Live action videos aid in training

Joshua Paul, a videographer from the Naval Training Development Centre, and LS Sabrina Wyns. Photo by Master Seaman D. Ann Marie Aird

Joshua Paul, a videographer from the Naval Training Development Centre, and LS Sabrina Wyns. Photo by Master Seaman D. Ann Marie Aird

A combined team from the Naval Training Development Centre (Pacific) and MARPAC Imaging embarked in HMCS Calgary last week to film live action videos that will be used to support the new Marine Technician (MARTECH) training.

The team managed to negotiate Calgary’s engineering spaces with their cameras and lighting equipment to capture footage that will be used to create four videos to support training for the new generation of sailors entering the fleet.

Calgary’s crew enthusiastically supported filming, providing personnel as subject matter experts and on-screen actors. 

The Naval Training Development Centre’s mandate is to provide technology enabled learning support to the Naval Fleet Schools aimed towards modernizing naval training. They are currently developing distance learning solutions, large format printing, 3D printing, and multi-media products for classroom learning. It is through the support of units such as HMCS Calgary that the Naval Training Development Centre can achieve its mandate.

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