Training Analysis

Military Training The ASTA Group LLC

We designed new approaches to examine training requirements

ASTA has considerable experience conducting training analyses

ASTA has considerable experience conducting training analyses using Service specific processes such as the U.S. Air Force Training System Requirements Analysis (TSRA) and the U.S. Navy End-to-End (E2E) Process. We have also leveraged our analytic capability and experience to design new approaches to examine training requirements.

U.S. Navy training analyses covering 20 courses since 2012

Analyses conducted include Job, Duty, Task Analysis (JDTA); Front End Analysis (FEA); Business Case Analysis (BCA); and supporting documentation {e.g., Instructional Media Design Package (IMDP), Training Project Plan (TPP), etc.}.

Development of an Alternative FEA

Development of an Alternative Front End Analysis to better address training requirements for missions that rely on automated systems and complex command and control (C2) networks. The Army Research Institute TRAIN II program completed this on behalf of the U.S. Army Air Defense School.

Development of a transparent media analysis tool for USSOCOM

Multiple platforms including fixed-wing aircraft and Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS) tested the transparent media analysis tool.

AFSOC TSRAs for fixed-wing aircraft and ground personnel

These projects, conducted for emerging platforms and training systems redesign, addressed evolving resource constraints.

Demo of Fake 'Breaking News'

In USAFSOS's ATOC class for classroom discussion and scenario based training.

A return on investment assessment of the AC-130U training program for AFSOC

This study examined multiple training program design options, assessed the training and financial impact of each, and provided recommendations for improved training efficacy.

Instructional Design and support at JCITA in Quantico, VA and Landover, MD

The ASTA Group analyzes, designs, develops, and evaluates instructor led courses, scenario-based practical exercises, webinars, eLearning courses, and synchronous distributed learning to 2,500 students per year at the JCITA courses in Quantico, VA and Landover, MD. We developed a project plan that details the project scope, approach, and resource utilization for each new course, significant revisions to existing courses and large multimedia projects