Stakeholder Analysis for the CF Counter-IED Training Courses

Analyse des intervenants des cours d’instruction des FC sur la neutralisation des IED


  1. Banbury, S.
  2. Osgoode, K.
  3. Unrau, D.
  4. Kramer, C.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);CAE Industries Ltd, Toronto ONT (CAN)
This document presents the results of a Stakeholder Analysis of Canadian Forces (CF) Counter Improvised Explosive Device (IED) training courses. The Stakeholder Analysis was used to inform the design, development and evaluation of an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) for the IED Disposal (IEDD) Operator Course. This work was conducted under Contract W7711-09-8153/001/TOR “Intelligent Tutoring for Distance Learning” for Defence Research Development Canada(DRDC) Toronto by CAE Professional Services (CAE PS). One of the most challenging activities for a distance education facilitator is to be responsive to student needs and customize the learning experience to the student’s individual learning style, help socialize the student to the institution, and keep the learner engaged in spite of the isolated environment. To achieve these goals, Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) – Toronto has initiated an Applied Research Project (ARP) to investigate mechanisms to improve efficiency and effectiveness for the Canadian Forces (CF) distance learning capability. In order to support these goals, a Requirement and Stakeholder Analysis for the CF Counter-IED Training Courses was undertaken by CAE PS to investigate the requirements of stakeholders of the CF IEDD Operator Course for the development of adaptive learning technology integration and validation plans. Given the high failure rate in the existing IEDD Operator Course, problematic aspects of the course was one of the

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Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-CR-2010-059 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
01 Jun 2010
Number of Pages
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