2020 News 

RCN Selects RaceRocks as Digital Training Technology Solution

March 3, 2020 – RaceRocks (RaceRocks3D Inc.) has been awarded a contract to implement the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) distributed learning program over the next five years. Having proven itself as one of the most innovative and agile naval training companies in Canada the Victoria based technology firm will continue its support of the RCN by developing technology tools for modern distributed learning and delivering a sustainable and flexible system that integrates the heritage, ethos and leadership philosophy of the RCN.

The work will support the RCN’s overarching Digital Navy Initiative to enhance the quality of professional development and ensure that Navy personnel have the tools and capabilities needed to leverage the tremendous opportunities of rapidly evolving digital technologies. “This is such an exciting time for the Navy and RaceRocks as we develop innovative ways to empower people,” said Anita Pawluk, President of RaceRocks. “We believe the heart of naval force generation is its people. Our passion is to align learning with the way people think, work, and play; striving to make learning seamless across career and life.”

RaceRocks has a proven history of delivering high value, quality products and programs to the RCN through an agile project approach that facilitates a collaborative and open environment. The new contract provides RaceRocks with the opportunity to continue to build upon this success and further enhance the training systems for the RCN. “We’re building on the successes of our four year MARTECH TEL contract with this new Distributed Learning contract to bring innovative digital learning solutions to the RCN and be an industry partner to deliver on its digital strategy initiatives. It’s our vision and goal to collaborate with our partners at NPTG, NTDC, and the RCN and empower them with authentic solutions. This contract provides the perfect platform to achieve this goal as well as allowing the RaceRocks team set the industry standard for immersive and decision-driven training systems.”

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