SPARTAN is a multimedia shooting training system that uses optoelectronic solutions such as simulated firing with a laser technology, infrared detection of the points of impact projectiles of training and live ammunition, the use of adapted nightvision and thermal sights for shooting. It is designed to teach, monitor and evaluate the targeting of small arms and to prepare soldiers for firing the live ammunition at open ranges for combat targets and silhouettes. It is also intended for the preparation of soldiers for detection, classification and engagement of real targets upon different terrains, weather conditions and periods during the day. The aim of the paper is to assess the impact of the system on the soldiers training process as well as the economic aspects of its application. This system in the Polish Armed Forces, in various configurations, has been used for several years, so it is possible its preliminary analysis.