If you want to “own” a product or system, you have to own the schoolhouse for that product or system. DRS MSS Chesapeake offers this capability with a wide range of training approaches tailored to meet the requirements of your contract. We have the experience and resources to develop and deliver a range of training products, as well as the facilities to conduct training events near the largest concentration of military installations in the world, conveniently located in close proximity to hotels, restaurants and the airport.
The Manpower, Personnel, and Training (MPT) functional process is conducted to document requirement analyses for manpower, personnel, and training, including training hardware, aids, devices and support facilities. Our training specialists provide the information and support necessary to ensure operators and technicians receive the most responsive training available to enable them to meet mission objectives and maintain our systems and equipment.
The Training Manager (TM) for any DRS MSS training project works closely with the customer to ensure all training requirements and needs are satisfied. The TM’s effective management is critical in the accomplishment of system training package development. The TM authors a comprehensive training development plan that is delivered to the customer in Microsoft Project format and updated monthly. The schedule includes the duration of development tasks and notional dates for delivery of products; meetings; and dates for conducting training.
We can develop the training package for your product, provide the instructor and deliver the training at the location of your choice. Our range of instruction delivery formats includes the paper-based hard copy products used in instructor-led training to highly interactive, dynamic, electronic products and simulators loaded on system equipment or Personal Computers for On-the-Job Training (OJT). We also provide Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) -compliantComputer Based Training (CBT) material compatible with the Navy’s Learning Management System (LMS).
Features 3-D gaming style, first-person interactivity that allows the student to interact with the virtual equipment in a corrective maintenance scenario chosen by the instructor