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Inspection Checklist AY-2017

Inspection Checklist

 

AIR FORCE JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICER TRAININGCORPS

ASSESSMENTS CHECKLIST, RUBRIC AND ATTACHMENTS

AY-2017

 

 

 

AFJROTC Unit Assessment Report

Section I - Administrative

Unit Number:

School Name:

Unit Status:

Unit Address and Phone:

 

 

 

 

Superintendent:

Supt. Address and Phone:

SchoolDistrict:

AssessmentDate:

 

 

 

 

Prog Enrlmnt Day of Assessment:

PSR Prog Enrollment:

PSR School Enrollment:

Date of Last PSR:

Schedule Type:

AssessmentType:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Principal:

Principalemail:

AssessmentOfficial:

Accompanying Official:

 

 

 

 

System Generated Overall Unit Assessment Score

 

Exceeds Standards

 

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanci es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

Not Rated

 

Overall Unit Assessment Score

 

Exceeds Standards

 

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanci es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

Not Rated

 

See AFJROTC Assessment Guide for instructions on providing Overall Assessment rating.

Section II – Compliance (Title 10/DODI/AF Instructions/School Agreement)

Note: Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section. All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

 

Exceeds Standards

 

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanci es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

Not Rated

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/ Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

II-1

Instructors teach only AFJROTC students who are in grades 9-12 and a course of military instruction of not less than three academic years.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.1), AF/School agreement)

 

 

 

 

 

                                               

 

 

II-2

Satellite units are not established.

(Title 10, USC, Section 2031, Para(a)(1) (AFJROTCI 36-

2001 para 2.2.1)

 

 

 

 

 

II-3

AFJROTC is a separate academic and administrative department of the school.

 

  1. SASI is the department head or equivalent
  2. SASI is recognized as the Air Force representative in managing the AFJROTC program.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.3), AF/School agreement)

 

 

 

 

 

II-4

School supports the AFJROTC program with minimum staff level (1 officer and 1 NCO); complies with instructor/cadet ratios.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.3), AF/School agreement

 

 

 

 

 

II-5

School District provides minimum 10 month employment contracts.

 

Instructor pay is at least equal to Minimum Instructor Pay.

(AF/School agreement - MOA)

 

 

 

 

 

II-6

All AFJROTC students must be enrolled voluntarily.

 

Cadets must participate in the full program to include:

  1. Taking AFJROTC academic courses.
  2. Complying with personal conduct standards.
  3. Wearing the prescribed uniform.
  4. Maintaining all grooming standards.

 

The SASI must approve all enrollment and disenrollment decisions and can do so at any time with proper cause. (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.4.1.1.), AF/School agreement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II-7

The school will make available and will maintain the necessary classroom facilities and office space for the efficient and effective management of the program. (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.5), AF/School agreement

 

 

 

 

 

II-8

The institution provides and maintains adequate drill area(s) in the immediate or near vicinity of the AFJROTC unit. (At least 2,500 square feet of flat, unobstructed space free of vehicular or pedestrian traffic)

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.6), AF/School agreement

 

 

 

 

 

II-9

Storage Facilities:

 

The institution provides and maintains climatically controlled storage facilities (minimum of 400 square feet) for the protection and care of uniforms, supplies, and equipment used in the AFJROTC program.

 

Storage facilities must be reserved for the exclusive use of the AFJROTC program and must be constructed so that access can be denied to unauthorized personnel.

 

Note: Additional storage space will be required as unit enrollment grows.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.7), AF/School agreement

 

 

 

 

 

II-10

AFJROTC class scheduling is arranged so that it is equally convenient for students to participate in Aerospace Science classes as in other courses offered by the school.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.8), AF/School Agreement

 

 

 

 

 

 

II-11

School grants appropriate academic credit towards graduation for participation in AFJROTC program. (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 2.9), AF/School Agreement)

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section III – Instructor Performance

Note: Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section. All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and   any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

 

Exceeds Standards

 

 

Meets Standard s

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanci es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

Not Rated

 

Instructor Weight Information (BFM not required if instructor is within weight standards)

Instructor Rank/Name

InstructorStatus

Height

Weight

Max Weight

Neck

Waist

Hips

%Bod y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W

/ Dis

Not Meet

Not Rated

                                         

 

III-1

Instructor staff wears service uniform daily and presents a professional military image. (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 3.1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

III-2

Instructors will not have direct/unfettered access to the booster club or unit acct(s) or funds.

 

The unit must ensure school / AFJROTC accounts are regularly reconciled.

 

AFJROTC funds held outside of school control must be audited at least annually and fully documented by a responsible School / District Bookkeeper, CPA or equivalent.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 3.2.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

III-3

Expense reimbursements or credit card request for payments follow Holm Center Instruction 65-103 and HQ AFJROTC supplemental direction (Ops Sup 8). (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 3.3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III-4

The SASI identifies & informs the chain of command (School and HQ) of all unresolved Section II non- compliance issues at the school or unit’s JR program. (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 3.8)

 

 

 

 

 

III-5

Workload is equitably distributed between instructors.

 

Appropriate professional relationships exist between the instructors, cadets, faculty, and school administration.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 3.4.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

III-6

Instructor staff meets weight and/or body fat standards.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 3.5)

 

 

 

 

 

III-7

Instructors are teaching from current curriculum material as derived from the current AFJROTC Curriculum Guide and CMPF.

Unit provides Cadet Course Syllabus that identifies units/chapters being taught.

The AFJROTC curriculum is executed IAW Holm Center guidance; any deviations from prescribed curriculum are documented and approved via waiver granted by Holm Center/DE (formerly CR).

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 5.2. and 5.3.,

Curriculum Guide)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III-8

Each unit must develop and have on file a current and complete seven-year curriculum plan that depicts and describes the past, present and future courses to be taught.

  1. Plan will reveal how the unit ensures a student does not repeat the same course content over the period of their enrollment.
  2. Plan will include units/chapters being taught.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 5.4)

 

 

 

 

 

III-9

Instructors use the interactive features of CPS/TPC to present lessons that demonstrate detailed planning and organization, and use of proper support material and organization.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 3.6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

lll-10

Instructors create a positive learning environment.

 

Instructors demonstrate proper classroom management. Instructors involve students in the learning process.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 3.7)

 

 

 

 

 

lll-11

All instructors have current hands on adult CPR certifications on file.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 5.6.6.)

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section IV – Equipment Management

Note: Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section. All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and   any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

 

Exceeds Standards

 

 

Meets Standard s

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanci es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

Not Rated

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/ Disc

Not Mee

Not Rated

 

IV-1

1903 Daisy Drill Rifles, CMP Air Rifles, other replica weapons, and ceremonial sabers are stored as required.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 4.1.1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-2

Unit uses WINGS Logistics Module to account for all Air Force funded Non ADPE equipment.

NOTE: All air rifles, drill rifles, wooden replica rifles and swords will be listed in WINGS regardless of funding.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 4.2.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-3

AIM inventories must be current, and documents uploaded in WINGS.

 

Items no longer in service will be appropriately turned in to DRMO.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 4.3.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-4

Accountable Air Force equipment must be permanently marked as "Air Force Property".

 

ADPE equipment must also exhibit the Holm Center accountability label.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 4.3.6. and 4.4)

 

 

 

 

 

                             

 

 

IV-5

Uniform Inventory:

  1. All accountable uniform items must be managed, issued, and inventoried via WINGS by individual size and quantity.

 

  1. Update WINGS weekly with any changes.

 

  1. The unit maintains an active file of signed hand receipts for items in cadets' possession.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 4.5.1)

 

 

 

 

 

lV-6

The unit uses WINGS to maintain accountability for all curriculum materials, with only current AS and LE materials on hand.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 5.1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-7

Unit must have current Military Property Custodian (MPC) and Holm Center ADPE Equipment Custodian (EC) letters updated in WINGS.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 4.6.1.2.)

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section V -- Co-Curricular

Note: Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section. All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanc i es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

Not Rate d

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/ Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

V-1

Co-Curricular activities have been incorporated into AFJROTC program that offer a variety of opportunities for cadets. (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.2.3.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

V-2

Operation and supervision of Co-curricular activities are an equitably shared responsibility between instructors. (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.2.3.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

V-3

Cadet Corps Leadership plans, organizes and executes Co-Curricular activities. (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.2.3.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

V-4

Accurate entry into WINGS event module of all AFJROTC community service hours and Co-Curricular activities.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.2.3.)

 

 

 

 

 

V-5

Cadets participate in Co-Curricular activities.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.2.3.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

                           

 

 

Section VI – Cadet Operations

Note: Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section. All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and   any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

 

Exceeds Standards

 

 

Meets Standard s

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanci es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

Not Rated

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/ Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

 

VI-1

Cadets comply with the basic uniform wear, personal appearance, and grooming standards prescribed by AFI 36-2903, Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel.

(AFI36-2903, AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-2

Cadets demonstrate "Excellence in all we do" in the following ways:

  1. Through compliance with school and unit conduct policies.

 

  1. Academic performance.

 

  1. Physical fitness.

 

  1. Recruiting/retention efforts

 

  1. Success of unit programs to include co- curricular activities and interaction with other school organizations and programs.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 6.3.1. and 7.2.3.1. and

7.2.3.2.)

 

 

 

 

 

                             

 

 

 

VI-3

Cadets demonstrate "service before self" through active participation in school and/or community support events.

 

Events must be properly loaded in WINGS within one week of event completion.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 6.4.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-4

Cadets demonstrate discipline, teamwork, and unit cohesion by developing a cadet prepared unit mission briefing that must include all items listed in AFJROTCI-36-2001.

(AFJROTCI 2001 para 6.5.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

VI-5

30-step drill sequence led and performed by 2nd year cadets.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 6.6.2.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-6

Cadets demonstrate Corps "ownership." (AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 6.7.2.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section VII – Unit Operations

Note: Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section. All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and   any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

 

Exceeds Standards

 

 

Meets Standard s

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanci es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

Not Rated

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/ Disc

Not Mee t

No t Rate

 

VII-1

The unit uses correct procedures for minimum enrollment counting.

  1. WINGS cadet enrollment data is kept current.
  2. WINGS will be updated within 10 calendar days of any change.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-2

The unit utilizes WINGS for current regulatory guidance, forms, news, information, and other operational requirements.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.2.)

 

 

 

 

 

VII-3

Unit will keep school, district and unit contact information current.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.2.4.)

 

 

 

 

 

VII-4

Unit has appropriate waivers/documentation in WINGS for any uniform deviations.

  1. All waivers, regardless of subject, must be requested and approved in WINGS.
  2. Any waiver not residing in WINGS is not a valid waiver.

 

(AFJROTCI 36- 2001 para 6.1.1.4 and para 7.2.2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-5

The unit complies with AFJROTC Director’s guidance regarding not using physical discipline.

(AFJROTCI 36- 2001 para 7.3.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-6

Unit must take a minimum of one CIA trip per Academic Year (per term for 4x4).

(AFJROTCI 36- 2001 para 7.4.1.)

 

 

 

 

 

                             

 

 

 

VII-7

Instructors and school administrators are actively engaged in unit recruiting and retention.

 

Instructors and cadets are positive AFJROTC ambassadors and perform AFJROTC program outreach to school leadership, school boards, school district leadership and community organizations and leaders.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.5.)

 

 

 

 

 

VII-8

A wellness program has been established and is

conducted in compliance with HQ guidance.

  1. PFT Events and PFT Mass Assessment will be loaded in WINGS within the first 45 calendar days of SY, and loaded again 30 calendar days prior to end of SY.
  2. Maintains current/signed parental consent forms, with WINGS updated.
  3. Cadets not participating in the wellness program must be accounted for in writing.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 5.6.2. / 5.6.3.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-9

Unit maintains a current cadet guide or unit

operating instruction to which all cadets have access. It should outline, as a minimum:

 

  1. Cadet appearance (to include detailed cadet uniform appearance, cadet grooming standards).
  2. Program opportunities.
  3. Cadet Expectations to include cadet promotions.
  4. Corps operational and functional areas.
  5. Disenrollment rules.
  6. Hazing and Physical discipline prohibitions.
  7. Reserve cadet participation.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.6.)

 

 

 

 

 

VII-10

Unit meets all required Holm Center/JR suspense’s.

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 7.7)

 

 

 

 

 

VII-11

Unit Self-Assessment is accomplished prior to Unit Evaluation or NLT 15 March, whichever comes first.

 

  1. Include proper height/weight entry by all instructors.
  2. Instructors will input comments in comment section for all items that are not marked “Meets Standard.”

 

Note: Unit identified findings must be consistent with findings identified during HQ UE when applicable.

 

(AFJROTCI 36-2001 para 8.2.2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

Section VIII – Director’s Special Interest Items

 

Exceeds Standar ds

 

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepanci es

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

Not Rate d

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/ Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

 

VIII-1

Instructors are utilizing and appropriately spending AF Funds IAW Finance Guide & in support of Cadet Ops (O&M/MILPER approved purchases). Goal is to fully utilize HQ funds provided to the unit as early in FY as possible.

 

Reimbursement Requests are being submitted in a timely manner IAW Finance Guide instructions (Submitted to HQ in 30 day increments).

 

 

 

 

 

VIII-2

CIA Field Trips are being conducted such that cadet participation rate is fair and equitably dispersed throughout the corps.

 

 

 

 

 

VIII-3

Units have met the following critical suspense’s:

  1. Both Fall/Spring Enrollment verification/PSRs on 10 Oct and 10 Feb.
  2. Unit Goals Submitted NLT 10 Oct.
  3. ADPE Verification NLT 10 Feb.
  4. Self-Assessment NLT 15 Mar.
  5. Events NLT 10 Apr.

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

                           

 

Attachment 2 To be used as a Guide to Possible Rating

 

SECTION II (Title 10/DODI/School Agreement)

 

Assessment Items

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepancies

Does not Meet Standards

 

 

 

 

 

 

II-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

Instructors teach only AFJROTC

students who are in grades 9-12 and a course of military instruction of not less than three academic years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

Unit has

cadets who are not in grades 9-12 and/or teaches courses not approved for AFJROTC

and/or does not have a three year academic program

 

 

II-2

 

 

N/A

 

Satellite units are not established

 

 

N/A

 

Satellite units are established

 

 

II-3

 

 

 

N/A

School meeting standards as stated in agreement/ DODI

 

 

N/A

School is not meeting standards as stated in the agreement/ DODI

 

 

II-4

School is exceeding standards as stated in agreement/ DODI

School meeting standards as stated in agreement/ DODI

 

 

N/A

 

Any area does not meet standards

 

II-5

 

 

 

 

 

II-6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II-7

School is exceeding standards as stated in agreement/ DODI

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

Above the norm classroom and instructor office facilities provided for AFJROTC

School meeting standards as stated in agreement/ DODI

School meeting standards as stated in agreement/ DODI

 

Adequate facilities have been provided for AFJROTC

purposes

 

 

N/A

 

 

 

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

Any area does not meet standards

 

 

 

Any area does not meet standard

 

 

 

 

Adequate facilities have not been provided for AFJROTC

purposes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II-8

School provides above the required minimum drill space Consideratio n should be given to indoor drill facilities in areas where inclement weather prohibits outside drill for extended periods of time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School provides and maintains adequate drill space

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School does not provide or maintain the required drill space

 

 

 

 

 

II-9

School provides more than the required 400 square feet of climatically controlled storage

 

School provides 400 square feet of adequate climatically controlled storage

 

 

 

 

N/A

 

School does not provide 400 square feet of climatically controlled storage

 

 

II-10

AFJROTC is

given preference in course scheduling

Scheduling provides ample opportunities for students to enroll

 

 

N/A

School is restrictive in their scheduling of AFJROTC

classes

 

 

II-11

School provides more than general elective credit

 

School is providing academic credit

 

 

N/A

School does not provide academic credit for AFJROTC

courses

SECTION III (Instructor Performance)

Assessment Items

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/

Discrepancies

Does not Meet Standards

 

 

 

 

III-1

 

Instructors present a highly professional image; wears uniform IAW AFJROTCI

36-2002

 

 

Instructors meet requirements in all areas; uniform is current

 

 

Minor grooming standard violations; uniform in disrepair and/or does not fit

Instructors do not wear uniform in

compliance with AFI

36-2903

and AFJROTCI 36-2002

 

Receipts should be looked at based on the instructor tenure. Instructors should not be held accountable for what a prior instructor did or did not keep.

 

 

III-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III-3

Accounts are    Audit reconciled                             procedures monthly,              meet HQ audited more     guidance often than

annually

 

 

 

Expense Reimbursem

N/A                       ents and Credit Card Requests are

following Criteria found in Holm Center Instructions

Audit/Reco

N/A                         nciliation

procedures

are not in place; Instructors have direct access to funds

Minor                     Expense discrepancy in    Reimbursem following               ents or Credit Holm Center        Card Request Instructions           are not

following Criteria found in Holm Center Instruction

III-4

N/A

Instructors have identified compliance issues to school, and up channeled to HQ

N/A

Instructors have not identified compliance issues to school, nor up channeled to HQ

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III-5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

 

Instructors meet requirements in all areas, workload is equitably distributed and professional relationship between instructors exists

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

Breakdown of professional relationships exist; evidence of strained relations between instructors

and/or school officials effecting the program

 

 

III-6

 

 

N/A

 

Instructors meet BFM requirements

 

One instructor does not meet BFM

requirements

More than one instructor does not meet BFM requirements

III-7

Unit has exceeded the minimum Syllabus contents requirements

Unit is executing curriculum IAW HQ

Guidance, Syllabus is accessible to cadets at start of school with units/chapters being taught.

Minor deviations in delivery of curriculum;

slight variations in 40/40/20; Syllabus does not include

units being taught.

Obsolete Curriculum is being used.

Curriculum deviations exist without approved Curriculum waivers in WINGS;

major variations 40/40/20 not adhered to. Syllabus not provided.

 

 

III-8

N/A

Unit has a seven year curriculum plan developed and on file showing that cadets are not repeating classes.

Poorly written, incomplete, or inaccurate curriculum plan. Cadets could repeat classes

Unit does not have a curriculum plan loaded in WINGS | Manage Academic Year or Hard Copy available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III-9

Instructors clearly at ease with the curriculum; present an interesting and dynamic lesson; exceptional use of visual and other aids to instruction including CPS

 

 

 

Instructors present an effective lesson covering lesson objectives using CPS

 

Instructors utilizing minimal support material; lack of preparation; lesson objectives not referenced and/or displayed ineffective use of CPS

 

 

Instructors unprepared; lesson objectives not met; lesson out of

sequence; no use of visual aids; CPS not used.

 

 

 

III-10

Instructors fully involve students; handouts provided; activity based instruction

Instructors meet requirements in all areas

Instructors do not engage all students; largely just lecture.

Instructors do not have proper classroom management; students and or instructors not treated with respect

III-11

N/A

All Instructors are CPR Certified.

N/A

One or more instructors are not currently CPR Certified

 

 

Section IV (Equipment Management)

 

 

Assessment Items

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepancie s

Does Not Meet Standards

 

 

 

IV-1

Unit storage exceeds requirements ( i.e. gun safe, using a SF702)

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

Unit has minor discrepancy with meeting storage requirement.

Unit has major discrepancy with meeting storage requirement

 

 

 

 

IV-2

Tracking more than required; cadets are involved with use of WINGS |

Logistics Module

 

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

 

Unit is using Wings | Logistics Module with minor discrepancie s

Unit is not using Wings | Logistics Module and/or has major discrepancie s

 

 

 

IV-3

 

 

 

N/A

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

Unit has minor inventory discrepancie

s. Obsolete equipment is on hand

 

Unit is Not IT Compliant, AIM

Inventory is not current.

 

 

 

 

IV-4

AF

Equipment is permanently marked (Etched or permanent marker as “Air Force Property Unit Number”

 

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

 

Minor discrepancie s in marking of AF Equipment and Holm Center ADPE Labels

 

Major discrepancie s in marking of AF Equipment and Holm Center ADPE Labels

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-5

Cadet Managed and Run; Tracking more than required; cadets involved with use of

WINGS |

Logistics

 

 

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

Minor discrepancie s in accounting of uniform items in WINGS.

Minor discrepancie s with hand receipts

Major discrepancie s in accounting of uniform

items in WINGS.

Major discrepancie s with hand receipts

IV-6

Cadet managed and run. Tracking more than required

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

Minor inaccuracies in accounting

Major inaccuracies in accounting

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-7

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

Unit has a current Military Property Custodian (MPC)

and Holm Center ADPE

letter on file and updated in WINGS

 

 

 

 

N/A

Unit does not have a current Military Property Custodian (MPC) or

Holm Center ADPE letter on file and updated in WINGS

 

Section V (Co-Curricular)

 

Assessment Item

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Standards w/ Discrepan cie s

Does not Meet Standards

 

 

 

V-1

Extensive

variety (7 or more) Co- Curricular activities have been incorporated into AFJROTC program that will appeal to the cadet

A sufficient

variety (3 to

6) Co- Curricular activities have been incorporated into AFJROTC program that will appeal to the cadet

 

A limited

variety (less than 3) Co- Curricular activities have been incorporate into AFJROTC

program.

Co-Curricular activities have not been incorporated into AFJROTC program.

 

 

 

V-2

N/A

Operation and

supervision of co-curricular activities are equitably shared between instructors

 

N/A

Operation and

supervision of co-curricular activities                      are not  equitably shared between instructors

 

 

V-3

Cadet Corps plans, organizes and executes multiple (7 or more) different Co-Curricular activities.

Cadet Corps plans, organizes and executes Co- Curricular activities (3 to 6) as required.

Cadets are minimally involved in the planning, organization and execution of Co- Curricular activities (less than 3)

Cadet Corps is not involved in the planning

of  any Co- Curricular activities.

 

 

 

 

 

V-4

Cadets enter Co-

Curricular activities properly into WINGS.

Co-

Curricular activities are properly loaded in WINGS.

Co-

Curricular activities entries are incomplete in WINGS.

Co-

Curricular activities are not entered in WINGS.

V-5

90% of cadet corps participates in at least one Co- Curricular activity.

50% to

89% of cadet corps participate s in at

least one Co- Curricular activity.

25% to 49%

of cadet corps participates in at least one Co- Curricular activity.

Less than 25% of cadet corps participate s in at

least one Co- Curricular activity.

 

 

 

Section VI (Cadet Operations)

 

Assessment Items

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepancie s

Does not Meet Standards

 

 

 

 

VI-1

All cadets in the same uniform; very minor violations of grooming standards; cadets actively enforce uniform standards.

 

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

 

 

Minor discrepancie s in uniform wear and/or grooming standards

Major discrepancie s in uniform wear and grooming standards; numerous cadets not in uniform

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-2

Cadets demonstrate Excellence in all we do by exceeding unit conduct policies, exceeding school academic standards, heavily involved in recruiting retention efforts, and heavily involved in other school organizations other than AFJROTC.

Meaningful goals are being measured and tracked by cadets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cadets are meeting standards in demonstr ation of Excellenc e in all we do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Minor Deficiencies in demonstrati on of Excellence in all we do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Major Deficiencies in demonstratin g corps value of excellence in all we do

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-3

Very Robust Community Service Program; very high participation rate by cadets.

Meaningful goals are being measured and tracked by cadets.

 

 

 

Unit has an active communit y and school service program

 

 

Minimal; lack luster community service program; marginal cadet participation rate exists

 

 

 

Cadets are not actively involved in community service, or support activities.

VI-4

Polished; prepared and presented by cadet staff, multimedia briefing focusing on unit goals and unit programs.

Unit is meeting HQ

guidance

Minor deficiencies in briefing content

Major deficiency in briefing content; ill prepared, poorly presented

 

 

 

 

VI-5

Highly proficient Drill Sequence. Near perfect performance

30 Step Drill Sequence proficient drill performa nce

Minor discrepancies noted

Major Discrepancies noted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-6

Cadet ownership of unit programs clearly evident; unit goals emphasized; continuity programs exist.

 

 

Unit has a functionin g cadet staff; some cadet ownershi p exists

 

 

 

Low functioning cadet staff; excessive instructor guidance

 

 

 

 

Instructors are running program

Section VII (Unit Operations)

 

Assessment Item

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepancie s

Does not Meet Standards

 

 

 

VII-1

 

 

 

N/A

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

Minor errors. that did not affect viability, instructor manning or funding

Major errors that affected viability, instructor manning or funding

 

 

 

 

 

VII-2

 

 

 

N/A

 

Unit is meeting HQ

guidance requireme nts

WINGS use is intermittent

; minor errors in meeting operational requiremen

Instructors fail to use WINGS

regularly; not responsive to HQ tasking’s; major WINGS errors

VII-3

N/A

Unit is keeping school and

unit contact up to date.

N/A

Unit is not keeping school and unit contact informatio n up to date

VII-4

N/A

Unit is meeting require ment and have uniform waivers loaded in WINGS

Expired Waivers; other minor variations of uniform wear (IE Unit Patch without waiver

Major Variation of uniform wear without waiver

 

 

 

VII-5

 

 

 

N/A

Unit complies with AFJROTC

policy regarding physical discipline

 

 

 

N/A

Unit does not comply with AFJROTC

policy regarding physical discipline

 

 

 

 

 

VII-6

 

Unit takes more than one CIA trip Per Academic Year

Unit takes the minimum of one CIA trip per Academic Year

 

 

 

N/A

 

Unit does not take the minimum of one CIA trip per Academic Year

 

 

 

 

 

VII-7

 

 

Instructors/S chool administrator s go above and beyond to recruit/retain cadets

 

 

Instructor s and school administr ators recruit and retain cadets

Some recruiting and retention is being done however, instructors and school administrat ors are not working together

 

 

 

 

No recruiting or retention efforts evident

VII-8

Cadet run program; cadets are tracking recording keeping of wellness program activities and WINGS

update of PFT

Events/Mass Assessment

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ Guidance

Minor Discrepanci es in meeting Wellness Program Requireme nts

Wellness program requirements are not being accomplishe d

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-9

Cadets

actively involved in developing the cadet guide or operating procedures; unit has access to guide on web page;contain s more than minimum items

 

 

 

 

Unit is meeting requireme nts as required by HQ guidance

 

 

 

 

Cadet guide or operating instructions are incomplete or out of date

 

 

 

 

 

No cadet guide or operating instructions

 

 

 

 

VII-10

 

 

 

 

N/A

 

 

Unit has met all suspense’ s

 

 

 

Unit has met all but 1 suspense.

 

 

Unit has missed 2 or more suspenses.

VII-11

N/A

Unit has completed self inspection as required

Minor inconsistencie s with HQ UE findings

Unit has not completed self inspection; or major inconsistencie s with HQ UE findings.

 

 

Section VIII (Director Special Interest Items)

 

Assessment Item

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepan cie s

Does not Meet Standards

 

 

 

VIII-1

N/A

Instructors have followed Finance Guide and only submitted requests for approved items.

Instructors have notified HQ if AF Funds will not be used.

N/A

Instructors have not followed Finance Guide and have not submitted requests for approved items.

Instructors have not notified HQ if AF Funds will not be used

 

 

 

VIII-2

50% or more of corps has

taken a CIA Trip (Exceeds)

49-25 % of

corps has taken a CIA Trip (Meets),

24-10% has taken a CIA Trip (MWD),

Less than 10% taken a CIA Trip (DNMS)

 

 

 

 

 

VIII-3

N/A

Unit has met all Critical Suspenses

N/A

Unit has not met all Critical Suspenses

 

 

AFJROTC Unit Pre-Assessment Checklist PRE-VISIT ITEMS: (30 days in advance)

 

Attachment 3

 

 

 

When notified, confirm the following:                         Yes No NA

Suggest special attention items via email to your Regional Director (e.g., Positive or negative situations of which the HQ needs to be aware)

 

 

 

Nominate your “Top Performers”/ “Best Practices” and provide a proposed “Agenda” via email to your Regional Director for consideration.

 

 

 

Attendance is a mandatory formation for all instructors

 

 

 

Accomplish an internal self - assessment prior to Unit Evaluation.

 

 

 

Personally confirm adequacy: (NLT 2 weeks prior)     Yes No NA

Parking space at school

 

 

 

Meal requirements, if any

 

 

 

Meeting Space/AV Requirements

 

 

 

In-Brief / Out-Brief to Principal and/or Superintendent

 

 

 

Cadet Leadership Mission Briefing to Administrator(s)

 

 

 

Counselors, etc.

 

 

 

Personal Workspace for Inspector(s)

 

 

 

RD received your submission for ‘Top Performer,’ ‘Best Practices,’ and ‘Agenda’

 

 

 

Ensure cadets are briefed on:                                       Yes No NA

Protocol (saluting, terms of address, do not stop class for an administrator, etc.)

 

 

 

Uniform wear

 

 

 

Reason for visit

 

 

 

Cadet introductions, have cadets: State name

Class (sophomore, junior, senior) Job in cadet corps

 

 

 

 

Instructors and cadets should:                                            Yes No NA

 

Review recommended agenda (remember time for visit is very short!)

 

 

 

Ensure facilities are clean and neat

 

 

 

Prepare any items worthy of display

 

 

 

Ensure haircuts are well within standards

 

 

 

Ensure uniforms are clean and well fitted

 

 

 

Practice briefings

 

 

 

Practice 30-step drill sequence by 2nd year cadets

 

 

 

Appointments confirmed with: (NLT 1 week prior)          Yes No N/A

Principal

 

 

 

Counselor(s) (if applicable)

 

 

 

Other school/local officials, Bookkeeper/Comptroller (as needed)

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Put your best foot forward! This may be the only opportunity your cadets will have to be involved in a HQ AFJROTC Assessment. Look Sharp! Feel Sharp! Be Sharp!

DURING VISIT:

Yes No NA

If pickup is required, arrive 15 minutes early (SASI and cadet corps commander meet the Inspector)

 

 

 

If Evaluator(s) is/are driving, provide parking space(s), with reserved sign(s), and post a key cadet with clear instructions

 

 

 

Instructors and Cadets will be in uniform during visit (type determined by SASI)

 

 

 

Provide coffee, water, soft drinks / Advise of break areas

 

 

 

Provide all requested documentation at In-Brief (see Document Checklist in Assessment Guide)

 

 

 

Provide transportation and directions as required

 

 

 

Provide top Performer Certificates for presentation

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Visits by evaluators are not griping sessions; however, significant problems may be raised, if appropriate. Likewise, this is a perfect opportunity to showcase your successes!

Additionally, the evaluator has a lot to accomplish in a very short period of time. Please try stay on schedule!

 

 

 

OPTIONAL ITEMS:

 

 

Yes No NA

 

Welcome package (in addition to agenda)

 

 

 

Media coverage--TV and newspaper (local and school), and/or radio – After Action

 

 

 

Publicize visit throughout the school (marquee, bulletin board signs, school newsletter, etc.)

 

 

 

 

 

Post Visit:

 

 

Yes No NA

 

 

Complete a Feedback form on how the visit went, problems encountered , anticipated tasking, etc., upon receipt of the email from HQ Inspections

 

 

 

 

Attachment 4

 

CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTS

Unit presents to Evaluator at In-Briefing

 

 

Equipment/Resource Compliance Items

 

 

Yes No

 

Documentation of auxiliary account, financial audits and account reconciliation records.

 

 

Receipt Copies of all Expenditures not Paid/Complete

 

 

System in place for Fund Raising Money Management and account audit

 

 

Cadet Management Inventory Report (Pull report within 24 hours of visit)

 

 

Cadet Hand Receipts for Uniform Issues are available for review

 

 

Current copy of the Holm Center ADPE Inventory list

 

 

 

 

Current school system generated class roster(s) Lesson Plans (what will be taught on assessment day) Course syllabus

Copy of the seven-Year Curriculum Plan

 

Grade Book

Copy of Cadet Guide

Copies of the Parent Fitness Program Consent forms

 

Copies of instructor CPR card qualifications Copy of School Cadet Drop/Add List

 

 

Yes No

 

 

Hard copy of Cadet Mission Brief

 

 

 

Instructors Items

 

 

Ensure a scale for measuring height and weight of instructor staff is available

 

 

 

Attachment 5

 

 

 

FLIGHT DRILL SEQUENCE

 

Note: The drill sequence is led and performed by second year cadets.

 

Cadet Commander will report in after the command fall-in is given.

Example: Sir/Ma’am, Unit Number, is prepared for the 30-step drill sequence. Request permission to use your drill area, Sir/Ma’am!

 

  1. Fall in                                                 16. To the rear march
  2. Open ranks march                           17. To the rear march
  3. Ready front                                       18. Column right march
  4. Close ranks march                          19. Forward march
  5. Present arms                                    20. Eyes right (salute the evaluator)
  6. Order arms                                        21. Ready Front
  7. Parade rest                                       22. Column right march
  8. Attention                                             23. Forward march
  9. Left face                                            24. Change step march
  10. About face                                    25. Column right march
  11. Forward march                             26. Forward march
  12. Right flank march                        27. Flight halt
  13. Left flank march                           28. Left face
  14. Column right march                    29. Right step march
  15. Forward march                             30. Flight halt

 

 

Cadet Commander will report out after the command flight halt is given. Example: Sir/Ma’am, Unit Number, request permission to exit your drill area, Sir/Ma’am!

 

 

 

 

 

Unit Evaluation (Sample Agenda) 0700-0715 Arrive

0720-0725 Weigh In

0725-0745 In-Brief Principal

 

Attachment 6

 

 

 

0750-0810 Counselor(s) (head, and as many as possible--at least one that deals with freshman)

0815-0900 Cadet Mission Briefing and Top Performer Awards

0905-0915 30-Step drill sequence (led and performed by 2nd year cadets) 0915-0945 Observe AS Classroom Instruction/Cadet Discussion

1015-1055 Observe LE Classroom Instruction/Cadet Discussion 1100-1130 Working Lunch

1130-1400 Run Assessment Checklist 1400-1500 Debrief SASI and ASI

1500-1530 Out-Brief Principal with SASI/ASI 1530 Depart

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is for planning purposes only.

EXTRA

Template

AFJROTC Unit Assessment Report

 

 

 

Section II – Compliance (Title 10/DODI/School Agreement)

Note:  Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section.  All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepancies

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

Not Rated

 

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/

Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

 

 

             

II-4

All AFJROTC students must be enrolled voluntarily and participate in the full program to include taking AFJROTC academic courses, participation in the cadet corps, and wearing the prescribed uniform.  The SASI is involved in the enrollment and disenrollment decision process. (IC 1 To AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

             
 

Section IV – Equipment Management

Note:  Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section.  All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepancies

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

Not Rated

 

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/

Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

 

IV-1

1903 Daisy Drill Rifles, CMP Air Rifles, other replica weapons, and ceremonial sabers are stored in appropriate security containers.   (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-2

Unit uses WINGS Cadet and Inventory Management modules and the ADPE Inventory Management (AIM) listing to account for ALL Air Force property and equipment by recording the identity (nomenclature, make, model, serial number) of Air Force funded equipment such as computers, scanners, printers, TVs/VCRs, projectors, monitors, cameras, etc., with proper disposition recording for items no longer in service.  (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-3

Accountable Air Force equipment must be physically marked and clearly identified as belonging to the Air Force.  ADPE equipment must also exhibit the Holm Center accountability label.  (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV-4

WINGS records inventory of uniform items, to include tracking of items issued to and turned in from cadets, with proper disposition recording for items no longer in service.  The unit maintains an active file of signed hand receipts for items in cadets' possession.  (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           
 

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                   

Section V – Curriculum

Note:  Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section.  All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepancies

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

Not Rated

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/

Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

V-1

The unit uses WINGS to maintain accountability for all curriculum materials, with all current AS and LE materials on hand.  Obsolete material is disposed of according to guidelines described in AFJROTCI 36-2001.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

V-7

A wellness program has been established and is conducted in compliance with HQ guidance.  Unit maintains the required parental consent forms.  Cadets not participating in the program must be accounted for in writing.  All instructors have current CPR certifications on file.(AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

Section VI – Cadet Operations

Note:  Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section.  All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

 

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepancies

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

Not Rated

 

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/

Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

 

VI-1

Cadets reflect pride and professionalism and demonstrate "Integrity First" through appearance in uniform and by exemplifying the AFJROTC Cadet Creed.  (AFI36-2903, AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-2

Cadets demonstrate "Excellence in all we do" through compliance with school and unit conduct policies, academic performance, physical fitness, recruiting/retention efforts, success of unit programs, and interaction with other school organizations and programs (to include extracurricular activities where available).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-3

Cadets demonstrate "Service before self" through active participation in school and/or community support activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-4

Cadets demonstrate discipline, teamwork, and unit cohesion through the presentation of the cadet prepared unit briefing (to include measurable unit and Corps goals, performance measurements, and unit wellness program), and 30-step drill performance by 2nd year cadets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI-5

Cadets demonstrate Corps "ownership" through training fellow cadets, daily planning cadet-initiated activities and programs, and maintaining all unit functional areas and programs as outlined in the Cadet Guide.  (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                 

Section VII – Unit Operations

Note:  Failure to meet standards in any two items requires a “Does Not Meet Standards” for this section.  All “Exceeds Standards” ratings and any rating below “Meets Standards” require comments.

Exceeds Standards

 

Meets Standards

 

Meets Stds w/ Discrepancies

 

Does Not Meet Standards

 

Not Rated

 

Assessment Items

Exc

Meet

W/

Disc

Not Meet

Not Rated

VII-1

The unit uses correct procedures for minimum enrollment counting.  (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-2

The unit utilizes WINGS for current regulatory guidance, forms, news, information, and other operational requirements to include meeting Holm Center/JR suspense’s.  (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-3

The unit complies with AFJROTC Director’s guidance regarding not using physical discipline.  (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-4

Unit must take a minimum of one CIA trip per Academic Year (per term for 4x4).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-5

Instructors and school administrators are actively engaged in recruiting and retention.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII-6

Unit publishes a cadet guide or unit operating instruction to which all cadets have access.  It should outline, as a minimum, program opportunities and expectations to include cadet promotions, appearance and corps operations.  (AFJROTCI 36-2001)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

                             

 

 

RATINGS: To be used as a Guide to Possible Rating

 

 

SECTION II (Title 10/DODI/School Agreement)

 

 

Assessment Items

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepancies

Does not Meet Standards

 

 

II-1

N/A

Instructors teach only AFJROTC students who are in grades 9-12 and a course of military instruction of not less than three academic years.

N/A

Unit has cadets who are not in grades 9-12 and/or teaches courses not approved for AFJROTC and/or does not have a three year academic program

 

 

II-2

N/A

Satellite units are not established

N/A

Satellite units are established

 

 

II-3

School is exceeding standards as stated in agreement/DODI

School meeting standards as stated in agreement/ DODI

N/A

School is not meeting standards as stated in the agreement/ DODI

 

 

II-4

N/A

School meeting standards as stated in agreement/ DODI

SASI does not have full concurrence with student enrollment; all other areas meet standards

More than one area does not meet standards

 

 

II-5

Above the norm classroom and instructor office facilities provided for AFJROTC

Adequate facilities have been provided for AFJROTC purposes

Facilities have been provided for AFJROTC purposes but do not meet the needs of the program

Adequate facilities have not been provided for AFJROTC purposes

 

 

II-6

School provides above the required minimum drill space Consideration should be given to indoor drill facilities in areas where inclement weather prohibits outside drill for extended periods of time.

School provides and maintains adequate drill space

School does not provide adequate, unobstructed space

School does not provide or maintain the required drill space

 

 

II-7

School provides more than the required 400 square feet of climatically controlled storage

School provides 400 square feet of climatically controlled storage

School provides 400 square feet but is not exclusively
 for AFJROTC

School does not provide 400 square feet of climatically controlled storage

 

 

II-8

N/A

Local Area Network (LAN) and office phone connectivity provided

N/A

Local Area Network (LAN) and office phone connectivity not provided

 

 

II-9

SASI has control of course scheduling

Scheduling provides ample opportunities for students to enroll

School provides some challenges in scheduling of AFJROTC classes

School is restrictive in their scheduling of AFJROTC classes

 

 

II-10

School provides more than elective credit

School is providing academic credit

N/A

School does not provide academic credit for AFJROTC courses

 

Section IV (Equipment Management)

 

Assessment Items

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepancies

Does not Meet Standards

IV-1

Unit security exceeds requirements, i.e. gun safe, using a SF702

Unit is meeting requirements as required by HQ guidance

Unit is meeting security standards; SF702 not correctly used

Unit is not meeting requirements in one or more areas; unauthorized demil rifles on hand

IV-2

Tracking more than required; cadets are involved with use of WINGS | Cadet Management

Unit is meeting requirements as required by HQ guidance

Unit is using Wings | Cadet Management with minor inaccuracies

Unit is not using Wings | Cadet Management  in one or more required areas; and/or numerous inaccuracies

IV-3

Items permanently labeled in excess of requirements; Non-USAF equipment is clearly identified

Unit is meeting requirements as required by HQ guidance

Not more than 3 items not labeled as AF property; no Holm Center ADPE labels

More than 3 items not identified

IV-4

Tracking more than required; cadets are involved with use of WINGS | Cadet Management

Unit is meeting requirements as required by HQ guidance

WINGS | Cadet Managementis not being updated when changes occur, Minor discrepancies in accounting

Unit is not using WINGS | Cadet Management is not maintaining hand receipts and/or numbers inaccuracies

IV-5

N/A

Unit has a current Military Property Custodian (MPC) and Holm Center ADPE letter on file and updated in WINGS

Current Military Property Custodian (MPC) and Holm Center ADPE letter is out of date and/or not in WINGS

Unit does not have a current Military Property Custodian (MPC) and Holm Center ADPE letter on file and updated in WINGS

Section VI (Cadet Operations)

Assessment Items

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepancies

Does not Meet Standards

VI-1

100% uniform wear; all cadets in the same uniform; very few minor violations of grooming standardsgoals exist and are tracked

Unit is meeting requirements as required by HQ guidance

Some minor discrepancies in uniform wear and/or grooming standards

Major discrepancies in uniform wear and grooming standards; numerous cadets not in uniform

VI-2

Academic excellence is highly emphasized through use of recognition/reward programs; goals exist and are tracked/exceeded; Other programs supporting success exist

Unit is meeting requirements as required by HQ guidance

Unit is deficient in one of the required areas;

Unit is deficient in more than one of the required areas

VI-3

Item is highly emphasized; goals exist and are tracked/exceeded; high cadet participation rate

Unit has a community and school service program

Unit is deficient in one of the required areas; marginal cadet participation rate exists

Unit does not actively participate in community/service service

VI-4

Polished; prepared and presented by cadet staff, multimedia briefing focusing on unit goals and unit programs; highly proficient drill performance; unit goals are measurable

Unit is meeting  HQ guidance

Unit is deficient in one of the required areas

Unit is deficient in more than one of the required areas

VI-5

Cadet ownership of Corps and unit programs clearly evident; unit goals emphasized; continuity programs exist

Unit has a functioning cadet staff; some cadet ownership exists; unit goals exist and being used

Low functioning cadet staff; excessive instructor guidance; unit goals exist, but are not measurable and/or are not emphasized

Instructors are running program; no goals exist

Section VII (Unit Operations)

Assessment Item

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Standards w/ Discrepancies

Does not Meet Standards

VII-1

N/A

Unit is meeting requirements as required by HQ guidance

Minor math errors.  Unintentional errors that did not affect viability, instructor manning or funding

Unintentional errors that affected viability, instructor manning or funding; Unit is not accurately counting viability

VII-2

N/A

Unit is meeting HQ guidance requirements; timely response to e-mails

Suspense’s are not being regularly met; regulatory guidance not being followed

Unit does not use Cyber Campus; not responsive to HQ taskings

VII-3

N/A

Unit complies with AFJROTC policy regarding physical discipline

N/A

Unit does not comply with AFJROTC policy regarding physical discipline

VII-4

Unit takes more than one CIA trip Per Academic Year

Unit takes the minimum of one CIA trip per Academic Year

N/A

Unit does not take the minimum of one CIA trip per Academic Year

VII-5

Instructors/School administrators go above and beyond to recruit/retain cadets

Instructors and school administrators recruit and retain cadets

Some recruiting and retention is being done however, instructors and school administrators are not working together

No recruiting or retention efforts evident

VII-6

Cadets actively involved in writing the cadet guide or operating procedures; each cadet has their own copy; contains more than minimum items

Unit is meeting requirements as required by HQ guidance

Cadet guide or operating instructions exist, however they are incomplete in some areas or out of date

Unit has no cadet guide or operating instructions