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KQSS D3.A.1

Define - CNO
List responsibilities.
KQSS D3.A.1

Chief of Naval Operations
Provides policy for implementing and supporting the DON Strategic Goals.
KQSS D3.A.1

Define - MPT&E
List responsibilities.
KQSS D3.A.1

Naval Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education
Anticipates the Navy Total Force capabilites.
KQSS D3.A.1

Define - NETC
List responsibilities.
KQSS D3.A.1

Naval Education and Training Command
Educates and trains those who serve.
KQSS D3.A.1

What are the responsibilities of the Learning Centers?
KQSS D3.A.1

-Determine and allocate resources necessary to support Learning Sites.
-Provide technical contractual oversight and authority for training equipment & electronic classrooms.
-Provide centrally procured training materials.
KQSS D3.A.1

Define - CCMM
List responsibilities.
KQSS D3.A.1

Course Curriculum Model Manager.
Develops, revises, and maintains a course of instruction.
KQSS D3.A.1

What are the resonsibilities of the Learning Sites?
KQSS D3.A.1

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KQSS D3.A.2

What are the different types of courses of instruction and their function?
KQSS D3.A.2

-A School-Basic knowledge and skills required. No NEC, Bupers funded.
-C School-Advanced specialized skills and knowledge. NEC awarded. Bupers funded.
-F School-Fleet or Type Commander required school. No NEC. Fleet funded.
KQSS D3.A.3

Describe the instructor qualification process in your training command?
KQSS D3.A.3

-Attend the course of instruction (class)
-Complete command instructions (indoc)
KQSS D3.A.4

What are the different levels of attrition?
KQSS D3.A.4

-Academic drops
-Non-academic drops
-Disenrollment
KQSS D3.A.5

What is the Academic Review Board (ARB) process?
KQSS D3.A.5

-Student's course average falls below the minimum passing grade.
-Student is unable to achieve the objectives after counseling, remediation, retesting, and an initial academic setback.
-Student's performance is below the expected academic progress.
-Student fails to achieve the objectives.
KQSS D3.A.6

What are the test failure policies?
KQSS D3.A.6

-Every effort is made to retest.
-Minimum passing grade is given for all passed retests.
-Failure of a retest after remediation results in an ARB.
KQSS D3.A.7

Who determines what curriculum development approach will be used for a curriculum modification?
KQSS D3.A.7

-The CCA (Curriculum Control Authority)

-Determines whether to use either the task-based method or the PPP-based method.
KQSS D3.A.8

Who is responsible for maintaining a course audit trail / a master record?
KQSS D3.A.8

-Audit Trail - CCMM
-Master Record - CISO is overall responsible. CCMM is responsible for providing input to the ICSO to ensure currency of the information.
KQSS D3.A.9

What are the purposes of Instructor Evaluations?
KQSS D3.A.9

-To ensure continuous technical qualifications of the instructor.
-To ensure satisfactory instructional technique of the instructor.
KQSS D3.A.9

What are the 2 types of Instructor Evaluations?
KQSS D3.A.9

-Subject Matter Evaluation
-Instructional Technique Evaluation
KQSS D3.A.9

Evaluations are divided into what areas?
KQSS D3.A.9

-Introduction
-Presentation
-Instructor/Student Interaction
-Summary
KQSS D3.A.10

What three areas are the Student Critiques divided into?
KQSS D3.A.10

-Instructor Critiques
-Course Critiques
-Quality of Life Critiques
KQSS D3.A.11

What is the importance of FCRs and Audit Trails?
KQSS D3.A.11

-Conducted on an annual, biennial, or triennial cycle as determined by the CCA, not to exceed 3 years.