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Chief Training Officer (CTO)
A Chief Training Officer (CTO) is responsible for leading multi-discipline teams in the planning, prioritizing, conducting, and assessing of crew, flight controller, and instructor training for human spaceflight. CTOs design and integrate efficient training plans for all flight phases. They are responsible for individual and team performance and integrating and communicating plans for a wide variety of training formats. CTOs develop and use best practices to enhance efficiency for the International Space Station (ISS), Commercial Crew, Commercial Resupply, and Artemis programs. This includes
This role requires a high degree of awareness of training objectives and the means of achieving them, as well as the ability to integrate specialized input from team members in the development of a team plan.
CTOs routinely integrate training content at the Program level, which involves close coordination between FOD and its supported Programs, International Partners, Commercial Vehicle providers, and external customers. These interfaces require integration of diverse cultural considerations and opinions to reach an achievable path forward. A CTO will accomplish this via participation in FOD and related Program boards and panels, where they regularly present integrated training concepts, requirements, statuses, and flight readiness. This can involve conducting multi-party telecons and presenting at boards, panels, and working groups at NASA Centers, Commercial Company sites across the US, and International Partner locations across the globe. Completion of the CTO certification process and formal CTO certification is required.
In addition to these primary roles, CTOs support other assignments to best utilize their unique skills, experience, and interests. These include but are not limited to
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