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
Classroom management is the instructors 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 instructors 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 instructors 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 Navys training programs (fig. 1-4).
Every member of the command, from the commanding officer to the instructor, shares
Figure 1-4.-Evaluation of training.