|1. Navy Training Systems
Planning - is normally documented as the Navy Training Systems
Plan, which is the principal document that identifies the requirements and
resources to establish and maintain an effective training program
throughout the acquisition life cycle.
||1.1 A Training Planning Process
Methodology (formerly HARDMAN
1.2 Resource requirements are
- Training equipment.
- Training materials.
- Required training
1.3 Instruction in formal schools,
on-the-job-training and follow-on
- System operation and maintenance levels (e.g.,
semi-annually, on condition).
- Individual and team training.
1.4 Training requirements
reflect configuration updates to the weapon system.
|2. Training Outline and
Curricula Design - are developed based on the training approach
defined in the training plan.
training objectives are defined in detail.
Specific criteria are established to determine if the training is
Operator and maintainer training are embedded in the
Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM). job
performance aids are included.
procedures have been incorporated into training curricula.
|3. Training Material -
the development of program specific material to aid in communicating the
desired training concept.
||3.1 Technical manuals are developed
prior to the development of
Instructor guides, course curriculum and student guides, as well as
audio-visual training aids, are
developed for classroom training.
is developed to disseminate computer-based
development, the training material is evaluated for content,
clarity and accuracy, typically in a
controlled environment of a pilot course.
Devices/Simulators - (hardware, software, tools and test
equipment) should be developed specific to each particular training
devices to support operator or maintainer training are
Military Characteristics Document is prepared for each
training device, defining its basic physical
and functional requirements.
4.3 Maximum embedded on-board training
capability in deployed
Pre-faulted modules or software to simulate faults for diagnostics
training are used.
4.5 Simulation of scenarios reflecting
the actual operating environment
are used for operator training.
|5. Initial Training
Requirements - normally funded by the program manager, are
provided by the contractor while the organic capability is being developed
and phased in. This training may include the maintenance or operation of a
system or training devices and typically requires curriculum development,
course conduct and advisory services.
||5.1 Initial training is provided by a
contractor in the operation,
employment of a system or training aid.
5.2 Contractor test and evaluation
activities are used for validation of training requirements, initial fleet
training for Operational Evaluation and