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FY20 Navy Training

 

FY20 Training is broken down into three groups: GMT, Safety and Security Training

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NPS Safety Training

This training can be satisfied via the Monthly Training Emails (info located GMT section above) if you are attached to an NPS UIC at the time the email is sent. If you are not attached to NPS for the emails, click links below for training requirements.

 

NPS Security Training

NPS Security Training is required to maintain your clearance and SCIF/STBL access. Please ensure you complete the required training for the security clearance that you currently hold. If you have questions on this training requirement, please contact the Security Training Officer at  (831) 656-2450 or securitytraining@nps.edu.

For those with SCI Access:

Derivative Classification
https://securityawareness.usalearning.gov/derivative/index.htm

 

Unauthorized Disclosure
https://securityawareness.usalearning.gov/disclosure/index.html

 

Marking classified information
https://securityawareness.usalearning.gov/markings/index.htm

 

 

PLEASE Click here to certify you have completed this training—You will not get credit for training completion until you record it via this link.

 

 

For those without SCI Access:

 

Derivative Classification
https://securityawareness.usalearning.gov/derivative/index.htm

 

Unauthorized Disclosure
https://securityawareness.usalearning.gov/disclosure/index.html

 

Marking classified information
https://securityawareness.usalearning.gov/markings/index.htm

 

 

When complete with above training briefs, please click here to certify you have completed this training.

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MASS GMT Sessions for USN and Civilian

 

January 29th 1300-1600 Mass GMT Session

February 27th 0900-1200 Mass GMT Session

April 14th 1300-1600 Mass GMT Session

May 15th 0900-1200 Mass GMT Session

July 16th 1300-1600 Mass GMT Session

August 12th 0900-1200 Mass GMT Session

September 10th 1300-1600 Mass GMT Session 

 

AM Timeline

0900-0915         Privacy Training - (USN and Civilians)

0915-0945         Suicide Prevention - (USN and Civilians)

0945-1030         Cyber Awareness - (USN and Civilians)

1030-1145         SAPR - (Civilians and USN)

1145-1205         Domestic Abuse - (USN only)

 

PM Timeline

1300-1315         Privacy Training - (USN and Civilians)

1315-1345         Suicide Prevention - (USN and Civilians)

1345-1430         Cyber Awareness - (USN and Civilians)

1430-1545         SAPR - (Civilians and USN)

1545-1605         Domestic Abuse - (USN only)

 

The Mass GMT PowerPoint can be viewed here.

 

For students, there are 8 total GMTs to complete by September 30, 2020.

7 out of the 8 required trainings for FY20 will be offered throughout the year as Face to Face trainings. Sessions will be posted below, student muster page, and announced via bulk email.

 

  1. Anti-Terrorism Level 1 Awareness (Online Only)
  • Course Number: CENSECFOR-AT-010-1.0
  1. SAPR (Face to Face Training)

Course 3 and 4 will be held periodically throughout the year as face to face training. These trainings can also be completed online.

3. Counterintelligence (Face to Face Preferred Training)

4. OPSEC (Face to Face Preferred Training)

  • Course Number: NOST-USOPSEC-3.0

5. Suicide Prevention (Face to Face Training)

 

6. Privacy Training (Face to Face or Online)

  • Course Number: DON-PRIV-2.0

7. Cyber Awareness Challenge (Face to Face or Online)

  • Course Number: DOD-IAA-V17.0

8. Domestic Violence Prevention and Reporting (Face to Face or Online)

  • Course Number: CPPD-GMT-DV-1.1

 

 

Optional (Available on Navy eLearning)

For more information on these topics and local resuorces contact the Training Officer.

 

Command Assessment Readiness Enhancement (CARE) Training

  • Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco Awareness
  • Stress Management
  • Sexual Health and Responsibility
  • Physical Readiness
  • Hazing Policy and Prevention
  • Personal Financial Management
  • Operational Risk management
  • Energy Policy
  • Counter Trafficing in Persons
  • Records Management
  • Equal Oppurtunity

Training by UIC:

 

USN Military now have access to track their own training on FLTMPS

 

Training will not reflect immediately in FLTMPS. Below are average times for training to populate:

  • Navy eLearning course - 3-5 business days
  • Face to Face Training - 1-2 weeks
  • Training outside of Navy eLearning/TWMS (ie: JKO/CDSE/ESAMS/etc) - a certificate needs to be sent to the Training Officer or training will not show complete.

   

January 23rd 1300-1600 Mass GMT Session

February 27th 0900-1200 Mass GMT Session

April 14th 1300-1600 Mass GMT Session

May 15th 0900-1200 Mass GMT Session

July 16th 1300-1600 Mass GMT Session

August 12th 0900-1200 Mass GMT Session

September 10th 1300-1600 Mass GMT Session 

 

AM Timeline

0900-0915         Privacy Training - (USN and Civilians)

0915-0945         Suicide Prevention - (USN and Civilians)

0945-1030         Cyber Awareness - (USN and Civilians)

1030-1145         SAPR - (Civilians and USN)

1145-1205         Domestic Abuse - (USN only)

 

PM Timeline

1300-1315         Privacy Training - (USN and Civilians)

1315-1345         Suicide Prevention - (USN and Civilians)

1345-1430         Cyber Awareness - (USN and Civilians)

1430-1545         SAPR - (Civilians and USN)

1545-1605         Domestic Abuse - (USN only)

If your question is not listed below, contact the Training Officer.

 

1. What training do I have to do?

  • Per NAVADMIN 191/19, there are 5 types of trainings required, with 3 trainings command mandated.
  • The mandatory GMT topics include: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Awareness; Suicide Prevention; Cyber Awareness; Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting; Antiterrorism Level 1 Awareness; and Privact Act. Domestic Violence Prevention and Reporting is a Command-mandated training requirement.

2. Where do I complete my training?

  • Most GMT is held on NKO or conducted in person. The exception is counterintelligence training that should be done face to face to the max extent possible but can be done on the CDSE website. A copy of the certificate shall be sent to the Training Officer to receive credit.

3. How do I track my training?

  • USN Navy now have access to track their own training on FLTMPS.  Under Account Applications click "Access Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ) Personal Account"

4. Why isn't my training completion updated?

  • It may take the system up to a week to show up in FLTMPS as completed. If the course is done on another site (ie: TWMS/JKO/ESAMS etc) it can take longer for the data to update. Any training done face-to-face is entered within a week of the training but may take up to two weeks to show up in your record.

5. If I attended face-to-face training do I still have to do it online?

  • No. Some requirements list multiple ways to complete the training. Any one of those will fulfill that requirement.

6. The training has multiple options for fulfilling the requirement. Which do I do?

  • The training options are listed in order of preference but you may complete whichever option works best for you.

7. Which browser should I use to get on TWMS/NKO/ESAMS etc?

8. How do I Navigate NKO?

 

The Navy is keeping up with tech and coming out with apps to supplement or replace various websites and training. You can find all of the apps at https://www.applocker.navy.mil. Below is just a preview of the available apps:

 

New App!!

CLREC AppiPhone AppGoogle App

 

CLREC - The app is a product of the Center for Language, Regional Expertise, and Culture (CLREC). The current version of this app focuses on the Fleet Concentration Areas of Bahrain, Italy, Japan, The Philippines, South Korea, and Spain.  The CLREC Navy Global Deployer App is divided into the following sections for each nation: Culture Training,  Culture Card, Etiquette Guide, Language Phrases, Language Guide. In addition, the app includes sections detailing General Resources available to the user, Emergency resources, and a Favorites section, which allows users to bookmark and easily access parts of the app they find personally important.

 

 

Available Training Apps:

Training App

Additional Operational Security literature and videos can be found here.