RaceRocks 3D to design training systems for Royal Canadian Navy’s Resolve-Class ship

Victoria, BC. – RaceRocks, an Education Technology (EdTech) Small Business (SMB) located in Victoria BC, has announced today that it has signed an agreement with Canada’s largest shipbuilder, Chantier Davie Canada Inc. (CDCI), and Federal Fleet Services. (FFS), to deliver a full complement of modern Technology Enabled Learning (TEL) systems for the Resolve Class Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) ship.

This training will fully integrate with the Royal Canadian Navy’s newly announced Naval Training System (NTS) and will be inherently compatible with the Defence Learning Network (DLN) and Canadian Virtual Naval Fleet (CVNF).  “RaceRocks has extensive experience integrating its world-class training tools into the NTS” comments Spencer Fraser, CEO FFS, “and we are delighted to have this Western Canadian SMB on our team.  In fact, it is our understanding that this will be the first clean slate development specifically designed for the RCN’s NTS.”

“I am very excited to be working with Project Resolve Inc… Their innovative solution taps Canadian ingenuity at the small and medium sized business levels to solve a major capability gap for our Navy… You can’t get a more holistic benefit to Canada than that” –Scott Dewis, CEO RaceRocks

Notes to Editors

 RaceRocks 3D Inc (RaceRocks) is a Canadian EdTech company that develops technology enabled learning systems for the aerospace & defence and  the oil & gas sectors.  RaceRocks has also provided learning services for various governments (B.C. & Alberta) and was competitively selected as part of the federal government’s learning services standing offer and supplier arrangement; under which it provides training directly to the Royal Canadian Navy. See website www.racerocks3d.ca for more details.

 “At RaceRocks we believe that the heart of a highly trained naval force is its people. We train people. Our mission is to align learning with the way those people think, work and play.” – Scott Dewis, CEO RaceRocks