Accession Number:

ADA099831

Title:

Quality Control Plans, Procedures, and Rationale for the F-16 Pilot Training System.

Descriptive Note:

Development rept. no. 19,

Corporate Author:

COURSEWARE INC SAN DIEGO CALIF

Report Date:

1981-03-01

Pagination or Media Count:

37.0

Abstract:

Quality control is a fundamental component of the Instructional Systems Development process. In order to develop and maintain an efficient and effective training system, it is essential to monitor the system and make improvements on the basis of feedback data obtained from evaluation. The quality control plan for the F-16 project attempts to avoid these shortcomings. The developmental procedure will involve small-scale tryouts for the individual instructional segments followed by larger group tryouts with multi-segment materials. The operational monitoring stage will involve evaluation of data produced by the performance measurement system PMS which includes routine and systematic data collection procedures. The graduate evaluation stage will involve three types of data to be collected for each graduating class Task specific proficiency ratings Results of STANEVAL check ride, simulator check, and final examination and Graduate evaluation questionnaires and structured interviews with graduates. To assist in these three stages of quality control, evaluation specification checks are provided at six major checkpoints in the training cycle.

Subject Categories:

  • Humanities and History

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE