Embedded Training

  • Alain Kada
Part of the Defense Research Series book series (DRSS, volume 4)

Abstract

This document is an overview of Embedded Training applied to the field of Army, Navy and Air Force. After an introduction and a definition of Embedded Training, some benefits and capabilities it can provide are given as well as the aspects to be considered before choosing an Embedded Training approach. Some advice on the circomstances to create and develop Embedded Training are also furnished. Finally, possible Embedded Training roles, forms, modes of operation and types of training are approached.

Keywords

Training Device Unit Training Assessment Capability Army Research Institute Floppy Disc 
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References

  1. Implementing embedded training: volume 1 of 10: overview. Butler, PA: D.L. Finley (Army Research Institute), D.S. Peckham (Project Manager for Training Devices), H.C. Strasel (Hi-Tech Systems, Inc.), APRIL 1988.Google Scholar
  2. Implementing embedded training: volume 2 of 10: embedded training as a system alternative. Butler, PA: H.C. Strasel & F.N. Dyer (Hi-Tech Systems, Inc.), J.T. Roth (Applied Science Associates, Inc.), I.N. Alderman & D.L. Finley (U.S. Army Research Institute), AUGUST 1988.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alain Kada
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  1. 1.Army Training Devices ManagerMoD/DGAIssy Mouline, CedexFrance

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