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Advancement Center will also grade the courses and provide course completion confirmation.  Sailors will have the ability to grade their assignments instantly by logging on and entering the answers directly into our web  site,  www.courses.cnet.navy.mil.  Assignment answer  sheets  may  also  be  mailed  to  the  Navy Advancement Center for grading.  However, the Navy Advancement Center will only accept answer sheets the student received with the course and for the entire course at one time. OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS AND NAVAL STANDARDS Learning  Objectives:  Identify  naval  standards  and occupational standards; determine the purpose of each set of standards. Volume  I  of  the   Manual   of   Navy   Enlisted Manpower   and   Personnel   Classifications   and Occupational   Standards,  NAVPERS  18068,  fully describes  both  occupational  standards  and  naval standards.     Before   preparing   personnel   for advancement,  the  ESO  should  know  the  difference between  an  occupational  standard  and  a  naval standard. OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS Occupational  standards  (OCCSTDs)  are  the minimum skills required for each rating.  They form the  foundation  for  the  training,  advancement,  and distribution   of   all   Navy   enlisted   personnel. OCCSTDs  for  the  lower  paygrades  cover  routine tasks.     OCCSTDs   for   progressively   higher paygrades  cover  more  difficult  tasks  and  tasks requiring   additional   experience   or   involving supervision.    However,  proper  authority  may  call upon personnel of any rating or rate to perform any task or duty, depending upon the circumstances of the  local  command.    OCCSTDs  do  not  restrict  or limit the use of personnel or set limitations as to what rating should perform any given duty. NAVAL STANDARDS Naval  standards  (NAVSTDs)  are  the  minimum non-rating-specific skill and knowledge requirements for enlisted personnel in paygrades E-2 through E-9. For example, all first class petty officers must know how  to  write  performance  evaluations.     Naval standards together with occupational standards form the basis for implementing and supporting actions for enlisted  manning,  distribution,  recruit  training, military requirement training, and advancement. They also express requirements for skill or knowledge and abilities those individuals must be proficient in, even though their present duty assignment may not require the use of that skill or knowledge.  Enlisted personnel are required to demonstrate the capability to perform a skill or their attainment of knowledge described by a naval standard as part of their advancement process. Naval standards also cover essential virtues of pride of service in support of the oath of enlistment.   All of these standards directly contribute to the mission of the Navy. Q8.    Occupational standards and naval standards are fully   described   in   what   volume   of   NAVPERS 18068? PUBLICATIONS USED TO PREPARE ENLISTED PERSONNEL FOR ADVANCEMENT Learning   Objectives: Identify   the   role   the Bibliography   (BIB)   for   Advancement-In-Rate   Exam Study   and   the   Advancement   Handbooks   play   in   the Navy  advancement  system  and  how  to  obtain  them; identify  Personnel  Qualification  Standards  (PQS)  and the roles they play in training; identify the Petty Officer Indoctrination   Course   (POIC)   and   the   Chief   Petty Officer  Indoctrination  Course  (CPOIC);  and  explain the course-ordering procedures. The  ESO  should  have  all  of  the  publications needed to assist personnel in their advancement.   We will  discuss  the  most  important  publications  in  the following paragraphs. BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR ADVANCEMENT- IN-RATE EXAM STUDY The Bibliography (BIB) for Advancement-In-Rate Study  is the basic reference for all rates and ratings. BIBs are developed by the exam writer (a chief petty officer)     to     help     Sailors     study     for     the advancement-in-rate examination.   BIBs are a list of references  that  include  training  courses  (NRTCs), instructions,  technical  manuals,  guides,  and  other publications commonly used in a rating.  BIBs for all ratings will be available  ONLY  IN  ELECTRONIC FORMAT and will be posted (issued) THREE times a year.  The E4/E5/E6 BIBs will be posted in March and September and the E7 is posted in July. 4-4

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