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responsibility  for  the  evaluation  of  training.  It  is  a  joint  effort  that  should  be  used  as  a  tool  to improve   the   training   provided.   Evaluation   is   normally   divided   into   internal   evaluation   and external   evaluation. Internal   evaluation   involves   feedback   on   the   course   of   instruction   on   a   regularly   scheduled basis.  This  information  is  used  to  make  improvements  to  training.  Examples  include  the following: n  Reviews  of  safety,  the  course,  and  attrition  or  setback  percentages m   Testing   Programs,   including   test-item   analysis H   Evaluation   of   instructors   in   both   classroom   and   laboratory   settings ~  Critiques  of  course  and  instructors  by  the  students External  evaluation  involves  the  gathering  of  feedback  by  individuals  or  groups  of  individuals outside  the  course.  Although  this  information  is  normally  not  gathered  as  frequently  as  the internal   feedback   data,   it   is   also   used   to   make   improvements   to   the   training. S U M M A RY The  Navy  training  system  is  extremely  complex.  It  includes  the  preparation  to  train,  delivery of  training,  and  evaluation  of  training. Although   it   requires   coordination   at   all   levels   of   the Navy   organization,   the   most   essential,   single   link   in   the   training   chain   is   the   instructor.   The instructor  is  the  one  who  must  simplify  the  learning  process  for  students  of  varied  backgrounds and  experiences.  The  instructor  is  the  one  who  must  present  the  knowledge  and  skills  required to  transform  students  into  proficient  and  productive  members  of  the  operating  forces. 6

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