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As   an   instructor,   be   especially   careful   in   your   personal   associations,   particularly   as   regards student   interactions.   Make   sure   your   actions   and   the   actions   of   your   students   support   the Navy’s  policy  on  fraternization  and  reflect  the  Navy’s  core  values. SEXUAL   HARASSMENT As   a   Navy   instructor,   make   sure   you   maintain   high   standards   of   honesty,   integrity, impartiality,   and   conduct   in   dealing   with   all   personnel   regardless   of   sex.   Sexual   harassment   is unacceptable   conduct   that   undermines   the   integrity   of   the   instructor-student   relationship.   The Navy  has  a  longstanding  policy  of   zero   tolerance   of   sexual   harassment. Sexual  harassment  is  a  form  of  discrimination  involving  unwelcome  sexual  advances,  requests for   sexual   favors,   and   other   verbal   or   physical   conduct   of   a   sexual   nature   when   the   following occurs: w  Submission  to  or  rejection  of  such  conduct  is  made  either  explicitly  or  implicitly  a  term or  condition  of  a  person’s  job,  pay,  or  career n  Submission  to  or  rejection  of  such  conduct  by  a  person  is  used  as  a  basis  for  career  or employment   decisions   affecting   this   person n  Such  conduct  interferes  with  an  individual’s  performance  or  creates  an  intimidating, hostile,   or   offensive   environment Prevention   of   sexual   harassment   is   the   responsibility   of   all   personnel.   As   an   instructor, however,  you  are  in  a  particularly  important  position  to  prevent  sexual  harassment.  Take  an active  role  in  educating  your  students  on  the  seriousness  of  such  behavior  and  immediately confront   any   conduct   that   may   be   construed   as   inappropriate. When   confronted   about inappropriate   behavior,   individuals   often   say   they   were   “only   joking”   or   they   “didn’t   mean anything  by  it”.    Sexual  harassment  is  not  a  joke. A  positive  command/classroom  climate,  where  behavior  is  professional  and  appropriate  and where  everyone  up  and  down  the  chain  treats  his  or  her  subordinates  and  peers  with  courtesy and   respect,   will   do   more   than   any   other   action   to   eliminate   sexual   harassment. S U M M A R Y The  total  Navy  training  program  involves  many  elements.  While  all  are  important,  the instructor   is   the   keystone   of   the   entire   program.   The   success   of   the   Navy   depends   to   a   great extent  on  the  effectiveness  of  the  instruction  that  individuals  receive  during  training.  As  a  Navy instructor,   you   play   a   critical   role   in   providing   our   operating   forces   with   personnel   trained   to maintain   a   high   degree   of   fleet   readiness. Your  success  in  that  role  will  depend  upon  your commitment   to   developing   the   professional   qualities   of   an   instructor,   fulfilling   your responsibilities  for  both  the  content  and  quality  of  the  curriculum  you  deliver,  and  modeling appropriate  core  values  and  standards  of  conduct,  particularly  with  respect  to  fraternization  and sexual  harassment.  In  so  doing,  you  will  have  a  firm  foundation  upon  which  to  develop  specific teaching   skills   and   actively   involve   your   students   in   the   learning   process. 14

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