writers

(2005,
issue 4)
STAN JACOBSON and LCdr ALLAN PORTEOUS

Recent issues of FrontLine have discussed the use of simulators in the field of maintenance training. The Canadian Navy was a world leader in the decision to migrate to PC-based maintenance training. This migration began as a result of decisions made in 1992 to support the evolving training requirements of the Canadian Patrol Frigate (CPF) project.

(2005,
issue 2)
STAN JACOBSON

Training supports the ­”ultimate” activity, which is cost-effective, timely and accurate on-the-job performance. Individuals in the training pipeline (instructors, students, or support staff), are not performing operational tasks.

(2005,
issue 1)
STAN JACOBSON and DARREL TATRO

...Force Multiplier or Achilles Heel?