This book provides a methodology for analysing team tasks to identify the critical aspects of team performance that need to be trained and to determine appropriate training solutions to enable teams to operate efficiently, effectively and safely.
Table of Contents
Part I: Underpinning Theory and Models 1. Introduction 2. Individual Tasks 3. Team Tasks 4. Team Task Analysis 5. The Training Environment 6. The Training Overlay Part II: The TCTNA Methodology 7. TCTNA overview 8. Project Initiation 9. Team/Collective Task Analysis 10. Constraints, Assumptions, Risks and Opportunities Analysis 11. Training Environment Analysis 12. Training overlay Analysis 13. Training Options Analysis
Dr John Huddlestone is a Senior Research Fellow in the Human Systems Integration Group within the Engineering and Computing Faculty at Coventry University in England. His research interests include team training, training needs analysis, training methods and media and aviation human factors. Current research projects include the human factors of future flight deck technologies and single pilot operations, and the team and collective training implications of future maritime unmanned systems concepts. His research has also included the specification and evaluation of multiplayer simulation systems and the evaluation of novel training media. Before joining academia, he was a Royal Air Force Officer. Working in the training specialisation, he was responsible for the analysis, design and delivery of a wide variety of training solutions in the aviation and engineering domains. He was a member of the Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre team that was awarded the Ergonomics Society President’s Medal for their outstanding contribution to Human Factors research. He holds a PhD in applied psychology from Cranfield University, a Master’s degree in Computing Science from Imperial College, London and Batchelor’s Degree in Education from Nottingham Trent University. Jonathan Pike is a freelance training specialist currently living in Perth, Western Australia. Between 2005 and 2014, while working in the Human Factors Department of Cranfield University and the Human Systems Integration Group of Coventry University, he conducted research for the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory under the auspices of the Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre and Defence Human Capability Science and Technology Centre. He was a member of the Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre team that was awarded the Ergonomics Society President’s Medal for their outstanding contribution to Human Factors research. A visiting researcher at Coventry Uni