The companies said that the programme will allow operators to gain practice in concrete spraying and scaling machines, control and measurement systems, concrete spraying and scaling process planning, as well as working methods and troubleshooting.
"The partnership with Normet demonstrates our ongoing commitment to listen to our clients, understand their needs, and develop the right training programmes and services to ensure workers have the skills, competencies, and confidence to do their job both safely and productively," Norcat simulation manager Tom White said.
"We are excited to expand our simulation training services and work with Normet to continue to engage and educate our future skilled labour workers for in-demand jobs across Canada."
Norcat will debut and demonstrate the shotcrete spraying simulator during an open house from November 18-20 at the centre.
Norcat's Simulation Training Centre was launched in 2014. It has simulated training for equipment and machinery across mining, forestry and construction.