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State five data elements contained in both NITRAS and CANTRAC.
3.Course Long Title
4.Course Length
5.NEC Earned
Discuss the difference between calendar days and instructional days in regard to course length.
Calendar days are all the days including weekends and holidays from convene date to grad date.
Instructional days are the actual number of days excluding weekends and holidays.
State the meaning of the acronym CDP.
Course Data Processing code. An alpha numeric code assigned to identify each course of instruction within the NITRAS database by location.
What is the purpose of the OPNAVINST 1500.2 series CONTRACTOR DEVELOPED TRAINING?
Purpose is to revise policy and responsibilities for the coordination of contractor developed training.
What is the scope of the OPNAVINST 1500.2 series CONTRACTOR DEVELOPED TRAINING?
Covers contractor development of training from the requirements and planning phases through the contractor conducted initial training phase and Navy conducted pilot course.
The term "Contractor-developed training" is defined as training for use within the Navy from what three sources? vendors
What is the purpose of the Master Schedule Summary(MSS)?
The summarized ratios from the MS enable computations and justification for instructor manpower requirements.
What is the standard classroom student-to-instructor ratio?
25 to 1
What is the bottleneck ratio?
The student to instructor ratio during a time in training where equipment or space restricts the entire class from completing a period of instruction simultaneously.