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Overview 15 March 2012. Agenda. Overview of AIM Introduction of AIM Team Traditional AIM AIM in the NETC Enterprise Training Management Framework (ETMF). AIM Overview. GOTS training content authoring software tool for instructor-led and blended training

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15 March 2012

  • Overview of AIM
  • Introduction of AIM Team
  • Traditional AIM
  • AIM in the NETC Enterprise Training Management Framework (ETMF)
aim overview

AIM Overview

GOTS training content authoring software tool for instructor-led and blended training

Improve efficiency in learning content development, maintenance, and reuse

Ensure standardized, systematic approach to training methods and products

Originally based on Navy standard NAVEDTRA 130/131 Guidelines

Helping to define, test, and implement emerging Navy Integrated Learning Environment (ILE) standards per NAVEDTRA 136 and NAVEDTRA 137

Prototype LO Module; NMCI certification

Navy ILE ILT authoring/maintenance tool

Prototype Content Planning Module (CPM)

NMCI Certification & Distribution of AIM LO Module

CPM Operational

Major CPM/LO Module updates including JDTA & OCCSTD support

Enterprise hosting of AIM I/II Central Sites and CPM

Prototype of Web-based LO Module

AIM Historical Perspective







  • CNET drafts Operational Requirement (OR)
  • NPRDC Conducts R&D
  • NPRDC Awards R&D Contract
  • CNO Establish Project Manager
  • AIM MNS/Milestone 0 Approved
  • Milestone I/II approved
  • Initial version of AIM (UNIX) distributed
  • Milestone III approved (Implementation)
  • AIM System Support Office (SSO) at NAWCTSD Established
  • AIM II Implementation
  • AIM I Implementation
  • Program Management Shift to NAWCTSD
  • IETM Interface
  • SCORM Output Utility
  • SQL Server
  • Word as editor; IMI Library
  • AIM first GOTS SCORM Adopter

Program of Record with history of continuous improvement and successful adaptability in meeting the user’s changing requirements and technology advances

current deployment

Current Deployment

In use at over 200 locations

Estimated 250,000 hours of instructional content exists in AIM

2000+ trained and experienced AIM users

Robust support infrastructure in place:

350+ users trained each year

Effective help desk

End-user designed and managed via user community Functional Requirements Board (FRB)

aim user organizations
AIM User Organizations
  • NETC Learning Centers:
    • Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT)
    • Surface Combat Systems (CSCS)
    • Submarine Learning (SLC)
    • Explosive Ordnance Disposal & Diving (CEODD)
    • Information Dominance (CID) / Naval Intelligence
    • Surface Warfare Officer’s School (SWOS) / Naval Engineering
    • Personal and Professional Development (CPPD)
    • Security Forces (CSF)
    • SEABEEs and Facility Engineer (CSFE)
  • Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
  • Strategic Systems Programs (SSP)
  • Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
  • Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
  • Commander Naval Installations Command (CNIC)
  • Navy Medicine Manpower, Personnel, Education and Training Command (NAVMED MPT&E)
  • Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWC)
  • Naval Shipyards Training Central Design Group (NSTEP)
  • Special Operations Forces Program Management Office (SOFPMO)
aim management organization
AIM Management Organization

Configuration Control

Board (CCB)/

Resource Sponsorship:


Functional Area



Functional Area



Functional Area



Functional Area






Board (FRB)







Prime Support Contractor-


System Support

Office (SSO)


aim team points of contact
AIM Team Points of Contact
  • Navy Program Manager: Tiffany Dombrowski / 407-380-4431 –
  • Navy Lead Engineer: Ron Zinnato / 407-380-4667 –
  • Contractor Program Manager: Jim Ferrall / 703-494-1416 /
  • ISD Support: Jamie Stewart / 757-481-2837 /
aim background
AIM Background
  • Follows ISD rules of the PADDIE model
  • Two versions:
    • AIM I: Built on NAVEDTRA 131 PPP-based Curriculum Guidelines
    • AIM II: Built on NAVEDTRA 130 Task Based Curriculum Guidelines
aim outputs
AIM Outputs
  • Printed Hardcopy Materials
  • PDF (“electronic paper”)
  • SCORM Compliant XML Files for browser-based viewing and use in electronic classrooms
  • Database export for use in other AIM systems
maintenance surveillance of current curriculum
Maintenance/Surveillance of Current Curriculum
  • Manual Process
    • Checking Resources
    • Validating Objectives
    • Id Affected Test Items
    • LP/TG DP/RIA/Sheet Chgs
  • Results
    • Time Consuming
    • Error-prone
maintenance surveillance of aim curriculum
Maintenance/Surveillance of AIM Curriculum
  • Relational Database
  • Resources Linked to Tasks
  • Resources/Tasks Linked to Objectives
  • Resources/Tasks/Objectives Linked to Tests
  • Resources/Tasks/Objectives Linked to LP/TG
  • Automated
  • Minimize Human Error
  • Reduce Surveillance/Maintenance Time
additional traditional aim benefits
Additional Traditional AIM Benefits
  • SCORM XML output for use with LMS
  • Browsable XML/HTML and PDF for use in the electronic classroom – tested with Elite and the Navy LMS
  • IETM interface capabilities for development, delivery, and surveillance
  • Centralized management capability via Citrix Metaframe-based Central Sites for each NETC Learning Center community, hosted at NETPDTC
netc policy and supporting tools

NETC Policy and Supporting Tools

* Fully supports ILT objects and supports self-paced objects w/ other authoring tools.

mt continuum prototype project
MT Continuum Prototype Project
  • SSP re-engineering 30+ week training pipeline for TRIDENT SSBN Missile Techs (MTs) into blended just-enough/just-in-time ILE-conformant Instructor Led (ILT) and self-paced continuum of learning
  • New AIM CPM and LO Module toolsets core part of SSP’s baseline business process for this re-engineering
  • First major end-to-end design, development, and maintenance project that’s validating and extending CPM/LO Module business rules and data exchange mechanisms in accordance with NAVEDTRA 136/137

I/ITSEC 2010 MT Continuum White Paper

I/ITSEC 2010 MT Continuum Presentation

Narrated CPM-LO Module Blended Learning Video



Content Planning Module (CPM)

Learning Object (LO) Module

Interfaces with NETC

Enterprise Training Management Framework


aim summary
AIM Summary
  • History of AIM
    • Consistent success in past, updated over time, now extending to blended learning
    • Leveraging historical ROI and TOC reduction
  • One GOTS toolset supporting:
    • Traditional content development/maintenance
      • NAVEDTRA 130B/131B
    • Migration of traditional to new content standards
      • NAVEDTRA 136/137
    • New development/support of blended learning
      • ILT & self-paced
aim summary contd
AIM Summary(contd)

Fills gaps in current Navy Training Environment:

ILT toolset supporting emerging NAVEDTRA 136 standard

JDTA links to learning content

Future linkage between JDTA & Navy OCCSTDs

Integrated JDTA-based design, development, and maintenance of both ILT and self-paced learning content

Automated surveillance capability to drive down significant total ownership cost of learning content

AIM toolset is filling those gaps as demonstrated by MT Continuum prototype project and NETC ETMF