LANDER SIMULATION LAUNCHES E-Lau THAT TRIES TO RESPOND TO MANY OF THE CHALLENGES THAT DIGITAL TRAINING HAS POSED IN RECENT YEARS.
The term e-learning was used for the first time by the education expert Elliott Masie, in a conference he offered in 1999. The term means Electronic Learning, and today, it is undoubtedly a widely used training modality worldwide. Above all, because it offers great advantages for the current operations of companies: greater accessibility of training, flexibility and cost savings.
However, these benefits are joined by numerous challenges that not all e-learning systems have been able to solve successfully. This is where the new E-Lau tool comes into play. Although e-learning has been on everyone’s lips for years, it is now in 2022 when LANDER SIMULATION launches a tool that tries to respond to many of the challenges that this type of digital training has posed in recent years.
The E-lau allows railway professionals to train beyond driving simulators. There are many railway concepts and protocols that can be learned and practiced in this tool, especially those related to trains, perfectly complementing traditional theoretical methods in the classroom, and allowing train protocols to be practiced without using the driving simulator.
The E-Lau is easily customizable for each client, offers highly interactive content and will allow users to learn concepts from any location, connected to the Internet. As with the simulators, there is nothing better than verifying in the first person that the E-Lau is indeed coming to stay. Visit LANDER at stand 130, hall 4.2. in Innotrans and discover it.