Development of a naval reserve training and career progressions analysis application: D69-42/2014E-PDF

« Within the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Naval Reserve (NAVRES), attrition has outpaced recruitment since 2010. In the current fiscal environment, resources for recruiting are limited; this further increases the pressure to improve retention to ensure a sufficiently large workforce. For some years now, there has been concern that personnel tend to leave the organization when they are unable to commit the time required to complete the training necessary for career advancement. This concern is particularly applicable to part-time personnel, who are more likely to have demanding personal or professional commitments outside of the NAVRES (e.g. a full-time civilian job). A stronger understanding of members' career progression patterns and challenges, such as major barriers in completing training, would help the NAVRES to identify key target areas for improving the efficiency of the system such that personnel would be more likely to remain in the NAVRES and advance further in their careers »--Abstract.

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Title Development of a naval reserve training and career progressions analysis application
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Date [2014]
Number of Pages [9] p. :
Catalogue Number
  • D69-42/2014E-PDF
Subject Terms Armed forces, Professional development, Training