Feedback from trainee performance during training is used to evaluate and
refine the training program. Feedback from former trainees and their
supervisors is used to evaluate and refine the training program.
Examination results (written and performance) are analyzed to determine
weaknesses in the development or delivery of instruction. Changes to the program
content and/or design are made as appropriate. After the trainee has had an
opportunity to use the information gained during training, feedback from the trainee
and his/her supervisor is used to determine the effectiveness of training.
Improvements to the program are based in part on collective trainee/supervisor input
as to how well the trainee can perform the tasks for which he/she was trained.
Change actions (e.g., procedure changes, equipment changes, facility-specific
and operating experience) are monitored and evaluated for their applicability to
initial and continuing training programs and are incorporated in a timely
manner. Changes in job scope are evaluated to determine the need for revision
of initial and continuing training programs.
Changes that impact training program accuracy are incorporated into the training
program in a timely manner and training is provided as necessary to inform facility
personnel of changes that have an impact on facility operation. Clear responsibility is
assigned for providing facility modification and procedure change information to the
Improvements and changes to initial and continuing training are systematically
initiated, evaluated, tracked, and incorporated to correct training deficiencies
and performance problems.
A policy or procedure identifies the requirements and provides the guidance for
documenting, evaluating, tracking, and incorporating changes to training programs.
Data from criteria 8.1, 8.3, and 8.4 evaluations form the basis for making program
improvements and modifications.
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