Our combat simulation highlights the essential ability to work as a member of a team.
Each team member will be given the opportunity to utilise their situational awareness and personal abilities to coordinate with and provide assistance to other team members.
Each participant will rely upon the analysis of the situation and options, appropriate decisions and directions, supported with a workable strategy, to form a cohesive force in the heat of battle:
Ultimately owning the outcome as a team, be it success or failure.
To succeed in our simulation, all participants must not only do their part, but try to get it right the first time and achieve it in a timely manner.
They are setting priorities and accomplishing their objectives to complete the missions.
Pressure and stress are interwoven into our activity, which in turn help train the participants in how to better deal with these compounding factors, in a positive and effective manner.
After receiving orders, leaders requires snap planning and organisation skills.
Despite being pressed for time, team leaders are being challenged to carefully consider the avaialble firepower, equipment, objectives, time constraints and various other factors, generating a synthesis of systematic planning and organising.
Organisation of the team and firepower, evaluation of task progression and real-time adjustments are continually being assessed and acted upon by the leaders.
Combat is a highly fluid environment and the demands are constantly shifting as each participant effects the overall outcome and the challenge to each team.
Participants learn to accept that the simulation includes last minute changes, fostering quick adaptability to personal requirements, performance and the focus of their efforts to complete the objectives.
Participants will be challenged to better understand the complexity of difficult issues, to work them out on the spot without constant step-by-step guidance from above.
Participants will have the opportunity to originate a plan of action to answer extra-ordinary problems regarding logistics, resources, equipment and firepower.