Racewood simulators are detailed and complex pieces of training equipment, as such they require specialist installation and training on their use
Racewood simulators require precise installation and setup to prevent damage and ensure correct functionality. Racewood recommend all simulator installations are supported by our trained engineers.
Incorrect installation by non-trained individuals may damage the simulator and invalidate the warranty
Installation may involve a Racewood engineer visiting your site to undertake the following steps: - Assemble the simulator - Fix the simulator to the floor - Ensure optimal electrical setup - Setup and test the simulator - Provide basic training on operation
Racewood simulators are complex training aids. In order to be used effectively they should be operated by an experienced instructor. Getting the best from the product requires the user to learn a multitude of different features and modes within the software. We can offer training on site at the time of installation, via video link or at our training centre here in the UK.
In addition to installation Racewood are able to offer specific training on the Eventing Simulator. Racewood’s trained instructor is experienced in teaching both real horses and using the simulator and will work with you in several key areas ensuring you feel confident from day 1 using and teaching with your simulator. - Demonstrate the full use of all the sensors and their benefit to teaching methods - Demonstrate the full capabilities of the dressage mode including instruction and arena mode - Demonstrate the full capabilities of the jumping mode including instruction and arena mode - Advanced use of simulator software - Additional ways to use the simulator - Provide a mock assessment lesson and follow up lesson with a ‘client’ - Provide mock scenarios for teaching and how to use the simulator to address a client’s needs.