L-3 WESCAM Expands MXTM-Series eLearning Course to Include Additional EO/IR Turret Models
L-3 WESCAM announced today that its eLearning training program, designed for operators and maintainers of MXTM-Series EO/IR imaging turrets, now includes courses on MX-10 and MX-20 turret models.
“We are happy to expand our eLearning curriculum to include courses on our MX-10 and MX-20 imaging products,” said Rod Till, vice president of customer service for L-3 WESCAM. “The customer feedback we received on content and pricing from our MX-15 course was exceptional, and in turn has helped us to create these courses, which are completely aligned with customer expectations.”
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Similar to the MX-15 training course, the MX-10 and MX-20 eLearning courses were designed to teach the detailed operation and maintenance skills required to maximize system performance. The courses cover theory, operations and maintenance topics in an interactive, scenario-based format. Specific system operations and maintenance tasks can be accessed quickly, making each course a powerful reference tool in the field. An investment in L-3 WESCAM’s eLearning programs provides an estimated 70 percent cost savings over traditional in-class courses.
All of L-3 WESCAM’s eLearning courses are geared toward those new to operating and maintaining MX-Series turrets, and for experienced personnel requiring refresher training. Modular in design, each course takes an estimated 12 hours to complete and includes modules with knowledge checks that allow students to apply the newly acquired information. The courses are available in both stand-alone and Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) formats, ensuring easy integration into most learning management systems (LMS). At the end of each course, a completion certificate is supplied. A sample eLearning module can be requested by accessing: www.wescam.com/cs/training/elearning.
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