Preparing your people to be mission ready through world-class training.
Babcock provides an innovative range of products and service solutions to enhance our customers’ defence capabilities and critical assets. Our business model is underpinned by a deep understanding of technology integration and engineering, infrastructure management and specialist individual and collective training design and delivery.
Babcock manages all aspects of the training cycle, from training needs analysis and design, through to delivery and assurance across defence and resilience. We also design and manage the delivery of large scale live and synthetic collective training events to validate operational readiness for British Army battlegroups, brigade and division headquarters in the UK and Europe.
Our technical skills training ensures the development of competent and professional employees, utilising training needs analysis to deliver the specific requirement, every time. We utilise a blend of methodologies with market leading digital learning solutions, to maximise learner engagement and success.
We have extensive cross-sector experience that brings a deep understanding of our customer’s trends, drivers and outcomes from which we develop, deliver, and manage optimal training solutions. Solutions encompass training needs analysis, design and delivery of digital learning solutions, training diagnostics and analytics and the provision of fully managed services.
Training Analysis Model
The Training Analysis Model (TAM) is our decision support capability which assesses, analyses and adapts insights based on objective measurement of training requirements and performance through a suite of subproducts.
TAM products are grouped into two key tranches:
- Pipeline optimisation provides users with the ability to analyse and directtraining requirements to provide assured training pathways which can beoptimised based on customer and business drivers.
- Training performance provides users with insights based on objectiveassessment of end-to-end training system performance, including that of trainees and trainers, to ensure training delivery is being conducted by the most efficient and effective means.
Training Needs Analysis
Babcock’s Training Needs Analysis (TNA) capability enables users to create new training within a structured framework as well as rework existing training to ensure quality training design and delivery against requirements.
Babcock’s TNA Digital offers:
- Increased pace in producing robust training needs analysis.
- Greater consistency in assessment of training requirement and subsequent outputs.
- The assurance of relevant and highly effective training solutions with comparable options for delivery.
Combat ID is a comprehensive visual recognition training package to allow self-learning, teaching and assessment of partner forces and adversaries vehicles, weapons, and equipment.
This capability offers a valuable accessible and measurable tool enhancing recognition training, giving the learner insight into what it means to identify specific platforms through gamified learning, promoting self-acquired knowledge.
Our Adaptive Learning capability is an award-winning Babcock-led initiative, designed to greatly improve the quality of learning outcomes for students and reduce failure rates.
It allows the trainee to have a bespoke learning pathway dependent on their knowledge of the learning material. Data allows the pinpointing of a trainee’s failure, giving the trainer the information to make targeted interventions.
It is reflective of Babcock’s constant innovation in the training sector, allowing students to move forward as assured engineers, confident in the decisions they make.
Babcock’s media capability enhances learning delivery through a wide range of media assets. From infographics and video, to 360 videography and interactive learning experiences. Media is a key enabler in maximising the effectiveness of learning experiences, in delivery of underpinning knowledge, preparing learners for application of real world skills, and as digital reach back after the formal learning has taken place.