LaDRs are fleet-focused products that provide guidance to Sailors along a learning and development continuum specific to each rating.
Sailors new to the Navy will find that LaDRs provide a solid technical and analytical foundation that help support tactical and operational competencies.
For a supervisor, LaDRs provide a navigable, rate-specific guide to assist in the effective mentorship of Sailors.
All rating-specific LaDRs were developed by subject matter experts at the NETC learning centers and include input from the enlisted community managers at the Bureau of Naval Personnel and have been validated by the fleet.
Sailors new to the Navy and early in their careers will find that LaDRs provide a solid technical and analytical foundation that will support tactical and operational competencies.
Sailors using LaDRs can properly chart out Navy-valued professional career goals.
Additional information about LaDRs is detailed in NAVADMIN 258/10, available through the Naval Personnel Command Web site at www.
Chiefs, Senior Chiefs and Master Chiefs, in addition to your specific rating roadmaps please feel free to review the LaDRs for Command Senior Chief, Chief of the Boat, and Command Master Chief.
Rating representatives assigned to the different Navy centers, such as the CSS, are required to review the LaDRs annually, but can update as required if something changes within the year.
CSS welcomes feedback on the LaDRs; such feedback should be sent via the Sailor's chain of command and the Enlisted Learning and Development Strategy page found on Navy Knowledge Oniline (NKO), the same page where the LaDRs are available for download.
The review requirement for the LaDRs is annually, but if necessary, the training managers can update as required if something changes within the year.
LaDRs also highlight a wide variety of education opportunities, including tuition assistance, Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE), rating-relevant degrees, and scholarship programs, as well as certification and licenses supported through the Navy Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) and United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP).