Eval & FitRep Training. CINCPACDet111 NMCRC Tulsa, OK OCT 2002. Get off to a good start!. - Plan ahead. - Allow yourself plenty of time. - Organize your thoughts - Make notes of things you’ve done (AT, ADT, IDT, special training, major project, awards received…)
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NMCRC Tulsa, OK
- Plan ahead.
- Allow yourself plenty of time.
- Organize your thoughts
- Make notes of things you’ve done (AT, ADT,
IDT, special training, major project, awards
- Download the software ...
Click here &
read these first!!
Click the red ball.
This is what
(or something similar)
download page is the link to
READ THIS prior to starting your
Eval or FITREP. The rules have changed!!
Or you can search
for all NAVADMINS
give you a Master Document filler to fill in those
blocks which will remain the same on all Evals or
FitReps within the folder.
nothing is perfect!
Keep an eye on these blocks
as you fill out the reports...
“FOLDER” and use a naming convention that is easy
for you to remember. i.e.. “Rate_DateDue”
* By highlighting any folder, you can make subfolders
to that one
want to work and select either
“Create FitRep” or “Create Eval”
You’ll get a nearly filled in blank to start
adding your information.
- “Back Page”
or “Ctrl B”
You are limited to
18 lines; Plan Well!!
Start with “10pt”
done with the
don’t forget “TOOLS”,
“Spell Check”!! (F7)
all your blocks and
“VALIDATE REPORT” (F9)
Keep an eye on Report Average as
well as the Folder Average
VALIDATE the whole folder.
This is the “easiest way”
to spot and fix problems
save to “A” drive and name it so you and others
will understand it. It saves as an “.MDB” file
Each report can be printed
individually or you can print
the whole folder at once.
You’ve got it…
Need some of the NAVADMIN changes??
You’ve got them…
With practice, and a few mistakes,
you can master the
program within about 2 hours.
Actually writing the Eval
or FitRep takes longer…
or at least it should….
R 301820Z JUN 00 ZYB MIN PSN 413831J20
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//
SUBJ/COMMENTS IN PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS ON RETENTION EFFORTS//
AMPN/REF A IS BUPERSINST 1610.10, NAVY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND
RMKS/1. ANNEX N, PARA N-11A OF REF A ADDRESSES THE REQUIREMENT FOR
COMMENTS ON RETENTION EFFORTS, AND QUALITY OF RESULTS IN FITREPS ON
COMMANDING OFFICERS AND OTHER OFFICERS WITH THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR
ENLISTED PERSONNEL. RETENTION IS A CHAIN-OF-COMMAND EFFORT, AND
COMMENTS ON THESE EFFORTS ALSO NEED TO BE MADE IN FITREPS/EVALS OF
ENLISTED PERSONNEL IN POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY.
2. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, CHANGE ANNEX N, PARA N-11A TO READ "IN
REPORTS ON COMMANDING OFFICERS, OFFICERS, CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS, AND
LEADING PETTY OFFICERS, WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR OFFICER AND ENLISTED
PERSONNEL, COMMENT ON EFFORTS AND QUALITY OF RESULTS IN FOSTERING A
COMMAND AND WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF
PERSONNEL RETENTION. CONSIDER CONTRIBUTION TO PERSONNEL ADVANCEMENT,
INCREASED EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES, OVERALL CAREER DEVELOPMENT, AND
RESULTS OF RETENTION EXCELLENCE AWARD PROGRAMS. WHERE APPROPRIATE,
COMMENT SPECIFICALLY ON SUCCESSFUL EFFORTS IN THE RETENTION OF
JUNIOR OFFICERS AND ENLISTED."
Keep your eyes open
for the newest NAVADMINs
- Recognition of a job well done
- Record of achievements and hard work
- Rewarding those sailors who deserve it
- End Result:
- Self Satisfaction
- Self Esteem
- More Pay
- More Responsibility
identifying and meeting 32 critical security requirements,
which developed future warfare capabilities in overseas
port defense, common operational picture, and knowledge
Moment ‘01 for high tempo Oklahoma based multinational
experiment responding to three national emergencies
with no injury or intrusion incidents.
tracks and assigns contract rooms that decreased the frequency
of grumpy Commanders berthing together and saved
$100,000 per year.
recorded for either active duty or reserve components.
characteristics such as imagination, organization,
assertiveness or by mentioning behavioral traits such as fit
and trim, good sense of humor, natural team builder,or a
demeanor that promotes trust.
EVAL/FitRep make sure that you have previously counseled
the person about the issue.
It must not be a surprise to them.
collateral duties mentioned in the previous block
(show how the individual has done at all duties assigned).
This may be difficult with the limited space afforded,
in which case prioritize.
Prioritize the bullets. Keep in mind the briefer reading this FitRep may have never participated on a board before and may only scan the bullets. Make sure the first is the strongest and so on.
use NMN if no middle name or initial and suffix such as JR/SR/III. Omit spaces and punctuation, which occur within a name. (OBRIEN, PATRICK J III, or SMYTH, ANN NMN). See Eval/FitRep Inst. for more examples.
the comments block doesn’t touch on it, consider if you
missed an opportunity to comment or over graded the
The quality of the inputs will be used as part
of the individuals’ evaluation process.
Performance Information Memorandum (PIMS).
the narrative block. Initial indications are that all lines
available are shown on the screen. Double check that your
smooth printout has all the lines on it (in each of the
memo blocks) and edit if required to shorten.
The program may not tell you when you
have exceeded the limit.
user of your product is (a selection board member).
Selection boards must get the information quickly and
may only have time to scan and pick out the highlights...
make sure they get what you intend them to.
Always write to the intended audience.
period, and SSN everywhere they appear.
(NOT ALL CAPITALS), and no underlining, bold,
Special IDT training
by two spaces but where space is limited one will suffice.
or FitRep on yourself. Reasons:
Your Eval or FitRep inputs say a lot about you.
any word processor and save as a “.txt” file.
ResCen, work…. Come on, it’s the new Millennium!