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  • 1. 2001 CPO Indoctrination Terminal Learning Objectives Core Competency 1 Leading Sailors and applying their skills to tasks that enable mission accomplishment for the U.S. Navy After the training, the new Chief Petty Officer will be able to: 1. Construct a training regimen leading to on-time qualification (i.e. warfare, watch station, advancement) of the Sailors assigned to their charge. 2. Employ techniques to maintain career development, high retention, and low attrition through the use of every available leadership tool (e.g. CIPM, PDB, or CDB, etc.) 3. Describe and be able to explain to subordinates the role of their work center/division in the accomplishment of their command’s and the Navy’s mission. 4. Create and execute an effective work plan for their work center/division. Core Competency 2 Develop enlisted & junior officer Sailors After the training, the new Chief Petty Officer will be able to: 1. Conduct comprehensive Professional Development, Sailor of the Quarter, and Chiefs’ (Disciplinary) Review Boards & counseling sessions. 2. Demonstrate a working knowledge of all sections of the enlisted service record & performance summary record. 3. Describe the duties of the division officer as identified in SORM (OPNAVINST 3120.32 Article 361) and the responsibilities of commissioned officers as identified in Title 10 USC. 4. Prepare a division training plan for implementation in the command’s Planning Board for Training, to include long & short range training (in-rate or professional) to prepare their personnel for advancement or qualification. 5. Familiarize enlisted personnel & junior officers with resource programs that are vital to achieving Sailors’ success, such as: -Exceptional Family Member Program -Fleet & Family Support Center -Navy & Marine Corps Relief Society -Navy College Program -Lifelines 6. Demonstrate & describe the CCHHIIEEFF PPEETTTTYY OOFFFFIICCEERRSS aarree EEnnlliisstteedd wwaarrrriioorrss wwhhoo lleeaadd aanndd mmaannaaggee tthhee SSaaiilloorr rreessoouurrcceess ooff tthhee NNaavvyy tthheeyy sseerrvvee.. As such, Chief Petty Officers are responsible for, have the authority to accomplish, and are held accountable for: Leading Sailors and applying their skills to tasks that enable mission accomplishment for the U.S. Navy. Developing enlisted and junior officer Sailors. Communicating the core values, standards and information of our Navy that empower Sailors to be successful in all they attempt. Supporting with loyalty the endeavors of the chain of command they serve and their fellow Chief Petty Officers with whom they serve.
  • 2. 4. Inform, include, and involve Navy spouses and families in the Sailor’s command and career so as to improve the Sailor’s well-being and retention. Core Competency 4 Supporting with loyalty the endeavors of the chain of command they serve and their fellow Chief Petty Officers with whom they serve After the training, the new Chief Petty Officer will be able to: 1. Describe their responsibility to support the CPO Mess and the command in the following areas: -Mess function and operation -Contributions to the command’s mission, organization and goals. 2. Provide constructive feedback up and down the chain of command (e.g. ways of making command policy more effective, explaining the need to conduct an unpleasant but required duty) 3. Describe the steps to plan and execute a ceremony such as -Awards Presentation -Reenlistment -Promotion or Advancement -Retirement -Change of Command -Dining in/out CNO-MCPON Worldwide CMC Conference CPO 21 Building the CPO and the CPO Mess of the 21st Century Dallas, Texas 25-26 June 2001 Core Competency 3 Communicating the Core Values, standards, and information of our Navy that empower Sailors to be successful in all they attempt After the training, the new Chief Petty Officer will be able to: 1. Explain the content of: -Navy’s Mission Statement -U.S. Navy Regulations (Chapter 11, with emphasis on Art. 1131) -Uniform Code of Military Justice -U.S. Navy Uniform Regulations -Navy SORM (emphasis on chapter 1) 2. Discuss the importance of Navy Core Values, their application in daily life, & the impact on Sailors’ long-term well being. a. Explain the use of Navy Core Values to enforce the development of junior Sailors. b. Conduct a lecture on a significant event in our Navy’s history (using the MCPON Reading List) relating it to our Core Values and how they apply to today’s Navy. 3. Educate Sailors on the critical importance of Navy policies on -Fraternization -Harassment -Violence -Substance Abuse -Equal Opportunity -Hazing