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105.1.1 What is the purpose and scope of this instruction?
Purpose – To revise policy and responsibilities for the coordination of contractor developed training for military and civilian personnel.

Scope – Covers contractor development of training from the requirements and planning phases through the contractor conducted initial phase and Navy conducted pilot course phase.
105.1.2 The term "contractor developed training" is defined as training for use within the Navy from what three sources?
Contractors
System command
Program manager
105.1.3 Initial training usually consists of what parts/phases?
Manufacturer (factory training)

Trains initial instructors

Ongoing instruction
105.1.4 When will preliminary evaluation take place?
During in-process review
105.1.5 Final acceptance shall occur when?
After successful pilot course
105.1.6 From the Training Activity viewpoint, what is the most important duty that CNET has in dealing with contractor developed training/materials?
Act as Training Activity with respect to Weapons System Acquisition Projects as defined in NAVCOMPT Manual, Volume 7, para. 075365.
105.3 CNETIVST 1500.1 Series
CATALOG OF NAVY TRAINING COURSES (CANTRAC
105.1 OPNAVINST 1500.2 Series:
CONTRACTOR DEVELOPED TRAINING
105.3.1 State the purpose of this instruction and where it can be found.
Provide central location for Navy courses
105.3.2 Describe the volumes and addenda of the CANTRAC.
1. Vol I – General information on school facilities
2. Vol II – All course data
105.3.3 Who is responsible for the production of CANTRAC and how often is each volume updated?
NETPDTC
105.4 CNETINST 1500.20 Series:
SAFETY PROCEDURES FOR CONDUCTING TRAINING
105.4.1 What type of course is considered "high risk?”
Hands on training that has serious risk to life/ equipment
105.4.2 What section of the instruction lists courses that have been designated as “high risk?”
Section I
105.4.3 What is a “D O R” and the procedures for conducting one?
-Drop on Request
-Students written or verbal request
-Student admin board will be held to determine validity
105.4.4 What is a “T T O” and the procedures for conducting one?
-Training Time Out
-Can be called by anyone
-Used for safety or extra instruction
-Will be briefed prior to instruction
105.4.6 What is a Pre Mishap Plan (PMP) used for, and how often must it be reviewed for accuracy of information? Fully exercised?
-Required for all courses
-List of emergency procedures
-Periodic review for accuracy
105.4.7 How often are Safety Stand downs required?
Minimum of annually
105.5 CNETINST 1510.1 Series:
NAVY INTEGRATED TRAINING AND RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM (NITRAS)
105.5.1 State the purpose of NITRAS.
Provides training information database
105.5.2 State the name and discuss the contents of each of the files which comprise NITRAS.
- Master course reference file
- Student master File
- Training Summary File by UIC, no student information.
105.5.3 What kind of information can an instructor provide to NITRAS?
CISO inputs student and training summary
105.5.4 Discuss the difference between calendar days and instructional days in regard to course length:
Calendar days are the actual days of the year including weekends and holidays, whereas instructional days are the actual number of work days the class is in session excluding weekends and holidays.
105.5.5 State five date elements contained in both NITRAS and CANTRAC:
-CDP
-CIN
-Course long title
-Course length
-NEW earned
105.5.6 State the meaning of the acronym "CDP":
-Stand for course data processing code. An alpha or numeric code assigned to identify each course of instruction within the NTRAS database by location.
105.7 CNETINST 5310.4 series:
CNET SHORE MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS POLICY AND PRODEDURES
105.7.1 What is the purpose of the Course Master Schedule?
Shows the period and time ratio for course
105.7.2 What is the purpose of the Master Schedule Summary Sheet?
- Summarizes schedule on one sheet and set the standard procedures
105.7.3 What are the CCMM's responsibilities in regards to schedule standardization?
Ensures any changes to Master Schedule are O.K.
105.7.4 How many standard technical training hours shall the Course Master Schedule reflect for the workweek?
40 hours
105.7.5 What non technical training (occurring outside the 40 periods) should be included in the Course Master Schedule?
Any PT/MED/DEN/GMT related to the curriculum
105.7.6 What is the standard classroom student to instructor ratio?
The maximum student load, optimum is 25:1
105.7.7 What is a "bottleneck ratio"?
Occurs in laboratory situations (ex. Less equipment than students)
105.7.8 What does the Master Schedule Summary (MSS) list in section "B. summary"?
- Student to instructor ratios
- Periods
- Bottleneck periods
- Curriculum hours
- Total curriculum hours
- Total course hours
105.8 CNETINST 1550 10 Series:
PRODUCTION, APPROVAL, IMPLEMENTATION, AND CANCELLATION OF TRAINING PROGRAMS AND MATERIALS
105.8.1 What is the purpose of this instruction, and to which commands does this apply?
-Provides policy for Approval/ implementation/ cancellation of courses
-Applies to all CNET commands
105.8.2 State when a training project plan is required.
-New course
-Revision of a course
-Implementation at a new site
-Cancellation
105.8.3 What is required in the "justification" section of a project plan?
Need for training
105.8.4 State when course curricula material will be "archived."
Upon cancellation
105.8.5 Where is "archived material" maintained?
NETPDTC Pensacola
105.8.6 How long shall "archived material" be maintained in the repository?
Until all systems have been removed from register
105.8.7 Commands seeking approval for training programs not abiding by this instruction shall submit a request for resolution/approval to whom?
CNET