Study to Assess Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) School Staff Time Available for Training Activities
Final rept. Dec 1993-Oct 1994
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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Recent budget cuts have prompted the United States Army to reduce the number of civilian training developers at TRADOC schools. The purpose of this study was to determine whether TRADOC staff remaining will have sufficient time and expertise to both instruct classes and develop training. A written questionnaire was distributed to 3,200 military and civilian instructors and training developers at 16 TRADOC installations. The adjusted response rate for the combined sites was 83 2,644. Staff reported little problem with time or expertise availability to complete training activities over the past year. However, this response may merely reflect that the staff was not yet required to perform these activities. Recommendations were for TRADOC to determine what training development tasks were not being accomplished to ensure that a training evaluation system is in place to monitor any change in the caliber of training and suggestions for overcoming training deficiencies, should they develop. Survey, Training, Army, staff time, TRADOC, study.
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