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THE FAAC SPECIALISTS PROGRAM
Are you one of these people?

- the champion of a new simulator training program
- appointed to integrate the driver trainer simulator into your existing training program
- an experienced instructor who would like to invigorate your training program

And you know this new simulator is a powerful learning tool – you just somehow have to learn to use it to its full potential to achieve your training goals.

That is where the FAAC Specialists – the brightest among the best - bring their years of professional experience and mastery to you and your training program. Each of FAAC’s specialists has proven the results of his simulator training program.

The Specialists Program, a part of FAAC’s Customer for Life philosophy, was created to bridge the gap between a basic understanding of simulator system operation and mastery of it as an educational tool.

FAAC’s specialists are experts in the art and science of simulator instruction. They each have pioneered simulation training, not only in their own agencies, but in their respective industries as well.

Their belief in and passion for simulator training has followed them from their first careers into a partnership with FAAC to act as mentors, problem-solvers, instructors, speakers, and writers. Their charter is to educate others on the power of simulation training.

Specialties include:

- New instructor assimilation
- Curriculum development / integration
- Specific problem-solving strategies
- Mentoring
- Executive presentations
- Speaking and writing

THE FAAC SPECIALISTS

Robert Raheb
Mr. Raheb has been in the EMS field for 30 years in California and New York. He has been a paramedic in New York City for 25 years and a New York State Instructor Coordinator for 20 years. For the past 10 years, he has been in charge of the Emergency Vehicle Operator Course program. A naturally gifted instructor, Mr. Raheb quickly realized the benefits and potential training abilities of driving simulation. He credits simulation with helping him achieve a remarkable 38% reduction in intersection collisions within the first year and a steady decline every year since. Mr. Raheb currently serves as a member of the Congressional Fire Service Institute, National Association of EMS Educators, and the International Society of Fire Service Instructors.

Chuck Deakins
Mr. Deakins is a recently retired law enforcement officer from Santa Ana, California. He served 28 years with the department of 400 officers working a variety of assignments. Mr. Deakins has been involved in the CaPOST Regional Skills Training Centers program since 1999. The program has 108 driving simulators and 24 force-option simulators. He has personally instructed more than 1,300 students in driving simulators and is the primary instructor for the Train the Trainer basic operation training of the driving simulators at all 24 California regional training sites. He serves as an advisor on the curriculum development and scenario development committees. He continues to instruct at law enforcement agencies and academies on the local level as well as making presentations at conferences throughout the country, including ILEETA and ALERT International. Mr. Deakins is a masterful instructor who’s forte’ is in his ability to assess his classes and adjust on the fly to enable all groups to get the most from his presentations. His knowledge of simulator training strategies, tactics, techniques, and methods is why he is such a successful cross-over trainer in all applications of simulation instruction.