Toyotetsu America Incorporated (TTAI) was established in 1995 as a subsidiary of the global automotive parts supplier Toyoda Iron Works based in Toyota, Japan...
The Standard in Cost-Effective Simulation for Training Heavy Equipment Operators
Developed in collaboration with leading training professionals, OEMs, and owner/operators, Simlog’s Personal Simulators have been delivering cost-effective heavy equipment operator training to education and industry since 1999.
Today we are the pioneer and global standard in cost-effective training in forestry, mining, construction, and material handling.
E-Commerce is driving tremendous growth in Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics, with the nation’s largest retail distribution centers continuing to expand. Simulator-based operator training for sit-down forklifts and stand-up reach lift trucks can accelerate students into the highest paid hourly wage jobs in the entire supply-chain.
County vocational schools in New Jersey have teamed-up with business leaders and industry associations to create a skilled workforce. Ocean County VTS's Heavy Equipment Operator (HEO) program combines a strong advisory relationship with local heavy highway construction and paving contractors, along with sponsorship by a sister school district (Hunterdon County VTS).
The Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) CTE Programs and Re-entry team has deployed simulator-based training at seven FDC facilities and at one of Florida's state colleges. The deployment includes 5 Heavy Equipment Operations (HEO) labs and 3 Logistics labs using training simulators from Simlog that feature instructional designs aligned with standardized industry training curricula. With the HEO programs now in their second year, FDC will share key success factors and first-hand observations about the use of simulation with standardized curriculum from NCCER.
In 1971, the State of California’s Department of Water Resources (DWR) developed an Apprentice Program for Hydroelectric Operators...