SEA has delivered a new submarine communication systems trainer to the Royal Navy Submarine School at HMS Raleigh.
Project Selborne achieves first goal
The consortium responsible for Project Selborne, the outsourcing of most shore-based training for the Royal Navy (RN), has reached a six-month milestone in the 12-year project with the transfer of responsibility for the Future Training Unit (FTU) at HMS Collingwood in Fareham, Hampshire.
Capita-led Team Fisher includes Elbit Systems UK, Fujitsu, Raytheon UK, the University of Lincoln and several smaller British suppliers.
According to a 1 October Capita press release, Raytheon will be responsible for running the FTU, with support from the RN and a number of personnel transferring over. An additional four staff will transfer to Capita’s base in Portsmouth.
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