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DOE-STD-1179-2004
6.
Technical training personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge of
adult learning methodologies, instructional media and methods, and instructor
techniques required to conduct a training session or evaluate the effectiveness
of training sessions.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
State and discuss the factors that an instructor can control that affect learning
during classroom instruction, including a discussion of dealing with difficult trainees.
b.
Describe the attributes of an effective classroom learning environment.
c.
Compare and contrast various classroom instructional methodologies including
lecture, role-play, case studies, discussions, and practical classroom
demonstrations.
d.
Describe the attributes of an effective classroom instructor including use of training
and media materials, effective speaking, questioning techniques, and subject matter
expertise.
e.
Conduct a classroom training session or make a formal presentation to a group of
personnel.
f.
Prepare and administer a technology-based training program.
7.
Technical training personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge of on
the -job training (OJT) techniques, methodology, and implementation and apply
that knowledge to imple ment and/or evaluate OJT programs in the field.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Using DOE-HDBK-1206-98, Guide to Good Practices for On-The-Job Training and
DOE-HDBK-1205-97, Guide to Good Practices for the Design, Development, and
Implementation of Examinations, describe in detail the following:
Advantages and disadvantages of OJT ;
Development of OJT ;
Conduct of OJT ;
Evaluation of OJT performance;
Use of open-ended questioning; and
Documenting OJT performance.
b.
State and describe the roles and responsibilities of the training organization and
line management to ensure effective implementation of an OJT program.
c.
Discuss the differences between formal and informal OJT.
d.
Describe the role of the trainer, the evaluator, and the trainee in the OJT process.
e.
List and discuss the process steps that OJT instructors use to help trainees learn
on the job.
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