The Royal New Zealand Air Force is developing P-8A Poseidon training courses under a new partnership with Beca, Copernicus Technology, Aquila Learning, and Catalyst Cloud.
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The New Zealand Ministry of Defence initiative will be based on Royal Air Force and the United States Navy training material to bring RNZAF P-8A Poseidon aircraft capability into service.
Catalyst Cloud will provide the sovereign hosting solution for the training development environment and Copernicus Technology will bring development experience for the RAF P-8A training courses using the Aquila ALaRMS Learning Management System.
“We are delighted to continue our support of NZDF Air Surveillance Reconnaissance Force capability,” said Beca Applied Technologies, major programs business director Brian Fearnley.
“Following a 15-year association in the upgrade and support of the recently retired P-3K2 Orion, Beca are again engaged in a critical support and enabling role for the newly acquired RNZAF P-8A Poseidon fleet.”