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DOE-HDBK-1080-97
supervisor, etc. An oral board may be used as the final check of qualification, or it may be
combined with an operational evaluation/plant walkthrough. Oral boards usually cover all
facets of facility or process operation. This includes:
facility components
system interrelationships
normal/abnormal situations involving systems and interrelated systems and
components.
Two other types of oral boards are the Progress Review and Program Evaluation Boards.
4.1.2.1
Progress Review Board
The progress review board can be used to evaluate a trainee's progress toward the
completion of assigned qualifications or for determining if a trainee possesses the
knowledge to enter a higher level of qualification. Progress review boards may also be
used to determine whether or not a trainee is having difficulty with the training program or
has a reasonable probability of completing the program. Problems with meeting the
minimum progress requirements may be due to personality conflicts or due to a lack of
understanding of fundamental principles and concepts. The progress review board can be
used to identify the cause of the problem. It may also uncover problems with the training
program that had been missed during program evaluations (this discovery could lead to
using the program evaluation board on most or all the trainees to determine the extent of
the problem). The progress review board is more valuable early in the qualification process
than near the end. The progress review board also serves as training in board techniques
for both trainees and prospective board members. Progress review boards should follow
the guidelines for administering oral boards as discussed in the section titled Conduct of
Oral Boards.
4.1.2.2
Program Evaluation Board
The program evaluation board can be used for identifying problems in the training program.
When a problem is identified with a training program, (e.g., incidents involving qualified
personnel, slow qualification times compared with the past norms, abnormally high
examination failure rates, etc.) a program evaluation board could be used to identify the
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