The Customer’s Challenge
SEA 1448 Phase 4B (SEA1448-4B) was established to acquire a modern Long Range Air Search Capability (LRASC) to provide volume air search to complement the ANZAC Class Anti-Ship Missile Defence (ASMD) mission.
SEA1448-4B also aimed to replace the existing Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) and Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) capability with a new, supportable and enhanced IFF and SSR capability.LSAnalysis was contracted by Defence to conduct the Analyse phase of the, then, Defence Training Model in relation to at sea maintenance.
This work was performed over a period of 5 months through study of technical documentation and consultations with Defence and LRASC OEM staff.
Analysis products included Job Specifications, an options feasibility analysis report, a Learning and Development (L&D) strategy and a Training Requirement Specification.
Learning Systems Analysis successfully delivered a Training Needs Analysis Report (TNAR), which included a Training Requirements Specification that enabled SEA 1448 to engage the OEM for the system to provide the CoA with training to address the identified requirements from the TNAR.