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NAVY - OPNAV 1500.2F

(OP-116) RESPONSIBILITIES AND PROCEDURES FOR ESTABLISHMENT AND COORDINATION OF CONTRACTOR DEVELOPED TRAINING FOR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 29 August 1986
Status: active
Page Count: 6
scope:

Covers contractor development of training from the requirements and planning phases through the contractor conducted initial training phase and Navy conducted pilot course phase.

a. Initial training will generally be limited to:

(1) The training of an initial cadre of maintenance, operator, instructor or supervisory personnel on new or modified systems, equipment, training aids or devices.

(2) Instruction concerning equipment for which there are no schools or courses in the Navy or other military services and which, because of its limited application or limited number of personnel involved, would not justify establishment of formal, continuing courses in Navy training schools or units, or incorporation in formal training programs.

b. Pilot course is the first full length course conducted at a Navy training site by Navy instructors using the curriculum and supporting materials developed by a contractor. It has as its purpose the "shaking down" of the curriculum, instructional strategy, and supporting materials in a real world training situation to determine their effectiveness in attaining the learning objectives and training goals.

Document History

OPNAV 1500.2F
August 29, 1986
(OP-116) RESPONSIBILITIES AND PROCEDURES FOR ESTABLISHMENT AND COORDINATION OF CONTRACTOR DEVELOPED TRAINING FOR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL
Covers contractor development of training from the requirements and planning phases through the contractor conducted initial training phase and Navy conducted pilot course phase. a. Initial training...

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