Simulation training solution uses leading-edge 3D game technologies and established instructional and learning methodologies to create immersive virtual environment. It enables learners to experience and learn from real- world challenges without incurring high risk and cost.
The assessments involve training scenarios which enables the learner to role-play and solve problems in a first-person or third-person perspective.
Customisation includes development of the environment and training scenarios based on your organisation's Standard Operating Procedure.
Simulation training solutions can be applied in various oil and gas training such as:Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
HSE simulation trainings are an ideal tool for Training Managers, HSE Managers, Health and Safety Officers, HSE Inspectors, Fire & Safety Officers, Offshore Health and Safety Managers, Safety Engineer to help them conduct courses for their team.
Operations & Maintenance
Simulations applied in operations and maintenance will deliver more effective learning in comparison to animated 3D model. Simulations in this area enable users to pull apart and put back together various components such as casing, casing cover and bearings for centrifugal pumps. Users are able to adjust the flow rate, pressure for test, HP or LP separators, and view the outcome of his decision.
Operations & Maintenance simulation training courses are ideal for young electrical, mechanical and process engineers, as it allows many trials and errors without causing any risks.
Our simulation training are developed to be SCORM 1.2 compliant and can be integrated into your corporate Learning Management System (LMS).
To see demos of our simulation training, click here to register for our Off-the-Shelf simulation training demo courses.
Our eLearning solutions delivers a more straight forward learning solution for clients who are more cost conscious. It is developed using a combination of 3D models and renderings stills/videos and 2D illustrations, audio and text.
Assessments include quizzes and scenario-based case studies.
ELearning can be applied in many oil and gas training such as:
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
HSE elearning solutions are an ideal tool for Training Managers, HSE Managers, Health and Safety Officers, HSE Inspectors, Fire & Safety Officers, Offshore Health and Safety Managers, Safety Engineer to help them conduct courses for their team.
Operations & Maintenance
Our elearning solutions are developed to be SCORM 1.2 compliant and can be integrated into your corporate Learning Management System (LMS).
To see demos of our elearning, click here to register for our Off-the-Shelf blended demo courses.
Training videos are suitable for organisations that conduct their training in a classroom-based environment. By utilizing 2D and 3D graphic animations, your training videos are able to illustrate scenarios that conventional video production are unable to do, such as fire, explosion or riskier scenarios. The production of training videos using this technology is also more cost effective in comparison to conventional methods.
Training videos that could be developed for your organisation includes:
If you don't find any of the subject matter you want in this list, please contact us to find out what we can develop.
1984: Bhopal Gas Tragedy - 16,000 people killed
1988: Piper Alpha Explosion in North Sea - 168 people killed, $3.4 billion
1989: Exxon Valdez Oil Spill – 250,000 sea animals and birds killed, $2.5 billion
1996: Puerto Rico Gas Explosion - 33 people killed
2001: Petrobas P36 Explosion - 10 killed, $515 million
2005: Texas BP Refinery Explosion - 15 people killed, 180 people injured
2010: Tesoro Corp's Anacortes, Washington refinery - 4 people killed
2010: Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill - 11 people killed, 17 people injured
The oil and gas industry is becoming more challenging, with increasingly perilous methods used in the modern production of deepwater offshore oil and unconventional gas. Its high- risk working environment nature makes health and safety training in this industry critical.
LEARNING TOOLS & CHALLENGES
The oil and gas industry have many types of learning tools that provide knowledge acquisition, such as lecture-based workshops, books, videos, animations, eLearning etc. These learning tools are good for obtaining information; however, they have very limited objective and subjective assessment.
The industry also conducts trainings which enable trainees to apply their knowledge and skills and provide them with assessment such as On-site trainings, table top simulations and use of simulation rooms. These 3 tools generally require more time, cost and numbers of participation commitment.
Because of this, many oil and gas organisations skip Step 2, which provides more practical skills application and assessment, and only use knowledge acquisition tools to train for real-life situations.
Figure 1 shows the learning tools that provide knowledge acquisition, application and assessment required for real-life situations.
As the new generation enters this industry's workforce, it becomes more and more important to continue evolving training strategies and plans to produce a range of talented skills in a person. The way the new generation learns and works may be quite different from the past generation. Modern youths are motivated through technology, and their social lifestyle demonstrates it quite clearly with constant mobile connectivity - from social networking sites like Facebook or Linkedin to multiplayer gaming activities with friends of similar interests all over the world.
With the widespread penetration of computer games in today’s generation, it is only natural for 3D game technology to be applied in education, enabling this digitally-connected generation to relate with the relevant learning materials more effectively. Known as simulation training, this innovative training tool is beginning to penetrate other mainstream industries - including the energy industry.
PetroSims™simulation training enables the oil and gas industry to resolve training challenges encountered, increasing learning performance and decreasing training cost.
How PetroSims™ helps you learn better
PetroSims™delivers a unique advantage over conventional learning tools. It provides the benefits of realistic scenarios without the real risks to the training environment. It also reinforces learning through the integration of advanced methodologies that promote high-level interactivity, real-time interaction, data- analysis, decision-making, case analysis, etc. to increase learner motivation and participation. Learning through simulation training requires active discovery, analysis, interpretation, problem solving, memory, and activities that result in the sort of extensive cognitive processing that deeply roots learning in a well- developed neural network.
PetroSims™has the potential of increasing learning performance by 30% and decreasing your overall training cost by 30%. Ultimately, we are focused on increasing this industry's operational efficiency through better learning technologies.
Our courses conform to SCORM 1.2, and can be integrated into an existing Learning Management System.