Assessment of Cost and Training Effectiveness for a Candidate Training System Using the Comparison-Based Prediction Model 932598
The overall program objective was to identify, develop, and assess training requirements and system development methodologies that could be used to improve the instructional systems development (ISD) process to produce highly cost-effective training systems.
A specific cost and training effectiveness analysis (CTEA) model was applied to the design of a training system that was in the conceptual phase of development in order to (1) assess the utility of the selected model, and (2) evaluate the concept training system's potential effectiveness and cost. The information gained from this evaluation proved to be useful in making adjustments to the proposed design of a total training system during its design phase.
Citation: Babbitt, B., Semple, C., and Sparks, R., "Assessment of Cost and Training Effectiveness for a Candidate Training System Using the Comparison-Based Prediction Model," SAE Technical Paper 932598, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/932598. Download Citation
B. A. Babbitt, C. A. Semple, R. J. Sparks
Aerospace Technology Conference and Exposition
Education, Training, and Human Engineering in Aerospace-SP-0992