Accession Number : ADM001384
Title : Occupational Analysis Products: Communications-Computer Systems Control - AFSC 3C2X1 (CD-ROM)
Descriptive Note : Occupational survey rept.
Corporate Author : AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT SQUADRON RANDOLPH AFB TX
Personal Author(s) : Boerstler, Robert
Report Date : APR 2002
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : ELECTRONIC FILE CHARACTERISTICS: 16 files; text and hypertext; HTML and MS Word .DOC. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: 1 computer laser optical disc (CD-ROM); 4 3/4 in.; 21 MB. SYSTEMS DETAIL NOTE: IBM-clone PC-compatible. ABSTRACT: This CD contains the products of the Occupational Analysis for AFSC 3C2X1, completed April 2002. The OSR is a summary of the analyses that include job descriptions of work performed within the AFSC, Duty AFSC Analysis, Training Analysis, and Job Satisfaction Analysis. Training Extract (Reserve Forces) The training extract provides detailed information for comparison to current training documents and programs. This includes task data matched to the CFETP by skill level groups, time in service groups, and MAJCOM groups to provide a tool for training decisions based on the percent of the members performing tasks in these groups. Analysis Extract (Active Duty) Analysis Extract (Reserve Forces) The analysis extract provides detailed information for various skill level groups, time in service groups, MAJCOM groups, and job groups as identified in the analysis. This product is much more detailed than the training extract, and is designed for more in-depth analysis of the career ladder. The OSR briefing is an MS PowerPoint briefing normally given at the U&Tw. It provides an overview of the results of the analysis. Task Analysis reports are conducted on selected enlisted AFSCs as part of the overall Occupational Analysis review process. Task analysis is a process used to determine how to perform a specific task within a specific duty and is a systematic study to determine the activities, skills and knowledge, resources, publications, tools and equipment required to perform that task. These reports are primarily designed to assist unit-level personnel (both active and reserve) in standardizing their on-the-job training programs. Some AFSCs are heavily TO-driven or QTPs already exist, and a TA will not be conducted on these AFSCs. For more information reg7
Descriptors : *CONTROL SYSTEMS, *COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS, MILITARY RESERVES, DECISION MAKING, SKILLS, JOB TRAINING, ACTIVE DUTY, INTERNET, JOB ANALYSIS, MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTIES, JOB SATISFACTION, PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT.
Subject Categories : PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND LABOR RELATIONS
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE