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Gurdon High School trains students for the Timber Industry
The logging and timber industry is one of the most important in the area. Gurdon High School is training students for the workforce with Cat® Simulators.
Arcade-Like Simulator Teaches PG&E Employees How to Safely Operate Heavy Equipment
At PG&E’s training center, the utility company is teaching employees how to use heavy equipment before they get in the field. The military uses simulators to train heavy equipment operators, and now PG&E is doing the same thing with Cat® Simulators.
Tri-Rivers Career Center Students Use Cat® Simulators
Jim Rittler, Ag and Industrial Power Technology Instructor at Tri-Rivers Career Center, has been teaching for the past 20 years. He discusses how Cat® Simulators has impacted training and educating today’s skilled graduates.
Dexter Construction & Mining Use Cat® Simulators
Find out how Dexter Construction Company LTD. & Dexter Mining Inc. are using Cat Simulators in their operator training program. Discover the advantages of using Cat® Simulators to reduce costs, train more operators and increase production.
Pittsburg State University Students Use Cat® Simulators
Students in the Pittsburg State University Construction Management Program use Cat Simulators as part of their curriculum. Find out more about the program and how they’ve integrated simulator training for success.
Why Unions Train with Cat® Simulators
Learn why unions are training heavy equipment operators using Cat® Simulators Systems.
MRCC Students Train with Cat® Simulators
Students at Mesabi Range Community & Technical College demonstrate their skills on the medium hydraulic excavator and m-series motor grader simulator systems.
Northwest Iowa College Students Train with Cat® Simulators
Watch the students at Northwest Iowa Community College as they train with Cat Simulators. The heavy equipment program was recently expanded to include virtual training. Students share the benefits.