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US Army: Captivating Virtual Instruction for Training

The Captivating Virtual Instruction for Training (CVIT) project, instigated in 2013, was a two-year research effort seeking to produce a blueprint for mapping effective instructional techniques used in a live classroom setting to core enabling technologies, which may then be used for the design and development of engaging virtual and distributed learning (dL) applications. 26 more words

Military Training

US Army Instructors to Army Facilitators – Practical Considerations

With the change from an instructor-centric to a learner centric pedagogical model, the role of the US Army instructor must also change from one of transmitting knowledge to learners to one of facilitating learners’ acquisition of knowledge through problem-solving events. 61 more words

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Australian Institute of Sport turns to SAS Commando Training to Select Future Cycling Gold Medallists

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) has turned to the brutal selection processes of the SAS and special forces commandos to inspire the next generation of women cyclists to gold medals. 198 more words

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US Army Instructors’ Use of Mobile Devices in the Infantry Advanced Leaders Course

In contrast to investigating the educational effects of mobile devices on students, this research aimed to investigate the potential utility of supplying instructors (rather than students) with mobile devices to be used in conducting training. 163 more words

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ATRA Code of Practice for [Military] Instructors (1998)

Below is a copy of the Army Training and Recruitment Agency’s (ATRA) code of practice for instructors from 1998, obtained through an FOI request.

All instructors where to have a personal copy for reference and knowledgeable on its contents, and adhere to its ethos when acting in an instructional capacity. 18 more words

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IVEY Business School: This professor spent 21 years in the Canadian Navy

LEADERSHIP: REFLECTIONS ON LESSONS LEARNED IN THE CANADIAN NAVY

  • Be compassionate and encourage best performance
  • Trust your subordinates, take the blame and stand up for your subordinates…
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What You Get...

“What you get by stealth and guts, you must hold by skill and determination.”

Major General Richard Gale, Commander 6th Airborne Division, finishing his briefing prior to D-Day (June 1944).

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