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slide 1: U.S. National Park Service Prepared by Fierce Four Instructional Treatment Plan Unit Vanessa Chulak Candice Cooper Dawn McCain Tammy Pugh With the assistance of Dr. Atsusi Hirumi for UCF Course EME6613 Photo credit: public domain NPS.gov slide 2: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 2 Table of Contents Unit Descriptors Course Title……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..……… 3 Unit Number and Title……………….……………………………………………………………………………………………………...……………..……… 3 Terminal Learning Objective…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…....... 3 Enabling Learning Objective…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…........ 3 Prerequisites……………………………………………………………………………………………………...………………………........................................ 3 Time Requirements…………………………………………………………………………………………...…………………………………………….……… 3 Resources………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..……………… 4 Instructional Strategy and Media Selection Unit 1 Instructional Strategy………………………………………………………………………………………...………………………………………………………………………... 5 Media Selection Rationale Unit 1.0 Learner Assessment Alignment Unit 1.0 Learner Assessment Alignment Table…..……………………………………………………………………………...……………………… 7 slide 3: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 3 Unit Descriptors The following objectives outlined in the Instructional Treatment Plan are based on the goal analysis subordinate skills analysis and the learner and context analysis for the first simple task of the goal statement. Course Title National Park Service NPS - Historical Structure Assessment and Documentation Training Unit Number and Title Unit 1 – Condition Assessment of Simple Historic Structure Terminal Objective Learner should be able to complete the annual task of assessing and documenting a 100 of the findings for a simple historic structure. Enabling Objective After successfully completing Unit 1 a learner should be able to accurately: • Review documentation required for assessment. • Identify relevant data from the supporting documentation. • Write list of required tools time and personnel needed for task. • Create a work order based on assessment findings. • Prepare data for input Prerequisites Learners must be able to access and organize reports using Asset Management Reporting System Classified Structure Database and TIC to locate and secure documents. The learner should know how to contact the Park’s Resource Manager to check archives for documentation. The learner should be organized and have knowledge of construction technology drafting experience building inspection technology codes ordinances regulations report writing blueprint reading building typographies and architectural components. Time Requirements Unit 1: Training is a 1-day course for 3-4 hours. slide 4: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 4 Resources Training will incorporate Moodle and Sea Otter Island. The course will utilize various tools to assist in simulating simple historic structure encountered in the field. The learner will be provided with instruction on how to use various programs to retrieve forms and documents to assess structure. Learners will be given access to Facility Management Software Systems Facility Conditional Asset Survey Conditional Assessment Job Plans and Inspection Guidance Forms. slide 5: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 5 Instructional Strategy and Media Selection Learning by doing Instructional Events Description Media Tool Selection Define Goals In this training you will learn the steps required to assess the conditions of a simple historic structure. You will document the work necessary to preserve the structure and input your data into FMSS. The virtual mentor will walk you through the process in this online course. Online Course Moodle Sea Otter Island Set Mission Your first mission is to complete an assessment of a simple historic structure. This mission will be completed with the assistance of a virtual mentor to guide you through the whole process. This assignment is high profile due to the historic nature of the structure and its significance in the community. The structure is beloved by local residents and serves as a focal point for all community gatherings Online Course Moodle Sea Otter Island Present Cover Story You have completed an online course with a virtual mentor and it is now time to prepare for your first mission. NPS has determined your mission is to assist with standardizing processes to assess the condition of a simple historic structure and document all deficiencies. You will be given access to all available documentation regarding the historic nature of the structure. It is important that this assessment is completed properly to avoid disappointing an entire community. Your final step will be to document the deficiencies discovered during the assessment. Online Course Moodle Sea Otter Island Establish Roles Your virtual mentor will be your teacher and guide throughout the online process. As the FMSS Specialist Skilled Tradesperson and or a Experienced Specialist will learn the steps involved with assessing a simple historic structure. Online Course Moodle Sea Otter Island Operate Scenarios The virtual mentor will walk you through the steps for a simple structure unit. 1. Gathering Documents: The simple structure unit will receive the work order with all Online Course Moodle Sea Otter Island slide 6: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 6 the documents specific to the structure along with supplemental documents that may be useful. 2. Preparing for Assessment: Preparation includes analyzing the giving documentation to help assess the time on task appropriate tools to take to the location as well as contacting the appropriate personnel before going to the field. 3. Visit a virtual field to Assess the Condition: The virtual field tour will assess the inside of the simple structure first followed by the exterior. You will have both the floor and elevation drawing to appropriately identify the key features that will be assessed. If deficiencies are found inside or outside the structure the historic architects will either determine a treatment plan or determine the character-defining features CDF and used interpretation of the structure before determining the treatments. Provide Resources Documents provided: - Construction plans drawings pictures - Historic Structure Report - Historic Resource Study - Deficiency Work Orders - Condition Assessment Report - Cultural Landscape report CLR - Inspection Guidance - FMSS Asset Types - Asset Management Overview - others Online Course Moodle Sea Otter Island Provide Feedback The virtual mentor will provide the learner with feedback after each practice test. At the end of the course the learner will also take a post test to test the learners knowledge. Online Course Moodle Sea Otter Island slide 7: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 7 Learner Assessment Alignment Table Table 2 was generated to ensure alignment between specified subordinate skills learning objectives and learn assessments. Column 1 lists essential subordinate skills identified from analyzing the task of completing a condition assessment of the simple historic structure. Column 2 objectives for completing the condition of a simple structure Column 3 Classification Column 4 Method and Column 5 Item and Critieria. The table indicates that X instruments will be used to measure learners’ achievement of specified training objectives including a series of embedded conventional criterion-referenced multiple choice-tests that will be embedded throughout Skills Objective Classification Method Item/Criteria Portray procedure Terminal Objective: Given a work order to assess the condition of a relatively simple historic structure and access to all required documents NPS facility management specialist and skilled tradesperson will be able to portray the condition assessment procedure with 90 accuracy and assistance from a mentor. Concept Post Test Conventional criterion referenced test CRT 1. What tasks do the FMSS Specialist tradesperson and facility management specialist assess in this course a. Reviews relevant documents and identifies the use period of significance complexity key components and systems of the structure b. Assessment Inspections on historic structures c. Document the work required to preserve and maintain the structure d. All the above 2. Once a work order has been generated what are the next steps a. FMSS specialist assigned to the project needs to gather the tools for conducting the assessment b. FMSS specialist assigned to the project needs to gather the documentation c. FMSS specialist needs to determine significance and integrity of the structure d. FMSS specialist prepares for the assessment 3. When reviewing work order you should a. Identify the use and period of significance slide 8: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 8 b. Determine complexity of structure c. Identify key components and systems d. All of the above 4. What type of historic structure will you be assessing a. Complex b. Intermediate c. Very Complex d. Simple 5. To assess the conditions of the structure what documents do you need a. Public records request b. Floor plans and elevation drawing c. A deed to the property d. Citizen status of the owner Distinguish factors that make assessment more complex Enabling objective: Given the different complexity levels of the historic structures NPS facility management specialist and skilled tradesperson should be able to distinguish the factors that make the assessment more complex. Problem solving Practice Test Conventional CRT 6. How often does the simple level conduct an assessment a. Every couple years b. Every 5 years c. Every year d. Every 3 years 7. What are the different levels of complexity a. Simple Moderate Complex Very Complex b. Simple Intermediate Complex Advance c. Simple Intermediate Complex Very Complex d. Modest Intermediary Complicated Very Complicated slide 9: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 9 8. Below you will find different types of specialist. Please choose the specialist needed for a very complex assessment. a. FMSS Specialist Cultural resource specialist historical architect and mechanical systems SME b. FMSS specialist and Exhibit specialist c. FMSS specialist Cultural resource specialist historical architect mechanical systems and structural engineer or materials conservator d. FMSS Specialist and cultural resource specialist 9. What level of complexity is provided all documentation a. Simple b. Intermediate c. Complex d. Very Complex 10. Which one is not a key variable of determining the complexity of the structure a. Accessibility of structure b. Use storage office space tours c. A wall d. Amount of documentation Identify structure specific documents Using AMRS required documents will be generated to assist on the analysis of a simple historic structure in the field Rule procedural rule Practice Post Test Conventional criterion referenced test CRT 11. What is the name of the system used to generate reports a. Access Media Reporting Service b. Asses My Reports Software c. Asset Management Reporting System d. All Management Reporting System 12. An example of a supplemental document would be slide 10: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 10 a. Google search on NPS b. FMSS Asset Types c. Car Fax Sheet d. Blueprints to the Empire State Building 13. Where can you find older documents a. In AMRS b. The Archives c. The trash can d. Your mentor’s desk 14. Which of following is not a required document a. Historic Structure Report b. Cultural Landscape Report CLR c. Assessment Detail Report d. Historic Events Report Identify useful supplemental documents Identify supplemental documents deemed necessary for specific structure type. Procedure Practice Post Test 15. Which of these documents is considered supplemental a. Deficiency Work Orders b. Inspection Guidance c. Historic Structure Report d. Vitamin World 16. Which document provides guidance on what to look for when the condition of an historic structure a. Work Order Flow b. Guide to history c. Inspection Guidance d. Asset Planning Guide 17. Which document will provide a description of asset types a. Bank of America b. FMSS Asset Types slide 11: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 11 c. Schwab Portfolio d. FMSS Conditions Report 18. Assessing a simple historic structure guarantees complete documentation is available a. Yes b. No 19. Asset Management Overview is considered what type of document a. Helpful b. Required c. Legal d. Supplemental Recognize tasks to prepare Determine necessary tools and personnel needed in field to assess simple historic structure Problem Solving Product Checklist 20. Based upon documentation the following task should be performed prior to field visit: • Acquire proper tools • Appropriate personnel • Obtain necessary field clearances for location Identify tasks for assessing structure in the field Documentation without deficiency is provided to learner. Using requirements via checklist learner will assess a simple historic structure in the field. Rule procedural rule Practice Post Test Conventional criterion referenced test CRT 21. What is used to analyze and describe condition of interior features a. Floor Plans a. Elevation Drawings b. A Chalkboard c. Your best guess 22. Elevation Drawings describe _________ features a. Interior b. Exterior c. Both Interior and Exterior d. Neither Interior or Exterior slide 12: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 12 23. What is the next step after analyzing and describing each feature a. Number the features b. Note the deficiencies c. Take pictures d. Draw floor plans/lines of elevation 24. What is imperative when taking pictures a. Take pictures in order of your notes b. Come up with a catchy name for each picture c. Take pictures prior to describing the conditions d. Take several copies of each feature Recall key aspects for reporting deficiencies Given the 2016 Facilities Condition Assessment Report Form students will be able to record any deficiencies found inside of the building. Evaluation Post Test: Short Answer Quiz 25. Describes overall property condition and relevant deficiencies discovered 26. Lists specific deficiencies classified as immediate or deferred maintenance items and recommended actions with budgetary costs 27. Describes site components and building construction types materials and systems 28. Includes color photographs depicting major building systems deficiencies and general property appearance 29. Determines capital needs and replacement schedule within client specified term length and budgetary costs. Relate condition assessment Given a completed 2016 Facilities Condition Analysis Practice Post Test 30. Asset management allows parks to manage deferred maintenance. slide 13: NPS Instructional Treatment Plan 13 procedure to Overall Asset Management Process Assessment Report students will be able to relate the condition assessment to the overall asset management process. True or False a. True b. False 31. A goal of asset management is to anticipate maintenance needs and fix problems after they become expensive emergencies. a. True b. False 32. The overall condition of assets is improved with asset management. a. True b. False 33. Parks will not be able to predict and justify future budget requests as result of condition assessment. a. True b. False 34. Proper care of assets through their useful life cycle saves resources in the short run. a. True b. False

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