Waves are thought leaders in Systems Approach to Training (SAT) for individual, team and collective training. With international conference presenters (ITEC 2016 & 2017) and over 200 years’ experience blended with academic rigour, professional membership up to fellowship level of learning. View our SAT product sheet here.
A SAT process comprises project activities relating to the training analysis, design, delivery and assurance of all training, both individual and collective, across the whole work force. Waves uses SAT as its basis to complete project activities but also uses other models such as ADDIE (Analyse, Design, Develop, Implement and Evaluate) or other organisation standards where appropriate. Our SAT experience covers: individual training, collective training, equipment capability, soft skills development (leadership competencies) and academic research.
In the DSAT (Defence Systems Approach to Training) JSP 822, Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is described as a structured survey and analysis of training requirements arising because of equipment procurement, doctrinal change, organisational change or changes to legislation. Waves can conduct full TNAs, but as the process is not linear then the relevant elements can be analysed to produce a fully auditable product. Waves can conduct full TNAs, but as the process is not linear then the relevant elements can be analysed to produce a fully auditable product.