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Navy Counselor 1 & C (Recruiter) - Military manual for recruiting
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Give Them the News Classification and Assignment Within PRIDE Remind  the  RINCs  of  upcoming  visits  and meetings. Update them on any NRD policy changes. Let them know how the zone is progressing towards zone goal. Share the successes of others. Ask What They Need Last, but certainly not least, ask your RINCs what you can do for them.    What do they need and how can you help? PERSONALIZED  RECRUITING FOR  IMMEDIATE  AND  DELAYED ENLISTMENT The Personalized Recruiting for Immediate and Delayed  Enlisted  (PRIDE)  system  is  used  throughout the  recruiting  command.  The  system  is  used  for classification,   accounting,   analysis,   and communications. You may not have access to most of these reports, but you should know of their existence. PRIDE reports are used to track attainments that affect what contracts you and your recruiters will be able to send to MEPS. As a member of the CRF community, you  should  become  more  involved  with  the  NRD goals and attainments. The PRIDE system provides a wealth  of  district  production  information. In the following   paragraphs   we   explain   some   of   the programs and reports generated by this system. CLASSIFICATION  PROGRAMS The  Navy  classifier  uses  the  PRIDE  system  to identify   program   goals   and   availability,   reserve programs,  and  request  Navy  veteran  (NAVET) programs. Control File Report Programs The control file report programs update as changes occur.  CAGOAL  is  used  for  USN  programs  and CRGOAL  is  used  for  USNR  programs.  These programs  provide  the  classifiers  with  enlistment program availabilities   by   district   and   show reservations  made  to  date. Classifiers must stay within the availabilities not yet reserved. If a recruiter wonders why an applicant winds up with a reserve program, you can explain that the availability was on the CRGOAL. Classifiers  use  Classification  and  Assignments within   the   PRIDE   program   (CLASP)   to   input information  on  applicants,  make  reservations,  and request prior service waivers and guarantees. l   OCEAN/OCEANR   –   Classifiers   enter   the applicant’s personal, medical, and moral qualifications along with occupational preferences into OCEAN or OCEANR, depending upon the availability from the CAGOAL  or  CRGOAL.  The  program  then  gives  a list of available enlistment options from which the applicant  may  choose. l  ONBRD/ONBRDR  –  The  ONBRD  for  USN and ONBRDR for USNR programs are used to make actual reservations for seats once the applicant has agreed to a program. l  Prior  Service  Programs,  PRISE  I,  PRISE  II, PREV – These programs are used for prior service applicants. PRISE I is used to request and reserve guaranteed duty assignments for prior service. PRISE II is used to request and reserve guaranteed school assignments for prior service. PREV is used to send waiver  information  to  COMNAVCRUITCOM  and request  Recruiting  Selective  Conversion  Reenlistment (RESCORE)  change  of  rating  reenlistments  for personnel in overmanned ratings. ACCESSION FILE REPORT PROGRAMS Accession  tile  report  programs  are  updated  based on  reservations  and  cancellations  made  with  the CLASP  programs  and  goals  input  through  special function  programs. These reports are used to track goals  and  attainment. Information  provided  by accession file reports is vital to production planning and management. SOLD Program The SOLD program lists all reservations made by day. This report updates as reservations are made. The  SOLD  report  run  at  the  end  of  each  day  will show all new contracts and reclassifications for that day. The report can be run during the course of the day  to  see  the  progress  of  applicant  classification. 8-12

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