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International specification for training analysis and design
The ASD/AIA S6000T is a joint transatlantic specification development, where European and American industrial, aerospace and defence manufacturers and customers participate. The goal is to establish a global specification for Training Analysis and Design.
The Instructional Systems Development (ISD) process is comprised of five interrelated phases that are often referred to as the “ADDIE” model: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate. S6000T scope includes the first 2 phases in the process; Analyze and Design. S6000T is the latest S-series specification being drafted by AIA/ASD with the purpose of standardizing the process and data developed by different organizations.
S6000T defines the process for performing a Training Needs Analysis, including the definition of training requirements, learning objectives, and the identification of training curriculum. It also identifies the data model for information exchange with other S-Series specifications.
Version 1.0 was published in February 2020.
Issue 2.0 was published in April 2021. Please download it from the Downloads page..