*Note: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this event will be converted to a virtual live webinar.
Antycip and CM Labs, our expert partner in physics-based simulation, will be sharing insights and best practice in simulation-based training for the construction industry.
Drew Carruthers from CM Labs Simulation will talk about:
– Bridging the skills gap with the Edge Max Simulator
– Using technology and GPS Guidance systems
– Training & transferable operator skills with professional-grade simulation
Please join one of the two sessions:
We will be sending all registrants a confirmation email. If you are experiencing an issue when registering, please email email@example.com. We plan to host the full in-person unabridged event later this year, so please check back for updates.
Antycip and CM Labs, our expert partner in physics-based simulation, will be hosting an event in Oxfordshire to share insights and best practice in simulation-based training for the construction industry.
While the construction market is steadily growing, finding skilled crane and heavy equipment operators have proven to be increasingly difficult.
Investing in simulation-based training not only helps to fill employee and training gaps, but does so in a cost-effective, efficient, and safety-conscious way.
Register today to attend one of these added-value demo sessions.
Where: The Hub, ST Engineering Antycip UK Office & Demonstration Centre, Adderbury, Oxfordshire
When: Due to high attendance, this one day event will run on the 24th March and will be repeated the next day, on the 25th March, to accommodate everyone’s schedule.
In these daily sessions attendees will:
Meet and network with industry leaders
Learn about CM Labs Training solutions : Vortex Edge Plus, Advantage and Edge Max
Discover ways that CITB and other Antycip and CM Labs clients have cut costs by investing in Vortex® simulators
Have an opportunity to ask questions and have open conversations with CM Labs and Antycip
To register for the event, please fill in the form located on this page.
Jon Goodney is former Manager of Learning Technology at John Deere, where he led a diverse training development team of 20 (instructional design, development, delivery and IT infrastructure), and managed John Deere’s Learning Management System (SuccessFactors) as well as John Deere University with 280,000 users worldwide.
Christopher is Part of the CITB College leadership team and as Curriculum Manager has overall management of both the Construction and Plant curriculums. Chris has retained his Cpcs tester status and is qualified in instructing a range of plant categories. Christopher is qualified in Plant Management Safety Training Scheme and has numerous assessor qualifications, including those relating to a variety of instructional techniques. Christopher is also qualified to Level 4 in Conducting Internal Quality Assurance of the Assessment Process and holds the NEBOSH certificate in Construction.
Chris is employed as the CITB Programme Manager for the Plant curriculum and as such manages the department on a daily basis , Chris has retained his Cpcs tester status and is qualified in instructing a range of plant categories. Christopher is qualified in Plant Management Safety Training Scheme and has numerous assessor qualifications and holds the NEBOSH certificate in Construction. Much of Chris’s role involves offering information, advice and guidance to plant companies and individuals to find an effective solution to all training requirements.
Chris is currently employed as Deputy Head of Construction at the National Construction College. With his work, he enhances the Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction standards, through innovation and dedication.
Drew Carruthers is Director of Product Strategy, CM Labs Simulations, our expert partner in physics-based simulation. He leads strategic efforts and OEM relationships, and closely monitors technological trends in the construction industry.
|09:00 – 09:30||Arrival, Registration, Meet & Greet|
|09:30 – 10:00||Introduction|
|10:00 – 11:00||Guest speakers: Christopher Bushell & Chris Blake, CITB
CITB Experience With Simulation based Training
– Carbon footprint reduction by utilising simulators
|11:00-11:15 Coffee & Snack Break (15 minutes)|
|11:15 – 12:00||Guest speaker: Chris Carter-Rowlands, NOCN
– NOCN Group – Our role in the construction sector
|12:00 – 1:00 Lunch (will be provided)|
|13:00-14:00||Guest speaker: Jon Goodney, John Deere
Improving operator training & productivity with simulation technology
|14:00-14:15 Coffee & Snack Break (15 minutes)|
|14:15 -15:15||Guest speaker: Drew Carruthers, CM Labs Simulation
The future of productive equipment operations
|15:15 – 17h00 Product demonstrations and networking|
• Vortex Edge Plus is a desktop simulation package, which is highly adaptable for different locations and classroom layouts. Using this package, users can train pretty much anywhere.
• Vortex Edge Max is an entry-level, stripped-down design of motion simulator, designed to give vocational centres excellent simulation capability for complete heavy equipment operator (HEO) training.
• Vortex Advantage is a scalable, immersive, all-in-one operator training simulator with one, three, or five screens to fit your training programs.
ST Engineering Antycip,
Twyford Mill Estate