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(b) Training Allocation by Module (see example, Figure E.5)
Training Allocation by Module
HOURS EVENTS HOURS
(c) Training Time Analysis (See example, Figure E.6)
3. Training Time Analysis. The following table shows the additional training
contact time involved for each programmed academic curriculum hour, flight, or
simulator event. The figures represent the minimum average time a student is
involved in the direct learning process, either in preparation for, or
utilizing training equipment.
ADDITIONAL TRAINING TIME PER PROGRAM CURRICULUM
HOUR (Ch) OR EVENT (e)
*Training time per event.
**Training time per curriculum hour.
***Self preparation and study time for academic and flight support and viewing
audiovisual training aids
a. Administrative Time, transit time from activity to activity, meals,
scheduling delays, and military watchstanding duties are not considered. The
student training week is based on 6 hours of training per day, 5 days a week
(30 hours). Computation of student training is based on the following
Ch = Curriculum hours
Ta = Training Days Required (Academics)
Ch = Ta
The Ta calculated is the total contact time required to complete this phase of