Accession Number : ADA280263


Title :   DoD Civilian Training: Source, Content, Frequency and Cost


Descriptive Note : Final rept.


Corporate Author : DEFENSE INST FOR TRAINING RESOURCES ANALYSIS FORT ORD CA


Personal Author(s) : Lauter, Vince ; Gleisner, Dave ; Keeley, Donna ; Craig, Dean ; Evans, Richard


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a280263.pdf


Report Date : Mar 1994


Pagination or Media Count : 78


Abstract : This report documents the scope and resource investment in training Department of Defense civilians from fiscal years (FY) 1990-1992. Major FY90-92 trends include percent of civilian workforce trained fell slightly, from 50 to 49 percent; average hours of training received per trainee was 55 in FY92, compared with 59 hours in FY90. The DOD portion of this training was conducted through over 2,200 courses offered by 120 different training institutions. The study also presents case studies of DOD schools conducting professional development short courses for military and civilian members of DOD. Fee for service training is underway at one Army school, while DOD's acquisition and comptroller communities are transitioning to standardized training offered by a consortium of DOD schools.


Descriptors :   *DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE , *TRAINING , *CIVILIAN PERSONNEL , COST ESTIMATES , PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT , RESOURCE MANAGEMENT , COURSES(EDUCATION)


Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
      Military Forces and Organizations


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE