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and maintaining proper standards. Before making any person responsible for a task, you should be sure he or she  knows  how  to  perform  it  correctly.  Training  takes time and patience, but it pays off and failure to train can be  costly. On-the-job  training  is  used  primarily  for  teaching skills, and may be the best method for teaching complex operations.  It  is  usually  accomplished  under  informal conditions  and  with  small  groups.  In  BQ  training situations, it should take place where the job is actually performed. Ideally,  on-the-job  training  should  be  preceded  by more formal classroom training to give the trainee a thorough grounding in the subject matters. Lectures or lecture-demonstrations  may  be  used  to  familiarize  the trainee with the basic operations and to develop the proper  trainee  attitudes.    If the preliminary training is adequate,  the  on-the-job  training  can  progress  quickly to  more  advanced  skills.  In-depth  training  requirements are identified in NAVPERS 15606. BACHELOR  QUARTERS  MANAGENIENT SCHOOL CNET  has  established  the  BQ  management  class  C school. This school is located at both the Service School Command (SSC), San Diego, California, and the Fleet Training  Center  (FTC),  Norfolk,  Virginia.  This  school is 3 weeks in length and is listed under course number A-800-0021 in the  Catalog  of  Navy  Training  Courses, NAVEDTRA  10500. The purpose of the school is to provide prospective BQ  managers  with  the  principles  of  management  and organization necessary to provide efficient operation and  maintenance  of  BQs,  thus,  enhancing  living conditions  for  bachelor  military  personnel.  The  BQ management school is for enlisted members E-5 through E-9;  officers  W-1  through  0-3;  and  civilians  of comparable   grades. A  Navy  enlisted  classification (NEC)  is  awarded  to  personnel  who  successfully complete  the  course.  The  school’s  curriculum  includes the  following  topics: l l l l l Orientation Principles  of  management  and  organization Occupancy criteria and eligibility Facility  maintenance  and  custodial  services Front  desk  procedures l l l l l l Procedures   for   maintaining   supplies   and equipment Safety  and  security Inspections Administration  of  contracts  and  funds Budget  planning Search  and  seizure  procedures BACHELOR QUARTERS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE and INSPECTION TEAM The CNO has established the MAIT, located in Washington, DC. This team consists of highly qualified senior MS personnel who are specially trained to help commands  improve  BQ  management  so  that  living conditions  may  be  improved  and  operational  costs reduced.  The  team  will  inspect  each  command approximately  every  3  years. The  team  will  normally  conduct  the  inspection  in the following manner: .  Introduction—the  team  meets  the  CO,  BQ officer,  and  staff. .  Inspection-the  team  examines  every  facet  of the quarters operation including living areas, front desk, supply  operation,  and  the  relationship  with  other command  departments. l  Training—as time permits, the team provides training to the quarters staff tailored to the command’s needs. l Point-by-point brief—the BQ officer is briefed in detail on the team’s findings during the inspection. l Exit brief—the CO is briefed on the highlights of the team’s findings and recommendations, plus the training  conducted. These procedures may be changed to meet local conditions, but the team will always strive to conduct the visit with the smallest possible disturbance to the command’s routine. BUPERS  will  provide  a  written  report  of  the findings  and  recommendations  of  the  MAIT  to  the  host command  via  the  major  claimant.  The  host  command will advise PERS-671 in writing of actions taken on the recommendations   and   keep   copies   of   the recommendations and actions taken. They also will 10-18

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