Teach the in-demand skill of electrical troubleshooting

Today’s workplace demands highly trained workers to maintain and troubleshoot industrial equipment. With our simulation based training system, you can now provide a safe and hands on environment for students to develop and maintain their troubleshooting skills.

Improve your curriculum with the Troubleshooting Skills Training System™


Respond to Local Industry

There is a demand to improve troubleshooting training and have the skills more closely linked to real world performance.

Provide Better Job Opportunities

Ensure your students have a leg up on other graduates competing for the same position—the art of troubleshooting will make your grads stand out and get hired more quickly.


Improve Reputation

The better qualified your graduating students are, the more you increase the reputation of your course and your school.


“The programs are robust, dynamic, well sequenced, and have thorough tutorials and an intuitive interface. Incorporation of these valuable troubleshooting tools into our curriculum is making a major contribution to the quality of our instruction in developing these troubleshooting competencies successfully.”

Marilyn C.

Director of Education, WECA

A complete solution for your students’ troubleshooting skills development

Improve and Diversify Your Curriculum

Provide a fun, engaging environment where students can develop their skills in total safety while getting the hands on practice to become proficient in troubleshooting all types of electrical equipment.

Easy to Implement and Cost Effective

A realistic software simulation that offers a safe troubleshooting skills development method. Set up in minutes, this programs evaluates the performance and skill of each student that is easily tracked by instructors.

Track Student Progress and Results

Designed as a teaching aid, the Simutech Course Manager (SCM) easily tracks the progress of each student and evaluates their skills. It includes tools to help instructors manage and evaluate students and it evaluates students separately, not in groups.

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