Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/106134
Type: Report
Title: Skill acquisition and retention in training: DSTO support to the army ammunition study
Author: Stothard, C.
Nicholson, R.
Publisher: DSTO Electronics and Surveillance Research Laboratory
Issue Date: 2012
Series/Report no.: Client report ; DSTO-CR-0218
Assignee: Defence Science and Technology Organisation
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Christina Stothard and Robin Nicholson
Abstract: This work was undertaken within the Land Preparedness Studies Task (ARM 01/059) within the Land Operations Division. It is in response to the request for DSTO support contained within the Terms of Reference for the Army Ammunition Study (AAS). This request was for DSTO to assist in developing a better understanding of skill degradation (retention) and acquisition, with the view that this would enable accurate prediction of training requirements and, in the longer term, develop tools to predict levels of proficiency provided by different training regimes.
Description: Approved for Public Release - Unclassified
Rights: © Commonwealth of Australia 2001
RMID: 0030071482
Published version: http://dspace.dsto.defence.gov.au/dspace/handle/1947/3401
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