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implies that either it was based upon a poor premise or there is a serious problem with training (process compliance). Although maintenance planning is not the purpose of this lesson, the impact of the training process is. Currently, there is little formal feedback linking the fleet to the training evaluation process of curriculum content management. The HPRR, when properly supported, provides the most effective forum for fleet maintenance managers to guide the schoolhouse to support their need for training. Course curriculum is not part of the HPRR process, only human performance. Curriculum is covered under the formal course review (FCR) on an annual basis. II. Conduct of a HPRR:
CHANGE 1 TRAINEE GUIDE C-4D-2001 Information Sheet 1-1-1 Sheet 2 of 2 FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 2 A. In general, the HPRR process is executed by an executive committee and working groups comprised of Resource and Program Sponsors and representatives from the Fleet, the Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS), the Navy Manpower Analysis Center (NAVMAC), training agents and U.S. Marine Corps as appropriate. Within the HPRR process, Fleet training requirements are collated and compared to current course curricula, and appropriate instructional revisions, deletions, and/or additions are mandated. Various Naval communities have modified the general HPRR to accommodate their unique functions and environments. Course curriculum is not part of the HPRR process, only human performance. Curriculum is covered under the formal course review (FCR) on an annual basis. III. HPRR Representation: A. Resource Sponsors identify HPRR Subject Matter Expert (SME) participants who are invited to attend. These participants are then assigned to designated committees and working groups. Looking for E-4 through E-6 to participate in the working groups B. Fleet Commanders, TYCOMs and Marine Corps Combat Development (MCCD) command provide representatives to the HPRRs to assess cognizant issues, provide subject matter expertise and fund required HPRR participation. IV. Pre-HPRR Participation: A. Training Agents develop and issue guidance to cognizant schoolhouses and SME and conduct pre-HPRRs as required 20-30 days prior to the scheduled HPRR. There are no requirements to conduct a pre-HPRR (HPRR Brief PPT in HPRR Folder) Summary : The HPRR process is conducted by an executive committee and working groups comprised of Resource and Program Sponsors and other fleet representatives. Fleet training requirements are collated and compared to current course curricula, and appropriate instructional revisions, deletions, and/or additions are mandated. Resource Sponsors identify HPRR SME participants who are invited to attend. Pre- HPRRs are required 20-30 days prior to the scheduled HPRR Course curriculum is not part of the HPRR process, only human performance. Curriculum is covered under the formal course review (FCR) on an annual basis.
CHANGE 1 TRAINEE GUIDE C-4D-2001 Sheet 1 of 2 FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 3 ASSIGNMENT SHEET 1-1-2 WRITING PROJECTS A. INTRODUCTION The Lead facilitator will select four papers from the following Topics to write during the course.

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