Glossary of MASTER TRAINING SPECIALIST US NAVY MTS MODULE 5
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- What is the purpose and scope of the contractor developed training instruction?
- Purpose: Revise policy,Responsibilities and Coordination of Contractor Developed Training
Scope: Cover Contractor Development of Training from the requirements and planning phases
- The term “ contractor-developed training” is defined as training for use within the Navy from what 3 sources?
- Initial training usually consists of what parts/phases?
- Training of maintenance, operator, instructor or supervisory personnel on new or modified systems, equipment, training aids or devices.
- When will preliminary evaluation take place?
- During the in-process reviews when required by the contract
- Final acceptance shall occur when?
- Final acceptance shall be recommended to the PCO by the TSA based upon the TA's evaluation of the pilot course. The product will not be accepted until the deficiencies are corrected
- Final acceptance shall occur as part of what?
- The pilot course critique, to be conducted by the TA/TSA
(TA) Training Agency
(TSA) Training Support Activity
- From the TA’s viewpoint, what is the most important duty that CNET has in dealing with contractor-developed training/material?
- Insuring that instructors are involved in the appropriate phase of the acquisition process
Budget and fund TA travel costs
- State the purpose of (CANTRAC) Catalog of Navy Training Courses?
- To provide policy and guidance for maintenance, production, format, submitting and updating of CANTRAC.
- Describe the contents of the Introduction, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 of CANTRAC.
- Vol. 1 - Introductory- General Information and Quota Control Notes
Vol. 2 - CANTRAC Course Description
a. CIN (Course Identification Number)
c. Course Prerequisites
d. Reporting Procedures
g. Class Convening Schedule from NITRAS
- Who is responsible for the timeline and accuracy of data provided to CANTRAC and how often is CANTRAC updated?
- Naval Education and Training Program Management Support Activity (NETPMSA)
Volume 1 - Annually
Volume 2 - Semiannually
- What type of courses are considered “High Risk”?
- Training in which lack of stringent controls is likely to expose students, instructors, or bystanders to life threatening injury. A failure in equipment, procedures, environmental conditions, or human factors may result in a class A or B mishap.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)
- What section of the instruction lists courses that have been designated as "high-risk"?
- Enclosure 1 lists High and moderate risk courses
- What is a “DOR” and the procedures for conducting one?
- Drop on Request
The student will submit a written request (NAVPERS 1336/3)
The Training or Division Officer needs to determine the real motivation and the validity for the DOR.
- What is a “TTO” and the procedures for conducting one?
- Training Time Out
May be called in any training situation where a student or instructor expresses concern for personnel safety or need for clarification of procedures or requirements.
- What is a Pre-Mishap Plan (PMP) used for, and how often must it be reviewed for accuracy of information? Fully exercised?
- Contingency plan to be implemented in case of a mishap or injury.
Required for all High Risk Courses
Reviewed Monthly for Accuracy
- How often are safety stand-downs required?
- Annually at a minimum.
- State the purpose of NITRAS II?
- An automated system designed to be responsive to demands for training information by CNET.
Provide direct support for Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS).
- State the name and discuss the contents of each of the files which comprise NITRAS II
- Master Course Reference File (MCRF) - Collects and standardizes course description, schedules and training plans
Student Master Files (SMF) - Collection and dissemination of training related information about individual students
Training Summary Files (TSF) - Collects data on Students attending courses not otherwise reported to the SMF
Pipeline Management File (PMF) - Identifies and provides monitoring of selected training pipelines within the navy.
- What kind of information can an instructor / command input to NITRAS II?
- Student and Course Information
- Discuss the difference between calendar days and instructional days in regards to course length.
- Instructional days - Actual number of work days
Calendar days (Course Length) - Number of days in the month including weekends and holidays.
- List the data elements contained in both NITRAS and CANTRAC.
- Course Data Processing (CDP) Codes
Course Identification Number (CIN)
Course Short Title
Navy Enlisted Classification Code (NEC)
Course Long Title
- State the meaning of the acronym “CDP”.
- Course Data Processing - Alpha or numeric code assigned to identify each course of instruction within the NITRAS.
- What is the purpose of the Master Schedule (MS)?
- Provides the planned period-by-period subject matter for a course and time allotted for each subject.
Maximum student to instructor ratio
- What is the purpose of the Master Schedule Summary (MSS)?
- Provide a uniform title / cover sheet for each Master Schedule
Summarize certain detailed data in the Master Schedule
- What are the CCMM’s responsibilities in regards to schedule standardization?
- Ensure that the MS and MSS are forward to the CCA for approval
Ensure any deviation from the MS is properly documented and approved
- How many standard technical training hours shall the MS reflect for the workweek?
- 40 hours (periods)
- What non-technical training (occurring outside the 40 hr periods) should be included in the MS?
- Physical training (PT)
General Military Training (GMT)
- What is the standard classroom student- to- instructor ratio?
- 25/1 (25 students to 1 instructor)
- What is a “Bottleneck Ratio”?
- When more students are present than the training can handle, classes will have to be split.
- What does the MSS list in section B summary?
- All of the student-to-instructor ratios and the number of periods for each ratio
- What is the purpose of CNETINST 1550.10 Series, and to which commands does this apply?
- Purpose - Provide policy, procedures, guidance and to define responsibilities within (NAVEDTRACOM)
Applies to all training under the cognizance of CNET
- State when a TPP is required.
- Prior to development, revising or cancellation of a course.
Implementation of an existing course at a new location.
- What is required in the “Justification” section of a project plan?
- Reason for proposed, revision, and or cancellation of the course
- State when course curricula material will be “archived.
- When approval to cancel a course is granted
- Where is “archived material” maintained?
- NAVEDTRACOM Repository
- How long shall “archived material” be maintained in the repository?
- Until all systems affected by the subject have been removed from the U.S.Navy inventory
- Commands seeking approval for training programs not abiding by this instruction shall submit a request for resolution/approval to whom?
- PQS is a compilation of what things?
- Knowledge and skills necessary to qualify for a specific job, duty or operation of equipment
- One of NETPDTC’s functions in PQS is to publish an annual list of what type of information?
- List of PQS available to the fleet
- PQS is designed to do what function?
- To be an element of a unit’s overall training program
- In formal training courses where PQS lines may be signed, what procedure is followed to inform a receiving command which line items have been completed and signed?
- A letter certifying completion of appropriate line items shall be forwarded to the gaining command
- The method used to determine instructor billets is based on what?
- Flow of students
- What is the “standard instructor weekly teaching load”?
- Thirty (30) contact periods per week
- What is the average number of instructor monthly teaching/contact periods?
- Approximately 125 contact periods
- What are the benefits of instructor cross-utilization
- Reduces instructor duties
Reduce instructor requirements
- What is the general rule for handling classified student notes?
- Collected from students prior to graduation and destroy
If an exception is made forward to gaining command
- What is to be done with school notes that are not reusable?
- Destroy them
- Are there any exceptions to the “No forwarding” policy?
- Command decision on a individual bases, you may forward to the gaining command
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