Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 3.djvu/731

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PUBLIC LAW 102-484—OCT. 23, 1992 106 STAT. 2525 "(e) DISTRIBUTION OF UNITS AND CORPS.—The Director shall ensure that the Corps units and camps are distributed in urban areas and rural areas in various regions throughout the United States. "(f) STANDARDS OF CONDUCT. — "(1) IN GENERAL. — The superintendent of each camp shall establish and enforce standards of conduct to promote proper moral and disciplinary conditions in the camp. " (2) SANCTIONS. —Under procedures prescribed by the Director, the superintendent of a camp may— "(A) transfer a member of the Corps in that camp to another unit or camp if the superintendent determines that the retention of the member in the member's unit or in the superintendent's camp will jeopardize the enforcement of the standards or diminish the opportiuiities of other Corps members in that imit or camp, as the case may be; or "(B) dismiss a member of the Corps from the Corps if the superintendent determines that retention of the member in the Corps will jeopardize the enforcement of the standards or diminish the opportunities of other Corps members. "(3) APPEALS. —Under procedures prescribed by the Director, a member of the Corps may appeal to the Director a determination of a camp superintendent to transfer or dismiss the member. The Director shall provide for expeditious disposition of appeals under this paragraph. "SEC. 196E. TRAINING. 42 USC 12653e. "(a) COMMON CURRICULUM. — Each member of the CiviHan Community Corps shall be provided with between three and six weeks of training that includes a comprehensive service-learning curriculum designed to promote team building, discipline, leadership, work, training, citizenship, and physical conditioning. "(b) ADVANCED SERVICE TRAINING.— "(1) NATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAM.— Members of the Corps participating in the national service program shall receive advanced training in basic, project-specific skills that the members will use in performing their community service projects. "(2) SUMMER NATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAM.— Members of the Corps participating in the summer national service program shall not receive advanced training referred to in paragraph (1) but, to the extent practicable, may receive other training. "(c) TRAINING PERSONNEL. — "(1) IN GENERAL. —Members of the cadre appointed under section 195H(c)(2) shall provide the training for the members of the Corps, including, as appropriate, advanced service training and ongoing training througnout the members' periods of agreed service. "(2) COORDINATION WITH OTHER ENTITIES.— Members of the cadre may provide the advanced service training referred to in subsection (b)(1) in coordination with vocational or technical schools, other employment and training providers, existing youth service programs, or other qualified individuals. (d) FACILITIES.— The training may be provided at installations and other facilities of the Department of Defense, and at National Guard facilities, identified under section 195K(a)(3).