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NAVY MEDICAL CORPS

NAVY MEDICINE LEADERSHIP COURSE OFFERINGS

FY16



CAPT Jamie Oberman

Career Planner

Prepared: August 2015

Table of Contents


Navy Medicine Professional Development Center Course Selection (NMPDC) 3

Basic Medical Department Officer Course (BMDOC) 3

Advanced Medical Department Officer Course (AMDOC) 4

TRICARE Financial Management Executive’s Program (TFMEP) 5

Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care Executives (IFFHCE) 6

Clinic Management Course (CMC) 7



Navy Postgraduate School – Center of Executive Education (CEE) Course Selection 9

Navy Senior Leader Seminar (NSLS) 9



Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI) Course Selection 10

MHS Medical Executive Skills Capstone Course 10

Healthcare Management Course 11

JMESI Distance Learning Program 12



Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 13

MedXellence 13



Navy Medicine Operational Training Center 14

Joint Medical Operations Course (JMOC) 14



Joint Senior Medical Leader Course (JSMLC) 15

Naval Justice School Senior Officer Legal Course 16

Non-Residence Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Phase I - Navy 18

Non-Residence JPME Phase I - Air Force 19

Naval War College 20

Global Health Strategies for Security Course (GHSS)……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………………………………………. 22

Medical Strategic Leadership Program (MSLP)………………………………………………………………………………..25

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center (NMPDC) - Course Selection

http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmpdc/Pages/index.aspx

  1. Basic Medical Department Officer Course (BMDOC)

Course Offering:

This course is an online course that can be completed at the dental officer’s convenience.



Course Description:
The Basic Medical Department Officer Course is a three unit (all units must be completed) course in the Medical Department Officer’s Learning Continuum. The course is designed to introduce medical department officers to the organization, structure, business practices and operational policies of the Naval Medical Department. This is the first course in the Medical Department Officer’s Learning Continuum. The course is designed for Dental Officers who are O-3 to O-4.

Funding:

There is no cost for this online course.



Process:

Available online via NKO through Navy E-Learning following the steps below:



  1. Navigate to Navy E-Learning> Online Course [now NETC Learning Management System]

  2. Select tab “Course Catalog”

  3. Under Learning Category

  4. Select “USN Department of the Navy (DON) Training”

  5. Scroll down to select “Navy Medical Education and Training” in right column

  6. Select “Basic Medical Department Officers Curriculum (BMDOC)”

  7. Scroll down to see Active learning modules

  8. Select ENROLL for each unit and add to Learning Plan

  9. Return to tab My Learning and LAUNCH Course


Quota: Unlimited
Course Director/Training Specialist:

Mr. Clinton A. Garrett Sr.

Clinton.A.Garrett.civ@mail.mil

Education Specialist

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center

Bethesda, MD



Office: 301-295-6088

  1. Advanced Medical Department Officer Course (AMDOC)

Course Offering:

Advanced Medical Department Officers Course (AMDOC)

Course Title

Course Number/ Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date

AMDOC

16-10 / WRNNMC

26 Oct 15

6 Nov 15

05 Sep 15

AMDOC

16-20 / WRNNMC

19 Jan 16

29 Jan 16

1 Dec 15

AMDOC

16-30 / WRNNMC

22 Feb 16

04 Mar 16

04 Jan 16

AMDOC

16-40 / WRNNMC

02 May 16

13 May 16

21 Mar 16

AMDOC

16-50 / WRNNMC

13 Jun 16

24 Jun 16

29 Apr 16

AMDOC

16-60 / WRNNMC

01 Aug 16

12 Aug 16

13 Jun 16

AMDOC

16-70 / WRNNMC

06 Sep 16

16 Sep 16

11 Jul 16


Course Description:
The Advanced Medical Department Officer Course is the second course in the Medical Department Officer’s Learning Continuum. The course is designed to prepare medical department officers O-4 to O-5 and senior civilians for increased responsibilities as senior officers and leaders who understand the "practice and business" of Navy Medicine in both operational and MTF settings. The Advanced Course is an important point along the Officer Learning Continuum and a natural progression from the Basic Medical Department Officer Course.

Funding:

NMPDC provides full funding for Active Duty. NMPDC is not authorized to fund rental cars. Active Duty billeting is at contract hotel with reservations made by NMPDC.



Process:

Potential attendees will be directed to NMPDC's electronic nomination site

http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmpdc/courses/Pages/Advanced%20Medical%20Department%20Officer.aspx , complete the application and submit. Once the nomination deadline has passed the names will be compiled by NMPDC staff and sent to the Corps Chief Office for review and selection. NMPDC will handle the administrative planning portion once the participant select list has been forwarded to NMPDC.
Quota: 9-12 Medical Officers per class

Course Director:

Mr. Glenn Smith

Glenn.A.Smith62.civ@mail.mil

Director, Academic Programs

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center

Bethesda, MD

Office: 301-295-2152

Training Specialist:

Edna Smith

Edna.E.Smith4.civ@mail.mil

Student Administration

Training Specialist/Course Administration

Bethesda, MD



Office: 301-319-4501

  1. TRICARE Financial Management Executive Program (TFMEP)

Course Offering:

Tricare Financial Management Executive Program (TFMEP)

Course Title

Course Number/Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date

TFMEP

15-10/NH Jacksonville

17 Nov 15

19 Nov 15

22 Sep 15

TFMEP

16-20/NMC San Diego

9 Feb 16

11 Feb 16

16 Dec 15

TFMEP

16-30/eMSM San Antonio

17 May 16

19 May 16

22 Mar 16

TFMEP

16-40/Fort Belvoir

14 Jun 15

16 Jun 15

19 Apr 16


Course Description:
The TFMEP course offers updates and background information on financial management topics specifically requested for an MHS executive to embrace the next generation of TRICARE contracts new business environment. Target audiences are senior leaders in the grades of O-5 to O-6 holding key leadership roles within MTF, Surgeon General’s offices, Lead Agent offices, TRICARE regional offices, DHA environments or intermediate commands. Classes are limited in size to facilitate open discussions.
It is a fast-paced 50,000 foot level view of the finance and business side of the MHS so it gives a big picture perspective. It is the only course of its kind available for senior officers.
Funding:
Beginning in FY15, NMPDC will no longer fund attendees from out of the area of the host MTF.

The strategy is to rotate the course among MTFs.


Process:
Potential attendees will be directed to NMPDC's electronic nomination site

http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmpdc/courses/Pages/TRICARE%20Financial%20Management%20Executive%20Program.aspx, complete the application and submit. Once the nomination deadline has passed the names will be compiled and sent to the Corps Chief Office for selection. NMPDC will handle the administrative planning portion once the participant select list has been forwarded to NMPDC.


Quota: 3 or 4 Medical Officers per class.
Course Director:

LCDR Kathleen Colter

Kathleen.A.Colter.mil@mail.mil

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center

Bethesda, MD

Office: 301-319-8054



Training Specialist:

Mr. Clinton A. Garrett Sr.

Clinton.A.Garrett.civ@mail.mil

Education Specialist

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center

Bethesda, MD

Office: 301-295-6088


  1. Interagency Institute For Federal Health Care Executives


Course Offering: Twice a year/ April 2016 and September 2016.

Most likely 4/18-29/2016 (128th iteration) and 9/12/2016-9/23/2016 (129th interation)


Course Description: For Senior O-5 to O-6 tracking toward Executive Medicine.

Funding:
Centrally-funded by NMPDC. Provided by the Uniformed Services University provided by Health Affairs.
Process:
Medical Corps Career Planner will send out an announcement through Medical Leadership (Specialty Leaders). List of interested participants will be compiled and returned to Corps Chief Office for review and selection. NMPDC will handle the administrative planning portion once the participant select list has been forwarded to NMPDC.
Quota: 3 or 4 Medical Officers per class.
Course Director:
Richard F. Southby, Ph.D. (Med), F.F.P.H., F.R.S.P.H., F.C.H.S.M.

Distinguished Professor of Global Health and Executive Dean Emeritus, The George Washington University

Adjunct Professor of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

iaifhce@verizon.net

Washington, DC 20016-2521

Office: 202-253-9194



Training Specialist:
Ms. Sarah Prescott

Sarah.Prescott.civ@mail.mil

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center

Bethesda, MD 20889



Office: 301-295-2355


  1. Clinic Management Course


Course Offering:


Clinic Management Course

Course Title

Course Number/Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date

CLINIC MGMT

16-10 / USNH Yokosuka

03 Nov 15

06 Nov 15

05 Sep 15

CLINIC MGMT

16-20 / NH Pensacola

08 Dec 15

11 Dec 15

10 Oct 15

CLINIC MGMT

16-40 / NMC San Diego

09 Feb 16

12 Feb 16

12 Dec 16

CLINIC MGMT

16-50 / NHC Charleston

08 Mar 16

11 Mar 16

09 Jan 16

CLINIC MGMT

16-60 / NH Lemoore

05 Apr 16

08 Apr 16

06 Feb 16

CLINIC MGMT

16-70 / USNH Sigonella

10 May 16

13 May 16

12 Mar 16

CLINIC MGMT

16-80 / NH Bremerton

14 Jun 16

17 Jun 16

16 Apr 16

CLINIC MGMT

16-90 / NMC Portsmouth

12 Jul 16

15 Jul 16

14 May 16

CLINIC MGMT

16-100 / Navy Mid-Atlantic Clinics (Bethesda)

16 Aug 16

19 Aug 16

18 Jun 16


Course Description:
Objective: To provide clinical teams and staff the skills, knowledge and tools necessary to successfully integrate MHS and BUMED Strategic Goals into their daily practices as a high reliability organization in a a variety of health care settings.
Target Audience:
This course was developed as a “team” concept. As you determine your nominations please keep this in mind. Teams are defined as 3 to 4 members who are the leaders and decision makers within the clinic. Minimum eligibility requires (1) Provider, preferably the Department Head or Senior Medical Officer in the clinic, (2) Division Officer/Clinic or Business Manager/Senior Nurse, (3) SEL/LCPO/LPO/ALPO, (4) Clinic/Administrative Support Personnel.
Funding: NMPDC provides full funding for selected clinic teams. The team is authorized one rental car for commuting to and from the airport and daily to the course.
Process:
Team will fill out and submit the Clinic Management Course Registration form (available on NMPDC website - http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmpdc/courses/Pages/Clinic%20Management.aspx ) directly to NMPDC. Nominations are due at least 60 days prior to the course convene date. NMPDC selects the teams. The Corps Chief Office is not involved in the selection process.
Quota: 1-2 Teams

Course Director:
LCDR George Coan

George.P.Coan2.mil@mail.mil

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center

Bethesda, MD 20889

Office: 301-295-4718
Training Specialist:
Mr. Paul Kendrick

Paul.E.Kendrick4.civ@mail.mil

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center

Bethesda, MD 20889



Office: 301-319-4507

Navy Postgraduate School – Center of Executive Education (CEE) -Course Selection

http://www.nps.edu/academics/centers/cee/

  1. Navy Senior Leader Seminar (NSLS)

Course Offering:


Navy Senior Leader Seminar (NSLS)

Course Title

Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date (Approx)

NSLS

NPS Monterey, CA

01-Dec-15

10-Dec-15

15-Oct-14

NSLS

NPS Monterey, CA

01-Mar-16

10-Mar-16

15-Dec-15

NSLS

NPS Monterey, CA

12-Apr-16

21-Apr-16

15-Jan-15

NSLS

NPS Monterey, CA

07-Jun-16

18-Jun-15

17-Mar-15

NSLS

NPS Monterey, CA

12-Jul-15

21-Jul-15

15-Apr-15

NSLS

NPS Monterey, CA

16-Aug-15

25-Aug-15

26-May-15


Course Description:

Funding:
Participant’s local command.
Process:
Medical Corps Career Planner will send out an announcement through Medical Leadership (Specialty Leaders). List of interested participants will be compiled and returned to Corps Chief Office for review and selection. CEE will handle the administrative planning portion once the participant select list has been forwarded to the CEE.
Quota: 2 Officers from all Corps (DC, MC, MSC, NC). Very difficult to obtain a seat.
Course Director:
Tyller Williamson

NEDPRegistrar@nps.edu

Center for Executive Education

Naval Postgraduate School

Office: 831-656-3850
Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI) – Course Selection

https://jmesi.army.mil/default.aspx


  1. MHS Medical Executive Skills Capstone


Course Offering:



MHS Medical Executive Skills Capstone Course

Course Title

Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date (Approx)

Capstone

San Antonio, TX

02-Nov-15

06-Nov-15

07-Sep-15

Capstone

San Antonio, TX

07-Mar-16

11-Mar-16

11-Jan-16

Capstone

San Antonio, TX

11-Jul-16

15-Jul-16

16-May-16

Capstone

San Antonio, TX

14-Nov-16

18-Nov-16

06-Sep-16


Course Description:

This course is hosted by the Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI) and has been designed to provide senior leaders of the MHS exposure to nationwide healthcare industry trends, leaders in organizational change management, and federal healthcare policy makers who will offer participants a global view of how policies are formed which affect the course of the Military Healthcare System (MHS).

Each Surgeon General nominates six senior grade officers, primarily in the grade of O-5 to O-6 to attend this course. Priority is given to new lead agents, commanders of larger facilities, command surgeons, and other key staff. The JMESI centrally funds the attendance of nominees.

The Capstone course is designed to be a pinnacle event for recently assigned senior military treatment facility commanders, lead agents, and senior medical officers in key staff positions who will benefit from exposure to and familiarity with entities that shape the MHS. It provides participants exposure to the operations of the various organizations within the Department of Defense, pertinent congressional staffs, and the offices of the three Surgeon Generals. Attendance at the Capstone Course will enhance the understanding of how national healthcare policies are formed, and by whom, and how they are implemented and put into operation. The Capstone course assumes the participants have the 40 executive skill competencies adopted by the Department of Defense.

Our goal is for the attendees to communicate directly with the policy makers and those who influence the future of civilian and military healthcare in the US. We expect the attendees to leave the course with a thorough understanding and appreciation of what our civilian counterparts and DoD (Health Affairs) do and how to interact with them.

Funding:
JMESI. Due to JMESI budget restraints, priority will go towards CONUS personnel.

Process:
Medical Corps Career Planner will send out announcement through Medical Leadership (Specialty Leaders). List of interested participants will be compiled and returned to Corps Chief Office for review and selection. JMESI will handle the administrative planning portion once the participant select list has been forwarded to the JMESI.
Quota: 1-2 Medical Officers per class.
Training Specialist:

Ms. Judy Gomez

Judy.A.Gomez.Civ@mail.mil

Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI)

Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234

Office: 210- 295-0453




  1. Healthcare Management Course


Course Offering:


Healthcare Management Course

Course Title

Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date (Approx)

Hth Care Mgmt

San Antonio, Tx

25-Jan-16

29-Jan-16

21-Dec-15

Hth Care Mgmt

San Antonio, Tx

09-May-16

13-May-16

11-Apr-16

Hth Care Mgmt

San Antonio, Tx

15-Aug-16

19-Aug-16

11-Jul-16


Course Description:
This course is a Tri-Service event designed for first time clinical supervisors in the grade of O-3 to O-5. The course provides them with the administrative tools to successfully manage their clinical areas. Topics discussed include: Civilian Personnel, Contracting, Budgeting, Quality Management, tools available through the TRICARE Operations Center, Efficient Scheduling and Utilization Management, and more. One of the additional benefits to the attendees is the interaction that takes place among the group. Panel discussions allow the clinicians to ask direct questions and receive first-hand answers regarding management tools and practices that are or have the potential to impact the military healthcare management arena.
Funding:
Funding varies. JMESI funded attendees early in the year but did not fund attendees at the end of the fiscal year. The course was also delivered via Video Tele Training at two sites other than San Antonio.
Process:
Medical Corps Career Planner will send out announcement through Medical Leadership (Specialty Leaders). List of interested participants will be compiled and returned to Corps Chief Office for review and selection. Announcement may also be placed in WDU as an alternate method of distribution. JMESI will handle the administrative planning portion once the participant select list has been forwarded to the JMESI.
Quota: 1-2 Medical Officers – Fort Sam Houston, TX; 1-2 Medical Officers – Each Alternate Site.
Training Specialist:

Ms. Judy Gomez

Judy.A.Gomez.Civ@mail.mil

Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI)

Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234

Office: 210- 295-0453


  1. JMESI Distance Learning Program

Course Description & Offering:

In response to Congressional Legislation, the Department of Defense initiated a comprehensive program to prepare medical officers to command military medical treatment facilities. The Joint Medical Executive Skills Program (JMESP) was established as the operations and maintenance activity for the program.

A critical piece of work that has been completed is the Joint Medical Executive Skills Program (JMESP) Core Curriculum. It describes the program, the 35 competencies, and outlines the behaviors one must display in order to show competency. It is also the document upon which modules are to be built in support of Executive Skills education. To close a possible educational gap, it has been proposed that distance-learning avenues be developed.

Distance-Learning provides a means to address the challenges of achieving and maintaining competency by Military Health System (MHS) leaders. It has the potential to supplement and/or support training in some or all of the Executive Skills Core Curriculum by overcoming some of the obstacles presented at formalized in class training or other venues, namely: geographic constraints; availability of instructors; available student time; budget; and other factors. Module content includes developing leader expertise in eight substantive areas including readiness, general management, health law and policy, health resources allocation and management, individual and organizational behavior, legal and ethical behaviors, clinical understanding, and performance measurement.



Funding: Online courses so no cost is associated with taking the various modules.
Process: Go to: https://jmesi.army.mil/register.aspx . Fill out the form completely. Once your registration has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email. Then you can begin the modules.
Quota: Unlimited.
Training Specialist:
Ms. Judy Gomez

Judy.A.Gomez.Civ@mail.mil

Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI)

Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234



Office: 210- 295-0453

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

http://www.usuhs.edu/pmb/medxellence/

  1. MedXellence (FY16 Dates Not Yet Published)

Course Offering:

MedXellence

Course Title

Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date (Approx)

MedXellence

San Antonio, TX

02-Nov-14

07-Nov-14

Complete Online

MedXellence

Honolulu, HI

11-Jan-15

16-Jan-15




MedXellence

Bethesda, MD

22-Mar-15

27-Mar-15




MedXellence

Colorado Springs, CO

07-Jun-15

12-Jun-15




MedXellence

Garmish, DE

09-Aug-15

14-Aug-15




Course Description: Intended for senior MHS executives O-4 to O-6.



Funding:

There is no tuition fee for MedXellence attendance; however, your command must fund travel and per-diem related expenses.



Process:

Prospective students may be nominated by their supervisor, or they may self-nominate. In order to achieve a balanced student body, the MedXellence staff selects nominees based on service, rank, corps, and job title. Additionally, officers must have at least two (2) years of service left in order to be considered for selection. To apply for a course, please visit http://www.usuhs.edu/pmb/medxellence/.



Quota: 55 students per class. Seek to achieve a balanced student body. No specific quota of Medical Officers.

Course Director:

Sandra Elliott

Sandra.Elliottt@usuhs.edu

Office: 301-295-3830


Navy Medicine Operational Training Center

http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmotc/opmed/Pages/CourseCatalog.aspx

  1. Joint Medical Operations Course (JMOC)

 Course Offering:

Joint Medical Operations Course (JOMC)

Course Title

Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date (Approx)

JOMC

JBSA Ft. Sam Houston

7 Dec 15

11 Dec 15

8-weeks prior

JOMC

DHHQ, Falls Church, VA

7 Mar 15

11 Mar 15




JOMC

JBSA Ft. Sam Houston

9 May 16

13 May 16




JOMC

DHHQ, Falls Church, VA

11 July 16

15 July 16





Course Description:

This five-day course provides training in joint and combined operational and medical planning that will span the operational environment from point of injury/illness to the appropriate capability of care across the full spectrum of military operations. JMOC familiarizes students to the Joint Operational Planning and medical planning process: policy guidance and information relevant to planning and Joint Staff publication. Goal is to provide the students the skills needed to provide doctrinally sound, operationally integrated leadership in Joint Health Service Support operations while meeting current mission requirements. Target audience - DOD medical department personnel assigned to Combatant Commanders, Service Headquarters, Joint Task Forces and joint organizations.



Funding:
The course is funded by Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC)

Process: Five courses have been identified as pre-requisite training requirements and must be completed prior to the JMOC course (http://www.dmrti.army.mil/courses.html). Personnel interested are required to submit a “Nomination Request Form” to Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute (DMRTI) no later than eight (8) weeks prior to course convening dates. Nomination Request Form can be accessed through DMRTI web-site (http://www.dmrti.army.mil/courses.html ) or by email usarmy.jbsa.medcom-ameddcs.list.dmrti-jommc@mail.mil .

Training Specialist:
Contact DMRTI by email usarmy.jbsa.medcom-ameddcs.list.dmrti-jommc@mail.mil .

Office: 210-221-2652 /DSN 471-2652




Joint Senior Medical Leader Course (JSMLC)

Course Offering:

27 - 31October 2014 (Pentagon). 2015 Course Offerings not yet posted.



Course Description:

The course is designed to enhance the preparation of Medical leaders, senior O-5 to O-6, who have a high probability of being nominated as a JTF Surgeon, JTF Senior medical leader, or occupy a senior medical planning position in a joint environment. In addition, the course would be valuable for those serving in senior service departments training and preparing forces for Joint operations and deployment.

JSMLC is a demanding, fast paced and interactive program. Speakers will include former JTF Commanders, JTF Surgeons, subject matter experts in major Contingency and stability operations, interagency operations, and representatives of Joint Staff Directorates responsibility for policy development at the highest levels in DOD. A SECRET security clearance is required.
Funding:

Attendees will be funded by their respective commands.



Process:

Medical Corps Career Planner will send out announcement through Medical Leadership (Specialty Leaders). List of interested participants along with a CV will be compiled and returned to Corps Chief Office for review and selection. Course attendees will then be screened by the Joint Staff prior to being offered a seat.



Quota: 1-2 Dental Officers per class.

Course Director:

Nadja Y. West, M.D., FACHE

MG, USA

Joint Staff Surgeon



Nadja.Y.West.mil@mail.mil

The Pentagon Room 2C927

Washington, DC 20318-4000

Office: 703-697-4346


Training Specialist:
Mr. Adam Poling

Paul.A.Poling.civ@mail.mil

Office: 703-571-9753
Naval Justice School

Senior Officer Legal Course

http://www.jag.navy.mil/njs_curriculum.htm



Course Offering:

Senior Officer Legal Course

Course Title

Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date (Approx)

15010

Newport, RI

14-Oct-14

16-Oct-14

Complete Online

15020

Newport, RI

10-Nov-14

12-Nov-14




15030

Newport, RI

15-Dec-14

17-Dec-14




15040

Newport, RI

20-Jan-15

22-Jan-15




15050

Newport, RI

17-Feb-15

19-Feb-15




15060

Newport, RI

09-Mar-15

11-Mar-15




15070

Newport, RI

30-Mar-15

01-Apr-15




15080

Newport, RI

27-Apr-15

29-Apr-15




15090

Newport, RI

18-May-15

20-May-15




15100

Newport, RI

15-Jun-15

17-Jun-15




15110

Newport, RI

29-Jun-15

01-Jul-15




15120

Newport, RI

27-Jul-15

29-Jul-15




15130

Newport, RI

31-Aug-15

02-Sep-15




15140

Newport, RI

28-Sep-15

30-Sep-15




Course Title

Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date (Approx)

15010

Norfolk, VA

06-Oct-14

08-Oct-14

Complete Online

15020

Norfolk, VA

17-Nov-14

19-Nov-14




15030

Norfolk, VA

12-Jan-15

14-Jan-15




15040

Norfolk, VA

27-Apr-15

29-Apr-15




15050

Norfolk, VA

01-Jun-15

03-Jun-15




15060

Norfolk, VA

14-Sep-15

16-Sep-15




Course Title

Location

Course Start Date

Course End Date

Nom Due Date (Approx)

15010

San Diego, CA

02-Dec-14

04-Dec-14

Complete Online

15020

San Diego, CA

16-Dec-14

18-Dec-14




15030

San Diego, CA

31-Mar-15

02-Apr-15




15040

San Diego, CA

14-Apr-15

16-Apr-15




15050

San Diego, CA

07-Jul-15

09-Jul-15




15060

San Diego, CA

15-Sep-15

17-Sep-15




Course Description:

This three-day course is offered at a variety of locations: Newport, RI, Norfolk, VA, and San Diego, CA. Commanding officers, executive officers and officers in charge are encouraged to attend at their earliest opportunity. Other officers in paygrade O-4 and above who have a mission-essential need for this training may attend on a space-available basis. The course curriculum is based on familiarization with the Uniform Code of Military Justice, administrative fact-finding bodies, administrative separation procedures, the court-martial process, and various other policies relating to command administration of legal matters.



Funding:

Attendees will be funded by their respective commands.



Process:

Detailers will contact regional POC directly to register incoming commanding officers and executive officers. Naval Justice School has transitioned to the Enterprise Naval Training Reservation System (ENTRS). Quota requests can be made via the ENTRS system website at https://main.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/cetars. Select “request access” from the initial login screen and fill out the application. A web guide and user manual are available on the site. Use the following code for each location:



Location

CIN

CDP

Newport, RI

S-5F-0011

0258

San Diego, CA

S-5F-0011

3759

Norfolk, VA

S-5F-0011

3760

Quota: Varies from class to class.

Training Specialist:

Mr. Jerry Gallant

Gerald.Gallant@navy.mil

Newport, RI

401-841-3800 ext. 131
Ms. Nicole Campos

Nicole.Campos@navy.mil

San Diego, CA

619-556-8379


Ms. Laurinda Reese

Laurinda.Reese@navy.mil

Norfolk, VA

757-444-5641




Non-Residence Joint Professional Military Education (JPME)

Phase I - Navy

Course Offering: See information under process.

Course Description:

The Naval War College Fleet Seminar Program consists of three courses - Strategy and Policy, National Security Decision Making, and Joint Maritime Operations. Seminars meet one evening per week (34 times per year) for 3-hours from the first week in September through the second week in May under the direction of a Naval War College adjunct faculty member. The seminars are conducted at the graduate level and require appropriate initiative, research, writing and oral commentary on the part of each student. Open to O-3s and above. Training locations include:



Annapolis, MD

Bangor, WA

Dahlgren, VA

Everett, WA

Fort Meade, MD

Great Lakes, IL

Jacksonville, FL

Mayport, FL

Millington, TN

New Orleans, LA

Newport, RI

Norfolk, VA

Pax River, MD

Pearl Harbor, HI

Pensacola, FL

Port Hueneme, CA

San Diego, CA

Washington, DC

Whidbey Island, WA








Funding:

The college provides all study materials to the student on a loan basis.



Process:

Applications for Academic Year 2015-2016 for the Fleet Seminar Program are available online. The application process opens on 1 April 2015 and closes on 30 June 2015 for classes that begin the first week of September 2015. Enrollment selection notifications will be made in August.



Quota: Applicants are enrolled in seminars consisting of no more than 18 students.

Questions/Additional Information:

https://www.usnwc.edu/fleetseminar

Walter Stiles



Office: (401) 841-6519 DSN: 841-6519

Email: fsp@usnwc.edu



Non-Residence JPME Phase I – Air Force

Course Offering: See information under process.

Course Description:

The roll-out of the new Air Command and Staff College Distance Learning Program (DL 6.0) is complete! The next-generation DL program is completely online, giving students the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of course concepts and build critical thinking skills through online, peer-to-peer and faculty interaction. Today’s students are globally deployed and desire to access and complete courseware when and where they choose. Online content allows for curriculum delivery and update at a much faster pace than previous book-based content.

The core content of the new ACSC DL program does not deviate extensively from the former program and continues to offer the same seven core courses as the previous 5.2 program. However, the new program offers a completely different learning experience in that students are able to more actively engage with the material. In addition to lesson narratives, reading materials and lesson progress checks, students encounter videos, computer-based interactive learning activities and “game-like” exercises all available in an online environment. Self-paced is enhanced by collaborative, online facilitated courses that enable students to engage in course concepts via faculty-guided, peer-to-peer interactions. And great news as all assessments are online…no need to travel to the test centers anymore!

All ACSC graduates receive joint professional military education (JPME) phase I credit.

Eligibility: O-4 selects and above on active duty, non-extended active duty, Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard; sister-service active duty, Guard, and Reserve O-4s and above; and Civil Air Patrol.

Funding:

The entire course is online administered through a learning management system. No cost to officer enrolled.



Process:

You will be enrolled in ACSC upon verification of your identity in the Air University Information System (AUSIS) at https://ausis.maxwell.af.mil/SIS/app/template/SchoolIndex.vm?school=ACSC. You will remain enrolled through completion, provided you stay in good standing.



Quota: Unlimited.

Questions/Additional Information:

Email: ACSC DL Student Services

Student Services: 334-953-7901

acsc.maxwell.af.mil//DistanceLearning/distance-learning_pg1.asp







Naval War College

https://www.usnwc.edu/Home.aspx

Course Offering:

Although the majority of U.S. naval officers and officers from the other U.S. services and civilians in the class will begin their studies in August, nearly one-half of the Navy students and several of their classmates matriculate at the beginning of either the winter or spring trimesters of a given academic year.



Course Description:

Students detailed to the Naval War College in Newport, RI, participate in a ten-month multidisciplinary program of academic and strategic development. This Course is for U.S. Naval officers in the grades of O-5 to O-6. The Course provides professional military education programs that are current, rigorous, relevant, and accessible to the maximum number of qualified U.S. officers and Navy enlisted personnel, civilian employees of the U.S. Government and non-governmental organizations, and international officers. The desired effect is a group of leaders of character who have trust and confidence in each other and are operationally and strategically minded, critical thinkers, proficient in joint matters, and skilled naval and joint warfighters. The curriculum is based upon three core courses of study: National Security Decision Making, Strategy and Policy, and Joint Military Operations. During the first two of three trimesters, students will be joined in lectures and in seminars by international students of the Naval Command College.


Funding:

Orders are written from the Head, Medical Corps Assignments.



Process:

Head, Medical Corps Assignments will send out announcement through Corps Chief’s Office and Specialty Leaders. List of interested participants will be compiled, reviewed and selected by the Corps Chief’s office.



Quota: Varies by class. Head, Medical Corps Assignments will have the information on the number of quotas being offered to Navy Medicine.

Questions:

Dean of Students - 401- 841-3373 or DSN: 841-3373.


Global Health Strategies for Security Course

(GHSS)

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