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Hdbk Systematic Approach to Training

Hdbk Systematic Approach to Training

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Although included in this process for consistency, in actual practice, task analyses,
design, and development activities normally occur concurrently for most tasks. As
training is designed and developed for the tasks selected for training, each task should
be analyzed to determine the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for satisfactory
accomplishment of the task. Task analysts should be selected and further trained in
the process.

2.6.1Task analysis data collection forms should be developed to meet specific
division/department needs. Task information to be collected includes:

1.

Initial conditions (prerequisites) required for task performance;

2.

Standards (criteria) for acceptable task performance (e.g., limits,
ranges, time requirements);

3.

Critical elements (steps) that must be performed to accomplish the task
properly; and

4.

Associated knowledge, skill, and ability statements required to perform
particular elements of the task or the overall task.

2.6.2Procedures for conditions, standards, and elements associated with a task may
be referenced if the information is adequately addressed in the procedure.

2.6.3Task analysis information may be collected by one or more of the following
methods:

1.

Incumbent/subject matter expert interviews using guidelines or
previous task analyses;

2.

In-depth procedural review; and

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3.

Subject matter expert consensus group meetings.

The particular method(s) used will be dependent upon manpower availability,
plant production/operation requirements, and budgetary restraints.

2.6.4When a task is large or complex, compiling key data on some type of analysis
form can ensure that the required knowledge and skills are not overlooked.
"Task Analysis Data Collection Form" (Attachment 7) and "Task Worksheet"
form (Attachment 8) are examples of typical task analysis data collection
forms.

2.6.5Documentation collected during task analysis should be retained as part of the
training course file and updated periodically as required by procedural changes,
equipment/system modifications, management policy changes, and/or job
restructuring.

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