Anthony M. MasseyTraining Manager /Curriculum Developer / Instructional Designer / InstructorHouston, TX 77002 989-1219Work ExperienceSenior Training ManagerVolt Power, LLC – Atlanta, GA 2019-PresentLeads a dynamic and productive training team that has fully implemented a training program that includes compliance, technical, and professional development training. Manages and updates curriculums, documentation and monitoring of training records, utilizing the Volt LMS to manage Dept of Labor apprenticeship requirements. Successfully implemented SABA learning management system for over 1400 users. Created a training matrix that defines compliance, regulatory, technical, and professional development training requirements for both field and office personnel. Drafted and implemented onboarding training that significantly increased readiness for new employees and make them ready for work within seven days of employment. Created a Dept of Labor approved competency-based apprenticeship program for linemen that prepares participants for journeyman in four years. Developed a delivered Foreman and General Foreman Leadership Programs designed to provide leadership skills for newly promoted front line leaders. Senior Training Specialist / Senior Curriculum DeveloperOceaneering International Inc – Houston, TX 2011 to 2019Develop instructional materials in a variety of formats including instructional design of customized courses and course revisions. Instructional materials include: student workbooks, handouts, instructor guides, job aids, self-study materials, simulations, and alternative delivery methods such as self-paced instruction distance learning, and/or computer based instruction formats. Develops course materials according to structured design process, ADDIE, including developing training outline, objectives, and exams. Conducts needs analysis to ensure course content meets appropriate objectives. Upload and manage computer-based courses in the Learning Management System and answer helpdesk tickets for end users.Key contributor in projecting annual training budget based on regulatory requirements, business initiatives, and individual employee development. Utilizing the Learning Management System, provide metrics to business leaders that highlight course enrollment, course completion, and employee status of competency program completion.Works with subject matter experts to validate course design and content. Assists and collaborates with other course developers to determine additional curriculum needs. Reviews course content and validate course quality by collecting and analyzing student survey data. Record/captures and disseminates training sessions. Delivers instructor-led organizational development and technical training to ensure employees maintain the highest state of readiness according to regulatory standards and career progression . Maintains a Support Training repository. Developed a Train the Trainer program for full-time and adjunct instructors that creates a path to instructor competency.Partner with the HSE Department to ensure technicians are taught the most up to date OSHA requirements, ANSI and AMSE standards, and all other regulatory requirements for both the onshore and offshore environments. Assisted in the creation of Oceaneering Life-Saving Rules and implement rules in safety-based training. Works directly with OPITO to assist affected employees to achieve competency in the appropriate areas by creating and maintaining competency schemes based on job role and equipment.Project ManagerEM-Assist Inc – Temecula, CA 2010 to 2011Project manager responsible for managing contract deliverables including schedules and budgets, which are currently related to environmental management (services and software) and development of environmental training products. Instrumental in making liaison with sub-contractors to deliver innovative computer-based training within allotted time, scope, and budget. Quickly learned and adapted status reports for upper management and client regarding status reports. Expertise in multiple government contracts including time and material, IDIQ, and fixed price. Coordinated and oversaw kick-off meetings ensuring that all stakeholders understood processes and timelines associated with project fulfillment.Senior Instructor/Project Lead Trainer and DeveloperUS Marine Corps Train the Trainer School – Camp Pendleton, CA 2009 to 2010Served as the Course Coordinator for a formal school curriculum developer course providing certification for active duty and civilian stand-up instructors and instructional designers Department of Defense wide. Utilizing the System Approach to Training Manual and the ADDIE model of instruction and design, responsible for curriculum development and delivery. Responsible for delivering instruction via several instructional methods including, informal lecture, demonstration and practical application methods while teaching novices the intricacies of creating unique instructional material for use with Marine Corps Training and Readiness Event. Participated in course content review boards discussing course changes and updates based on the needs of the active duty deployable fleet. Served as project lead while working within the scope, time, and cost of formal schools directors, delivering effective course materials utilized DOD wide. Proficient and renowned for excellent delivery and technical proficiency. Taught Marine Corps and Navy organizational development courses to both military and civilian contractors. Senior Environmental Training Specialist/Instructional Designer Environmental TrainingMCBCP Learning Management System (LMS) – Camp Pendleton, CA 2008 to 2009As a Master Training Specialist, provide and evaluate stand-up instruction covering a wide range of environmental courses such as hazardous waste handling, emergency response procedures, and environmental awareness. Utilized the Systems Approach to Training (SAT) MCO 1553.2B to conduct curriculum revision and development based on environmental requirements. Provide administrative and technical support for MCBCP Learning Management System (LMS). Developed course of instruction utilizing ADDIE model of Instructional System Design (ISD) to include Individual Training Standards (ITS), Course Description Data (CDD), Program of Instruction (POI) and Environmental Standard Operation Procedures (ESOP’s). Participated as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Course Content Review Board (CCRB) in support of MCB Camp Pendleton CETEP; resulting in the design and development of web based training (WBT).Senior Training Officer / Equal Opportunity Representative US NavyField Medical Service School – Camp Pendleton, CA 2003 to 2008Senior Instructor for a school that prepared hospital corpsman for forward deployed duty with Marine Corps Forces. Directed the training activities of 25 instructors for over 1200 students and increased the graduation rate from 72% to 94%. Managed an aggressive instructor cross-training program to develop a well-rounded, effective staff. Developed a curriculum to include lesson plans, handouts and multi-media presentations for quality instruction, practical application and testing exercises. Conducted canvassing symposiums with Subject Matter Experts (SMI) to gather technical details required to produce new or revised Manufacturing Work Instructions (WI). Implemented customer service training to better service students with fleet requirements. Conducted diversity and awareness training to include sexual harassment, discrimination, and conflict resolution. Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for excellence in developing “Train the Trainer” program for medical classes including web-based training for hospitals overseas.EducationEnglishUniversity of Phoenix – San Diego, CAProject ManagementBelhaven University – Houston, TXSkillsADDIE (10+ years), Training Delivery (10+ years), Trainer (10+ years), Training & Development (10+ years) LMS (10+ years) HSE (20+years) Organizational Development (10+ years)Military ServiceBranch: NavySeptember 1994 to March 2008Certifications: Master Training Specialist / HSE Instructor / OPITO Assessor