Figure 1-5. - PRCP Skills Update Record.
the management tool used to determine the readiness of the unit and identify skill deficiencies in which the troops must be trained. It is used with the requirements established by the Commander, Second Naval Construction Brigade (COMSECONDNCB), and Commander, Third Naval Construction Brigade (COMTHIRDNCB), which are issued in their joint instruction COMSECOND/COMTHIRDNCBINST 1500.1 (series). This instruction identifies and defines the skills required to meet peacetime and contingency operations and specifies the required number of personnel that must be trained in each skill.
NOTE: A "skill" is a specific art or trade. For PRCP purposes, skills are described as either a "manipulative" or "knowledge" skill.
Skills required by the PRCP have been classified into five major categories as follows:
1. Individual General Skills (PRCP 040-090). These are essentially nonmanipulative skills (knowledge) related to two or more ratings, such as material liaison office operation (PRCP 040), instructing (PRCP 080), and safety (PRCP 090).
2. Individual Rating Skills (PRCP 100-760). These are primarily manipulative skills associated with one of the seven Seabee ratings. Some examples areas follows: pipe welding (PRCP 612), for the Steelworker rating; cable splicing (PRCP 237), for the Construction Electrician rating; and shore-based boiler operation (PRCP 720), for the Utilitiesman rating. 800-830).
3. Individual Special Skills (PRCP These are technical skills performed by personnel in several ratings, including personnel that are not Occupational Field 13 (Seabees). Examples are as follows: forklift operation (PRCP 800), ham radio operation (PRCP 804), and typing (PRCP 803).
4. Military Skills (PRCP 901-981). Military skills are divided into three subcategories: mobilization, disaster recovery, and Seabee combat readiness.Continue Reading