Target group



Life tissues in training

Tactical medicine

To enable to manage critical illness


Deficient inter-sectoral communication skills

Conversational programmers

To enable to improve the efficacy of technical conversations


Deficient leadership skills

Senior health care professionals

To enable to direct its employees towards a common goal


High training costs

Health care workers: Nursing staff

To enable to manage critical illness


Deficits in the coach/learner interface

Athlete Coaches

To enable to monitor training loads


Decreasing demands of specific contextual skills

Employees susceptible to automation

To promote theoretical, non-cognitive and digital skills


Deficient inter-sectoral communication skills


To enable to support science diplomacy


High training costs

General surgery trainees

To promote endovascular surgical skills


Deficient business skills


To enable to identify and address immediate business issues


Deficient leadership skills

County Extension Directors (CEDs)

To enable to develop 21st century soft skills


Deficient workforce skills


To promote workforce skills


Deficient computer science skills of women and minorities

High School Educators

To enable teachers to provide computer science courses in schools


Information overload


To enable to filter information and avoid information overload


Deficient supervision skills

School Counselor Site Supervisors

To enable supervisors to supervise


Deficits in training methods and media used in mine safety training


To enable to prevent accidents


Deficient self-regulated learning

Life Science trainers

To enable to give learners more control over the learning