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requirements and application procedures for Enlisted to Officer commissioning programs.    Retention     Team     Manual, NAVPERS 15878—This publication is available on CD-ROM and BUPERS home page, and contains a complete chapter on education programs, commissioning programs, and information on veterans’ educational benefits.    Enlisted  Transfer  Manual  (ENLTRANSMAN), NAVPERS  15909—This  publication,  available  on CD-ROM and BUPERS home page, contains eligibility requirements  and  general  information  about  the following ESO areas: Nuclear power training, Submarine training, Service schools (procedures for requesting service school quotas and for determining obligated service requirements for service schools), and Assignment to special programs.    Manual  of  Navy  Enlisted  Manpower  and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards, NAVPERS  18068—This  manual  is  available  on CD-ROM  and  BUPERS  home  page,  and  prescribes enlisted  skill  requirements.    It  is  vital  to  all  enlisted personnel  and  to  every  command  in  which  enlisted personnel  serve. ESOs,  training  officers,  and  all supervisors should be familiar with the contents of this manual. Q3.   What  manual  contains  the  procedures  for  the administration   of   the   Navy’s   enlisted advancement system (NEAS)? Q4.   What publication lists the latest available Navy Nonresident Training Courses? Q5.   How   often   are   the   Bibliographies   for Advancement-In-Rate Exam Study (BIBs) posted (issued)? NAVY COLLEGE AND OTHER BENEFIT PROGRAMS ONLINE REFERENCES You   will   also   find   the   following   Voluntary Education online references helpful:    NAVY COLLEGE WEB SITE available on line at: www.navycollege.navy.mil, and    DANTES  WEB  SITE  available  on  line at: www.soc.aascu.org. Other helpful web sites include:    American  Council  on  Education  –  Guide  to the  Evaluation  of  Educational  Experiences i n   t h e   A r m e d   S e r v i c e s   o n   l i n e   a t : www.militaryguides.acenet.edu,    Servicemembers Opportunity College on line at: www.soc.aascu.org,    United States Military Apprenticeship Program on line at: www.cnet.navy.mil/nnaps/index.htm, and    Department  of  Veterans  Affairs  Educational Assistance Programs on line at: www.gibill.va.gov. ESO’S COMMAND PROFESSIONAL LIBRARY The   ESO   should   establish   and   maintain   a professional library.   It should contain current copies of   Nonresident   Training   Courses   and   essential reference material. Maintaining References When an ESO fails to maintain proper control over official  publications  and  directives,  they  will  likely become  outdated,  improperly  filed,  or  incomplete. Improper maintenance and control of publications and directives  jeopardize  routine  procedures  and  may create  unexpected  problems  or  delays  because  of inaccurate or obsolete information. A  good  method  of  keeping  publications  and directives current is to place the ESO on the command’s central distribution file list.  The ESO will then receive all incoming weekly transmittal sheets to review. (See fig. 1-1.)  When reviewing the sheets, the ESO should make a notation of any information he or she needs on the routing or transmittal sheets. When the central file office receives the sheets, it will provide the ESO with the information requested.   For example, in figure 1-1, the ESO would want a copy o f the instruction on the LDO program. Access to References Publications should be located where Educational Services  Office  workers  have  reasonable  access  to them.  However, a system of control should be set up so that authorized personnel can locate publications when needed. Experience  has  shown  that  indexing  and cataloging  of  publications,  as  follows,  is  a  good system, although not required: Indexing—To  index  publications,  give  each publication a number in numeric sequence.  Place the 1-3

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