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Whether you have a classroom full of students; or you need to teach heavy equipment operators techniques that increase production, improve safety or break bad habits, Cat® Simulators is the answer.

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Simulator Training Builds a Skilled Worker Pipeline

As industries like mining and construction return to growth and as current operators move closer to retirement, the need for qualified workers increases. Simulator training offers a viable option for building and maintaining a pipeline of skilled employees while increasing production and reducing costs.

With state-of-the-art technology, the newly released Large Wheel Loader Simulator System creates a realistic training experience that helps build a highly-skilled workforce.

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Simformotion™ LLC Announces 2017-2018 Scholarship Opportunity

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