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1

State the purpose of a Job Duty Task Analysis

To establish a repeatable and defendable job analysis process of developing or revising training content. first step in the Course Development and Revision End 2 End (E2E) Process.

2

State the roles and responsibilities of Navy Medicine Education and Training Command (NMETC)/NETC) for the JDTA process

Provides policy and guidance.

3

State the roles and responsibilities of NMETC Academic Directorate/NETC N7 for the JDTA process

Provides oversight of policy and guidance.

4

State the roles and responsibilities of CO for the JDTA process

Serves as CCA, Ensures compliance with NETC policy and guidance.

5

State the roles and responsibilities of Director for Training for the JDTA process

Provides JDTA oversight/guidance. Approves JDTA messages.

6

State the roles and responsibilities of Learning Standards Officer (LSO) for the JDTA process

Provides JDTA guidance and assistance.

7

State the roles and responsibilities of JDTA Coordinator for the JDTA process

Drafts announcements agenda, and completion report messages.

8

State the roles and responsibilities of Stakeholders for the JDTA process

Provide technical documentation, participates in JDTA.

9

State the roles and responsibilities of the requirement sponsor prior to and after the completion of a JDTA.

Provides SMEs prior to and during JDTA; and reviews and approves the JDTA Report afterwards.

10

List the external triggers to perform a JDTA.

-NTSP revision
-ORM assessment
-Fleet performance assessment
-Direct fleet input
-HPRR

11

List the internal triggers to perform a JDTA.

-Revision to enlisted OCCSTDs
-Rating merger
-Establishment or revision of a NEC.

12

Explain a targeted JDTA.

-Performed on specific portions with a course.
-CCA directs a JDTA when: insufficient course data exists, a mishap occurs, or as directed by higher authority.

13

Explain the triggers that may cause a targeted JDTA

Can be used to address new work requirements resulting from insufficient course data exists, a mishap occurs, or as directed by higher authority.

14

Explain the hierarchical structure of work.

-Occupation: Family of jobs with common skills
-Job: duties and tasks
-Duty: major part of Duty, must be measurable
-Task: makes up duty, performed in short period
-Sub-task: Major part of task
-Step: Major part of sub-task.

15

State the purpose of Front End Analysis (FEA).

Establish a process to determine the best training and media delivery methods to satisfy training requirements that exists from a new training requirement, or identify a training gap in an existing course.

16

Discuss when is a FEA performed.

Typically performed after the JDTA has been conducted

17

Explain the triggers of a FEA

-Revision to a fleet requirement
-Revision to an enlisted (OCCSTD)
-Fleet feedback
-Formal course review
-Rating merger
-As directed by the CCA

18

Explain the documentation of the FEA as detailed on the FEA template.

Requesting authority, requesting command, start/end dates, reason, new training requirements, gaps in training FEA of existing course, FEA of training delivery method.

19

Identify who determines what curriculum development model will be used for curriculum modifications within your learning center.

Curriculum Control Authority (CCA)

20

Explain the approval process of the finalized FEA.

Prior to routing the FEA to the CCA for approval send the FEA approval request to the Requirements Sponsor for approval for concurrence and attach both the approval request and approval concurrence to the FEA and submit to CCA.