Defining the training requirements for an individual enlisted sailor at fleet readiness center Mid-Atlantic, potential issues, and recommendations
Jewell, Devan W.
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Data was collected from all available sources to determine what the training requirements would be for an individual enlisted sailor at Fleet Readiness Center (FRC) Mid-Atlantic. This called for collecting data from the command and from sources available at Naval Postgraduate School. Navy-wide training requirements were collected and FRC Mid-Atlantic collected data on qualifications, licenses and medical training required by all rates within their command. The data was received in its raw form and the time to complete each requirement from months or weeks was converted into hours per year. I assumed that each individual had an average of 19 days per month to be trained and that training would last eight hours per day. The training was divided into four categories Navy-wide, Qualifications, Licenses, and Medical. Navy-wide and medical training consumed the least amount of time. Three specific rates are required to do more training than the other rates at the command. In particular, the Aviation Support Equipment Technician (AS) is required to complete over 36,000 hours of training combined. This amount of training is of great concern to the command leadership, considering an individual only has a little over 1,800 hours in a given year to complete assigned training.
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