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Online Tabletop Exercises
for Healthcare Facilities.

Better emergency response staff training and compliance reporting.

More captivating than traditional tabletop exercises and less expensive than 3rd party facilitators, the VORTTX scenario training changes variables, situations and outcomes based on the choices of staff for an evolving experience. With 3,000+ potential combinations, staff will not be disengaged by repeating situations or boring presentations.


The VORTTX system is a highly effective and efficient way to train and test facility staff in groups, teams or individual basis. Improve staff preparation while lowering training cost and scheduling hassles with the VORTTX online solution.

Save Time

VORTTX is designed to be the most user-friendly variable outcome training solution available. Multi-part, multi-level scenarios provide a unique experience every time. VORTTX training utilizes shift, time-of-day and real world complications to present robust training and testing opportunities.

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Facility leadership receives a summary report of each training exercise for licensing compliance as well as seeing areas of needed improvement in staff training. VORTTX provides better staff preparation while reducing the time and cost of planning, executing and documentation.

VORTTX is one of the most useful tools I have ever used. User-friendly, pertinent, intuitive and the feedback is instantaneous. I can without a shadow of a doubt, HIGHLY recommend this training and exercise tool for any agency, facility or system.

  • I’ve been lucky enough to have been involved in disaster/emergency preparedness response and training for over 35 years. My background ranges from pre-hospital, private clinic, hospital to a county medical emergency operations center. As coordinator of the Medical Emergency Operations Center (MERC) for 10 years, it was my job to work with all facets of planning, exercises and preparedness for those were involved with and worked the medical system of Tulsa County. My current position, in one of the largest volunteer organizations in the world, I am over disaster preparedness, response, training, exercises, planning for 17 counties in Oklahoma. I’ve had the privilege to participate, facilitate and create numerous exercises and trainings in my life. I’ve been able to see and use countless training tools and systems.
    Johnnie Munn, Disaster Program Manager, Tulsa OK

Any-time, any-shift training and testing on your schedule.


Local, state and federal licensing reporting support.


Staff performance summaries for each training session.

No Special

Just an internet connection (desktop, laptop, tablet, phone)

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Emergency Planning

Most nursing homes nationwide met Federal requirements for written emergency plans and preparedness training. However, gaps in nursing home preparedness and response were found. Emergency plans lacked relevant information—including only about half of the tasks on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services checklist.


Federal regulations state that facilities must “train all employees in emergency procedures when they begin to work in the facility, periodically review the procedures with existing staff, and carry out unannounced staff drills using those procedures.”

U.S. Department of Human Services 2014 report

Kyle Golding

Kyle Golding is born entrepreneur who started his first business as a teenager. With 30 years of experience building, owning and operating multiple businesses, he has positioned, marketed and managed artist, musicians, start-ups, corporations and non-profits to local, national and worldwide success.


VORTTX Training was developed by The Golding Group business development think tank, of which Kyle Golding is CEO, in partnership with VORTTX Co-Owner Tadd Weese. Golding is also in partnership at 1219 Creative Co-Work Space + Art Gallery and investments in multiple start-ups/venture projects. Read more….

Tadd Weese

Tadd Weese is the former Director of Facilities Management at Saint Simeon’s in Tulsa, a Non-Profit Long Term Care Community established as a Mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma in 1950.


Weese’s responsibilities included all Building and Grounds, Security, Housekeeping, Laundry, Maintenance, Purchasing, I.T. and Chairman of the Safety Committee. He was involved in, if not the originator of, many long term planning projects both contracted or performed by his staff. Weese is also a licensed Nursing Home Administrator in the Sate of Oklahoma, and acts in that capacity as needed. Read more….

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