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ERIC Number: ED057308
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1965-Aug
Pages: 85
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A Guide for In-Service Training of Instructors Assigned to Navy Schools.
Bureau of Naval Personnel, Washington, DC.
This guide has been developed to assist Officers-in-Charge of Navy service schools in implementing effective in-service training programs. The primary objective for any school is to maintain effective instruction. The guide contains four chapters. Chapter I, Definition and Scope of In-Service Training, defines training as special training or instruction provided for Navy instructors to increase their over-all competence and effectiveness as instructors. The scope of the training is focused on assisting the school staff in achieving the goal of improved instruction. Chapter II, Planning an In-Service Training Program, includes a discussion of program publicizing, making the program work, and keeping the program going. Chapter III, Conducting an In-Service Training Program, includes discussions of individual effectiveness and supervisory and collateral duties. Chapter IV, Controlling an In-Service Training Program, discusses the characteristics of a good in-service training program, factors which may serve as indicators of a good program, and follow-up activities. Seven appendices contain a bibliography, a sample written in-service program, sample monthly in-service training report, a resume of two appropriate in-service training meetings, samples of suggested forms, methods of instruction, and the graduate-undergraduate concept. (CK)
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Authoring Institution: Bureau of Naval Personnel, Washington, DC.