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What requirements must candidates for ATS meet?
A:Complete at least one complete Fleet Response Training Cycle as a member of a training team or serve 12 months at ATG.
B:Complete The Commander, Naval Surface Force approved Shipboard Training Team Course of instruction.
C:Complete ATS JQR by obtaining signatures from a certified ATS.
D:Complete one warfare specific or integrated training team training package approved by the ATS Coordinator or Assistant ATS Coordinator.
E Receive at least three trainier evaluations from a certified ATS, providing a positive recommendation for designation as an ATS.
F:Receive EVALS/RITREPS reflecting professional expertise marks of 4.0 and above with no mark in any trait below 3.0 for the 12 month period preceding the nomination.
G:Demonstrait sustained professional preformance of duty as and afloat trainer
Discuss the purpose of the Ship Board Training Teams and stated in the SFTM.
They are the primary agents for self-sufficiency onboard ship.
What does CNSF stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Commander, Naval Surface Force.
Overall managment of the Naval Surface Force training, ploicy, procedures and requirements in accordance with Fleet Training Contunuum.
What does ISIC stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Immediate Superior In Command.
Monitors and provides overall supervision for the conduct of each assigned unit's progress throughout the training cycle and participate in selected evolutions.
What does NMETL stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Navy Mission Essential Task List.
A program used by Fleet Commanders to track weather or not a ship is mission capable and ready for tasking.
What does ULTRA stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Unit Level Training and Readiness Assesment.
A series of assessments to evaluate the ships ability to train itself. Three typse of ULTRA: Certification(C), Engineering(E), and Sustainment(S).
What does FEP stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Final Evaluation Problem.
The ISIC, assisted by ATG, will validate the completion of Maintenance and Unit Level Phases based on the ship's ability to conduct multiple simultaneous combat missions, support functions in an integrated enviorment, nad survive complex casualty control situations under stressfull conditoins.
What does TSTA stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Tailored Ships Training Availability.
The training period between ULTRA C/Eand FEP, supported by ATG as required.
What does TORIS stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Training and Operational Readiness Information Service.
CNSF single authoritative database/hub for all proficiency effectiveness and effifiency metrics.
What does TFOM stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Training Figure of Merit.
Co's tool for directing and monitoring continuous self-training and sustainment of warfighting proficiency in all applicable certifications areas.
What does MITE stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Monthly Import Training Excercise.
A series of exercises for all SURFOR ships, unless excused by their ISIC in advance. Exercises are scheduled through the Import Training Coordinator. ATGWP is the ITC for Yokosuka
What does SHIPTRAIN/SHIPMAIN stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
The SURFOR training process that supports the FRP
What does EOC stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Engeneering Operations Certification.
The ISIC, assisted by ATG, conducts a one day evaluation of a ships ability to get underway. EOC is conducted if a ship does not certify their engineering plant at ULTRA E.
What does LOA stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Light Off Assesment.
The ISIC, assisted by ATG will conduct an assesment of the ships capability to saftly light off and operate the engineering plant prior to going to sea.Done for new construction ships an dwhen SRA's are longer than 120 Days.
What does SORTS stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Status of Resources and Training Systems.
An operational report describing ships materal and training readiness to preform its mission.
What does NTMPS stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Navy Training Managment and Planning System.
Combines multiple funding, facilities, personnel, manpower, equipment and training course information database into a single integrated database for all levels of training managment and planning.
What does NCTE stand for and how are they used in the training cycle?
Navy Continuous Training Environment.
Mavy wide infrastructure that supports advanced Fleet Synthetic Training excercises. NTCE is the combination of computer based systems and network connections that provide worldwide connectivity for ships and land based facilities to conduct realistic, multi-warfare tactical scenarios.
ITT
CSTT
DCTT
ETT
ATT
MTT
FPTT
STT
Lead- XO Coord- Traino
Lead- CSO Cood SME
Lead- XO Coord- SME
Lead-Cheng Coord- SME
Lead-XO/AIR Coord- SME
Lead- SMDR/IDC Coord-SME
Lead- CSO Coord- SME
Lead- OPS Coord- SME
Define Fleet Response Training Plan (FRTP)
An adjustable and scalable approach to training managed by the TYCOMs and Numbered Fleet Commanders that alighns Naval capabilities and NMETs, and supports Combatants Commander and Navy Requirements
Define The Maintenance Phase of the FRTP
Starts the FRTP cycle, Usually 9 weeks long, consists of an SRA
Define Unit Level of the FRTP.
Focuses on the compleation of TYCOM Unit Level Training requirements: Team training both on board and ashore, unit level excercises import and at sea, unit inspections, assesments, certifications and qualifications. The training is monitored by the ISIC and supported by ATG.
Define Integrated as it pretainens to the FRTP.
Goal is to synthesize the individual unit's actions into coodinated strike group operations in a challenging, multi-warfare operational enviroment. .
Define the Sustainment phase of the FRTP.
Begins upon the completion of the Integrated Phase, continues throughout the post-deployment period and ends with the commencment of the subsequent Mainenance phase.
Define the responsibilities of the CNSF.
Overall managment of the naval Surface Force training, policy, procedures, and reqirements in accordance with Fleet Training Continuum.
Define the responsibilities of the Classron.
Is a supporting commander to ISIC and afloat Commanding Officers and will act ans the process integrator for manning, mainenance/modernization, and training functions, reporting dir3ectly to the SWE CRO. Metrics and analysis are the cornerstone of CLASSRON functionality.
Define the responsibilities of the ISIC.
Monitors and provides overall supercision for the conduct of each assigned unit's progress throughout the training cycle and participates in selected evolutions.
Define the responsibilities of ATG.
CNSF's "executive agent" for training. The use of ATG by the ISIC and CO is required during the Maintenace and Unit Level Training Phases to assure standardization in conducting and assessing training.
Define the responsibilities of the Training Officer.
Assists the XO in the formulation and administration of the unit training programs.
Define the responsibilities of the Commanding Officer.
Ensure the development of a viable shipboard training program.
Define the responsibilities of the Training Teams.
Are responsible, under their team leaders, for the identification, formulation, integration and conduct of all phases of watchstanders and watch team training.
Discuss what assessments are mandatory during a ship's initial SHIPTRAIN.
ULTRA C/E.
CMTQ.
EOC.
SMC.
3M Inspection.
FEP.
ULTRA-S.
What are teh Various Embedded trainers and what ships have them.
BFTT- Battle Force Tactical Trainer: Used to create scenario injects for CIC computers.

ACTS- AEGIS Combat Training System: Similar to BFTT but specific to AEGIS platforms.

BEWT- Battle Force Electronic Warfare Trainer: CTT's use this to create injects for teh SLQ-32 system tactical scenarios. This system will provide information also to BFTT and ACTS.

CMTPC- Cruise Missile Training personnel Computer: Used for Harpoon and Tomahawk training scenarios to profide injects to computer system.
Define "Integration" as it relates to shipboard training and as discussed in SFTM.
Integration occurs when one training team must meet its objectives in order for another training team to occomplish theirs. Integration must include and initiating event-THE CAUSE- witch results in an impact and required actions- THE EFFECT- to another training team's area of responsibility and assessment.
When can "integration" be assessed in support of attaining "Surge Ready" status?
Ultra C/E
ITT Week
FEP
Define Emergency Surge Ready and what phase it can be obtained in.
Is no longer used under the current training cycle, but crom the COMNAVSURFORINST 3502.1B
Define Emergency Surge and what phase it can be obtained in.
Having completed the Maintenance and Unit Level Training Phases certifications, an " Emergency Surge" ready ship is prepared for integrated and sustainment training. It is also immediately depoyable as a unit for single ship ops or as required by the numbered fleet commander at levels of operational risk correlating to the level of training accomplished when actually surged.
Define ATF Surge Ready and what phase it can be obtained in.
CNSF defines and certifies ships to ATF Surge Ready based on NMETs.
Achieved within 90 days of completion of PIA, five months after DPIA, and nine months after new construction. In between Unit Level and Integrated Phases.
Define GWOT Surge Ready and what phase it can be obtained in.
After completing the Unit Level Phase training, ships are certified as "GWOT Surge Ready" when selected by combatabt commanders. Obtained during Integrated Phase.
Define MCO Surge Ready and what phase can it be obtained in.
Ships that have demonstrated Navy core capabilities and are certified by NFC as Nacy core combat capable group. Obtained after completion of the Integrated Phase.
Define MCO ready and what phase can it be obtained in.
Ship is certified for forward deployed operations and the ability to operate in a Joint enviornment. Obtained following the Integrated Phase.
Define Surge Ready and what phase it can be obtained in.
Ship has acheived TFOM proficiency level BLUE in all required mission area certifications and FEP is complete. Obtained in between Unit Level and Integrated Phases.
Discuss FEP and weather or not it is mandatory and when cna it be validated.
The ISIC, assisted by ATG, will validate the completion of Maintenance and Unit Level Phases based on the ships ability to conduct multiple simultaneous combat missions, support functions in and integrated enviornment and survive complex casualty control situations unders stresful conditions. It is mandatory and may be validated during ITT week.
Define TORIS as stated in the SFTM.
Training and Operational Readiness Information Service: CNSF single athoritive database/hub for all proficiency effectiveness and efficiency metrics. Web-based data engine, consisting of various applications used to assess, train, and certify ships.
Define TFOM as stated in the SFTM.
Training Figure of Merit: Co's tool for directing and monitoring continuous self-training and sustainment of warfighting proficiency in all applicable certification areas. TFOM displays current proficiency and enables more efficient planning/application of training resources when and where needed.
Discuss the four pillars of TFOP as stated in the SFTM.
Proficiency- Most heafily weighed pillar. It measures how well a ship preforms warfighting tasks.
Personnel- Information including school/course requirments, NEC requirements, manning levels, watchteam turnover since last certification, and training team PQS.
Managment- Contains outstanding ASA checklist items, assessment of WTRP, cruise missle doctrine, battle orders, physical security bill, training/PQS programs, combat systems smooth log, and requires security clearances.
Material- Trackes all required equipment and hardware necessary to support operations and training.
Discuss LOK exams, required periodicity, proctoring responsibilities, and tracking responsibility.
At SBTT ATG will work with ships TRAINO to identify the types and number of exams to be administered. ATG will provide the TRAINO with teh test bank ID's as necessary. Exams will be proctored by trusted agents of the ships CO's.
LOK exams will be administered Quarterly IAW each certification tab using practice LOK test bank.
Ship will take LOK exam with each ULTRA event.
Descrive how objectives are to be utilized in the development of a scenario as discussed in the SBTT.
1. Plan- Use TORIS to select what objectives you are goign to train and evaluate.
2. Build- Design the scenario to accomplish the selected objectives. Keep focused on these objectives.
3. Brief- Brief only those objectives that you are going to attemt to complete in that event. Print out datacards to use during the evaluation of the scenario.
4.Execute- Use the datacards you printed for teh event to track completion and/or difficulties.
5.Debrief- Use the datacards you filled in during the event to debrief the eatchstanders/watch team on their preformance during the drill.
6.Process- After the appropriate debriefs have been conducted, use TORIS to enter the completion of the objectives and lessons learned.