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in your rating and more valuable as a person who can supervise, lead, and train others. In large measure, your contribution to the Navy depends upon your willingness and ability to accept increasing responsibilities as you advance in rate. When you assumed the duties of a YN3, you began to accept a certain amount of responsibility for the work of others. With  each  advancement,  you  accept  an  increasing responsibility in military matters and in matters relating to  the  occupational  requirements  of  the  Yeoman  rating. PREPARING FOR NAVYWIDE EXAMINATIONS As a YN2 or YN1 trying to prepare yourself for advancement, you should have established good study habits by now to get the most out of your study time. Some  suggestions  for  preparing  for  advancement  are presented here as a reinforcement, but you will find you will have to do a lot of research and studying. Once you begin, work at it steadily. It is better to study often for short periods than it is to study occasionally for long periods. Summarize what you have read, restating the information in your own words. Do not be afraid to ask questions of the leading petty officer or chief petty officer in your division. One of their primary duties is to instruct the men and women under them, and they will be pleased that you are interested enough to seek their advice. To prepare for advancement, you will need to be familiar  with  a  number  of  documents  and  publications. Some of these are the following: The Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel   Classifications   and   Occupational Standards, NAVPERS 18068F The   Personnel   Advancement   Requirements (PARS)   Certification The Advancement  Handbook  for  Petty  Officers, NAVEDTRA  71450  (for  the  Yeoman) Applicable TRAMANs The Recommendation for Advancement in Rate or  Change  of  Rating  (Worksheet),  NAVEDTRA 1430/2 Since these publications and forms change from time to time, you should contact your ESO to be sure you use the most recent edition when preparing yourself and  lower  rated  personnel  for  advancement.  The following  sections  describe  each  of  these  publications and forms and provide practical suggestions on how to use them in preparing for advancement. Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards The  Manual  of  Navy  Enlisted  Manpower  and Personnel   Classifications   and   Occupational Standards,  NAVPERS  18068F,  lists  the  minimum requirements for advancement in each rating. It outlines the naval standards (NAVSTDs) that apply to all ratings and the occupational standards (OCCSTDs) that are specific  to  each  rating.  NAVPERS  18068F  is  kept current  by  means  of  numbered  changes.  These  changes are issued more frequently than TRAMANs can be revised. Therefore, the TRAMANs may not show the latest OCCSTDs for advancement. When preparing for advancement, you must check the latest revision to NAVPERS 18068F to be sure you know the current requirements for advancement in your rating. When studying the OCCSTDs for advancement, remember: . OCCSTDs are the minimum requirements for advancement. By studying more than the minimum required, you will have a greater advantage when you participate  in  the  Navywide  advancement  examination. .  Each  OCCSTD  applies  to  a  paygrade,  E-4 through E-9. You are responsible for meeting all the OCCSTDs  specified  for  advancement  to  the  paygrade for which you are seeking advancement as well as all the  OCCSTDs  specified  for  lower  paygrades. Personnel Advancement Requirements Certification The   purpose   of   PARs   is   to   individualize advancement requirements for each rate and rating based  on  day-to-day  work  situations  and  to  provide  a consolidated checklist that personnel in paygrades E-3 through   E-6   can   use   to   prepare   themselves   for advancement.  The  importance  of  the  PARs  cannot  be too strongly emphasized as they provide an opportunity for members to prove their occupational abilities at each level of their rating. Supervisors also use this to evaluate others  to  determine  their  readiness  for  advancement. There are numerous opportunities for a member to complete  PARs  before  becoming  eligible  for  change  in rating or advancement in rate. Schedule training periods for  completion  of  PARs. PARs list the individual advancement requirements for each rate and rating in three sections as follows: 2-4

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