Program Visitor (RBS) Formerly Marine Dealer Visitor
Ref: Marine Dealer Visitor Manual (Ml6796.3 Series) (ANSC
Marine Dealer Certificate (CG 5234) (ANSC 6022)
Marine Dealer Visitation Program (CGAUX-43) (ANSC 7046)
Auxiliary Web Site (http://www.cgaux.org).
a. Exercise staff responsibility and supervision over all
matters pertaining to the flotilla's Marine Visitor Program,
and keep flotilla members informed of all developments in
b. Unless otherwise directed, you are to schedule qualified
Auxiliarists to perform specific activities in your area of
responsibility. The schedule must include a specific time
and place for the activity.
c. Maintain close liaison with the Division Marine Visitor
Officer (SO-MV) in order to implement the Marine Dealer Visitor
program established for nation-wide, district-wide or division
d. Coordinate and cooperate with the Flotilla Member Training
Staff Officer (FSO-MT) to encourage and increase the number
of qualified marine dealer visitors.
e. Maintain a close contact with flotilla marine dealer visitors
to encourage increased activity and maintenance of uniformly
f. Maintain current records of dealer visits, decal distribution,
and for such other purposes as may be required to effectively
discharge your responsibilities.
SUGGESTED ADDITIONAL MARINE VISITOR STAFF OFFICER DUTIES
a. Co-chair, with the FSO-MT, any required workshops for
marine dealer visitors, utilizing nationally approved guides.
Establish a follow-up system to ensure that all dealer visitors
attend the seminar, offering make-up seminars when necessary.
b. Do the utmost to ensure the quality and integrity of all
c. Encourage continued qualification of new marine dealer
visitors by assisting the FSO-MT in organizing and supervising
periodic training sessions and workshops.
d. Maintain current records of marine dealer visits.
e. Ensure that all forms relating to marine dealer visits
are correctly completed and promptly forwarded.
f. Maintain close liaison with the Division Marine Visitor
Staff Officer (SO-MV) to ensure prompt and direct exchange
of information vital to the conduct of the marine dealer visitor
program. File any reports on marine dealer visits that may
be required, on a regular basis.
g. Report monthly to the Flotilla Vice Commander about the
progress and activities involved in carrying out assigned
duties and on the status of the marine dealer visits.
h. In cooperation with the Flotilla Information Systems Staff
Officer (FSO-IS), establish a follow-up system to ensure that
no examiner loses qualification from failure to perform the
required 5 examinations each year.
i. Maintain a follow-up program on dealer visits to ensure
that no visitor loses qualification from a failure to perform
the required 4 marine dealer visits each year.
j. Issue Marine Dealer decals to flotilla visitors and maintain
accountability of all decals provided for the flotilla's use.
a. Oversee and coordinate the Flotilla Marine Dealer Visitation
Program, assisting visitors to schedule visits without duplication,
assigning areas to ensure that all dealers are covered and
providing visitors with decals. Cooperate with the SO-MV and
report all visits in the monthly VE reports.
b. In connection with the Marine Dealer Visitation Program,
ensure that all marine dealers in the flotilla's area of responsibility
have, as a minimum, an updated schedule of all PE courses
and VSC stations with contact phone numbers. Ideally, the
dealers would be furnished this information in the form of
handouts for distribution to customers.