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DOE-HDBK-1206-98
OJT guides should not contain copies of facility procedures. Rather, they should reference the
appropriate procedures and provide the instructor with task specific guidance which enhances
the learning process. It should not include generic instructions that would be more appropriate
in a training procedure or other type of guidance document. This practice helps ensure that
the system/facility is operated only with approved procedures (which adds realism to the
training), rather than with training materials, and will minimize revisions to the OJT guide as
facility procedures are revised.
OJT guides should be prepared with the assistance of the OJT instructor serving as the
subject matter expert (SME). They should be reviewed by an additional SME who was not
directly involved in their development, and should be approved prior to use by supervisory
members of the training staff and the management of the work group for which the training
was developed.
There are numerous factors which can have a significant influence on a trainee's learning and
motivation during the OJT process. Instructors or training material designers/developers
should use these factors as they develop OJT guides. Appendix C discusses learning and
motivation as they apply to OJT.
There are many OJT guide formats that could be successfully used for on-the-job training.
OJT guides normally consist of a cover page, a body, and a conclusion. It should be noted
that much of this information may be included in the qualification card/checklist or other
appropriate training procedures or guidance documents.
The cover page should provide the instructor with the following information:
C
Task title, number, and estimated time to complete the training
C
Tools, materials, equipment, and references required
C
Safety precautions and procedural limitations
C
Reference to relevant facility procedures, facility conditions, and whose
permission is required
C
Terminal and enabling objectives
C
Trainee prerequisites
C
Notes to the instructor--guidance/suggestions
C
OJT guide review and approval signature(s).
The body is the outline for the instructional process and includes the following major sections:
C
Introduction
C
Explanation
C
Demonstration
C
Practice under supervision.
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