The development of technical course materials also follows a systematic procedure. The goal
of the systems approach is to establish uniform training.
The systems approach has the
n Prevents or minimizes overtraining and undertraining through the identification of
E Ensures uniform training for all personnel at all facilities through the use of standard
guidelines for materials development
n Ensures up-to-date training through the analysis of training materials and procedures
n Assesses overall effectiveness and identifies deficiencies through the continued feedback
of a training evaluation program
All officer and enlisted personnel occupying
instructor, training manager, or curriculum
developer billets/positions within the Naval
a n d T r a i n i n g C o m m a n d
( N A V E D T R A C O M ) m u s t c o m p l e t e t h e
training path(s) appropriate to their duty
Only through the intensive,
recurring training of instructors, training
managers, and curriculum developers can the
Navy achieve uniform technical training.
DELIVERY OF TRAINING
All of the analysis, course development, and
staff training conducted as part of training
preparation culminates with the delivery of
training (fig. 1-3). The responsibility of the
Figure 1-3.Delivery of training.
instructors and managers of Navy training courses is to help the student to learn. No matter
what the course is, their efforts are aimed at training the student to do a specific job and to
apply the principles learned. An important part of this training is giving the students clear and
precise directions and explaining the best way to perform the tasks associated with their job.
Management and administration are two important elements of instruction. Establishing
instructional management and administrative guidelines helps to prevent difficulties and solve
problems that develop in a learning situation.
Management involves several areas of concern.
The primary concern is the safety of the
students and staff.
Another concern is the effective and economical use of instructional
material and equipment.
Management is concerned with the full use of all educational and