Case Study: Bringing Radiation Training to Life

Reflecting on how simulator technology has reshaped instruction in the U.S. and over the 41 years Michael R. Robinson served as a U.S. Army Chemical Officer

Mike Robinson

Increasingly, many instructors are turning to simulation and simulator training to help create realistic hands-on radiological scenarios that truly test their trainees’ skills and knowledge.

In this case study, Mike Robinson shares the impact that training with simulated detectors and computer simulation has had on the quality, delivery, and learning outcomes of radiological instruction at the Edwin R. Bradley Radiological Laboratories (EBRL).

Download this case study to learn:

  • The impact simulators can have on your training program 
  • How Argon's simulators have enhanced U.S. Military radiation training
  • Advice on introducing simulators to your training
  • And more...

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Bringing your Radiation Training to Life