Development of Field Methodology and Processes for Task Analysis and Training Feedback
Final rept. 24 Aug 1977-31 Oct 1978
KINTON INC ALEXANDRIA VA
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The objective of the research effort was to develop a Training Feedback Management Information System. The system objectives were to provide information usable to multiple levels of command including schools. The research produced provides a unit of reporting that can be unpacked for use by different levels of command and by the schools. It also provides an index of the effect that failure to perform the tasks to standard has on unit effectiveness. The research product was based on repair of vehicle end items and encompasses the Maintenance Control Section and Automotive Maintenance Section of a Direct Support Company. The system was based on a study of the Maintenance Control Section and Automotive Section of two Direct Support companies. It was implemented in one of the units studied. They welcomed this system as a means of keeping accurate account of their operation--essentially allowing them to meet doctrinal objectives. This research is a report of initial work in the area of maintenance performance research. It is useful as a resource document. A complete report will be published in 1981.
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