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Preparing Family Readiness Command Team members
The Unit, Family, and Personal Readiness Program (UFPRP) Training covers unit requirements, outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Family Readiness Command Team members, and provides information about funding, available resources, and successful implementation of the UFPRP.
The required Family Readiness Command Team Training is available as part of the Executive Brief given to Commanding Officer’s within 60 days of assuming command and includes the unit XO, SgtMaj/SEA, Single Marine and Sailor Representative, the URC, the DRC (when applicable), Chaplain, and all appointed volunteers (optional). An Executive Brief Agreement Form is required at MCB Hawaii to effectively facilitate a successful brief. Family Readiness Command Team members (XO, SgtMaj/SEA, SMSPR, URC, DRC) that join the command after the Executive Brief must complete the one-hour Family Readiness Command Team Training Overview. FRCTT topics include an overview of the UPFRP, details of the roles of each member of the FRCT, CG inspection requirements and guidance, communication and deployment requirements, funding allocation details, and a discussion of suggested implementations of the UFPRP.
Family Readiness Coordinator Training familiarizes the designated URC or newly hired DRC with their role, responsibility, available resources, administration, communication, CG inspection requirements, and operating components within the Unit, Personal, and Family Readiness Program. This is a required training for all designated URCs and Assistant URCs and newly hired DRCs (MCO 1754.9B) and fulfills the additional requirement of the Family Readiness Command Team Training Overview within the course.
This training guides Family Readiness Command Team Advisors (CTA), Family Readiness Assistants (FRA) in their roles and responsibilities within the Unit, Family, and Personal Readiness Program. Those in attendance will discuss confidentiality, communication, resources, and mentorship in an open format. This is a required training for command-appointed volunteers and includes the required PII & OPSEC training (MCO 1754.9B).
MCCS | Unit, Family, and Personal Readiness Program Training
Marine Corps Base
Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii 96863
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