New Office. Training Center Build Out?

We are probably moving our office from a 400 sq ft location to a ~1800 sq ft bldg. Yes 400 sq ft, my office manager and I literally share an office... 

 

We really want to set up a training area to train new and existing techs on cameras, access control, intrusion and fire alarms. Not just theory, but actual hands on wiring, troubleshooting, etc.

 

One idea is to build a 2x4 framed wall on wheels, so we can mount everything on a wall, have them wire it, troubleshoot, etc. Then we can push the walls out of the way when not in use.

 

We plan on using the training area for organized training, and also have material set up where a couple techs can come in on a rain day, etc and work on their own.

 

We also are going to have a tech room to stage equipment, etc

 

Any thoughts or other ideas?

 

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