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Synthetic and Technical Training
Stan Jacobson provides expert consulting to government agencies interested in performance-based support solutions that significantly improve technicians on-job performance, while reducing the investment required to train and support technical staff. As a domain expert in technical training and performance support technologies, Mr. Jacobson has provided targeted consulting for clients that include the British Army, Canadian Navy, Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force, Royal Australian Navy, Royal Norwegian Navy, US Navy, UK Royal Navy, and various international Government Departments. He currently leads consulting efforts to integrate Synthetic Equipment Trainers within SCORM compliant Integrated Learning Solutions.
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Unmanned Vehicles
Major Jaggi is the Deputy Project Director for the Joint UAV Surveillance and Target Acquisition System. As a member of the Directorate of Air Requirements for UAVs, Major Jaggi contributes to many national, NATO and Allied UAV conferences and working groups. A graduate of Royal Roads Military College, he has a Masters Degree in Defence Management and Policy from the Royal Military College of Canada. With 33 years of service, Major Jaggi has had tours in 407 Maritime Patrol Squadron, Maritime Proving and Evaluation Unit and has served as an Exchange Officer with the US Navy Naval Air Warfare Center.
Assistant Deputy Minister, Industry Sector
Before joining Industry Canada, Mr. Jennings held the position of Assistant Deputy Minister, Major Projects Management Office at Natural Resources Canada. Prior to this, he was the Director General, Petroleum Resources Branch and Director, Frontier Lands Management at Natural Resources Canada and held other various positions at the Privy Council Office, Human Resources Development Canada, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Mr. Jennings holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences with Honours in Economics from the University of Ottawa and a Masters of Economics from Queen’s University.
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Navy and Defence Issues
Capt(N) Norman Jolin retired from the Royal Canadian Navy in 2011, following 37 years of service. His career saw extensive service in ships and submarines, including command of the frigate HMCS Montreal. During his last ten years in the Navy, he worked exclusively at the strategic level, serving as Canada’s Naval Adviser (Attaché) to the UK and Defence Attaché to Denmark, as well as tours with NATO’s Allied Command Transformation in Norfolk, Virginia and NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. He currently works as an independent defence and strategic analysis consultant.