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Appendix A Performance Test Code Guidelines


DOE-HDBK-1206-98
At the completion of a performance test the instructor must make a judgment call. Compared
to the evaluation standard--did the trainee have satisfactory knowledge and skills or not? The
use of a detailed evaluation standard which includes questions and answers will reduce the
subjectivity of this decision. There are many possible outcomes of a performance test. The
following three are generic examples:
C
Satisfactory skills and knowledge; no weak points. The instructor signs the
trainee's OJT checklist.
C
Satisfactory skills and knowledge; the trainee lacked information on some minor
details. The instructor may cover those details during the debrief and sign the
trainee's OJT checklist.
C
Unsatisfactory; the trainee lacked necessary skills or showed a significant lack
of knowledge and understanding. The instructor should counsel the trainee as
to the remediation required and what to practice or study and request the OJT
program coordinator to reschedule additional training and another evaluation.
The instructor should also discuss the trainee's performance with the program
coordinator and/or the trainee's supervisor.
5.1.4
Debriefing the Trainee
At the completion of a performance test the instructor should conduct a detailed review of the
trainee's performance. The instructor should tell the trainee if he/she passed or failed the test.
The instructor should make positive comments while reviewing the performance test results.
Based on the outcome of the test, the instructor should either discuss the knowledge items
missed with the trainee or require the trainee to find the correct answers.
5.1.5
Documenting Performance Test Completion
If the trainee has satisfactorily performed the task, the OJT checklist should be signed and
dated by the instructor. If the task has multiple levels of accomplishment, the instructor should
indicate on the OJT checklist the level at which it was accomplished.
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