4790.2B CHAPTER 10 PDF

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Hydraulic Contamination Control Designation Figure: EI Process Timeline Figure: Tool Container Change Request Figure: Tool Container Shortage List Figure: Plane Captain Refresher Training Syllabus v. It is a command responsibility, with all supervisors ensuring assigned personnel are adequately trained to safely perform their duties.

This training represents a major contribution to the Navy s overall training effort and requires a systematic training program. Experienced personnel instruct, demonstrate, and impart their skills to the less experienced.

The 4790.2bb learns by seeing the job done and gains experience by participating in the work. A well-defined and comprehensive OJT syllabus will ensure maintenance personnel receive the training and acquire the skills necessary to meet the command s operational commitments.

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OJT should be performed at every opportunity. OJT is not required to be documented daily, only upon task completion. Once an individual is certified by the Work Center Supervisor as proficient in a task area, OJT documentation for that task is no longer required.

QPT is integrated into each enlisted maintenance technician s ongoing training continuum by recognizing, complementing and expounding upon prerequisite formal schools and NEC training. Individuals are encouraged to continually progress towards the next higher QPT certification QPT certification levels and standards have been structured to correspond with career progression levels of Apprentice through Journeyman to indicate the corresponding skill level to be attained in professional development.

A specific QPT certification need be completed only once in a career QPT certification levels and standards are as follows: QPT PQS content address the minimum standard knowledge, skills, and abilities expected to accomplish billet work.

Development of PQS is in reverse; identifying first the tasks one must be able to perform, then the systems one will work with and then the fundamental knowledge needed to perform tasks safely and effectively.

When errors or change recommendations are noted fleet users may fill out the PQS feedback form on the last page in each PQS. This should be ed to the listed Model Manager for use during the next revision. The program primarily addresses productive direct labor on aircraft, aircraft SE, chqpter components from aircraft, and equipment pertinent to Occupation Fields70, and MOS In addition, ITSS MATMEP provides a means for documenting training related to indirect functional tasks, such as work center duties, QA, and Maintenance Control, that are essential to the overall performance of the maintenance organization and to the career development of the individual Marine ASM is an unclassified training management tool that supports AMTCS from the schoolhouse to the fleet.

The maintenance IST IMI available via MediaTrax is designed to provide remedial and refresher training in a self-paced setting or it chaapter be used by work center supervisors in a group setting to support unit level technical training. It also allows the user to request specific IMI and track the status of the order.

Upon receipt of an order, the training DVD or CD 4790.2n mailed directly to the requesting activity at no cost. When a deficiency is noted, fleet and schoolhouse users submit a TTCR via the web site Users can track the status from TTCR initiation through the approval process to 47990.2b resolution. This shall be a joint effort between the fleet and supporting training activities.


Training requirements shall include the following minimum 4790.2bb Specify courses related to: Recurring maintenance training lesson requirements should be kept to a minimum. Provide input to formal training courses via HPPRs that evaluate courses for content to ensure training is being accomplished based on current systems and fleet demands.

Manage and coordinate implementation, development, and improvement of the ASM and: Ensure all aspects of ASM are in compliance and meet the minimum requirements per this instruction. Develop local command procedures as required per Appendix D. Ensure training is accomplished for both permanently assigned and TAD personnel.

Ensure all personnel fully participate in the training program and comply with 4790.b policies and procedures. Ensure liaison and interface between training resources and individuals requiring refresher ASM training. Provide the CO with applicable reports. Upon designation as Program Manager, a self-audit shall be performed within 30 days and annually thereafter using the CSEC.

The most current self-audit shall be retained within the program file. Manage all areas of maintenance training for the department. Ensure training is conducted throughout the command to provide adequate knowledge of the ASM software system.

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Chapte Division Officer plans and organization to satisfy training requirements. Maintain a program file to include: Develop and implement a comprehensive Turnaround Training Plan to be executed between deployment cycles that identifies and tracks all operational training requirements. Squadrons that have both a home guard and deploying detachments shall develop a Training Plan that encompasses both the home guard and deploying detachment training requirements.

Assist and advise the MO in the areas of enlisted performance, billet chapetr, training, and manning within the department.

Ensure all divisions conduct training sessions to improve quality of performance and enhance promotional opportunities of assigned personnel. Participate in the assignment of senior petty officers within the department. 1 inspections of assigned spaces and personnel. Ensure audits are performed using CSEC per paragraph b.

Ensure completed special audits are chapterr via appropriate program managers. Vhapter and conduct ASM training for all required command personnel. Live video teleconference and web-based training are available upon request and can be provided to groups cha;ter any size as required. Each quarter, review progress in attaining qualifications. 47790.2b reviews shall be evenly spaced. For example, they should not be performed during the last month of a quarter and then again in the first month of the next quarter.

Ensure program managers and system experts provide timely training. Maintain a proper balance between maintenance and required training to ensure a critical mass of QPTs are on chaoter. Actively track qualification progress for assigned personnel. Report division training and qualification status to the Maintenance Training Program Manager. Assign personnel required billets and collateral duties within ASM.

Brief newly assigned personnel on qualification requirements, QPT career level completion time lines and expectations Work center supervisors shall: Ensure OJT is conducted by demonstration and simulation under supervision of qualified work center personnel or artisans.

For commands using ASM, ensure each individual has a digital version of their entire record. Assign appropriate training tasks within ASM to personnel upon check-in. Recommend technicians or artisans to the chain of command for final qualification. Ensure training is conducted within the work center to provide adequate knowledge of the ASM software system.


Review syllabi, lesson guides, and IMI lessons to ensure material is updated and current. Actively be involved in all aspects of their programs and are responsible for overall program condition. Review CSEC reports and chapteg to look for indications of whether additional training is required, and specifically who needs it.

It need not be in any specific format, but shall provide sufficient time to complete requirements using the applicable NAMPSOP chapter as a guide.

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Command indoctrination may be tailored to accommodate different levels of experience of reporting personnel. Activities using ESAMS to document safety training do not have to maintain duplicate safety training in hardcopy or electronically within other management systems Certain instructions, directives, and other information should be read by all work center members and may be routed by the AMO, division officers, or branch officers. The required reading shall be maintained in a Required Reading File containing, at a minimum, maintenance information such as messages, notices, directives, instructions, or memos.

A Required Reading Cross Reference Locator Sheet shall list the location of any item not available to an individual work center or too bulky to be included. The Work Center Supervisor shall review the Required Reading File monthly to ensure the material is current and all work center personnel are logging their progress.

When the information is no longer chaptdr, it shall be purged from the file. Chapyer through apply to O-level and I-level activities only. NAMP Indoctrination training at D-level activities may be provided via classroom instruction or electronic media Naval aviation maintenance activities shall use available supplemental lesson guides or IMI to conduct maintenance training.

Instructors, usually detailed from the Maintenance Department, are responsible for presentations and reports of student progress. Lecture number assigned for identification. Time duration of the lecture.

Title subject of lecture. Objective purpose of lecture. Instructional aids materials to assist in presentation, such as visual aids or schematics.

Indicate where materials can be found if not attached to the lecture. Instructor’s references material with which the instructor should be familiar before presenting the lecture. Presentation narrative or outline so complete that a 4790.22b or substitute instructor could conduct a satisfactory lecture. Safety related topics and QA functions shall be thoroughly discussed.

Summary key points which must include safety precautions and emergency procedures. Question and answer period specific questions regarding key points, safety precautions, and emergency procedures discussed in the lecture Where IMI is used, the requirements for written lesson guides do not apply. Duplicate paper records and forms are not authorized in activities where ASM has chaptsr implemented. For members chaptef to an activity where ASM has not been implemented, a paper record in a standard 9X12 folder shall be initiated.

The AMO shall certify that the qualifications, certifications, and licenses requiring signatures have been documented using electronic signatures. All other documents will be returned to chater individuals. The electronic version of the scanned training jacket will be provided via CD to the command. Individual training jackets will be electronically exported from the current command database to the receiving command database. Chief of Naval Operations Subj: Repair Station Training Program Initiated by: