Motor Transport Operator Training: An Approach to Preparing Training Managers and Instructors to Design, Conduct, and Evaluate Performance Oriented Training [report]

Morris Showel, Mark F. Brennan, William H. Melching
1977 unpublished
Unclassified SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF THIS PAGEfHTian Data Enffd) 20. "»-The work was carried on within the constraints of the unit's primary mission of providing logistical support to other newly activated units in the Division. The fundamental concepts set forth in this effort will permit the subsequent validation of tasks, skill levels, and performance tests for MOS 6UC in an infantry division and provide a prototype for skill development of other MOSs in a Division Support Command. The
more » ... ducts of the RfiTD effort are ^i^ a tactical mission oriented task list for the motor transport operator, stratified by skill level and type of vehicle, t&) a draft performance test to measure the basic skill level of motor transport operators on the 2^ and 5 ton cargo trucks in the performance of a tactical mission, and (3^) a^ field course simulating the conditions of a tactical situation in an Infantry Division's Transportation Company. : < , r / ) Unclassified SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF THIS PAr,r:f»7mn Dafa linHirpd) PREFACE This report is one of two prepared under Work Unit DIV SKILL. Sponsored by the US Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, DIV SKILL sought to develop training programs to help unit training managers and trainers to employ performance-based practices in training and evaluating individuals in the unit. The related DIV SKILL report is "The Development and Trial Evaluation of Alternate Programs for Unit Training Managers and Trainers." DIV SKILL was a part of the work program of HumRRO's Western Division at the Presidio of Monterey, California, with Dr. Howard H. McFann as Director. Members of the HumRRO research staff were Dr. William H. Melching, principal investigator, Dr.
doi:10.21236/ada042585 fatcat:ltubjqkxh5hhjlkxass6rub5mi