Engineering training for petrochemical industry, based on simulators, can be integrated into a quick and simple way in your traditional training methods. When used as a tool for self-training, operators can explore, solve problems and gain familiarity with equipment from different industries such as refineries, in the production of chemicals and pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, desalination plants, electric plants, oil and gas production, fertilizers production, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and pipeline pumping stations, among others.


Simulators complement and reinforce the traditional training method in classrooms, workbooks, video and job training. For example, in a classroom environment with simulators, you could project large images on a screen, in order to demonstrate safe operational procedures and promote discussion group interactively.

The standard programs simulators are used very successfully to reinforce the safe operational procedures among experienced operators. Emergency response exercises, shutdown, starting and other situations that occur infrequently, can lead to a supremely valuable learning experience.


With engineering simulators for the petrochemical industry integrated into your curriculum, operators practice what they learn in each step of your workout. This leads to improved memory retention, leading to more efficient and safe industrial operations. Quick decisions that can prevent a potential failure, based on the experience acquired in the simulator. With the training based on simulators, operators are witnessing improvement in the first instance of its performance. They immediately earn their self-recognition and a level of confidence which is very beneficial for them.

All simulators are available in English and Spanish to increase multilanguage technical capabilities of the students.