Fully Involved Online™ delivers military class training and simulation to the fire service
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Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) October 20, 2009 -
Compelling Technologies, Inc], America's leading provider of safety-themed interactive products and services and originator of the acclaimed FullyInvolved™ firefighter training simulation, has announced a new release of the product and a companion website; http://www.fullyinvolvedonline.com.
In partnership with the Western Fire Chiefs' Association and funding from the Fire Prevention and Safety Grant program, CTI has launched a site for this acclaimed serious game that develops decision making skills for Incident Commanders at the scene of a residential fire. This critical learning tool can now be downloaded from the site. A free 45 day trial is available and the product remains priced at $49.95. The new version enables training officers to evaluate individual and departmental strengths and weaknesses in certain skill areas with the comprehensive reporting tool.
"Fully Involved Online™ delivers military class training and simulation to the fire service," said Rob Carnahan, CTI Chairman and Senior VP, Strategic Alliances. "CTI is committed to bringing best practices in safety training and education and deliver customized products and services to the emergency services community. Fully Involved Online™ is representative of the way training needs to be delivered to the fire service; online, affordable, engaging and highly effective."
CTI blends authoritative subject matter expertise with innovative learning tools and technology to deliver advanced solutions for the [emergency services market. The result is an expanding line of appealing and trusted learning solutions that are the most effective teaching aids of their kind, developed in concert with public sector officials.
CTI celebrates the first anniversary of Raven Island, http://www.raven-island.com, a free, popular online virtual world to teach fire prevention and safety to kids. This innovative project was launched in September of 2008 and broad use of the free tool will be heavily promoted during Fire Prevention Week, October 4-10 in both the United States and Canada.
"As veterans of the American public safety community, CTI lends personal expertise and passion to safety initiatives. We partner with federal, state and local government agencies to make the nation safer and more secure," said CTI's President Michelle Harden.
Headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, CTI is privately held.
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