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2.1.1 Analysis Data
Facility-specific analysis data should provide the basis for the continuing training program
content to be covered, as well as an initial indication of the desired frequency at which they
should be covered. Various forms of analyses may be used depending on the job position and
the hazard level of the facility to determine continuing training program content. For example,
a needs and job analysis may be required for operators and maintenance personnel whereas
a broad based needs assessment may be appropriate for technical staff and management
personnel at the same high hazard facility. The DOE Handbook for Alternative Systematic
Approaches to Training provides additional guidance on which type of analysis would be used
under different circumstances.
If a job analysis has been performed, the task difficulty, importance, and frequency (DIF) of
performance should be weighed to determine both frequency and depth of presentation. This
may be accomplished using the classical DIF decision tree referenced in the Guidelines for Job
and Task Analysis for DOE Nuclear Facilities or the alternative approach suggested in the
DOE Handbook for Table-Top Job Analysis. In either case, tasks will be selected as train, no
train, pre-train, or overtrain.
The selection of train, no train, pre-train, and overtrain tasks should always be validated by
subject-matter experts and management. All tasks that may be performed by facility personnel
should be considered. Those tasks identified as overtrain tasks during the job analysis
process are by definition tasks that require both initial and continuing training to maintain
proficiency. The content for continuing training programs should be identified during the
design phase of the SAT process and based on the learning objectives derived from the task
statements. The learning objectives derived from the overtrain task statements represent the
knowledge and skills necessary to perform these tasks and should be the basis for a major
part of the fixed portion of the continuing training program. Pre-train tasks are those tasks that
are performed very infrequently and there is adequate time to provide training on the task just
prior performance ("just in time training"). Training for pre-train tasks should also be included
in the continuing training program to ensure that the training is actually conducted prior to
performing the task. Refer to the DOE Handbooks for Table-Top Training Design, Alternative
Systematic Approaches to Training, and Training Program Handbook: A Systematic Approach
to Training for more information on the design process.

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