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1

State the purpose of a Business Case Analysis.

Structured methodology to facilitate its decision-making process. It is a continuous process from conception to implementation.

2

Explain the purpose of the executive summary of a BCA.

To provide a concise summary of the key highlights of a business case.

3

Describe how strategic alignment is important in a BCA.

Provides an understanding of how the initiative aligns with the overall business plan of the Navy and how it may impact other initiatives.

4

Explain the purpose of the alternatives section of a BCA.

Provides the reader with an outline of the realm of possibilities that are available to address the problem or opportunity.

5

Discuss risk assessment in decision making of a BCA.

Provides an understanding of the risks related to the initiative and how risks vary by viable alternative. Must be performed as a component of the BCA.

6

Explain how cost benefit impacts a BCA

ensures readers can easily understand and compare the initial and on-going expenditures to the expected financial and non-financial benefits, for each viable alternative.

7

Explain the final stages of a BCA.

-Conclusions and recommendations: Selected alternative to impact, risk, and cost/benefit.
-Implementation Strategy: Provides resources the BCA must allocate (people,money,time).
-Review and approval: States who and how the business case has been resolved and approved.

8

State the purpose of the TPP

To describe all training and training support elements, required to provide trained personnel to operate and maintain systems or equipment, or perform tasks and functions.

9

Discuss the six triggers a TPP is required to document.

-New training course
-Training course deletion
-Modified training course (revision)
-Change in course length
-Change in course instructional strategy
-Training course transfer between CCAs

10

Explain the reasons to undertake the development of a new course, the revision of an existing course or the deactivation of a course.

Navy Training System Plan
Tasking by higher authority
Internal course reviews and local command initiatives
External course reviews
Surveillance and external feedback
Training appraisal
Updated OCCSTDs
Enlisted Rating merger

11

Explain who has the initial approval authority os a TPP

Curriculum Control Authority (CCA).

12

Explain the four categories of resources.

Facilities, funding, equipment, personnel

13

Explain who makes the decision to initiating a TPP

Can come form CO or OIC of the training activity or from higher authority.

14

Explain the contents of a TPP.

CCA TPP endorsement letter
Cover Page
Course Data
Justification
Safety risks and Hazardous materials
Curriculum development method
Resource requirements
Compensation
Milestones

15

Explain the five step process to ORM

Identify hazard
Assess hazard
Make risk decision
Implement Control
Supervise

16

Where do you find the policy and procedures for conducting high-risk training?

OPNAVINST 1500.75

17

Where do you find the policy and procedures for ORM?

OPNAVINST 3500.39

18

Discuss what types of courses are considered high-risk

Training that exposes trainees to potential risks of death, permanent disability or loss during training.

19

Discuss the difference between voluntary and involuntary training.

Voluntary: voluntarily enrolled, has ability to DOR and return to original rating.
Involuntary: enrolled thru the accession training or follow-on specialty skills school.

20

How often must an EAP be reviewed and how often must the plan be exercised?

Reviewed quarterly and full exercise completed annually.

21

Discuss periodic requirements for safety stand-downs.

-One safety stand-down per year
-At CO discretion.

22

Discuss Mishap Reporting as it pertains to high-risk training.

Reporting anything that happens to personnel or equipment

23

Discuss Site Augment Plans as it pertains to high-risk training.

Plan for unique training situations for high-risk training.

24

Discuss Special Course Indicator Code as it pertains to high-risk training.

Voluntary training labeled as "A" or "D"

25

Discuss Core Unique Instructor Training as it pertains to high-risk training.

Prepare instructors to teach high risk course

26

Discuss Instructor Screening Process as it pertains to high-risk training.

Screening and interview completed prior to receiving orders.

27

Discuss Evaluation Process as it pertains to high-risk training.

Establishes evaluation of high-risk instructors on a periodic basis.

28

Discuss Training Safety Officer as it pertains to high-risk training.

Ensures all aspects of safety for students and staff are followed and maintained. EAP drills/safety stand-downs.

29

Discuss the importance of heat/cold stress monitoring, and control in a training environment.

Based upon prior conditions, activity level may be diminished, ensure sailors are prepared to participate in the activity and mitigate potential loss of life.