Canadian Forces Individual Training & Education System (CFITES) key requirements are outlined below, as well as how ADVISOR Enterprise (see more) simplifies and speeds the process, optimizes training resources, improves resource allocation, generates audit trail to support recommendations and produces training plans that leverage existing programs/resources.

 



Canadian Forces Individual Training & Education System (CFITES) key requirements are outlined in a 7 part series. See more.


The primary objective of the Analysis Phase is to identify training and education needed to meet a performance deficiency. See more.


The primary objective of the Design Phase is to conceive a Training Plan (TP) that will enable Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members to achieve the Performance Objectives defined in the Analysis Phase, at optimum cost. See more.


The primary objective of the Development Phase is to produce effective instructional materials that preserve the Design intent and prepare for programme Delivery. See more.


The primary objective of the Conduct Phase is to deliver instruction that enables personnel to successfully achieve the Performance Objectives (POs) for a specific job and/or training and education requirements. See more.


The primary objective of the Evaluation Phase is to assess whether the training satisfied the objectives of the instructional programme in the most effective and efficient manner. See more.


The primary objective of the Validation Phase is to determine whether the Performance Objectives (POs) in the Qualification Standard (QS) satisfy performance requirements on the job. See more.