Results of an Assessment of the Navy Leadership and Management Education and Training (LMET) Leading Chief Petty Officer (LCPO) 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 Chief Petty Officer LCPO course held at the Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, California, from 15 to 26 January 1979. This course was designed to increase the effectiveness of Leading Chief Petty Officers by providing them with competency skills found to be associated with superior performance in this billet. Twenty-two Chief Petty Officers participated as students and five Navy instructors conducted the course. The objectives of this assessment were 1 To perform an on-site evaluation of the delivery of the course. Of specific concern was the ability and proficiency of Navy instructors to teach the course effectively and in compliance with course objectives. 2 To review instructor guides and student journals. Emphasis was to be on the adequacy of materials as they affect delivery. Also any local or program sponsor modifications made in the delivery since the initial course offering were to be evaluated. 3 To provide specific recommendations for management decisions concerning the assignment of Navy instructors to deliver the LCPO course.
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