A model for training, education and development of U.S. Navy Patrol Coastal Boat (PC) personnel using distributed learning technologies
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This research will define, assess, and evaluate current training, education and development practices and recommend cost effective measures for improvements at U.S. Naval Patrol Coastal Boat (PC) facilities. The objective is to propose a model for training technology infusion in Patrol Coastal Boats (PC) which will enable all sailors and officers assigned to these units to engage in training, education, and development activities without leaving the confines of the ship. Research will include conducting a detailed analysis of current training policies, conducting in-depth reviews of the current educational infrastructure, identifying and recommending pertinent distributed learning programs, and conducting a cost and benefits analysis of implementing distributed learning technologies onboard a PC.
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