NETC N72 Status Update

NETC N72 Status
Update to AIM FRB
John Wishall
23 April 2013
• Content Project
 Uses CPM / AIM LO
• Front End Analysis
 Identifies an instructional approach to teach and
assess a performance requirement
 JDTA identify performance requirements.
 Has four main objectives
Content Project
Focus on new ISD business process per
NAVEDTRA 136-137-138 and 29612B DIDs.
Includes context of using CPM/LO Module
but not the software ‘buttonology’ taught
in NAWCTSD CPM/LO Module user course
Content in development with completion
scheduled for 31 Oct 13
NETC N7 will sponsor convenings of this ILT
course with frequency and location TBD
Content Course Mission Statement
Participants will leave this training with sufficient knowledge to
develop projects IAW NAVEDTRA and NETC guidance on the Endto-End Training Development Process.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to develop
interactive and engaging curriculum content independently
following the policy/guidance to produce quality training that is at
a level 2 minimum for interactivity and engagement.
The desired outcome is a level of competence greater than
familiarization and less than expert; sufficient to participate in
project development.
Work will be conducted within the NAVEDTRACOM or the larger
Navy training environment for content intended to be used in Navy
Content Course Deliverables
• 4 hours each of ILT development/blended content
design and assessments on:
using JDTA and 29612 DIDs to build training
using FEA and 29612 DIDs to build training
using Learning Objectives / Assessment
Strategies and 29612 DIDs to build and
evaluate training effectiveness
using IMDP and 29612 DIDs to build and
evaluate training effectiveness
• 4 hours of how to conduct Distance Learning and
Computer Aided Instruction. SAKAI and NKO
Front-end Analysis
Adaptation of mixed Excel template and
CPM process now being taught by NETC
N72 in period Norfolk area and DCObased 1-day course
Table of Specifications (TOS) to better
define Assessment Strategy
Full support for FEA in CPM tasked and
funded by NETC N7/NAWCTSD with
delivery scheduled for early 2014
JDTA to FEA Transition
From the work (performance) to training, it is all
about the data. Using the correct data to make
instructional decisions.
Ensuring that the data can be logically linked to
support performance, directly supporting and
indirectly supporting foundational /background
skills and knowledge.
Ensuring the approved requirement has a proper
assessment strategy and the correct instructional
media is identified.
Lessons Learned (What we see)
FEA based on indirectly supporting knowledge, since
this was the only thing defined during the JDTA process.
Media mismatches
– Design documents that call for LVL III interactivity with
KPL1 learning objectives.
540 minutes of high-def video to layout scenarios
Courses that take the ‘As-Is’ and compare it to the ‘ToBe’ at the most superficial levels
A performance based objective assessed using T/F (or
even multiple choice (okay, maybe in some cases)
Lack of understanding of ISD and a systematic approach
to training development
Lessons Learned (What’s going right)
An FEA …
that is worked from a team approach with open and honest
communication about the issues
that address performance, directly supporting and indirectly
supporting skills and knowledge at the defined/correct
proficiency level
that provides a solid base for your instructional
recommendation & assessment strategy
provides the BCA three solid Courses of Action
And since we are the training experts, we should identify
the risk or devise the strategy that meets the requirements
based on the resources provided
Lessons Learned (the future)
An FEA …
Should ensure the assessment strategy and numbers of
practice problems are appropriate
Should show levels of training effectiveness and projected
skill/knowledge decay rate
Should connect formal training, rate-training manuals and
PQS together (when appropriate) to ensure consistency in
the training continuum.
Project Management is the connection point between
JDTA/FEA and all follow-on courses of instruction. Since it
shows the approved plan for development.
When linked with LOM, will allow for review of content
being taught.

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