Training Subcommittee

Chair: Alexandra Steiner, Ph.D., AMERICAN SYSTEMS
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Dr. Alexandra Steiner is a program management and instructional design professional with 18 years of progressive experience managing large-scale programs, focusing on performance outcomes, and linking solutions to business goals. A strategic planner, Alex is known for providing expertise in needs analysis, solutioning, implementation planning, and program evaluation. An I/ITSEC volunteer since 2015, she has sat on the Human Performance Analysis and Engineering (HPAE) and Training subcommittees.

Deputy Chair: Koren Odermann, Client Solution Architects (CSA)
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This subcommittee seeks papers that discuss the application of innovative concepts, methods, and technologies to create effective training solutions. Papers should present a design framework based on literature, analysis of current solutions and training needs, and practical application. Popular topic areas include agile and adaptive training strategies, integration techniques, training system interoperability, individual and collective team training, crew coordination, and legacy system upgrades. Evaluations of training effectiveness and lessons learned, documented with quantifiable data, are also encouraged. Emerging areas of interest include technology based medical training, cyber training, augmented reality and virtual training environments, game-based learning, and training techniques to deal with uncertain and rapidly changing environments. The subcommittee is interested in all phases of training system design and development including planning, analysis, design, development, deployment, evaluation, and life cycle support. Submissions from new industries that demonstrate innovative and effective training methods are welcomed.