AREA RINC SCHOOLS
Most Areas offer a RINC school of 1 to 2 weeks
duration. Nominations are taken from each NRD. Check
with your district to find out about class availability.
This chapter on training would not be complete
without covering in-rate training for non-CRF recruiting
personnel. Preparation for advancement examinations
can be particularly frustrating for some personnel
assigned outside their normal duties. Consideration must
be given to those individuals who have special needs for
advancement examination preparation. As a supervisor,
you have a responsibility to give your subordinates the
best possible opportunity to advance in rate.
Requirements for advancement in rate are fully
the N a vy
BUPERSINST 1430.16. Each candidate also should
receive an Advancement Handbook for Petty Officers, a
NAVEDTRA publication that includes an explanation of
the Navys advancement system, a bibliography that lists
references that cover the occupational standards for the
candidates rating, and the personnel advancement
requirements (PARs) sign-off sheet. All supervisors
should review their personnels advancement eligibility.
Figure 2-7 provides general advancement eligibility
information for E-1 through E-9.
DEDICATED STUDY TIME
All NRC activities must establish a dedicated period
of time for study before each Navywide advancement
examination for every petty officer who is not working
in his or her rating and
is eligible to take an
E-5 and E-6 Candidates
E-5 and E-6 candidates should be permitted 1 study
Figure 2-7.Advancement eligibility information.