Training development in support of the operational domain



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: The object determines the cognitive verb level.




C1

mark,

register





Zero

To set a sight to enable a firearm to shoot a target.

P2




direct,

plan,


train



E-3. Standard verb list changes


Submit recommendations for standard verb list changes along with justification using the DA Form 2028 to: Commander, TRADOC, ATTN: ATTG-CD, FT Eustis, VA 23604-5000. Submit a minimum of two task title examples that show the use of the recommended verb.

Appendix F
Critical Task And Site Selection Boards (CTSSBs)




F-1. Job analysis


As a part of the Army learning approach, the CTSSB begins with job analysis. Job analysis identifies individual critical tasks job incumbents must perform to successfully accomplish their mission and duties as well as survive in the full range of military operations. The individual tasks are the critical tasks for that job. The job analysis data is collected from surveys (sent through e-mail, Internet, or regular mail), interviews, site visits, or a triggering event. Current OIL from the operational force and the utilization of proponent professional networking are examples of best practices. See TR 350-70 and supporting pamphlets for further information on job analysis.

F-2. CTSSB/critical task selection survey (CTSS)


A CTSSB/CTSS provides systematic selection and prioritization of tasks for job requirements in accordance with TR 350-70. Results of the CTSSB/CTSS provide data on appropriate tasks skill level and training site selection, and present an accurate audit trail. The CTSSB is a management device that serves as a quality control function for the process. It is held at minimum every 24 months or as major changes to doctrine occur. Table F-1 provides the membership and responsibilities of the board members.



Table F-1 CTSSB members

Regular members

Responsibilities

1. Chairman

(tie-breaker: casts tie breaking vote only)



a. Convenes the individual board.

b. Ensures adequate AA and RC representation.

c. Selects board members (approximately 5-7 SMEs).

d. Leads the discussions on critical task selection.

e. Advises board on procedural matters.

f. Is a SME.



2. Developers

(non-voting members)



a. Advise board on educational, analysis, and procedural matters, to include explaining:

b. Learning product development process, especially the job analysis.

c. Task and critical task definitions.

d. Task performance data.

e. Task selection model.


3. SMEs

(voting members) 



a. Recommend changes, such as rewording, combining, additions, or deletions of tasks to the total task inventory.

b. Provide technical information and advice to the board.

c. Determine criticality of each task based on the task selection model.

d. Recommend (rate) each task as critical or non-critical.


Note: To serve on this board, SMEs should be one skill level higher than the job for which the tasks are being recommended.

4. Evaluator

(non-voting member)



a. Ensures recommendation of tasks as critical/non-critical based on an appropriate task selection model.

b. Ensures task title meets the regulation requirements.



5. RC representative(s)

(voting member(s))



a. Ensures RC requirements are included in the decision.

b. Functions as a SME.





F-3. Critical task determination


The CTSSB members determine the critical tasks for their MOSs. Individual training is training of individuals to prepare them to perform critical tasks to standard, accomplish their mission and duties, and to survive on the battlefield. Critical tasks must be trained, and they may be trained either in the institution or unit, or through self-development. Board members are composed mainly of SMEs who include AA and RC personnel, as well as adequate civilian representation. All voting members of the CTSSB must come from operational units of each of the following components as applicable:
a. FORSCOM.
b. USAR.
c. ARNG.
Note: RC (either USAR or ARNG ) members must currently hold the specific MOS or capper MOS. Also, they must have formerly held the MOS under review prior to promotion. It is vital that the members of a CTSSB be highly skilled and experienced Soldiers. This ensures that the Army trains Soldiers with the right critical task to perform their jobs to standard. Figure F-1 depicts the roles of the members of a CTSSB.

Figure F-1. Roles of personnel affecting the CTSSB



Glossary



1SG
first sergeant

AA
Active Army

AAR
after-action review

ACOM
Army command

ACU
Army combat uniform

ADDIE
analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation

ADP
Army Publishing Directorate

ADTLP
Army-wide Doctrine and Training Literature Program

AIEP
Army Ideas for Excellence Program

AKO
Army Knowledge Online

AL
Alabama

ALLP
Army Lessons Learned Program

AMRB
Army METL Review Board

AO
area of operation(s)

AOC
area of concentration

APD
Army Publishing Directorate

AR
Army Regulation

ARFORGEN
Army Force Generation

ARNG
Army National Guard

ASAS
All Source Analysis System

ASAT
Automated Systems Approach to Training

ATLDG
Army Training & Leader Development Guidance

ATN
Army Training Network (replaces FM 7-1)

ATRRS
Army Training Requirements and Resources System

ATSC
Army Training Support Center

ATTP
Army tactics, techniques and procedure (used once)

ATX
aviation training exercise

AUTL
Army Universal Task List

BBS
brigade/battalion battle simulation

BCT
brigade combat team

BCTC
battle command training center

BDA
battle damage assessment

BDE
brigade

BFV
Bradley Fighting Vehicle

Bldg
building

BLTM
battalion-level training model

BLUFOR
Blue Forces

BN
battalion

BOIP
basis of issue plan (used once)

BP
battle position

C2
command and control

CAC
Combined Arms Center

CAC-T, CTD
Combined Arms Center – Training, Collective Training Directorate

CALFEX
combined arms live fire exercise

CALL
Center for Army Lessons Learned

CAPE
Center of Army Profession and Ethics

CAS
close air support

CATS
combined arms training strategy(ies)

CBRN
chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear

CCA
close combat attack

CCTT
close combat tactical trainer

Cdr
commander

CFX
command field exercise

CJCS
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

CJCSI
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction

CMF
career management field

Co
commanding officer

CO
company

CoE
center of excellence

COE
contemporary operational environment

COMEX
communication exercise

CP
command post

CPT
captain

CPX
command post exercise

CRM
composite risk management

CRP
combat reconnaissance patrols

CTC
combat training center

CTSS
critical task selection survey

CTSSB
critical task and site selection board

CTX
combined training exercise

DA
Department of the Army

DCS
Deputy Chief of Staff

DD
Department of Defense (forms)

DEPEX
deployment exercise

DET
displaced equipment training

DoD
Department of Defense

DoDIC
Department of Defense identification code

DOTMLPF
doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education,
personnel, and facilities

DSN
defense support number

DTMS
Digital Training Management System

EAATS
Eastern Army National Guard (ARNG) Aviation Training Site

ECOA
enemy course of action

EDRE
emergency deployment readiness exercise

EMM
event menu matrices

ENDEX
end of exercise

EPW
enemy prisoner of war

EST
Engagement Skills Trainer

ETC
exportable training capability

F
functional/multifunctional exercise

F/MF
functional/multifunctional (

FBCB2
Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below

FCX
fire coordination exercise

FIST
fire support team

FM
field manual

FORSCOM
Forces Command

FRAGO
fragmentary order

FSX
full spectrum exercise

FT
Fort

FTX
field training exercise

g/m3
grams per cubic meter

GFTD
Generating Force Training Directorate

GM
grid magnetic

GPS
global positioning system

GS
General Support Staff

HBCT
heavy brigade combat team

HMMWV
high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle

HQ
Headquarters

HQDA
Headquarters Department of the Army

ICTL
individual critical task list

ID
identification

IED
improvised explosive device

ILS
integrated logistics support

IPB
intelligence preparation of the battlefield

JA
job aid

JANUS
Joint Army Navy Uniform Simulation

JCIDS
Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System

JP
joint publication

JTAC
joint terminal attack controller

JTTP
joint tactics, techniques, and procedures

JTX
joint training exercise

KIA
killed in action

KS
Kansas

LCX
logistics coordination exercise

LD
line of departure

LD
line of departure

LFX
live fire exercise

LIN
line item number

LOGEX
logistical exercise

LTC
lieutenant colonel

LTX
Lane training exercise

LVC
live, virtual, constructive models and simulations

MAJ
major

MAPEX
map exercise

mb
millibars

MCS
Maneuver Control System

MCTC
maneuver combat training center

MCTP
mission command training program

MEDEX
medical exercise

MERLIN
The Military Education and Research Library Network

MET
mission-essential task

METL
Mission Essential Task List

METT-TC
mission, enemy, terrain and weather, troops and support available, time available, and civil considerations

MI
military intelligence

MILES
Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System

MISC
miscellaneous

MOBEX
mobilization exercise

MOPP 4
mission-oriented protective posture level 4

MOPP
mission oriented protective posture

MOS
military occupation specialty

MRE
mission rehearsal exercise

MRX
mission readiness exercise

MSEL
master scenario events list

MTOE
modified table of organization and equipment

MTP
mission training plans

NAI
named area of interest

NBC
nuclear, biological, and chemical

NCO
noncommissioned officer

NCOIC
noncommissioned officer in charge

NET
new equipment training

NGB
National Guard Bureau

NGPEC
National Guard Professional Education Center

NVD
night vision devices

O&O
operational and organizational

O/C
observer/controller

OIL
observations, insight, and lessons

OPFOR
opposing forces

OPORD
operations order

OPTEMPO
operational tempo

PC
personal computer

PFPX
partnership for peace exercise

PL
phase line

plt
platoon

POC
point of contact

POM
program objective memorandum

PPBE
planning, programming, budgeting, and execution

QC
quality control

R&S
reconnaissance and surveillance

RC
Reserve Component

RDL
Reimer Training and Doctrine Digital Library

ROC
rehearsal of concept drill

ROE
rules of engagement

ROI
return on investment?

RSOI
reception, staging, onward movement, and integration

RUF
rules of use of force

SAT
systems approach to training

SCTL
Shared Collective Task List

SDK
skin decontamination kit

SEDRE
sea emergency deployment readiness exercise

SITREP
situation report

SL
skill level

SM
soldier's manual

SMCT
Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks

SME
subject matter expert

SM-TG
Soldier's manual and trainer's guide

SOP
standing operating procedures

SP
start point

SSI
Soldier Support Institute

STAFFEX
staff exercise

STARTEX
start of exercise

STP
Soldier Training Publication

STRAC
Standards in Training Commission

STRAP
system training plan

STT
sergeant's training time

STX
situational training exercise

SVC
service validation criteria

SWFX
support brigade warfighter exercise

T&EO
training and evaluation outline

TACAIR
tactical air

TACFAX
Tactical Digital Facsimile

TADSS
training aids, devices, simulators, simulations

TD
training development

TDA
table of distribution and allowance

TEA
training effectiveness analysis

Team training (TM TNG team training



TEWT
tactical exercise without troops

TM
technical manual

TOE
table of organization and equipment

TP
TRADOC Pamphlet

TPS
task performance support

TR
TRADOC Regulation

TRADOC
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command

TRP
Target Reference Point

TSP
training support package

TSS
training support system

TTP
tactics, techniques, and procedures

TTSP
training test support package

TX
Texas

UAS
Unmanned Aerial System

UJTL
Universal Joint Task List

UN
United Nations

URL
uniform resource locator

USAF
U.S. Air Force

USAPA
United States Army Publishing Agency

USAR
United States Army Reserve

USN
U.S. Navy

UTL
unit task list

VTC
video teleconference

WFF
warfighting function

WTSP
warfighter training support package

XCTC
exportable combat training capability


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