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darkmatter
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« on: July 05, 2017, 09:25:51 PM »

im trying to find where the details would be for me to know how to "describe in detail the procedures used to update a cadets record and the process to promote the cadet using the the application in e services" if some one could point me to the right place that would be helpful
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Ozzy
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Unit: NY

NY-288 Squadron Website
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2017, 09:40:42 PM »

eServices > Cadet Programs Module > Cadet Promotions > Data Entry > CAPID
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Ozyilmaz, TSgt, CAP
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CTWG Encampment 09, 11, 16
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darkmatter
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Posts: 27

« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2017, 09:42:33 PM »

eServices > Cadet Programs Module > Cadet Promotions > Data Entry > CAPID

was hoping for something more complicated to read and figure out  haha thanks by the way
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Ozzy
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Unit: NY

NY-288 Squadron Website
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2017, 09:51:03 PM »

eServices > Cadet Programs Module > Cadet Promotions > Data Entry > CAPID

was hoping for something more complicated to read and figure out  haha thanks by the way

Well CAPR 52-15 says this:

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3-  2.   Managing Cadet Records.
a.Master Record.
  The unit establishes and maintains an electronic or hard copy master record for each cadet upon joining CAP. Units will use the online Cadet Promotions Application (available through eServices)  for  tracking  Cadet  Program  accomplishments. Alternatively,  the  hard  copy  CAPF  66,  Cadet Master Record, may be used in lieu of the Cadet Promotions Application. Units may augment the Cadet Promotions Application or CAPF 66 with spreadsheets or databases to track the cadets’ accomplishments.
b.   Cadet  Progression  Records.   
Units  use  the  Cadet  Promotions  Application  in  eServices  to  track  cadets’  progression  through  the  Cadet  Program  and  approve  promotions  (or sustain cadets in grade). This system is connected with the online achievement test system, so cadets’ test scores automatically flow into their individual records, and eServices automatically alerts units when a cadet fulfills promotion requirements. Use of the eServices system negates the need for the “old” hard copy CAPF 52 series, Phase Certification Forms, though units may continue to use those forms.

Basically we read it to mean know how to keep the data in the Promotion module up-to-date. When a cadet meets the requirement, you input it after verifying it to be completed correctly and then it needs to get approved by the CP officer or Squadron Commander. It's not as complicated as I think you are expecting it to be.
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Ozyilmaz, TSgt, CAP
C/Lt. Colonel (Ret.)
SGT, ARNG (Out!)

NYWG Encampment 07, 08, 09, 10, (17)
CTWG Encampment 09, 11, 16
NER Cadet Leadership School 10
darkmatter
Recruit

Posts: 27

« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2017, 09:54:23 PM »

yeah i was expecting rock science for cap to be honest it just doesint seem right putting that down as a answer for the senior CP check list
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coudano
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« Reply #5 on: July 05, 2017, 11:54:02 PM »

To be honest,  cadet program administration isn't supposed to be rocket science.
It shouldn't be hard, or complex.

To some extent it is, more than it needs to be.
And some localities MAKE it harder than it needs to be.

But yeah, seriously just execute fundamentals, and you should be good to go at the senior specialty track level...  Which should really say mastery of the local squadron cadet program, and some foray into the group/wing level.

Not to beat the dead horse too much, but the fundamentals are:
1.  Hold regular and regularly interesting (hands on, active) squadron meetings
2.  Hold regular and regularly interesting (hands on, active) squadron activities (things outside of meetings)
3.  Train, record, and advance your cadets through the program (check the boxes --legitimately, not pencilwhipping-- and keep em moving along) --which is basically what the task you are asking about in your post entails...  "put the stuff in e-services, and check the approved box in e-services"

Everything else is 'whatever'.
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kwe1009
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Posts: 696

« Reply #6 on: July 06, 2017, 09:30:10 AM »

To be honest,  cadet program administration isn't supposed to be rocket science.
It shouldn't be hard, or complex.

To some extent it is, more than it needs to be.
And some localities MAKE it harder than it needs to be.

But yeah, seriously just execute fundamentals, and you should be good to go at the senior specialty track level...  Which should really say mastery of the local squadron cadet program, and some foray into the group/wing level.

Not to beat the dead horse too much, but the fundamentals are:
1.  Hold regular and regularly interesting (hands on, active) squadron meetings
2.  Hold regular and regularly interesting (hands on, active) squadron activities (things outside of meetings)
3.  Train, record, and advance your cadets through the program (check the boxes --legitimately, not pencilwhipping-- and keep em moving along) --which is basically what the task you are asking about in your post entails...  "put the stuff in e-services, and check the approved box in e-services"

Everything else is 'whatever'.

Great advice.  Doing those 3 things will make a squadron grow.
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