SNAP-III Training Administrative Subsystem integrated functional description
Chun, Conrad C.
Estrada, William R.
Haga, William J.
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This thesis provides a functional description for a shipboard training administrative subsystem designed to supplement the existing shipboard automated administrative management system with the ability to track to training requirements listed in the U.S. Navy Standard Organization and Regulations Manual. Presently, there is no standard automated training administrative application in the fleet and therefor shipboard managers are administratively burdened with keeping all training records manually. The proposed Training Management Subsystem will perform the functions in support of planning, monitoring and documenting shipboard training events. The training applications in the subsystem are designed to operate on hardware and software already provided by existing shipboard SNAP systems.
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