Inzpire has been awarded a contract by Capita to deliver a 9-month training needs analysis programme to UK Space Command.
Following the formation of UK Space Command on 1 April 2021 the training requirements for the UK’s space workforce need to be identified in order to maximise the existing skills and talent of the military, civilian and commercial personnel involved in the project.
In order to identify these requirements, Inzpire’s specialist training consultants will conduct a full training needs analysis utilising agile methodology and the principles of JSP 822 Defence Systems Approach to Training to meet the specific requirements of the space domain.
The process will include an initial assessment followed by in-depth evaluations of competency frameworks to identify training requirements for specific job roles, producing a training gap analysis report including required training objectives and finally the creation of a detailed training needs report.
Inzpire has extensive experience in this area, having delivered training needs analysis for the RAF's future ISR asset, the Protector Remotely Piloted Air System and UK defence intelligence at Defence Intelligence Training Group Chicksands. Internationally, the company’s training consultants have already delivered capability and training development assessments to customers in the fields of electronic warfare and unmanned air systems.
Tineke Brooks, head of Inzpire’s Training Services Division said: "Inzpire's Training Services Division is absolutely delighted to be supporting UK Space Command with the development of such a vital capability.
“We look forward to working collaboratively with UK Space Command and the wider space community to review current and future space training requirements".
The UK Space Command officially stood up on 1 April 2021 and is a Joint Command staffed from the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force and the Civil Service. MoD Crown Copyright 2021, SAC Ryan Murray
Inzpire’s Training Services Division provides consultancy and end-to-end training services including training analysis, design and development, digital learning and training assurance externally to clients worldwide and also internally to Inzpire’s own employees.
The team prides itself on the quality and flexibility of its scoping and analysis toolset and is able to conduct focussed and objective analysis for training, job roles, equipment or processes in any given market or sector, and has done successfully, both in the UK and abroad.
Inzpire’s training consultants, each with a minimum of 10 years’ training consultancy experience are skilled and qualified in the delivery and provision of scoping exercises, role analysis, gap analysis, method and media analysis and training options analysis.
Inzpire's Space Division consists of current, qualified and experienced ex-military space operators with a combined space experience of over 15 years consisting of operating, exercising, planning and teaching all aspects of space operations.
The UK Space Command officially stood up on 1 April 2021 and is a Joint Command staffed from the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force and the Civil Service. When fully operationally capable, UK Space Command will provide command and control of all of Defence’s space capabilities, including UK Space Operations Centre (SpOC), SKYNET Satellite Communications, RAF Fylingdales, and other enabling capabilities (information sourced from https://www.gov.uk/guidance/uk-space-command).
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