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CHAPTER 4 PREPARING FOR ADVANCEMENT The  educational  services  officer  (ESO)  should  be familiar with the different types of NRTCs available to both officer and enlisted personnel. He or she should know how they are administered and who administers them. The ESO should understand the role Nonresident Training Courses (NRTCs) play in the advancement process  and  in  the  training  of  enlisted  and  officer personnel.  He or she should also be familiar with the proper  procedures  for  obtaining  and  grading  these courses. The basic reference for NRTCs is the Catalog of Nonresident Training Courses, NAVEDTRA 12061. The  latest  copy  of  this  reference  may  be  found  at www.advancement.cnet.navy.mil. In this chapter we will be discussing the following information:    The purpose of nonresident training courses.    Procedures for ordering training materials.    Procedures for administering courses.    Procedures for ordering and controlling answer keys.    Procedures for grading courses.    The purpose of distribution statements.    Central enrollment.    The purpose and use of occupational standards and naval standards.    Publications used to prepare for advancement. NONRESIDENT TRAINING COURSES (NRTC) Learning  Objectives:   Identify the general purposes, components, and format of NRTCs; explain the different components of administering the NRTC program and NRTC answer keys; explain the purpose of Distribution Statements. NONRESIDENT TRAINING COURSE (NRTC) An  NRTC  (formerly  “Rate  Training  Manuals,” “TRAMANS,”  or  “Correspondence  Courses”)  is  a self-study package designed to help a student acquire Navy  professional  or  military  knowledge. The package normally consists of a course text and a set of course  assignments,  and  may  be  delivered  in  hard copy, electronically, or both.  In some cases the text for an NRTC may be an existing manual, instruction, or an off-the-shelf commercial textbook.  An end of course test (EOC) may be included for some courses. NRTCs Provide:    Enlisted  personnel:    A  source  of  study  for advancement-in-rate   examinations   and self-improvement.    Officer and enlisted personnel:   A source of information  about  the  professional  and military  skills  and  knowledge  required  by enlisted ratings.    U.S.   Naval   Reservists   (USNR): The capability  to  enhance  their  professional  and military   skills   and   knowledge   and   the opportunity to earn retirement points.    Commanding   officers: A   means   of monitoring   professional   knowledge   of enlisted personnel. NRTC Types.  There are two types of NRTCs:    NRTCs with assignments and text.  In this case, text and assignments are developed together as a package. The  text  provides  an  organized presentation  of  the  subject  matter.   It  contains learning objectives and may contain embedded questions,  review  questions,  assignments,  and other  exercises  designed  to  assist  the  learner. Throughout the text, the learner is provided with references  to  related  publications  for  further study.  The text should be used as the source of information   for   answering   questions   in associated assignments or EOC tests.    NRTCs  with  assignments  based  on  other publications. Some  NRTCs  consist  only  of assignments  that  are  written  for  existing directives,  instructions,  manuals,  commercial textbooks, etc. 4-1

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