Hundreds of organizations have relied on BNH to simplify and speed training analysis, forecast and optimize training resources, improve resource allocation, produce audit trails to support recommendations and generate reports that meet the requirements of various military standards. With offices in Montreal and Vermont; and associates in Florida, Virginia, Texas and the United Kingdom, we continue to expand our services while remaining responsive to the needs of our clients. A list of satisfied customers is presented below:
Canadian Forces College retained BNH in 1999, 2001 and 2006 to assess the impact of extending the 9 month instructor-led Command and Staff course from 88 to 390 officers. ADVISOR revealed that a blended residential with web based delivery allowed the Canadian Forces College to use existing facilities with minor modifications and in-turn save $22 million in upfront costs for new school & residence extension and $6 million in annual recurring costs. Read more.
Netherlands Ministry of Defence used ADVISOR Enterprise to conduct Training Needs Analysis (TNA), Training Media Analysis (TMA) and develop Training Plans for multiple platforms including Tactical Airlift (C130H).
Republic of Singapore Air Force used ADVISOR Enterprise to conduct Training Needs Analysis (TNA), Training Media Analysis (TMA) and develop Training Plans for multiple platforms including Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).
Royal Canadian Air Force retained BNH in 2010 to assess alternate delivery options for field ready aircraft technicians. In addition to identifying 140 hrs in Common Core & 135 hrs in Basic Electrical & Electronic training, ADVISOR revealed that blended instructor-led with interactive multimedia allowed the Air Force to reduce training time for ACS, AVN, AWS & AVS between 4% to 17% as well as reduce conversion costs while improving quality. Read more.
Royal Canadian Air Force retained BNH in 2014 to assess Training Options for the Rotary Wing (RW) Pilot Training Program. More specifically, analyze the three phases of the RW training (Grob, Harvard & B206/B412CF) to identify cost drivers and venues for improving training effectiveness and efficiency. ADVISOR revealed that infrastructure was the largest cost driver – accounted for 55% of training budget.
Royal Canadian Air Force retained BNH in 2013 to assess Airworthiness Training requirements for all Regulatory and Senior Design Engineer authorized positions and identify competencies required for each position as well as training needed to attain required competencies. Read more.
Royal Canadian Army retained BNH in 2012 to assess the financial impact of using Trainers at various training levels [individual to combat team] for Driver, Gunner, Crew and Troop Commander on LAV III, Closed Combat Vehicle and Leopard 2. ADVISOR revealed that budget, personnel and resources for 7 out of 12 courses could be reduced from 6% to 38%. Resulting in total direct & indirect savings of $49.3 million over 10 years.
Royal Canadian Navy retained BNH in 1996 to increase Training Development Officers (TDOs) awareness of the advantages and limitations of training technologies, and provide a systematic approach for identifying the most cost effective blend of delivery options for various platforms. A 3 day workshop along with a guide was designed and delivered across the country.
UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) officially declared ADVISOR Enterprise as the preferred decision support tool in Parts 1 & 2 of the latest UK MoD – Joint Service Publication 822 “Defence Systems Approach to Training – Direction and Guidance for Individual and Collective Training. This is part due to a 2016 Live Fire Review study by the UK Army that identified through ADVISOR £140 million in potential savings over a 10 year period.
US Army used ADVISOR Enterprise on multiple projects to identify the most cost effective blend of delivery options. Taught in both the SAT Basic Course and IMI Developer’s Workshop.
US Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWC-TSD) licensed ADVISOR Enterprise in 2010 for analyzing the training requirements of Boeing Poseidon (P-8), and is being used by both Boeing and NAWCTSD staff to conduct/update mission analysis, job analysis, task analysis, learning objective analysis, media analysis as well as generate Lesson Designs Reports (LDR). Memorable quote ‘changes to Lesson Design Reports that would have taken days to complete, can now be generated within 20 minutes.’