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1 SABOT Standardized Auxiliary Boat Operations Training Ninth District - Eastern Region COMO. Lew Wargo, Sr. DSO-OP/CQEC 15 April 2014 MENTORING

2 Review of Jan U.S. COAST GUARD AUXILIARY MENTORING GUIDE

3 MENTORING Mentors are the backbone of the USCG Auxiliary Boat Crew Program. Mentors are members with experience and knowledge in the Auxiliary Boat Crew Qualification Program who are certified as a coxswain, a boat crew member, or a PWC operator.

4 WHY BE A MENTOR? 1.Renewed enthusiasm in role as a subject matter expert.

5 WHY BE A MENTOR? 1.Renewed enthusiasm in role as a subject matter expert. 2.Enhanced your skills in coaching and counseling.

6 WHY BE A MENTOR? 1.Renewed enthusiasm in role as a subject matter expert. 2.Enhances your skills in coaching and counseling. 3.Develop and practice leadership skills

7 Why be a Mentor? 1.Renewed enthusiasm in role as a subject matter expert. 2.Enhanced your skills in coaching and counseling. 3.Develop and practice leadership skills 4.Develop skills as an expert

8 Why be a Mentor? 1.Renewed enthusiasm in role as a subject matter expert 2.Enhance your coaching skill 3.Develop and practice leadership skills 4.Develop skills as an expert 5.To better understand new member barriers

9 Trainee Benefits 1.Makes for a smoother Auxiliary transition 2.Development as a boater 3.ID opportunities to contribute 4.Develop new and/or different perspectives 5.Get assistance with ideas 6.Demonstrate strengths and potential 7.Broaden their Auxiliary network

10 Summary of Mentor Guide 1.Provide guidelines for selecting Mentors

11 Summary of Mentor Guide 1.Provide guidelines for selecting Mentors 2.Sets responsibility for training mentors is with the: OTO, CQEC, AQEC, and QE

12 Summary of Mentor Guide 1.Provide guidelines for selecting Mentors 2.Sets responsibility for training mentors is with the: OTO, CQEC, AQEC, and QE 3.Use of QEs as mentors

13 Summary of Mentor Guide 1.Provide guidelines for selecting Mentors 2.Sets responsibility for training mentors is with the: OTO, CQEC, AQEC, and QE 3.Use of QEs as mentors 4.Provides guidelines for mentor to follow

14 Summary of Mentor Guide 1.Provide guidelines for selecting Mentors 2.Sets responsibility for training mentors is with the: OTO, CQEC, AQEC, and QE 3.Use of QEs as mentors 4.Provides guidelines for mentor to follow 5.Use of the SABOT Program

15 Mentors Responsibilities 1.Help set goals for trainee

16 Mentors Responsibilities 1.Help set goals for trainee 2.Time constraints and other barriers

17 Mentors Responsibilities 1.Help set goals for trainee 2.Time constraints and other barriers 3.Order of performing tasks

18 Mentors Responsibilities 1.Help set goals for trainee 2.Time constraints and other barriers 3.Order of performing tasks 4.Logistics for providing underway time

19 Mentors Responsibilities 1.Help set goals for trainee 2.Time constraints and other barriers 3.Order of performing tasks 4.Logistics for providing underway time 5.Identification of references to study

20 Mentors Responsibilities 1.Help set goals for trainee 2.Time constraints and other barriers 3.Order of performing tasks 4.Logistics for providing underway time 5.Identification of references to study 6.Assist the trainee to learn the required knowledge and master the skills set forth in the Qualification Guide.

21 Mastering a Task 1.Trainee reads assignment in Seamanship Manual and local/district directives.

22 Mastering a Task 1.Trainee reads assignment in Seamanship Manual and local/district directives. 2.Mentor confirms completion of reading assignment and give clarification if needed.

23 Mastering a Task 1.Trainee reads assignment in Seamanship Manual and local/district directives. 2.Mentor confirms completion of reading assignment and give clarification if needed. 3.Mentor demonstrates steps required to complete the task while narrating.

24 Mastering a Task 4.Mentor ensures trainee understands the task.

25 Mastering a Task 4. Mentor ensures trainee understands the task. 5.Trainee must practice the skill for consistent success at the task.

26 Mastering a Task 4. Mentor ensures trainee understands the task. 5.Trainee must practice the skill for consistent success at the task. 6.Monitor the trainee’s performance. Skill must be demonstrated over a period of time.

27 Mastering a Task 7.Verify that trainee’s performance meets standards including: a.Trainee must be able to perform task subject to conditions and standards in Qualification Guide. b.Task performed w/o assistance. c.Task is performed on a constant basis.

28 Mastering a Task 8.Mentor signs off task on Task Qualification page. Record start and end dates.

29 Mastering a Task 8.Mentor signs off task on Task Qualification page. Record start and end dates. 9.Mentor keeps an accurate record of the training in Appendix “B” of Guide.

30 Mastering a Task 8.Mentor signs off task on Task Qualification page. Record start and end dates. 9.Mentor keeps an accurate record of the training in Appendix “B” of Guide. 10.When all tasks are signed off, mentor gives a check ride before calling in a QE.

31 Mastering a Task 8.Mentor signs off task on Task Qualification page. Record start and end dates. 9.Mentor keeps an accurate record of the training in Appendix “B” of Guide. 10.When all tasks are signed off, mentor gives a check ride before calling in a QE. 11.QE check ride is given and QE reports to OTO via AQEC.

32 Selecting a Mentor Mentors experienced and skillful members who are thoroughly familiar with the Auxiliary Boat Crew Qualification Program contained in the Auxiliary Boat Crew Training Manual, COMDTINST M (series) and the Boat Crew Qualification Guides, COMDTINST M & 53(series). Assigned mentors must have impeccable integrity as they are responsible for the credibility of the US Coast Guard’s Auxiliary Boat Crew Program.

33 QE Mentors Qualification Examiners (QEs) are encouraged to be mentors. QEs are among the most knowledgeable and skilled operational members. QEs should not perform check rides for trainees they mentor. The OTO may grant a waiver in extenuating circumstances.

34 Assignment to Duty FCs, FSO-MT, FSO-OP, or the Boat Crew Training Coordinator assigns a mentor or mentors to each member wishing to be qualified. If a suitable mentor is not available in a flotilla, the division should be called upon to assign a mentor.

35 CONCLUSION: The mentor is: 1.A Coach

36 CONCLUSION: The mentor is: 1.A Coach 2.An Advisor

37 CONCLUSION: The mentor is: 1.A Coach 2.An Advisor 3.A Taskmaster

38 CONCLUSION: The mentor is: 1.A Coach 2.An Advisor 3.A Taskmaster 4.A Knit-Picker

39 CONCLUSION: The mentor is: 1.A Coach 2.An Advisor 3.A Taskmaster 4.A Knit-Picker 5.A Subject Matter Expert

40 CONCLUSION: The mentor is: 1.A Coach 2.An Advisor 3.A Taskmaster 4.A Knit-Picker 5.A Subject Matter Expert 6.A Friend


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