Sergeant’s Deferred Service Skills Upgraded Simultaneously

Editor’s Note According to the new soldier system, the service years of middle and senior non-commissioned officers can be appropriately extended, the “4+X” flexible service is implemented, and there are opportunities for promotion every year. This is a major reform measure to stably retain mature backbones to the maximum extent and make good use of the “golden period” of the profession. It provides more development space for middle and senior sergeants who love their jobs and work hard. How to do a good job in the “next article” of the senior sergeants after deferred service and give full play to their backbone role is a new topic before all levels. The practice of a certain brigade of the Rocket Army is worth learning from.

Our reporter Zou Fei and correspondent Jiang Kunlong reported: Liu Ming was overjoyed to see his name appear on the list of the senior sergeant’s pre-selection talent pool of the entire brigade. One step closer to becoming a senior sergeant. In fact, just over half a year ago, this repair professional “big taker” was still struggling with the problem of personal leaving. “Thanks to the good policy of extending the service life of middle and senior sergeants!” Liu Ming said that the special decoration and management major he is engaged in has a relatively long growth cycle for talents, and there are few promotion places and high thresholds. Many high-quality comrades in the past can only Sorry to retire.

After the implementation of regulations and documents such as the “Interim Regulations for Sergeants” and “Interim Regulations on the Management of Sergeants’ Career Development”, the party committee of the brigade, in combination with the actual transformation of the combat effectiveness of the army, included the deferred service sergeants into the “big plate” of grass-roots talent training, and implemented the “deferred service sergeant education project”. , so that more outstanding sergeants can be retained and used well.

Last year, nearly 30 non-commissioned officers from the brigade who had reached their maximum years of service submitted applications for extension of service. After grassroots recommendation, institutional investigation, qualification review, assessment and selection, and party committee approval, 7 people successfully stayed in the team, including Liu Ming. “The length of service is extended, and the skills must be upgraded simultaneously.”

On the day Zhang Bang was announced, the brigade assigned a senior sergeant to Liu Ming as a master. It turned out that the party committee of the brigade made plans for the next development of this part of the sergeant in advance, and issued “one-to-one mentoring and apprentice pairing, regular tracking and training of the brigade, practice training in the studio of senior sergeants, training for management positions, and periodic quantitative evaluation.” ” and other five measures, with only one purpose: to improve the ability and quality of deferred service sergeants and make them play a greater role.

Talking about his master, Second Sergeant Major Xu Zhicai, missile operator Liu Lin has always been grateful. After Liu Lin’s deferred service, Xu Zhicai formulated a target-based training plan for him based on his personal characteristics. The plan not only includes the professional ability improvement plan, but also the ideas of leading troops, management methods and so on. Under the guidance of Xu Zhicai, Liu Lin has made significant progress. Not long ago, he was recommended by the camp as a “seed backbone” to participate in the training of new equipment for superiors.

Another deferred service sergeant, Yu Daoli, has grown up in the fertile soil of grassroots innovation. In the brigade, several senior sergeant studios have exceptionally opened their doors to deferred service intermediate sergeants. After joining the studio, Yu Daoli participated in a number of research projects, and in just a few months, he has achieved results such as “the operation process of reducing personnel under the extreme conditions of a certain type of equipment”.

In order to prevent the sergeants from standing still and lack of motivation after the extension of service, the brigade specially established a quantitative evaluation system, which not only tests their overall level, but also the degree of progress. Each aspect has corresponding reward and punishment rules. Shi Lang, an officer of the Human Resources Section of the brigade, told reporters that in the just-concluded phased assessment, the deferred service sergeants all achieved excellent results and basically possessed the ability to be independent.

It is necessary not only to become talented, but also to promote the growth of comrades-in-arms. Today, the brigade’s deferred service sergeants are starting to have their own apprentices. Ma Bo, the squad leader of the communications battalion, regularly holds business training courses. After joining the 6 junior sergeants, they successfully passed the intermediate professional qualification certification; the missile leader Xiang Tao is good at organizing simulation training. …As the “talent snowball” gets bigger and bigger, the ability and quality structure of the backbone of the brigade’s soldiers will become more scientific and reasonable.

The perfect training and use mechanism has made the deferred service sergeants taste the sweetness, and it has also given more hope to the sergeants who are about to end their service period. An Jianjun, a college student soldier and second-rank sergeant, is facing retirement this year. Previously, he had been hesitant to apply for deferred service. Now, seeing that his comrades-in-arms fully enjoy the policy dividends and have a broader development prospect, he has strengthened his determination to continue to stay in the team and make contributions to the barracks, and reported his thoughts to the organization. According to preliminary investigations, there are more than 40 sergeants in the brigade who are currently planning to apply for deferred service.