job breakdown

job breakdown

[′jäb ′brāk‚dau̇n]
(industrial engineering)
Separation of an operation into elements. Also known as operation breakdown.
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Part of preparing the training is creating a job breakdown, which is used to not only guide the learning experience, but also to serve as a job aid for the learner.
In order to achieve that certification, they are required to demonstrate creating a job breakdown on a medium level difficulty task and using it to conduct two on-the-job training sessions with two different trainees while being observed by a Master Trainer.
Including change agents in the focus group and later in the job breakdown development has helped to change the culture.
Sample Job Breakdown (Dooley; Cannon and Gustafson; Van Buren) Job Breakdown Form PREPARED BY: Matthew Rushing TASK: 3.
They prepared job breakdowns and delivered two structured on-the-job trainings in groups of three or four before leaving the class.
Job breakdowns identify not only the task and, if applicable, sub-tasks, but also list the training objective, materials, key steps, standards, and tips for training that task (See Figure 3) (Dooley; Cannon and Gustafson; Van Buren).
Job breakdown was also achieved by job dilution, which was the reduction in the amount of skill necessary to perform a job by breaking it down into its component parts.