Andrich Training and Simulation Seminar at Westminster Conference Centre, London

Monday, October 11, 2010 - 8:00pm

A seminar primarily for those who have a professional interest intraining for the rail, road, maritime, medical, general aviation, power engineering, industrial, security and emergency response sectors

Andrich Training & Simulation Seminar

Low-cost and systematic approaches to training
Tuesday 12th October 2010 
Westminster Conference Centre 
1 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0ET

  Registration is open now - 20% Discount on Early Bird registrations until 12th September

Do you have a professional interest in training for rail, road, maritime, medical, general aviation, power engineering, offshore, industrial, security and emergency response, either as a user or a supplier of training? If so, take part in the first Andrich Training & Simulation Seminar (ATSS), which will address "Low Cost and Systematic Approaches to Training" and will be at Westminster Conference Centre, 1 Victoria Street, London on Tuesday 12th October 2010 . The seminar will provide a forum for conversations across industries on cost-effective training solutions and opportunities to hear and contribute to new ideas on low-cost skills training.

REGISTRATION & PRICES - Book now and save 20% (£160/€192)

SPONSOR or EXHIBIT - to this growing training sector

DINNER on Monday 11th October - with fellow training professional but limited numbers

This seminar will enable all users and suppliers of training solutions to meet and exchange ideas on low-cost approaches to using training and simulation technologies, and will have an emphasis on the following sectors:
  * Rail
  * Road
  * Maritime
  * General aviation
  * Medical
  * Power engineering
  * Offshore
  * Industrial
  * Security
  * Emergency response

The types of issues addressed by the seminar include:
Requirements: What training issues are not being addressed by current solutions? What is the  "wish list" for devices and solutions from training managers in these sectors? What are the opportunities in these sectors for low-cost devices & programs? What devices are being used at present and can they have an application in other sectors?

 What types of part task trainers, serious games and other lost-cost training solutions are available now? What are the upcoming, innovative training solutions and what developments are expected? Can these solutions be used in other sectors?
Systematic Approaches:   What is the rationale for using a systems approach to training? What are the types of systematic methods used? Can they can save money? Are some Training Needs Analysis tools miss-used and over complex?

Delegate fee is £160/€192 for registrations and payment before 12th September 2010- after that date the Delegate fee is £200/€240. All payments are subject to UK VAT. Registration is now open.

Register and pay online - £ sterling 

Register and pay online - € Euros


 Calling all companies supplying skills training products & services for rail, road, maritime, medical, general aviation, power engineering, offshore, industrial, security and emergency response!

 Exhibition space and sponsorship opportunities are available. To promote your products or services in these markets, please contact:
Jeremy Humphreys of Halldale Media 
Tel: +44 (0)1252 532009

The seminar team from Andrich & Halldale Media

For more information, go to:
or contact: Andrich International Ltd
10 Sambourne Road, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 8LJ, UK
email: Tel: +44 (0)1985 846181  Fax: +44 (0)1985 846163
Registered in the UK at the above address. Company No: 2111077


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