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NAMT (NCOIC, Airfield Management Training) ==Qualification== Military personnel (SSgt or above) must hold AFSC 1C771 and have at least 2 years experience in AM. Note: The AFM may appoint a SSgt/5-skill level that has completed all upgrade/qualification training requirements and is only waiting time requirements outlined in AFI 36-2201, Volume 3 for the award of the 7-skill level. ==Training== Military personnel must complete the following training requirements (if not previously completed) prior to assuming the NAMT position. DoD Civilians are authorize up to 6 months to complete the following training requirements if not previously completed.

2.4.2.1. AM-02, NCOIC, Airfield Management Operations PCG. Note: Must have previously completed AM-03 and AM-04 PCGs.

2.4.2.2. Airfield Criteria, Airfield Inspection and Maintenance, Wildlife Hazard Management, Airfield Driving and AM Contingency Operations CBTs. Note: Completion of AM Contingency CBT is not applicable to DoD Civilians.

2.4.2.3. USAF ORM Application and Integration Course (Basic Principles of ORM) available for download at AF Safety Center Training Website http://afsafety.af.mil/orm/training.asp.

2.4.2.4. Local Qualification Training (AF IMT 797, Job Qualification Standard).

2.4.2.5. Formal Training/Task Certifier course.

2.4.2.6. Must be trained, certified and maintain proficiency on all subject matter required for training.

2.4.2.7. Completion of the following courses are highly recommended for a NAMT or civilian equivalent. See Attachment 1 for a description of each course.

2.4.2.7.1. Advanced Airfield Manager Course.

2.4.2.7.2. Airfield Management Operations School.

ResponsibilitiesEdit

2.4.3.1. Develop, implement and manage a Master Training Plan (MTP) in accordance with Chapter 7 of this instruction; AFI 36-2201, AF Training Program; AFI 36-401, Employee Training and Development; AFMAN 36-2234, Instructional System Development.

2.4.3.2. Conduct and document a review of the training program annually (e.g., Training OI, Local PCG, Initial Evaluation Checklist, Newcomer Indoctrination Program, etc.) and update as necessary. Use a MFR, log or electronic equivalent to document training program reviews and maintain a file copy in accordance with Air Force RDS, Table 13-06, Rule 4.00.

2.4.3.3. Ensure supervisors conduct and document initial training evaluations on newly assigned personnel. Ensure supervisors complete Field Evaluation Questionnaires (FEQ). Review FEQs prior to submission. Discuss results with the AFM.

2.4.3.4. Identify and forecast formal and supplemental training requirements. Coordinate scheduling through the appropriate channels, (e.g., AOF/CC, AFM, NAMO and Civilian Personnel Office).

2.4.3.5. Ensure all applicable training requirements outlined in AFI 36-2201 Volumes 1-5, Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP) and this AFI are documented in individual’s training records.

2.4.3.6. Provide military personnel training status codes to unit training managers according to AFI 36-2201, Volume 3. Ensure codes accurately reflect personnel training status. 2.4.3.7. Participate in AOF Training Review Board (TRB). Brief required agenda items according to AFI 13-204. (Not applicable for AFRC)

2.4.3.8. Maintain a current copy of trainers and task certifiers’ appointment letter.

2.4.3.9. Use Attachment 7 to conduct and document training record inspections for accuracy, completeness and standardization at least monthly. Units may add local requirements as required. Document inspection results in individual training records and brief at TRB.

2.4.3.10. Ensure all personnel subject to mobility are trained and qualified to meet their deployment requirements. Document mobility training on AF IMT 1098, Special Task Certification and Recurring Training. (N/A for AM Contract locations.)

2.4.3.11. Serve as AM’s AOF Web administrator. Coordinate with the AOF Web administrator and the LAN manager to determine the best way to utilize the AOF Web.

2.4.3.12. Attend unit OJT meetings to remain current on training policies and procedures.

2.4.3.13. Ensure eligible personnel are awarded the SEI 368 within 90 days of completion of the mandatory prerequisites outlined in the Enlisted Classification Directories. Obtain AFM approval in writing (AF IMT 623a entry) prior to forwarding request for the award of SEI 368 to the Unit Training Manager. Upon notification of approval, have individual ensure their personnel record is updated.

2.4.3.14. Qualification/Upgrade Training.

2.4.3.14.1. Ensure trainers use PCGs to conduct qualification/upgrade training.

2.4.3.14.2. Ensure personnel start/complete position qualification training according to their skill level and position eligibility. Validate all required training items are properly documented and certified.

2.4.3.14.3. Ensure personnel that complete all upgrade training requirements are approved in writing (AF IMT 623a entry) by the supervisor and AFM prior to submitting request for upgrade to the Unit Training Manager (UTM). Upon notification of approval, have the individual ensure their personnel record is updated.

2.4.3.14.4. Ensure eligible personnel are entered into and complete the appropriate skill-level upgrade and position certification guide training according to specified time limits.

2.4.3.15. Trainers/Task Certifiers. Ensure trainers and task certifiers are appointed in writing, based on their qualifications and experience.

2.4.3.15.1. Ensure trainers, as a minimum:

2.4.3.15.1.1. Have attended the AF Training Course. Document this training on the inside front cover of the individual’s training records.

2.4.3.15.1.2. Are qualified and certified to perform the task to be trained.

2.4.3.15.1.3. Are recommended by their supervisor.

2.4.3.15.2. Ensure task certifiers, as a minimum:

2.4.3.15.2.1. Are at least a SSgt with a 5-skill level or DoD civilian equivalent.

2.4.3.15.2.2. Are someone other than the trainer.

2.4.3.15.2.3. Are qualified and certified to perform the task being certified.

2.4.3.15.2.4. Have attended the AF Training Course. Document this training on the inside front cover of the individual’s training records.

2.4.3.16. Ensure supervisors/trainers identify and document on an AF IMT 623a, trainees who are not progressing satisfactorily as "Experiencing Difficulty In Training" (EDIT) and corrective actions to be taken. Note: For DoD civilian personnel experiencing difficulty in training, a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) should be established. Contact CPF for guidance on developing a PIP. Supervisors may also find guidance in PMD-13, Handbook for Measuring Employee Performance.

2.4.3.16.1. Ensure weekly evaluations are conducted on personnel in EDIT status. Note: The trainee, supervisor/trainer, NAMT, AFM and AOF/CC must review and sign EDIT training evaluations.

2.4.3.16.2. Ensure supervisor/trainer document on AF IMT 623a when a trainee is no longer in EDIT status.

2.4.3.17. Utilize the AFFSA AM Training CoP to access current Training Products (e.g., CBT’s, PCG’s, CFETP, etc.) and messages. Air Force Portal registration and AFFSA AM Training CoP membership is required to access and download training products.[1]

NotesEdit

  1. AFI13-213

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