LONDON, (Nov.24, 2022) – Raytheon UK, in partnership with Capita, Cervus, Improbable Defence and Rheinmetall, announced today the formation of Omnia Training; an industrial team that will be bidding to become the Strategic Training Partner for the British Army’s Collective Training Transformation Programme (CTTP).
The CTTP will deliver the Future Collective Training System – a technology-enabled training system that will serve as a surrogate for warfare. It will provide the British Army with the capability to better replicate the complexity of the modern battlefield in training, giving the Army the ability to train globally whenever and wherever it needs it.
Omnia Training’s partners have expertise that span complex programme management, enterprise transformation, collective synthetic training, digital platforms and data exploitation. It will work in collaboration with the Army to transform collective training and prepare soldiers for future challenging operational scenarios by creating realistic multi-domain environments.
The Raytheon UK-led team includes world class training transformation companies that will provide unrivalled expertise to deliver the Strategic Training Partner role for CTTP.
Jeff Lewis, chief executive of Raytheon UK said: “We are bringing together a team that has collaboration and innovation at its heart. Omnia Training embraces modern training technologies and methodologies that enhance the common training experience and is focused on delivering better training outcomes for the soldier and commander.
“At the heart of our collaborative approach will be the exploitation of data and connectivity across multiple training technologies,” Lewis said. “This combination will enable us to deliver a truly flexible and cutting-edge training environment and will help prepare the British Army for a range of scenarios that have traditionally been difficult to create on a training ground.”
The CTTP’s Strategic Training Partner will assume responsibility for the existing Army collective training system and infrastructure to deliver collective training, then work collaboratively with the Army to transform this into a fully integrated, flexible training solution and be responsible for continuously improving new army training capabilities.