Topic: Training

Award-winning training

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Lieutentant Ashley Bick, left, and Captain Heath Robertson from Training Authority - Maritime Warfare with the Australian Institute of Training and Development Excellence Award for Best Blended Learning Solution for Maritime Warfare Officer Course Phase III. (photo: )

Lieutentant Ashley Bick, left, and Captain Heath Robertson from Training Authority - Maritime Warfare with the Australian Institute of Training and Development Excellence Award for Best Blended Learning Solution for Maritime Warfare Officer Course Phase III.

Navy Training Force has been presented an Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) Excellence Award for the dynamic delivery of one of its most popular courses.

Navigation training goes online

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Sub Lieutenants Simon Fenech, Ryan Denholm, Josh Mavin and Natasha Price of HMAS Choules completed the Integrated Bridge Systems Operator Training. (photo: )

Sub Lieutenants Simon Fenech, Ryan Denholm, Josh Mavin and Natasha Price of HMAS Choules completed the Integrated Bridge Systems Operator Training.

The Royal Australian Navy is providing junior officers with a unique training experience that provides a greater level of hands-on application on one of the fleet’s largest ships.

Disaster experience leads to career change

Published on by LCDR Des Paroz (author), CPOIS Cameron Martin (photographer)

Acting Sub Lieutenant Carolyn Johnsen is presented the Rear Admiral Hammond sword for the most outstanding graduate by Rear Admiral Lee Goddard, CSC, RAN, during the New Entry Officers' Course 63 Graduation parade at HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay. (photo: CPOIS Cameron Martin)

Acting Sub Lieutenant Carolyn Johnsen is presented the Rear Admiral Hammond sword for the most outstanding graduate by Rear Admiral Lee Goddard, CSC, RAN, during the New Entry Officers' Course 63 Graduation parade at HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay.

Deployment to Operation FIJI ASSIST in 2016 started now Acting Sub Lieutenant Johnsen on a path to commissioning, culminating most recently in graduating from NEOC 63.

Proud Tongan graduates from Royal Australian Naval College

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The Australian White Ensign leads the march past of the New Entry Officers' Course 63 graduation parade held at HMAS Creswell in Jervis Bay. (photo: CPOIS Cameron Martin)

The Australian White Ensign leads the march past of the New Entry Officers' Course 63 graduation parade held at HMAS Creswell in Jervis Bay.

There were few prouder graduates of NEOC 63 than the parade flagbearer Midshipman Paula Ulakai, a former Boatswain's Mate from Tonga who has a sentimental connection with the Australian White Ensign.

Midshipman demonstrates service during tough year

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New Entry Officers' Course 63 graduate Midshipman Charles Sargant, at HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay. (photo: CPOIS Cameron Martin)

New Entry Officers' Course 63 graduate Midshipman Charles Sargant, at HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay.

For one graduate of the NEOC 63 class, demonstrating the Defence Value of Service began early when he volunteered in his local community during the Australian bushfire crisis in 2019-20.

Former Royal Marine lands Navy combat training role

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Newly commissioned Lieutenant Ian Boddy, at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Benjamin Ricketts)

Newly commissioned Lieutenant Ian Boddy, at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney.

For newly commissioned Lieutenant Ian Boddy, his previous service career as a Royal Marine Commando has been invaluable in shaping littoral combat training for the Royal Australian Navy.

Navy’s newest Officers graduate

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A formation of Royal Australian Navy helicopters conducts a flyover of the parade ground at HMAS Creswell during the New Entry Officers' Course 63 graduation ceremony. (photo: CPOIS Cameron Martin)

A formation of Royal Australian Navy helicopters conducts a flyover of the parade ground at HMAS Creswell during the New Entry Officers' Course 63 graduation ceremony.

More than 150 graduates of the Royal Australian Navy’s latest New Entry Officers’ Course (NEOC) have become the first to affirm their commitment to the new Defence Values.

Reserve training gets a revamp

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Angela Faulkner (author), CPO Christian Duncan (photographer)

The October Reserve Entry Officers' Course cohort participated in leadership training Operation Jaywick at Royal Australian Naval College HMAS Creswell for the first time last month. (photo: )

The October Reserve Entry Officers' Course cohort participated in leadership training Operation Jaywick at Royal Australian Naval College HMAS Creswell for the first time last month.

The ambition to create quality Naval Officers who are well-prepared for a career at sea has resulted in a number of innovations to the Reserve Entry Officers’ Course offered by the Royal Australian Naval College, HMAS Creswell.

Innovative training delivers future capability

Published on by SBLT Huon Fairbairn (author), ABCIS Riley Smith (photographer)

Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Thomas Hiramatsu, right, drives HMAS Ararat from the port bridge wing, supervised by Executive Officer Lieutenant Iris Van Kampen, and with Lead Instructor Lieutenant Commander Alicia Runde, during the Small Ships Navigation Course at sea off the Kimberley coastline. (photo: )

Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Thomas Hiramatsu, right, drives HMAS Ararat from the port bridge wing, supervised by Executive Officer Lieutenant Iris Van Kampen, and with Lead Instructor Lieutenant Commander Alicia Runde, during the Small Ships Navigation Course at sea off the Kimberley coastline.

The global pandemic has certainly presented challenges and hardship for the Australian community to endure. However, it has also presented the Royal Australian Navy the opportunity to devise innovative approaches toward training delivery and generating future capability.

Penguin opens new Boatswain Faculty

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Anthony Martin (author), ABIS Benjamin Ricketts (photographer)

Students and instructors and special guest Director Training Authority - Maritime Warfare, Captain Heath Robertson, CSC, HADC, RAN, (second from left, front row), stand together for their first group photo after the opening of the new Boatswain Faculty at HMAS Penguin, Sydney.  (photo: ABIS Benjamin Ricketts)

Students and instructors and special guest Director Training Authority - Maritime Warfare, Captain Heath Robertson, CSC, HADC, RAN, (second from left, front row), stand together for their first group photo after the opening of the new Boatswain Faculty at HMAS Penguin, Sydney.

At HMAS Penguin in Sydney a new Boatswain Faculty has been opened to enhance Boatswain training supporting units in the region.