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Chief Petty Officer Indoctrination Course The CPOIC is a 25-hour onboard training course designed to prepare newly selected CPOs for transition from PO1 to CPO.  The course is designed to answer as many  questions  as  possible  regarding  this  major milestone  in  a  Navy  person’s  career.    The  I.G. (NAVEDTRA 38203) and S.J. (NAVEDTRA 38202) are divided into the following 10 subject matter areas: 1.   Introduction  to  the  Chief  Petty  Officer Indoctrination course 2.   Professionalism 3.   Communication skills 4.   Management skills 5.   Leadership skills 6.   Command climate 7.   Counseling 8.   Chief petty officer’s quarters and messes 9.   Navy programs and policies (for example, the Substance  Abuse,  Equal  Opportunity,  and Sexual Harassment Programs) 10.   CPO  uniforms  history,  requirements,  and regulations Ordering CPOIC and POIC Publications Since  the   CPOIC  and   POIC  publications  are updated annually, the ESO should order new S.J.s and I.G.s for each CPO advancement cycle.  The normal issue for each training package is 1 I.G. for every 15 S.J.s.    The  ESO  should  order  the  courses  using  the electronic MILSTRIP format.  Your supply department should  be  able  to  provide  you  assistance  with  the MILSTRIP.    The   Catalog  of  Nonresident  Training Courses,  NAVEDTRA  12061,  provides  detailed ordering procedures. Q11.    Can  E-4  personnel  be  frocked  or  advanced without  completing  the  Petty  Officer  (POIC) Indoctrination course? Q12.    Who  can  authorize  frocking  for  student  CPO selectees before they complete the CPOIC if the course is available at the training command? Q13.    Who should be the organizational coordinator for  both  POIC  and  CPOIC  Indoctrination Courses? Q14.    How many components do the CPOIC and POIC onboard training packages consist of? SUMMARY The  ESO  works  extensively  with  the  Naval Correspondence Course Program.  All Navy personnel will need to take a course at some time.  The ESO needs to  know  how  to  obtain  the  courses  and  how  to administer them.  The Catalog of Nonresident Training Courses,  NAVEDTRA  12061,  contains  the  most current  titles,  NAVEDTRA  numbers,  and  stock numbers.  He or she should keep an adequate supply of TRAMANs  and  NRTCs  on  hand  for  the  various command rates and ratings. The Bibliography for Advancement-In-Rate Study is the most important study guide available for enlisted personnel  preparing  for  advancement.    NETPDTC publishes the  Bibliography for Advancement-In-Rate for  each  rating.     BIBs   list  publications  (called references  for  advancement  exam  study  purposes) commonly used in a rating.  These same references are used  by  the  exam  writer  (a  chief  petty  officer)  to support  exam  questions;  exam  candidates  are, therefore, strongly urged to study them. These BIBs are not  distributed  automatically;  therefore,  the  ESO  is responsible  for  ensuring  they  are  available  to command personnel. The CPOIC and POIC must be available after each exam  cycle.    Petty  officers  cannot  be  frocked  or advanced without completing the appropriate course. REFERENCES USED TO DEVELOP THIS CHAPTER Bibliography for Advancement-In-Rate Study, (Home Page) Naval Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center, Pensacola, Fla., 1997. Department  of  the  Navy  Information  and  Personnel Security Program, OPNAVINST 5510.1H, Office of  the  Chief  of  Naval  Operations,  Washington, D.C., 1988. C a t a l o g    o f    N o n r e s i d e n t    T r a i n i n g    C o u r s es , NAVEDTRA  12061,  Naval  Education  and T r a i n i n g    P r o f e s s i o n a l    D e v e l o p m e n t    a nd Technology Center, Pensacola, Fla., 1998. Manual  of  Navy  Enlisted  Manpower  and  Personnel Classifications  and  Occupational  Standards, 4-10

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