RAF starts trial of e-learning before launch

November 2003
IT Training;Nov2003, p7
Trade Publication
Royal Air Force (RAF) of Great Britain is testing electronic-learning on a mandatory course targeted at officers about to join Tornado squadrons and support organizations, ahead of the launch of an MoD-wide initiative. The project is based on the conversion of classroom-based training into electronic-learning material. The RAF and its technical team is collaborating on the conversion with Line Communications.


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