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3. The classroom is comfortable and conducive to learning. 4. The lab is comfortable and conducive to learning. B. EQUIPMENT 1. Equipment is stowed properly. 2. Equipment is safe for training. 3. Objectives are being met with the current equipment. 4. An adequate number of training devices exist in order to provide timely training. 5. The working condition of the training devices Is adequate. PART 6 - STUDENT PROGRAMS (SAMPLE) In this part, review student records, student counseling and remediation programs, and academic review board records. Provide specific guidance on the discrepancies. YES NO NA A. STUDENT RECORDS 1. Records are maintained for two years. 2. A student’s academic progress is tracked. B. COUNSELING PROGRAM 1. Preventive counseling is used to help students solve their academic problems. 2. Student counseling sessions are properly documented. C. STUDENT RECOGNITION PROGRAM 1. A student recognition program is being used. D. REMEDIATION PROGRAM 1. Remediation program has been established for students requiring voluntary or mandatory extra training. 2. Instructors are scheduled to assist in after- hours study. E. ACADEMIC REVIEW BOARDS 1. Academic Review Boards are conducted in accordance with established guidelines. F. 6 +2 Training Program 1. 6 +2 program Is effective and represents optimal use of resources. NETC 1540/5 (Rev. 3-10) PAGE 6 OF 7
NAVEDTRA 135C G-22 PART 7 - EVALUATION PROGRAMS (SAMPLE) In this part, review all methods of collecting feedback and determine how effective the methods are in improving course material. Provide specific explanations for all discrepancies. YES NO NA A. INTERNAL EVALUATION 1. Course reviews are on file for the previous two cycles. 2. Discrepancies from previous course reviews have been corrected. 3. Student critique program is in accordance with established guidelines. 4. TQIs are being summarized as required. B. EXTERNAL FEEDBACK 1. List and briefly describe the methods currently used by the course to collect external data.
NAVEDTRA 135C I-2LIST OF TYPE COURSES CODE DESCRIPTION Courses within the NETC are defined according to the type of training provided. For the purpose of this manual, the following types of courses apply: CLASS "A".Provides basic knowledge and skills required to prepare for rating entry level performance. This includes initial skill training (i.e., Apprentice Training "A" Schools), rating conversion training (i.e., Master at Arms

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