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In accordance with CNETINST 1500.20 (series), how often is training on safety required for all staff?
Quarterly in-service training on safety is mandatory for all personnel.
In accordance with CNETINST 1500.20 (series), what types of courses are considered “ high-risk? “ What types of courses are considered “ moderate-risk?
High-risk training is training in which a lack of stringent controls is likely to expose students, instructors, or bystanders to life threatening injury. A failure in equipment, procedures, environmental conditions, or human factors may result in a class A or B mishap. Some examples of high-risk training include: aviation, parachute, water survival, rescue swimmer, blaster, diver, Explosive Ordance Disposal (EOD), live combat arms, and sea-air-land (SEAL) training.

Moderate-risk training is training in which a lack of stringent controls could expose students and/or instructors to injury. Equipment failure, faulty procedures, environment, or human factors might result in a class A or B mishap, but are more likely to result in a class C or D mishap. Some examples of moderate-risk training include: swimming (for proficiency and Navy Swim Program qualification tests), most damage control, survival, some small arms training, most small craft training, and some physical training.
In accordance with CNETINST 1500.20 (series), what section of the instruction lists courses that have been designated as “ high/moderate-risk” training courses?
Enclosure (1) includes a list of the CNET high/moderate-risk training courses.
In accordance with CNETINST 1500.20 (series), what is a “DOR” and the procedure for conducting one?
1. Policy. In all cases where a student states a desire to DOR from voluntary training based on concern for personal well-being, appropriate action will be initiated, including removal from training, referral of the student to medical, counseling, or remedial action as appropriate, and review of the training environment including training techniques.

2. Procedures. After removal from volutary training, the student will submit a written request detailing the reasons fro the DOR. The request should clearly indicate that the student wants to DOR and desire to be removed from training in the course for the following reasons. A standard Special Request/Authorization Form(NAVPERS 1336/3 (Rev. 9-75) may be used. The request will submitted directly to the training or division officer and shall become a part of the student’s training record. If a student is being processed for an Academic Review Board (ARB) action prior to the DOR, the ARB shall take precedence. In any case the student will be removed from training.
In accordance CNETINST 1500.20 (series), what is a “TTO” and the procedure for conducting one?
A Training Time Out (TTO) may be called in any training situation where a student or instructor expresses concern for personal safety or requests clarification of procedures or requirements. TTO is also an appropriate means for a student to obtain relief if he/she is experiencing pain, heat stress, or other serious physical discomfort.
In accordance with CNETINST 1500.20 (series), what is a Pre-Mishap Plan (PMP) used for, and how often must it be reviewed for accuracy of information? Fully exercised?
A pre-mishap plan is a contingency plan to be implemented is case of a mishap. All reasonable scenarios should be anticipated and plans developed to cope with them.

Pre-mishap plans shall be reviewed monthly for accuracy of information (except for the months in which walk-throughs or exercises are conducted).

Supervisors and instructors shall walk through high/moderate-risk training Pre-Mishap Plans quarterly to validate procedures and verify operability, availability, and applicability of emergency equipment.

High/moderate-risk training Pre-Mishap Plans shall be exercised fully at least annually, including participation by appropriate local emergency personnel.
In accordance with CNETINST 1500.20 (series), how often are Safety Stand-downs required?
Safety standdowns on high/moderate-risk courses shall be conducted at least annually. Additional standdowns shall be conducted following mishaps, near misses, or major course revisions and/or equipment modifications.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1500.8 (series), the student critique program is divided into what three areas?
1. Critique of the Instructor
2. Critique of the Course
3. Critique of Quality of Life
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1500.8 (series), what is the purpose of the Student Critique Program?
To provide feedback to the training and course managers on areas such as training and curriculum effectiveness, instructor performance, safety, and quality of life issues. It also provides a source of performance feedback to the instructor on his/her performance.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1500.8 (series), under what situation is the completion of student critque forms mandatory?
For high-risk training courses, each high-risk instructor is to be critiqued at least four times per year, approximately every three months.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1500.8 (series), long will each training department retain copies of student critiques?
Two years
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1500.8 (series), what is the routing path for quality of life critiques amd issues?
1. Course Manager/Course Supervisor
2. Division Officer
3. Department Head
4. Command Master Chief (00A)
5. Executive Officer (01)
6. Commanding Officer (00)
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what is the purpose of the Master Schedule?
The Course Master Schedule and its associated Master Schedule Summary are vital management tools benefiting both the school and higher echelons by providing the planned period-by-period subject matter for a course, time allowed to each subject, time specified for theory and laboratory instruction, detailed sequence of the instructional program, and the maximum student-to-instructor ratio for each period.
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what is the purpose of the Master Schedule Summary Sheet?
Provide a uniform cover sheet for each Master Schedule and to properly summarize certain detailed data contained in the body of the Master Schedule.
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), how many standard technical training hours shall the Course Master Schedule reflect for the workweek?
The normal scheduled technical training worksheet for students shall be 40 hours (periods) should be included in the Course Master Schedule?
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what non-technical training (occurring outside the 40 periods) should be included in the Course Master Schedule?
Approved non-technical training subjects (GMT and physical training) directly related to or required for technical course completion or required as a prerequisite for follow –on technical training, may be included and considered workload in instructor requirements computations only if technical training instructors not in a duty or watch status are required to participate.
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what is the standard classroom student-to-instructor ratio?
A student-to-instructor ratio of 25:1 is the planning standard for formal theory (classroom, lecture, written tests, etc.) work.
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what is a “bottleneck ratio”?
Bottleneck ratio is a time in training where equipment or space restricts the entire class from completing a period of instruction simultaneously. Situations can occur where only a portion of the class can advance through a period or unit of curriculum together.
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what is listed in Section B of the Master Schedule Summary Sheet?
1. Varying student-to-instructor ratios

2. Number of periods for each ratio

3. Bottleneck ratios/periods

4. Date of last review by phase-and-course supervisor/manager or other competent authority

5. Justification for less than the standard 25:1 student-to-instructor ratios
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), instructor billets are determined by which method?
The method described herein is based upon contact periods of instruction.
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what is the “standard instructor weekly teaching load"?
The standard (normal) instructor teaching load is 30 contact periods per week of instruction, including lecture, and lab/shop contact time.
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what is the average number of instructor monthly teaching/contact periods?
4 x 30= 120
In accordance with CNETINST 5310.4 (series), what are the benefits of instructor-cross-utilization?
Cross-utilization is a desirable means to reduce monotony of instructor duties; provide valuable, varied experience; reduce instructor requirements for short or irregular courses; and provide back-ups where cross-utilization is feasible.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1616.1 (series), when are Academic Review Boards (ARBs) required?
1. When a student’s overall grade falls below the minimum passing grade.

2. When a student fails a retest after having received remediation on that same material.

3. When a student’s performance is below the expected academic progress.

4. When a student fails a test following an academic setback.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1616.1 (series), list the members of an Academic Review Board.
1. Division Officer (Chairperson)

2. Course Manager/Supervisor

3. Departmental Instructional Systems Specialist

4. Head, International/MTT Training (if an international military student is involved)
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1616.1 (series), how many hours a day of after-hours study can a Training Department Head assign a student?
Three
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1616.1 (series), what grade will be assigned to a retest if the student passes the material retested?
If the student passes the material retested, the grade assigned to the retest will be the minimum passing grade for the course.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1616.1 (series), who has approval authority for Academic Review Board recommendations?
Training Department Head
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 1616.1 (series), for how long must counseling and Academic Review Board records be maintained?
Two years
In accordance with CNET 5000.5 (series), what are the objectives of the Master Training Specialist Program?
To create a cadre of personnel with advanced knowledge and capability to create a classroom environment that is condusive to exceptional learning.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 5000.2 (series), what are the responsibilities of a Master Training Specialist assigned as a mentor to a new instructor or course manager?
To provide assistance in helping the individual understand the contents of NAVEDTRA 134 and NAVEDTRA 135A and to provide guidance and assistance in helping the individual through the initial instructor certification process.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 5000.2 (series), who may sign-off line items of the MTS JQR Handbook?
Any Master Training Specialist assigned to FLETRACEN San Diego.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 5000.2 (series), what are the physical readiness requirements for Master Training Specialist?
Have passed the Physical Readiness Test (PRT) with a score of a least ‘good’ for the preceding two cycles and be within the height/weight or body fat standards.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 5000.2 (series), how long must MTS candidates have remaining on board in a training billet to be eligible for certification?
Twelve (12) months.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 5000.2 (series), what is the purpose of the MTS Nomination Board?
To verify the candidate’s knowledge of the information found in the Job Qualification Requirements Handbook.
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 5000.2 (series), who comprises the MTS Nomination Board?
Head, Evaluation and Staff Development (N712), plus two other MTS-designated individuals
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 5000.2 (series), what is the mandatory waiting period fro personnel who do not satisfy the MTS Nomination Board requirements?
Three months
In accordance with FLETRACENSDINST 5000.2 (series), what are four reasons why the Commanding Officer may withdraw an individual’s MTS designation?
1. Marked decline in performance

2. Disciplinary problems

3. Continued refusal, without cause, to contribute to FLETRACEN San Diego by assisting as a mentor.

4. Failing to maintain physical readiness standards.