Results of an Assessment of the Navy Leadership and Management Education and Training (LMET) Leading Petty Officer (LPO) Course
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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This report presents results of an assessment of the Leadership and Management Education and Training LMET Leading Petty Officer LPO course held at the Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Virginia, from 20 February through 2 March 1979. This course was designed to increase the effectiveness of Leading Petty Officers by providing them with competency skills found to be associated with superior performance in this billet. Two Navy instructors conducted the course that was assessed and 27 First Class Petty Officers participated as students in this course. Eleven conclusions were drawn regarding the ability and proficiency of the Navy instructors to teach the course effectively. Five conclusions were drawn concerning the evaluation of the course materials and modifications as they affected course delivery. Due to insufficient data, only one general conclusion was drawn with respect to the third evaluation objective which was concerned with the assignment of Navy instructors to deliver the LPO course. Based upon these conclusions, eight recommendations were made concerning improvements for the LPO course.
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