Implementing Simulators to Facilitate Learning for Initial Entry Soldiers

Sonya Bland-Williams (Department of the Army, USA)
Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 383
EISBN13: 9781466648500|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4237-9.ch019
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Abstract

Much like any organization’s training program, military training schools train in technical skills, values, and common tasks. In this chapter’s project management endeavor, implementing simulator training to facilitate learning is described in general terms from an Army context. This case narrative provides a general awareness of the aspects of project management that contribute to typical project risks, cost, and quality of technology-based learning projects within a military training environment. The case is presented using fictional characters as an approach to capture real-world challenges while remaining consistent with the Department of Defense’s Principles of Information policy. In carrying out the policy, the case discloses only information that does not adversely affect national security or threaten the safety or privacy of the men and women of the Department of Defense.
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