Training development in support of the operational domain


-2. Individual task analysis



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7-2. Individual task analysis

a. Data currency. Current, complete, and comprehensive individual task analysis is critical for training and education. It is the responsibility of the proponent developer to keep individual task analysis data current. Changes in doctrine, organization, materiel, or personnel may initiate revisions to the analysis. Safety issues may require revision to the conditions, standards, and/or performance steps.


b. Individual task numbering. Individual task numbers are used to identify each individual task. Use the standardized number format listed in figure 7-1 for all individual enlisted, warrant officer, and commissioned officer tasks. Table 7-2 provides the institutional codes used with individual task numbering.

Figure 7-1. Individual task number format


(1)  The first set of characters (PPPP) is the proponent or school code (three or four alphanumerics).
(2) The second set of characters (XXX) identifies whether the task is:
(a) MOS-specific. MOS-specific tasks use the proponent-assigned three-character alphabetic, numeric, or alphanumeric code that identifies the MOS the task supports.
Example: 071-11C-1001.
(b) Common to all Soldiers (or Army civilians). These tasks use "COM" for the second set of characters.
Example: 071-COM-1001.
(c) Shared between MOS within CMFs. These tasks use "000" for the second third set of characters.
Example: 071-000-1001.
(3) The third set of characters (NNNN) is a proponent-assigned four-digit number identifying the task within the category number. Do not use task numbers of obsolete or superceded tasks for 5 years. Table 7-2 provides the institutional codes used with individual task numbering.


Table 7-2
Institutional codes for individual task numbering


Code

Training proponent

Code

Training proponent

Code

Training proponent

011

Aviation

157

Training Support

701L

Center of Army Profession and Ethics (CAPE)

012

Combat Readiness

158

Army Leadership

704

Army Management

015

Inspector General

159

Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence

720

Security Cooperation

020

Warrant Officer

160

Deputy Chief of Staff for Resource Management

7

7th Joint Military Training Center

031

CBRN

171

Armor

805

U.S. Army Training Center at FT Jackson

052

Engineer

181

Judge Advocate

805A

Financial Management

061

Field Artillery

191

Military Police

805B

Recruiting and Retention

071

Infantry

212

Defense Information

805C

Adjutant General

072

Ranger Indoctrination

215

Defense Language Institute Foreign Language

805D

Chaplain

081

Medical

224

Public Affairs

805E

Chaplain (USAF)

091

Ordnance Center & School

301

Intelligence

805F

Chaplain (USN)

093

Ordnance Missile and Munitions

301A

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

805 P

Physical Fitness

101

Quartermaster

331

Special Warfare

805V

Victory University

113

Signal

331C

Special Operations Aviation

807

Maneuver Support

129

Space and Missile Defense

400

Sergeants Major

809

Maneuver Center of Excellence

130

School and Cadet Command

441

Air Defense

819

Special Operations Aviation

131

Staff Training

514

Music

871

Aviation Medicine

150

Combined Arms

551

Transportation

907

Army Logistics

151

Combined Arms Support

552

Aviation Logistics

921

Army Reserve Readiness Command

152

HQ TRADOC Deputy Chief of Staff, G3/5/7

604

NCO Academy - FT Jackson (SSI)

921A

Army Reserve Readiness Center




Table 7-2
Institutional codes for individual task numbering


Code

Training proponent

Code

Training proponent

Code

Training proponent

153

Deputy Chief of Staff for Doctrine (Safety)

681

NCOA JAG

922

NGPEC

154

Deputy Chief of Staff for Base Operations Support

699

Northern Warfare Training

960

EAATS

155

TRADOC Command Historian

701

Command and General Staff

1038

NGB Retention and Recruiting

Key for table 7-2:

FT = Fort

SSC =

USAF = U.S. Air Force



USN = U.S. Navy

NGPEC = National Guard Professional Education Center

EAATS = Eastern Army National Guard (ARNG) Aviation Training Site

NGB = National Guard Bureau


c. Individual task title. The task title sums up the action to be performed. The title should be completely understandable in terms of the expected outcome by anyone reading it. Write the title in a standard format, using title case. The title must consist of one appropriate present tense action verb (see table E-2) and one object. This is very important when it comes to evaluating the task. For example, Maintain an M16 Series Rifle is an appropriate individual task title because it specifies a single action performed by one Soldier. See figure 7-2.


Figure 7-2. Developing individual task titles


d. Task references(s) listing. To aid Soldiers in locating the most current applicable reference(s), list only the minimum number of references for an individual task. At a minimum, one reference must be linked to the task. Avoid including an expansive list of references simply because the document makes some degree of reference in the performance of the task. This guidance applies at both the task and performance step levels.



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