DEVELOPMENT OF CORE TRAINING FOR F-86D ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE POSITIONS. I. SUMMARY OF THE STUDY.
AMERICAN INSTITUTES FOR RESEARCH PITTSBURGH PA
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The report should be of interest to agencies concerned with planning, developing, and conducting training for electronic maintenance personnel. It summarizes a study directed toward development of a training course whose content is generalizable among a group of maintenance positions - specifically, the family of positions used within Air Defense Command Squadrons in maintaining the electronic systems in the F-86D aircraft. The course is designed to precede formal and on-the-job training for a specific maintenance position. However, in contrast to the usual fundamentals of electronics course, it places more emphasis on the performance of specific maintenance activities. The course is aimed at increasing personnel flexibility. For present purposes, this course will be referred to as core training. The present report is the first of a series of four reports which describe the development of core training. Other reports present a a compilation of the skills and knowledges identified as common among the positions b a detailed description of the course developed for training these skills and knowledges and, c a discussion of the general principles and techniques for deriving courses of this type. Author
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