Training Design for Instance-Based Learning – The “Staged Process Control Readiness Training” (SPCRT)

  • Annette Kluge
Chapter

Abstract

In this chapter, the basic learning processes introduced in Chap.  4 are translated into training designs for novices and experts under the label of the “Staged Process Control Readiness Training”, which has two stages. Additionally, important issues for training design preparation are pointed out, which are the understanding of the production context, e.g. by document analysis, and the relevance of conducting a cognitive task analysis, e.g. by using the critical decision methods.

Training stage 1 addresses the training objectives of novices and explains the relevant training components, which are a full-scope simulator, the design of instances, experiential learning, component practice, briefing and de-briefing techniques, and outlines the responsibilities of the trainer in this stage 1. Stage 2 addresses the training objectives of expert control room operators and formulates training principles in order to make the most of practice. Deliberate practice is proposed to be provided by means of decision skill training, critical thinking training, stress exposure training and team training methods, which are adapted to the expert control room operator’s training needs. Finally, the responsibility of the trainer in stage 2 is emphasised.

Keywords

Mental Model Deliberate Practice Training Objective Teamwork Skill Training Design 
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  • Annette Kluge
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  1. 1.Business and Organizational PsychologyUniversity Duisburg-EssenDuisburgGermany

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