Training development in support of the operational domain


-5. Drill synopsis report and T&EO



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6-5. Drill synopsis report and T&EO

a. The CAC-approved automated development system allows a printout of a drill synopsis report. The printout includes all the drill information entered into the system and is used to review all the drill information.


b. The T&EO is an output of the CAC-approved automated development system after the training developer fills in all the appropriate fields. The system is set up with a template that walks the training developer through populating the fields and generating the T&EO. Task performance specifications in the system include design elements that describe precisely how a specific task or drill is to be performed, under what conditions the task or drill is performed, and how well a unit must perform the task or drill. The data fields in the CAC-approved automated development system make up the T&EO.

6-6. QC


Table C-4 provides a QC review checklist designed to manage and document control measures, identify areas to improve, and facilitate timely delivery of the drills.

Chapter 7
Individual Tasks




7-1. Introduction

a. Purpose. This chapter provides guidance for the analysis, design, and development of individual tasks. An individual task is a product that uses the ADDIE process. This chapter supports and amplifies the regulatory guidance found in TR 350-70. Follow additional guidance regarding analysis as published.


b. Individual task definition. An individual task is a clearly defined and measurable activity accomplished by an individual. It is the lowest behavioral level in a job or duty that is performed for its own sake. Individual tasks provide the detail to design and develop individual learning products and provide the framework for individual skills and knowledge to support collective training. Developers determine the type of individual task per the types of individual tasks listed and defined in table 7-1. The developer uses the appropriate numbering or marking system as per the CAC-approved automated development system.


Table 7-1
Task types and descriptions


Type

Description

1. Unique (military occupational specialty (MOS)-specific) task

An MOS-specific individual task. Unique task numbers use a proponent code, a three-character MOS ID, and a four-digit number unique to the proponent.
For example, 071-11C-1001, where 071 = infantry and 11C = MOS ID.
See table 7-2 for proponent codes for individual task numbering.

2. Common Soldier (or common civilian) task

An individual task performed by all Soldiers (and all Army civilians in selected positions).  Common tasks numbers use a proponent code, the three characters "COM," and a four-digit unique number.
For example, 071-COM-1001, where 071 = infantry.

3. Shared individual task

An individual task shared between MOS within CMFs (example: 11B and 11C perform the same task). Shared tasks numbers use a proponent code, a "000" and a four-digit unique number.
For example, 071-000-1001, where 071 = infantry.

4. Skill level/‌CMF and officer rank task

An individual task performed by: (a) every enlisted Soldier in a specific skill level, regardless of MOS or CMF; or (b) every officer in a specific rank, regardless of grade or branch. The skill level is denoted in the CAC-approved automated development system.




Table 7-1
Task types and descriptions, continued


Type

Description

5. Leader task

An individual task performed by leaders from different branches or jobs, or a task shared by different skill levels at the same organizational level (for example, captains and company first sergeants may perform the same tasks).  The leader task is designated a leader task within the CAC-approved automated development system.

 6. Staff task

An individual task performed by a unit staff member.  The staff task is designated a staff task within the CAC-approved automated development system.

c. Individual task characteristics. Individual tasks:


(1) Must be observable and measurable.
(2) Must be specific and have a definite beginning and ending. They are generally performed in a relatively short time; however, there may or may not be a specific time limit.
d. Job analysis and individual critical tasks. The job analysis is the process used to identify individual tasks (including leader tasks). Tasks are further refined as individual critical tasks a job incumbent must perform to successfully accomplish his/her mission and duties, as well as to survive within the DECISIVE ACTION. Job analysis provides a proponent command-approved critical task list for a specific job or special category, the total task inventory, and the collective-to-individual task matrix.
(1) A critical task and site selection board (CTSSB) determines the selection of the individual critical tasks. See appendix F for more information.
(2) Development of an STP is a minimum essential requirement if an individual task is identified as critical. Refer to chapter 8 for analysis, design, and development of an STP.



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