3.Operational & Compensatory Capacity Overview

A short description and list of objectives for each lesson in the Operational & Compensatory Capacity module are provided on the following pages.

Lesson 1 — Calculating Operational Capacity

It is time to move to the next CDC Space Station…Calculating Operational CapacityOperational Capacity is the number of spaces that you will have when you implement your changes to maximize the use of your CDC. This outcome is based on everything you have learned about your CDC up to this point and what other CDC Directors have learned about their CDCs as well.

At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Define Operational Capacity.
  • Identify required materials and personnel needed when meeting to calculate Operational Capacity.
  • Complete Procedure 3, Calculating Operational Capacity.

Lesson 2 — Compensatory Space Capacity

The CDC Space Census voyage is about to end. We are pulling into the final space station — Compensatory Space Capacity. Here, you will learn the best and most efficient use of spaces in your CDC.

At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Explain Compensatory Space Capacity.
  • Describe Compensatory Enrollment and its importance.
  • Identify the personnel and materials needed to determine Compensatory Space Capacity.
  • Determine Compensatory Space Capacity and complete Worksheet 4.

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