Orlando Military Contractor Offers Support to Local Small Businesses Interested in Learning How to Work with, Get Contracts with the DOD
ORLANDO — ARA/Virtual Heroes, a major Orlando-based military contractor, is sponsoring a series of sessions for Florida game developers and other local businesses designed to help small companies learn how to work with and get contracts with the Department of Defense (DOD).
The courses, for game and simulation developers, software providers, other engineering firms and technology companies, were recorded with military and civilian units and consultants who offer advice and information on grants and funding opportunities as well as places to go for help and additional resources. The six hour collection of recordings, “Working with the DOD,” is free to qualified applicants under Virtual Heroes’ sponsorship.
A full set of more than 100 recordings on the use of game-based learning for government, non- profit, healthcare, higher ed and K12 is also available to local Florida small businesses.
Supplies are limited. Apply here: https://seriousplayconf.com/virtual-heroes-coursework/
All sessions were recorded at Serious Play Conference, an annual event focused on training and education. For more information on this conference, go to www.seriousplayconf.com
ARA/Virtual Heroes is an employee-owned scientific research and engineering company dedicated to solving critical national problems to improve our safety, security and way of life. ARA Vice President Randy Brown says “We are glad to support our Florida small business community in this difficult time, and we felt that providing access to these excellent educational libraries could be one way we could help.”