|Industry||Start Date: 2016||British Army|
As the Training Requirements Authority, the British Army’s Training Policy Branch is responsible for analysing and articulating the training requirement, endorsing the training solution, externally validating the training and ensuring it remains aligned with emerging Army requirements.
Faced with a realisation that the complex future operating environment will place greater demands on commanders at all levels, the client selected RINA to carry out a root and branch review of Command Leadership and Management (CLM) training from first principles.
RINA adopted a fully Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT)- compliant approach, whilst tailoring aspects of the methodology to meet the specific challenges of this task:
Our detailed methodology identified the most effective and efficient ways of delivering the required content to the diverse Target Audience. It provided the client with answers to the most fundamental CLM questions; defining the target audience with consideration of training requirements, establishing content to be delivered based on analysis of future role requirements, and identifying the optimum point for training delivery.