SIMETRI enhances customer training programs with Front End Analysis, Training System Analysis, Job Duty Task Analysis, and Media Analysis as the foundation for developing Learning Objectives and Training materials.
For the U.S. Army, SIMETRI’s subject matter expert instructors analyze program training materials and learner feedback to continuously iterate classroom and field simulation training content and exercises.
SIMETRI staff have experience in creating and implementing aviation training syllabi to include training and check flights, simulators, instructor-taught classroom lessons, and computer-based lessons.
SIMETRI staff developed flight and weapons training for Maritime Strike Helicopter MH-60R pilots and air crewmen, including international variations, and instructional training for the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System onboard a U.S. aircraft carrier.
SIMETRI has advanced medical curriculum and training device design and manufacturing expertise, essential not only to assisting in tracking proposed changes to an evolving medical curriculum, but also to ensuring that the personnel assigned as instructors understand the changes and can implement them correctly into the training environment.
SIMETRI provides instructional services and curriculum development in support of the Army Medical Department Center and School at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, to perform instruction, curriculum review and evaluation, coordination, and execution of Tactical Combat Medical Care training.
SIMETRI conducts training effectiveness evaluations and usability studies—as part of the development cycle—to ensure that critical skills are being developed and retained by students. Technology is used to collect usability data to determine if students meet critical training objectives, coordinating with an Institutional Review Board when appropriate.
Working with Subject Matter Experts throughout the development lifecycle of the Humeral Head Intraosseous Insertion trainer, SIMETRI conducted multiple usability studies to ensure the trainer not only reflected the subject of the tasks being trained, but was effective in training civilian first responders and DoD medics.
SIMETRI performs in silico and in vitro chemistry research for customers and internally through a robust pipeline of talent and existing relationships in the academic and scientific communities.
SIMETRI provides services to develop, conduct, and execute analytical and computational chemistry research as well as analyze, collect, and report data in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. SIMETRI provides analytical expertise in understanding the properties and behavior of Army relevant materials by examining water, sediments, and tissue using methods and techniques with state-of-the-art lab instrumentation.
SIMETRI continuously recruits, hires, supplies, and manages technical, engineering, and scientific staff for research and development projects and internal projects as we grow. SIMETRI understands the importance of keeping employees on projects through completion, and has been very successful in creating an environment that employees enjoy, while also providing compensation packages that treat employees fairly and incentivize them to stay.
SIMETRI supplies technical staff at government sites to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School.