The JOBTRAIN 4 research was designed to develop methods for producing a combination of training and manuals (job aids) that would require less training time than the standard course for the 294.1 carrier equipment repairman. The methods developed were those of an equipment malfunction analysis for producing content for special manuals and methods of course construction which introduced theory as the student needed it to solve practical maintenance problems. Twenty-two students graduating from an 11-week JOBTRAIN course were tested on the same job performance test as graduates of the 25-week standard (294.1 MOS) course. The students from the two groups were matched and each was individually tested for 22 hours during a 6-day period. There were no statistically significant differences in performance between the two groups. It was concluded that the combination of JOBTRAIN training and job aids is as effective for the 294.1 MOS as conventional school training and manuals and that a 50% reduction in academic hours can be achieved by this combination. (Author).Many carrier equipments are composed of a number of interconnecting chassis or aquot;panels. ... (4) Final test items8 were selected at random from the final test and alignment section of Carrier Equipment technical manuals. Five items wereanbsp;...
|Title||:||Development of a Training Program and Job Aids for Maintenance of Electronic Communication Equipment|
|Author||:||Richard M. Gebhard|