Our Training Structure:
E-learning can be used to establish the input standards of a student prior to commencing training, as well as providing students with pre-learning packages. It can also provide psychometric and hand-eye control evaluation to help ascertain the student’s potential suitability as a system operator.
Instructor-led training is the most important element in the training program, allowing operators to move beyond knowing how their systems operate to how to operate the system and achieve success in their missions. The point of delivery can be at the customer’s facilities; however, if there is no suitable training facility, ASG Sensor Academy has a residential training center that can accommodate up to six (6) students. This training element provides course flexibility, allowing adjustment of the end user’s requirements regarding system type, platform type and general operational tasking requirements.
Computer Based Training (CBT) has been hailed as the best way to train whilst saving on the cost and logistics of using an instructor and training premises. However, CBT must be provided in context, and its use in a blended training program provides benefits without compromising the quality of the training. CBT is used to consolidate lessons, provide revision for the student and refresh those who have already graduated to operational units. It is also used for assessment, if required, and to keep operators aware of the ever-developing practices and tactics employed by operational units. Access to training resources through a Learning Management System (LMS) provides the efficient management of continuation or recurrent training.