Dependable and resourceful Training Specialist and Instructional Designer knowledgeable in theories and methods used in designing, developing and delivering successful training programs; adept at learning new products and services. Results-oriented United States Air Force veteran with 9 years experience delivering concise instruction with clear objectives on job roles and expectations utilizing adult learning concepts. Seeking a role as a Mid-Level Technical Writer.
Developed a 97-page training manual, in both hard and soft copies.
Evaluated training materials prepared by instructors.
Developed training program for specific, assigned job tasks, including data link interconnectivity with aircraft weapon systems, equipment identification, and air surveillance operations.
Developed and delivered all technical training materials.
Instructed through lectures, discussions and demonstrations in radar produced imagery, data link operations, and equipment usage and identification.
Integrated technology into each training session such as the Smartboard, Modular Control Equipment Trainer (MCET), Microsoft PowerPoint and video streaming.
Designed and created daily lesson plans for activities in accordance with directives and training standards.
Organized and presented 2054 documented hours of hands-on activities and lectures.
Drafted more than 150 job aids for five departments.
Conducted one-on-one tutoring for new users in MCET, Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS) and Modular Control Equipment TYQ 23.
Managed team of five curriculum development professionals over six months during creation of a data link course.
Rehabilitated trainee evaluation process; systematized performance requirements, grading objectives and standards.
Documented, filed and maintained proper trainer/trainee records and quality assurance documents.
Integrated innovative alternatives to generate revenue and reduce unnecessary costs as Approving Official for $180K account.
Analyzed complex regulation and policy documents that directly impacted budgetary and financial matters to ensure total compliance with federal regulations.
Established and maintained data link connectivity between Modular Control Equipment ground based units and compatible aircraft weapons systems.
Managed 130 personnel training records; made certain 100% acquiescence with training requirements resulting in zero deployment manpower shortfalls.
Directly supervised 15 subordinate team members; providing verbal and written evaluations, performance feedback and advising.
Designed electronic file systems and maintained electronic and paper files.
Handled all media and public relations inquiries.
Created PowerPoint presentations used for business development.
Scheduled daily allocation of shared aircraft communications equipment with Japanese Self Defense Air Force (JSDAF); created positive working environment and increased productivity with reduction in down time due to prearranged agreements.
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