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.  2822 - Supply and Accounting (SUADPS) Technical  Specialist There  are  many  more  NECs  and  they  can  be found   in   NAVPERS   18068.   All   these   schools offer  an  excellent  chance  for  you  to  get  your personnel top-notch training. All the schools are organized by fleet training commands (FLTTRA- COMs)  on  both  coasts.  They  provide  the instructors and training material. Fleet input to the  schools  is  controlled  by  the  FLTTRACOM, and  announcements  as  to  subject  matter,  class dates,   and   quotas   are   usually   contained   in FLTTRACOM  or  TYCOM  instructions.  The announcements  of  some  schools  are  sent  out  by message  to  all  commands  from  FLTTRACOMs. Shipboard Training Shipboard   training   consists   of   formal   and informal  training  programs.  Both  of  these methods  are  highly  effective  when  carefully planned  and  carried  out. FORMAL TRAINING.— When developing a formal training program plan, you should include the  subject  matter  to  be  covered,  frequency  of training periods, length of training periods, and the  instructor  responsible  for  each  lesson.  The schedule  must  be  flexible  enough  to  permit changes   when   required   by   a   heavy   or   an unforeseen  workload  or  when  more  than  one period   is   required   to   adequately   explain   a particular lesson. While specific lessons are usually assigned   to   the   instructor   considered   most qualified, keep in mind that instructing is also a requirement  for  advancement.  Lesser  qualified personnel  should  not  be  overlooked  as  instructors. Their participation in the training program gives them  a  chance  to  increase  their  knowledge  and skill  through  on-the-job  training  (OJT),  and  it provides a change of pace for the trainees. Subject matter  should  include  military  as  well  as professional   topics. INFORMAL TRAINING.—  Informal training, or OJT as it is popularly called, is best used  to  teach  a  specific  job  or  part  of  a  job  to one or two people. Informal training includes the intensive training and supervision of individuals in  making  sure  they  learn  their  jobs  correctly  and understand  the  reasons  for  their  jobs. No   matter   how   OJT   is   applied   in   your department,  please  remember  that  it  is  not  a substitute  for  a  formal  training  program. The formal training and OJT you offer should accomplish  three  purposes: 1.  It  should  give  your  members  a  picture  of the total operation of the supply department and how  each  person’s  job  fits  into  that  operation. 2.   It   should   instruct   the   members   in   the knowledge they should have to do their own jobs. 3.   It   should,   in   conjunction   with   corre- spondence  courses  and  independent  reading,  help prepare the members to qualify for advancement. SECURITY OF SUPPLY SPACES The  security  of  supply  spaces  is  very  im- portant.  Any  office  spaces  or  storerooms  are  to be  kept  locked  if  not  attended.  Every  ship  will have  a  departmental  instruction  regarding  the groupings and access to spaces. You should have a key log and a key locker for all the keys to your spaces. SPACE  GROUPINGS There are four different types of supply space groupings. Group  I  -  General  Stores Group  II  -  Foodservice  Spaces Groups  III  and  IV  -  Ship’s  Store  Spaces The spaces that you will be concerned with are mainly  in  Group  I.  Group  I  spaces  pertain  to general  stores  spaces,  including  storerooms, special  lockers,  and  related  spaces.  The  Navy Stock  Account,  classes  207  and  224,  material  is included in this group. Each storeroom will have an  original  key  and  a  duplicate  key  that  are different   from   keys   to   the   other   spaces.   The original keys will be kept locked in a key locker at the end of each day. These keys will be checked out at the beginning of each day by the individual who is in charge of the space. The duplicate keys and the master key to the series of locks will be retained   by   the   supply   officer   or   his   or   her designated    representative. ACCESS TO SUPPLY SPACES Access  to  the  supply  spaces  will  be  allowed only  to  authorized  supply  personnel.  Any  other personnel  who  desire  access  to  supply  spaces should  have  permission  from  the  supply  officer 1-14

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