APPENDIX G - SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING
Some tasks or duties are typically performed by a few individuals who are specialists in these
tasks or duties. Accordingly, training should be provided to an appropriate number of individuals
to maintain an adequate number of trained specialists for each applicable task or duty.
Depending on specific facility structure and responsibility assignments, some of these tasks may
be performed by subcontractor personnel. The tasks listed in this Appendix are intended to
serve as examples only. Other tasks may be added depending on the division of labor, results
of facility-specific job analyses, and individual facility practices.
These skills and tasks are especially suited to laboratory, workshop, and On-the-Job training
settings. Procedures, operating experience, vendor-supplied documents, and job analysis
results should be used to develop training guides for use by instructors or evaluators. Training
should also include the selection and use of any special tools or equipment.
Instruction should enable the trainee to perform the following tasks:
Battery load testing
Breaker operation, setting, adjustment, and repair
High pot testing
Major motor overhaul
Preparation of high voltage connections
Stress relieving of major components