If you are making the move from traditional ‘push’ training to ‘pull’ learning, you need the latest in a range of learning technologies to make it achievable.


CAD-authored schematics for use in training, maintenance and reporting.

Enhance practical training, troubleshooting and reporting through the use of three dimensional schematic diagrams. Help identify maintenance issues and improve incident reporting through the use of templates that allow operators and maintenance personnel to visually record faults and checks.

3D schematics can also assist in training. New employee orientations can be enhanced with participants gaining a better understanding of the real-world application of processes and procedures. 3D schematics can be a useful component to training and induction, as well as an ongoing reference tool for maintenance, sales and support personnel.


 3D training is no longer out of the reach for those unable to invest in a multi-million dollar simulator. 

The contextualised training experience that can only be achieved through 3-dimensional virtual environments, is no longer the inaccessible training strategy it once was.

Using rapid development technologies, realistic 3D experiences can be created in days, not months. The associated cost savings finally makes this medium a viable training solution to a wider range of businesses and personnel than ever before.

3D simulations can be streamed over the internet, making it possible to deliver training as part of an induction process. Have your personnel walk an evacuation route, perform maintenace and work in confined spaces all within the safety of a training simulation. Participants, see, hear and interact with their virtual environment in similar fashion to that of a real work situation, making the gap between ‘training experience’ and ‘real world experience’ narrower than ever before.

Used as part of a blended approach to training delivery, video can be a cost-effective and powerful tool for capturing your audiences’ attention. 

Video can entertain, contextualise, and make memorable training that would otherwise appear lifeless. But there are pitfalls to its use. Training videos can date quickly, be expensive to update, and trivialise otherwise serious subject matter through poor acting and production values.  To avoid these pitfalls, video scripts and production must be carried out by those who experienced in not only the medium, but also in training delivery. At ETRAIN Consulting, we have industry professionals with years of experience in both. We know what works delivered as video, what doesn’t and what methods will make best use of your budget, not only for now, but also for the foreseeable future.

Take the confusion out of your Standard Operating Procedures by using ETRAIN’s visual work instructions.

ETRAIN’s visual work instructions use renders of actual 3D objects, environments and equipment.  The models themselves are also used in our subscription-based and custom-developed training simulations, bridging the gap between training and the workplace.

Easily modified to accurately depict the equipment used in your workplace, ETRAIN’s visual work instructions are easy to use and make safe work practices, easier to implement.

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ETRAIN Interactive Australia

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5000 South Australia

Tel: +61 8 8121 5605



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