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The Center for Naval Intelligence develops the best learning practices to improve the performance of Naval Intelligence professionals, in support of maritime, expeditionary and joint forces worldwide.
The Center oversees the Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center (NMITC), which provides state-of-the-art entry, intermediate and advanced intelligence training for the Navy, the Marine Corps and other organizations in support of Department of Defense requirements.
Since 1986, NMITC has been enhancing Naval Intelligence Training by bringing together Navy and Marine Corps students who previously were taught separately. However, to participate in NMITC’s training programs, active duty participants had to spend a substantial amount of time away from their command. NMITC sought to enable the same level of proficiency while reducing the amount of time service men and women spent at the training center.
Furthermore, continuity of learning was a challenge for NMITC. Its active duty instructors were often redeployed, so there was no long-term staff in place to monitor the progress of students in the program and adjust the learning experience to meet evolving needs and keep pace with ongoing advancements in intelligence.
Accenture joined with NMITC to modernize its Naval Intelligence Training through computer-based learning, leading-edge course curriculum and updated materials.
Comprehensive CurriculumTraining specialists at Accenture developed a six-week Advanced Intelligence Analysis and Collection Management course at the Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information level, covering all-source intelligence analysis, use and briefing.
Curriculum developers created extensive documentation to support the training course, including objective reports, syllabi, lesson overviews, PowerPoint instructional media and both instructor and student guides.
Specialized TrainingAccenture master specialists and subject-matter experts provide classroom and related remedial training, computer-based scenario exercises using Global Command and Control System-Maritime and exam administration. Civilian instructors provide continuity of learning because they remain at the training center, rather than relocating as duties shift.
Learning 2.0For the first time, students are participating in computer-based learning exercises at their commands and reserve units. This capability helps NMITC achieve its goal of reducing the time students spend away from their command and also delivers cost savings by reducing travel expenses and time spent off-duty.
Accenture implemented a C4I platform that is creating a dynamic learning and testing environment. As part of the final exam and graduation, students are now completing an Operational Intelligence brief using simulated “live” data feeds in an intelligence watch environment.
Since its implementation, the modernized Naval Intelligence Training course is delivering dramatic results:
Course training time has been cut in half, from 16 weeks to just eight weeks.
Rather than 10 instructors leading the training, seven Accenture master training specialists provide all instruction with the augmentation of military staff.
NMITC has increased throughput of students by more than 25 percent. In 2008 alone, Accenture trained more than 200 active duty and more than 150 reserve warfighters.
NMITC now offers 23 classes per year at NMITC. More than six times the number of courses previously offered. An additional 13 classes are taught at the reserve sites.
All coursework is now compliant with all relevant Department of Defense standards.
By continuously reviewing student evaluations and unearthing new areas of improvement, Accenture will continue to evolve the Advanced Intelligence Analysis and Collection Management Course to deliver training that enables warfighters to achieve high performance.
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