Military Requirements for Petty Officers Third and Second Class (NAVEDTRA 14504)

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Military Requirements for Petty Officers Third and Second Class (NAVEDTRA 14504). AG1(SW) HEISLER 301-394-3214. MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS. Chapters Leadership, Supervision, and Training Military Justice and Bearing Quality of Life Career Information
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Military Requirements for Petty Officers Third and Second Class (NAVEDTRA 14504) AG1(SW) HEISLER 301-394-3214 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Chapters
  • Leadership, Supervision, and Training
  • Military Justice and Bearing
  • Quality of Life
  • Career Information
  • United States Military Organization
  • Safety and Hazardous Materials for the Petty Officer
  • Supply Procedures
  • Military Responsibilities and Duties
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Chapter 1: Leadership, Supervision, and Training The world has three types of people . . .
  • Those who make things happen
  • Those who watch things happen
  • Those who don’t know what’s happening Focus on the first two, avoid the third
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Chapter 1: Leadership, Supervision, and Training Purpose: To help you build a base for self-development
  • Section 1: Basics of leadership
  • Section 2: Relationship between leadership and human behavior
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the fundamentals of leadership
  • Recall Navy’s policy to provide leader development opportunities and training.
  • Recognize the relationships between leadership and people
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Fundamentals (basic principles) of leadership is the art by which a leader influences people to work toward a specific goal.
  • Reasoning ability
  • Experience
  • Personal example
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Where do leadership fundamentals come from?
  • We pattern our leadership behavior after people who are successful leaders
  • We learn from their successes and mistakes
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership What governs leadership actions?
  • U.S. Navy Regulations
  • Manual for Courts-Martial
  • Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy The petty officer’s job is to be sure his or her leadership actions conform to the rules and regulations governing the chain of command.
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Leader development is the responsibility of the individual, each Navy command, and the Navy training establishment (everyone in the Navy) The Navy has two categories of leadership training:
  • Leadership training courses and
  • Indoctrination training
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Leadership Training Courses
  • Includes Sailors selected to E-5, E-6, E-7, and Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat
  • Foundation of these courses include:
  • Values
  • Responsibility, authority, and accountability of leadership
  • Unity of command, Navy , and services
  • Total quality leadership
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Indoctrination Training
  • Petty Officer Indoctrination Course (E-4 selectees)
  • Chief Petty Officer Indoctrination Course (E-7 selectees)
  • Command Master Chief Course (4-day seminar within first 6 months after assignment)
  • Tailored leadership courses as part of the training for Recruit Company Commander (RCC) instructor and Navy recruiting force
  • Navy Command Indoctrination Program These courses provide information to members either entering a new paygrade or being assigned to a new duty station.
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership How do leadership fundamentals relate to people?
  • The most important element of leadership IS people
  • An effective leader recognizes each person as an individual with different values and beliefs
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Personal qualities of a leader
  • High standards of performance
  • Moral courage
  • Dedication to the Navy and the nation
  • Enviable example
  • Initiative
  • Loyalty to the chain of command
  • Accountability
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Personal qualities of a leader Set standards for yourself that you expect from others Leadership by Example NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Followership One point we often overlook concerning successful leaders is they were successful followers before they were successful leaders.
  • Followership and leadership are not opposites
  • Leaders perform both roles at the same time
  • Followership and leadership skills are similar
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Relationship Between Leadership & Human Behavior Learning Objective: Recognize the five basic levels of human need
  • Leadership and human behavior are related
  • Study your personnel
  • Try to get to know and understand them
  • Keep the lines of communication open
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Relationship Between Leadership & Human Behavior Five levels of human need (Maslow’s hierarchy of needs) NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Learning Objective: Translate work requirements into assignments and specific tasks for work center subordinates. What makes a person a good supervisor? A good supervisor will first break a job down into individual tasks and then ensure all needed materials are available. He or she will then assign the tasks to the most appropriate persons. NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills For any given job:
  • Break the job into tasks
  • Assign tasks
  • Coordinate material and safety requirements
  • Use the proper tool for the job
  • Make progress checks
  • Report the job status
  • Provide performance feedback
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills When reporting the job status, use the four “B’s”:
  • Be on time
  • Be accurate
  • Be brief
  • Be gone
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills When providing performance feedback: Provide POSITIVE FEEDBACK
  • Command Letter of Appreciation (LOA)
  • Command Letter of Commendation (LOC)
  • Flag LOA
  • Flag LOC
  • Navy Achievement Medal (NAM)
  • Navy Commendation Medal (NCM)
  • Sailor of the Month, Quarter, or Year
  • Even a Bravo Zulu (BZ) or a positive written counseling
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills When providing performance feedback: Provide CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK Guidelines:
  • Always praise good performance or correct poor performance as soon as possible
  • Praise in public, correct in private
  • Look for the reason behind the action (Why is someone not performing to standards)
  • If a problem exists, work with the subordinate to solve the problem
  • Try to be aware of what is going on with your workers
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Evaluating performance
  • Be honest
  • Put aside friendships and dislikes
  • Don’t let personal feelings and attitudes blur your professional judgment
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Counseling A tool to help a person explore, better understand, and find solutions to a problem (and is also an instrument of conflict resolution) There are 4 major types:
  • Personal
  • Career
  • Performance, and
  • Disciplinary
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Key counseling points
  • Counsel to solve a problem or to fulfill a need
  • Determine interview goal before meeting & review records
  • Give individual the facts, both pleasant and unpleasant
  • Be a good listener and be fair
  • Refer the individual to other resources for professional help
  • Keep the individual’s problem confidential
  • Help the individual grow in self-understanding
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Counseling DON’TS
  • DO NOT lose your self control
  • DO NOT make promises you cannot keep
  • DO NOT be quick to decide
  • DO NOT forget to document formal counseling and have the sheet signed
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) OPNAVINST 3500.34 (Additional information in Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) Management Guide NAVEDTRA 43100-1) A PQS is a compilation of minimum knowledge and skills necessary to qualify for a specific watch station, maintain specific equipment, or perform as a team member within a unit. NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Benefits of Continuous Improvement
  • Increased pride of workmanship
  • Increased readiness
  • Improved sustainability because of extended time between equipment failures
  • Better justification for budgets because of more efficient operations
  • Streamlined maintenance and production processes Total Quality Leadership is a practical application of “working smarter, not harder”
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Responsibilities of a Training Petty Officer
  • Assist in planning, developing, and coordinating training program
  • Develop monthly training schedules
  • Provide and/or assign instructors to give training
  • Provide training to assigned instructors in methods of instruction to be used for a lesson
  • Oversee preparation of training materials. Assist in advancement training for personnel
  • Observe training/instructors to ensure requirements are met.
  • Maintain training records
  • Keep personnel informed of PQS and training progress
  • Inform personnel of fleet and service schools
  • Provide information on Navy and DANTES courses, and aid in applying
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Responsibilities of a Training Petty Officer
  • Detailed information is available in the Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy, OPNAVINST 3120.32
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Instructional methods and techniques
  • Lecture method
  • Discussion method
  • Demonstration method Related techniques (applicable to the above)
  • Lesson summary
  • Oral questioning
  • Training aids
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Command Training Team
  • Support vital command-wide mandatory training
  • Fire fighting, safety, personal rights, responsibilities, and equal opportunity policies
  • CTT personnel trained to present Navy Rights and Responsibilities (NR&R)
  • Minimum of 2 E-6 or above trained in NR&R (except commands with less than 50 personnel) 50-100 2 members 101-200 3 201-300 4 301-Above 5
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Navy Rights and Responsibilities (NR&R) All personnel must attend an NR&R workshop within 90 days of reporting to a new permanent duty station. Commands must conduct training frequently enough to keep the class size below 20 people. NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 1 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Chapter 2: Military Justice and Bearing Petty Officer’s Authority You are given authority only to support you in carrying out your assigned duties and responsibilities. “General Authority” As a Petty Officer “Organizational Authority” By virtue of the billet you hold NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Authority General Authority Article 1037 of U.S. Navy Regulations (Authority of Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Petty Officers) Article 1020 (Exercise of Authority) Article 1132 (Compliance with Lawful Orders) NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Authority Organizational Authority Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy
  • Orders must be lawful
  • Cannot be tyrannical or capricious conduct
  • Cannot be abusive in language Authority is given only to fulfill duties and responsibilities. Should be delegated only as much as necessary and not beyond the lowest competent level.
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Authority Lawful Orders Cannot impose judgment outside the UCMJ, either through judicial process or non-judicial punishment (Article 15 of the UCMJ) NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Authority Extra Military Instruction (EMI) Military duty used to correct a deficiency in an individual.
  • Nonpunitive
  • Training device intended to improve efficiency
  • Must have a logical relationship to the deficiency you
  • Only for the period required
  • No more than 2 hours per day
  • Not to deprive of liberty or to take place on Sabbath
  • Authority resides with Commanding Officer
  • Normally not delegated below Chief Petty Officer
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Authority Withholding of privileges To correct minor infractions of military regulations
  • Special liberty
  • Exchange of duty
  • Special command programs
  • Base or ship libraries
  • Base parking
  • Base special services The final authority to withhold a privilege resides with the authority that grants a privilege
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Authority Extension of working hours Extension of working hours as a punishment except as specifically authorized by the UCMJ is illegal. Supervisors can require personnel to perform tasks efficiently and in a timely manner. NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Responsibility Reporting violations
  • You are responsible as a petty officer 24 hours per day
  • If you witness an enlisted person violate regulations, you should correct the person
  • If you are the senior petty officer present when a fight or brawl breaks out among Sailors, you must help to quiet the disturbance Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy, United States Navy Regulations, and the Manual for Courts-Martial
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Responsibility Report of offense processing
  • Notification can be oral or via written report chit
  • Report and Disposition of Offense(s), NAVPERS 1626/7 (or command’s local form)
  • The CO will assign a junior officer or senior petty officer to conduct a preliminary inquiry
  • Results of the inquiry will go to Executive Officer’s Inquiry (XOI)
  • The XO will either dismiss the report chit or forward it to the CO for Captain’s Mast You may be called as a witness
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Responsibility Rights of the accused
  • Article 31 of the UCMJ requires all suspects be informed of the charges against them, and their right to remain silent
  • They may also have the right to legal counsel
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Responsibility Redress of Grievances/Complaints of Wrongs
  • Article 138 of the UCMJ “any member of the armed forces who believes himself wronged by his commanding officer, and who, upon due application to that commanding officer, is refused redress, may complain to any superior commissioned officer, who shall forward the complaint to the officer exercising general court-martial jurisdiction over the officer against whom it is made. The officer exercising general court-martial jurisdiction shall examine into the complaint and take proper measures for redressing the wrong complained of; and shall, as soon as possible, send to the Secretary concerned a true statement of that complaint, with the proceedings had thereon.”
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Responsibility Redress of Grievances/Complaints of Wrongs
  • Article 1150 of the UCMJ “if any person in the naval service considers themselves wronged by an act, omission, decision, or order of a person who is superior in rank or command, that member shall not fail in maintaining a respectful bearing toward such a superior, but may report the wrong to the proper authority for redress in the manner provided in this article.” Such charges are serious and should not be made without advice from members of the chain of command and without consulting The Manual for the Judge Advocate General, JAGINST 5800.7 Chapter III
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Responsibility Courts-Martial
  • Summary 1 commissioned officer
  • Special no less than 3 members
  • General Military Judge and no less than 5 members
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Responsibility Violations that should be reported
  • Assault of a superior commissioned officer or willful disobedience of a superior commissioned officer’s orders
  • Disrespect towards a superior commissioned officer
  • Being drunk while on duty
  • Drunken or reckless driving
  • Willful destruction of government property
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Petty Officer’s Responsibility Violations that should NOT be reported
  • Being late from time to time for routine muster
  • Falling down on the job from time to time and also lack of attention to nonvital details
  • Occasionally not completing work on time
  • NAVEDTRA 14504 Chapter 2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR Class PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Uniforms Sea-Bag inspections
  • DoD Directive 1338.5
  • DoD Instruction 1338.
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