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DOE-HDBK-1002-96
1.3.1 Discussion
Each facility should use a systematic approach to training to analyze its training needs and
develop a facility-specific training program. Analysis results should be used to establish
training program learning objectives, test items, instructional methods, and instructional
settings. Performance measures to evaluate employees' performance and assess training
effectiveness can also be derived from the analysis.
After learning objectives and performance measures are established, the training materials
can be developed. These materials should include instructor lesson plans, training aids, text,
handouts, checklists, examinations, and evaluation guides/instruments for the selected
instructional methods.
The training program should be evaluated regularly to determine the extent to which
established learning objectives are being achieved. The results of these evaluations should
be used to improve training plans, facilities, programs, materials, and procedures. In addition,
a systematic method to update training program content as a result of facility modifications,
operating experiences, procedure changes, and changes in job requirements should be
implemented.
As in other facility programs, training activities must be carefully managed to produce effective
results. Training plans should be developed, organizations should be staffed with qualified
instructors, and sufficient controls should be applied to ensure delivery of an effective training
program. Full implementation of quality training requires a long-term commitment. In the
short-term, using these good practices (as adapted for the specific facility and individual
chemical operator classifications) will enable DOE nuclear facilities to validate or improve
existing training programs.
1.4 Chemical Operator
For the purpose of this guide, the term "chemical operator" refers to persons with direct and
primary responsibility for chemical operations at DOE nuclear facilities. Because of the wide
variation of duties included in this general classification, individual facilities have broken this
title into facility-specific job titles. These good practices are intended to apply to as broad an
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