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Roles of Personnel Presentation used during NECC Family Readiness Symposium 2011 (Draft CRM)

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  • -Facebook page NECC Family Readiness
  • -introduce ourselves, a little background about each other, etc. -Give explanation of the chapter; why we are here, to facilitate conversation and gain input/lessons learned/best practices to build the final product CRM; information to assist in building a strong team that collaboratively works together toward the same goal….overall Command, Personal, Family Readiness support and resiliency. -Provide a personal story to kick off session~ something that will lead in to the importance of understanding our roles, etc. (I’ve got mine, I will tell you today)
  • NECCs CPFRP is in no way to replace existing programs, and the CRM will not take the place of existing instruction; rather the manual is a training tool created by our deckplate Sailors to enhance their ability to better serve their combat commands and families.
  • -Volunteers provide responsibilities of the Triad. -Triad provide responsibilities of the volunteers -As a group discuss the importance of tying in the FRO; how the FRO is the commonality within the CFRT. Balancing the needs of the volunteers with the needs of the military side.
  • What are we missing?? What are your biggest concerns? What did we do right?
  • Importance of the XO’s support of the overall mission of the CO, the CPFRP, and the FRO. Navadmin 295/10 States - Family readiness is a CO’s responsibility, independent of the Sailor - Command authorities may contact family members, with or without the sponsors consent, when relaying official info directly related to family readiness
  • Encouraging the communication with the Ombudsman, building the trust, keeping the door open between the CO and volunteer. Supporting the FRO and understanding how the FRO can provide support to the CMC through Admin, information & referral, logistics, TFF planning, provide another pulse of the command, etc. The FRO does not replace in anyway, etc.
  • What is missing? What more can we do to support you within your position, CFRT, with the families…etc.
  • Chaplains- Chaplains provide ministerial and pastoral duties, in addition they can provide insight into emotional and spiritual well being of the Sailors After the Leadership spouse portion, discuss the FRG roles: -CO can endorse the group upon approval of FRG by laws being created and approved by CO. Highly suggested that the Leaders of the FRG fill out a Official volunteer form DD2793, in order to work collaboratively with the CFRT through written description of duties provided by the CO, and provide NECC CFRT training, etc. -Not added to matrix of NECC training b/c the FRG is a non-federal entity - Fundraising. As a private organization, an FRG may fundraise. Per references (d) and (h), commanders may officially endorse and approve FRG fundraising events when the fundraising occurs within command spaces and is conducted among their own members or dependents to raise money for the benefit of their own command members or dependents. In regards to fundraising elsewhere on an installation, FRGs will obtain approval of the installation commanding officer to hold fundraisers on base when the location is other than unit command spaces. FRGs may solicit local business or conduct fundraisers off the base; commands do not approve or disapprove such activities. However, FRG members will not solicit gifts or donations on behalf of the command or imply that the Navy officially endorses their fundraising activity. Service members and civilian employees may never solicit donations from contractors, even if acting in their personal capacity as a private member of the FRG.
  • Where are the holes? What did we miss? What’s working? What are your best practices that we have not touched on? What’s your biggest concern in regards to Family Readiness?

Roles of Personnel Presentation Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Roles of Personnel Family Readiness Officer Communication Total Force Fitness
  • 2. Mrs. Jennifer Mancini NECC Force Ombudsman FORCM Foresman NECC Force Master Chief Roles of Personnel
  • 3.
    • The spirit of the Combat Ready Manual is to augment current Navy Family Readiness Programs/Instruction through:
    • Team Building
    • Proactive Planning
    • Building Resiliency
    • Continuum of Support through
    • Total Force Fitness and an integrated
    • FRTP:
      • Shore
      • Sea
      • Operational/Support
    Command, Personal, Family Readiness Program
  • 4. CORE TEAM Independently we know our responsibilities, but how well do we know them and each others?
    • Command Family Readiness Team (CFRT)
    • Commanding Officer (CO)
    • Executive Officer (XO)
    • Command Master Chief (CMC)
    • Chaplains
    • Ombudsman (OMB)
    • Family Readiness Group (FRG)
    • Leadership Spouses
    • Family Readiness Officer (FRO)
    • ( Chapter 3)
  • 5. CO
    • Create CPFRP Policy Statement
    • Assign FRO (Deputy FRO, if needed)
    • Include FRO in INDOC
    • Attend CFRT training
    • Appoint all CFRT members
    • Offer Family Readiness Assessment Survey
    • Develop Crisis Response Plan/Crisis Communication Plan
    • Incorporate Personal/Family Readiness education in to GMT’s
    • Conduct training to CFRT on CPFRP Contact Sheets / NECC Family Care Plan
    CRM SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • 6. XO/COS/CSO
    • Support CPFRP
    • Serve as Information/referral resource for FRO, Sailors, and Families
    • Attend CFRT training
    • Attend CFRT meetings
    • Advise Sailors, on CPFRP contact form and the importance/benefits of the program
    CRM SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • 7. CMC
    • Support CPFRP
    • Serve as I&R resource for FRO, OMB, FRG, Sailors, and Families
    • Attend CFRT meetings
    • Attend CFRT training
    • Advise Sailors, on CPFRP contact form and the importance/benefits of the program
    CRM SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • 8. Ombudsman
    • Support CPFRP and Commanding Officer
    • Attend CFRT meetings
    • Attend CFRT training
    • Participate and assess CPFRP activities
    • Shall attend PII training in order to apply for a Logistical Access Card (LAC)
    • Contact FOCUS Rep for review of policy and training
    • Take Operational Stress Control via NECC portal or other means
    CRM SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • 9. Chaplain/Leadership Spouses
    • Chaplain: CRM SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Attend CFRT training
    • Leadership Spouses: CRM SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Recommended Ombudsman training
    • Recommended FRG Training
    • Encouraged to attend CFRT training
  • 10. Group Exercise “FRTP”
  • 11. F4 Tornado hits units homeport initial recall reveals: 1 Sailor death 1 deployed Sailors Family displaced Group Exercise “ Crisis Response”
  • 12. Chapter Resources
    • COMNECC Virtual Resource Library
      • Combat Ready Manual
    • www.slideshare.net/COMNECC/documents
      • NOTE: Common Access Card (CAC) NOT required
    • NECC FAMILY READINESS PORTAL PAGE:
    • https://www.portal.navy.mil/necc/fr/default.aspx
      • NOTE: Common Access Card (CAC) required
      • Combat Ready Manual
      • FRG Instruction/Manual
      • OMB Instruction/Manual
      • CPFRP Contact Sheet/Opt-out Form
  • 13. More Chapter Resources
    • CNIC CO/FRG resources:
      • Request for Command Support, Designation Letter, and Resignation Letter
    • http://www.cnic.navy.mil/CNIC_HQ_Site/WhatWeDo/FleetandFamilyReadiness/FamilyReadiness/FleetAndFamilySupportProgram/DeploymentReadiness/CNICP_A266834
    • CFRT resource:
      • Personal Identifiable Information (PII) Training http://www.cnic.navy.mil/CNIC_HQ_Site/WhoWeAre/CNICJobs/PersonnelCheckInCheckOut/ContractorPersonnel/CNICP_A161457
      • NAVADMIN 295/10
  • 14. Questions?