TrainID BV i.o.
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MANAGEMENT & SALES
Do you learn everything out of a book?
Turn key solutions for your training and training site
Management support & sales
Our team is at your disposal. We have engineers with a 20 year experience with life fire training units both gas and liquid. We have sales managers with over 15 years of experience in the sale of training for commercial training sites and interim managers or coaches for management who have actually managed commercial training site in both Europe and North America. This team will assist your organization to put your site on the international map
Training your instructors
TrainID is specialized in Train-the-Trainer programs.
The courses we developed are aimed at the emergency response Instructor. Some skills need to be retrained and drilled. The same is true for teaching techniques. Instructors do what they like best and fall into a certain method. But perhaps there are new methods available, new insights, psychology to use?
We make it our job to be informed about the latest techniques and methods. Our classes our full of new insights such as (but not limited to) NLP, Story Telling, Mind Mapping, use of Smart Boards intelligently, use of Tablets and presentation techniques.
ARFF Training and Support
In short: The new regulations for EASA in 2017 are perhaps unclear or you can use some assistance in this matter. We provide a specialist with an ARFF background that understand this new regulation well. Not only can we support your organization we also can offer you (pre-)Audits and training. Check-out our workshop/training for Fire Chiefs and Officers. In this workshop we visit Boeing in the USA and do actual training with kerosene and perform a workshop on planning and tactics with former Fire Chiefs who dealt with real ARFF incidents.
Designing your training tools & curriculum
Designing a training facility is no architectural job. It requires a thorough understanding of what is needed in the fire department and a facility must be designed as a tool, serving the learning objectives.
Knowing what is available in the world of life fire training and be able to train the instructors with the tool is an added benefit.
Curriculum development is a logical result.
It is an established fact that driving simulators, during novice driver training, may greatly enhance safe driving: a large scale study, performed in the US, see this link (R. Wade Allen, George D. Park, Marcia L. Cook, Dary Fiorentino, 2007), has shown that when a good driving simulator is used, accident rate during the two year period after getting the license, is reduced to 34% of the national average accident rate of novice drivers: simulators can definitely improve driver training and result in safer drivers. Since teen accident rates are about 5 times higher than mature drivers, the application of simulators in driver training should be seriously considered.