Organizations, particularly airlines, would benefit from training programs that are reusable across multiple occupational contexts. We have developed a framework incorporating the notions of identical elements and general principles for designing job specific and reusable training content and assessments. We developed training programs based on the framework and empirically evaluated how it addresses training needs. Results of the study suggest that the identical elements design is beneficial in specific training contexts, while a combination of the identical elements and general principles designs may support reusability.
Devoge, J. M.,
& Bass, E. J.
(2007). Developing Job Specific and General Training Content and Assessments. 2007 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 158-163.