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education specialist may assist ESOs in the following areas:    Clarifying procedures for requesting NCPACE courses.    Ensuring the ship’s NCPACE point of contact (POC)  is  aware  of  the  responsibilities  for conducting NCPACE.    Ensuring  that  if  the  command  plans  to  utilize computer  courses,  they  assign  an  NCPACE Team consisting of the ESO, NCPACE POC, and up to two petty officers to monitor students.   If the command plans to allow computer-delivered Academic   Skills   courses,   they   assign   an NCPACE  Facilitator  to  assist  and  monitor students. The  coordination  of  the  NCPACE  POC,  the contractor,  and  the  Navy  College  Office  education specialist  determines  the  success  of  NCPACE.   The NCPACE   POC   should   carry   out   the   following actions:    Ensure minimum enrollments have been met.    Ensure  class  dates  correspond  with  the  ship’s operating schedule to prevent lengthy delays or interruptions  in  the  learning  process. Take holidays and inport schedules into consideration when making up the term dates.    Ensure  officer  berthing  is  available  for  the civilian instructor and that arrangements have been made  for  him  or  her  to  mess  in  the  wardroom. Instructors are given an equivalent civil service grade of GS-12 and are entitled to officer accommodations. The instructor pays the wardroom mess bill and is reimbursed by the school.    Ensure suitable classroom space is available.    Ensure  suitable  computer  space  is  available. Determine if command or contractor computers are to be used.    Request  the  desired  courses  from  the  Naval Education    and    Training    Professional Development   and   Technology   Center (NETPDTC)  by  message  or  E-mail  using  the format provided by NETPDTC. Provide  NETPDTC  with  confirmation  when Orientation Services or courses have been completed. Provide NETPDTC with confirmation of students who are to receive command-supported withdrawals.    Provide NETPDTC with instructor evaluations and student course critiques.    Additional  information  on  NCPACE  can  be obtained from your nearest Navy College Office and the NCPACE contractor assigned to support your homeport. The ESO should ensure that the following is done in order to have a successful NCPACE program:    Ensure that there is command support from the top down to include the Chief’s mess.    Each student enrolling in the NCPACE program should have an approved Special Request Chit or a page 13 entry.   This is a two-way street. The student is making a commitment to complete the courses  and  the  chain-of-command  approves and  supports  the  student’s  involvement  in NCPACE.    Whenever   possible   use   a   Professional Development  Board  to  screen  prospective NCPACE Technology students.  Students should be screened for being self-motivated to complete an  independent  study  course  and  for  having specific degree goals for their courses.    Ensure  all  command  NCPACE  requests  are approved  by  a  command  official  with  “By Direction Authority” before the request is sent to NETPDTC.    Ensure  that  students  enrolling  in  technology courses are underway watch qualified.    Widely  publicize  crew  briefings,  registration dates, course offerings, and term dates.    Request  the  NCPACE  program  with  sufficient time  before  the  start  date  of  the  first  term. Courses should be ordered  20 to 30 days before the term start date.    Make   the   instructor   a   part   of   the   crew. Personally    introduce    him/her    to    the CO/XO/CMC. Provide  the  instructor  with  a personal orientation to the ship and explain Navy evolutions like General Quarters.    Monitor courses and student attendance. The  ESO  should  also  ensure  that  a  Command DOES NOT:    Invite  a  school  that  is  not  part  of  NCPACE  to provide counseling or offer courses on ships and submarines. 2-8

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