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The Defence Training Review was established by the then Defence Secretary, Lord Robertson, on 22 July 1999 toexamine all individual training and education, Service and civilian, in the British armed forces. The review report, entitled Modernising Defence Training, was published in 2001. The report highlighted that: The programme actually consists of 2 separate projects termed Package 1 and Package 2. Package 1 involves provision of training for engineering and communications, while Package 2 was to provide training for logistics, security, policing and administration.

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  • The Defence Training Review was established by the then Defence Secretary, Lord Robertson, on 22 July 1999 toexamine all individual training and education, Service and civilian, in the British armed forces. The review report, entitled Modernising Defence Training, was published in 2001. The report highlighted that: The programme actually consists of 2 separate projects termed Package 1 and Package 2. Package 1 involves provision of training for engineering and communications, while Package 2 was to provide training for logistics, security, policing and administration.
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  • The Defence Training Review was established by the then Defence Secretary, Lord Robertson, on 22 July 1999 toexamine all individual training and education, Service and civilian, in the British armed forces. The review report, entitled Modernising Defence Training, was published in 2001. The report highlighted that: * Future Defence Training needed to be more integrated; * Training needed to be managed on a Defencewide basis to better support the increasing move towards joint deployments; * That the training estate needed investment and rationalisation to ensure that facilities were used efficiently and were fit for purpose. These recommendations are at the heart of the Defence Training Review Rationalisation Programme - a large and complex 'Public-Private Partnership' (PPP) seeking to transform the way specialist training is delivered in the future. Under a PPP contract a prospective Partner will be responsible for the design and delivery of the majority of the training but the MOD, via senior military officers, will command and retain overall responsibility for the effectiveness of this training. This strong military presence will be maintained to provide skills training and ensure that operational experience is shared with students, and military ethos is upheld. The programme actually consists of 2 separate projects termed Package 1 and Package 2. Package 1 involves provision of training for engineering and communications, while Package 2 was to provide training for logistics, security, policing and administration.
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