Standard: JAG 12410.1
(SER 64/9U014) CIVILIAN EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT
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Eligible Individuals. This instruction applies equally to all U.S., foreign national (FN) direct, and foreign national indirect civilian employees of the OJAG/NAVLEGSVCCOM. The provisions of this instruction do not extend to education/training for military personnel.
Applicability. This instruction applies equally to all eligible civilian employees. Recognizing the requirement to comply with country-specific laws, regulations and policies that apply to the education/training of FN civilian employees, Commanding Officers (COs) of overseas activities shall coordinate implementation of this instruction with the responsible FN Human Resources Office (s). COs shall make every effort to enable full participation of their FN civilian employees in the education/training programs established by this instruction to the fullest extent possible. Within 90 days of the effective date of this instruction, COs of overseas activities will report to the Civilian Education/Training Manager [see paragraph 7(b)] on the extent to which this instruction has been fully implemented identifying any legal or regulatory impediments thereto.
Purpose. To provide policy and guidance for civilian employee education, training, and career development programs for the Office of the Judge Advocate General (OJAG) and Naval Legal Service Command (NAVLEGSVCCOM). Recognizing the value of a competent, highly educated civilian workforce, this instruction implements an education/training program for civilian employees.
|Organization:||Office of the Judge Advocate General|
|Document Number:||jag 12410.1|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|
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