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What are the manual numbers & titles from NAVEDTRA 130 Manuals?
130-Task Based Curriculum Development Manual
131-Personnel Performance Profile Based Curriculum Development Manual
134-Navy Instructor Manual
135-Navy School Management Manual
What does CNO stand for and what are/is his responsibilities regarding training?
Chief of Naval Operations
Provides policy for Human Resources/Education & training.
What does CNET stand for and what are/is his responsibilities regarding training?
Chief of Naval Education & Training
Improves military training & funding.
What does LTA stand for and what are/is his responsibilities regarding training?
Local Training Authority
Assist fleet in obtaining necessary training.
What does CCA stand for and what are/is his responsibilities regarding training?
Curriculum Control Authority.
Approves + operates/maintains courses.
What does CCMM stand for and what are/is his responsibilities regarding training?
Course Curriculum Model Manager
Keeps training material current.
What does PA stand for and what are/is his responsibilities regarding training?
Participating Activity.
Provides assistance to the CCMM in developing & revising curriculum.
What are the 3 classes of specialized training and what are they for?
"A" school- Basic knowledge & skills for rating entry level performance.
"C" school- Advanced training required to fill a particular billet.
"F" school- individual skill or rating specific training as required by FLEETCOM or TYCOM.
What are the 3 minimum requirements for instructor certification?
1. instructor INDOC
2. Practice
3. SAT Evals on 3 separate presentations.
How often is safety training required for all staff?

If an incident occurs.
What are the categories of attrition and some examples?
-Lack of classroom ability
-Lack of labratory ability
-Results in ARB.
-ARB not required.
When are ARB's required?
-Course avg. falls below min.
-unable to achieve objectives after counseling/re-testing
-performance is below expected academic progress
-failure to achieve objectives after a setback on those objectives.
What grade will be assigned to a re-test if the student passes the material re-tested?
minimum passing grade.
What are the 6 phases of curriculum development/revision process?
Who determines what standard will be used for a curriculum revision?
(Curriculum Control Authority)
What does CISO stand for?
Curriculum Instructional Standards Office
Who is responsible for maintaining a course audit trail?
Who is responsible for maintaining a course master record?
Explain the 2 purposes of instructor evaluations.
-provide feedback to the instructor
-provide a means to improve quality of instructor.
The Student Critique program is divided into what 3 areas?
-instructor critiques
-course critiques
-quality of life critiques
What is a FCR and how often are they conducted?
Formal Course Review.
FCR's will be conducted on an annual, biennial, or triennial cycle as determined by the CCA.
Name 5 types of tests.
-oral test
-progress test
-comprehensive test
The evaluation of a classroom instructor is divided into what 4 areas?
-instructor/student interaction
The evaluation of a lab instructor is divided into what 4 areas?
-instructor/student interaction
What is included in appendix A of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Course titles, descriptions, training paths.
What is included in appendix B of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Attrition/Setback Analysis checklist
What is included in appendix C of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Testing programs
What is included in appendix D of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Classroom evaluation procedures.
What is included in appendix E of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Lab evaluation Procedures
What is included in appendix F of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Student Critique Forms
What is included in appendix G of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Safety review checklist
What is included in appendix H of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Formal Course Review Program
What is included in appendix K of NAVEDTRA 135B?
Nitras Formulas.
Explain the process of identifying training requirements for naval personnel.
-based on fleets need for particular job skills
-ongoing skill req's become obsolete, the navy changes, revises or deletes courses; As new skill req's are identified it introduces new courses.
What is the purpose of the Navy Training System?
Systematic Approach
"what to train & how best to accomplish that training."
What is the most essential, single link in the training chain?
The instructor.
What are 3 qualities of an efficient & effective instructor?
-familiar w/student's educational background
-know instructional stategies & techniques
-behavioral traits
-tempermental traits
-emotional traits.
What are the main responsibilities of an instructor?
-assist in resoving conflicts.
-Demonstrate & teach proper procedures
-Classified material
-All training conducted within a school.
What are the key principles to applying motivational theory?
Needs and Drives.
-Desire for satisfaction.
-Worthwhile or enjoyable for its own sake.
-Maintain a good attitude.
-Affect the nature & amount of what they learn.
-Rewards can stimulate motivation.
-Student must have a need to achieve at some level.
What are the 5 techniques for developing motivational strategies?
-students need feedback when trying to meet goals.
-Show interest by providing detailed feedback.
-Come from learning objectives; ensures students know what is expected.
-Be open to student contributions & points of view.
-use a variety of materials to make subject interesting.
What are the ultimate goals of instruction?
-cause students to remain motivated beyond instructor's influence.
-apply what they have learned on the job.
What are the 5 different ways of learning?
-Comparison of past learning to new info.
-Learn by doing.
-imitate instructors behavior.
-Encourage thought, stimulate thinking process.
-Applying past learning to new situation.
What are the 5 laws of learning?
law of Effect
law of Primacy
law of Readiness
law of Intensity
law of Excercise
What is the single most important factor in a students educational advancement?
What are the 5 Learning senses?
1. Sight -75% of basic learning.
2. Hearing -second most important
3. Touch -Major factor when combined with other senses.
4. Taste & Smell -Part of warning system.
5. Kenesthesia -Reaction & coordination.
What are 6 common student characteristics?
Succeed-Desire to suceed.
Maturity-Belief in maturity.
Evaluate-Ability to evaluate.
Fair Play-Sense of fair play.
What are the 4 basic learning styles?
Concrete-experience based approach
Active-Hands on training approach
Reflective-observation approach.
Abstract-Theory based approach
What are the percentages of information retained when 1 or more learning style is used?
-Abstract = 20%
What are some barriers of effective communications?
-Lack of common core knowledge.
-Overuses of abstractions.
-Environmental Factors.
What are the steps of the 3 step communication process?
1. Send the message.
2. Recieve the message.
3. Feedback.
Why is listening one of the most important communication skills?
demands concentration & attention.
What are 5 factors which must be considered when planning instructional delivery?
1. Grammar
2. Articulation
3. Rate of speech
4. Force
5. Inflection
What is the importance of body movement for succesful communicaiton?
-reinforces, emphasizes, & clarifies verbally expressed ideas.
What are 4 purposes of oral questioning?
1. Focus student attention.
2. arouse interest in subject matter.
3. drill students on subject matter.
4. stimulate student thinking.
What are some characteristics of a good oral question?
1. level of instruction (simple words, correct grammar, complete sentences)
2. Interrogatory Words at the beginning of each question.
3. Clarity & meaning (avoid trick questions)
What are 5 types of oral questions?
1. Yes/No
1. Factual
2. Thought provoking
3. mult-answer
4. leading
5. canvasing
What are the 5 steps of the 5 step questioning technique?
1. ask the question
2. pause
3. pick a student by name
4. listen & comment
5. emphasize correct answer (repeat)
What are 5 of the 7 instructional methods?
1. lecture
3. lesson
4. demonstration
5. discussion
What are the 3 parts of a learning objective?
1. behavior (what the students shall be able to do as a result of the training)
2. condition (limiting factors)
3. standard criteria
What are the 3 learning domains?
1. cognitive
2. affective
3. psychomotor
What does CLO stand for and what is it?
Course Learning Objectives.
-Specific skills & knowledge required.
What does TO stand for and what is it?
Terminal Objective.
-Perfmormance expected from student.
What does TLO stand for and what is it?
Topic Learning Objective.
-Performance, behavior, condition, & standards as a result of completing the topic that you MAY accomplish
What does EO stand for and what is it?
Enabling objectives.
-specific statement of behavior, condition, & standards that you WILL accomplish
What are the 2 methods of testing?
1. knowledge - written test
2. performance - demonstration test.
What are 5 learning levels a knowledge test item may test?
1. Comprehension
2. Application
3. Recall
4. Recognition
5. Analysis
What are 2 different types of performance tests?
1. Process
2. Product
What are the primary materials used in presenting instruction?
1. lesson plans
2. Instruction sheets
3. Instructional media material
What is IMM and what is it used for?
Instructional Media Material.
-used to:
1. increase student understanding and motivation
2. fill gaps in training
What are the 2 types of instructor evaluations?
1. classroom
2. lab
What is Phase I of the Task based Curriculum Development?
1. Training Project Plan
-Bulding a plan for course revision or development IAW NAVEDTRA 130A.
What is Phase II of the Task based Curriculum Development?
1. Course training Task List (CTTL)
-Determine what will be taught.
What is Phase III of the Task based Curriculum Development?
1.Training Course Control Document (TCCD)
-Learning objectives
-what you want the student to learn.
What are the 2 categories of learning objectives?
1. terminal
2. enabling
What is Phase IV of the Task based Curriculum Development?
1. Pilot Course
-Lesson plan
-trainee guide
-tests, quizzes
What are the elements of a lesson plan?
1. Front matter.
-title page
-change page
2. Lesson Topics.
-topic pages
-Discussion, deomonstration, activity pages
What are the elements of a trainee guide?
1. Front matter.
2. instructional sheets
-problem sheets
-diagram sheets
What are the rules for writing a course training task list (CTTL) Statement?
1. support course mission statement
2. be short
3. begin with a performance action verb
4. end with an objective
5. be obvservable
What is the purpose of testing?
To determine trainee's attainment of TO's & EO's.
What is the purpose of conducting a Pilot course?
Validate curriculum & materials.
What are some justifiable reasons for developing, revising, or cancelling a course?
1. tasking by higher authority
2. internal/external course reviews
3. training appraisals
What is Phase V of the Task based Curriculum Development?
1. approval of course by CCA
2. Course authorization by functional commander
3. letter of promulgation issued
4. course becomes active
What is Phase VI of the Task based Curriculum Development?
1. keep training materials current and active
What are the relationships between Job, Duty, & Task in the CTTL?
1. job
-made up of duties & tasks
2. duty
-major part of a job
-collection of duties make up a job
-must be measurable
3. task
-major part of a duty
-short period of time
-must be measurable
What is the difference between the course mission statement and a terminal objective?
-CMS's are descriptive of the course...not the trainee
-TO's relate to trainee behavior
What are 3 products of Training Course Control Documents (TCCD)?
1. Front matter
2. Course outline
3. annexes
What are the volumes of the NAVEDTRA 130A and what do they include?
1. Vol 1 (Developers Guide)
-Step-by-step guidance for developing effective training materials
2. Vol 2 (Sample Product)
-Sample documents
3. Vol 3 (Managers Guide)
-management info important to PADDIE
what do the following acronymns stand for?
1. Lesson plan
2. Discussion Demonstration Activity
5. Discussion point
6. Related instructor activity
How many pages make up 1 volume of a lesson plan?
200 pages
Where are the procedures for handling & storage of classified training materials?
OPNAVINST 5510.1 series

Security Awareness Page
What are the Volumes and their titles in NAVEDTRA 131?

1. Vol I (developers guide)
2. Vol II (Sample Docs)
3. Vol III (Managers Guide)
4. Vol I(supplemental support manual)
What are the Pre, post, & core stages involved in material development following PPP based curriculum development method?
stage I(PPP/Training Path
stage II (TCCD)
stage III Curriculum
stage IV (Pilot Course)
Stage V ("Red Line" smooth)
What are the contents of a training project plan?
1. cover page.
2. toc
3. justification
4. impact
5. course data page
6. safety
7. curriculum method reccomended
8. milestones
9. required resources.
Define Personnel Performance Profile (PPP).
1. listing of knowledge & skills required to operate and maintain equipment or perform task or function
What are the most critical elements of curriculum development per NAVEDTRA 131?
1. Personnel performance profiles (PPP)
-poor PPP's lead to poor curriculum
What are TPS outputs? (stage 1)
(Training objective
(Training Level Assignment)
(Training Assignment Matrix)
(Training Path Chart)
What are the contents of preliminary TCCD training course control document? (stage 2)
(Objective Assignment Chart)
(Resource Requirements List)
(Curriculum Outline of Instruction)
What are the 3 elements of a lesson plan?
1. Front Matter
2. Parts
3. Resource Requirements List
What are 6 types of instruction sheets found in the trainee guide?
1. Job
2. Information
3. Assignment
4. Problem
5. Diagram
6. Outline
What are the TOS codes for both knowledge and skill?
1. Knowledge
-Familiarization F
-Theory T
2. Skill
-Background skill
-task/function skill
-preventative maintenance
-corrective maintenance
What the 3 task sets?
1. coordinate
2. direct
3. perform
What are the types of courses listed in a TPC?
1. background training
2. replacement training
3. conversion training
4. advanced training
5. onboard training
When should job sheet development begin?
after completion of TOS's & TLA's
Explain how course learning objectives are developed.
by selecting the course learning objective model statements.
How are part numbers determined?
1. From the PPP table number
-without interruption (S0/136)
-2 or more split parts
S0136/1-1st usage
S0136/2-2nd usage
-more than 1 PPP is covered in the part(this part contains information from PPP tables (A00074,B0076,S0136,S0137)
What are 8 ways to sequence a course?
1. job performance
2. chronological order
3. critical sequence
4. simple to complex
5. comparative sequence
6. relationship of like COI elements
7. principle of reverse sequencing
8. combination approach
What is contained in a resource requirements list?
1. Texts
2. References
3. Equipment
What is a TCCD and what is contained in it?
Training Course Control Document.
1. Front Matter
2. Curriculum outline of instruction
3. Annexes
What annexes are associated with final training course control document?
1. RPL - Resource Requirements List
2. CMS - Course Master Schedule
3. FAL - Fault Applicability List
4. OAC - Objective Assignment Chart
What is the purpose of the OPNAVINST 1500.2 Series?
1. Revise policy & responsibilities for contractor developed training.
What is the scope of the OPNAVINST 1500.2 series?
1. Covers all phases of contractor development of training.
Contractor developed training stems from what 3 sources?
1. contractors
2. equipment vendors
3. Manufacturers
What are the parts/phases of initial training?
1. Train an initial cadre of maintenance, operator, instructor, supervisory personnel.
2. Instruction concerning equipment for which there are no schools or courses.
When will preliminary evaluations take place?
During In-processing reviews
Final acceptance of a course shall occur when?
1. as part of the pilot course conducted by the TA/TSA.
What is CNET's most important duty in dealing with contractor-developed training/materials?
1. ensure that instructor level personnel have inputs.
2. Budget and found TA travel costs.
What is CANTRAC and what is its purpose?
Catalogue of Navy Training courses.
1. navywide automated system to manage and support training efforts.
What is included in the CANTRAC introduction section?
1. Intro comments
2. guidelines
3. description
4. explanations.
What is included in CANTRAC's (Volume I)?
1. intro
2. general info on facilities
3. Quota control notes.
What is included in CANTRAC's (Volume II)?
1. Cantrac Course Descriptions
How often is CANTRAC updated?
Vol I (annually)
Vol II (Semi-Annually)
Who is responsible for data provided to CANTRAC?
Naval Education & Training Program Management Support Activity (NETPMSA)
What type of courses are considered "High Risk?"
1. Aggressive training programs
-Air Crew
-Fire Fighting
What section of CNETINST 1500.20 lists High-Risk Courses?
1. Enclosure 1
-NAVEDTRACOM High Risk Training courses
What is a DOR and what does it mean?
Drop On Request
1. Voluntary removal from High-Risk Training.
2. Submit NAVPERS 1336/3
What is a TTO and when would you use it?
Training Time Out.
1. When student/instructor expresses concern or need for clarification.
What is a Pre-Mishap Plan (PMP)?
1. contingency plan to be implemented in case of mishap or injury during high risk courses.
2. reviewed monthly
3. exercised annually
How often are safety stand downs required?
At least annually.
State the purpose of NITRAS II (Navy Integrated Training & Resources Administration).
1. Respond to demands for training information by NETC.
2. Provides direct support to BUPERS & Recruiting Commands.
What are the 4 types of files in NITRAS II and what is in each file?
1. Master Course Reference File.
-Standardizes Course data & requirements by fiscal year
2. Student Master Files.
-Collects, disseminates, monitors student training info.
-interfaces with manpower & personnel management info sys (MAPMIS).
3. Training Summary Files.
-Collects data on students attending courses not otherwise reported to SMF. Courses 11 days long, or less & not NEC related.
4. Pipeline Management File.
-Monitors selected training pipelines.
What type of info can an instructor/command input into NITRAS II?
1. MCRF info - CCA
2. Student & course info - TA
3. Copies of relevant instructions - TA
What is the difference between Calendar days and instructional days?
1. Instructional days.
-the # of days the class is in session excluding weekends & holidays
2. Calendar Days.
-the # of days class is in session including weekends & holidays.
What are the 5 data elements contained in both NITRAS and CANTRAC?
1. Course data processing (CDP) Code
2. Course Identification Number (CIN)
3. Course Short Title
4. Earned NEC
5. Type of course
What does CDP mean and what is it?
Course Data Processing Code.
1. Identical courses taught at more than one location will have a CDP for each location.
What are some purposes of the Master Schedule (MS)?
1. Provides:
-Subject matter for a course
- time alloted to each subject
-time specified for theory & lab instruction
-Sequence of instructional program
-Max. Student-to-Instructor Ratio.
What is the purpose of Master Schedule Summary (MSS)?
1. Provide a uniform title/cover sheet for each master schedule.
2. summarize data contained in body of master schedule.
What are the CCMM's responsibilities in regards to schedule standardization?
1. Ensure master schedule & summary are forwarded to CCA for approval.
2. Ensure any deviation from MS is documented & approved.
How many standard technical training Hours shall the Master Schedule reflect for the workweek?
40 Hours
What non-technical training should be included in the Master Schedule?
1. PT
2. GMT
What is the standard student-to-instructor ratio?
What is Bottleneck ratio?
1. allowing only a portion of a class to advance though a unit of curriculum together when equipment/space limitations exist.
What does the Master Schedule Summary (MSS) list in "Section B-Summary"?
1. student-to-instructor ratios used in course.
2. number of periods for each ratio.
3. Bottleneck Periods.
4. Curriculum hours involved.
What is the purpose of CNETINST 1550.10 Series? Who does it apply to?
1. Define responsibilities within NAVEDTRACOM for training programs and materials.
2. Applies to all training under the cognizance of CNET.
When is a training project plan required?
Prior to:
1. Development of New training course
2. Revision of existing course
3. implementation of existing course at new location
4. cancellation of existing training course.
What is required in the Justification Section of a project plan?
1. Navy Training Plan (NTP)
2. Reason for proposed course revision or cancellation & anticipated benefits.
3. Change directive.
When will course curriculum material be archived?
1. when approval to cancel a course is granted.
2. CCMM will send a copy of complete curriculum to NETPMSA to archive.
Where is archived material maintained?
How long will archived material remain in repository?
1. until all systems affected by the subject have been discarded from US Navy & foreign government inventories.
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 skills necessary to:
-qualify for a specific watch station
-maintain specific equipment
-perform as a team member
NETPDTC publishes an annual list of.....
PQS available to the fleet and current model managers.
What is PQS designed to do?
1. be an element of a unit's overall training program
2. will be developed IAW OPNAVINST 3500.34D
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?
1. when substantial numbers of items can be completed, line items will be signed off.
2. when 100-200 series can't be signed, a letter certifying completion of appropriate line items will be forwarded to command.
The method used to determine instructor billets is based on what?
Flow of students and the optimum student/instructor ratios for each situation.
What is a "standard instructor weekly teaching load?"
30 contact periods per week
What is the average number of instructor monthly teaching/contact periods?
approx. 125
What is are the benefits of instructor cross-utilization?
1. reduce monotony of instructor duties.
2. provide valuable, varied experience.
3. reduce instructor requirements.
what is the general rule for handling classified student notes?
collected from students prior to graduation
What is done with school notes that are not re-usable?
they are destroyed
Are there any exceptions to "no forwarding" policy?
notes may be forwarded to command.
not the individual

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