Training And Assist ( T & A ) Visit

997 WordsDec 21, 20154 Pages
Subj: TRAINING AND ASSIST (T&A) VISIT - Prior Service Recruiting Station 1 1. Purpose: T&A requested by Prior Service Recruiting Station (PSRS) 1’s OIC, Maj Larson. The pre-established objective was to review the overall daily SOP of the operation section, assist in identifying/establishing the Recruiter Instructor’s role in the PSRS overall training and aid in establishing fruitful Command Group-to-subordinate relationships. 2. Location: Garden City, New York 3. Participants: Observation and training provided by MGySgt Jones. 4. Observations/training and assistance (Recruiter Instructor): Briefly went over best practice in regards the SNCOIC OJOT checklist. MSgt Hernandez departed the schoolhouse merely months ago and has an…show more content…
Operational daily, weekly and monthly matters to include MCRISS-PSR and CGAP matrix was observed and training and assistance provided IOT make the command group more effective. Recommendation: - There were moments of dead time during the in-briefs which is an indicator that additional preparation needs to be implemented, to include; structured briefing guide/sheet for each Staff Noncommissioned Officer to complete prior to the brief and utilize during the brief up until the point each member is comfortable with a fruitful flow. Recommended the Operation section should verify prospecting numbers in MCRISS-PSR prior to briefs. Objectives, categories, and other topics for the day for the PSRS should be formulated prior to conducting the in-brief. - SNCOIC’s were made aware by the Operation Chief that they need to identify the total number of prospecting days for their PSRSS Monday – Friday, leaving Saturday open as a “directed prospecting” day for recruiters if they find themselves behind any of their prospecting activity goals or as a day to conduct additional prospecting activities directed by the Command Group when in danger of falling short of a phase-line. Positive gain; recruiters may now plan for weekend events with their family by staying ahead
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