Archives: Programs

Archives: Programs

Contribute, Approve, Curate, Hyper-Distribution Engine (CACHE)

Leveraging machine learning to get the right content to the right learner at the right time.  CACHE, funded by the Office of Naval Research, uses AI and machine learning to help people easily share what they know with each other. CACHE is a website that makes it easy for junior learners to find and use
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Operationally Directed Instructional Network-Engineering Library (ODIN-EL)

Harnessing legacy data through AI to enhance Sailor maintenance training. Just as existing infrastructure is maintained and enhanced, training programs can be revitalized by incorporating advanced capabilities for the future while preserving and leveraging past successes and investments including the wealth of data that has been collected over time. These legacy training programs have demonstrated
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Maritime Trades Magnet Program

The Maritime Trades Magnet (MTM) program is a Department of Education-funded project that targets the introduction to and use of maritime-related advanced manufacturing technologies by local 10th and 11th grade students. Thirteen high schools across Hampton Roads, the New Horizons Regional Education Center, and two community centers were provided with advanced manufacturing equipment, supplies, and
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Maritime Entry-to-Employment Training Program

A Resource for Workforce Development and Economic Growth The Maritime Entry-to-Employment Training (MEET) program is an extension of the successful Coastal Virginia Maritime Advancement Program (COVA MAP) used by over 800 participants, over 300 of which entered the maritime industry.  MEET provides high-quality online pre-entry trades training courses that are reviewed and approved by industry
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Maritime Skilled Trades Alignment Program

To meet the maritime workforce demand required to deliver naval shipbuilding, repair, maintenance, and modernization, the Hampton Roads region of Virginia will require 10,000 new skilled tradespeople within the next 5 years. The Maritime Skilled Trades Alignment Project (MSTAP) will use a single maritime trade as a pilot to create an architectural framework for future
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Coastal Coders

Targeting the future maritime workforce, Coastal Coders seeks to engage K-12 students through immersive simulations to make connections between computer science and emergent, digital technologies revolutionizing sectors of the maritime industry. Users explore computational thinking challenges and Virginia Department of Education computer science standards as they navigate various careers and examples of maritime technologies which
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Curriculum Development and STEM Outreach Program

Hampton Maritime Academy Curriculum Development Supporting the Virginia Ship Repair Association Maritime Academy (VSRA-MA) Hampton High School through redesign of curriculum in ship design, shipbuilding, and repair courses.  Higher Education Curriculum  VDMC has also developed various higher education courses aiming to serve the future maritime workforce. Below is a list of courses and programs developed
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