Introduction to Skill Cards - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)


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Introduction to Skill Cards
The FM outlines our core skills, policies and guides to ensure every member stands ready for the mission ahead.



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FM/BG-214 - What is a Skill Card
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A Skill Card compiles relevant information for specific combat areas from the UNITAF Force Manual and plays a crucial role in the peer-to-peer training system. It facilitates evaluations among members, highlighting individual strengths and weaknesses. This feedback enables members to see exactly where they currently excel and where they may need improvement providing a clear focus for training development. The card includes essential Guide, Policy, and Skill information and assigns skills to a starting Tier level, indicating the stage at which these skills should be mastered and integrating them seamlessly into the Tier Progression system.

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FM/BG-408 - Getting ratings on your skill card
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To enhance your Skill Card ratings in UNITAF you should actively seek evaluations from more experienced members.

  1. Identify: Look for high-tiered individuals who have a solid grasp of the skills you're working to improve.
  2. Request: Politely ask these members to monitor your performance during operations and practices, specifying the skills you'd like to be evaluated on.
  3. Participate: Engage in exercises and operations as frequently as possible. The more you're involved, the more opportunities experienced members will have to evaluate your abilities.

This proactive strategy ensures that your evaluations are based on comprehensive observations across multiple scenarios, providing a clearer and more accurate reflection of your skill levels. Over time, this approach to gathering feedback will help you pinpoint areas for improvement, aiding in your overall development and progression in UNITAF.

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FM/BG-409 - Rating other skill cards
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Rating other's Skill Cards in UNITAF is an integral part of the peer-to-peer training system, fostering a culture of continuous feedback and development, you can only rate skill cards if you have been appointed to the Training Team of the skill cards combat area.

  1. Understand: Familiarise yourself with the skill definitions and proficiency level criteria outlined in the Skill Cards. This ensures your evaluations are grounded in the established framework.
  2. Observe: When evaluating peers, consider their performance over a range of recent operations and practices. Look for consistency and adaptability in their skills across different scenarios. Ensure your ratings are objective, based on observed performance rather than personal relationships. Fair evaluations help maintain the integrity of the training system.
  3. Feedback: Aim to offer feedback where you can that is constructive and actionable. Highlight strengths while also suggesting areas for improvement, helping your peers understand how they can develop their skills further.

After making an assessment, update the Skill Card in a timely manner. This keeps records up-to-date and allows for immediate reflection and action on the feedback. By actively participating in the rating process, you contribute to the growth of your peers and the overall effectiveness of UNITAF's training ecosystem.

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