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Founded in 2004, Cape Henry Associates (CHA) is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) specializing in Manpower Analysis, Personnel Analysis, and Training (MPT) services.
Configuration-Based Requirements Analysis, or CoBRA, is the Cape Henry Associates (CHA) approach to Training Gap Analysis (TGA). CHA’s CoBRA team leverages our Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) technology, Lighthouse, and Navy configuration data to organize, structure, validate, standardize, and compare manpower and training information from disparate sources.
Systems Analysis and Training Requirements (SATR) is the establishing pillar of our business. Since our founding, our experts have worked on more than 200 significant system-level Manpower, Personnel, and Training (MPT) development efforts.
Cape Henry Associates’ (CHA’s) Seamanship and Small Craft Group, or SSC, boasts a combined 285 years of active duty U.S. Navy experience, and eight years of corporate experience delivering specialized Human Systems Integration (HSI) and Manpower, Personnel, and Training (MPT) support. With 168 deliveries since its inception in 2011, this group’s no-fail approach produces results that are highly sought after by Navy program managers.
Training Development, or TRADEV, designs and develops learning content across a wide spectrum of topics using virtually every industry-standard medium. Cape Henry Associates’ TRADEV group has the expertise on hand to produce optimal training solutions ranging from basic boatswain’s mate courses to advanced control systems training.
Unit Manpower Training (UMT) is our Manpower, Personnel, and Training (MPT) work at the ship, ship-class, and deployable unit levels. Ship and ship-class plans involve the systematic integration and rationalization of multiple system-level plans – work that invariably involves planning for thousands of crewmembers.