Tel Aviv, Israel. (July 2020) – Extreme Simulations is proud to announce it has won a leading Ministry of Defense tender to become the official and exclusive medical simulation provider for all the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) for the next four years. Extreme Simulations has just announced the collaboration with the IDF, highlighting that its […]
In a prior article on realistic extreme training, “Why is it important to train in understanding the story of an event?”, we discussed the importance of training your team in understanding the story of the event. In the following article, we will discuss the actions that need to be undertaken once you understand what is […]
We often invest a lot of resources into our training, but forget about measuring training efficiency: monitoring quantitative and qualitative measurements and tracking once the training exercises are over. Measuring training efficiency: why is it important? Correct measurements of your training results can show you exactly where you need to improve, as well as the […]
Nothing compares to a good story. Whether we are talking about children’s bedtime stories, fun stories that you tell your friends or… stories that explain extreme events and put things into perspective. As humans, we live to tell stories. When we make a decision, we base it upon a scenario – which is basically a […]
We think that we control our brain, but the truth is, it does what it wants. This is why mind training techniques are vital for your success during an extreme incident. Your brain has been designed by thousands of generations of human existence to prioritize survival. For example, you might have to go through a […]
Fact: one of the most difficult effects to achieve during the simulation of a real-life event is the mental challenge. Why? The mental challenge is the result of several factors, combined: The way in which we experience the incident – this is the largest “surprise” factor and it might include feelings of guilt towards possible […]
Attention: Experience in dealing with routine incidents does not prepare you for an extreme incident! As a first responder, you train for extreme incidents your entire professional life. Yet, when you experience it for the first time, it’s beyond anything you learned.