Education, Training, and Instructional Systems Career Ladders, AFSC 751X0, 751X2, and 751X3. Volume I.
Occupational survey rept.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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This report presents the results of a detailed Air Force Occupational Survey of the Education and Training career ladders 751X0, 751X2, and 751X3. The project was undertaken at the request of the Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center AFMPC and was directed by USAF Program Technical Training, Volume II, dated October 1979. Authority for conducting occupational surveys is contained in AFR 35-2. Computer outputs from which this report was produced are available for use by operating and training officials. The job structure analysis of these three career ladders specifically differentiated between jobs performed by personnel in each ladder. Although there was some overlap in isolated instances, personnel in each of the three ladders clearly performed significantly different tasks. A number of problems were identified in the Instructional Systems career ladder 751X3. Essentially, these problems centered around the low utilization of misutilization of ISD personnel, with resulting low job satisfaction. Several possible reasons for these problems have been explored and discussed in the report. A utilization and training workshop to further explore the problems and determine a viable solution is suggested. Several possible alternatives for changes in the utilization of ISD resources are discussed in the IMPLICATIONS section of this report.
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