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Roundtable: Simulation as a Training Tool in Industry Sue Leveritt – SMI-MISHC, The University of Queensland Anjum Naweed – Appleton Institute, Central.

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1 Roundtable: Simulation as a Training Tool in Industry Sue Leveritt – SMI-MISHC, The University of Queensland Anjum Naweed – Appleton Institute, Central Queensland University

2 Roundtable Purpose Priority issues emerging from analysis of information gathered today will be reported to Simulation Australia to inform the development of competencies for simulation design and simulation professionals. Learning & Development/Human Factors Division The L&D/HF Division provides advice to the Board of Directors through activities such as the series of Roundtables being conducted at SimTecT 2013.

3 Roundtable format: World Café 4 key questions – strict time limits Table captain – capture input & stay at table Others – sit at different table for each question Final 20 mins – summarise & identify priority issues Contact details for reports/publications

4 A platform for engaging in learning & problem solving

5 Rail examples

6 Q1 Why did you choose simulation as a platform for learning? Procurement Training Skilling

7 Q2 What was your involvement in the design process? Simulation Content Other stakeholders Early specification Concept Prototype Development Modification Commissioning Review

8 Q3 Did the simulation meet your expectations? Learning outcomes Fidelity Usability Level of engagement

9 Q4 Does simulation fit your future needs? What would you change? What would you NOT change? List 3 priorities for simulation design and simulation professionals

10 Thanks Sue Leveritt Anjum Naweed


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