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Jackson, Vivian C. – 1971
This guide presents the primary approaches, tools, and techniques utilized by the New Careers Training Laboratory (NCTL) staff to provide skills in training and to conduct agency task analyses. Much of the technical information has been taken from an earlier NCTL publication by Tita Beal, "A New Careers Guide for Career Development…
Descriptors: Adult Counseling, Career Development, Career Ladders, Career Planning
Keir, Lucille; And Others – 1974
The occupational analysis contains a brief job description, presenting for the occupation of medical assistant 113 detailed task statements which specify job duties (tools, equipment, materials, objects acted upon, performance knowledge, safety consideration/hazards, decisions, cues, and errors) and learning skills (science, mathematics/number…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Instructional Materials, Job Analysis, Job Skills
Norback, Judith; And Others – 1990
The Job Literacy Project used the same adult literacy framework as the National Assessment for Educational Progress (NAEP) research and began the process of applying the framework to the world of work. The NAEP framework consisted of three scales: prose, document, and quantitative. The project tested a new methodology called Job Literacy Analysis,…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Literacy, Allied Health Occupations, Clerical Occupations
Clark, Anthony B.; And Others – 1974
The occupational analysis contains a brief job description for the waste water treatment occupations of operator and maintenance mechanic and 13 detailed task statements which specify job duties (tools, equipment, materials, objects acted upon, performance knowledge, safety considerations/hazards, decisions, cues, and errors) and learning skills…
Descriptors: Instructional Materials, Job Analysis, Job Skills, Machine Repairers
Carlton, Earnest L.; Hollar, Charles E. – 1974
The occupational analysis contains a brief job description, presenting for the occupation of plumbing 12 detailed task statements which specify job duties (tools, equipment, materials, objects acted upon, performance knowledge, safety considerations/hazards, decisions, cues, and errors) and learning skills (science, mathematics/number systems, and…
Descriptors: Instructional Materials, Job Analysis, Job Skills, Occupational Information
Reese Ward, Tonya Maria – ProQuest LLC, 2010
Scope and Method of Study: The purpose of this study was to use industry experts to identify critical skills or competencies perceived by the legal profession to be required by competent team members in the legal office environment. Specifically, this study focused on fulfilling this purpose in the context of urban Oklahoma, where a large number…
Descriptors: Lawyers, Work Environment, Office Occupations, Job Skills
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Van Cleve, Roy R. – 1975
This handbook is designed as a guide for nursing supervisors and hospital administrators to help them decrease unnecessary overlap and increase efficiency of nursing staff and related allied health professionals through job analysis. Three chapters and five appendixes are included. Chapter I deals with the meaning of job analysis, qualitative…
Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, Health Personnel, Job Analysis, Job Skills
Norback, Judith Shaul; And Others – 1995
A project described the literacy skills, tasks, and materials of the entry-level and the mid-to-executive level secretary jobs. It tested Job Literacy Analysis (JLA), a six-step methodology resulting in a job literacy description that includes a representative collection of the most important materials required for competent performance of the job…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Basic Skills, Educational Research, Job Skills
Boese, R. R.; Cunningham, J. W. – 1975
Based upon an occupational rating instrument entitled the Occupational Analysis Inventory (OAI), this study sought to produce a more stable and interpretable set of OAI job analysis factors. The study was designed (1) to obtain OAI ratings on an additional 600 jobs and thus enlarge the sample to 1,414 jobs and (2) to derive a meaningful set of…
Descriptors: Classification, Data Analysis, Employment, Factor Analysis
Burrell, Lewis P.; Talarico, Robert L. – 1981
The handbook, second in a series of six, provides a task description and a task detailing for 55 community jobs to be incorporated in curriculum and teaching strategies for high functioning trainable and low functioning educable mentally retarded high school students in Project Employability (Ohio). The 55 community jobs are separated into four…
Descriptors: Employment Potential, High Schools, Job Skills, Mild Mental Retardation
Dofasco, Inc., Hamilton (Ontario). – 1996
This document explains the DACUM (Developing A Curriculum) process for analyzing task-based jobs to: identify where standard operating procedures are required; identify duplicated low value added tasks; develop performance standards; create job descriptions; and identify the elements that must be included in job-specific training programs. The…
Descriptors: Check Lists, Competency Based Education, Curriculum Development, Data Collection
Christal, Raymond E. – 1969
The Air Force has developed a data bank which classifies job descriptions into occupational clusters. A retrieval system, also recently developed computes and publishes a consolidated description of the work being performed by any group which can be defined in terms of the background information. Other retrieval programs are available which enable…
Descriptors: Computer Storage Devices, Computers, Curriculum Development, Data Collection
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Orr, Leslie L. – Performance Improvement, 2001
Explains how to develop job profiles that describe the output expected from employees and the competencies required to meet the output so that managers understand and appreciate what their employees actually do. Discusses needs assessments and how clear descriptions of competencies, skills, knowledge, and values are useful in developing training.…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Administrators, Competence, Job Analysis
Norback, Judith Shaul; And Others – 1992
As part of a job literacy analysis project, 63 entry-level and mid-to-executive level secretaries were interviewed from business, government, and health care settings to describe the literacy requirement skills, tasks, and materials of their jobs. In the 1-hour interview, the job incumbent and interviewer reviewed examples of different types of…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Literacy, Entry Workers, Job Analysis
Norback, Judith Shaul; And Others – 1994
The Job Literacy Analysis (JLA) was developed in response to the need for analyzing the literacy requirements of various occupations in an effort to match the instruction to the job and to enhance the job relatedness of curricula. It is a systematic, comprehensive process for identifying the important literacy skills needed by workers to function…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Basic Skills, Educational Research, Job Analysis
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