Kochi: The Naval Institute of Educational and Training Technology (NIETT) which completed 50 glorious years in its service to the nation on April 25 is the Indian Navy’s premier Institute for ‘Training the Trainer’ and the first Indian Navy training unit to receive the ISO certification in Aug 1998.
As part of ongoing Golden Jubilee Year celebrations, Vice Admiral AK Chawla PVSM, AVSM, NM, VSM, ADC Flag Officer Commanding-in- Chief, Southern Naval Command July 26 inaugurated a modern Educational Technology Lab at NIETT, equipped with Immersive technologies headsets and 3D training aids/gadgets.
During the event, Vice Admiral AK Chawla also released the eighth edition of ‘Learning Lounge’ – the Biennial Training Journal of NIETT. The Learning Lounge highlights emerging trends in training technologies and educates trainers to create, develop and effectively utilise the dynamic learning environment.
The Institute trains officers and sailors of all branches of the Indian Navy, who undertake Instructional duties. In addition, NIETT also trains officers from the Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Coast Guard and Friendly Foreign Countries. NIETT produces quality Training films, conduct Media Interaction workshops for Indian Navy ships and facilitates printing and production of training resource material for unit under Southern Naval Command.