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DOE-STD-1179-2004
REQUIRED TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES
The competencies contained in this Standard are distinct from those competencies contained in
the General Technical Base Qualification Standard. All Technical Training personnel must satisfy
the competency requirements of the General Technical Base Qualification Standard prior to or in
parallel with the competency requirements contained in this Standard. Each of the competency
statements defines the level of expected knowledge and or skill that an individual must posses to
meet the intent of this Standard. The supporting knowledge and/or skill statements further
describe the intent of the competency statements.
Note: When regulations, Departme nt of Energy directives, or other industry standards are
referenced in the Qualification Standard, the most recent revision should be used.
General Technical
Systematic Approach to Training
1.
Technical training personnel shall demonstrate an expert level of knowledge and
ability to implement the systematic approach to training model. This includes the
ability to:
Conduct a job or task analysis or needs assessment, analyze the data, and
provide recommendations based on results;
Design a training course or program to satisfy training requirements;
Develop a training course and supporting materials;
Impleme nt a training course or program; and
Evaluate a training course or program as part of the systematic approach
to training process or to assess return on investment.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
State the five steps of the systematic approach to training process and produce a
basic sketch showing the relationship between the steps.
b.
Referring to DOE-HDBK-1078-94, Training Program Handbook: A Systematic
Approach to Training, describe in detail the activities that occur in each of the five
steps of the systematic approach to training process, and list the products that may
result from each of the steps.
c.
Describe the purpose and process for conducting a needs analysis, job analysis
and task analysis.
d.
Describe the functional relationship between tasks, learning objectives, training
materials, and trainee evaluations.
e.
State and describe the components of an internal training program evaluation
process to assess the effectiveness of training.
f.
Based on an analyzed training need, design, develop, implement, and evaluate a
course of instruction.
g.
Evaluate how well a given training organization has implemented the five steps of
the systematic approach to training process.
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