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103.1 Discuss the item(s) developed in Phase I (PLAN) of Task Based Curriculum Development.
Consists of gathering information and building the plan for the training material revision or development (the Training Project Plan). When approved, the TPP becomes the authorization to conduct a course revision or a new course development project. Specifics include:
-Cover Page.
-Table of Contents.
-Justification.
-Impact if the course development, change, or revision is not undertaken.
-Course Data Page.
-Safety Risks and Hazardous Materials exposure.
-Curriculum development method recommended.
-Resources Requirements.
-Milestones.
103.2 Discuss the items developed in Phase II (Analyze).
The Course Training Task List (CTTL) is developed. It is the building block of the course and will be used to develop the learning objectives and all other materials for a new or revised course. It is developed by analysis of the course mission and technical documentation.
103.3 Discuss the items developed in Phase III. (Design).
Learning Objectives are developed, incorporating a behavior, condition(s), and a standard. A Terminal Objective is developed from one of more duties listed on the CTTL. An Enabling Objective is developed from one or more Tasks listed on the CTTL.

The Training Course Control Document is the output of the design phase. Once approved, it serves as the authority for further development and consolidates the information needed by curriculum developers to create the curriculum and support materials for the course.

The TCCD consists of the following:
-Front Matter (Cover Page, Letter of Promulgation, Foreword, Table of Contents, Course Data, Trainee Data,).
-Curriculum Outline of Instruction (Learning Objectives arranged in the sequence of instruction).
-Annexes (provide the resource requirements and time allocations for the training course; include Resource Requirements List (RRL) and Course Master Schedule (CMS)).
103.4 State the two categories of learning objectives.
Terminal Objectives-developed from one or more duties listed on the CTTL.
-To be accomplished by the end of the course.

Enabling Objectives-developed from one or more tasks listed on the CTTL.
-To be accomplished at any time during the course after receiving appropriate training.
103.5 Discuss the items developed in Phase IV (Develop).
Curriculum materials are developed to support the objectives, which include the Lesson Plan, Trainee Guide, and Tests.
103.6 Discuss the purpose of the Instructional Media Materials (IMM).
Used to introduce, reinforce, or supplement training provided in the formal environment. They may be used separately, with other IMM, or with a Lesson Plan. Maintain student interest, fill gaps in training.
103.7 State and discuss the elements of the Lesson Plan.
-Front Matter (Cover Page, Title Page, Change Record Page, Table of Contents Page, Security Awareness Notice Page, Safety/Hazard Awareness Notice Page, Terminal Objectives Page).

-Lesson Topics (organized into Units and Lesson Topics and numbered the same as the TCCD.
103.8 State and discuss the elements of the Trainee Guide.
(Develop Phase) A trainee guide leads the trainee through the course just as the Lesson Plan guides the instructor. Contains knowledge and skill objectives the trainee is to attain upon successful completion of the course and may even provide an outline of instruction. Includes:

-Front Matter (Trainee Name Page, Cover, Title Page, Change Record, Table of Contents Page, Security Awareness Notice Page, Safety/Hazard Awareness Notice Page, How To Use Your Trainee Guide Page, Terminal Objective Page, Course Master Schedule)

-Instruction Sheets (organized by Units and Lesson Topics and numbered according to the TCCD outline of instruction.
103.9 State the rules for writing a Course Training Task List (CTTL) statement.
-Support the Course Mission Statement
-Be Short
-Begin with a performance action Verb
-End with an Object
-Be Observable
103.10 State the purpose of testing.
Primary tool for determining trainees’ attainment of the TOs/EOs and, therefore, their relative success in the course.
103.11 Explain the purpose of conducting a Pilot Course (Phase IV).
Validates the curriculum and materials and determines their effectiveness in attaining the course objective.
103.12 List the justifiable reasons for developing, revising, or canceling a course.
-Navy Training Plans
-Tasking by Higher Authority
-Internal Course Reviews and local command initiatives
-External Course Review
-External Feedback
-Training Appraisal
103.13 Discuss the purpose of PHASE V (Implement).
At the conclusion of the course pilot, and after corrections indicated by the pilot have been incorporated into the course materials the course is implemented by issuance of a Letter of Promulgation by the CCA. Formal training commences at all designated sites.
103.14 Discuss the purpose of PHASE VI (Evaluate).
Constantly improves training by providing a means of keeping training materials current and accurate, is responsive to changing training requirements and equipment/documentation alterations, and is open to innovation.
103.15 Discuss the relationship between the following as used in the CTTL.
(1) Job
(2) Duty
(3) Task
(1) Job: made up of duties and tasks.
(2) Duty: a major part of a job; a collection of duties make up a job; occupies a major part of the work time; occurs often in the work cycle; must be measurable; and involves a group of closely related tasks.
(3) Task: a major part of a duty; is performed in a relatively short period of time; and must be measurable.
103.16 State the difference between the Course Mission Statement and a Terminal Objective.
Course Mission Statement: Descriptive of the course, not the trainee-purpose of the course.

Terminal Objective: Relates to trainee behavior-what the student will learn by the end of the course.
103.17 Describe the three products of the Training Course Control Document:
-Front Matter (Cover Page, Letter of Promulgation Page, Foreword, Table of Contents Page, Course Data Page, Trainee Data Page)

-Curriculum Outline of Instruction (Course Learning Objectives)

-Annexes (Resource Requirements List (RRL) and Course Master Schedule and Master Schedule Summary Sheet).
103.18 List the volumes of the NAVEDTRA 130 and their purpose.
Volume 1-Developer’s Guide: Contains the standards and conventions for development of training programs

Volume 2-Sample Products: Provides samples of each of the management and curriculum documents.

Volume 3-Manager’s Guide: Designed for the person charged with the management of a course revision or development. Addresses the manager’s responsibilities in each of the six phases of curriculum development.
103.19 Spell out the full term for the following acronyms:
LP:
D-D-A Page:
TO:
EO:
DP:
RIA:
IMM:
LP: Lesson Plan
D-D-A Page: Discussion/Demonstration/Activity Page
TO: Terminal Objective
EO: Enabling Objective
DP: Demonstration Page
RIA: Related Instructor Activity
IMM: Instructional Media Material
103.20 How many pages make up one volume of a lesson plan:
200 Sheets
103.21 Where are the procedures for the handling and storage of classified training materials found?
OPNAVINST 5510.1 Series