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SONAR TECHNICIAN (STG) RATING ROADMAPFebruary 2012
1JOURNEYMAN LEVELAPPRENTICE LEVELATT STG “A” SCHOOL RTC INPUT: APPRENTICE “C” School NEC SCC MASTER LEVELSTG Continuum Today INPUT: JOURNEYMAN SSAS NEC 0417SAGT/CSOSS Maint/TechAt Sea F/T A School Refresh SAGT/CSOSS Maint/Tech SAGT/CSOSS Team Phase 1: SAGT Technical TrainingPhase 2: Watchstander Training Phase 3: Team TrainingCSCS Value Stream Levels I, II & III CSCS Value Stream Levels IV CSCS Value Stream Levels I, II & III CSCS Value Stream Levels IV CSCS Value Stream Levels I, II & III CSCS Value Stream Levels IV At Sea F/T “C” School NEC SONAR Watches SONAR Watches SSASW Team TrainingSSASWTeam TrainingSONAR Watches At Sea F/T At Sea F/T SSASW Team TrainingOPERATOR NEC 4YOs6YOsSONAR SUP NEC SURTASSIUSSCAREER ROADMAP Seaman Recruit to Master Chief Roadmaps The educational roadmap below will assist Sailors in the STG community through the process of pursuing professional development and advanced education using various military and civilian resources e.g. PQS program; SMART Transcript; NKO (E-Learning); Navy College; etc. Successful leadership is the key to military readiness and will always require a high degree of technical skill, professional knowledge, and intellectual development. What is a Career Roadmap for STG? STG roadmaps are just what the name implies – a roadmap through the Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum from STG Seaman Recruit through STG Master Chief. The principal focus is to standardize a program Navywide by featuring the existing skills of an STG necessary to be successful in the Navy. The ultimate goal of a roadmap is to produce a functional and competent STG.What is the Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum? Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum is the formal title given to the curriculum and process building on the foundation of Sailorization beginning in our Delayed Entry Program through Recruit Training Command and throughout your entire career. The continuum combines skill training, professional education, well-rounded assignments, and voluntary education. As you progress through your career, early-on skill training diminishes while professional military education gradually increases. Experience is the ever-present constant determining the rate at which a Sailor trades skill training for professional development.
2Do Sailors have to follow the Roadmap? Yes. The STG roadmap includes the four areas encompassed by the Continuum in Professional Military Education to include; Navy Professional Military Education, Joint Professional Education, Leadership and Advanced Education. Some training and education is mandatory (Recruit Training, STG “A” School at Naval Station Great Lakes, IL, NKO (E-Learning, etc…). Some may be directed by your chain of command (Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint courses), and the remainder is voluntary (NKO, E-Learning, Colleges, etc.). Sailors are advised to seek out mentors, including your Command Master Chief, Senior Enlisted Advisor, Leading Chief Petty Officer, Leading Petty Officer and Command Career Counselor, and to make use of your Base Navy College or Education Office vast resources. All are uniquely qualified to help you along the way.

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