AAI’s skilled, experienced training subject matter experts offer a wide range of training capabilities. We are focused on providing customers training solutions that have been tailored and scaled in scope to their needs. Our approach starts with detailed training needs analysis and discussions with the customer to define the desired training outcomes.
We then develop the program of instruction, instructor outlines, instructional media (including interactive multimedia instruction [IMI]), student outlines, and course schedules. The IMI and instruction closely align with the system’s technical publications and interactive electronic technical manuals (IETMs). Should a customer’s system include paper publications, we have a robust, automated process to develop these into comprehensive IETMs. Once the training material is verified and validated, it can be presented at any customer location or offered from an AAI classroom. Our capabilities include both classroom and hands-on training delivery.
For example, we provide depot maintenance infrastructure training at customer sites across the U.S. After developing comprehensive maintenance and repair instructional materials, our skilled instructors deliver training that enables students to complete the required tasks and develop robust processes for repeatable, successful results.
AAI’s skilled field service representatives provide robust training for Shadow® tactical unmanned aircraft system (TUAS) air vehicle operators, mission payload operators, and system maintenance technicians — including both classroom and on-the-job training on the flight line. These training experiences are complemented by our sophisticated training devices.
Our instructors have experience with virtually all U.S. Department of Defense platforms; Shadow TUAS and Aerosonde® small unmanned aircraft systems; as well as other electronic, radar, and chemical/biological detection systems. They use a variety of training media such as IMI, classroom-centered multimedia, and highly sophisticated maintenance training devices, and employ on-the-ramp, hands-on training using the actual system hardware.
Through the application of both the U.S. Air Force Instructional Systems Development (ISD) process and the U.S. Army Systematic Approach to Training (SAT), our processes support all phases of training system development.
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