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FORECAST SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND TRAINING METHODS FOR ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE TRAINING,
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV ALEXANDRIA VA HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH OFFICE
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The research presented in this report was directed primarily toward troubleshooting electronic weapon systems. Its principal findings bear upon three interconnected problems 1 develop training content based upon a cue-response paradigm 2 developing training and job methods and aids, such as mock-ups, substitute or obsolete equipment and block diagrams for troubleshooting 3 planning and managing personnel, with special reference to transition training from old to new weapon systems. Results of the studies made suggest that training based on FORECAST methods of analysis produces men capable of effectively performing the job with less training time than that needed for traditional instruction in electronics maintenance. Author
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