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Your job as Staff of ACPTR

Hello Staff of ACPTR!

This is just a refreshment of what we, the Staff of ACPTR, are here for and a “brief” intro for the new Staff. Also some other things we need to do in order to give the new Troops of ACP a great experience.

 Your job

Your job as Staff of ACPTR is to teach troops how ACP works and give them the knowledge they need to succeed in ACP. I am sure we got that one down, with us paying attention to the troops who want to learn more in class they start to learn more on what their job is and how everything works in ACP. So everything is good but we need to remember that us, the Staff of ACPTR, are part of a system that gets troops ready to really make a difference in ACP.

ACPRF and ACPTR

The ACPRF recruit the troops and ACPTR teaches the troops how ACP works and what they need to know. We work as a team and never work separate because we need both. Without ACPRF there is no troops and Without ACPTR the troops will have no idea what to do. We work as a team to build up what’s going to be the future of ACP.

Helping Troops fit in

Now that we talked about teamwork and what your job as Staff you are probably saying, “Yes I know this already”, which is good that you know what you’re supposed to do, but there is one thing most Staff forget to do which is one of the most important jobs besides teaching the Troops, “Welcome the Troops and help them fit in”. When a new Troop goes on ACP chat what do they get? They are welcomed, but after that welcome what do they do? do they try to talk to anyone? Do they try to make friends? Its hard being the new one and not fitting in. I am sure most Soldiers of ACP really did not fit in at first. I know I never had a friend at that time when I first joined ACP, I wasn’t really welcomed either. We were all there at one time, kind of when a person first goes to School.

Our other job other than teaching Troops

We, the ACPTR Staff, are “responsible” to welcome the troops on ACP chat and answer “any” question they give us. We need to give the new Troops a good welcome and introduce them to the other Soldiers of ACP. We need to make it comfortable for the new Troops on chat, they don’t know everyone. We need to introduce them to others and help them make friends. I have lots of friends in ACP that are new Troops and they are really cool people. We all need to give them a chance and aid them on chat. For their future in ACP.

My point here is don’t just help Troops only in a normal ACPTR class, help them in the actual ACP. Talk to them on ACP chat and get to know them more, be there when they need you. Help them make friends and help them fit in :).

Always remember, they are the future of ACP. – Aeropos

 

4 Responses

  1. Hey Aero, just reminding you/Gar that Wyo/Sky and I need to be added to the site. I’m aware that the site ownership is shaky right now, and I’ve been trying to get answers from people about it. Not much has been said about it, and I think you should let everyone know what’s going on in a post. Thanksies

    • sorry for the inconvenience being caused, I apologise but it has not been easy for me, I pretty much am being given no choice but to give up main admin on this website and it is rather annoying that I have to do this but I suppose I have to follow the chain of command, I am merely an advisor who spent about 2 years and 3 months in this army and never even became owner but now someone can join ACP and become owner in a matter of months.

      • Declan this comment did not mean that at all. I know that you put more time into this site more than anyone, and I’ve been telling everyone I hate that you are made to do this. The ACPTR site should be in the hands of someone like you, someone who knows how to take care of it, and should not be put under the tight grip of the ACP. I know that this probably meant more to you than anything else, and I can only assume how frustrating it must be to be made to give it up after owning it so long. Although I’ve never even talked to you before, I know you that you the only person who has stuck to this site for as long as you have and that you should be able to at least have the reward of keeping the site. But that’s not my decision. And although some might not have understood why you wouldn’t have given it up, just like that, I do. And I wish there was something that I could do, but there isn’t.

      • Declan, view your inbox tomorrow. – Aeropos

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