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101.1 State the manual numbers and titles in the current and proposed NAVEDTRA 130 series manuals.
NAVEDTRA 130: Vol. 1: Developer’s Guide; Vol. 2: Sample Products; Vol. 3: Manager’s Guide

NAVEDTRA 131: Presonnal Performance Profile Based Curriculum Development

NAVEDTRA 134: Navy Instructor Manual

NAVEDTRA 135B: Navy School Management Manual
101.2 List the responsibility of each of the following members of the training organizational structure: Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), Chief of Naval Education and Training (CNET) Functional Commander, Curriculum Control Authority (CCA), Course Curriculum Model Manager (CCMM), and the Participating Activity.
CNO: Provides policy for implementing and supporting DON Strategic Goals regarding training.

CNET: Coordinate the standardization of training; Integrate core value and TQL education.

Functional Commanders: Support training-specialized and recruit; Monitor quality of training by subordinate commands.

Curriculum Control Authority: Approves curriculum; Provides assistance to subordinate activities to develop curriculum.

Course Curriculum Model Manager: Responsible for developing, revising, and maintaining a course of instruction

Participating Activity: Provides assistance to CCMM; Recommends modifications; Conducts FCR
101.3 Describe the "A," "C," and “F” classes of specialized training.
A: Apprenticeship training; Initial skills; NEC not normally awarded

C: Advanced specialized skill; NEC, Officer Billet Specialty Training Code (eight courses at FCTC)

F: Individual functional skill or rating specific training (27 courses at FCTC)

T: Team functional skill or rating specific team refresher training (19 courses at FCTC)
101.4 State the three minimum requirements (for all courses) for instructor certification.
-Complete Instructor Training.

-Attend, as an instructor trainee, the course, or segment of the course to be certified in.

-Receive three satisfactory evaluations while an instructor trainee.
101.5 How often is training on safety required for all staff?
101.6 Discuss the categories of attrition.
Academic: the student is unable to achieve the learning objectives due to an academic problem (lack of classroom or laboratory proficiency). “A” or “C” School students will be disenrolled after an ARB.

Non-academic: based on administrative decisions that are not a result of academic performance (i.e. disciplinary measures, medical, death, physical, convenience of the government). Higher authority determines (an ARB is not involved).

Disenrollment: considered attrition because it is a lost seat in training. Examples include: cancellation of a class or course, rating or program conversion, early withdrawal by parent command, inability to meet prerequisites.
101.7 When are Academic Review Boards (ARBs) required?
Convened no later than one working day after it is determined that:

-The student’s overall grade falls below the minimum passing grade.

-The student fails a retest after having received remedial training on the same material.

-The student’s progress is below the expected academic progress.

-The student fails a test following an academic setback.
10l.8 What grade will be assigned to a retest if the student passes the material?
The minimum passing grade for the course will be assigned.
101.9 State the six phases of the curriculum development/revision process.
Phase 1: Plan
Phase 2: Analyze
Phase 3: Design
Phase 4: Develop
Phase 5: Implement
Phase 6: Evaluate
101.10 Who determines what standard will be used for a curriculum revision?
The Curriculum Control Authority will determine the standard to be used.
101.11 Who is responsible for maintaining a course audit trail? A master record?
The Course Curriculum Model Manager maintains the audit trail.

The Curriculum and Instructional Standards Office (CISO) maintains the master record.
101.12 Explain the two purposes of Instructor Evaluations.
Ensure continuous qualification of instructor (provide feedback).

Ensure that the instructor uses the most effective techniques to accomplish training.
101.13 The student critique program is divided into what three areas?
-Instructor critique
-Course critique
-Quality of Life critique
101.14 State how often a Formal Course Review (FCR) will normally be conducted.
Annually, biennially, or triennially-determined by the Curriculum Control Authority. It must never exceed three years.
101.15 Name five types of tests.
-Progress Test
-Comprehensive (During and Final)
-Oral Test
101.16 The evaluation of the classroom instructor is divided into what four areas?
-Instructor/Student Interaction
101.17 The evaluation of a laboratory instructor is divided into what three areas?
101.18 Name the Appendices found in the NAVEDTRA 135.
Appendix A: Formal Training Course Titles, Descriptions, and Training Paths for Instructors.

Appendix B: Attrition/Setback Analysis Checklist.

Appendix C: Testing Programs.

Appendix D: Classroom Evaluation Procedures.

Appendix E: Laboratory Evaluation Procedures.

Appendix F: Student Critique Forms.

Appendix G: Safety Review Checklist

Appendix H: Formal Course Review Program

Appendix I: Navy Training Feedback System Form

Appendix J: Glossary

Appendix K: NITRAS Formulas