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MTS KQSS Domain 2C

MTS Domain 2C

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2.C1 State the volumes in the NAVEDTRA 131 and what they contain. VOL I: Developer's Guide. VOL I: Supplemental - checklists, etc. VOL II: Sample Products VOL III: Manager's Guide - for maintaining the course. Upkeep.
2.C2 Describe the pre-, post-, and core stages involved in developing materials following the Personnel Performance Profile (PPP) based curriculum development method. PLANNING: TPP, STAGE 1: PPP table list, Training path. STAGE 2: (CCA) TCCD STAGE 3: LP, TG, Tests, other support mats. STAGE 4: Pilot monitoring report. STAGE 5: Final curriculum, final TCCD, Letter of prom. EVALUATION: Internal and external.
2.C3 List the contents of a Training Project Plan (TPP) Course data, Justifications for revisions or development, Impact Statements, Milestones, Resource Requirements
2.C4 Define a Personnel Performance Profile. A PPP is a minimum listing of knowledge and skills required to maintain and operate a system, subsystem, or equipment, or to perform a task or function.
2.C5 State the most critical element of curriculum development per NAVEDTRA 131, and explain its importance. The PPP. If it is bad, then the course is bad. If it's good, then the course is good.
2.C6 Discuss the products of the Training Path System (TPS) Stage 1 Training Objective Statements, Training Level Assignments, Table Assignment Matrix, Training Path Chart.
2.C7 Describe the contents of the preliminary Training Course Control Document (TCCD) Objective Assignment Chart(OAC) reflects coverage of PPP items in a curriculum. Resource Requirements List(RRL) lists resources needed for a course. Course Outline of Instruction(COI) describes the overall course outline and objectives.
2.C8 Describe the elements of the lesson plan FRONT MATTER: essential info for managing and conducting the course. PARTS: Primary organizational element of the LP. RRL: Optional.
2.C9 What are the six types of instruction sheets found in the trainee guide? JAPIDO: Job, Assignment, Problem, Information, Diagram, Outline
2.C10 Describe the Training Objective Statement codes for both knowledge and skill. SKILL: T0/S- skill (background), T0/J- skill(task/function), O- Operation, P- Preventative Maintenance, C- Corrective Maintenance, M- Maintenance, SKILL/KNOWLEDGE: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4
2.C11 Define the three task sets. Coordinate- Provide 2nd tier supervision and guidance, Direct- Provide direct supervision, Perform- Do actual work.
2.C12 Discuss the types of courses listed in the Training Path Chart. BACKGROUND- pre'reqs for first assignment. REPLACEMENT- provides min req'd operational and maint quals. CONVERSION- for previously trained, but new equip/procedures. ADVANCED- after conversion and gives in depth analysis training. ONBOARD- on ship
2.C13 When should job sheet development begin? After TOS and TLA, during development of the Training Path System.
2.C14 Explain how Course Learning Objectives (CLO's) are developed. Using the appropriate, already prepared CLO Model Statements. They have a behavior, condition, and standard.
2.C15 How are part numbers determined? From the PPP table numbers.
2.C16 What are the 8 ways to sequence a course? JCCCCRRS: Job Performance Order, Chronological, Critical sequence, Combination, Comparative, Relationship to COI, Reverse sequencing, Simple to complex.
2.C17 What is contained in a RRL? Resources required to complete a course.
2.C18 What is contained in the final Training Course Control Document? FRONT MATTER: Cover page, letter of promulgation, table of contents, foreword, course data page, trainee data page, other as req'd. COI: CLO's, part titles, section tables, topic titles, TLO's. ANNEXES: RRL, CMS, OAC, Fault applicability list.
2.C19 What annexes are included in the final TCCD? Resource Requirements List, Course Master Schedule, Objective Assignment Chart, Fault Applicability List.
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