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Navy hunts for new training system

Navy hunts for new training system

The Royal New Zealand Navy is looking to replace its current computer-based training system for communications staff.

According to registration of interest (ROI) documents released this week, the current system is 15 years old and can no longer provide the level of instruction necessary to place trained communications personnel into the fleet.

The existing computer-based training tool, known as the Fleetwork Trainer, is a 13-station, network-based training system. The system also provides training on applications such as Message Exchange, Signal Distribution System, Joint Remote Control system and the Advanced Standalone Area Prediction system.

The ROI states the new training solution will have to be capable of providing a number of functions including voice communications, Morse key training, PowerPoint capability for debriefing and simulations such as radio interference.

The deadline for replies is Monday, April 28. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICNNZ reference 21522.


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