NTSA May Webinar – The Future of Military Training in Our Post-COVID World

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  • 5/25/2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
  • Event Type : Webinar
    Event Code : 11B0

Description

Watch the recording from this month's webinar to see our Modeling, Simulation, and Training Service Executives share their insights.

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It has now been a year since our first NTSA webinar, led by our Modeling, Simulation, and Training Service Executives. One year later, as we rebound from the past year’s events, our Service Executives join us once again to share their insights on:

  • Long-term changes to the way in which we conduct military training
  • Maintaining training efficiencies in our Post-COVID environment
  • New and innovative ways to maintain our readiness
  • Navigating the acquisition process considering our hybrid business environment

The information you will gain through this webinar will help you and your organization plan for opportunities and prepare for what may come next in training. We encourage you to submit questions upon registration that can be addressed by our modeling, simulation, and training acquisition leadership team. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of this discussion in advance of the Training and Simulation Industry Symposium (TSIS) to be held 16-17 June 2021 in Orlando.

Registration is open and complimentary for all who wish to join. Take a moment and register today for no fee.

Speakers

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Upcoming Webinars

  • June 30 – Cyber
  • July 29 – AR/VR/ Mixed Reality – Where are we going?
  • August 25 – Prelude to IT²EC
  • September 29 – Follow up from iFEST 2021
  • October 27 – TBD
  • November 17 – Prelude to I/ITSEC 2021
  • December – No Webinar this month

Dates and topics are subject to change.

Contact

Ms. Reneé Despot - Event Logistics
(703) 247-9490
rdespot@NDIA.org

Carol Dwyer - Registration
(703) 247-9471
cdwyer@NDIA.org