Webinar: Industrial Training in The Age of Automation
Maximizing workforce performance and training ROI across the plant lifecycle
Secure your complimentary pass to the 'Industrial Training in the Age of Automation' webinar for key insight on how you can improve safety, reduce downtime, maximize production, and reduce human error.Register
Secure your complimentary pass to the 'Industrial Training in the Age of Automation' webinar for fresh insight on how you can improve safety, reduce downtime, maximize production, and reduce human error. And, get a look at how the cloud can slash the total cost of the training program by up to 50%. With lower costs and better performance, this approach dramatically raises training ROI.
People are at the heart of every industrial operation. Companies already spend substantial time and money on training, but few get the return on investment they deserve.
Combing the latest technologies with sound instructional design in an integrated approach to deliver competency-based experiential learning ensures operators perform better in less time. Traditional classroom training has little ability to drive sustained results. Unlike “one-and-done” training programs, a lifecycle approach takes users through the complete learning cycle – Learn, Practice, Assess, and Reinforce.
Register now for live & on-demand access. Don't miss key insights on:
- The common pitfalls of developing and implementing industrial training programs
- Improving safety and production with training that actually works
- Getting the most out of your training investment across the plant lifecycle
MEET THE SPEAKER:
Coral Siminovich Portfolio Strategy and Product Management - AVEVA
Coral Siminovich leads Portfolio Strategy and Product Management for AVEVA Unified Learning, where she works to create experiential learning software and solutions that help industrial organizations drive operational excellence. Before joining AVEVA, Coral was a member of the Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Leadership Team at SNC-Lavalin, where she was responsible for overseeing the strategy and implementation of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) management systems. Her portfolio covered more than 1,400 employees across North America, North Africa and Asia-Pacific, at some of the largest P3 and major infrastructure sites in Canada. She also served as the Product Manager and Engineering Team Lead for SNC-Lavalin’s Training and Simulation division, where she worked with and helped develop several cutting-edge technologies and products for the training of O&M personnel. Earlier in her career, Coral worked as a Project Engineer at Honeywell Canada, where she was responsible for developing and delivering dynamic process simulators for several industrial processes and control systems worldwide. Coral holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from McGill University and is a member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec.
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