Whether performing Military, National Security, or First Responder operations, there is no substitute for effective training. Effective training is essential to fielding equipment successfully and sustaining its proper operation. Regardless of how advanced a technology is, improper or inadequate training will negatively impact its performance, capability, and intended purpose. Conversely, effective training allows operators to maximize the equipment’s capabilities while operating with confidence, efficiency, and precision.
At L2 Defense, our mission is to provide accurate, relevant and results-oriented training products and services that emphasize both operator performance and safety. In pursuit of this mission, we rigorously prepare operators and maintainers for the accomplishment of their mission through the use of classroom instruction, realistic scenarios and hands-on practical application. We provide state-of-the art and solution-based training designed to improve student’s confidence, knowledge base, and operational capability.
Leveraging our staff’s distinguished military and civilian service experience, certifications, training, and training experience, we support Military, First Responder and civilian training projects of varied scope and size. From serving as an on-demand training contractor for equipment manufacturers, to managing and executing large, multi-service Department of Defense training programs. L2 Defense is committed to excellence in training and embraces every opportunity to take the podium to educate end Users.
Some of our equipment and operations training offerings include:
- U.S. military- and government-compliant instructional design (e.g., ADDIE, SCORM, FLETA)
- New equipment, Concept of Operation (CONOPS), Tactics, Techniques & Procedures (TTP), and Doctrinal training
- Operator, maintainer, instructor and key personnel training
- Interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) and computer-based training
- Leadership and support for situational training exercises, large-scale demonstrations, and tabletop exercises