A profile of scientist and engineer training conducted by the Naval Avionics Center.
Gregory, Michael Lee
Crawford, Alice M.
Roberts, Benjamin J.
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This thesis provides an assessment of the training program from the perspective of civilian scientists and engineers working at the Naval Avionics Center (NAC) . this assessment can be used in conjunction with other studies to provide NAC management with a basis on which to evaluate its return on investment from training. The author used a questionnaire to survey scientists and engineers in order to reveal training related trends across departments, job categories, paygrade levels, gender, ethnic origin, age, experience at NAC, and marital status. The author concluded that there is a good organizational climate for and support of the training program at NAC, that most of the job needs of scientists and engineers are being met by NAC's training program, and that there are some administrative changes needed to improve the training program. In addition, the kinds of NAC training that are most useful to scientists and engineers are identified. The author presented several recommendations to improve the training program at NAC.
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