NETC N74 Status Update

Report
AIM CPM/LOM
Tom Bonnano
N74
21 August 2014
Naval Education And Training
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Training Effectiveness
Production Efficiency
Disciplined Employment of Leading Edge IT
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Career Long Sailor Learning and Development
NETC Workforce Development
Issue Summary
Nature of Brief
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Decisional/Informational
Source Documents:
o NETCINST 1500.10A (Sep 19, 2013)
o NAVEDTRA 136 (Nov 2010)
o NAVEDTRA 137A (July 2013)
AIM CPM/LOM Conversion Issues
o Inadequate Training
o System Reliability
o Lack of a Prioritized Implementation
Plan
o Acquisition Program Considerations
o Resource Constraints
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AIM CPM/LOM is NETC’s targeted tool for
developing and maintaining content
New development/revisions shall be completed
in AIM CPM/LOM
Current guidance directs content conversions to
be completed by 01 OCT 2016
Desired End State
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NETC content in AIM CPM/LOM
Naval Education And Training
IT
L&D
WF
Recommendation
Context /Directive
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PE
Unclassified
Enhance training across NETC Domain
Improve System Reliability
Revise NETCINST 1500.10A to accommodate
analysis, acquisition program considerations
and prioritization of content conversion.
Develop tailored POA&Ms with each Learning
Center for content conversion
Seek contract support funding to assist in
conversion efforts when available
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CPM/LOM
What is CPM?
The Content Planning Module (CPM) is a planning, analysis and
design tool used to capture work requirements for specific jobs,
duties and tasks. This information is then used to develop training
solutions to achieve desired Fleet performance requirements.
What is LOM?
The Learning Objective Module (LOM) is a content development
tool that develops training content based on approved performance
requirements captured in the CPM processes.
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BENEFITS OF AIM CPM/LOM
 Directly links performance requirements of work to training
content in an integrated web based environment
 Standardizes and enhances instructional systems design
processes
 Promotes and enables Reuse, Repurpose, and Reference (R3)
capabilities for the analysis of performance requirements and
development of supporting curricula
 Reduces content development costs
 Potential reduction in AIM systems costs when legacy
applications usage is reduced/phased out
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TRAINING ISSUES
Current Training:
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NETC N7 provides End-to-End (E2E) training to Learning Centers and
curriculum developers
NETC N7 developed and promulgated a SOP that supports the
development of content using AIM CPM/LOM. Updates to the SOP will
include content conversion.
Contractor developed Buttonology training is available to system users
Future Training:
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NETC N7 will develop an AIM CPM/LOM curriculum developer COI
AIM Help Desk:
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Support provided by NAWCTSD (Mr. Mike Matzko (757) 322-9840)
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SYSTEM ISSUES
 Software issues can be addressed via the AIM
System Help Desk
 Network connectivity issues are addressed with
the Service Provider (NETPDTC) and the AIM
Technical Program Manager, as appropriate
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PRIORITIZATION ISSUES
 NETCINST 1500.10A to be revised based upon
an executable conversion plan for each Center
 NETC N7, working with Centers, will prioritize
course conversions and develop a POA&M
for each Center
 Progress to be tracked via Center Readiness
Briefs
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ACQUISITION PROGRAM AND
RESOURCE ISSUES
 OPNAVINST 1500.76C mandates compliance
with NAVEDTRA 130-140 series guidance for
courses transitioning to NETC
 Change transmittals to NAVEDTRA 130 and
131 will direct all new training development to
be in AIM CPM/LOM
 Analysis to be conducted by NETC N7 and
Learning Centers will address conversion costs
and resource alternatives
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SUMMARY
 AIM CPM/LOM will house Navy training content in
a single repository eliminating stand alone computers
with multiple versions of AIM I and AIM II software
 AIM CPM/LOM will facilitate Reuse, Repurpose,
and Reference (R3) of content across Learning
Centers; thereby reducing content development costs
 NETC N7 will work with each Learning Center to
develop an executable conversion plan that meets
NETC priorities in a resource constrained environment
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