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Overview of CTE Simulations

ARM Simplified

This is a simulation experience in the field of robotics where the user is tasked with putting a robot into maintenance mode and ensuring proper safety procedures are followed before allowing a coworker to work on it. The simulation presents the user with prompts to press buttons, turn off power, and use locks to ensure proper safety measures are taken. The simulation branches off depending on whether the user ignores safety prompts or follows the lockout tagout procedures.

Fire Extinguisher Training

Simulation teaches users about different fire extinguisher kinds and how to utilize them. What kind of fire extinguisher should be used in what kind of fire-causing area, By putting out a fire in the kitchen with a fire extinguisher that is filled with chemical agents, we will first practice using fire extinguishers. Here are three more fire extinguishers that could be handy; each one contains three different sorts of chemical substances, including water, foam, and CO2. To put out a certain type of fire that might start in an area including electronics, electrical equipment, wood, paper, flammable oil, etc. We need to use a specific type of fire extinguisher.

Blood pressure

The learner is in a virtual Medical Room with a patient on a bed and necessary equipment, including a blood pressure cuff and a stethoscope. The learner can use a tablet to access the patient's history and gather relevant information. Before beginning the procedure, the learner introduces themselves and explains the blood pressure checking procedure to the patient. The learner then performs hand hygiene, asks the patient to introduce themselves, and confirms their readiness to proceed. The learner places the cuff and stethoscope on the patient and inflates the cuff to take the blood pressure reading. The learner notes the first and last sounds heard while the cuff is deflating and removes the cuff and stethoscope. Finally, the learner answers any patient questions and ensures the patient is comfortable and informed about their blood pressure reading.

Pill counting

Pill counting is a step-by-step simulation designed to teach pharmacy technicians the proper process for dispensing pills. The user is prompted to use a spatula and medical tray to avoid touching the pills with their hands. The simulation guides the user through each step, such as opening a pill bottle, dispensing pills onto the tray, counting a specific number of pills, and returning the pills to the bottle. The user receives feedback throughout the simulation, and if they make a mistake, they are given a chance to try again. The simulation concludes with a message that the experience will reset, allowing the user to repeat the simulation or try another one. Overall, pill counting is an interactive and engaging way for pharmacy technicians to learn and practice pill dispensing skills.

Make a pizza

The learner is inside a professional kitchen with a modern state-of-the-art Kitchen set up. The learner has access to all the required ingredients and kitchen equipment to bake a pizza. The kitchen also has a poster describing the portion and quantity of the ingredients to be used in the pizza-making process. The learner starts by preparing the dough. The learner pours the flour, oil, sugar, salt, water, and active yeast into a large mixing bowl to prepare the dough. The contents are then transferred to a mixer bowl and placed under an automatic mixer to give it a nice mix. The dough is then rested to let it rise. Meanwhile, the pizza oven is preheated. After the dough rises considerably, the learner takes the dough and flattens it out on the kitchen counter using his/her hands. The learner then proceeds to add the tomato sauce, cheese, and sauteed toppings to the flattened dough and sets it inside the pizza oven to bake it. After a few seconds, the pizza is ready.

Bake a cake

The learner is in a virtual kitchen space with all the ingredients and kitchen equipment to bake a cake. Simulation teaches learners about baking a cake. Cakes are baked from a batter. Batter is made by mixing wet ingredients like milk ,egg ,butter, oil and vanilla extract with dry ingredients like sugar ,salt ,flour and baking powder. Now the dry and wet ingredients are combined together with the use of an automatic mixer to make a batter. The batter is baked in an oven which was preheated with 280F. The cake will be decorated with chocolate frosting.