What Is Simulation Exercise?

A simulation exercise is a form of practice, training, monitoring or evaluation of capabilities involving the description or simulation of an emergency, to which a described or simulated response is made.

As a quality assurance tool, exercises test and evaluate emergency policies, plans and procedures.

What do you mean by simulation?

A simulation is an approximate imitation of the operation of a process or system; the act of simulating first requires a model is developed. Simulation can be used to show the eventual real effects of alternative conditions and courses of action.

What are the types of simulation?

Modeling & Simulation Simulator Types

  • Live: Simulation involving real people operating real systems. Involve individuals or groups.
  • Virtual: Simulation involving real people operating simulated systems.
  • Constructive: Simulation involving simulated people operating simulated systems.

What is simulation training in HRM?

Definition: Simulated Training

Simulated Training is a devised job training that is not on the job but away from the job. It teaches a complicated, critical and hazardous task. Enough practice gives the trainees enough exposure and renders him better prepared for the real life problem.

What is an in basket exercise at an interview?

The in-basket exercise is designed to test the candidate’s adaptive thinking, problem analysis, judgment, administrative abilities, planning, organizing, delegating, and integrative skills while under pressure dealing with memos, e-mails, requests, messages, handwritten notes, etc.