RN Engineering Officer Competence Framework and Mapping

Challenge: The Royal Navy (RN) Engineer Branch Strategy recognised that “engineering is a fundamental enabler of Naval Capability” and outlined how the Engineering Branch will enable the Future Navy Vision (2025). This project supported that strategy and formed the basis … Read More

Analysis and Course Design RN Engineering Programme FARADAY

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 … Read More

Training Needs Analysis Bridge Synthetic Navigation

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 … Read More

Training Needs Analysis MESM Waste Equipment and Protected Atmosphere Ventilated Environment

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 … Read More

Training Needs Analysis Queen Elizbeth Carrier Navigation System

Challenge: At 65,000 tonnes, the Queen Elizabeth Class (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). … Read More

Waves Support to Defence Primes – Nuclear L&D

Challenge: To support Devonport Royal Dockyard Ltd (DRDL), the licensed area of Devonport dockyard under the control of Babcock Marine.  Following observations by the Nuclear Regulator, several areas of non-compliant Systems’ Approach to Training (SAT) training materials needed to be … Read More