8 09, 2017

Simformotion™ LLC Announces Cat® Simulators 2017-2018 Scholarship Winner

September 8th, 2017|Categories: News, Press Releases, Scholarship|Tags: , |

Peoria, IL, August 2017—Simformotion™ LLC – a leader in heavy equipment simulator development – is pleased to announce that Jacob Nohai, New York, has been awarded the 2017-2018 Cat® Simulators Scholarship. He will receive $2,000 to support his pursuit of a heavy equipment-related career. Applications were accepted from students enrolled

24 08, 2016

Simulators Bring Cost Savings and Enriched Training to Utah State University

August 24th, 2016|Categories: News|

Utah State University instructor and 20-year heavy equipment industry veteran, Kyle McArthur, wanted to decrease program costs and improve training effectiveness. The addition of a Cat® Hydraulic Excavator Simulator System to the Heavy Equipment and Trucking program at the university’s eastern campus in Price, Utah, has resulted in both. Prior

20 04, 2016

Heavy Equipment Operators in the Workforce

April 20th, 2016|Categories: News|

The outlook is bright for future employment as a heavy equipment operator. Opportunity abounds in the field with new construction projects on the rise and the retirement of many seasoned operators within the next few years.

11 04, 2016

How Aecon Mining Trains Operators with Cat® Simulators

April 11th, 2016|Categories: Articles, News|

Danny Turner is the Training and Development Coordinator at Aecon Mining in Alberta, Canada. He has worked in construction for 40 years, operating everything from the small dozers and excavators to the large hydraulic shovels found at massive mining operations. During the last 5 years in his role as Training

7 04, 2016

How Aecon Mining Trains Operators with Cat® Simulators

April 7th, 2016|Categories: News|

Danny Turner is the Training and Development Coordinator at Aecon Mining in Alberta, Canada. He has worked in construction for 40 years, operating everything from the small dozers and excavators to the large hydraulic shovels found at massive mining operations. During the last 5 Years in his role as Training

7 04, 2016

Simulators Bring Cost Savings and Enriched Training to Utah State University

April 7th, 2016|Categories: News|

Utah State University instructor and 20-year heavy equipment industry veteran, Kyle McArthur, wanted to decrease program costs and improve training effectiveness. The addition of a Cat® Hydraulic Excavator Simulator System to the Heavy Equipment and Trucking program at the university’s eastern campus in Price, Utah, has resulted in both. Prior

29 03, 2016

How Tri-Rivers Career Center Uses Cat® Simulators in its Ag and Industrial Power Technology Program

March 29th, 2016|Categories: News|

Jim Rittler, Ag and Industrial Power Technology Instructor at Tri-Rivers Career Center, has been teaching for the past 20 years. The need for educating skilled graduates has not changed at the career center. However, the training tools have changed—with the implementation of Cat® Simulators. Tri-Rivers Career Center provides career skills

7 03, 2016

Elko business teaches MSHA training for more than two decades

March 7th, 2016|Categories: News|

Safety First Training & Consulting Services, an Elko, NV based company committed to mine safety, recently acquired two Cat® Simulators to integrate into its training program. By using the simulators, the company can help their customers meet training requirements enforced by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) and create

11 02, 2016

Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology Integrates Cat® Simulators Into Curriculum

February 11th, 2016|Categories: News|

Read how the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology (CPI) has integrated Cat® Simulators into their curriculum. Read the Original Article Here

14 12, 2015

Arizona Dept. of Transportation Trains with Cat® Simulators

December 14th, 2015|Categories: News|

Heavy-equipment operators get new kind of training Wednesday, July 8, 2015 by Angela DeWelles For most of us, learning to drive involved figuring out the rules of the road, mastering some street skills and becoming familiar with our vehicles… It probably didn’t include lessons in blade angle, joystick control, tire