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Preparing for Navywide Examinations
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Figure 2-1.-Completed Recommendation for Advancement In Rate or Change of Rating (Worksheet), NAVEDTRA 1430/2
.  The  Administrative  Requirements  section contains  the  individual’s  length  of  service,  TIR,  and  a place to make an entry when the individual passes the E4 through E-7 military leadership examination. . The Formal Schools and Training Requirements section contains a place to make an entry when the individual  completes  the  military  requirements TRAMAN  and  the  applicable  TRAMANs  for  the specified  rating. .   The   Occupational   and   Military   Ability Requirements  section  is  a  checkoff  list  of  task statements. As a YN1 or YNC, you will use this section as a guide in evaluating lower rated personnel. Your evaluation of individuals will be based on their ability to  perform  satisfactorily  the  tasks  indicated.  Your evaluation  should  be  based  on  a  demonstration  of performance,  although  this  is  not  a  mandatory requirement. You may base the evaluation on observed ability in related tasks or jobs or on the training received by the individual. The evaluation itself is your overall assessment of the individual. It should be a deliberate and  thorough  evaluation. Personnel  seeking  advancement  to  E-8  and  E-9  are exempt from PARs as there are other means of selection for  advancement  to  these  paygrades.  Likewise,  PARs have  not  been  developed  for  personnel  at  the  E-3 apprenticeship level because of the broad nature of the apprenticeship skills. PARs are incorporated in the Advancement   Handbook   for   Petty   Officers, NAVEDTRA 71000 (Series), for each individual rating. Bibliography for Advancement Study The Navy has set definite limits on the material for which you are accountable on a Navywide examination. The sources from which examination items are taken are listed in the effective edition of a publication called the Bibliography  for  Advancement  Study,  NAVEDTRA 12052. This publication is available at your command. It is revised  annually,  so  be  sure  to  consult  the  current edition. The advancement handbook provides the titles of publications and sections of publications that you should study when preparing for the examination. The publications listed contain material covering all the OCCSTDs listed in the NAVPERS 18068F. Familiarize  yourself  with  the  NAVEDTRA  12052. After you read the instructions, only two sections are of further interest to you. One contains the sources you should study to meet the military requirements for advancement. The other lists sources for study to qualify in a specified rating. An asterisk (*) marks Navy NRTCs you must complete before you can be eligible for the Navywide examination for advancement. Advancement  Handbook  for  Petty  Officers The Advancement  Handbook  for  Petty  Officers, NAVEDTRA   7100   (Series),   lists   required   and recommended TRAMANs and other reference material to  be  used  by  personnel  working  for  advancement. There is a handbook for each rating with a different NAVEDTRA number. Each handbook has five parts: Navy Advancement System NAVSTDs  and  Bibliography Bibliography  for  OCCSTDs OCCSTDs  and  PARs PARs  Administrative  Procedures The  advancement  handbook  is  revised  and  issued annually by the Naval Education and Training Program Management   Support   Activity   (NETPMSA), Pensacola, Florida. When using this publication, be sure you have the current edition. The handbook lists the required and recommended references by rate level. It is important to remember that you are responsible for all references at lower rate levels, as well as those listed for the rate to which you are  currently  seeking  advancement. TRAMANs that are marked with an asterisk in the handbook  are  mandatory  at  the  indicated  rate  levels.  A mandatory TRAMAN may be completed by any one of the  following  methods: Passing the appropriate NRTC based on the TRAMAN Passing  locally  prepared  tests  based  on  the information  given  in  the  TRAMAN Successfully completing an appropriate Navy school is important to note that all references listed in the handbook,  whether  mandatory  or  recommended,  may be  used  as  source  material advancement  examination. 2-5 for   the   Navywide It

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