The Yeoman Class "A" School is a self-paced course delivered in the Integrated
Learning Environment (ILE).
The course is computer-aided instruction followed by practical work
sessions. The practical work sessions approximate an "on-the-job" environment
as closely as possible.
The trainee receives training on the following subjects:
general keyboarding; customer service and office procedures; Navy publications
and technical manuals; introduction to computer literacy and
application of various computer programs; proofreading, and mailing of Naval
correspondence, filing of Naval correspondence and directives; preparation of
Naval messages; computation of annual leave; computation of leave, proceed,
and travel time on permanent change of station orders; preparation
of NSIPS transactions including Personnel Maintenance, Legal -
Unauthorized Absence, Dependency Data, Activity Gains and Losses;
familiarization with Pay Entitlement; familiarization with the Officer
Distribution Control Report; preparation of the OPNAV
5510/413, NAVPERS 1070/602, SGLV-8286, DD 1172, DD 1351-2; familiarization
with DONCAF/Personnel Security Procedures; familiarization with the former
Officer Field Service Record; Privacy Act and Freedom of Information Act.