Progressive learning for safe operations, crane productivity, and real operator skills
With the Boom Truck Crane Training Pack, operators learn the fundamentals of boom truck crane operation. Lift training exercises include record-and-playback features for after-action review, and programmable faults.
Exercises are designed to gradually build operator skill and confidence:
The Boom Truck Crane Training Pack gives trainers objective insight into operator performance and abilities. It measures operator performance metrics such as:
The Boom Truck Crane Simulator Training Pack provides the most realistic simulation-based training available. This includes:
The Boom Truck Crane Training Pack is a valid simulation for training Boom Truck and Truck Mounted Crane operators.
CM Labs’ Signal Person Training Station allows novice operators to train together to develop effective teamwork and communications.
While one trainee operates a crane on the Vortex simulator, another works cooperatively within the virtual jobsite, providing signals and guiding the operation through to successful completion via webcam and picture-in-picture display.
Vortex simulators are a rugged, flexible fit for classrooms of all sizes and budgets. With swappable controls and configurations ranging from the desktop to an immersive five-display simulator, they are built to run any of our training modules.
Our training packs are designed for deployment on the desktop Vortex Trainer or the full-immersion Vortex Advantage training simulators. They feature self-guiding, progressive learning programs, and best-of-class simulation, from cranes to excavators. With operator metrics captured at every step, they provide the most comprehensive simulator training available on the market.
With trainer resources that include an instructor operating station, classroom manager, and student database, we provide you with comprehensive tools for instructor-led training as well as trainee monitoring, scoring, and reporting.
All over the world, organisations of all sizes are using Vortex simulators to train safer, more efficient operators.