The National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA) is hosting Training Transformation in Light of Covid-19, a “Part B” webinar to its series with I/ITSEC Services Leadership on Wednesday, July 22, from 10:30 am – 11:30 am. In this conversation, NTSA turns its attention to the future with the Lead Service Executives responsible for providing opportunities for the training and education of the military. What are the challenges individuals are facing, and how will the future in training and education be impacted?

NTSA President RADM James Robb, USN retired, will be facilitating a discussion with modeling, simulation, and training Service Executives about the ways in which they are leading their organizations through Covid-19-related challenges. Attendees can participate in the discussion first-hand on ways the military may be considering the future of training and simulation. The information provided through this webinar aims to help organizations better plan for current and future opportunities, prepare for what may come next in training, and provide insights through questions on the ways in which Service Executives can lead the industry through this crisis to ensure the best training and education for warfighters.

Speakers include Capt. Tim Hill, US Navy, Commanding Officer NAWCTSD & NSA Orlando; Lt. Col. Troy Peterson, US Marine Corps, Product Manager Individual Training Systems; Col. John Kurian, US Air Force, Senior Materiel Leader, Chief - Simulators Division, Agile Combat Support, AFLCMC/WNS; and US Army leadership.

Registration is now open for the July webinar and is complimentary for all who wish to join.

The webinar will provide opportunities for discussion with the audience through a question-and-answer session as a part of the event.