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training   facilities.   Management   involves   the   filling   of   billets,   manning,   resource   needs,   quality- of-life  issues,  and  after-hours  routines.  As  in  every  other  component  of  the  training  system, course   management   is   multifaceted. It   consists   of   classroom   management   and   course management. Classroom   management   is   the   instructor’s   responsibility.   An   instructor   must   establish   a receptive,   cooperative   working   relationship   with   students,   other   instructors,   and   course managers.   The   instructor   should   make   whatever   arrangements   are   needed   to   provide   favorable learning  conditions  for  all  students.  The  students  should  be  able  to  hear  and  see  the  instructor without  being  distracted  by  other  activities  around  them.  The  instructor  must  have  a safety-conscious   attitude   and   instill   in   each   student   safe   work   habits   and   an   awareness   of   the hazards  of  equipment  and  machinery.  The  principles  and  procedures  the  instructor  adopts  in classroom  management  contribute  to  the  success  of  the  instruction. All   instructional   operations   and   procedures   are   the   instructor’s   administrative   responsibility. To   make   instruction   effective,   instructors   should   fully   use   the   time   specified   for   lesson   topics. They   should   report   equipment   in   need   of   repair   and   request   supplies   needed   to   help   them provide   effective   instruction.   They   should   also   make   sure   the   classroom   or   laboratory   is   ready for  the  next  class  of  students  or  for  the  instructor’s  use  the  following  day.  That  includes  all equipment  and  training  materials. Course   management   involves   management   of   the   instructional   materials,   the   staff,   the students,   and   the   physical   plant   (i.e.,   building,   equipment,   furniture).   CNET   establishes   the instructions,  manuals,  and  directives  that  spell  out  the  duties  of  the  school  supervisors,  directors, and  support  personnel  in  each  of  these  areas;  they  are  amplified  by  the  functional  commanders and   the   local   training   activity. Instructors  should  be  familiar  with  the  organization  and management  responsibilities  of  their  training  activity. EVALUATION    OF    TRAINING Evaluation  management  measures  the  effectiveness  of  the  Navy’s  training  programs  (fig.  1-4). Every   member   of   the   command,   from   the   commanding   officer   to   the   instructor,   shares Figure  1-4.-Evaluation  of  training. 5

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