Challenge: Programme FARADAY was implemented to oversee the Engineer General Service recovery plan in order to sustain a branch which is ready for future challenges through the provision of a Competence Based Approach to Training. There is a training requirement to enable personnel from existing source branches to make the transition into the integrated branch, to operate as a Head of Group (HoG) or Warrant Officer (WOET). This was being delivered via a new Individual Competency Framework (ICF) with the five pillars of Operate, Maintain, Diagnose, Repair and Mentor (OMDRM).
Challenge: At 65,000 tonnes, the QEC are the largest ships ever operated by the royal Navy. One of the key components to enable the effective delivery of Carrier Strike Effect is the Integrated Navigation Bridge System (INBS). This system, whilst based upon COTS equipment is unique to the QEC. The Royal Navy requires a robust training solution for INBS maintainers that whilst embed the latest technology also take maximum advantage of existing material.
Challenge: The Royal Navy (RN) required to meet legislated higher standards of environmental control relating to the prevention of pollution from ships (including submarines) at sea by the ejection of waste and the facilitation of Mixed Manning in Submarines. To comply with this, the RN will fit new Oily Water Separators, Solid Waste Management Systems and Protected Atmosphere Ventilated Environment to Astute Class and Vanguard Class submarines. A Training Needs Analysis was required for the operation and maintenance of these equipment
Challenge: The Royal Navy (RN) Engineer Branch Strategy recognised that “engineering is a fundamental enabler of Naval Capability” and outlined how the Engineer Branch will enable the Future Navy Vision (2025). This project supports the strategy and is to form the basis for future potential work strands via the categorisation of career stage one job roles across the five Engineer Career Pillars (Operational Engineering, Engineering Support, Acquisition, Doctrine and Policy, and People) linked to future capability and the production of a Competence Framework for onward development for the five engineering sub–specialisations
Challenge: Programme FARADAY was implemented to oversee the EGS recovery plan in order to sustain a branch which is ready for future challenges through the provision of a Competence Based Approach to Training. There is a training requirement to enable personnel from existing source branches to make the transition into the integrated branch, to operate as a Head of Group (HoG) or Engineering Technical Head (ETH). This is being delivered via a new ICF with the five pillars of Operate, Maintain, Diagnose, Repair and Mentor (OMDRM). Waves are producing OPS / FTS / CTPs from the ICF for 10 job roles, across three engineering specialisations
Challenge: The current Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST) capabilities are being utilised at, or above, design capacity and are becoming expensive to support owing to ageing technology and a lack of spares. A Training Needs Analysis (TNA) was required to underpin the development of a User Requirement Document (URD) and Systems Requirement Document (SRD) in order to support the scoping and acquisition of a replacement synthetic maritime navigation capability across the Naval Service
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