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MTS KQSS Domain 3B/C

MTS study for domain 3B and 3C

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3.B1 Discuss Kirkpatrick's four levels of evaluation. 1. Measure reactions. 2. Measure learning. 3. Performance change evaluation. 4. Measures impact on organization. (5. Return on investment).
3.B2 Discuss the elements of a testing program within your learning environment. Test Items, Test, Test Administration Materials: - Testing plan. - Test administration data. - Test notices. - Test interoperability. - Test item cross-reference chart.
3.B3 Discuss the purpose of the Learning Content Management System (LCMS). Provides for creation, storage, reuse, management, and delivery of learning content.
3.B4 Discuss the course supervisor, student control, and facilitator roles associated with the Learning Management System. Course Sup: Maintains curriculum. Stucon: Initial contact with learners; check students into LMS. FAC: Help learners progress through course.
3.C1 What type of courses are considered high risk? Training that exposes instructors and learners to the risk of death or permanent disability.
3.C2 What section of the instruction lists courses that have been designated "high risk"? OPNAVINST 1500.75A Section 4D. * Risk assessment codes are RAC3, RAC2, RAC1. Flight training, parachuting, rescue swimmer, seabee quarry blasting, diving, EOD, small arms trianing, basic underwater demolition/SEAL(BUD/S) training, SERE.
3.C3 What is a DOR and the procedures for conducting one? Drop on Request. Available to students in voluntary training programs. After removal from training, the student shall submit a written request detailing the reason for the DOR. A standard request chit can be used.
3.C4 What is a Training Time Out and the procedures for conducting one? It is a time out in training. If students or instructors are concerned for their personal safety or the safety of others they can use the TTO to stop a training evolution. They can say "Time Out" or make a T with their hands.
3.C5 What is the purpose of the EAP (Emergency Action Plan) and how often must it be reviewed for accuracy of information? How often is it to be fully exercised? Provides direction during a mishap, injury, or emergency. Reviewed monthly and exercised annually.
3.C6 How often are safety standdowns required? At least annually, following mishaps, near misses, or major mods.
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