Overview

ADVISOR maintains training effectiveness and efficiency over time by continually assessing the impact of changes to missions, tasks, systems, policies, technologies, throughput, and so forth on training content and activities; as well as budget, personnel and resource requirements. This is attained through a digital-twin model that continually aligns training activities to operational requirements to identify gaps, duplications and training with minimal value. Results (personnel / resource requirements for any time period; cost drivers; bottlenecks and deficiencies) are quickly and concisely communicated through dashboards. Actions that drive training effectiveness and efficiency are also highlighted. Read brochure.


Continual Insights to Drive Training Effectiveness & Efficiency ...


Reveal Training Creep. Map training activities to operational requirements to identify and highlight training that is no longer relevant.


Identify Training Gaps. Identify training requirements that are not being addressed; including potential impact on missions/goals.


Minimize Duplication. Identify similar Knowledge/Skills delivered within multiple courses.


Facilitate Budget and Resource Management. Quickly forecast training activities, budget and personnel / resource requirements for any time period.


Uncover Cost Drivers. Forecast spending over training programs life cycle to uncover cost drivers – i.e., activities that consume the most budget, personnel and resources.


Uncover Cost per Trainee. Identify courses/activities needed to attain specific set of qualifications including cost breakdown.


Facilitate Resource Management. Forecast personnel and resources needed to undertake current and upcoming projects, and map to existing capabilities to identify excess capabilities and bottlenecks.


Facilitate Resource Management. Forecast personnel and resources needed to undertake current and upcoming projects, and map to existing capabilities to identify excess capabilities and bottlenecks.


Facilitate Resource Management. Forecast personnel and resources needed to undertake current and upcoming projects, and map to existing capabilities to identify excess capabilities and bottlenecks.

Jeffrey Hogan. Lead TSRA Analyst. USfalcon.

"ADVISOR cuts time needed to conduct TSRAs from 18 months to 6 months."
US Department of Treasury.

"Reduced credit training by 20% from 15 to 12 months".
Canadian Air Force.

"Identified 275 hours of common training between 4 technicians".