Simutech Training System
Learning Management System
Suitable for all
New adaptive learning features will assess users’ skill levels and customize the program to the individual’s performance during simulations.
Up to date
The Simutech Training System is accessible by browser, with the following minimum system requirements: Windows 10; i5 with U620 Intel graphics; 8GB RAM; 1366 x 768 display; Chrome, Firefox or new Microsoft Edge with Chrome; 5Mbps down, 1Mbps up reliable continuous internet; Internet ping times of < 50 ms.
being completely immersed is the most effective way to learn a skill.
your employees will gain all the experience they need to make the right decisions, quickly and confidently.
animations allow concepts and ideas to be more easily verified, communicated, and understood.
Simutech Multimedia’s highly detailed simulations accurately replicate real problems.
saves money and time
computer simulations are far more cost-effective than physical simulators.
simulations are a realistic yet completely safe way to learn a high-risk skill, such as troubleshooting electrical systems.
Who uses Simutech?
“We at Domtar have multiple machines for cutting paper, all are pretty elaborate electrically. Your program has given my employees a much better understanding of what it takes to troubleshoot a problem and has reduced downtime as a result. The fact that they can use the program at their leisure keeps them sharp for when the skill is actually needed. This program has been worth its weight in gold.”
“The benefits were seen immediately… An apprentice who completed the training was able to quickly find and clear a ground in a circuit that had been broken for two days. This was after numerous unsuccessful attempts by a “qualified” craftsman without the software training. We are now in the process of scheduling all of our technicians for this training on a recurring basis.”
“The software is working out great. It’s worth making sure that our new maintenance people go through the programs and now it’s going to be a mandatory part of their training. I’ve seen the difference in the few people I’ve run through. The more practice I can get these new troubleshooters the better.”