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ERIC Number: ED015521
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Jun
Pages: 1
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CONTROLLING THE QUALITY OF TRAINING.
SMITH, ROBERT G., JR.
THE NEED FOR A QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM IN A MILITARY TRAINING PROGRAM AND THE METHODS OF ESTABLISHING SUCH A UNIT ARE DESCRIBED AND EVALUATED IN THIS REPORT. THE PURPOSE OF QUALITY CONTROL IS TO INSURE A SATISFACTORY STANDARD OF COMPETENCE AMONG THE STUDENTS WHO GRADUATE, TO MAINTAIN THIS QUALITY BY A CONTINUOUS MONITORING PROCESS, AND TO IMPROVE TRAINING WHERE IT IS FOUND TO BE DEFICIENT. IN ORDER TO FUNCTION SUCCESSFULLY, A QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM SHOULD CONSTITUTE A SEPARATE UNIT WHICH IS INDEPENDENT OF, BUT COOPERATES WITH, THE INSTRUCTIONAL DEPARTMENTS. PROFICIENCY TESTING IS VIEWED AS THE CHIEF MEANS OF MEASURING THE SUCCESS OF THE TRAINING PROGRAM, WITH EMPHASIS ON A UNIFORM STANDARD AND A CONSISTENT METHOD OF PREPARATION, ADMINISTRATION, AND SCORING OF TESTS. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE AS AD 618 737 FROM THE CLEARINGHOUSE FOR FEDERAL SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION, CAMERON STATION, SPRINGFIELD, VIRGINIA 22314, FOR $2.00 HC, $0.50 MF. (HM)
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Authoring Institution: George Washington Univ., Alexandria, VA. Human Resources Research Office.
Identifiers: ALEXANDRIA