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ERIC Number: ED115891
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Jun
Pages: 311
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Analysis of Commercial Contract Training for the Navy (Phase II) [And] Commercial Contract Training Navy Area VOTEC Support Center (AVSC) Guidelines. Final Report.
Copeland, D. Robert; And Others
The two-part report describing the Phase 2 findings of a two-phase study demonstrates the utility of the commercial contract training concept for satisfying certain Navy skill training requirements. Part 1 concerns source evaluation, skill analysis and selection, contractual considerations, and comparative training capability evaluation. It provides guidelines for management decision making subsequent to procuring training services from commercial sources. Over 100 pages of appendixes include: the study's survey forms, detailed analyses of the training capability of industry organizations and of Vocational/Technical (VOTEC) training institutions, the special forms used in the cost analysis, skill training charts, data describing the current Marine Corps Reserve VOTEC training program, and the proposed Chief of Naval Education and Training Instruction for "VOTECS (VOTEC Schools) Basic Skills Training from Commercial Sources." Part 2 is an Area VOTEC Support Center Guidelines package designed to facilitate the implementation, administration, and management of VOTEC training programs. It contains: descriptions of VOTEC basic concepts, coordination structure, and a typical functional process to obtain VOTEC training; contracting notes; typical survey forms; VOTEC sources of Navy related instruction; general specifications for the Navy/Marine Corps VOTEC Skill Training Program; and specifications for Navy Lithographer (LI) and Yeoman C (YN) training. (JR)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Authoring Institution: Naval Training Equipment Center, Orlando, FL. Training Analysis and Evaluation Group.