Meet the eLearning Gold Award winners at ITEC 2016 on stand C174
Learn more about the eLearning solution that saved lives from Ebola during Operation Gritrock and went on to win the Gold eLearning Award.
See our state-of-the-art training tools that bridge the gap between the classroom and firing range and discover our innovative approach to blended learning for clients including the British Army and MOD.
We cordially invite you to visit our exhibitor stand located at C174 within the ‘Innovation Showcase’. Venue and registration details below.
ITEC is the annual forum where representatives from across the military, industry and academia connect and share knowledge about military simulation, training and education community. Presenting a unique overview of the industry’s latest innovations, the event provides visitors with a platform to discuss developments in this evolving market and exchange ideas about future requirements for military training and simulation.
Why Visit Our Stand?
CDS Defence Support prides itself in its ability to create ‘one-of-a-kind’ training solutions that bridge the gap between the classroom and the firing range. Our latest Mortar Training Solution is a must see demonstration of a state-of-the-art training tool that stands out in even the most fast paced of technological environments. This approach cuts across all 3 Services as well as the civilian world – it saves money, time and increases the capacity of both the trainer and the trainee – The Right Solution to the Right Training Requirement, at the Right Price!
What Are We Displaying?
Various Blended Learning Solutions (2 Examples Below).
Mortar Training BLS
The purpose of our Mortar Training Blended Learning Solution (BLS) is to allow students in training to use mortars to practice and develop the skills and techniques associated with map reading, calculating bearings and judging distance based on terrain features.
- Scanning the Landscape
The BLS automatically generates targets randomly at a variety of distances within a set training area. Students are required to manually scan the landscape to identify potential targets.
- Bearing Calculation
Students are able to use a service prismatic compass to acquire the target’s direction.
- Map Reading
After calculating the bearing, students are able to accurately identify target locations on the map.
- Making Corrections
Based on a Missed Shot Students have the ability to make adjustments and re-engage the target an unlimited number of times.
Working closely with a number of SMEs, CDS Defence Support developed a BLS that delivers the required features whilst adding additional benefits at every stage.
Award Winning Ebola Modular Training – Operation GRITROCK
CDS, in conjunction with the British Army, were awarded the Gold Award at the 2015 E-Learning Awards in the Best Public Sector Project category for our work to support the UK Military Ebola Medics Team prior to and during their deployment to Sierra Leone during the 2015 Ebola Crisis. With a creative approach and excellent use of technology, the project successfully met the brief of training volunteers and full time personnel.
ExCeL London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL
Stand Location: C174
Tuesday 17 May – 11:00 – 17:30
Wednesday 18 May – 09:30 – 19:30
Thursday 19 May – 09:30 – 15:30
How to Register to Attend
If you would like to attend, you will need to register using the link detailed below:
Cost: Free (if registered before the event) – £50.00 on the door entry with no prior registration, so click on the above link now.
CDS wins a place on the Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 Framework
CDS is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a place on the next iteration of Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework, known as DOS 3.
Shortlisted for the Drum DADI Awards
Shortlisted for two Global Sourcing Association Awards