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104.1 State the volumes and titles in the NAVEDTRA 131 and what they contain.
Volume I-Developer’s Guide: Contains standards and conventions for the development of training programs. For use by the person actually revising or developing training materials.

Volume I-Supplement: Contains Curriculum Developer Aids (CDAs) that assist the developer in constructing the curriculum and course documentation pages.

Volume II-Sample Products: Provides samples of each of the management and curriculum documents in a format that is consistent with the format conventions discussed in Volume I.

Volume III-Manager’s Guide: Designed for the individual charged with the management of course revision or development. Describes approval points, approval authorities, and the manager’s responsibilities in each of the stages of PPP based curriculum.
104.2 Describe the pre-, post-, and core stages involved in developing materials following the Personnel Performance Profile (PPP) Based Curriculum Development method (seven).
-Planning: Identifies resources requirement and the sequence of events in the development process.

-Stage One: Consists of determining job tasks, supporting skills and knowledge, and level of performance.

-Stage Two: Determines the skills and knowledge that must be taught and produces the course learning objectives and an instructional sequence.

-Stage Three: Produces the instructional materials for the instructor and the trainee.

-Stage Four: Begins when the Curriculum Control Authority (CCA) has approved a course for pilot, and ends with submittal of the Pilot Course Monitoring Report.

-Stage Five: Begins after the incorporation of the results of the pilot course into smooth curriculum and management materials, and ends with the Curriculum Control Authority’s Letter of Promulgation which approves the material for use in support of Navy training.

-Evaluation: Surveillance, evaluation, change, and revision of the training materials based on assessment of the training materials and the performance of the graduates in the fleet.
104.3 List the contents of a Training Project Plan (TPP).
-Cover Page
-Table of Contents Page
-Justification (for course revision or development)
-Impact (If course revision or development is not undertaken)
-Course Data Page
-Safety Risks and Hazardous Materials Exposure
-Curriculum development method recommended
-Resource Requirements
104.4 Define a Personnel Performance Profile.
A minimum listing of knowledge and skills required to operate and maintain a system, subsystem, or equipment, or to perform a task or function.
104.5 State the most critical element of curriculum development per NAVEDTRA 131 and explain its importance.
Personnel Performance Profile: Results in the development of quality curricula.
104.6 State and discuss the Training Path System (TPS) outputs (stage 1).
Training Objective Statements (TOS): Describe skills and knowledge to be learned by the student.

Training Level Assignment (TLA): Lists specific PPP line items to be taught, the training environment in which they will be taught, and the level of training to be provided to each PPP line item.

Table Assignment Matrix: Summarizes the training requirements for PPP Tables listed on the Training Path Chart by showing all TOS associated with each PPP.

Training Path Chart: Graphically shows a complete training path for a category of people by listing courses in the path and the PPP Tables covered by each.
104.7 List and describe the contents of the preliminary training course control documents (stage 2).
-Profile Item to Topic Objective Assignment Chart (OAC)-reflects the coverage of PPP items within a curriculum

-Resource Requirements List-Lists resources needed to conduct the course.

-Curriculum Outline of Instruction (COI)-describes the overall course outline and objectives (TOs).
104.8 List and describe the elements of the Lesson Plan.
-Front Matter (Cover Page, Title Page, List of Effective Pages, Letter of Promulgation Page, Change Record Page, Table of Contents Page, Security Awareness Notice Page, Safety/Hazard Awareness Page, How To Use The Lesson Plan Page, Course Learning Objectives Page)

-Parts (Tab Divider, Section Page, Topic Page, Discussion-Demonstration-Activity Page)

-Resource Requirements List (A list of everything required to conduct the course)
104.9 State the six types of instruction sheets found in the trainee guide.
-Job Sheet
-Information Sheet
-Assignment Sheet
-Problem Sheet
-Diagram Sheet
-Outline Sheet
104.10 State the Training Objective Statement (TOS) codes for both knowledge and skill.
Knowledge: F (Familiarization) and T (Theory)

Skill: S (Skill-Background), J (Skill-Task/Function), O (Operation), P (Preventative Maintenance), C (Corrective Maintenance), and M (Maintenance)
104.11 Define the three "task sets."
-Coordinate TOS Set: The Coordinator

-Direct TOS Set: The Director

-Perform TOS Set: the hands-on work associated with operation and/or maintenance, or doing the task/function-The Performer
104.12 State and discuss the types of courses listed in a Training Path Chart (TPC).
-Background Training: prerequisite training that provides basic technical knowledge and skills required to prepare for further specialized training.

-Replacement Training: prepares new personnel for their first assignment; formal school training to provide students with the minimum required operational and maintenance qualifications.

-Conversion Training: Given to previously trained and experienced personnel to enable them to operate and maintain a new/modified system/subsystem/equipment. The training will be sufficient to allow the person to assume new duties at a level that normally involved replacement training.

-Advanced Training: Follows replacement/conversion training. Normally completes the TOS coverage of particular Hardware/Non-hardware knowledge and skills requiring advanced analysis or undocumented fault isolation.

-Onboard Training: Occurs on board ship and may include individual operator/maintenance technical training, individual watch station qualifications, watch team training, and training in general military subjects.
104.13 When should job sheet development begin?
As soon as the trainee guide is developed but after the Training Objective Statements and Training Level Assignments are done.
104.14 Explain how Course Learning Objectives (CLOs) are developed.
By selecting the appropriate, already prepared Course Learning Objective Model Statements that correspond to the Training Objective Statement Group, Training Objective Statements chosen while developing the Training Path System.
104.15 How are part numbers determined?
Derived from the PPP Table number. When more than one PPP Table is covered in the part, the number of the primary table is used.
104.16 List four of eight ways to sequence a course?
-Job Performance Order: order in which the skill is performed.

-Chronologically: sequence flows from part to part, section to section, and topic to topic according to the order in which the events covered occur in time.

-Critical Sequence: order in terms of their relative importance.

-Simple to Complex: sequenced in order of increasing difficulty.

-Comparative Sequence: teach what is already familiar before teaching the unfamiliar.

-Relationship of like COI Elements: Dependent relationship/supportive relationship/independent relationship

-Reverse Sequencing: least critical to most critical.

-Combination Approach: Using a mixture of elements to arrange in a logical order.
104.17 What is contained in a resource requirement list?
-Texts: List all text materials to be used in the course.
-References: List in alphanumeric order, all reference documents used in the course.
-Equipment: Includes all equipment, special tools and test equipment, including:
-Technical training equipment
-Specialized test equipment and instructional tools
-Prefaulted modules
-Films: Videotapes and videodiscs.
-Graphics: Transparencies, wall charts, slides, photographs.
-Support materials: All instruction sheets not contained within a Trainee Guide, list instruction sheet number, title, and quantities required per class.
-Other: Listed as required.
104.18 What is contained in the final Training Course Control Document (TCCD)?
- The TCCD is a collection of products that expresses in summary form, the content, structure, and essential management information for a course.
-Front Matter (Cover Page, Letter of Promulgation Page, Table of Contents Page, Foreword, Course Data Page, Trainee Data Page, Other (as required)).
- Curriculum Outline of Instruction (CLO, Part Titles, Section Titles, Topic Titles, and TLO)
- Annexes (Resource Requirements List, Course Master Schedule, fault Applicability List, Profile Item to Objective Assignment Chart).
104.19 What annexes are included in the final Training Course Control Document (TCCD)?
-Resource Requirements List (RRL)
-Profile Item to Topic Objective Assignment Chart (OAC)
-Course Master Schedule (CMS)
-Fault Applicability List (FAL)