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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE Headquarters US Air Force Washington DC 20330-1030

CFETP 4P0X1 Parts 1 and II 1 DECEMBER 2006

AFSC 4P0X1 PHARMACY

CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN

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PHARMACY SPECIALTY AFSC 4P0X1 CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN Table of Contents PART I

Preface -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 2 8

Abbreviations/Terms Explained -------------------------------------------------------------------------Section A--General Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------Purpose of the CFETP Use of the CFETP Coordination and Approval of the CFETP

Section B--Career Field Progression and Information ---------------------------------------Specialty Descriptions Skill /Career Progression Apprentice Level (3) Journeyman Level (5) Craftsman Level (7) Superintendent Level (9) Training Decisions Community College of the Air Force Academics Programs Career Field Path

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Section C--Skill Level Training Requirements-----------------------------------------------------Purpose Specialty Qualification Requirements Apprentice Level (3) Journeyman Level (5) Craftsman Level (7) Superintendent Level (9)

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Section D--Resource Constraints-------------------------------------------------------------------------Purpose Training Constraints

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Section E--Transitional Training Guide --------------------------------------------------------------

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Part II Section A--Specialty Training Standard------------------------------------------------------------Implementation Purpose Recommendations Qualitative Requirements

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Section B--Course Objective List --------------------------------------------------------------------Section C--Support Materials -------------------------------------------------------------------------Section D--Training Course Index ------------------------------------------------------------------Section E--Major Command (MAJCOM) Unique Requirements --------------------Section F--Documentation of Training (Medical Specific)---------------------------------

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OPR: 382 TRS/TRR Certified by: 382 TRS/TRR (Mr. Bennie Brashear) Supersedes CFETP 4P0X1, August 2002 and CFETP 4P0X1C2, 1 November 2003 This CFETP was revised and updated based on the outcome of the February 2006 Utilization and Training Workshop. Changes were based on the Occupational Survey Report and recommendations from Air Force Career Field Manager and MAJCOM functional representatives.

PHARMACY SPECIALTY AFSC 4P0X1 CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN PART I Preface 1. This Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP) is a comprehensive education and training document that identifies life-cycle education and training requirements, training support resources, and minimum core task requirements for the pharmacy specialty. The CFETP will provide supervisors, trainers, and trainees a clear career path to success and instills rigor in unit level training. NOTE: Civilians occupying associated positions will use Part II to support duty position qualification training. 2. The CFETP consists of two parts; supervisors use both parts to plan, manage, and control training within the career field. 2.1. Part I provides information necessary for overall management of the specialty. Section A explains how everyone will use the plan. Section B identifies career field progression information, duties and responsibilities, training strategies, and career field path. Section C associates each level with specialty qualifications (knowledge, education, training, and other). Section D indicates resource constraints; some examples are funds, manpower, equipment, and facilities. Section E identifies transition training guide requirements for SSgt through MSgt. 2.2. Part II includes the following: Section A identifies the Specialty Training Standard (STS) and includes duties, tasks, technical references to support Air Education and Training Command (AETC) conducted training, wartime course, core tasks, and correspondence course requirements. Section B contains the course objective list and training standards supervisors will use to determine if Airmen satisfied training requirements. Section C identifies available support materials. Section D identifies a training course index; supervisors can use to determine resources available to support training. Included here are both mandatory and optional courses; Section E identifies MAJCOM unique training requirements supervisors can use to determine additional training required for the associated qualification needs; Section F provides guidelines for managing and documenting enlisted training (medical specific) and six-part training and competency folder documentation. 3. Using guidance provided in the CFETP will ensure individuals in this specialty receive effective and efficient training at the appropriate point in their career. This plan will enable us to train today's work force for tomorrow's jobs. At unit level, supervisors and trainers will use Part II to identify, plan, and conduct training commensurate with the overall goals of this plan.

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ABBREVIATIONS/TERMS EXPLAINED Advanced Training (AT). Formal course which provides individuals who are qualified in one or more positions of their Air Force Specialty (AFS) with additional skills/knowledge to enhance their expertise in the career field. Training is for selected career Airmen at the advanced level of the AFS. Air Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM). Individual appointed by HQ USAF for assigned AFS. AFCFMs are responsible for overall management of assigned career field. In addition they are responsible for development, implementation and maintenance of the Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP). Air Reserve Component (ARC). A Component of the Air Force comprised of Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve units. Career Broadening. Duties and responsibilities outside of normal pharmacy activities that provide an opportunity for career advancement (i.e. training or PME instructor, MTI, MTL, Career Assistance Advisor, squadron or group superintendent). Career Development Course (CDC). Self-study correspondence courses that provide Airmen with the fundamental knowledge of their AFS. CDCs directly support the Air Force OJT program and Air Force promotion system. Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP). A CFETP is a comprehensive, multipurpose document encapsulating the entire spectrum of education and training for a career field. It outlines a logical growth plan that includes training resources and is designed to make career field training identifiable, to eliminate duplication, and to ensure this training is budget defensible. Certification. A formal indication of an individual's ability to perform a task to required standards. Certification Official. A person whom the commander assigns to determine an individual's ability to perform a task to required standards. Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility (CASF). A CASF is a provisionally designated unit that provides administrative processing and continuing nursing care on a 24 hour basis to patients entering or traveling in the Aeromedical Evacuation (AE) system during emergency conditions or contingency operations. Continuation Training. Additional training exceeding requirements with emphasis on present or future duty assignments. Synonymous with proficiency training. Core Task. Tasks the Air Force career field manager (AFCFM) identify as minimum qualification requirements for everyone within an AFSC. Course Objective List (COL). A publication derived from initial or advanced skills course training standards, it identifies the tasks and knowledge requirements, and respective standards provided to achieve a 3-, 7-skill level in this career field. Supervisors use the COL to assist in conducting graduate evaluations in accordance with AFI 36-2201, Air Force Training Program.

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DMLSS. Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support Enlisted Specialty Training (EST). A mix of formal training (technical school) and informal training (on-the-job) to qualify and upgrade Airmen in each skill level of a specialty. Expeditionary Medical Service (EMEDS) Operational medical equipment, supplies and personnel staged to support and sustain a portable bedded facility to an Air Expeditionary Force (AEF). EMEDS provides acute intervention and primary care to support the deployment of 5002000 personnel worldwide. Exportable Training. Additional training via computer assisted, paper text, interactive video, or other necessary means to supplement training. Go. The stage at which an individual has gained enough skill, knowledge, and experience to perform the tasks without supervision. Meeting the task standard. Instructional System Development (ISD). A deliberate and orderly, but flexible process for planning, developing, implementing, and managing instructional systems. It ensures personnel are taught in a cost efficient way the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for successful job performance. REF: AFI 36-2201 V1 Initial Skills Training. Training acquired through attending an official AF course that results in an AFSC 3-skill level award for enlisted or mandatory training for upgrade to eligible officers. MAJCOM Functional Managers (MFM). Senior leaders, designated by the appropriate functional authority (FA) who provide day-to-day management responsibility over specific functional communities at the MAJCOM, FOA, DRU, or ARC level. While they should maintain an institutional focus in regards to resource development and distribution, FMs are responsible for ensuring their specialties are equipped, developed, and sustained to meet the functional community's mission as well as encourage force development opportunities in order to meet future needs of the total Air Force mission. Master Task List (MTL). A comprehensive list (100%) of all tasks performed within a work center and consisting of the current CFETP or AFJQS and locally developed AF Forms 797 (as a minimum). Should include tasks required for deployment and/or UTC requirements. Master Training Plan (MTP). Employs a strategy for ensuring the completion of all work center job requirements by using a Master Task Listing and provides milestones for task, CDC completion, and prioritizes deployment/UTC, home station training tasks, upgrade, and qualifications tasks. No Go. Trainee has not gained enough skill, knowledge, and experience to perform task without supervision. Does not meet task standard. Occupational Survey Report (OSR). A detailed report showing the results of an occupational survey of tasks performed within a particular AFS. On-the-Job Training (OJT). Hands-on, over-the-shoulder training conducted to certify personnel in both upgrade (skill level award) and job qualification (duty position certification) training.

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Proficiency Training. Additional training, either in-residence or exportable advanced training courses, or on-the-job training, provided to personnel to increase their skills and knowledge beyond the minimum required for upgrade. Qualification Training (QT). Hands-on performance training designed to qualify personnel in a specific position. This training occurs both during and after upgrade training to maintain up-todate qualifications. Qualification Training Package (QTP). An instructional package designed for use at the unit to qualify, or aid qualification, in a duty position or program, or on a piece of equipment. It may be printed, computer-based, or in other audiovisual media. Resource Constraints. Resource deficiencies, such as money, facilities, time, manpower, and equipment that preclude desired training from being delivered. Readiness Skills Verification Program (RSVP) Designed to ensure deployable personnel are trained in tasks necessary to support EMEDS/CASF. Training/recertification of tasks is required every 2-deployment cycles (20 months). Skills Training. A formal course which results in the award of a skill level. Specialty Training. A mix of formal training (technical school) and informal training (on-thejob) to qualify and upgrade Airmen in the award of a skill level. Specialty Training Standard (STS). An Air Force publication that describes skills and knowledge that Airman in a particular Air Force specialty needs on the job. It further serves as a contract between the Air Education and Training Command and the user to show the overall training requirements for an Air Force specialty code that the formal schools teach. Task Certifier. See Certification Official. Third Party Certification. Is an evaluation of completed training conducted by the task certifier and is only required when directed by the AFCFM. Total Force. All collective Air Force components (Active, Reserve, Guard, and civilian elements) of the United States Air Force. Training Setting. The type of forum in which training is provided (formal resident school, onthe-job, field training, mobile training team, self-study etc.). Upgrade Training (UGT). Mandatory training which leads to attainment of higher level of proficiency. Utilization and Training Workshop (U&TW). A forum of MAJCOM Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) functional managers, Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), and AETC training personnel that determines career ladder training requirements. Wartime Tasks. Those tasks that must be taught when courses are accelerated in a wartime environment. In response to a wartime scenario, these tasks will be taught in the 3-level course in a streamlined training environment. These tasks are only for those career fields that still need them applied to their schoolhouse tasks.

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Section A - General Information 1. Purpose. This CFETP provides information necessary for Air Force Career Field Managers (AFCFMs), MAJCOM functional managers (MFMs), commanders, training managers, supervisors, and trainers to plan, develop, manage, and conduct an effective career field training program. This plan outlines the training that individuals in the 4P0X1 specialty should receive in order to develop and progress throughout their career. This plan identifies initial skills, upgrade, qualification, advanced, and proficiency training. Initial skills training is the AFS specific training an individual receives upon entry into the Air Force or upon retraining into this specialty for award of the 3-skill level. Normally, this training is conducted by AETC at one of the technical training centers. 1.1. Upgrade training identifies the mandatory courses, task qualification requirements, and correspondence course completion requirements for award of the 3-, 5-, 7-, and 9-skill levels. Qualification training is actual hands-on task performance training designed to qualify an Airman in a specific duty position. This training program occurs both during and after the upgrade training process. It is designed to provide the performance skills and knowledge required to do the job. Advanced training is formal specialty training used for selected Airmen. Proficiency training is additional training provided to personnel to increase their skills and knowledge beyond the minimum required for upgrade. The CFETP has several purposes, some are: 1.1.1. Serves as a management tool to plan, manage, conduct, and evaluate a career field training program. It is also used to help supervisors to identify training at the appropriate point in an individual's career. 1.1.2. Identifies task and knowledge training requirements for each skill level in the specialty and recommends education/training throughout each phase of an individual's career. 1.1.3. Lists training courses available in the specialty, identifies sources of training, and the training delivery method. 1.1.4. Identifies major resource constraints that impact full implementation of the desired career field training process. 2. Uses. MFMs and supervisors at all levels will use the plan to ensure comprehensive and cohesive training programs are available for each individual in the specialty. 2.1. AETC training personnel will develop/revise formal resident, non-resident, field and exportable training based on requirements established by the users and documented in Part II of the CFETP. AETC training personnel and MFMs will also work with the AFCFM to develop acquisition strategies for obtaining resources needed to provide the identified training.

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2.2. MFMs will ensure their training programs complement the CFETP mandatory initial, upgrade, and proficiency requirements. OJT, resident training, contract training, or exportable courses can satisfy identified requirements. MAJCOM-developed training to support this AFSC must be identified for inclusion into plan. 2.3. Each individual will complete the mandatory training requirements specified in this plan. The lists of courses in Part II will be used as a reference to support training. 3. Coordination and Approval. The AFCFM is the approval authority. Also, the AFCFM will initiate an annual review of this document to ensure currency and accuracy. MAJCOM representatives and AETC training personnel will identify and coordinate on the career field training requirements. Using the list of courses in Part II, they will eliminate duplicate training.

Section B ­ Career Field Progression and Information 4. Specialty Descriptions 4.1. Refer to Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory (AFECD), Pharmacy 4.1.1. Specialty Summary. Manages administrative and technical pharmacy activities. Requisitions, stocks, compounds, prepares, and dispenses pharmaceuticals. Safeguards controlled drugs. Maintains and operates pharmacy information systems. Related DoD Occupational subgroup: 131200. 4.2. Duties and Responsibilities. 4.2.1. Compounds and dispenses pharmaceuticals. Interprets prescriptions and formulas for appropriateness and conformity with established guidelines. Confers with prescribers or patients on questions to assure desired therapeutic outcome. Performs and verifies pharmaceutical calculations. Selects and prepares drug orders according to accepted standards. Manufactures, labels, and stores preparations according to accepted compendia and reference literature. 4.2.2. Performs inventory control functions. Establishes requirements, requisitions, and stores drugs and equipment. Prepares orders needed for emergency, controlled drug, or other special items. Initiates defective drug product complaints. Processes adverse drug reaction reports. 4.2.3. Plans and organizes pharmacy activities. Develops economical, efficient work methods and operating procedures. Coordinates pharmacy activities with other functional areas. Develops and directs pharmacy quality assurance programs. 4.2.4. Inspects and evaluates pharmacy activities. Conducts periodic inspections of all drug storage and usage areas. Corrects discrepancies and maintains inspection reports. 4.2.5. Develops formulations. Assists in the development of new or modified drug formulations. Maintains current drug information literature for pharmacy and medical staff. Participates in Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee functions. 4.2.6. Performs pharmacy administrative functions. Provides proper maintenance and disposal for all pertinent Air Force and drug records. Prepares and revises Medical Facility Drug Formulary.

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4.2.7. Operates and maintains data automation equipment. Performs routine cleaning and maintenance of computer software and hardware. Revises data automation needs in accordance with current technology and availability. 5. Skill and Career Progression. Training and timely progression from apprentice through the superintendent skill level plays an extremely important role in the Air Force's ability to accomplish the mission. It is essential that everyone involved in training do his or her part to plan, develop, manage, conduct, and evaluate an effective training program. The guidance provided in this part of the CFETP will ensure individuals receive viable training at the appropriate points in their careers. The following narratives, and the AFSC 4P0X1 career field flowcharts, identify the training career path. The career path defines the training required in an individual's career. 5.1. Apprentice (3) Level. Initial skill training in this specialty consists of the tasks and knowledge training provided in the 3-skill level resident course. The decision to train specific tasks and knowledge items in the initial skills course is based on a review of the occupational survey report (OSR) data and 4P0X1 subject matter expert (SME) input. Task and knowledge training requirements are identified in the specialty training standard Part II, Sections A and B. Individuals must complete the initial skills course to be awarded AFSC 4P031. Upon completion of initial skills training a trainee will work with a trainer/supervisor in on-the-job training to enhance their knowledge and skills in pharmaceutical dispensing. Once enrolled, they will use their Career Development Courses and task qualification training to progress in the career field. Once task certified, a trainee may perform that task unsupervised. 5.2. Journeyman (5) Level. Once upgraded to the 5-skill level, a journeyman will maintain proficiency by completing all continuation training required or specified by command or local policies. Five skill level technicians may be assigned job positions such as outpatient dispensing technician, inpatient technician, Intravenous Admixture (IV) technician, pharmacy supply and equipment custodian, vault custodian, and pharmacy information systems manager. SrA will attend Airman Leadership School (ALS) when selected for promotion to SSgt, after reaching 42 months TAFMS and selected to a 12 month tour area, or when reaching 48 months TAFMS. Individuals will use their CDCs to prepare for testing and promotion under the Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS). 5.3. Craftsman (7) Level. A pharmacy craftsman can be expected to fill various supervisory and management positions within the pharmacy such as NCOIC of a satellite pharmacy operation or NCOIC of an inpatient pharmacy. In addition, they will develop work schedules for subordinate personnel and ensure necessary manning levels are maintained at all times during hours of pharmacy operations. Seven skill levels should take courses or obtain added knowledge on management of resources and personnel, and attend the 7-skill level resident course. Continued academic education through CCAF and higher degree programs is encouraged. In addition, after promotion to Technical Sergeant, individuals will attend the Noncommissioned Officer Academy and after promotion to MSgt, individuals should complete the Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy correspondence course. 5.4. Superintendent (9) Level: A 9-skill level can be expected to fill positions such as "Pharmacy Flight Chief, D&T Flight Superintendent" or may include an additional duty assignment as "squadron superintendent" or various other staff positions within the medical group. Additional training in the areas of budget, manpower, resources, and personnel management should be pursued through continuing education. Additional higher education and completion of courses outside their career AFSC are also recommended. To be awarded a 910

level, an individual must sew-on Senior Master Sergeant and satisfy all duty training requirements. 6. Training Decisions. The CFETP uses a building block approach (simple to complex) to encompass the entire spectrum of training requirements for the 4P0X1 career field. The spectrum includes a strategy for when, where, and how to meet the training requirements. The strategy must be apparent and affordable to reduce duplication of training and eliminate a disjointed approach to training. The following training decisions were made during the AFSC 4P0X1 Utilization and Training Workshop, held 13-16 February 2006 at Sheppard AFB, TX. 6.1. Initial Skills Training. The Pharmacy Apprentice Course will be revised to meet new training requirements set by the U&TW. This training will begin with Phase I class 1 June 07 and Phase II class 7 Sept 07. 6.2. Five Level Upgrade Requirements. The 4P051 CDC was revised to meet new training requirements identified, and update regulatory information. Completion of CDCs is mandatory before member is eligible for upgrade to the 5-skill level. 6.3. Seven Level Upgrade Requirements. The 7-skill level resident course was established to meet 7-skill level training requirements identified and to satisfy the Air Force's 7-skill level upgrade training requirement for all AFSCs. Attendees to the in-resident course should successfully complete 120 hours of Read-Ahead Modules (RAM) prior to their arrival at Sheppard AFB TX. Supervisors should direct SSgt selected for promotion to obtain RAM from http://sg-www.satx.disa.mil/882trss/382/Default.htm or the Career Field Manager's page at https://kc.afms.mil immediately upon selection for promotion. The 7-skill level course consists primarily of management and supervision training and includes some limited laboratory training on chemotherapy and hyperalimentation preparations. In addition to completion of the 7-skill level course, 12 months in upgrade training is required, but those in retraining status only have to complete a minimum of 6 months. The upgrade training begins on the first day of the promotion cycle (1 Sep). Individuals in retraining status are subject to the same requirements. 6.4. Proficiency Training. Any additional knowledge and skill requirements that were not taught through initial skills or upgrade training are assigned to continuation training. Individual pharmacy managers must develop a continuation training program that ensures individuals in the pharmacy career field receive the necessary training at the appropriate point in their career. The training program will identify both mandatory and optional training requirements. 7. Community College of the Air Force. Enrollment in CCAF occurs upon completion of basic military training. CCAF provides the opportunity to obtain an Associate in Applied Sciences Degree. 7.1. Degree Requirements. All Airmen are automatically entered into the CCAF program. Prior to completing an associate degree, the 5 level must be awarded and the following requirements must be met:

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Semester Hours Technical Education -----------------------------------------------------------------------------24 Leadership, Management, and Military Studies ---------------------------------------------6 Physical Education ------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 General Education -------------------------------------------------------------------------------15 Program Electives: Technical Education; Leadership, Management, and Military Studies, or General Education ----------------------------------------------------------------15 Total -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------64

Subject Courses

Figure 1.1. Pharmacy Enlisted Career Path Pyramid.

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4P0X1 Career Path

Education and Training Requirements Basic Military Training school Apprentice Technical School (3-Skill Level) 6 Months Rank

GRADE REQUIREMENTS

College Degree Encouraged

Average 4P0X1 Sew-On

Special Duty Assignments CDC's

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10 Months Upgrade To Journeyman (5-Skill Level) - Complete 4P051 CDCs - Minimum 15 months OJT - Minimum 9 months OJT for retrainees - Complete all required duty position training Airman Leadership School (ALS) - SrA with 48 months TIS or SSgt selectee - Resident graduation is a prerequisite for SSgt sew-on (Active Duty only) Upgrade To Craftsman (7-Skill Level) - Minimum rank of SSgt - 12 months OJT - 6 months OJT for retrainees Associates Degree In Pharmacy Technology 3 years 10 months (TIG) Trainer - Qualified and certified to perform task to be trained - Must attend the Air Force Training Course

Certifier - Possess at least the grade of SSgt with 5 skill level or civilian equivalent - Attend the Air Force Training Course - Be a person other than the trainer except for AFSCs, duty positions, units, and/or work centers with specialized training standardization and certification requirements · · · 5.1 years AETC Instructor Recruiter MTI/MTL Bachelors Degree in Biological Sciences or other degree with heavy concentration in Biological Sciences

- Complete Rams and Resident 7 level course - Complete all required duty position training

Noncommissioned Officer Academy (NCOA) - Must be a TSgt or TSgt selectee - Resident graduation is a prerequisite for MSgt sew-on (Active Duty only) 9.7 years USAF Senior NCO Academy (SNCOA) - Must be a SMSgt or SMSgt selectee - Resident graduation is a prerequisite for CMSgt sew-on (Active Duty only) - A percentage of top non-selects (for promotion to E-8) MSgts attend SNCOA each year. 16.6 years Upgrade to Superintendent (9-Skill Level) - Minimum rank of SMSgt - Complete duty position training - Intermediate Executive Skills (desired not required)

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Technical School Course Supervisor Squadron Superintendent

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Technical School CDC writer First Sergeant Squadron Superintendent Career Assistance Advisor MAJCOM FM

Masters Degree

Squadron Superintendant MAJCOM FM

19.8 years Chief Enlisted Manager (CEM) (4P000) - CMSgt Leadership Course - Intermediate Executive Skills (desired not required) · · MAJCOM FM Career Field Manager

21.5 years

Refer to AFI 36-2201, Vol 2 and 3, and AFPC AIG messages for updates Table 1.1. AF Enlisted Career Path.

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Section C ­ Skill Level Training Requirements 9. Purpose. Skill level training requirements in this career field are defined in terms of tasks and knowledge requirements. This section outlines the specialty qualification requirements for each skill level in broad, general terms and establishes the mandatory requirements for entry, award and retention of each skill level. The specific task and knowledge training requirements are identified in the STS at Part II, Sections A and B of this CFETP. 10. Specialty Qualification. This information will be located in the official specialty description in AFECD. 10.1. Apprentice/Journeyman/Craftsman level Training: 10.1.1. Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of pharmaceutical chemistry; pharmaceutical calculations; pharmacology and medical ethics; pharmacy management; medical administrative procedures; quality assurance; medical supply and local procedures; documentation management. 10.1.2. Education. For entry into this specialty, successful completion of one year of high school or one unit of college algebra in mandatory. Completion of high school or college courses in anatomy, physiology, biology, chemistry, computer skills, and typing is desirable. 10.1.3. Training. For award of AFSC 4P031, completion of a basic pharmacy course is mandatory. 10.1.4. 4P051. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 4P031. Also, experience in preparing, storing, or dispensing medications. 10.1.5. 4P071. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 4P051. Also, experience performing or supervising function such as compounding, storing, or dispensing medicinal preparations. 10.1.6. 4P091. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 4P071. Also, experience managing functions such as those involved in administrative and technical pharmacy operations. 10.1.7. Other. The following are mandatory as indicated: 10.1.8. For entry into this specialty: 10.1.9. Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examination and Standard, Paragraph 3.5.1.2. (See AFECD for additional entry requirements). 10.1.10. For entry, award, and retention of these AFSCs, ability to speak distinctly without speech impediment. 10.2 Training Sources/Resources. For apprentice skill level training, the only sources of training are the J3AQR4P031 01AB and J5AB04P031 02AA courses, developed by Sheppard AFB. The source for journeyman training is the 4P051 CDC, Qualification Training Packages (QTPs), and locally developed training. The J3ACR4P071 00AB course at Sheppard AFB, QTPs, and locally developed training is the source for craftsman skill level training. 10.3. Implementation. For implementation of the AFSC requirements, see Table 1.1.

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Section D ­ Resource Constraints 11. Purpose. This section identifies known resource constraints that preclude optimal/desired training from being developed or conducted, including information such as cost and manpower. Narrative explanations of each resource constraint and an impact statement describing what effect each constraint has on training are included. Also included in this section are actions required, office of primary responsibility, and target completion dates. Resource constraints will be, as a minimum, reviewed and updated annually. 12. Apprentice Level Training. There are no resource constraints 13. Journeyman Level Training.. There are no resource constraints 14. Craftsman Level Training. There are no resource constraints. Section E ­ Transitional Training Guide. There are currently no transition training requirements. This area is reserved.

Part II Section A ­ Specialty Training Standard 1. Implementation. This STS will be used for 3 level technical training provided by AETC for Phase I class 1 June - 29 Aug 07 and Phase II class 7 Sept ­ 27 Sept 07. This STS will also be used for the 7 level Craftsman Course class 22 Jan - 2 Feb 07. 2. Purpose. As prescribed in AFI 36-2201 V5, this STS: 2.1. Lists in the column 1 (Task, Knowledge, and Technical Reference) the most common tasks, knowledge, and technical references (TR) necessary for Airman to perform duties in the 3-, 5-, and 7-skill level. Number task statements sequentially i.e., 1.1, 1.2, 2.1. Column 2 (Core Tasks) identifies, by a (5), specialty-wide training requirements. Also, identifies with a (^) those tasks requiring QTP development. 2.2. Provides certification for OJT. Column 3 is used to record completion of tasks and knowledge training requirements. Use automated training management systems to document technician qualifications, if available. Task certification must show a certification/completed date. (As a minimum, complete the following: Training complete, Trainer initials and Certifier initials when required). 2.3. Shows formal training and correspondence course requirements. Column 4 shows the proficiency to be demonstrated on the job by the graduate as a result of training on the task/knowledge and the career knowledge provided by the correspondence course. 2.4. Qualitative Requirements. Attachment 1 contains the proficiency code key used to indicate the level of training and knowledge provided by resident training and career development courses.

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2.5. Use to document task when placed in AF Form 623, Individual Training Record, and used according to AFI 36-2201. AFCFM directs the use of the 6-part Enlisted Competency and Training Folder. 2.6. A guide for development of promotion tests used in the Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS). Senior NCOs with extensive practical experience in their career fields develop Specialty Knowledge Tests (SKTs) at the USAF Occupational Measurement Squadron. The tests sample knowledge of STS subject matter areas judged by test development team members as most appropriate for promotion to higher grades. Questions are based upon study references listed in the WAPS catalog. WAPS is not applicable to the Air National Guard. 2.6. Training Standard. Train tasks to the go/no go standard of qualification. Go means the individual can perform the task without assistance and meet local demands for accuracy, timeliness, and correct use of procedures. 2.6.1. The AFCFM for pharmacy has determined that for the purpose of upgrade training in the pharmacy career field, core tasks that are not required for the individual duty position qualification need only be trained to the level that is indicated in column 4a, Phase II on the STS. 2.6.2. Circle all tasks required in an individual's current duty position on the STS. Review the entire STS to ensure supervisor has included all tasks that support the work center responsibilities, not just those tasks in a specific heading area. 2.6.3. Third party certification is required on tasks marked with (#) in Column 2. 3. Recommendations. Report unsatisfactory performance of individual course graduates to 882 TRG/TTS, 939 Missile Rd, Sheppard AFB, TX 76311-2245 or use the Customer Service Information Line, DSN 736-2385 or [email protected] Reference specific STS paragraphs. BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE OFFICIAL JAMES ROUDEBUSH Lieutenant General, USAF, MC, CFS Surgeon General

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This Block Is For Identification Purposes Only

Name Of Trainee Printed Name (Last, First, Middle Initial) Initials (Written) Printed Name Of Trainer Certifying Official And Written Initials N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I SSAN

N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I

N/I N/I

N/I N/I

QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS

Scale Value Proficiency Code Key Definition: The individual Can do simple parts of the task. Needs to be told or shown how to do most of the task. (Extremely Limited) Can do most parts of the task. Needs only help on hardest parts. (Partially Proficient) Can do all parts of the task. Needs only a spot check of completed work. (Competent) Can do the complete task quickly and accurately. Can tell or show others how to do the task. (Highly Proficient) Can name parts, tools, and simple facts about the task. (Nomenclature) Can determine step by step procedures for doing the task. (Procedures) Can identify why and when the task must be done and why each step is needed. (Operating Principles) Can predict, isolate, and resolve problems about the task. (Advanced Theory) Can identify basic facts and terms about the subject. (Facts) Can identify relationship of basic facts and state general principles about the subject. (Principles) Can analyze facts and principles and draw conclusions about the subject. (Analysis) Can evaluate conditions and make proper decisions about the subject. (Evaluation)

1 Task Performance Levels Task Knowledge Levels Subject Knowledge Levels 2 3 4 a b c d A B C D

Explanations A task knowledge scale value may be used alone or with a task performance scale value to define a level of knowledge for a specific task. (Example: b and 1b) A subject knowledge scale value is used alone to define a level of knowledge for a subject not directly related to any specific task, or for a subject common to several tasks. - This mark is used alone instead of a scale value to show that no proficiency training is provided in the course or CDC. /x This mark is used with a proficiency level in course columns to show that training is required but not given due to limitations in resources.

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NOTE 1: Users are responsible for annotating training references to identify current references pending STS revision. NOTE 2: Training references in the source summary are commercial publications or other service publications that are essential for OJT and mission accomplishment. Unit OJT section will consolidate the requirements for the unit they support and order publications through the hospital/clinic library activity. NOTE 3: Initial training in paragraph 2 of this STS is provided in the 3-day Expeditionary Medical Readiness Course. NOTE 4: Items in column 1 marked with a (*) are wartime tasks (tasks that must be taught when 3-level courses are accelerated in a wartime environment.) NOTE 5: Items in column 2 marked with a (5) or (7) are the core tasks for 4P career field. Additionally, items marked with a (#) require third-party certification. NOTE 6: Items in Column 4, QTP, marked with a (^) indicate tasks where a QTP is under development.

1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

1. USAF MEDICAL SERVICE TR: AFI 44-102; CFETP 4P0X1, PART 1, SECTION B *1.1 Function *1.2 Mission *1.3 Organization 1.4 Roles of 4P0X1 AFSC skill levels 1.4.1 National Certification (PTCB) *2. MEDICAL READINESS (Initial Medical Readiness Training directed by AFI 41-106 and AFI 44102 is provided in the Basic Medical Readiness course conducted at 882d Training Group, Sheppard AFB TX. Completed training is documented on AETC Form 156. Continuing Medical Readiness Training is the responsibility of each medical facility.) *3. OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) VULNERABILITIES OF AFSC 4P0X1 TR: AFI 10-701 4. SAFETY AND HEALTH TR: AFOSH STDs, 48-8, 48-22, 489, 91-8, 91-46, 91-68; www.aaahc.org; www.jcaho.org 4.1 OSHA standards for AFSC 4P0X1 B A A A A A A 2b B B B -

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1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

*4.2 Apply OSHA standards for AFSC 4P0X1 4.3 AFOSH requirements for hazardous material 4.4 Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) reporting 5. PHARMACEUTICAL FOUNDATIONS 5.1 PRACTICE OF STANDARDS TR: AFIs, 44-102; 44-119; 90-201; AFPAM 36-2241; Pharmacy Law Digest; Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals; www.ashp.org; www.usp797.org; www.ismp.org; www.hhs.gov/ocr/hipaa/; www.ha.osd.mil/; www.aaahc.org; www.jcaho.org *5.1.1 Professional ethics *5.1.2 Professional relations with patients and medical personnel *5.1.3 Pharmacy Law (Federal, State, AF/DoD Directives, etc.) 5.1.4 Inspections and accreditation surveys (JCAHO, HSI, AAAHC, Self Inspections, etc.) 5.1.5 Apply self inspection tools 5.2. CALCULATIONS TR: Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences; Pharmaceutical Calculations *5.2.1 Convert Units/Systems of Weights and Measurements *5.2.2 Calculate Dosage & Administration Rate *5.2.3 Perform Compounding Related Calculations

5

2b A A

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C

5 5

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1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

5.3. CHEMISTRY TR: Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences; Goodman's & Gillman's Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics *5.3.1 Concept *5.3.2 Application 5.4. NON-STERILE COMPOUNDING TR: Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals;; Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences; Pharmaceutical Calculations; The Art, Science, and Technology of Pharmaceutical Compounding; www.ashp.org; www.usp797.org; www.aaahc.org; www.jcaho.org 5.4.1 Dosage forms 5.4.2 Complete Quality control forms 5.4.3 Use Weight & Measurement Devices 5.4.4 Compound Products IAW AF Form 2381 5.4.5 Extemporaneous operations 5.4.6 Packaging compounded products 5.4.7 Repackaging products (prepacking) 5.5. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY TR: Stedman's Medical Dictionary for Health Professions and Nursing Illustrated *5.5.1 Medical terminology *5.5.2 Functions of human body system *5.5.3 Fluid and electrolyte balance A A A B B B # # A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B A A B B -

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1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

5.6. PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS TR: Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences; Goodman's & Gillman's Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics; USP Drug Information; Applied Therapeutics; AHFS Drug Information; Drug Facts & Comparison; Drug Information handbook; Pediatric Dosage handbook; Geriatric Dosage Handbook; www.micromedex.com; www.firstdatabank.com *5.6.1 Concept *5.6.2 Specific Class/Drug *5.6.3 Antidotes & overdoses *5.6.4 Drug delivery devices *5.6.5 Formularies 6. INPATIENT PHARMACY TR: AFI 44-102; CHCS Help Menu; ASHP manual for Pharmacy Technicians; Handbook of Institutional Pharmacy Practice; Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals; Pharmaceutical Calculations; Trissel's Stability of Compounded Formulations; Trissel's Handbook of injectable Drugs; King's, Guide to Parenteral Admixtures; www.ashp.org; www.usp797.org; www.jcaho.org; www.hhs.gov/ocr/hipaa/; www.aaahc.org *6.1 Perform Inpatient Menu operations (CHCS) 6.2. Sterile Products (Compounding) *6.2.1 Dosage & Delivery Systems 5 B 1b 2b 7 7 7 7 A B A A A B B B B B C B

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1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

*6.2.2 Sources of Contamination *6.2.3 Identify Compatibility and Stability *6.2.3.1 Compatibility and Stability Principles *6.2.4 Perform Aseptic Technique *6.2.4.1 Aseptic Technique Principles *6.2.5 Aseptic Environment Maintenance *6.2.6 Operate Isolation Chamber *6.2.7 Prepare IV/IVPB 6.2.8 Prepare Hyperalimentation/TPN 6.2.8.1 Hyperalimentation/TPN IV/IVPB Principles 6.3 Cytotoxic & Biological Agents 6.3.1 Compounding 6.3.2 Prepare product 6.3.3 Implement Accident Procedures 6.3.4 Handle Waste Materials 6.4 DISPENSING *6.4.1 Concepts (normal & field) 6.4.2 Responsibilities *6.4.3 Perform unit dose operations *6.4.4 Fill unit/clinic stock orders *6.4.5 Fill controlled drug orders *6.4.6 Specialty prescriptions, such as air evacuation, or self-medication 6.4.7 Investigational drugs *6.4.8 Maintain crash carts or emergency administration sets *6.4.8.1 Crash carts or emergency administration sets principles

5 5 5 5# 5 5

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2b 3b

B B B

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2c -

A 2b

2b -

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1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

*6.4.9 Inspect drug storage in patient care areas 7. OUTPATIENT PHARMACY TR: CHCS Help Menu; Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals; Pharmacy Law Digest; ASHP manual for Pharmacy Technicians; Handbook of Institutional Pharmacy Practice; www.aaahc.org; www.jcaho.org; www.hhs.gov/ocr/hipaa/; www.ashp.org; www.tricare.osd.mil/; www.pec.ha.osd.mil/ *7.1 Perform Outpatient Menu operations (CHCS) *7.2 Perform Support Menu operations (CHCS) 7.3. DISPENSING *7.3.1 Verify patient eligibility *7.3.1.1 Pharmacy benefit options *7.3.2 Document patient allergies *7.3.3 Receive prescription (hardcopy) *7.3.4 Prepare label (hardcopy) *7.3.5 Process Provider Order Entry (POE) labels *7.3.6 Fill prescriptions *7.3.7 Ensure prescription accuracy * 7.3.8 Perform clinical screening functions *7.3.9 Verify prescriptions *7.3.10 Dispense prescriptions 7.3.11. Counsel Patients

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c

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-

5

1b a

2b -

c

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2b

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2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b

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1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

8.

PHARMACY SUPPORT

TR: AFI 33-101; Equipment Manufacturers' end user documentation; Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals; Handbook of Institutional Pharmacy Practice; www.usp797.org; www.aaahc.org; www.jcaho.org 8.1. FACILITIES 8.1.1. Determine space requirements, layout, lighting and ventilation for personnel, supplies, and equipment *8.1.2 Security & Alarm Requirements 8.2. Pharmacy Automation Systems *8.2.1 Operate PharmAssist® 8.2.2 Pyxis® 8.2.3 AudioCare® 8.3. SUPPLY AND INVENTORY CONTROL ACTIVITIES TR: AFIs, 44-102; 41-120; 41-209; Drug Topics Red Book; www.pec.ha.osd.mil/; www.fda.gov/cder/orange/default.ht m; www.dmmonline.dscp.dla.mil/index. asp; www.tricare.osd.mil/dmlss; DMLSS end user documentation *8.3.1. Maintain stock levels 8.3.2. Monitor DoD pharmaceutical contract compliance *8.3.3 Pharmacy supply research (manually & via DMLSS) 8.3.4 Requisition Forms (Manually & via DMLSS) *8.3.5 Receive and store incoming supplies and equipment 7 7 5 b A A 5 b 2b b 2c A b

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2b -

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2c -

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1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

8.3.6 Product recall/suspension procedures *8.3.7 Pharmaceutical supply files and reports 8.3.8 Maintain equipment and equipment records 8.3.9 Pharmacy returns program 8.4. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES MANAGEMENT TR: AFI 44-102; CHCS Help Menu; Pharmacy Law Digest; www.aaahc.org; www.jcaho.org *8.4.1 Concepts *8.4.2 Procedures *8.4.3 Reports *8.4.4 Forms and Files *8.4.5 Inventories 8.4.6 Perform Narcotic Menu operations (CHCS) 9. PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION TR: AFIs, 37-138; 44-102, Pharmacy Law Digest; www.aaahc.org; www.jcaho.org *9.1 File Prescriptions *9.1.1 Prescription filing requirements *9.2 Maintain outpatient forms and files *9.2.1 Outpatient forms and files maintain ace requirements *9.3 Maintain inpatient forms and files *9.3 Maintain inpatient forms and files 9.4 Records staging documentation

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B B b B

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7

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A A A A A

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-

c

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2b

5 5

a a a -

-

A A A B

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1. Tasks, Knowledge And Technical References

2. Core Task A

Tng Start Date

3. Certification For OJT B

Tng Compl Date

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided E

Certifier Initials Phase I

C

Trainee Initials

D

Trainer Initials

A

3 Skill Level

B

5 skill Level

C

7 skill Level

D

QTP

Phase II

CDC CRS A

CDC CRS B

Res. CRS

9.5 Collect and report time sheet data 9.6 Compile Drug Utilization Review (DUR), Drug Utilization Evaluation (DUE) reports 9.7 Prepare workload reports, Report of Patients, etc. 9.8 Pharmacy & Therapeutics functions 9.9. Perform Reports Menu operations (CHCS) 9.10 Perform Supervisory Menu operations (CHCS) *9.11. Utilize Reference library *9.11.1 Reference library utilization 10. MANAGEMENT TR: AFIs, 37-138; 44-102; AFECD; CFETP 4P0X1, PART 1; MedMarx end user documentation 10.1 Personnel 10.1.1 Manpower Standards 10.1.2 Orientation Program 10.1.3 Schedules & workload projections 10.2 Financial 10.2.1 Budget preparation 10.2.2 Budget execution 10.3 Operational 10.3.1 Develop Operating procedures & Instructions 10.3.2 Process improvement 10.3.3. MedMarx error reporting 7 7

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B c

-

2b 2b

7 7 7

A 2b -

2b -

c B c c B

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7 5 5

-

-

-

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-

-

B B

-

B B

A

-

B

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TECHNICAL REFERENCE SOURCE SUMMARY Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, Chicago, IL: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals. American Hospital Formulary Service Drug Information. Bethesda, MD: American Society of Healthcare Pharmacists. Anatomy and Physiology Thibodeau, Gary A.. St. Louis, Mo: Times Mirror/Mosby College Publishing. ASHP Manual for Pharmacy Technicians Bethesda, MD: American Society of Healthcare Pharmacists. Applied Therapeutics, Applied Therapeutics, Inc., Vancouver, WA. Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products Gleason, Marion N., et al.. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins Co. CHCS Instructor Training Class Material. San Diego, CA: Science Application International Corporation. Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals. Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, Chicago, IL: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals. Drug Facts and Comparisons, St. Louis, MO.: Facts and Comparisons, Inc. Drug Information Handbook. Lacy, Charles, et al.. Hudson, OH: Lexi-Comp, Inc. Drug Topics Red Book Thomas Healthcare Publications, Geriatric Dosage Handbook Semla, Todd, et al.. Hudson, OH: Lexi-Comp, Inc. Handbook of Injectable Drugs, Bethesda, MD: American Society of Healthcare Pharmacists. Kings Guide to Parental Admixtures King Guide Publications, Napa, CA Pharmacy Practice Manual Normark, James Col., et al. Andrews Air Force Base, Washington, DC: Associate Chief, Biomedical Science Corps for Pharmacy. Pharmacy Certified Technician Training Manual, Michigan Pharmacists Association. Pharmacy Law Digest. St. Louis, Missouri: Facts and Comparisons. Pharmaceutical Calculations, Stoklosa, Mitchell and Ansel, Howard, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia, PA Practice Standards, ASHP. Bethesda, MD: American Society of Healthcare Pharmacists. Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences. Easton, PA: Mack Publishing Company. Stedman's Medical Dictionary for Health Professions and Nursing Illustrated, Stedman, Thomas Lathrop.. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins. Sterile Dosage Forms, Their Preparation and Clinical Application. Turco, Salvatore and King Robert E. Philadelphia, PA: Lea & Febiger. Tabor's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary, F.A. Davis, Philadelphia, PA The Art, Science, and Technology of Pharmaceutical Compounding, Allen, Loyd V., American Pharmaceutical Associations

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Trissel's Handbook of Injectable Drugs, Young, Thomas E., M.D. Blackwell Pub The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics Goodman-Gilman, Alfred. Elmsford, NY: Perfamon Press, Inc. Pediatric Dosage Handbook Taketomo, Carol, et al. Hudson, OH: Lexi-Comp, Inc. United States Pharmacopoeia Drug Information, Taunton. MA: Rand-McNally.

Section B ­ Course Objective List 4. Resident Courses. If a written copy of the course objective list is required, contact pharmacy training at DSN 736-3847 or write to 382 TRS/XYAD, 917 Missile Rd, STE 3, Sheppard AFB, TX 76311-2263. 5. Career Development Courses. CDC information can be obtained from the Air Force Institute for Advanced Distributed Learning (AFIADL) at Maxwell AFB, Gunter Annex, AL. Section C ­ Support Material. "There are currently no support material requirements, this area is reserved." Section D ­ Training Course Index 6. Purpose. This section of the CFETP identifies training courses available for the specialty and shows how courses are used by each MAJCOM in their career field training programs. 7. AIR FORCE IN-RESIDENCE COURSES. COURSE NUMBER J3AQR4P031 01AB J5AB04P031 02AA J3ACR4P071 00AB COURSE TITLE Pharmacy Apprentice Course (Phase I) Pharmacy Apprentice Course (Phase II) Pharmacy Craftsman Course DEVELOPER Sheppard AFB Sheppard AFB Sheppard AFB

8. Air Force Institute for Advanced Distributed Learning (AFIADL) Courses 9. Exportable Courses- QTPs are identified by a (^) in Column 4d. 10. Courses under Development/Revision ­ J3AQR4P031 00AB, Pharmacy Apprentice Course, 4P051, Pharmacy Journeyman Career Development Course. COURSE NUMBER CDC 4P051A CDC 4P051B COURSE TITLE Pharmacy Journeyman Pharmacy Journeyman

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Section E ­ MAJCOM Unique Requirements11. The following list of MAJCOM unique requirements is not all-inclusive. 11.1. Air National Guard Purpose: This section applies to all Pharmacy Specialty personnel assigned to all Air National Guard units. 11.1.1. Proficiency training: Upon completion of the basic pharmacy course, all Pharmacy Specialist will be evaluated by their Medical Group Commander to determine the need for proficiency training requirements. ANG 4P031's may be awarded 30-60 days to obtain proficiency training. 11.1.2. Types of proficiency training: 11.1.3. Seasoning Training-Upon completion of basic course, (Phase I and II) this training provides unit or equipment specific training not taught at formal training locations or for ANG personnel who are not pursuing a civilian medical-related occupation. ANG/DPDT has preapproved 30 days for 4P031; additional days must be approved by ANG CFFM. 11.1.4. Phase III Training- Upon completion of a single basic course or the combination of Phase I and II,(non-prior service and cross-trainees) 4P031's assigned to a unit that does not have the capability or accessibility to any facilities by which the 4P031 would acquire skill proficiency verification for 5-level upgrade may utilize this training. All Phase III Training must be approved by the ANG CFFM. 11.1.5. Proficiency training must be accomplished at an active duty treatment facility or an approved civilian facility. During Seasoning Training/Phase III, the member will be assigned to an active duty/civilian supervisor who will ensure that the appropriate experiences and supervision is provided to assist the member achieve the required proficiencies. 11.1.6. Proficiency training must be accomplished immediately following graduation from technical school (phase I & II) consecutively without interruption for weekends or holidays. (Members are only approved to utilize a single type of proficiency training after graduation from the basic course or the combined Phase I & II). 11.1.7. The ANG CFFM may approve, on a case-by-case basis, 30 additional days for seasoning training. 11.1.8. To ensure between resident and clinical training, the apprentice will forward a copy of his/her technical school certificate (AF Form 1246) to their unit of assignment. The ANG unit will then initiate upgrade action using AF Form 2096 to award the 3-skill level and enter the apprentice in the appropriate training status code (TSC) "B" or "F". 11.1.9. OPR: ANG/SGAT, 3500 Fetchet Ave., Andrews AFB, MD 20762-5157, POC: SMSGT Jerilyn Farrar, DSN: 278-8585

Section F ­ Documentation of Training

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12. Development of a Work Center Training Plan and the Enlisted Training and Competency Folder. The focus of this training guidance is to bring all training documentation back into one six-part folder. Over the years, training documentation has taken on many forms. Previous restrictions imposed by, Air Force Instruction 36-2201, allowed only certain documents to be maintained in the OJT record. Changing medical training requirements created a need for additional ways to document training outside the OJT record. The end result was that each training location created different means to document training. Often a section might have training documented in three or more locations, which made the training documentation and review process difficult to manage. Individuals involved in the training process, not to mention inspection teams, were finding it difficult to get a good overview of the training process, as they had to search through several different tracking folders to find the information they were looking for. Training documentation became very cumbersome to say the least. 13. Master Training Plan (MTP) (reference AFMAN 36-2234, AFI 36-2201 Vol 3, and AFH 362235 Vol 11) 13.1. The Master Training Plan is a reference guide developed for each section that includes all facets of training for individuals assigned. It is to be used as a reference source for the type of training and documentation pertaining to each assigned member. The MTP is used to standardize training and to provide an overview of the training process for the duty section. The MTP is also used as a means to reduce the amount of paperwork previously required during the training process 13.2. The Master Training Plan is an overview of training for the duty section. It should include all documents involved in the training process for the duty section. Training will vary from section to section and person to person, but there are certain documents that will be a standard requirement for all MTPs. They are listed below 13.2.1. Master Task List 13.2.2. Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP) 13.2.3. Locally developed AF Form 797s 13.2.4. Milestones for tasks and CDC completion (refer to AFI 36-2201, Vol 3, Chap 6) 13.2.5. Unit Specific Orientation Checklist 13.2.6. Job descriptions/performance standards 13.2.7. Qualification Training Packages (QTPs) required to perform peacetime/wartime duties 14. Documentation of Training, The Enlisted Training and Competency Folder. 14.1. Documents included in the Enlisted Training and Competency Folder. 14.2. The purpose of this section is to provide guidelines and examples of proper documentation for the many forms used in training all medical personnel (4XXXXs). Training documentation helps us to assess readiness capability, individual strengths and weaknesses, and resources needed to support quality patient care. It also helps us meet all accreditation and regulatory requirements. The Enlisted Training and Competency Folder are limited to the forms presented here and those prescribed in AFI 36-2201, Volume 3. Your unit training manager can also assist you with specific questions on training documentation.

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14.3. Documentation of Training. The Enlisted Training and Competency Folder. 14.3.1. Documents included in 4XXXX Training Records. 14.3.2. To assemble a 4XXXX training record, utilize a standard 6-part folder (NSN 7530-00990-8884, Folder, 6 Section). Attach (glue/tape/staple), in the center of the folder as viewed in portrait orientation, a computer generated or typewritten label titled, "Enlisted Training and Competency Folder" centered on the top of the label (see Figure 1). Also include the individual's name (Last, First, MI), and last four of SSAN on the bottom of the label. Attach an AFVA 205-15; "Privacy Act Statement" label centered at the bottom half of the folder. To facilitate filing the folders in a traditional filing cabinet, place an additional label with the trainee's typed last name, first name, middle initial on the top right corner of the inside back cover (back section of Part 6) as viewed in landscape orientation. Other sections of the 6-part folder are discussed in detail in the paragraphs below. Parts 2 through 5 are intended to replace the existing AF Form 623 and the documents contained therein. Training documents normally filed in the AF Form 623 will be filed in the 6-part folder under Parts 2 through 5 in the same sequence that they appear in the current AF Form 623. Index tabs/tabbed dividers may be used in parts that contain multiple documents. When multiple copies of any form are placed in the OJT record, they are placed in chronological order with the most current documentation on top. When building the new 6-part folder, the parts of the folder will contain the documents filed in the sequence, shown in Figure 1. NOTE: Only the last 4 digits of the SSN are required on the AF 623, per AFI 36-2201, V3, para 7.8.1.1.

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Below template is in accordance with USAF/SGOC AIG 9689 message dated 22 March 04. Always consult with your Unit Training Manager for most current guidance for 6-part folders.

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ENLISTED TRAINING AND COMPETENCY FOLDER Jones, William G. SRA 6789 PART 1 - AF Form 55, Safety Training (AFI 91-301 allows for placement of the AF Form 55 into the training record) PART 3 - AF Forms 1098 Section A - Mandatory training (quarterly AED, LOAC, age specific, HIPAA, in-services, READY program, etc.) Section B - Recurring QTP completion Section C - AF Form 1098 or RSV website form for RSV documentation PART 4 Section A - AF Forms 623a Section B - AETC 156 and CDC score cards, unit review field scoring sheets, other AFIADL forms (remove after upgrade) Section C - AF Form 803 (remove after upgrade or no longer applicable) PART 5 - AF Form 2096 or equivalent product showing upgrade to current skill level

PART 2 - AF Form 623b - Entire CFETP - AF Form 797

PART 6 Section A - Continuing Education documentation pertaining to certifications required by the career field Section B ­ Certificates required by the career field manager (none for 4P0X1) to include copy of BLS Section C ­ Career Field Directed Documents (none for 4P0X1)

Figure 1. Organization of the 4XXXX OJT record (4P0X1 Model). 14.4. Part 1, is the first two-pronged section, located inside the front cover. Locally required training and skills competency documentation is to be maintained in Part 1, regardless of grade or training status. 14.4.1. AF Form 55 - Employee Safety and Health Record is also maintained in Part 1, regardless of grade or training status. AFI 91-301, Air Force Occupational and Environmental Safety Fire Protection, and Health (AFOSH) Program, June 1996, authorizes supervisors to file the AF Form 55 with the AF Form 623, Individual Training Record. 14.5. Part 2, AF Form 623b and Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP): Attach the front cover (containing sections 1-4) of member's current AF Form 623b, onto Part 2 (second

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two-pronged section) of the 6-part folder. Ensure all appropriate areas of the form are properly completed before posting in Part 2. This document is formally recognized by the personnel system in contingencies and deployments as the official "cover" of the formal training record. Note: In accordance with AFI 36-2201V3 (para 6.1.5) the maintenance of AF Form 623b (individual training record) is mandatory for Airman in grades of Airman Basic through Technical Sergeant. Senior NCOs who hold a skill level commensurate with their grade and Duty Air Force Specialty Code (DASC) are considered qualified and do not require training records unless directed by the AFCFM. Effective 13 October 2004, the 4P0X1 Career Field Manager has directed that all 4P0X1 SNCOs (not in retraining status) are required to maintain a CFETP/STS or AF Form 623b. Keep in mind, SNCOs must still maintain the rest of the 6-part folder (i.e. Part I ­ AF Form 55, Part II AF Form 797 if required, Part III ­ AF Form 1098, etc.). 14.5.1. The Specialty Training Standard (STS) contained within the CFETP will be used to record training proficiency in mandatory core tasks and various tasks that are required for an individual to perform duties in a specific work area. A master task listing for the work center is maintained in the master training plan for the duty section. Circle all tasks the individual is required to perform in his/her current duty position. 14.5.2. Effective 1 October 2006, the 4P0X1 Career Field Manager has directed that all 4P0X1 SNCOs performing in/outpatient drug preparation or verification functions are required to maintain a current CFETP/STS or AF Form 623b documenting competency. All 4P0X1s are required to maintain a 6-part training folder (i.e. Part I ­ AF Form 55, Part II AF Form 797 if required, Part III ­ AF Form 1098, etc.) JOB QUALIFICATION STANDARD CONTINUATION/COMMAND JQS

CERTIFICATION START DATE COMPLETE DATE TRAINEE''S INITIALS CORE TASK TRAINER''S INITIALS KC KC TASKS, KNOWLEDGE, AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES CERTIFYING OFFICIAL'S INITIALS JAJ JAJ

Maintain investigational drug inventory Maintain authorized patient list for investigational drugs

TRAINEE NAME (Last, First, MI) Jason R. Tisdale

4/8/06 4/8/06

12/8/06 12/8/06

JRT JRT

CFETP/JQS NUMBER 4P0X1

PAGE NO

Figure 2. Sample AF Form 797 documentation. 14.6. Part 3, AF Form 1098, Special Task Certification and Recurring Training. This form is used to document qualification in tasks that require recurring, mandatory, and/or in-service training. Although not mandated, this part can contain separate indexed tabs/tabbed dividers for the documentation of different categories of training. The following subparagraphs provide examples of how Part 3 can be subdivided to document specific types of special or recurring training. Examples from AFSC 4P0X1 have been used to illustrate AF Form 1098 documentation options. 14.6.1. AF Form 1098s in Part 3, Section A, documents mandatory recurring training (see Figure 3). Examples are annual training, BLS training, patient sensitivity training, and other mandated training as stipulated by JCAHO standards, Air Force, or facility directives. Mandatory training

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requirements may vary from facility to facility. These requirements should, at a minimum, be reviewed on an annual basis and updated as required.

SPECIAL TASK CERTIFICATION AND RECURRING TRAINING

TASK OR RECURRING TRAINING AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES A BLS Training LOAC Training Patient Sensitivity Fire Safety Infection Control DATE COMPLETED B SIGNATURE OF CERTIFYING OFFICIAL C INITIALS OF TRAINEE D SCORE OR HOURS E EVALUATION OF TRAINING TYPE FREQUENCY DUE DATE H

F

G

1 Apr 00 5 Apr 00 20 Mar 01 20 |Mar 01 20 Mar 01

4 Hours 6 Hours P P P

C

Bi-enn Annual A A A

1 Apr 02 5 Apr 01 20 Mar 02 20 Mar 02 20 Mar 02

NAME OF TRAINEE (Last, First, Middle Initial) Jones, William G.

GRADE SrA

UNIT AND OFFICE SYMBOL 10 MDG/SGSAR

AF FORM 1098, APR 85 (EF) PREVIOUS EDITION WILL BE USED Figure 3. Sample mandatory, recurring training documentation (4P0X1 Model). 14.6.2. 1098s in Part 3, Section B, document Air National Guard sustainment training. Air Force Reserve sustainment training will be documented on AFRES overprint of AF Form 1098 and filed in this section. The initial completion of a QTP is documented in the CFETP. Each QTP required for the duty section will be maintained in the Master Training Plan (MTP) and will be used as a training source document. Locally developed competency packages can be utilized until QTPs are available. 14.6.3. AF Form 1098s in Part 3, Section C will be used to document in-service training (see Figure 4). NOTE: In-service training programs can be used to accumulate CE credits. Each program submitted and approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy education (ACPE) can qualify as continuing pharmacy education and used towards maintaining national pharmacy technician certification credentials. CE units are to be determined by ACPE. ACPE can be contacted at (312) 664-3575 · Fax: (312) 664-4652 · [email protected] for additional information.

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SPECIAL TASK CERTIFICATION AND RECURRING TRAINING

TASK OR RECURRING TRAINING AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES A. DATE COMPLETED B. C. SCORE OR HOURS E. CMRT Age-specifictraining 1Apr01 1May01 4 P P GRADE SrA TYPE FREQUENCY G. F. C Bi-enn A A UNITANDOFFICESYMBOL SGSAP 1Apr 02 1May 02 12June02 DUEDATE H. SIGNATURE OF CERTIFYING OFFICIAL INITIAL OF TRAINEE D. EVALUATION OF TRAINING

Anti-robberytraining 12June 01 NAMEOFTRAINEE(Last,First,MiddleInitial) Johnson, KimberlyA.

AF FORM 1098, APR 85 (EF) PREVIOUS EDITION WILL BE USED Figure 4. Sample In-Service Training Documentation (4P0X1 Model). 14.7. Part 4, AF Form 623a, OJT Training Record Continuation Sheet/Automated product. This form will be used to document all progress of individual training to include facility orientation, duty section specific orientation, upgrade/job qualification training progress/status, additional pertinent training, career development course (CDC) failures/corrective actions, skill level/task decertification procedures, and supervisor/trainer/certifier entries. Copies of these original documents must be maintained in the 6-part folder. The entire process must be well documented on this form (see Figures 5.1., 5.2., and 5.3). All individuals involved in the training process must document training progress in this section, as it occurs. Progress/status of members in upgrade training will be documented at least monthly. Both the supervisor and trainee must sign and date all entries. (Ref AFI 36-2201V3, para 7.9.) 14.7.1. Upgrade Training (5-, 7-, 9- skill levels) 14.7.2. Document the member's entry into upgrade training and periodic (minimum monthly) evaluations of training progress. 14.7.3. Information on extensions, waiver requests, or breaks in training should also be clearly documented with copies of any related correspondence. 14.7.4. Any further training pertinent to the duty section and or unit effectiveness can also be documented on the AF Form 623a (i.e., Job Qualification). 14.7.5. Document any decertification proceedings to include dates, reasons for decertification and other applicable information on the AF Form 623a. 14.7.6. Once an individual completes upgrade training commensurate to his/her rank and maintains an appropriate skill level, his/her supervisor should continue to review requirements, progress, and individual training needs. OJT record reviews should, at a minimum, coincides with member's performance feedback to ensure documentation currency and appropriateness.

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ON-THE-JOB TRAINING RECORD CONTINUATION SHEET 14 Feb 2005 SrA Jones has been assigned to the Pharmacy section on this date. SSgt Smith has been assigned as trainer for SrA Jones. SSgt Smith will orient SrA Jones to the unit using the Pharmacy orientation checklist located in the Master Training Plan dated 22 March 05. An initial interview was accomplished on this date. SrA Jones completed his hospital orientation and is looking forward to the flight orientation. He expressed his concern about meeting previously scheduled appointments while attending the flight orientation. I informed SrA Jones that time to attend his appointments would be scheduled as needed. SrA Jones stated that his goals during the orientation process were to learn as much as possible and to question the trainers when he was not clear as to the training provided. SrA Jones seems to be very enthusiastic about working in Diagnostic Imaging and has expressed his desire to take on any challenges that the trainers have to offer. SrA Jones SSgt Smith Pharmacy

27 Feb 2005 A mid-orientation progress check was accomplished on this date. SrA Jones has progressed throughout the Pharmacy orientation checklist dated 17 Mar 01, with little to no difficulty. He completed his review of the flight specific OIs and has begun required reading of applicable hospital OIs. SrA Jones will complete the remainder of his orientation on night shift beginning 28 Feb 02. SrA Jones SSgt Smith Pharmacy

12 Mar 2005 SrA Jones has completed all training on the Pharmacy Orientation Checklist dated 17 Mar 01. A review of the checklist with SrA Jones indicates that he was knowledgeable of all items discussed. SrA Jones stated that he feels comfortable with the training provided and believes that he is ready to be released from orientation. I recommend SrA Jones be released from orientation on this date. SrA Jones SSgt Smith Pharmacy Concur

Concur

MSgt I. B. Finish Capt U. R. Done NCOIC, Pharmacy OIC, Pharmacy LAST NAME FIRST NAME MIDDLE INITIAL AF FORM 623a MAR 79 PREVIOUS EDITION WILL BE USED Figure 5.1. Sample Orientation Briefing (4P0X1 Model).

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ON-THE-JOB TRAINING RECORD CONTINUATION SHEET INITIAL BRIEFING (Trainee Orientation) ______________________________ has been briefed on the On-The-Job Training (OJT) Program and how he/she fits into the program while in upgrade training (UGT). Upgrade training was explained as a dual-channel process designed to qualify an Airman for skill level upgrade. Dual-channel OJT is a systematic reportable application of self-study and the craftsman/apprentice principle. Trainees acquire job qualification while performing on the job under supervision. This combination, knowledge and job position qualification constitutes the dual-channel concept. Requirements from AFI 36-2101, AFI 36-2201 and AFECD, were covered. AF Forms 623, 623a, 797, 2096, and the CFETP, STS/JQS or automated JQS, which serves to make up the individual training record, was explained. Responsibilities of the commander, base training, unit education and training manager (ETM), immediate supervisor, trainer, and trainee were discussed. The career development course (CDC) was briefly discussed and will be explained in detail when the CDC arrives, if applicable. Requirements for upgrade in your AFSC ____________ are: (1) Satisfactory completion of CDC ___________; (2) Supervisor certify job qualifications with adequate hands on training; (3) Meet typing proficiency of ______ WPM per AFECD, if applicable; (4) Completion of 7-level school, if applicable and; (5) Supervisor recommendation for upgrade. Each Airman in grades E1 through E6 (and SNCOs in retraining status) has an AF Form 623 that must contain a CFETP or JQS. The CFETP or JQS may contain 150 or more separate tasks but it should be annotated to show only those tasks the Airman is required to perform in his/her current duty position, all AFECD mandatory requirements for upgrade, and core task requirements. In the JQS there is a space for both the supervisor and the trainee to initial to certify training is complete. In the CFETP, the trainer, trainee, and certifier have a space to initial when training is completed. After upgrade the CFETP or JQS will continue to be used to document further qualification training. ___________________________ SUPERVISOR'S SIGNATURE LAST NAME FIRST NAME _____________________________ ________ TRAINEE'S SIGNATURE DATE MIDDLE INITIAL

AF FORM 623a MAR 79 PREVIOUS EDITION WILL BE USED Figure 5.2. Sample Initial Upgrade Training Briefing.

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ON-THE-JOB TRAINING RECORD CONTINUATION SHEET TRAINEE'S RESPONSIBILITIES DURING UPGRADE TRAINING (UGT) 1. Read and understand your Air Force Specialty (AFS) description, training requirements, objectives, and training record (AF Form 623). 2. Budget time (on and off-duty) for timely completion of CDCs and keep all CDC materials for future reference and study. 3. Attain and maintain qualification in your assigned AFS. 4. After CDC briefing trainee will do the following: (Read and initial) ______ a. Read "Your Key to a Successful Course." ______ b. Make all required course corrections and return entire package to your supervisor. ______ c. When you are issued your first volume you will read and study the volume, chapter, and answer chapter review exercise (CRE) and the volume review exercise (VRE) or the self-test questions and the unit review exercises (URE). Questions are to be answered in the space provided when possible. Highlight/reference where answers are found in the most effective manner determined by the supervisor. ______ d. Supervisor will check CRE and self-test questions for accuracy and completeness. You will correct all incorrect responses. ______ e. Supervisor issues the AFIADL Form 34 (Field Scoring Sheet) for you to transcribe your answers from the URE/VRE. The URE/VREs are teaching devices and must be administered as open book exercises. All scores less than 100 percent require review training. ______ F. Minimum acceptable training consists of correcting incorrect responses, reading the appropriate area, from which the question was taken, and a verbal question and answer session. ______ g. Your next volume will be issued by your supervisor. You must work it in the same manner as above for the entire course. ______ h. Upon completion of your last volume, you and your supervisor will immediately start a comprehensive review of the entire CDC to prepare for your course examination. 5. Review and discuss training requirements with your supervisor regularly. Provide input on your training and ask questions. 6. Upon satisfactory completion of your career knowledge training, position qualification, and mandatory requirements listed in AFECD, your supervisor will initiate upgrade action on you. ___________________________ SUPERVISOR'S SIGNATURE LAST NAME FIRST NAME _____________________________ ________ TRAINEE'S SIGNATURE DATE MIDDLE INITIAL

AF FORM 623a MAR 79 PREVIOUS EDITION WILL BE USED Figure 5.3. Sample Upgrade Documentation (4P0X1 Model).

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14.7.7. The Job Description/Performance Standards for each duty position should be maintained in a Master Training Plan (MTP) within individual duty sections. An AF Form 623a reflecting the member's job description/performance expectation (standard) will be maintained in Part 4 of the OJT record. Note: An AF Form 623a overprint/automated product may be used to document both supervisor and subordinate reviews (see Figure 6). The following statements will be annotated and jointly reviewed by the supervisor/subordinate: 14.7.8. "I know where to find a current copy of my Job Description/Performance Standards." 14.7.9. "I have read, discussed with my supervisor, and understand my Job Description/Expectations (Performance Standards)." 14.7.10. "I understand the duties and responsibilities for the position that I am currently working in." 14.7.11. "If I have questions or concerns about my Job Description/Expectations (Performance Standards), I will seek assistance from supervisory personnel in my chain of command." 14.7.12. "It is my responsibility to review my Job Description/Expectations (Performance Standards) with my supervisor during each feedback session and with each change in supervisor/duty position." 14.7.13. A signature and date block for both supervisor and subordinate will reflect mutual understanding of above statements. Recommend several signature and date spaces for continual review process when overprint/automated products are used. ON-THE-JOB TRAINING RECORD CONTINUATION SHEET

23 July 2005 - I KNOW WHERE TO FIND A CURRENT COPY OF MY JOB DESCRIPTION AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS. - I HAVE READ, DISCUSSED WITH MY SUPERVISOR, AND UNDERSTAND MY JOB DESCRIPTION/PERFORMANCE STANDARDS. - I UNDERSTAND THE DUTIES AND REWSPONSIBILITIES FOR THE POSITION THAT I AM CURRENTLY WORKING IN. - IF I HAVE QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS ABOUT MY JOB DESCRIPTION AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS I WILL SEEK ASSISTANCE FROM SUPERVISORY PERSONNEL IN MY CHAIN OF COMMAND. - IT IS MY RESPONSIBILITY TO REVIEW MY JOB DESCRIPTION/PERFORMANCE STANDARDS WITH MY SUPERVISOR DURING EACH FEEDBACK SESSION AND WITH EACH CHANGE IN SUPERVISOR/DUTY POSITION.

William Jones, SrA Pharmacy

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23 July 05 SrA Jones has completed his review of his Job Description/Performance Standards on this date. I am confident that he is thoroughly familiar with standards and expectations. At this time SrA Jones has no questions or concerns.

John Smith, TSgt, USAF OJT Trainer Pharmacy TRAINEE NAME

Figure 6. Sample job description/performance standards review (4P0X1 Model). 14.8. Part 5, AF Form 2096, Classification On-The-Job Training Action. This form will be used to document official training actions [e.g., award of skill level, training status changes, decertification's, and award of special experience identifiers (SEIs)]. NOTE: A PCIII automated document may be substituted for AF Form 2096. 14.9. Part 6, Continuing Education. This part will contain the National Certification/Registration and Continuing Education Reports as applicable to the member's AFSC/current duty position. The form must contain documentation of the individual's current certification card number and expiration date. Supervisors and individuals should continually monitor CEU status for AFSCs requiring specialty certification to ensure no lapses in certification occur. 14.9.1. Maintenance of certificates of training completion is an individual responsibility and members are encouraged to retain all certificates as verification of formal training. Originals or photocopies should be provided to the supervisor. Certificates of training may be maintained in Part 6 of the OJT record. Certificates of training consist of, but are not limited to: TQM training, computer training, CE, etc. 14.9.2. Continuing Education (CE) credit hours may be documented on the CE Accumulation form located in Part 6 of the OJT record. (See Figure 7) 14.10. Supplemental AFSC-specific documentation instructions. Each Career Field Manager is authorized and encouraged to supplement or revise the general guidance contained in Section F of the CFETP to ensure the documents filed in the 6-part folder accurately reflect the needs of their AFSC/Medical specialties. 15. Section F is a mandatory element of the Training Record; however, to prevent "excessive" copying, individual copies of Section F will not be required (optional) for filing in Part 6. This does not negate the responsibility to review and comply with Section F by both the supervisor and the trainee. This section will be filed (mandatory) in the MTP, Part 6. Copies of forms from Section F can be made and will be filed into Part 6.

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PHARMACY CONTINUING EDUCATION

CERTIFICATION OF CONTINUING PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION PARTICIPATION IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 2002 COMBINED FORCES CONTINUING EDUCATION PHARMACY SEMINAR ACPE PROGRAM NUMBER 015-999-99-501-L0 015-999-99-502-L0 015-999-99-503-L0 015-999-99-504-L0 015-999-99-505-L0 015-999-99-506-L0 015-999-99-507-L0 015-999-99-508-L0 015-999-99-509-L0 TITLE The Health System of the Future MedMarx ­ Medication Error Prevention Bioterrorism: Update on Anthrax and Smallpox The Pharmaceutical Treatment of Epilepsy The Controlled Substance Act JCAHO/HSI Panel Update in Cardiac Therapy Tech-Centered Diabetes Management DoD Pharmacy Transaction Data Warehouse DATE 10/21/02 10/21/02 10/22/02 10/22/02 10/22/02 10/23/02 10/23/02 10/23/02 10/24/02 CREDIT 1.5 1 1.5 1 1 1 1 1 1

Figure 7. SAMPLE, National Certification Documentation.

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Figure 8. AF Form 797 Pharmacy Command JQS Duties.

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