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Topic 1.6 CDB


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Topic 1.6 CDB

  1. 1. Career Development Training Course Career Development Boards 1
  2. 2. Career Development BoardsEnabling ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this topic, the trainee will be able to: STATE the purpose of Career Development Boards (CDBs). IDENTIFY the benefits of CDBs. NAME the CDB command-level and department-level members. LIST the CDB member responsibilities. 2
  3. 3. Career Development BoardsEnabling Objectives (cont.) IDENTIFY the requirements to perform a command-level or department-level CDB. IDENTIFY CDB general discussion topics. IDENTIFY the process to prepare for CDBs. EXPLAIN the purpose of the Individual Career Development Plan (ICDP). BRIEF a CDB Panel. 3
  4. 4. Career Development BoardsReference Publications OPNAVINST 1040.11(series), Navy Retention and Career Development Program NAVPERS 15878(series), Career Counselor Handbook SECNAVINST 5216.5(series), Naval Correspondence Manual NPC website: http:// 4
  5. 5. Career Development BoardsPurpose CDBs are the primary delivery method to ensure all Sailors and their families are provided the guidance necessary to make informed career decisions based on current Navy policies, programs, and procedures. 5
  6. 6. Career Development BoardsBenefits Provides all enlisted Sailors the opportunity for optimal development of their professional skills. Enhances unit readiness. Encourages upward mobility. Improves job satisfaction. Ensures the retention of the best qualified Sailors. 6
  7. 7. Career Development BoardsBoard CompositionCDBs consist of 2 levels:Command-Level CDBs:  CMC/COB/SEL (Chairperson)  CCC/Unit CC  Augmented by: Leading Chief Petty Officer (LCPO), Education Service Officer (ESO), Personnel/Pay Specialist, CMEO, Mentor and department CDB members as directed. 7
  8. 8. Career Development BoardsBoard Composition (cont.) Department-Level CDBs:  LCPO (Chairperson)  Division Chief Petty Officers (CPOs)  Leading Petty Officer (LPOs)  Department Career Counselor  Divisional Career Counselor  Augmented by: ESO, Pay/Personnel Specialist and Mentor as directed 8
  9. 9. Career Development BoardsResponsibilities CCC/Dept. Career Counselors:  Indoctrinate Sailors on CDB process.  Schedule CDBs.  Draft CDB minutes (using CIMS).  Maintain minutes for 2 years.  Provide records and information as required (CIMS).  Ensure advancement criteria/statistics are available (CIMS). 9
  10. 10. Career Development BoardsResponsibilities (cont.) Educational Service Officer  Technical advisor to the CDB. Dept/Div LCPO/LPO  Ensure Sailors are afforded the opportunity to appear before a CDB.  Provide professional support to their Sailors.  Accompany Sailors to all appearances before the CDB. 10
  11. 11. Career Development BoardsCommand-Level Requirements The command-level CDB will see all Sailors as stipulated below:  First enlistment Sailors within 30 days of reporting, or first 3 drill weekends if they are a drilling reservist.  Exam Scores – Sailor has Passed- but Not Advanced (PNA’d) three times, has as standard score of 40 or below, is not selection-board- eligible, or has exam failures. 11
  12. 12. Career Development BoardsCommand-Level Requirements (cont.) Reasons for appearing (cont.):  Review of Service Record for E-7/8/9 candidates.  Sailor is within 24 months of High Year Tenure (HYT).  Sailor is striking for a rating.  Sailor requests Fleet “A” school.  Commissioning Programs  Sailor requests conversion/reversion. 12
  13. 13. Career Development BoardsCommand-Level Requirements (cont.) Reasons for appearing (cont.):  Sailor is PTS-eligible.  Sailor has applied for a commissioning program.  Sailor is recommended by department CDB.  Sailor is a non-select for E-7/8/9.  Other reasons and as requested by the Sailor. 13
  14. 14. Career Development BoardsDept.-Level CDB Requirements The dept.-level CDB will see all Sailors as stipulated below:  At Sailor’s 6th month, 12th month, 24th month, 36th month, 48th month, and 60th month upon check-in.  Prior to Sailor’s transfer/separation.  Prior to Sailor applying for Special Programs.  13 months prior to Sailor’s PRD (CMS-ID)  Perform To Serve (PTS) 14
  15. 15. Career Development BoardsDept.-Level CDB Requirements Reasons for appearing (cont.):  Exam Scores: Sailor has PNA 3 times, standard score 40 or below, selection board not eligible, and exam failures.  Sailor is non-selected for E-7/8.  Review of records for E-7/8 selection board candidates.  Upon Sailor’s request. 15
  16. 16. Career Development BoardsCDB Discussion TopicsThe following general topics will be discussed at CDBs: All topics listed on the Individual Career Development Plan (ICDP) Familiarization with individual Sailor’s background Command mission, vision, guiding principles, and Sailor expectations ASVAB Military standards 16
  17. 17. Career Development BoardsCDB Discussion Topics (cont.) Check-in/Indoctrination process review Advancement requirements Rating or “A” school selection (GENDETS/PACT) Reserve bonus/MGIB-SR eligibility Perform To Serve (PTS) High Year Tenure (HYT) Navy Reserve affiliation 17
  18. 18. Career Development BoardsCDB Preparation Location:  Ensure private and non-threatening space. CDB worksheet:  Prepare from Career Counselor Handbook/CIMS. Brief the panel:  Brief on CDB expectations. Conduct board using applicable topics. 18
  19. 19. Career Development BoardsIndividual Career Development Plan(ICDP) Located in Appendix (G) of the Career Counselor Handbook. Prepared forms for the ranks listed below:  E-1 – E-3  E-4 – E-6  E-7 – E-9 19
  20. 20. Career Development BoardsICDP (cont.) Developed to provide specific topics and guidance for each CDB throughout the lifecycle of the Sailor. Assists Sailors in establishing goals and milestones to chart a roadmap to success. Reviewed at each command-level CDB. 20
  21. 21. Career Development BoardsSummary and Review List the benefits of a CDB. Who are the command-level and department-level CDB board members? List situations when a CDB is performed. What is a Individual Career Development Plan (ICDP)? 21