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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 following  advantages: n   Prevents   or   minimizes   overtraining   and   undertraining   through   the   identification   of training   requirements 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 Training  Staff All   officer   and   enlisted   personnel   occupying instructor,   training   manager,   or   curriculum developer   billets/positions   within   the   Naval Education 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 assignments. 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. Training    Management 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 4

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