Frode Voll Mjelde & Petter Lunde 2019-04-09T14:56:01+00:00

Cdr Frode Voll Mjelde & Cdr Petter Lunde

Cdr Frode Voll Mjelde, The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy

Joined the Norwegian Navy in 1990. Graduated from The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy in 1995, with a Bachelor of Science Electronics. Graduated from the US Naval Postgraduate School in 2013 with a MSc in Human Systems Integration. Various positions on Fast Patrol Boats, Coastguard and Mine Counter Measure Vessels, including international deployments. Worked the last 10 years at The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy; focusing on Human Factors Integration, Simulator systems, Team training & assessment and leadership development.

Cdr Petter Lunde, The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy

Joined the Norwegian Navy in 1985, Graduated from The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy in 1987, and proceeded to study Nautical Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. Various positions on Fast Patrol Boats and Mine Hunting vessels, including two years as Commanding Officer of a Mine Hunter with three international deployments. Been working at The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy since 1999, with focus on utilization of simulation within Teaching, Training, Evaluation, Assessment and Research since then. Main competence area is facilitating simulation in order to maximize outcome of simulated activity.

ABSTRACT
Team Resilience Training in Virtual and Live Environments

The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy (RNoNA) has an interest in enhancing military teams’ knowledge, skills and abilities to deal with complex situations and environments. To produce cost effective training methods, we have focused on developing curriculums for virtual and live training, both separately and in combined (blended) scenarios. We have found strong connections and transferability of team performance efforts and assessments between virtual and live training environments.

OBJECTIVE: A presentation of The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy’s training philosophy for team leadership development, and how simulated and live training scenarios have been found to answer these requirements. The presentation will also show how creative scenario design can extend the usability of an already installed simulator equipment, without additional cost.