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Training seminar primarily for the rail, road, maritime, medical, general aviation, power engineering, offshore, utilities, industrial, security & emergency response sectors

training solutions for:

4th t3

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Andrich International Ltd

10 Sambourne Road


Wiltshire BA12 8LJ


Tel: +44 (0)1985 846181


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Training Trends & Technology

2014 - details to follow


See 4th t3 PROGRAMME of 8th October 2013.

Training Trends &

Technology (t3)

professional seminars and networking activities for the training & simulation community.


Training, Education & Simulation History

This seminar is supported by UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and is organised by Andrich International Ltd and Halldale Group.

Andrich, founded in 1987 by Richard Curtis who had been in the T&S industry for the previous seven years, was the main creator of ITEC and the European Training & Simulation Association (ETSA); and has organised more than 40 training & simulation conferences/seminars worldwide.

Halldale is the world’s only publisher and conference organiser which is 100% focused on simulation for  training. Halldale is committed to help the modelling, simulation and training industry grow, while helping its user communities better understand simulation technologies and training techniques to increase productivity and improve safety. Halldale publishes three global magazines: CAT (Civil Aviation Training), MS&T (Military Simulation & Training) and MEdSim which advances education and training in the healthcare sector to improve patient safety. Halldale is also behind the three biggest annual conferences on aviation industry training: WATS (America), EATS (Europe) and APATS (Asia Pacific).

4th Low-cost Training Trends & Technology (4th t3)

was on

Tuesday 8th October 2013

Westminster Conference Centre at 1 Victoria Street, London

t3s are supported by UKTI and promote an exchange of ideas between users of training technology from different sectors & industries and training & simulation solution providers; open up new markets; and provide an opportunity to network and build relationships between training professionals. At a time of budgetary austerity when training has to be even more cost-effective than previously, t3 is concentrating on training products and solutions that are low-cost to the user and are applicable, either as they are or suitably modified, for as wide a range of sectors/industries/markets as possible.