Training & Instructor Evals
While managing a budget of over eight million dollars, Chief Simpson flawlessly directed the Wing's transition from the RJQR to the QPT training track. Due to his unparalleled commitment to Sailor development, he ensured NAVOSH training completed in ESAMS was added to the ASM database, significantly reducing training inefficiencies and enhancing the CNAF maintenance inspection process. His superb mentorship of 14 Command Safety Petty Officers increased CFLSW traffic safety compliance from 75% to 90%.
Cruise Missile Trainer and Division Officer at Afloat Training Group San Diego. Chief Nguen demonstrated exceptional leadership and expertise while conducting 1200 hours of training during 28 cruise missile events. To develop continuity among cruise missile entities, he developed and implemented 5 cruise missile workshops with a total of 190 participants from across the Southwest region and Hawaii.
CPO 365 Phase I Assistant Coordinator. Implemented and led MCPON Guided training for 25 FCPOs and 12 CPOs. Managed 11 training and PT sessions and two team building exercise enhancing the confidence and leadership skills of our future CPO Mess.
He utilized his knowledge as a Tactical Combat Casualty Care instructor to train and qualify 100% of Bravo Company's enlisted Marines as Combat Life Savers. While working at Camp Geiger Branch Medical Clinic, he developed and guided 17 advancement classes for 46 eligible Sailors and ten instructors which contributed to a 40% advancement rate for his department.
He created a training manual that has been instrumental in training novice operators. His detailed knowledge and expertise has ensured the professional development and peak performance of his team.
Petty Officer XXXXXXX displayed exceptional training ability while instructing over 1,000 officer and enlisted students in the single ship ASW and ASW evaluator courses of instruction. His detailed knowledge and expertise has significantly increased fleet ASW readiness.
Petty Officer XXXXXXXX sucessfully trained and mentored four NHCS classes, forty five dive medical technician/reconnaissance corpsman, dramatically reducing attrition rates in critically manned NECs to 25 percent, the lowest since program inception.
HE TRAINED 1 CHIEF PETTY OFFICER AND 3 SECOND CLASS PETTY OFFICERS WHICH RESULTED IN ALL THREE BECOMING RECRUITER QUALIFIED.
She was directly responsible for training over 110 staff members, which resulted in 100% compliance with the command's operational readiness requirements.
She identified gaps and initiated training and practice measures for the department to address safety, knowledge deficits, and training. PO XXXXXXXX dedicated 40 hours of her own time to train the night shift to avoid disrupting their schedule or interrupting customer service.
As Honor Guard Leading Petty Officer, he supervised 16 Sailors, chaired two boards for five Honor Guard members, and facilitated training in ceremonial guard procedures to include military funerals, parading of colors, and passing of the flag. His efforts enhanced the drill capability of this command.
HE TRAINED 1,202 PERSONNEL IN MTBI IDENTIFICATION AND MACE PERFORMANCE, WHICH GREATLY IMPROVED THE ABILITY TO IDENTIFY, REPORT, AND TREAT PERSONNEL AFFECTED BY INJURY.
She trained inexperienced personnel thoroughly and expeditiously, increasing maintenance capability of the work center and significantly improving morale.
He implemented procedures that effectively reduced time to train by 75% which directly contributed to a 50% reduction in misconduct rates and saved the Department of Defense over $1.1 million per year.
He increased and improved operational training for the unit sailors by conducting monthly tabletop ASW plotting exercises which delivered hands-on training to unit personnel and better prepared them for the supported commands.
While supervising his peers, he developed an effective method for assisting newly reported personnel in improving their understanding of machinery operation, troubleshooting, and repair procedures.
As Master Training Specialist (MTS) and course curriculum manager, he provided 2,880 hours of high quality, mishap-free instruction to 330 U.S. and three international students during 29 convenings. Additionally, he instructed four MTS workshops, three MTS qualification boards, and mentored five instructors toward their MTS qualification.
HER PERSONALLY-DEVELOPED AND WELL-EXECUTED TRAINING PROGRAM INCLUDED LECTURES, TABLETOP SEMINARS, AND HANDS-ON WALK THROUGHS, ENABLING THE SHIP TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE A MICROPROCESSOR-INSTRUMENTATION-AND-CONTROLS UPGRADE AS WELL AS A PRIME-STANDARD ALIGNMENT OF PRIMARY PLANT DETECTORS.
Petty Officer XXXXXXX displayed exceptional training skills while instructing over 250 officer and enlisted students in nine tactical courses of instruction. His detailed knowledge and expertise ensured forward deployed naval forces maintained peak operational readiness and ensured the continued high level of professional development.
He developed procedures to properly certify Naval aviation squadron one instructors in any of three applicable levels. This has become the course standard and proved invaluable to the overall success of making a better academic program and a better prepared Sailor.
Her outstanding efforts as a member of the combat systems training team put USS Bulkeley in the spotlight during ULTRA and 3M certifications.
Petty Officer XXXXXXXX demonstrated exceptional training skills while instructing over 30 officer and enlisted students in more than 10 courses of instruction. His detailed knowledge and expertise ensured forward deployed naval forces maintained peak operational readiness and ensured the continued high level of professional development.
Chief Petty Officer XXXXXXX demonstrated remarkable leadership and organizational skills in the development of 55 workstation baseline configurations. His efforts contributed to an increase in security posture and training productivity for over 100 electronic classrooms (ECR) throughout the Hampton Roads NETC enterprise training network.
Chief XXXXXXXX implemented an Information Assurance workforce training program that helped 11 technicians navigate towards rapid achievement of their DoD-mandated IA credentials and the Navy-wide addition of the Information Assurance PQS into the Navy standard integrated personnel system.
As command training team member, Petty Officer XXXXXXX's inspiring leadership and personal initiative were instrumental in expertly training more than 250 Sailors in embarked security tactics, weapon, and camp operations.
She expertly trained eight divisions and transformed 655 civilians into basic-trained and highly motivated sailors ready for duty in the fleet.
Petty Officer XXXXXXXXXX displayed exceptional training skills while instructing for over 300 hours to officer and enlisted learners during 14 predeployment and basic submarine training periods and 14 tactical courses. His detailed knowledge and expertise ensured deploying Naval forces maintained peak mission readiness.
His superior mentorship ability, expert knowledge of submarine navigation and tireless work ethic were instrumental in the training and development of his sailors and junior officers.
He aided in training eight personnel in the safe operations of the fuels systems on station including JP-8, JP-5, AV-gas, hot pit refueling site, VQ-4 refueling site, MOGAS and diesel fuel station and directly ensured the safe hot refueling of 545 aircraft.
Revised and updated the SOP, ensuring an easier turnover and better training opportunities for future rotations. ABF1 XXXXXXX organized and facilitated two leadership courses for 40 Second and First Class Petty Officers ensuring they received the training necessary for advancement to the next paygrade. He also developed and implemented a BMR training program in the workcenter to make it easier for junior Sailors to prepare for the advancement exam.