Cyber (commuter) Training
Royal Navy - Submariner Training
As the Prime Contractor working in collaboration with the UK MoD, Raytheon UK will be responsible for defining and delivering an integrated training solution into the new Future Submarine School (FSS) at Her Majesty’s Naval Base Clyde, as well as several other Royal Navy training establishments. This training will be provided to all Royal Navy personnel who will serve onboard the new Dreadnought Class submarines as they replace the Vanguard Class, enabling a safe and competent operation of the boat in delivering the UK’s Continuous At-Sea Deterrent.
Royal Navy – Sailor Training
Raytheon UK as part of Project Selborne has a vision to challenge the Royal Navy’s current training model with the use of innovative approaches to modernise training and provide greater coherence, agility and opportunity across all Royal Navy shore-based training. This will be achieved by transforming the Royal Navy’s training analysis, design, delivery, management, assurance and support services. The modernisation of Royal Navy training will enable the use of new technology, processes and learning solutions to align with the Royal Navy’s strategic agenda of positioning itself to thrive on the fast evolving 21st century Maritime environment.
Army – Command Team Training
Raytheon UK has developed and supported Command and Staff Training, or CAST, solutions and enhanced Higher Formation Training for the British Army and NATO at three facilities. Each of these sites is connected to the UK Ministry of Defence’s Joint Multinational Interoperability Assurance Network, enabling multinational and inter-organisational training events. At the heart of CAST is Raytheon UK’s Advanced Battlespace Computer Simulation, or ABACUS, training technology which is used by UK and Canadian armed forces; 12,000 soldiers take part in CAST exercises each year, with 1,250 trained on ABACUS.