TCC provides a rich 3D environment where professionals will learn and practice the skills crucial for troubleshooting control circuits in industrial settings such as manufacturing production lines, petrochemical facilities, and the utilities and mining sectors.
In this simulation, your professionals will continue performing and perfecting the essential troubleshooting skills of using the multimeter to take voltage, resistance, and current measurements on a control circuit
Replace or repair
Optimize your maintenance efforts! Your professionals will learn to work smarter by identifying a defective component and replacing only when necessary
Work with wires
Understanding wiring is key to diagnosing control circuit faults. This simulation will continue to reinforce how to disconnect, trace, and replace faulty wires in an electrical door lock control
Simulations assess the user’s skill levels and customize the program, so the user is progressively challenged.
Immediate and relevant feedback
Relevant feedback and individual scoring will let your professionals know where they stand, what they’ve mastered, and what they still need to work on, customizing the overall learning experience and making it more efficient.
Many of the features that make gaming, so appealing are built into Simutech’s simulations, such as scoring, instant feedback, and progressive levels of difficulty.
Employees gain hands-on experience solving realistic electrical faults common in industrial machinery, preparing them for real world troubleshooting.
Better learning experience
When the learning environment is enjoyable, the level of engagement is higher, leading to increased knowledge retention.
Our simulations generate, track, analyze, and report on valuable training data that can be used to improve your team’s performance, or for employee assessment.
The point system for scoring troubleshooting performance has proven effective in helping learners measure their success and achievements.
Freedom to fail
Failure is an essential part of learning; Simutech’s realistic simulations allow for experimentation and trial and error, giving users the freedom to learn from their mistakes safely.