Reston, VA, February 21, 2020 — This February, NTSA (National Training & Simulation Association) Newsletter put a spotlight on the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Enterprise Classroom Program (ECP) which Pragmatics has been supporting for almost ten years.
TRADOC Enterprise Classroom Program provides training environments to support more than 600,000 soldiers annually. In the past decade, Pragmatics has continuously developed and introduced new solutions for our clients to better leverage emerging educational technologies and maximize learning in training delivery effectiveness for the US Army. Pragmatics’ support for the Petroleum Water Department (PWD) of the Quartermaster School in Fort Lee, VA, is one of the most outstanding performances and results in a huge success.
“We introduced a new Active Learning Classroom two years ago and have had great success in an 18-month pilot,” said Mike Sousa, Director of Infrastructure Solutions at Pragmatics. According to NTSA Newsletter, starting 18 months ago, the Petroleum Water Department (PWD) of the Quartermaster School in Fort Lee, VA began spearheading several new ECP initiatives supported by Pragmatics. Over the 18 months, multiple instances of the course have been delivered in this environment and it has resulted in delivering successful results both in improved test scores and a more engaging student experience which has benefitted the Army’s Operational readiness.
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