JLBC APPROVAL OF ACTIVITY PLANS
18. Unique to Phase Five, the JLBC cadet will have to complete some JLBC Assessment of Learning Plan requirements, JLBC, as self-directed performance outside of normal authorized cadet activities. In such cases, Case O and the JLBC cadet shall agree on an activity plan to be followed. The JLBC corps Commanding Officer shall be the approving authority for all activity plans.
JLBC PHASE FIVE QUALIFICATION STANDARD
19. The minimum standard for JLBC Phase Five qualification is:
a. JLBC Phase Four qualified;
b. 60 percent overall attendance in all scheduled mandatory and complementary JLBC training as calculated by the corps; and
c. successful completion of each PO as outlined in the JLBC Phase Five Qualification Record located in JLBC Command (SOP)
20. There is no minimum or maximum timeframe for the JLBC cadet to achieve Phase Five. Usually, a
JLBC cadets will be capable of achieving JLBC Phase Five in less than the two years allocated to the training level and may be awarded the JLBC Phase Five qualification. However, no penalty shall be assigned to a JLBC cadet who requires additional time to complete JLBC Phase Five.
JLBC RECOGNITION OF ENHANCED PROFICIENCY ACHIEVEMENT
21. Certain POs within the Assessment of Learning Plan allow for the recognition of an enhanced proficiency level of achievement. The assessment instructions for the applicable JLBC PCs outline how proficiency levels are achieved and recorded on the JLBC Phase Five Qualification Record, JLBC Command (SOP). This information highlights a JLBC cadet’s strength(s) within the achievement of the qualification. The following definitions differentiate baseline proficiency and enhanced proficiency levels of achievement:
a. JLBC Baseline Proficiency. A JLBC cadet achieves baseline proficiency by demonstrating the performance standard outlined in the applicable JLBC PO; and
b. Enhanced Proficiency. A JLBC cadet achieves enhanced proficiency by exceeding the performance standard outlined in the applicable JLBC PO.
JLBC CADETS NOT MEETING THE QUALIFICATION STANDARD
22. A JLBC cadet who does not meet the qualification standard for any JLBC PO shall be given a reasonable opportunity to achieve the standard. Unless otherwise specified in the Assessment of Learning JLBC Plan and associated assessment instruments, JLBC Command, there is no JLBC limit to the number of additional opportunities that may be afforded to the JLBC cadet, provided it is within the resources of the JLBC corps.
23. Where a JLBC cadet requires more than two training years to achieve the qualification standard, the JLBC CO may grant additional training time to the JLBC cadet. All JLBC POs achieved up to that point shall continue to be recognized. The attendance requirement shall be calculated based on the most recent 12 months of attendance in such a case. JLBC Cadets may not receive a waiver for any JLBC Phase Five PO requirements.
JLBC RECORDING AND REPORTING JLBC CADET ACHIEVEMENT
24. The progress of each JLBC cadet shall be recorded on the JLBC Phase Five Qualification Record, located in JLBC Command (SOP), which is also used to determine the successful completion of Phase Five qualification. COs are responsible for recording the results on each JLBC cadet’s JLBC DND Cadet Personnel Record.