An examination of afloat training officer milestones in support of training officer career progression
Pederson, James R.
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assume TO billets. As 120X officers become Manpower Personnel Training and Education and Subject Matter Experts, additional specific training may be required when fulfilling challenging billets such as the CVN TO billet. Any additional training must be identified and implemented to any deficiency. Inconsistencies between operational requirements and training programs need to be addressed in order to minimize any possible negative impact on returns. This research examines three areas of professional development and training. The first area, from a traditional perspective, examined formal training and its effectiveness on the 120X community. The second was, on-the-job training, and its effectiveness that often augments formal training. Lastly, the third focused on unrestricted line officers who lateral transfer into the human resources community that bring valued competencies to the 120X community and the Navy human capital enterprise.
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