Savannah’s Febris is Revolutionizing RN and CNA Training with Virtual Reality

Savannah’s Febris Uses Virtual Reality to Train RN’s and CNA’s

Did you know that it cost an average of $66,300 to train one nurse? Febris, a Savannah-based tech company, is out to solve this problem along with the resulting nationwide nurse shortage.

Founded by Kirkland Brooks, Febris develops virtual reality (VR) enabled experiential nurse education to aid in the transition between school and work. The technology company has achieved this by integrating education systems with unique simulation software.  

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Savannah Tech’s Driver Safety Program to Feature Distracted Driving Simulators

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The Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has awarded Savannah Technical College $191, 267 to create the “Coastal Georgia Center for Driver Safety.” The funds will be used for marketing initiatives, educational workshops, and include the purchase of One Simple Decision (OSD) Distracted Driving simulators. The simulators will provide high school students with a first-person,…

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