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Topic 1.14 enlisted advancements

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    • Career Development Training Course Enlisted Advancements 1
    • Enlisted AdvancementsEnabling ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this topic, the trainee will be able to: IDENTIFY the documentation used in the enlisted advancement process. LIST the Final Multiple Score (FMS) contributing factors for all enlisted candidates. IDENTIFY the FMS breakdown and maximum possible points for all enlisted candidates. IDENTIFY the process for calculating Performance Mark Average (PMA). 2
    • Enlisted AdvancementsEnabling Objectives (cont.) DETERMINE the PMA contribution to FMS. IDENTIFY the format and scheduling of enlisted advancement exams for all enlisted candidates. LIST the Time-In-Grade advancement requirements for all enlisted candidates. IDENTIFY the sources for Passed-Not- Advanced (PNA) points and how they are awarded. IDENTIFY advancement eligibility requirements for all enlisted candidates. 3
    • Enlisted AdvancementsEnabling Objectives (cont.) LIST the advancement eligibility requirements that need to be computed. IDENTIFY the enlisted advancement selection board process. IDENTIFY the Accelerated Advancement process. IDENTIFY the Command Advancement Program (CAP) purpose and policies. LIST the CAP eligibility requirements. 4
    • Enlisted AdvancementsReference Publications NAVPERS 15560, Military Personnel Manual (MILPERSMAN) Most current Rating Entry for General Apprentices (REGA) and Career Opportunity Matrix (CARMAT) Navy Advancement Center website: https://www.advancement.cnet.navy.mil 5
    • Enlisted AdvancementsReference Publications (cont.) BUPERSINST 1430.16(series), Advancement Manual NAVEDTRA 10052, Bibliography For Advancement Study NAVEDTRA 12061, Catalog of Nonresident Training Courses NAVPERS 18068(series), Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classification and Occupational Standards BUPERSINST 1610.10, Navy Performance Evaluation and Counseling System 6
    • Enlisted AdvancementsDocumentation NAVPERS 18068(series), Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classification and Occupational Standards:  Contains occupational and Naval standards for all Navy ratings.  Developed from periodic fleet surveys of Sailors in the ratings and community representatives.  OCCSTDS and NAVSTDs found on the BUPERS CD ROM that is mailed to commands quarterly and at: http:// www.npc.navy.mil. 7
    • Enlisted AdvancementsDocumentation (cont.) NAVEDTRA 10052, Bibliography for Advancement Study (BIBS):  Provides a list of TRAMAN for all ratings and other publications for personnel to meet OCC and Naval standards.  Are available ONLY in electronic form.  Used by exam writers to prepare tests.  Are posted in March and September for the E-4/5/6 exams.  Are posted in July for the E-7 exam.  Ensure you always study the most recent BIBs. 8
    • Enlisted AdvancementsDocumentation (cont.) NAVEDTRA 12061, Catalog of Nonresident Training Courses:  Describes professional military and career development courses as well as specialized courses.  Explains eligibility requirements and ordering instructions. 9
    • Enlisted AdvancementsFinal Multiple Score (FMS) The Final Multiple Score (FMS) method looks at the “whole person”:  E-4/5/6:  Performance  Experience (Service in Paygrade, awards, and PNA points)  Exam Score (Standard Score)  E-7:  Performance  Exam Score (Standard Score) 10
    • Enlisted Advancements FMS for E-4/5 CandidatesBreakdown and Maximum Possible Points:Examination standard score: 80 37%Performance: 90 42%Service in Paygrade: 15 7%Awards: 10 5%Education: (2 AA or 4 BA/BS) 4 2%PNA points: 15 7% Total Possible: 214 100% 11
    • Enlisted Advancements FMS for E-6 CandidatesBreakdown and Maximum Possible Points:Examination standard score: 80 33.0%Performance: 116 47.5%Service in Paygrade: 17 7.0%Awards: 12 5.0%Education: (2 AA or 4 BA/BS) 4 1.5%PNA points: 15 6.0% Total Possible: 244 100.0% 12
    • Enlisted Advancements FMS for E-7 CandidatesMaximum Possible Points:Examination standard score: 80 50%Performance: 80 50% Total Possible: 160 100% 13
    • Enlisted AdvancementsPerformance Mark Average (PMA)How is PMA calculated? Evaluations/FITREPs used for candidates:  E-4 - As per NAVADMIN (past 8 or 9 mos)  E-5 - As per NAVADMIN (past 14 or 15 mos)  E-6/7 - Past 36 months Only the advancement recommendation (Block 45) of the evaluation is used to compute the PMA. 14
    • Enlisted AdvancementsPerformance Mark Average (PMA)Contribution to Final Multiple ScorePerformance FMS PointsMark Average E-4/5 E-6 4.00 90.0 116.0 3.80 74.0 100.0 3.60 58.0 84.0 3.40 42.0 68.0 These values are based on individual’s average over the cumulative reporting periods 15
    • Enlisted AdvancementsEnlisted Advancement Exam Format200-Question Exam: Professional Occupational + Military KnowledgeE-7 100 100E-6 115 85E-5 135 65E-4 150 50 16
    • Enlisted Advancements Enlisted Advancement Exam ScheduleJan 3rd Thursday E-7Mar 1st Thursday E-6 2nd Thursday E-5 3rd Thursday E-4Sep 1st Thursday E-6 2nd Thursday E-5 3rd Thursday E-4 17
    • Enlisted AdvancementsTime-in-Grade Requirements E-3 = 6 months E-4 = 12 months E-5 to E-8 = 36 months 18
    • Enlisted AdvancementsPassed-Not-Advance (PNA) Points What are they, and how are they determined?  Passed-Not-Advanced points come from two sources:  Performance Mark Average (PMA)  Final Exam Standard Score (SS) 19
    • Enlisted AdvancementsPNA Point Criteria Sustained superior performance. Awarded to those who pass the exam but are not advanced due to quota limitations. Points awarded each exam cycle based on combination of Performance Mark Average (PMA) and Exam Standard Score (SS). Up to 3.0 PNA points awarded per exam cycle up to 5 cycles (1.5 points max each for PMA and SS). 20
    • Enlisted AdvancementsPNA Point Computation PMA (max 1.5 points per cycle) awarded based on ranking relative to peers: Top 25% = 1.5 PNA Points Next 25% = 1.0 PNA Points Next 25% = 0.5 PNA Points Bottom 25% = 0 PNA Points 21
    • Enlisted Advancements PNA Point Computation (cont.) SS (max 1.5 points per cycle) awarded based on exam score: 57.01- 80.00 = 1.5 PNA Points 50.01- 57.00 = 1.0 PNA Points 42.01- 50.00 = 0.5 PNA Points < 42.01 = 0 PNA PointsMaximum Total Weight: 7% (E-4/E-5); 6% (E-6) 22
    • Enlisted AdvancementsAdvancement Eligibility RequirementsBUPERSINST 1430.16(series) Be recommended by CO/OIC. Have minimum Time-In-Rate (TIR). Be in proper path of advancement. Meet special requirements (citizenship, security, medical, ASVAB) for certain ratings. If required, complete service schools. Evaluation completed within computation period for advancement cycle. 23
    • Enlisted AdvancementsAdvancement Eligibility Requirements(cont.) Complete Enlisted Warfare Qualifications. Pass Navy-wide Advancement-in-Rate Examination. Maintain physical readiness per OPNAVINST 6110.1(series). Examination participation for LDO purposes. 24
    • Enlisted AdvancementsAdvancement Eligibility Requirements(cont.) Must not have a Fleet Reserve request pending (some exceptions). Successfully compete in a Navy- wide examination for advancement- in-rate or change-in-rating. 25
    • Enlisted AdvancementsAdditional Training Requirements forAdvancement Complete Petty Officer indoctrination (PO3). Complete Petty Officer First Class Selectee (PO1SLC) (NAVADMIN 272/08). Complete Petty Officer Second Class Selectee (PO2SLC) (NAVADMIN 272/08). Complete Chief Petty Officer Indoctrination Course (after the board results for CPO). 26
    • Enlisted AdvancementsComputing Eligibility Requirements Service-in-Paygrade (SIPG) Time-in-Rate (TIR) Date Terminal Eligibility Date (TED) Limiting Date 27
    • Enlisted AdvancementsE7/8/9 Selection Boards Composition:  Captain – Board President  Officers/MCPOs:  Board Members  Recorders 28
    • Enlisted AdvancementsSelection Boards (cont.) Advancement Quotas:  Determined by OPNAV 132  Billet vacant/inventory vs. projected losses  E8/9 - max 3% enlisted end strength Early Selectees Criteria:  No more than 10% E- 7 to E-9  No quotas by rating  # of quotas available is provided to the board 29
    • Enlisted AdvancementsSelection Boards (cont.) Performance Areas Considered:  Sustained superior performance (5 years of evaluations).  Whole person concept - Education, career history, breadth of experience, sea duty, leadership/MGMT, challenging assignments, ranking objective/subjective areas. 30
    • Enlisted AdvancementsSelection Boards (cont.) Slating Process:  Entire rating is reviewed, each record is reviewed/scored by at least 2 board members  Top to bottom  Crunch zone 31
    • Enlisted AdvancementsSelection Boards (cont.) Correspondence to Board:  Sailor submits a package of pertinent information:  Review ESR, PSR, Web Enabled Record Review on BOL  Don’t duplicate  Keep it simple  No pictures 32
    • Enlisted AdvancementsSelection Boards (cont.) Enlisted Performance Evaluations:  Provide input of what you did.  Ensure accuracy/maintain continuity.  Review evaluation. 33
    • Enlisted AdvancementsAccelerated Advancement MPM 1510-030 AEF/Nuclear Field ATF:  Advanced to E-2 or E-3 (CTI-N) upon reclassification into programs. Other Class “A” schools Recruiter Command Advancement Program (RCAP):  Sailors can be advanced up to and including CPO while on recruiting duty. 34
    • Enlisted AdvancementsBUPERINST 1430.16(series),Command Advancement Program(CAP) Background:  CAP was created in 1978 as an incentive for seagoing personnel to be recognized for superior performance. 35
    • Enlisted AdvancementsCAP Policies The number of personnel advanced depends on the total number of authorized enlisted billets. Command not authorized to CAP non- designated personnel into ratings requiring special selection process. If desired, a lower grade may be advanced. Meaning 3 E-5s and no E-6s could be advanced. Personnel selected are advanced between 1 January and 31 December. 36
    • Enlisted AdvancementsCAP Eligibility Requirements Must be active duty for a minimum of 30 consecutive days and assigned to a command designated as sea duty (type 2 or 4). Must meet advancement requirements for the next higher pay grade, with the exception of advancement exam participation. Must meet health and physical readiness requirements. 37
    • Enlisted AdvancementsGSA/IA Billets Sailors filling these billets may be eligible for late exams and/or waived from exam, yet advancement-eligible. Refer to NAVADMIN 003/08. 38
    • Enlisted AdvancementsSummary and Review Define Time-in-Rate (TIR). Define Terminal Eligibility Date (TED). Define SIPG. What is CAP? 39