Assessment of Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Education and Training Curricula, Revision Requirements
NAVAL TRAINING SYSTEMS CENTER ORLANDO FL
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Navy policy calls for zero tolerance toward criminal drug abuse and professional rehabilitation and treatment for alcohol-related problems. This study assesses the need for revision of Navy alcohol and drug abuse education and training curricula. Objectives of this study were to Compile a comprehensive list of Navy alcohol and drug abuse education and training curricula, Develop criteria by which to access the adequacy of Navy alcohol and drug education and training curricula, Assess to what extent Navy alcohol and drug abuse education and training curricula meet those criteria, Make recommendations for standardization of course content and cost estimate for implementing those recommendations. Curriculum materials were collected and reviewed against evaluation criteria derived from the original mission statement and tasking. Forty-four coursesprograms were identified. Comments are provided for each course including a brief description and stated objectives. Recommendations for improving the curricula as a whole, including both in-house and contractor options, and estimated costs are provided in the final section of the report.
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