107: Front End Analysis

  1. State the purpose of the Front End Analysis (FEA)
    To establish a defendable and repeatable process to determine the best training and media delivery methods to satify training requirements that exist from a new training requirement, or idenitfy a training gap in an existing course.
  2. When is a FEA performed?
    Typically performed after the JDTA has been conducted.
  3. List the triggers of a FEA
    • Revision to a Fleet Requirement
    • Revision to an elisted Occupational Standards
    • A new system not addressed in the acquisition Process
    • Fleet Feedback
    • Establishment/Disestablishment or Revision of a NEC
    • Rating merger
    • As directed by the Curriculum Control Authority (CCA)
  4. Explain the documentation of the FEA as detailed on the FEA template.
    Requesting Authority, Requesting Command, Start and End Dates, Reason, documents from existing course (CTTL/PPP/TCCD/JDTA), New Training Requirements, Gaps in Training, FEA of Existing Course Materials, FEA of Training Devlivery methods, FEA of Recommendations Information, FEA Output Statement Information.
  5. Identify who determines what curriculum development model will be used for currculum modifications within your learning environment.
    Curriculum Control Authority
  6. Explain the approval process of the finalized FEA
    Prior to routing the FEA to the CCA, for approval, send the FEA Approval Request to the Reqirements Sponsor, and receive the Requirements Sponsor Approval for concurrence and attach both documents to the FEA.
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107: Front End Analysis