CNATRAINST 1550.6E CH-1
23 February 2005
207. Course Curriculum Coordinators (CCCs).
The CCC is a USN
or USMC flight instructor or GS-12 Training Specialist assigned
to the TRAWING Staff, nominated by the CCMM and designated by
CNATRA. The CCC is responsible for the administrative details
of this instruction for their phase of training. See Appendix A
for CCC assignments. CCCs remain attached to the CCMM and are
responsible for the following:
a. Coordinating with the SMs, CMs, and the CNATRA PTO on
all issues within the phase.
b. Coordinating and submitting revisions and changes to
the CNATRAINST 1542s, ATFs, FTIs, FSLGs, ATIs, IGs, CAI, and the
test database in the TMS or TIMS test editor.
c. Hosting phase or stage curriculum conferences as called
by CNATRA in conjunction with the PTO.
208. Stage/Course Managers (SM/CM). This article sets forth
policy concerning the definition, responsibilities, and
assignments of SMs and CMs. CNATRA flight training is divided
into 12 fundamental flight "phases": Primary, Intermediate
Tiltrotor, Intermediate E-2/C-2, Advanced E-2/C-2, Advanced
Multi-Engine, Advanced Rotary, Advanced Tiltrotor, Advanced (TS)
Strike, Primary NFO/CSO, Intermediate NFO/CSO, Advanced NFO/CSO,
and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Operator Training. Each phase
is further divided into "stages" which can be grouped in some
cases into "categories."
(1) A Stage Manager (SM) is a USN, USMC or USCG flight
instructor assigned to a particular squadron or TRAWING,
nominated by the TRAWING commander, and designated by CNATRA. A
SM has certain responsibilities for their assigned stage(s) with
the NATRACOM. The SM will also serve as the CNATRA Subject
Matter Expert (SME) for their stage(s)/area(s).
Because CNATRA recognizes the stage manager as the
principal expert for that stage, flight
instructors who are designated an SM will not
require an annual standardization check in the
stage for which they serve as a manager, provided
they maintain other qualification requirements
outlined in paragraph 102 of reference (c).