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Police Training Vets Launch Ti Training Corp.

June 29, 2006  | 

Ti Training Corp. is a new company designed to assist law enforcement and public safety agencies in the use of interactive training products and programs.

A library of interactive digital video training programs—interactive classroom training as well as use-of-force testing and learning scenarios—are scheduled for release by Summer 2006. Ti Training’s approach to interactive training and classroom learning is unique in that the company’s interactive training programs are designed to work with all existing training simulators and computers on the market today. This means law enforcement agencies don’t need to choose simulators or hardware based on content and training curriculum available only on one particular system.

Company President Greg Otte has partnered with some well known individuals from his previous company, IES Interactive Training, in the creation of Ti Training Corp. Co-founders Todd Brown, Kila Washington, Joe Mason, Ned partridge, Ben Gruner, and Tyler Garn have a combined law enforcement industry experience of more than 60 years.

Ti Training Corp. is located in a new 10,000-sqare-foot facility in Englewood, Colo., a suburb just south of Denver. The facility houses a full digital video production facility, a complete training center, and the corporate offices.

For more information contact Ti Training Corp. at 303-414-3555.

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