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Training Records - std10610029


DOE-STD-1061-93
6. EVALUATION
The shift supervisor training program should be evaluated on a continuous basis to
determine program effectiveness. Recommended changes to the training program as a result
of the evaluation should be formalized, approved, and tracked. The areas encompassed
should include the following:
Feedback from recently qualified shift supervisors and their managers
Inspection, audit, and evaluation reports of training completed by outside
organizations and facility personnel
Individual performance evaluations related to shift supervisor duties
Facility and simulator performance evaluations and examination results
Facility operations problems related to individual knowledge or skill deficiencies
Occurrence reports from the facility or the nuclear organization relevant to shift
supervisors
Changes in job assignments related to facility duties or safety-related functions of shift
supervisors
Regulations or standards affecting shift supervisor training
Assessment by the operations manager of shift supervisor performance deficiencies
related to training
Assessment of changes from updates in the job analysis and new task analysis.
Training program evaluation should also be used to identify operating practices,
facility design factors, and procedures that adversely impact the performance of shift
supervisors. This evaluation should include root-cause analysis to determine if problems are
attributable to training, operating procedures, facility design, or any combination of these
factors. Analysis results and recommendations for corrections should be transmitted to
facility line management for resolution.
The operations manager should review the training curriculum periodically to identify
deficiencies, required changes that need immediate action or significant program
modification. The training manager should recommend corrective action for review and
approval by the operations manager. Additionally, the operations training manager should
implement the necessary changes to the program and lesson plans.
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