The new facility includes seven scenario rooms where students can practice the skills and operations they may need as an office in such places as a bank, bar, apartment and convenience store, according to a Rasmussen College news release.
The facility also includes, according to the release:
- A padded room for physical assessments and use of force training.
- A simulator room featuring MILO, a video simulator that tests proper techniques and problem-solving skills and provides instructors and students with immediate feedback to aid instruction.
Rasmussen College is holding a ribbon cutting and open house from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8. During the open house, attendees will be able to tour the facility and observe mock scenarios.
Call the Eagan Campus at 651-687-9000, if you have any questions.
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