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An enlisted performance prediction model for hull technicians
The purpose of this study is to determine if the Navy"s system of assigning personnel to the Hull Maintenance Technician rating can be enhanced. The technique used is a multivariate model with subjectively defined categories of "success" and "failure" as criterion variables. Biographical data available at the time of enlistment are used as predictor variables. Two independent models were created using available data on personnel entering the Navy in 1976, 1977 and 1978. The models were validated upon a random sample drawn from the 1976-1978 data base. Random sample data are not included in the model development. These models predict the future fleet performance of HT personnel as measured by length of service, pay grade achieved, and recommendation for reenlistment. Other results and recommendations regarding implementation and future research are also discussed.
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Arlington, Va. (AFNS) -- The Air Force recently updated evaluation policies for enlisted Airmen, refining the process and requirements for enlisted performance reports. The revised policies are in response to feedback from the field and are geared towards increasing flexibility for commanders and empowering performance within the enlisted corps. A worker-oriented job element inventory was developed and administered to a random sample of 3, Coast Guard enlisted personnel from nine different rates and 28 different job ratings. The survey responses were analyzed by Tucker's Three Mode Factor Analysis in order to determine effectively how many different performance appraisal forms should be developed for Coast .
Like enlisted personnel in all ratings, Hull Maintenance Technicians attended a Class “A” School (theirs was locate in Philadelphia) to learn the basics of their new trade, but then were required to attend courses held at Naval Station Treasure Island for training in the duties formerly performed by Damage Controlmen and Chemical Warfaremen. WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- In July, the chief of staff and chief master sergeant of the Air Force announced a series of incremental changes to the Enlisted Evaluation and Weighted Airman Promotion Systems scheduled for implementation from August through January The evaluation and promotion systems changes are slated for implementation .
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These models predict the future fleet performance of HT personnel as measured by length of service, pay grade achieved, and recommendation for reenlistment. Other results and recommendations regarding implementation and future research are also :// Commander, United Author: Glen Leverette.
Hull Maintenance Technician roadmaps are just what the name implies - a roadmap through the Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum from Fireman Recruit through Master Chief. The principal focus is to standardize a program Navy wideFile Size: 2MB.
Hull technicians work in a variety of situations both at sea and ashore. Sometimes their work is performed indoors in a shop environment, but at other times it might be performed outdoors, frequently at sea and in all kinds of climates and weather conditions.
HTs might work in noisy environments on some assignments. Hull Maintenance Technician: HT Hull Maintenance Technicians are responsible for maintaining ships' hulls, fittings, piping systems and machinery.
They install and maintain all shipboard and shore based plumbing and piping systems. They look after a vessel's safetyand survival equipment and perform many tasks related to damage control. Enlisted Performance Reports (EPRs) Officer Performance Reports (OPRs) Version Date: 27 August OPR: HQ AFSPC/A1KK.
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Section 3 Acronyms 7. AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION • Befamiliar • AFI 36‐, Officer and Enlisted EvaluationsSystem • Purpose of Enlisted EvaluationSystem • Establish performance standards andexpectations • Provide reliable, long‐term, cumulative record of performance and promotion potential based on thatperformance • Provide Senior NCO eval boards, WAPS, and other personnel managers.
• Advancement to E-2 and E-3 is based on Time-In-Rate (TIR), 9 months in length, and performance. • Advancement to E-4 through E-9 is based on a combination of time in service, TIR, awards, performance (evaluations), and score on the annual/semi-annual exams held in March and September for E-4 through E Start studying HT2 Exam, Hull Maintenance Technician Ch.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Enlisted Evaluations. The focus on Enlisted Performance Reports should be to document how well Airmen performed their jobs and the qualities Airmen bring to accomplishing the mission, versus to what specific position or billet the Airman is assigned.
EPRs are required to be completed on an annual basis based on grade of the Airman being rated. Hull Systems Technicians do the metal work necessary to keep all types of shipboard structures and surfaces in good condition. They also maintain shipboard plumbing and marine sanitation systems, repair small boats, operate and maintain ballast control systems, and manage the Quality Assurance Program; installing, maintaining and repairing valves, piping.
If an appeal is approved, the Airman meets the next available enlisted supplemental board. The technicians at the AFPC Enlisted Promotions Office can explain that process in detail. Airmen should direct all other general questions to the Total Force Service Center ator via email at @ US Navy Hull Technicians pay is based on an enlisted member’s current rank and the amount of time they have spent in the military.
Those with no prior military experience will usually start out as a Seaman Recruit (E-1) unless they have special skills or training that will allow them to start as a Seaman Apprentice (E-2) or Seaman (E-3). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK An enlisted performance prediction model for hull technicians.
--by Leverette, Glen. texts. eye 6 Combining a level of repair model with an availability centered provisioning model for logistic support analysis. -- by Watras. Hull Maintenance Technicians work in a variety of situations at sea and ashore.
Sometimes their work is performed indoors in a shop environment. Other times it may be performed outdoors, frequently at sea and in all kinds of climates and weather conditions. They may work in noisy environments on some assignments.
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The results of three different model tests contribute to the prediction of the full scale vessel performance in the ITTC performance prediction method. A fundamental flaw of the power prediction based on resistance, open water, and propulsion test is the decomposition of the hull‐propeller system into individual parts.
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Open Library. This Wikipedia page contains a list of United States Navy ratings. Read each description and see what you may be interested in doing. LaDR stands for Learning and Development Roadmap.
Everything you will need to do and learn to go from E is included. Hull technician training lasts 16 weeks, taking place at the Great Lakes, Illinois, naval base. Navy HT pay grades range from E1 or fireman recruit to E9 or master chief. A Navy HT maintains ships, so new hull technicians are typically assigned to 54.
The Hull Maintenance Technician rating’s lineage stems from the Shipfitter rating that was established in ; branched off to the Metalsmith and Pipefitter ratings inthen re-established as Shipfitter from the merger of the Metalsmith and Pipefitter ratings in Inthe HT rating was created when the Shipfitter and Damage.Transition Assistance Program (TAP) (Recently known as Goals, Plans, Success (GPS) Program).
The Transition provides separating/retiring service members and their families with the skills, tools and self-confidence necessary to successfully re-enter into the civilian work force, pursue higher education or technical training or retire.