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Delivery of Training
determines  the  formal  courses  it  will  offer  and  the  number  of  students  it  will  train  in  each course.  It  then  sets  standards  for  course  and  curriculum  development  and  prescribes  the  training path(s)   appropriate   for   instructors,   curriculum   developers,   and   training   managers. Determining   Training   Requirements The   Navy   determines   training   requirements   from   the   fleet’s   need   for   people   with   particular job  skills.  Before  providing  for  formal  courses,  it  checks  to  see  if  the  “trained”  personnel inventory   has   enough   people   with   those   particular   skills.   If   the   inventory   lacks   trained personnel,   the   Navy   then   provides   formal   courses   in   each   skill   area   unless   on-the-job   training (OJT)  is  more  cost  effective. The  Navy  provides  most  initial  skill  training  and  almost  all  training  that  awards  a  Navy Enlisted  Classification  (NEC)  through  formal,  resident  courses.  It  provides  non-NEC  skill training  courses  in  both  formal  and  informal  settings. Identification  of  training  requirements  is  an  ongoing  process.  As  skill  requirements  become obsolete,  the  Navy  changes,  revises,  or  deletes  courses;  as  new  skill  requirements  are  identified, it  introduces  new  courses. Developing    Training Once   a   training   requirement   is   validated,   program   managers   must   determine   if   the   required training   is   already   available.   If   not   available,   they   must   determine   if   a   change   or   revision   to existing  training  can  meet  the  training  requirement  or  if  new  curriculum  development  is  required. For  new  course  development,  the  program  manager  must  decide  the  type  of  training  needed  and direct   the   development   of   course   materials. The   program   manager   then   must   ensure   that designated   personnel   receive   the   required   training   to   develop,   conduct,   or   manage   the   course. During  the  development  of  training,  the  designated  functional  commander  and  training activity   work   together   to   establish   the   course   of   instruction   and   develop   the   course   materials. To  establish  a  course,  the  functional  commander  and  the  training  activity  must  take  the following   actions: Identify   the   manpower,   support,   and   equipment   needed   to   support   the   training requirement Submit   a   course   description   via   the   functional   commander   for   insertion   into   the   Catalog of   Navy   Training   Courses   (CANTRAC) Assign   a   course   identification   number   (CIN) The   CIN   will   be   included   in   the   Navy   Integrated   Training   Resources   and   Administrative System  (NITRAS).  NITRAS  is  a  Navywide  automated  information  system  designed  to  manage and  support  the  Navy  training  effort. Managers  will  be  able  to  track  students  and  training information  related  to  a  specific  course  because  of  the  course  unique  CIN. 3

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