Hospital Corpsman
(HM)
RATING
ROADMAP
January 2013
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CAREER ROADMAP
Seaman Recruit to Master Chief Roadmaps
The career roadmap below will assist Sailors in the Hospital Corpsm...
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HOSPITAL RECRUIT (HR) TO HOSPITAL APPRENTICE (HA)
APPRENTICE LEVEL
NAME____________________________________________
SKIL...
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NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION CODE (NEC) OPPORTUNITIES
http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/8400-8499...
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JOB DESCRIPTION
Hospital Corpsman (HM)
Assist health care providers in delivering medical care to armed service personne...
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PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (Completed at reporting 30 day Career Development Board)
Command Address: ________...
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QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sea/Shore General Qualifications
Watch Standing Qualifications
Report Date Completion ...
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CERTIFICATIONS
The following post military occupations are similar to the HM-Hospital Corpsman Rating. For more informat...
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Respiratory Therapy Technicians
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Skincare Specialists
Surgical Technologists
Occupatio...
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0681 - Dental Assistant Series
0682 - Dental Hygiene Series
0683 - Dental Laboratory Aid and Technician Series
0685 - P...
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E3
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (Adult
Echocardiography...
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E4
Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist
(RCES)
E4 Cardiovascular ...
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E3
National Board for Certification in Occupational
Therapy, Inc.
Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR)
E3
National B...
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E3 National Surgical Assistant Association Certified Surgical Assistant (CSA)
E4
Nephrology Nursing Certification Commi...
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________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
STAY N...
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PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION
(Resident and non-resident coursework designed to enhance a Sailor’s general military p...
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E1/E2 REQUIRED COMMUNITY PME:
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course
Length
Date
Completed
Hospital Corpsman Ra...
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RECOMMENDED RESERVE PME:
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course
Length
Date
Completed
NROWS Orders Administrati...
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ESSENTIAL READING
WARFIGHTING FIRST Completed
1812: The Navy’s War by George C. Daughan
Cyber War by Richard A. Clarke
...
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REFERENCES
Navy Enlisted Learning and Development Programs:
 Learning and Development Roadmap for Enlisted Sailors, OP...
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Advancement & Service Schools:
 Advancement BUPERSINST 1430.16(series)
 Accelerated Advancement MILPERSMAN 1430-010
...
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HOSPITALMAN (HN)
APPRENTICE LEVEL
NAME____________________________________________
SKILL TRAINING
(Schools, courses and...
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NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION CODE (NEC) OPPORTUNITIES
http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/8400-849...
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____________________________________________________________________________________________________
JOB DESCRIPTION
Ho...
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PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (Completed at reporting 30 day Career Development Board)
Command Address: _______...
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QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sea/Shore General Qualifications
Watch Standing Qualifications
Report Date Completion...
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CERTIFICATIONS
The following post military occupations are similar to the HM-Hospital Corpsman Rating. For more informa...
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Respiratory Therapy Technicians
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Skincare Specialists
Surgical Technologists
Occupati...
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0681 - Dental Assistant Series
0682 - Dental Hygiene Series
0683 - Dental Laboratory Aid and Technician Series
0685 - P...
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E3
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (Adult
Echocardiography...
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E4
Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist
(RCES)
E4 Cardiovascular ...
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E3
National Board for Certification in Occupational
Therapy, Inc.
Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR)
E3
National B...
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E3 National Surgical Assistant Association Certified Surgical Assistant (CSA)
E4
Nephrology Nursing Certification Commi...
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________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
STAY N...
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PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION
(Resident and non-resident coursework designed to enhance a Sailor’s general military p...
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E3 REQUIRED COMMUNITY PME:
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course
Length
Date
Completed
Hospital Corpsman Rate ...
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Courses With Recommended Reserve Points:
Click this link for an Excel file of all Navy E-Learning courses offering "REC...
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Water Sanitation Afloat E-Learning NMETC-WSA-010
FDPMU Orientation Training Course (U) E-Learning NMFDPMU1081
Navy Heal...
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RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY READING
Title Completed
Flags of our Fathers, by James Bradley
Doc: Heroic Stories of Medics, Cor...
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REFERENCES
Navy Enlisted Learning and Development Programs:
 Learning and Development Roadmap for Enlisted Sailors, OP...
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Advancement & Service Schools:
 Advancement BUPERSINST 1430.16(series)
 Accelerated Advancement MILPERSMAN 1430-010
...
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HOSPITAL CORPSMAN PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS (HM3)
APPRENTICE LEVEL
NAME________________________________________________...
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*DMLSS inventory mgmt
Williamsburg VA non-Cantrac
NEMSCOM
*Field MGMT Chem/Bio casualties
Aberdeen, MD USAMRICD or B-6H...
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  1. 1. Hospital Corpsman (HM) RATING ROADMAP January 2013
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  3. 3. CAREER ROADMAP Seaman Recruit to Master Chief Roadmaps The career roadmap below will assist Sailors in the Hospital Corpsman (HM) community through the process of pursuing professional development and advanced education using various military and civilian resources e.g. PQS program; SMART Transcript; NKO (E-Learning); Navy College; etc. Successful leadership is the key to military readiness and will always require a high degree of technical skill, professional knowledge, and intellectual development. What is a Career Roadmap for HM? HM roadmaps are just what the name implies – a roadmap through the Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum from Hospital Recruit (HR) through Hospital Corpsman Master Chief (HMCM). The principal focus is to standardize a program Navy-wide by featuring the existing skills of HM necessary to be successful in the Navy. The ultimate goal of a roadmap is to produce a functional and competent HM. What is the Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum? Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum is the formal title given to the curriculum and process building on the foundation of Sailorization beginning in our Delayed Entry Program through Recruit Training Command and throughout your entire career. The continuum combines skill training, professional education, well-rounded assignments, and voluntary education. As you progress through your career, early-on skill training diminishes while professional military education gradually increases. Experience is the ever-present constant determining the rate at which a Sailor trades skill training for professional development. Do Sailors have to follow the Roadmap? Yes. The HM roadmap includes the four areas encompassed by the Continuum in Professional Military Education to include; Navy Professional Military Education, Joint Professional Education, Leadership and Advanced Education. Some training and education is mandatory (Recruit Training, HM “A” School at Hospital Corps School, NKO (E-Learning, etc…). Some may be directed by your chain of command (Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint courses), and the remainder is voluntary (NKO, E-Learning, college courses, etc.). Sailors are advised to seek out mentors, including your Command Master Chief, Senior Enlisted Advisor, Leading Chief Petty Officer, Leading Petty Officer and Command Career Counselor, and to make use of your Base Navy College or Education Office vast resources. All are uniquely qualified to help you along the way.
  4. 4. 3 HOSPITAL RECRUIT (HR) TO HOSPITAL APPRENTICE (HA) APPRENTICE LEVEL NAME____________________________________________ SKILL TRAINING (Schools, courses and assignments directly related to occupation) REQUIRED SKILL TRAINING Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed Hospital Corpsman Course Great Lakes, IL B-300-0010 Dental Assistant Great Lakes, IL B-300-3311 HMSB Local CMD ExMed. - Combat related field skills E-Learning NMEMCRFS061 ExMed. - Non-Combat related field skills E-Learning NMEMNCRFS061 ExMed. - Patient Movement E-Learning NMEMPATMOV061 ExMed. - Shipboard Operations E-Learning N MEMSHIPOP061 ExMed. - Tactical Combat Casualty Care E-Learning NMEMTCCC061 *Enlisted Warfare Qualification* *Required if afforded the opportunity RECOMMENDED SKILL TRAINING * Billet specific Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed Hospital Corpsman Rate Training Manual Navy Advancement Center NAVEDTRA 14295A OEMS FMTB East/West TCCC Local CMD B-300-4010 Prophylactic tech Local CMD training B-300-0036 *Cold Weather Medicine NOMI Pensacola * Mountain Medicine NOMI Pensacola MMED B-300-0023 *Surface Force Medical Indoc Japan, San Diego, Portsmouth B-300-1000 *MRRS + SAMS SPAWAR USAMRICD or B-6H- 3001 *Field Mgmt. of Chem & Bio Casualties Course USAMRICD Aberdeen Md Fleet Hospital I & O Local Fleet Hospital Fleet Hospital Field Training NOMI/ NEMTI B-300-2404 AV / Hearing Acuity EPMU B-300-0140
  5. 5. 4 NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION CODE (NEC) OPPORTUNITIES http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/8400-8499.htm http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/8700-8799.htm NEC/Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed 8401 Search and Rescue Medical Technician E3-E7 B-300-0075 8402 Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0001 8403 Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E8 B-300-2403 8404 Field Medical Service Technician E3-E9 B-300-0013 8406 Aerospace Medical Technician E3–E7 B-300-0017 8407 Radiation Health Technician E3-E7 B-322-0010 8408 Cardiovascular Technician E3-E7 B-300-0018 8409 Aerospace Physiology Technician E3-E7 B-305-0011 8410 Bio-Medical Equipment Technician E4-E8 B-326-1000 8416 Nuclear Medicine Technologist E4-E7 B-311-0015/16 8425 Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0019 8427 Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Corpsman E3-E6 B-010-1000 8432 Preventive Medicine Technician E3-E8 B-322-0012 8434 Hemodialysis/Apheresis Technician E4-E7 B-311-0022 8451 Basic X Ray Technician E3-E6 B-313-0025 8452 Advanced X Ray Technician E3-E7 B-313-0026 8454 Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist E3-E6 B-300-0043 8463 Optician E3-E8 B-311-0023 8466 Physical Therapy Technician E3-E6 B-303-0050/51 8467 Occupational Therapy Assistant E4-E7 B-303-0052/53 8472 Biomedical Photography Technician E4-E7 B 300 0300 8482 Pharmacy Technician E3-E7 B-312-0025 8483 Surgical Technologist E3-E6 B-301-0033 Otolaryngology E3-E6 B-330-0024 8485 Psychiatry Technician E3-E6 B-302-0046 8486 Urology Technician E3-E6 B-300-0025 8489 Orthopedic Cast Room Technician E3-E6 B-300-0141 8493 Medical Deep Sea Diving Technician E3-E7 A-433-0020 8494 Deep Sea Diving Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0022 8496 Mortician E3-E7 State License 8503 Histopathology Technician E3-E7 B-311-0039 8505 Cytotechnologist E3-E7 B-311-0036 8506 Medical Laboratory Technician, Advanced E3-E7 B-311-0018 8541 Respiratory Therapy Technician E3-E6 B-300-1423/24 **8701 Dental Assistant E1-E4 B-300-3300 8702 Advanced Dental Assistant E3-E7 B-330-1011 8708 Dental Hygienist E3-E7 B-330-0038 8752 Dental Laboratory Technician, Basic E3-E6 B-331-0016 8753 Dental Laboratory Technician, Advanced E4-E8 B-331-0017 8765 Dental Laboratory Technician, Maxillofacial E4-E7 B-331-0018 *Many NEC’s have prerequisites to apply. Some schools will waiver pay grade restrictions on a case by case basis. School details can be found on the CANTRAC. Be sure to discuss your intentions with your CCC and COC. ** This NEC is only attainable through accession. See your local recruiter or CCC.
  6. 6. 5 JOB DESCRIPTION Hospital Corpsman (HM) Assist health care providers in delivering medical care to armed service personnel and their families. Supervises personnel in the performance of clinical or ward duties; maintains health records; instructs medical and nonmedical personnel in general and emergency medical care and in self-administration of medications. Administers first aid; assist with physical examinations and makes basic clinical assessments; assists in the transportation of the sick and injured; maintains mechanical equipment and conducts health education training programs. They also perform medical administrative and clerical functions. Additionally, completion of Dental Assistant training allows Hospital Corpsman to perform diverse duties in the prevention and treatment of oral disease, injury and assist dental care professionals in providing quality dental care. Hospital Corpsman also serve with the Marine Corps rendering emergency and stabilization care in various combat environments while also providing administrative and technical assistance to support the mission and functions of operational units. RECOMMENDED BILLET ASSIGNMENTS As a member of the Navy’s largest rating, Hospital Corpsman (HM), you are exposed to a wide range of diverse training and Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) opportunities. Whether stationed at a deployable unit or Medical Treatment Facility (MTF), you have opportunities to perform a significant role as part of a larger team. Regardless of duty station, you are expected to be relied upon more by the personnel you serve. Seek out multiple opportunities to experience the different specialty areas and seek out OJT related to your areas of interest. Every effort should be made to choose orders that will provide the greatest opportunity to qualify for a warfare device. As a junior Corpsman, now is the time to take advantage of the broad opportunities that exist and seek challenging and diverse assignments that maintain your sea/shore rotation while also developing your skills and abilities.
  7. 7. 6 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (Completed at reporting 30 day Career Development Board) Command Address: ____________________________________________ QD Phone Number: _____________________ ____________________________________________ Division Officer: _______________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ Leading Chief Petty Officer: ______________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ Leading Petty Officer: ___________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ Sponsor/Mentor: _______________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ Depart/Division Career Counselor: ________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ ADSD: _________ REPORT DATE: __________ EAOS: ___________ PRD: _________ SEA / SHORE: _____/____ PAYGRADE E1/E2 (9 months time in service required for advancement to E-2 and E-3) PAYGRADE E3 (6 months time in service required to be eligible for advancement to E-4) Date Advanced: _________ Eligible Advancement Date: _______ Number of times up: ________ HYT Date: ___________ Security Clearance Level ________________ Date Last updated: ________________ Command INDOC complete_______ CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS: Use OPNAVINST 1040.11(ser) & Career Counselor Handbook NAVPERS 15878 Reason for Convening/Discussion Items: (Upon completion update (CIMS) Career Information Management System) Reporting (within 30 days for active duty or three drill weekends for SELRES) (Date Conducted): ____________ 6 Month: ____________ 12 Month: ____________ 24 Month: ___________36 Month:_________48 Month:____________ 60 Month: ___________ Special Program: ___________ Member Request: __________ HYT 24 months (Date): __________ HYT 12 months (Date): __________ HYT Waiver Date: _______Approve/Disapprove PTS 15 months to EAOS: _________ PTS 3rd roll over not approved: ___________ CMS/ID 13 months to PRD: _________ Rating Conversion: _________ Navy Formal Training Schools Request (“A”/”C”etc): _________ Transfer: _____________ Early Separation: ____________ Career Status Bonus (election message received):____________ Physical Fitness Test Failure: ___________ Advancement Center: Visit NKO Navy Advancement page located under the Career Management Tab (Items to collect/discuss: Bibliography for Advancement, Enlisted Advancement Exam Strategy Guide, Profile Sheets) Pass Not Advanced (PNA) 3 times: ___________ Standard Score 40 or less/failed: ____________ Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application & Administration Manual OPNAVINST 1420.1(series): Commissioning Programs Applications: _________ (prior to submission, command endorsement):______________ Seaman to Admiral 21 (STA-21) _____________ Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program (MECP) ______________ Naval Academy ________ Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) _________Officer Candidate School ____________ Career Management Calendar: https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/portal/careermanagement/home/careermanagementcalendar
  8. 8. 7 QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS Sea/Shore General Qualifications Watch Standing Qualifications Report Date Completion Date (If qualification is not required place N/A in this Block) Ship Board Fire Fighting Aviation Fire Fighting General Damage Control Advanced Damage Control 3M 301 3M 302 3M 303 3M 304 Messenger of the Watch (MOOW) Petty Officer of the Watch (POOW) Personal Qualifications Standard Mandatory warfare qualification for enlisted Sailors assigned to designated warfare qualifying commands: Warfare qualification programs Report Date Completion Date (If qualification is not required place N/A in this Block) Aviation Warfare Specialist Expeditionary Warfare Fleet Marine Forces Information Dominance Warfare Specialist SEABEE Combat Warfare Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman Submarine Specialist Surface Warfare Specialist Rate Specific/Department Qualifications (Add) Report Date Completion Date (If qualification is not required place N/A in this Block)
  9. 9. 8 CERTIFICATIONS The following post military occupations are similar to the HM-Hospital Corpsman Rating. For more information about these occupations, visit NAVY COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil. Occupation (Civilian Employer) Audio and Video Equipment Technicians Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians Commercial Divers Dental Assistants Dental Hygienists Dental Laboratory Technicians Embalmers Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health Film and Video Editors Funeral Attendants Funeral Service Managers Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists Medical and Health Services Managers Medical Assistants Medical Equipment Preparers Medical Equipment Repairers Medical Records and Health Information Technicians Neurodiagnostic Technologists Nuclear Medicine Technologists Nursing Assistants Occupational Health and Safety Specialists Occupational Health and Safety Technicians Occupational Therapy Aides Occupational Therapy Assistants Opticians, Dispensing Orderlies Pharmacy Technicians Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators Physical Therapist Aides Physical Therapist Assistants Physician Assistants Psychiatric Technicians Radiation Therapists Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary
  10. 10. 9 Respiratory Therapy Technicians Self-Enrichment Education Teachers Skincare Specialists Surgical Technologists Occupation (Federal Employer) 0018 - Safety and Occupational Health Management Series 0101 - Social Science Series 0102 - Social Science Aid and Technician Series 0180 - Psychology Series 0181 - Psychology Aid and Technician Series 0405 - Pharmacology Series 0601 - General Health Science Series 0603 - Physician Assistant Series 0610 - Nurse Series 0621 - Nursing Assistant Series 0622 - Medical Supply Aide and Technician Series 0625 - Autopsy Assistant Series 0630 - Dietitian and Nutritionist Series 0631 - Occupational Therapist Series 0633 - Physical Therapist Series 0635 - Kinesiotherapy Series 0636 - Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant Series 0638 - Recreation/Creative Arts Therapist Series 0639 - Educational Therapist Series 0640 - Health Aid and Technician Series 0642 - Nuclear Medicine Technician Series 0644 - Medical Technologist Series 0645 - Medical Technician Series 0646 - Pathology Technician Series 0647 - Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist Series 0648 - Therapeutic Radiologic Technologist Series 0650 - Medical Technical Assistant Series 0651 - Respiratory Therapist Series 0661 - Pharmacy Technician Series 0667 - Orthotist and Prosthetist Series 0668 - Podiatrist Series 0669 - Medical Records Administration Series 0670 - Health System Administration Series 0671 - Health System Specialist Series 0675 - Medical Records Technician Series 0679 - Medical Support Assistance Series 0680 - Dental Officer Series
  11. 11. 10 0681 - Dental Assistant Series 0682 - Dental Hygiene Series 0683 - Dental Laboratory Aid and Technician Series 0685 - Public Health Program Specialist Series 0690 - Industrial Hygiene Series 3511 - Laboratory Working Navy COOL: The following certifications and licenses are applicable to the HM rating. They may require additional education, training or experience. Target paygrade Certifying Agency Web Site Credential Title Completion date E5 American Academy of Medical Administrators (AAMA) Credentialed Member, American Academy of Medical Administrators (CAAMA) E3 American Association of Electrodiagnostic Technologists Registered Nerve Conduction Study Technologist (R.NCS.T.) E3 American Association of Psychiatric Technicians, Inc. Nationally Certified Psychiatric Technician 1 E4 American Association of Psychiatric Technicians, Inc. Nationally Certified Psychiatric Technician 2 E4 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Certified in Disaster Preparedness (CDP-I) E4 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Certified in Homeland Security Level I, II, & III (CHS-I, II, & III) E5 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Certified in Homeland Security Level IV (CHS-IV) E5 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Certified in Homeland Security Level V (CHS-V) E5 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Sensitive Security Information, Certified (SSI) E3 American Board of Opticianry (ABO)/National Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE) Contact Lens Registry Exam (CLRE) E3 American Board of Opticianry (ABO)/National Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE) National Opticianry Competency Exam (NOCE) E3 American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET) Registered Electroencephalographic Technologist (R. EEG T.) E3 American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET) Registered Evoked Potential Technician (R.EP T.) E3 American College of Sports Medicine ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist E3 American College of Sports Medicine ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist E5 American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) Certified Coding Associate (CCA) E3 American Medical Technologists Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) E3 American Medical Technologists Registered Dental Assistant (RDA) E3 American Medical Technologists Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) E3 American Medical Technologists Registered Phlebotomy Technician (RPT)
  12. 12. 11 E3 American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (Adult Echocardiography) (RDCS-AE) E3 American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (Pediatric Echocardiography) (RDCS-PE) E4 American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (Abdomen) (RDMS-A) E4 American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer - Obstetrics and Gynecology (RDMS-OB/GYN) E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Computed Tomography E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Nuclear Medicine Technology (RT(N)) E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Quality Management E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Radiation Therapy E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Radiography (RT(R)) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Cytotechnologist, CT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Histotechnician, HT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Histotechnologist, HTL(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Medical Laboratory Technician, MLT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Phlebotomy Technician, PBT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Specialist in Cytotechnology, SCT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Personnel (IRRSP) - Radioactive Materials E4 American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Personnel (IRRSP) - X-Ray E4 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician (CBET) E4 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Certified Laboratory Equipment Specialist (CLES) E4 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Certified Radiology Equipment Specialist E3 Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) Entry Level Tender/Diver E3 Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) Surface-supplied Air Diver E5 Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) Certified Safety Professional (CSP) E3 Board of Nephrology Examiners - Nursing and Technology Certified Hemodialysis Nurse (CHN) E3 Board of Nephrology Examiners - Nursing and Technology Certified Hemodialysis Technician (CHT) E4 Board of Pharmacy Specialties Nuclear Pharmacy E4 Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT) Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Certified Cardiographic Technician (CCT) E3 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Certified Rhythm Analysis Technician (CRAT)
  13. 13. 12 E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist (RCES) E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Registered Cardiac Sonographer (RCS) E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS) E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS) E4 Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD) Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Flexible Endoscope Reprocessor E4 Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD) Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Surgical Instrument Processor E4 Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD) Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Technician (SPDT) E4 Certification Board for Urologic Nurses and Associates Certified Urologic Associate E3 Commission on Paraoptometric Certification (AOA) Certified Paraoptometric E3 Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) E3 Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation Occupational Hearing Conservationist (OHC) E3 Dental Assisting National Board Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) E4 Electronics Technicians Association, International (ETA-I) Associate Electronics Technician (CETa) E4 Electronics Technicians Association, International (ETA-I) Biomedical Electronics Technician (BMD) E4 Electronics Technicians Association, International (ETA-I) Biomedical Imaging Equipment Technician (BIET) E6 Institute for Safety and Health Management Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) E4 International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE) Certification Examination for Competency in Cardiac Electrophysiology for the Allied Professional E4 International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE) Certification Examination for Competency in Cardiac Rhythm Device Therapy for the Allied Professional E3 International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET) Certified Electronics Technician - Associate-Level E3 International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET) Certified Electronics Technician - Journeyman- Level - Medical E4 Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations (JCNDE) National Board Dental Examination - Part I E4 Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations (JCNDE) National Board Dental Hygiene Exam (NBDHE) E3 Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board Certified Medical Dosimetrist E3 National Asthma Educator Certification board (NAECB) Certified Asthma Educator (AE-C) E3 National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology (NBC) Certified Dental Technician (CDT) E3 National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc. Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
  14. 14. 13 E3 National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc. Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR) E3 National Board for Certification of Orthopaedic Technologists Orthopaedic Technologist - Certified (OTC) E3 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Adult Critical Care Specialty Examination E3 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Certified Pulmonary Function Technologist (CPFT) E3 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) E3 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) E3 National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT) E3 National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology Diving Medical Technician (DMT) E3 National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) E3 National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) National Certified Phlebotomy Technician (NCPT) E3 National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. (NCSBN) National Council Licensure Examination for Practical/Vocational Nurses (NCLEX-PN) E6 National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. (NCSBN) National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) E3 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Certified Environmental Health Technician (CEHT) E3 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Certified Professional - Food Safety (CP-FS) E3 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian E3 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Registered Environmental Technician (RET) E4 National Healthcareer Association Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified EKG Technician (CET) E4 National Healthcareer Association Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Medical Laboratory Assistant (CMLA) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Operating Room/Surgical Technician (CORST) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Patient Care Technician/Associate/Nurse Technician (CPCT/CPCA/CNT) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) E3 National Phlebotomy Association (NPA) Certified Phlebotomists E3 National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Emergency Medical Technician - Basic E3 National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate/99 E4 National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists Registered Radiation Protection Technologist (RRPT)
  15. 15. 14 E3 National Surgical Assistant Association Certified Surgical Assistant (CSA) E4 Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) E4 Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board Nuclear Medicine Technologist (NMT) E3 Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) E5 World Safety Organization (WSO) Certified Safety Specialist (WSO-CSS) E5 World Safety Organization (WSO) Certified Safety Technician (WSO-CST) Visit Navy COOL https://www.cool.navy.mil for additional Credentials that you may qualify to earn; however funding may be limited to your GI bill or DANTES. (UNITED SERVICES MILITARY APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM): Apprenticeship Program Comp. date Dental Assistant (Medical Service) Dental-Equipment Installer And Servicer (Wholesale Trade) Dental-Laboratory Technician (Protective Devices) Electromedical Equipment Repairer (Any Industry) Electronics Tester Emergency Medical Technician Medical Laboratory Technician (Medical Service) Medical Secretary (Medical Service) Nurse Assistant (Medical Service) Paramedic (Medical Service) Pharmacist Assistant (Military Service) X-Ray Equipment Tester (Any Industry) Visit USMAP https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil/usmapss/static/usmap.jsp for additional information.
  16. 16. 15 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ STAY NAVY: REENLIST / EXTEND: Request Chit/Form: __________ Fleet Ride-Perform to Serve (PTS) Approval Message: ________ Selective Conversion and Reenlistment (SCORE): _____ Prior Service Reenlistment Eligibility – Reserve (PRISE-R):_____ Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR): ______ Guaranteed Assignment in Detailing (GUARD 2000): ______ School as a Reenlistment Incentive: ______ Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID): _______ Medical/Dental Screening: _______ Command Recommendation (evaluation): _______ Bonus: ______ Ceremony: _______ FLEET RIDE (FR) PERFORM-TO-SERVE (PTS): The Command Career Counselor is your local advocate to assist you with the FR/PTS application process.  E3-E6 Sailors with less than 14 years of service must submit a FR/PTS application, regardless of reenlistment intentions.  Applications must be submitted no later than 12 months prior to expiration of active obligated service (EAOS) or projected rotation date (PRD) if obligated service is required, whichever occurs first.  Sailors may submit PTS applications up to 12 months prior to EAOS/PRD. (under special circumstances)  Applications for selected reserve (SELRES) quotas may be submitted between 12 months and 3 months prior to EAOS  Monthly reenlistment quotas are limited and must be reserved for our best and brightest Sailors who desire to Stay Navy. Sailors must choose one of the following based on their desires an qualifications:  Reenlist-in-Rate,  Reenlist-in-Rate or Convert to another rating  Convert to another rating (only)  SELRES option  Upon completion of the monthly process, PTS results will be available to command users via PTS Monthly report section of the FleetRIDE/PTS program.  Additional guidance can be found in MILPERSMAN 1440-060 and NAVADMIN 352/10, see your Career Counselor TRANSFER: 15 Months 12 Months 9 Months 6 Months Orders Received PTS_______ PTS _________ PTS ________ Accept Orders________ Screening_____ Exception Family Member____ EFM_________ CMS/ID_____ Reverse Sponsor______ Obligate______ CMS/ID______ CMS/ID______ SRB________ Relocation (FFSC) ____ Bonus________ Continuous Overseas Tours (COT) _______ Medical/Dental_______ Overseas Tour Extension Incentive Program (OTEIP) ________ SRB_______ For additional assistance in transfer and relocation, go to the Military HOMEFRONT website; http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/Pages/default.aspx and visit your Fleet and Family Support Center on base. SEPARATING/RETIRE: 18 -12 months 6 months 90 days 30 days Transition GPS _____________ MED/DEN _____________ Copy of Records_______ Copy of Records _____ Complete DD2648PSD_________ Relocation ______________ Microfiche CD________ PSD________________ Transition Planning____________ Relocation Services (FFSC) _____ Arrange Ceremony______ MED/DEN __________ Reserve Affiliation_____________ Request Leave / PTDY _______ VA/DVA_____________________ PHYSICAL FITNESS: Participate in a year-round physical fitness program to meet Navy fitness and BCA standards. Review and verify accuracy of PFA data in PRIMS within 60 days of the PFA cycle. (PRIMS is accessible through your BUPERS Online Account) Height________ Weight________ If Required (Neck_______ Waist________ Hips (Female) _______ BCA _________) Last 2 PRT Cycles: Curl-ups_____/_____ Push-ups______/_____ Run/Swim/Cardio_____/____ Overall Score_____/______ List date (if) any PRT/BCA failure(s) over the last 5 years _______/______ List if any Medical Waiver(s)_______/________ For more information on Navy Fitness, visit: http://www.navyfitness.org/
  17. 17. 16 PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION (Resident and non-resident coursework designed to enhance a Sailor’s general military professional knowledge and abilities) EDUCATION: (Prior to considering any pursuit of off duty education or program enrollment VISIT YOUR NAVY COLLEGE OFFICE or call the Virtual Education Center (VEC)!!!) Education Plan Completed (Navy College Office/VEC _____________________Current Education Level_______________ Degree Goal__________________________________________________________________________________________ **Various distance learning degree options are available using, Sailor and Marine Online Academic Advisor (SMOLAA )** Goal: Date: AA/AS _____________ BA/BS ________________ Master _______________ Doctorate _________________ (Credits to earn a degree - AA/AS: 60 SH/90 QH, BA/BS: 120 SH/180, QH, Master /Doctorate: Variable based on program) Number of current credits ______________ American Council on Education (ACE) recommended credits_______________ SOCNAV Agreement_________ SMART Transcripts_________ HS Transcripts__________ College Transcripts_________ Date Degree Obtained: AA/AS ________ BA/BS ________ Master _______ Doctorate ________ For entry into SMART, Send official transcripts to: Center for Personal and Professional Development Attn: Virtual Education Center 1905 Regulus Avenue, Ste. 234 Virginia Beach VA 23461-2009 Phone: 1-877-838-1659 Comm: 757-492-4684 FAX: 757-492-5095 DSN: 492-4684 Email: VEC@navy.mil VOLUNTARY EDUCATION (Study guides and exam preparations and practice test located on NKO) Academic skills ______ NCPACE ______CLEP _______DSST _______TA ______MGIB _______Post 9/11 GIB________ E1/E2 REQUIRED NAVY PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed Required General Military Training (GMT) Command Delivered Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course Command Delivered CPPD-LEAD-09-001 20 Hours Driving for Life NKO CPD-DFL-01 5 Hours DON/DOD Information Assurance Training NKO DOD-IAA-V10.0 1 Hour Trafficking in Persons Basic Awareness Training NKO jkddc-tip-2.0 4 Hours ATFP Level I Awareness for Service Members (CONUS) NKO CANSF-ATFP- CONUS-1.0 1 Hour ATFP Level I Awareness Training for Overseas Service Member (OCONUS) NKO CANSF-ATFP- OCONUS-1 1 Hour Alcohol Aware Command Delivered S-501-0160 4 Hours Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Training NKO DoD-PII-2.0 Ethics Training Command Delivered Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Fleet Command Delivered
  18. 18. 17 E1/E2 REQUIRED COMMUNITY PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed Hospital Corpsman Rate Training Manual Navy Advancement Center NAVEDTRA 14295A Customer Service NRTC NAVEDTRA 14056 Immunization Basic Course NMO MILVAX TRICARE Fundamentals TRICARE UNIVERSITY MHS HIPAA courses https://mhslearn.csd.disa.mil/ ilearn/en/learner/mhs/portal/ home.jsp CBRNE Operator/responder’s course DMRTI/ E-LEARNING NMETC-CBRNE-ORC-2.0 BLS Healthcare Provider Course Local CMD Navy Enlisted Occupational Standards http://www.npc.navy.mil/ NAVPERS 18068F E1/E2 RECOMMENDED NAVY PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed Recommended General military Training (GMT) Command Delivered Introductory Enlisted Professional Military Education (IEPME) NKO Military DON/ PME 20 Hours Total Block 1 Introductory EPME - Introduction NKO IEPME-INTRO-B1 0 Block 2 Introductory EPME - History and Traditions NKO IEPME-INTRO-B2 1 Hour Block 3 Introductory EPME - Enlisted Professionalism NKO IEPME-INTRO-B3 5 Hours Block 4 Introductory EPME - Policy and the Navy NKO IEPME-INTRO-B4 5 Hours Block 5 Introductory EPME - Planning for Operations NKO IEPME-INTRO-B5 5 Hours Block 6 Introductory EPME - Regional and Cultural Awareness NKO IEPME-INTRO-B6 3 Hours Block 7 Introductory EPME - Technology in the Maritime Domain NKO IEPME-INTRO-B7 1 Hour Block 8 Introductory EPME - Conclusion NKO IEPME-INTRO-B8 0 Cultural Awareness NKO or College Course Foreign Language and Culture 45 hrs Eng 101 College Course 45 hrs Eng Reading College Course 45 hrs Eng Writing College Course 45 hrs Math College Course 45 hrs Speech College Course 45 hrs Navy Reserve Fundamentals for Active Duty Course NKO NAVRESFOR-NRF-2.0 10 hrs ORM All Navy Fundamentals NKO CPD-GMT07-011 1 hour Nutrition NKO NMHCI2107V2.1 1 hour Personal Financial Management NKO CPD-PFM-1.0 8 hours College/Certification Testing Programs Reviews NKO PREVENT Command Delivered S-501-0150 24 Hours Courses With Recommended Reserve Points: Click this link for an Excel file of all Navy E-Learning courses offering "RECOMMENDED" reserve points. NOTE: Commander Navy Reserve Forces (CNRF) N7 determines the number of reserve points awarded for completion of a course taken on Navy E-Learning. This listing should only be used as a guide and is subject to change by direction of CNFR N7. Navy E-Learning has no control over how many, if any, reserve points are eventually awarded for the completion of a course. All questions concerning the award of reserve points should be directed to CNFR N7. https://ile-lms-cont01.E-Learning.navy.mil/training/Courses_With_Recommended_Reserve_Points.xls
  19. 19. 18 RECOMMENDED RESERVE PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed NROWS Orders Administration Course E-Learning R-500-0140/02PG 8 Hrs Naval Reserve Center Commanding Officer Officer In Charge E-Learning CNRFC-COOIC-1.0 8 Hrs Guidance for Mobilization E-Learning CNRFC-GMB-1.1 4 Hrs Military Sealift Command 101 E-Learning CNRFC-MSC101 24 Hrs Non-Prior Service Accession Program E-Learning CNRFC-NPSAP-2 23 Hrs RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed 13 Heat Stress Program Fundamentals-WBGT E-Learning CNE-BECC-0130 Heat Stress Afloat E-Learning NMETC-HSA-001 Environmental Injuries E-Learning NMHCI4207V2 Plant Pest and Vegetation Management B-322-1071 Arthropod and Vertebrate Pest Management B-322-1072 DoD Pest Management Recertification B-322-1074 Shipboard Pest Management B-322-1075 Operational Entomology Training B-322-1077 Casualty Treatment Training Course B-330-0012 DoD Smallpox Vaccination NMO MILVAX TRICARE Reserve Select Course TRICARE UNIVERSITY Navy Trauma Training Center *Navy Trauma Training Center NOMI Aviation Medicine for the IDC E-Learning B-AVIDC-001 Triage and Surgical Procedures E-Learning CNET10090 How to Identify and Provide Non-Surgical Treatment of Airway Obstruction E-Learning CNET11439 Burn Casualty Management E-Learning CNET12623 Envenomations and Poisonings Reference E-Learning CNET12639 Differentiation Among Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Warfare Casualties E-Learning CNET9192 Deployable Medical Systems ( DepMeds ) Readiness Training E-Learning NMETC-DMS-01 Health Aspects of Marine Sanitation Devices E-Learning NMETC-HAMSD-1.0 Hearing Conservation E-Learning NMETC-HC-001 Heat Stress Afloat E-Learning NMETC-HSA-001 Navy Medicine Public Affairs--120 Day Survival Kit E-Learning NMETC-NMPA-1 Optician Sustainment Training E-Learning NMETC-OST-3 Water Sanitation Afloat E-Learning NMETC-WSA-010 FDPMU Orientation Training Course (U) E-Learning NMFDPMU1081 Navy Health Promotions Basics Course Level 1 E-Learning NMHPB081 HRO - 120 Day Survival Kit E-Learning NMHRO071 Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Course E-Learning NMSAPR071 Operational Medicine 2007 E-Learning opMED2007 Virtual NH courses by systems Virtual Naval Hospital www.vnh.org ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ NAVY PROFESSIONAL READING PROGRAM (PRP): The purpose of the Reading Program is to facilitate the professional and personal development of all Sailors. For additional information on changes, refer to NAVADMIN 309/12 or visit http://navyreading.dodlive.mil/ or http://navy.lib.overdrive.com/ or https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil
  20. 20. 19 ESSENTIAL READING WARFIGHTING FIRST Completed 1812: The Navy’s War by George C. Daughan Cyber War by Richard A. Clarke SEAL of Honor by Gary Williams Shield and Sword edited by Edward J. Marolda and Robert J. Schneller Jr. More The Gamble by Thomas E. Ricks Wake of the Wahoo by Forest J. Sterling OPERATE FORWARD Completed The Crisis of Islam by Bernard Lewis Execute Against Japan by LT Joel Holwitt, USN Monsoon by Robert Kaplan Neptune’s Inferno by James D. Hornfischer Red Star Over the Pacific by Toshi Yoshihara and James Holmes The Man From Pakistan by Catherine Collins and Douglas Frantz BE READY Completed A Sailor’s History of the U.S. Navy by Thomas Cutler In the Shadow of Greatness by Joshua Welle, John Ennis, Katherine Kranz and Graham Plaster Navigating the Seven Seas by Melvin G. Williams, Sr. and Melvin G. Williams, Jr. The Morality of War by Brian Orend Time Management From The Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern Wired for War by P.W. Singer 24 additional books are categorized as "recommended reading," and are available as electronic books (e-books). Many can be downloaded at no cost through the Navy general library program site on Navy Knowledge On-line (NKO). The entire list, with book summaries and additional information is available at http://navyreading.dodlive.mil/ The CNO-PRP has been streamlined to make our Navy's reading program more interactive, affordable, and wherever possible, electronically accessible. To that end: a number of the titles will be available for free at the NKO portal at https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil Click on the reference tab, then e-library audio and e-books tab. In order to download books, an "overdrive" account is required. On the top right, click on the overdrive window, follow the prompts, then not only are the PRP books available, but hundreds of other items. Security restrictions preclude downloading via Navy owned computers, so downloading them to personally-owned devices will be required. RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY READING Title Completed Flags of our Fathers, by James Bradley Doc: Heroic Stories of Medics, Corpsmen, and Surgeons in Combat, by Mark R. Littleton Corpsman up, by Paul Baviello A Corpsman’s Legacy: He continues to Heal Others Through a Daughter He never Knew, by Stephanie Hanson Corpsman Up!, by Charlie ‘Doc’ Rose Not On My Watch: The 21st Century Combat Medic, by Joshua M. Peters, Joshua R. Fansler On Call In Hell: A Doctor’s Iraq War Story, by CDR Richard Jadick A Doctor Looks at War: My Year in Iraq, by Michael C. Hodges Medics at War: Military Medicine from Colonial Times to the 21st Century, by John T. Greenwood, F. Clifton Berry Jr. Medic!: How I Fought World War II with Morphine, Sulfa, and Iodine Swabs, by Robert “Doc Joe” Franklin Combat Medic: World war II, by John A. Kerner Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10, by Marcus Luttrell, Patrick Robinson My Men Are My Heroes: the Brad Kasal Story, by Nathaniel R. Helms In the Company Of Heroes, by Michael J. Durant Combat Corpsman, by Greg McPartlin
  21. 21. 20 REFERENCES Navy Enlisted Learning and Development Programs:  Learning and Development Roadmap for Enlisted Sailors, OPNAVINST 1500.77(series)  Navy Retention and Career Development Program, OPNAVINST 1040.11(series)  Career Counselor Handbook, NAVPERS 15878  Command Sponsor and Indoctrination Program OPNAVINST 1740.3(series) (Sponsor assigned within 10 days of orders received / Indoctrination completed as soon as possible and practicable but NLT 90 days)  Command Sponsorship of Dependents at Overseas Duty MILPERSMAN 1300-150 to 1300-210  Guaranteed Assignment Retention Detailing Program GUARD 2000, MILPERSMAN 1306-1002/1004  Navy Enlisted Warfare Qualification Program OPNAVINST 1414.9 (series)  Master Training Specialists (MTS) NETCINST 1500.2(series)  Command Master Chief Program OPNAVINST 1306.2 (series Reenlistments and Extensions:  Agreement of Enlisted Naval Reservist, Inductees and Fleet Reservists to remain on Active Duty MILPERSMAN 1160-060  Extension of Enlistment MILPERSMAN 1160-040  Overseas Tour Extension Incentives Program (OTEIP) MILPERSMAN 1306-300  Consecutive Overseas Tours (COT) Leave Travel Entitlement Policy MILPERSMAN 1050-410  Perform to Serve (PTS) MILPERSMAN 1440-060  Reenlistment Ceremony MILPERSMAN 1160-020  Reenlistment Leave MILPERSMAN 1050-040  Required Counseling upon Enlistment and Reenlistment MILPERSMAN 1160-031  Selective Conversion and Reenlistment (SCORE) Program MILPERSMAN 1160-090  Selective Reenlistment Bonus (Use Latest SRB NAVADMIN)  Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR) Program MILPERSMAN 1160-100  School as a Reenlistment Incentive MILPERSMAN 1306-1006 Fleet Reserve and Retirements:  Casualties and Survivor Benefits (SBP) MILPERSMAN 1770 to 1770-250 OPNAVINST 1750.5  Disability Retirement MILPERSMAN 1850-020 to 1850-040  Fleet Reserve and Retirement MILPERSMAN 1800-010 to 1800-070  Household Goods and Personal Property (PCS and Retirees) MILPERSMAN 4050-010 to 020  Permissive Temporary Duty (PTDY) MILPERSMAN 1320-220  Transition Assistance Management Program OPNAVINST 1900.2(series) (Initiate a DD-2648-1 NLT 90 Days Prior to Separation and attend workshop 12 months prior to separation/Fleet Reserve/Retirement date) Enlisted Administrative Separations:  Alcohol Rehabilitation Failure MILPERSMAN 1910-152  Drug Abuse MILPERSMAN 1910-146  Early release to further education MILPERSMAN 1910-108  Enlisted Administrative Separation Policy MILPERSMAN 1910-010 to 1910-812  Fraudulent Enlistment MILPERSMAN 1910-134  High Year Tenure (HYT) AC MILPERSMAN 1160-120 / RC 1160-130  Misconduct (various reasons) MILPERSMAN 1910-138/140/142  Parenthood and Pregnancy SECNAVINST 1000.10(series) & MILPERSMAN 1910-124  Personality Disorder MILPERSMAN 1910-122  Physical Fitness Assessment Failure MILPERSMAN 1910-170  Serious Offense MILPERSMAN 1910-142  Unsatisfactory Performance MILPERSMAN 1910-156
  22. 22. 21 Advancement & Service Schools:  Advancement BUPERSINST 1430.16(series)  Accelerated Advancement MILPERSMAN 1430-010  Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application & Administration Manual OPNAVINST 1420.1(series)  Service Schools 1306-600/602/604/608  Class “A” School & Rating Entry Requirements MILPERSMAN 1306-618  Retesting with the Armed Forces Classification Test version of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) MILPERSMAN 1236-010  Professional Apprenticeship Tracks Program (PACT) NAVADMIN 318/07 Education:  Joint Chiefs Professional Military Education (PME) Manual 1805.01  Navy Voluntary Education Program (Navy Campus) OPNAVINST 1560.9(series)  Tuition Assistance Management Controls NAVADMIN 161/07 / NETC LTR Execution Guidelines 1560 Ser N00178, Aug 07  Navy Credentialing Program OPNAVINST 1540.56  Uniformed Services Military Apprenticeship Programs OPNAVINST 1560.10(series) Other Quick References:  Awards Manual (SECNAV 1650.1(Series)  Change in Rank, Rate or Rating MILPERSMAN 1440-010 to 1440-050  Department of the Navy Correspondence Manual (SECNAV M-5216.5 (Series)  Drug and Alcohol Prevention Control Program OPNAVINST 5350.4(series)  Exchange of Duty (SWAPS) MILPERSMAN 1306-700  First Term Personnel Assignment Policy MILPERSMAN 1306-126  Individual Augmentation (IA) Policy and Procedures OPNAVINST 1001.21(series)  Military Couple and Single Parent Assignment Policy MILPERSMAN 1300-1000  Military Pay MILPERSMAN 7220-010 to 7220-390  Naval Performance Evaluation System BUPERSINST 1610.10 (Series)  Overseas tour Extensions MILPERSMAN 1300-310  Physical Readiness Program OPNAVINST 6110.1(series) / MILPERSMAN 6100-6199  Reassignment for Humanitarian reasons (HUMS) MILPERSMAN 1300-500  Standard Policy and Procedures for the Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) & 1 year Recall Program OPNAVINST 1001.20(series)  Operational Risk Management OPNAVINST 3500.39C  Navy Personnel Qualifications Manual NAVEDTRA 43100-6M
  23. 23. 22 HOSPITALMAN (HN) APPRENTICE LEVEL NAME____________________________________________ SKILL TRAINING (Schools, courses and assignments directly related to occupation) REQUIRED SKILL TRAINING Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE/ACE ID Course Length Date Completed Hospital Corpsman Course Great Lakes, IL B-300-0010 Dental Assistant Great Lakes, IL B-300-3311 HMSB Local CMD ExMed. - Combat related field skills E-Learning NMEMCRFS061 ExMed. - Non-Combat related field skills E-Learning NMEMNCRFS061 ExMed. - Patient Movement E-Learning NMEMPATMOV061 ExMed. - Shipboard Operations E-Learning N MEMSHIPOP061 ExMed. - Tactical Combat Casualty Care E-Learning NMEMTCCC061 *Enlisted Warfare Qualification* *Required if afforded the opportunity RECOMMENDED SKILL TRAINING Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE/ACE ID Course Length Date Completed Hospital Corpsman Rate Training Manual Navy Advancement Center NAVEDTRA 14295A OEMS FMTB East/West TCCC Local CMD B-300-4010 Prophylactic tech Local CMD training *Cold Weather Medicine NOMI Pensacola B-300-0036 * Mountain Medicine NOMI Pensacola MMED B-300-0023 *Surface Force Medical Indoc Japan, San Diego, Portsmouth B-300-1000 *MRRS + SAMS SPAWAR *Field Mgmt. of Chem & Bio Casualties Course USAMRICD Aberdeen Md USAMRICD or B-6H- 3001 Fleet Hospital I & O Local Fleet Hospital Fleet Hospital Field Training NOMI/ NEMTI B-300-2404 AV / Hearing Acuity EPMU B-300-0140 * Billet specific
  24. 24. 23 NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION CODE (NEC) OPPORTUNITIES http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/8400-8499.htm http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/8700-8799.htm NEC/Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed 8401 Search and Rescue Medical Technician E3-E7 B-300-0075 8402 Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0001 8403 Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E8 B-300-2403 8404 Field Medical Service Technician E3-E9 B-300-0013 8406 Aerospace Medical Technician E3–E7 B-300-0017 8407 Radiation Health Technician E3-E7 B-322-0010 8408 Cardiovascular Technician E3-E7 B-300-0018 8409 Aerospace Physiology Technician E3-E7 B-305-0011 8410 Bio-Medical Equipment Technician E4-E8 B-326-1000 8416 Nuclear Medicine Technologist E4-E7 B-311-0015/16 8425 Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0019 8427 Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Corpsman E3-E6 B-010-1000 8432 Preventive Medicine Technician E3-E8 B-322-0012 8434 Hemodialysis/Apheresis Technician E4-E7 B-311-0022 8451 Basic X Ray Technician E3-E6 B-313-0025 8452 Advanced X Ray Technician E3-E7 B-313-0026 8454 Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist E3-E6 B-300-0043 8463 Optician E3-E8 B-311-0023 8466 Physical Therapy Technician E3-E6 B-303-0050/51 8467 Occupational Therapy Assistant E4-E7 B-303-0052/53 8472 Biomedical Photography Technician E4-E7 B 300 0300 8482 Pharmacy Technician E3-E7 B-312-0025 8483 Surgical Technologist E3-E6 B-301-0033 Otolaryngology E3-E6 B-330-0024 8485 Psychiatry Technician E3-E6 B-302-0046 8486 Urology Technician E3-E6 B-300-0025 8489 Orthopedic Cast Room Technician E3-E6 B-300-0141 8493 Medical Deep Sea Diving Technician E3-E7 A-433-0020 8494 Deep Sea Diving Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0022 8496 Mortician E3-E7 State License 8503 Histopathology Technician E3-E7 B-311-0039 8505 Cytotechnologist E3-E7 B-311-0036 8506 Medical Laboratory Technician, Advanced E3-E7 B-311-0018 8541 Respiratory Therapy Technician E3-E6 B-300-1423/24 **8701 Dental Assistant E1-E4 B-300-3300 8702 Advanced Dental Assistant E3-E7 B-330-1011 8708 Dental Hygienist E3-E7 B-330-0038 8752 Dental Laboratory Technician, Basic E3-E6 B-331-0016 8753 Dental Laboratory Technician, Advanced E4-E8 B-331-0017 8765 Dental Laboratory Technician, Maxillofacial E4-E7 B-331-0018 *Many NEC’s have prerequisites to apply. Some schools will waiver pay grade restrictions on a case by case basis. School details can be found on the CANTRAC. Be sure to discuss your intentions with your CCC and COC. ** This NEC is only attainable through accession. See your local recruiter or CCC.
  25. 25. 24 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ JOB DESCRIPTION Hospital Corpsman (HM) Assist health care providers in delivering medical care to armed service personnel and their families. Supervises personnel in the performance of clinical or ward duties; maintains health records; instructs medical and nonmedical personnel in general and emergency medical care and in self-administration of medications. Administers first aid; assist with physical examinations and makes basic clinical assessments; assists in the transportation of the sick and injured; maintains mechanical equipment and conducts health education training programs. They also perform medical administrative and clerical functions. Additionally, completion of Dental Assistant training allows Hospital Corpsman to perform diverse duties in the prevention and treatment of oral disease, injury and assist dental care professionals in providing quality dental care. Hospital Corpsman also serve with the Marine Corps rendering emergency and stabilization care in various combat environments while also providing administrative and technical assistance to support the mission and functions of operational units. RECOMMENDED BILLET ASSIGNMENTS As a member of the Navy’s largest rating, Hospital Corpsman (HM); you are exposed to a wide range of diverse training and Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) opportunities. Whether stationed at a deployable unit or Medical Treatment Facility (MTF), you have opportunities to perform a significant role as part of a larger team. Regardless of duty station, you are expected to be relied upon more by the personnel you serve. Seek out multiple opportunities to experience the different specialty areas and seek out OJT related to your areas of interest. Every effort should be made to choose orders that will provide the greatest opportunity to qualify for a warfare device. As a HN, now is the time to take advantage of the broad opportunities that exist and seek challenging and diverse assignments that maintain your sea/shore rotation while also developing your skills and abilities.
  26. 26. 25 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (Completed at reporting 30 day Career Development Board) Command Address: ____________________________________________ QD Phone Number: _____________________ ____________________________________________ Division Officer: _______________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ Leading Chief Petty Officer: ______________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ Leading Petty Officer: ___________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ Sponsor/Mentor: _______________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ Depart/Division Career Counselor: ________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________ ADSD: _________ REPORT DATE: __________ EAOS: ___________ PRD: _________ SEA / SHORE: _____/____ PAYGRADE E3 (6 months time in service required to be eligible for advancement to E-4) Date Advanced: _________ Eligible Advancement Date: _______ Number of times up: ________ HYT Date: ___________ Security Clearance Level ________________ Date Last updated: ________________ Command INDOC complete_______ CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS: Use OPNAVINST 1040.11(ser) & Career Counselor Handbook NAVPERS 15878 Reason for Convening/Discussion Items: (Upon completion update (CIMS) Career Information Management System) Reporting (within 30 days for active duty or three drill weekends for SELRES) (Date Conducted): ____________ 6 Month: ____________ 12 Month: ____________ 24 Month: ___________36 Month:_________48 Month:____________ 60 Month: ___________ Special Program: ___________ Member Request: __________ HYT 24 months (Date): __________ HYT 12 months (Date): __________ HYT Waiver Date: _______Approve/Disapprove PTS 15 months to EAOS: _________ PTS 3rd roll over not approved: ___________ CMS/ID 13 months to PRD: _________ Rating Conversion: _________ Navy Formal Training Schools Request (“A”/”C”etc): _________ Transfer: _____________ Early Separation: ____________ Career Status Bonus (election message received):____________ Physical Fitness Test Failure: ___________ Advancement Center: Visit NKO Navy Advancement page located under the Career Management Tab (Items to collect/discuss: Bibliography for Advancement, Enlisted Advancement Exam Strategy Guide, Profile Sheets) Pass Not Advanced (PNA) 3 times: ___________ Standard Score 40 or less/failed: ____________ Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application & Administration Manual OPNAVINST 1420.1(series): Commissioning Programs Applications: _________ (prior to submission, command endorsement):______________ Seaman to Admiral 21 (STA-21) _____________ Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program (MECP) ______________ Naval Academy ________ Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) _________Officer Candidate School ____________ Career Management Calendar: https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/portal/careermanagement/home/careermanagementcalendar
  27. 27. 26 QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS Sea/Shore General Qualifications Watch Standing Qualifications Report Date Completion Date (If qualification is not required place N/A in this Block) Ship Board Fire Fighting Aviation Fire Fighting General Damage Control Advanced Damage Control 3M 301 3M 302 3M 303 3M 304 Messenger of the Watch (MOOW) Petty Officer of the Watch (POOW) Personal Qualifications Standard Mandatory warfare qualification for enlisted Sailors assigned to designated warfare qualifying commands: Warfare qualification programs Report Date Completion Date (If qualification is not required place N/A in this Block) Aviation Warfare Specialist Expeditionary Warfare Fleet Marine Forces Information Dominance Warfare Specialist SEABEE Combat Warfare Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman Submarine Specialist Surface Warfare Specialist Rate Specific/Department Qualifications (Add) Report Date Completion Date (If qualification is not required place N/A in this Block)
  28. 28. 27 CERTIFICATIONS The following post military occupations are similar to the HM-Hospital Corpsman Rating. For more information about these occupations, visit NAVY COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil. Occupation (Civilian Employer) Audio and Video Equipment Technicians Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians Commercial Divers Dental Assistants Dental Hygienists Dental Laboratory Technicians Embalmers Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health Film and Video Editors Funeral Attendants Funeral Service Managers Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists Medical and Health Services Managers Medical Assistants Medical Equipment Preparers Medical Equipment Repairers Medical Records and Health Information Technicians Neurodiagnostic Technologists Nuclear Medicine Technologists Nursing Assistants Occupational Health and Safety Specialists Occupational Health and Safety Technicians Occupational Therapy Aides Occupational Therapy Assistants Opticians, Dispensing Orderlies Pharmacy Technicians Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators Physical Therapist Aides Physical Therapist Assistants Physician Assistants Psychiatric Technicians Radiation Therapists Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary
  29. 29. 28 Respiratory Therapy Technicians Self-Enrichment Education Teachers Skincare Specialists Surgical Technologists Occupation (Federal Employer) 0018 - Safety and Occupational Health Management Series 0101 - Social Science Series 0102 - Social Science Aid and Technician Series 0180 - Psychology Series 0181 - Psychology Aid and Technician Series 0405 - Pharmacology Series 0601 - General Health Science Series 0603 - Physician Assistant Series 0610 - Nurse Series 0621 - Nursing Assistant Series 0622 - Medical Supply Aide and Technician Series 0625 - Autopsy Assistant Series 0630 - Dietitian and Nutritionist Series 0631 - Occupational Therapist Series 0633 - Physical Therapist Series 0635 - Kinesiotherapy Series 0636 - Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant Series 0638 - Recreation/Creative Arts Therapist Series 0639 - Educational Therapist Series 0640 - Health Aid and Technician Series 0642 - Nuclear Medicine Technician Series 0644 - Medical Technologist Series 0645 - Medical Technician Series 0646 - Pathology Technician Series 0647 - Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist Series 0648 - Therapeutic Radiologic Technologist Series 0650 - Medical Technical Assistant Series 0651 - Respiratory Therapist Series 0661 - Pharmacy Technician Series 0667 - Orthotist and Prosthetist Series 0668 - Podiatrist Series 0669 - Medical Records Administration Series 0670 - Health System Administration Series 0671 - Health System Specialist Series 0675 - Medical Records Technician Series 0679 - Medical Support Assistance Series 0680 - Dental Officer Series
  30. 30. 29 0681 - Dental Assistant Series 0682 - Dental Hygiene Series 0683 - Dental Laboratory Aid and Technician Series 0685 - Public Health Program Specialist Series 0690 - Industrial Hygiene Series 3511 - Laboratory Working Navy COOL: The following certifications and licenses are applicable to the HM rating. They may require additional education, training or experience. Target paygrade Certifying Agency Web Site Credential Title Completion date E5 American Academy of Medical Administrators (AAMA) Credentialed Member, American Academy of Medical Administrators (CAAMA) E3 American Association of Electrodiagnostic Technologists Registered Nerve Conduction Study Technologist (R.NCS.T.) E3 American Association of Psychiatric Technicians, Inc. Nationally Certified Psychiatric Technician 1 E4 American Association of Psychiatric Technicians, Inc. Nationally Certified Psychiatric Technician 2 E4 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Certified in Disaster Preparedness (CDP-I) E4 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Certified in Homeland Security Level I, II, & III (CHS-I, II, & III) E5 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Certified in Homeland Security Level IV (CHS-IV) E5 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Certified in Homeland Security Level V (CHS-V) E5 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS) Sensitive Security Information, Certified (SSI) E3 American Board of Opticianry (ABO)/National Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE) Contact Lens Registry Exam (CLRE) E3 American Board of Opticianry (ABO)/National Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE) National Opticianry Competency Exam (NOCE) E3 American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET) Registered Electroencephalographic Technologist (R. EEG T.) E3 American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET) Registered Evoked Potential Technician (R.EP T.) E3 American College of Sports Medicine ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist E3 American College of Sports Medicine ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist E5 American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) Certified Coding Associate (CCA) E3 American Medical Technologists Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) E3 American Medical Technologists Registered Dental Assistant (RDA) E3 American Medical Technologists Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) E3 American Medical Technologists Registered Phlebotomy Technician (RPT)
  31. 31. 30 E3 American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (Adult Echocardiography) (RDCS-AE) E3 American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (Pediatric Echocardiography) (RDCS-PE) E4 American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (Abdomen) (RDMS-A) E4 American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer - Obstetrics and Gynecology (RDMS-OB/GYN) E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Computed Tomography E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Nuclear Medicine Technology (RT(N)) E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Quality Management E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Radiation Therapy E4 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Radiography (RT(R)) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Cytotechnologist, CT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Histotechnician, HT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Histotechnologist, HTL(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Medical Laboratory Technician, MLT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Phlebotomy Technician, PBT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Specialist in Cytotechnology, SCT(ASCP) E4 American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Personnel (IRRSP) - Radioactive Materials E4 American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Personnel (IRRSP) - X-Ray E4 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician (CBET) E4 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Certified Laboratory Equipment Specialist (CLES) E4 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Certified Radiology Equipment Specialist E3 Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) Entry Level Tender/Diver E3 Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) Surface-supplied Air Diver E5 Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) Certified Safety Professional (CSP) E3 Board of Nephrology Examiners - Nursing and Technology Certified Hemodialysis Nurse (CHN) E3 Board of Nephrology Examiners - Nursing and Technology Certified Hemodialysis Technician (CHT) E4 Board of Pharmacy Specialties Nuclear Pharmacy E4 Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT) Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Certified Cardiographic Technician (CCT) E3 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Certified Rhythm Analysis Technician (CRAT)
  32. 32. 31 E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist (RCES) E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Registered Cardiac Sonographer (RCS) E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS) E4 Cardiovascular Credentialing International Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS) E4 Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD) Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Flexible Endoscope Reprocessor E4 Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD) Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Surgical Instrument Processor E4 Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD) Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Technician (SPDT) E4 Certification Board for Urologic Nurses and Associates Certified Urologic Associate E3 Commission on Paraoptometric Certification (AOA) Certified Paraoptometric E3 Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) E3 Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation Occupational Hearing Conservationist (OHC) E3 Dental Assisting National Board Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) E4 Electronics Technicians Association, International (ETA-I) Associate Electronics Technician (CETa) E4 Electronics Technicians Association, International (ETA-I) Biomedical Electronics Technician (BMD) E4 Electronics Technicians Association, International (ETA-I) Biomedical Imaging Equipment Technician (BIET) E6 Institute for Safety and Health Management Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) E4 International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE) Certification Examination for Competency in Cardiac Electrophysiology for the Allied Professional E4 International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE) Certification Examination for Competency in Cardiac Rhythm Device Therapy for the Allied Professional E3 International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET) Certified Electronics Technician - Associate-Level E3 International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET) Certified Electronics Technician - Journeyman- Level - Medical E4 Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations (JCNDE) National Board Dental Examination - Part I E4 Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations (JCNDE) National Board Dental Hygiene Exam (NBDHE) E3 Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board Certified Medical Dosimetrist E3 National Asthma Educator Certification board (NAECB) Certified Asthma Educator (AE-C) E3 National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology (NBC) Certified Dental Technician (CDT) E3 National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc. Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
  33. 33. 32 E3 National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc. Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR) E3 National Board for Certification of Orthopaedic Technologists Orthopaedic Technologist - Certified (OTC) E3 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Adult Critical Care Specialty Examination E3 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Certified Pulmonary Function Technologist (CPFT) E3 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) E3 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) E3 National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT) E3 National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology Diving Medical Technician (DMT) E3 National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) E3 National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) National Certified Phlebotomy Technician (NCPT) E3 National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. (NCSBN) National Council Licensure Examination for Practical/Vocational Nurses (NCLEX-PN) E6 National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. (NCSBN) National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) E3 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Certified Environmental Health Technician (CEHT) E3 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Certified Professional - Food Safety (CP-FS) E3 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian E3 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Registered Environmental Technician (RET) E4 National Healthcareer Association Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified EKG Technician (CET) E4 National Healthcareer Association Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Medical Laboratory Assistant (CMLA) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Operating Room/Surgical Technician (CORST) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Patient Care Technician/Associate/Nurse Technician (CPCT/CPCA/CNT) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) E3 National Healthcareer Association Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) E3 National Phlebotomy Association (NPA) Certified Phlebotomists E3 National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Emergency Medical Technician - Basic E3 National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate/99 E4 National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists Registered Radiation Protection Technologist (RRPT)
  34. 34. 33 E3 National Surgical Assistant Association Certified Surgical Assistant (CSA) E4 Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) E4 Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board Nuclear Medicine Technologist (NMT) E3 Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) E5 World Safety Organization (WSO) Certified Safety Specialist (WSO-CSS) E5 World Safety Organization (WSO) Certified Safety Technician (WSO-CST) Visit Navy COOL https://www.cool.navy.mil for additional Credentials that you may qualify to earn; however funding may be limited to your GI bill or DANTES. (UNITED SERVICES MILITARY APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM): Apprenticeship Program Comp. date Dental Assistant (Medical Service) Dental-Equipment Installer And Servicer (Wholesale Trade) Dental-Laboratory Technician (Protective Devices) Electromedical Equipment Repairer (Any Industry) Electronics Tester Emergency Medical Technician Medical Laboratory Technician (Medical Service) Medical Secretary (Medical Service) Nurse Assistant (Medical Service) Paramedic (Medical Service) Pharmacist Assistant (Military Service) X-Ray Equipment Tester (Any Industry) Visit USMAP https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil/usmapss/static/usmap.jsp for additional information.
  35. 35. 34 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ STAY NAVY: REENLIST / EXTEND: Request Chit/Form: __________ Fleet Ride-Perform to Serve (PTS) Approval Message: ________ Selective Conversion and Reenlistment (SCORE): _____ Prior Service Reenlistment Eligibility – Reserve (PRISE-R):_____ Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR): ______ Guaranteed Assignment in Detailing (GUARD 2000): ______ School as a Reenlistment Incentive: ______ Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID): _______ Medical/Dental Screening: _______ Command Recommendation (evaluation): _______ Bonus: ______ Ceremony: _______ FLEET RIDE (FR) PERFORM-TO-SERVE (PTS): The Command Career Counselor is your local advocate to assist you with the FR/PTS application process.  E3-E6 Sailors with less than 14 years of service must submit a FR/PTS application, regardless of reenlistment intentions.  Applications must be submitted no later than 12 months prior to expiration of active obligated service (EAOS) or projected rotation date (PRD) if obligated service is required, whichever occurs first.  Sailors may submit PTS applications up to 12 months prior to EAOS/PRD. (under special circumstances)  Applications for selected reserve (SELRES) quotas may be submitted between 12 months and 3 months prior to EAOS  Monthly reenlistment quotas are limited and must be reserved for our best and brightest Sailors who desire to Stay Navy. Sailors must choose one of the following based on their desires an qualifications:  Reenlist-in-Rate,  Reenlist-in-Rate or Convert to another rating  Convert to another rating (only)  SELRES option  Upon completion of the monthly process, PTS results will be available to command users via PTS Monthly report section of the FleetRIDE/PTS program.  Additional guidance can be found in MILPERSMAN 1440-060 and NAVADMIN 352/10, see your Career Counselor TRANSFER: 15 Months 12 Months 9 Months 6 Months Orders Received PTS_______ PTS _________ PTS ________ Accept Orders________ Screening_____ Exception Family Member____ EFM_________ CMS/ID_____ Reverse Sponsor______ Obligate______ CMS/ID______ CMS/ID______ SRB________ Relocation (FFSC) ____ Bonus________ Continuous Overseas Tours (COT) _______ Medical/Dental_______ Overseas Tour Extension Incentive Program (OTEIP) ________ SRB_______ For additional assistance in transfer and relocation, go to the Military HOMEFRONT website; http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/Pages/default.aspx and visit your Fleet and Family Support Center on base. SEPARATING/RETIRE: 18 -12 months 6 months 90 days 30 days Transition GPS _____________ MED/DEN _____________ Copy of Records_______ Copy of Records _____ Complete DD2648PSD_________ Relocation ______________ Microfiche CD________ PSD________________ Transition Planning____________ Relocation Services (FFSC) _____ Arrange Ceremony______ MED/DEN __________ Reserve Affiliation_____________ Request Leave / PTDY _______ VA/DVA_____________________ PHYSICAL FITNESS: Participate in a year-round physical fitness program to meet Navy fitness and BCA standards. Review and verify accuracy of PFA data in PRIMS within 60 days of the PFA cycle. (PRIMS is accessible through your BUPERS Online Account) Height________ Weight________ If Required (Neck_______ Waist________ Hips (Female) _______ BCA _________) Last 2 PRT Cycles: Curl-ups_____/_____ Push-ups______/_____ Run/Swim/Cardio_____/____ Overall Score_____/______ List date (if) any PRT/BCA failure(s) over the last 5 years _______/______ List if any Medical Waiver(s)_______/________ For more information on Navy Fitness, visit: http://www.navyfitness.org/
  36. 36. 35 PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION (Resident and non-resident coursework designed to enhance a Sailor’s general military professional knowledge and abilities) EDUCATION: (Prior to considering any pursuit of off duty education or program enrollment VISIT YOUR NAVY COLLEGE OFFICE or call the Virtual Education Center (VEC)!!!) Education Plan Completed (Navy College Office/VEC _____________________Current Education Level_______________ Degree Goal__________________________________________________________________________________________ **Various distance learning degree options are available using, Sailor and Marine Online Academic Advisor (SMOLAA )** Goal: Date: AA/AS _____________ BA/BS ________________ Master _______________ Doctorate _________________ (Credits to earn a degree - AA/AS: 60 SH/90 QH, BA/BS: 120 SH/180, QH, Master /Doctorate: Variable based on program) Number of current credits ______________ American Council on Education (ACE) recommended credits_______________ SOCNAV Agreement_________ SMART Transcripts_________ HS Transcripts__________ College Transcripts_________ Date Degree Obtained: AA/AS ________ BA/BS ________ Master _______ Doctorate ________ For entry into SMART, Send official transcripts to: Center for Personal and Professional Development Attn: Virtual Education Center 1905 Regulus Avenue, Ste. 234 Virginia Beach VA 23461-2009 Phone: 1-877-838-1659 Comm: 757-492-4684 FAX: 757-492-5095 DSN: 492-4684 Email: VEC@navy.mil VOLUNTARY EDUCATION (Study guides and exam preparations and practice test located on NKO) Academic skills ______ NCPACE ______CLEP _______DSST _______TA ______MGIB _______Post 9/11 GIB________ E3 REQUIRED NAVY PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed Required General Military Training (GMT) Command Delivered Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course Command Delivered CPPD-LEAD-09-001 20 Hours Driving for Life NKO CPD-DFL-01 5 Hours DON/DOD Information Assurance Training NKO DOD-IAA-V10.0 1 Hour Trafficking in Persons Basic Awareness Training NKO jkddc-tip-2.0 4 Hours ATFP Level I Awareness for Service Members (CONUS) NKO CANSF-ATFP- CONUS-1.0 1 Hour ATFP Level I Awareness Training for Overseas Service Member (OCONUS) NKO CANSF-ATFP- OCONUS-1 1 Hour Alcohol Aware Command Delivered S-501-0160 4 Hours Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Training NKO DoD-PII-2.0 Ethics Training Command Delivered Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Fleet Command Delivered
  37. 37. 36 E3 REQUIRED COMMUNITY PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed Hospital Corpsman Rate Training Manual Navy Advancement Center NAVEDTRA 14295A Customer Service NRTC NAVEDTRA 14056 Immunization Basic Course NMO MILVAX TRICARE Fundamentals TRICARE UNIVERSITY MHS Hipaa courses https://mhslearn.csd.disa.mil/ ilearn/en/learner/mhs/portal/ home.jsp CBRNE Operator/responder’s course DMRTI/ E-LEARNING NMETC-CBRNE- ORC-2.0 BLS Healthcare Provider Course Local CMD Navy Enlisted Occupational Standards http://www.npc.navy.mil/ NAVPERS 18068F E3 RECOMMENDED NAVY PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed Recommended General military Training (GMT) Command Delivered Introductory Enlisted Professional Military Education (IEPME) NKO Military DON/ PME 20 Hours Total Block 1 Introductory EPME - Introduction NKO IEPME-INTRO-B1 0 Block 2 Introductory EPME - History and Traditions NKO IEPME-INTRO-B2 1 Hour Block 3 Introductory EPME - Enlisted Professionalism NKO IEPME-INTRO-B3 5 Hours Block 4 Introductory EPME - Policy and the Navy NKO IEPME-INTRO-B4 5 Hours Block 5 Introductory EPME - Planning for Operations NKO IEPME-INTRO-B5 5 Hours Block 6 Introductory EPME - Regional and Cultural Awareness NKO IEPME-INTRO-B6 3 Hours Block 7 Introductory EPME - Technology in the Maritime Domain NKO IEPME-INTRO-B7 1 Hour Block 8 Introductory EPME - Conclusion NKO IEPME-INTRO-B8 0 Cultural Awareness NKO or College Course Foreign Language and Culture 45 hrs Eng 101 College Course 45 hrs Eng Reading College Course 45 hrs Eng Writing College Course 45 hrs Math College Course 45 hrs Speech College Course 45 hrs Navy Reserve Fundamentals for Active Duty Course NKO NAVRESFOR-NRF- 2.0 10 hours ORM All Navy Fundamentals NKO CPD-GMT07-011 1 hour Nutrition NKO NMHCI2107V2.1 1 hour Personal Financial Management NKO CPD-PFM-1.0 8 hours College/Certification Testing Programs Reviews NKO PREVENT Command Delivered S-501-0150 24 Hrs
  38. 38. 37 Courses With Recommended Reserve Points: Click this link for an Excel file of all Navy E-Learning courses offering "RECOMMENDED" reserve points. NOTE: Commander Navy Reserve Forces (CNRF) N7 determines the number of reserve points awarded for completion of a course taken on Navy E-Learning. This listing should only be used as a guide and is subject to change by direction of CNFR N7. Navy E-Learning has no control over how many, if any, reserve points are eventually awarded for the completion of a course. All questions concerning the award of reserve points should be directed to CNFR N7. https://ile-lms-cont01.E-Learning.navy.mil/training/Courses_With_Recommended_Reserve_Points.xls RECOMMENDED RESERVE PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed NROWS Orders Administration Course E-Learning R-500-0140/02PG 8 hours Naval Reserve Center Commanding Officer Officer In Charge E-Learning CNRFC-COOIC-1.0 8 hours Guidance for Mobilization E-Learning CNRFC-GMB-1.1 4 hours Military Sealift Command 101 E-Learning CNRFC-MSC101 24 Hrs Non-Prior Service Accession Program E-Learning CNRFC-NPSAP-2 23 Hrs RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY PME: Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed 13 Heat Stress Program Fundamentals-WBGT E-Learning CNE-BECC-0130 Heat Stress Afloat E-Learning NMETC-HSA-001 Environmental Injuries E-Learning NMHCI4207V2 Plant Pest and Vegetation Management B-322-1071 Arthropod and Vertebrate Pest Management B-322-1072 DoD Pest Management Recertification B-322-1074 Shipboard Pest Management B-322-1075 Operational Entomology Training B-322-1077 Casualty Treatment Training Course B-330-0012 DoD Smallpox Vaccination NMO MILVAX TRICARE Reserve Select Course TRICARE UNIVERSITY Navy Trauma Training Center *Navy Trauma Training Center NOMI Aviation Medicine for the IDC E-Learning B-AVIDC-001 Triage and Surgical Procedures E-Learning CNET10090 How to Identify and Provide Non-Surgical Treatment of Airway Obstruction E-Learning CNET11439 Burn Casualty Management E-Learning CNET12623 Envenomations and Poisonings Reference E-Learning CNET12639 Differentiation Among Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Warfare Casualties E-Learning CNET9192 BMDOC Unit 1: Organizational Structure, Relationships, and Policy Courses E-Learning NMETC-BMD-010V2 BMDOC Unit 2: Utilization and Management of Resources Courses E-Learning NMETC-BMD-020V2 BMDOC Unit 3: Operational Policies, Procedures, and Strategies Courses E-Learning NMETC-BMD-030V2 Deployable Medical Systems ( DepMeds ) Readiness Training E-Learning NMETC-DMS-01 Health Aspects of Marine Sanitation Devices E-Learning NMETC-HAMSD-1.0 Hearing Conservation E-Learning NMETC-HC-001 Heat Stress Afloat E-Learning NMETC-HSA-001 Navy Medicine Public Affairs--120 Day Survival Kit E-Learning NMETC-NMPA-1 Optician Sustainment Training E-Learning NMETC-OST-3
  39. 39. 38 Water Sanitation Afloat E-Learning NMETC-WSA-010 FDPMU Orientation Training Course (U) E-Learning NMFDPMU1081 Navy Health Promotions Basics Course Level 1 E-Learning NMHPB081 HRO - 120 Day Survival Kit E-Learning NMHRO071 Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Course E-Learning NMSAPR071 Operational Medicine 2007 E-Learning opMED2007 Virtual NH courses by systems Virtual Naval Hospital www.vnh.org Enlisted Advancement Program (EAP) Local CMD ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ NAVY PROFESSIONAL READING PROGRAM (PRP): The purpose of the Reading Program is to facilitate the professional and personal development of all Sailors. For additional information on changes, refer to NAVADMIN 309/12 or visit http://navyreading.dodlive.mil/ or http://navy.lib.overdrive.com/ or https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil ESSENTIAL READING WARFIGHTING FIRST Completed 1812: The Navy’s War by George C. Daughan Cyber War by Richard A. Clarke SEAL of Honor by Gary Williams Shield and Sword edited by Edward J. Marolda and Robert J. Schneller Jr. More The Gamble by Thomas E. Ricks Wake of the Wahoo by Forest J. Sterling OPERATE FORWARD Completed The Crisis of Islam by Bernard Lewis Execute Against Japan by LT Joel Holwitt, USN Monsoon by Robert Kaplan Neptune’s Inferno by James D. Hornfischer Red Star Over the Pacific by Toshi Yoshihara and James Holmes The Man From Pakistan by Catherine Collins and Douglas Frantz BE READY Completed A Sailor’s History of the U.S. Navy by Thomas Cutler In the Shadow of Greatness by Joshua Welle, John Ennis, Katherine Kranz and Graham Plaster Navigating the Seven Seas by Melvin G. Williams, Sr. and Melvin G. Williams, Jr. The Morality of War by Brian Orend Time Management From The Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern Wired for War by P.W. Singer 24 additional books are categorized as "recommended reading," and are available as electronic books (e-books). Many can be downloaded at no cost through the Navy general library program site on Navy Knowledge On-line (NKO). The entire list, with book summaries and additional information is available at http://navyreading.dodlive.mil/ The CNO-PRP has been streamlined to make our Navy's reading program more interactive, affordable, and wherever possible, electronically accessible. To that end: a number of the titles will be available for free at the NKO portal at https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil Click on the reference tab, then e-library audio and e-books tab. In order to download books, an "overdrive" account is required. On the top right, click on the overdrive window, follow the prompts, then not only are the PRP books available, but hundreds of other items. Security restrictions preclude downloading via Navy owned computers, so downloading them to personally-owned devices will be required.
  40. 40. 39 RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY READING Title Completed Flags of our Fathers, by James Bradley Doc: Heroic Stories of Medics, Corpsmen, and Surgeons in Combat, by Mark R. Littleton Corpsman up, by Paul Baviello A Corpsman’s Legacy: He continues to Heal Others Through a Daughter He never Knew, by Stephanie Hanson Corpsman Up!, by Charlie ‘Doc’ Rose Not On My Watch: The 21st Century Combat Medic, by Joshua M. Peters, Joshua R. Fansler On Call In Hell: A Doctor’s Iraq War Story by CDR Richard Jadick A Doctor Looks at War: My Year in Iraq, by Michael C. Hodges Medics at War: Military Medicine from Colonial Times to the 21st Century, by John T. Greenwood, F. Clifton Berry Jr. Medic!: How I Fought World War II with Morphine, Sulfa, and Iodine Swabs, by Robert “Doc Joe” Franklin Combat Medic: World war II, by John A. Kerner Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10, by Marcus Luttrell, Patrick Robinson My Men Are My Heroes: the Brad Kasal Story, by Nathaniel R. Helms In the Company Of Heroes, by Michael J. Durant Combat Corpsman, by Greg McPartlin
  41. 41. 40 REFERENCES Navy Enlisted Learning and Development Programs:  Learning and Development Roadmap for Enlisted Sailors, OPNAVINST 1500.77(series)  Navy Retention and Career Development Program, OPNAVINST 1040.11(series)  Career Counselor Handbook, NAVPERS 15878  Command Sponsor and Indoctrination Program OPNAVINST 1740.3(series) (Sponsor assigned within 10 days of orders received / Indoctrination completed as soon as possible and practicable but NLT 90 days)  Command Sponsorship of Dependents at Overseas Duty MILPERSMAN 1300-150 to 1300-210  Guaranteed Assignment Retention Detailing Program GUARD 2000, MILPERSMAN 1306-1002/1004  Navy Enlisted Warfare Qualification Program OPNAVINST 1414.9 (series)  Master Training Specialists (MTS) NETCINST 1500.2(series)  Command Master Chief Program OPNAVINST 1306.2 (series Reenlistments and Extensions:  Agreement of Enlisted Naval Reservist, Inductees and Fleet Reservists to remain on Active Duty MILPERSMAN 1160-060  Extension of Enlistment MILPERSMAN 1160-040  Overseas Tour Extension Incentives Program (OTEIP) MILPERSMAN 1306-300  Consecutive Overseas Tours (COT) Leave Travel Entitlement Policy MILPERSMAN 1050-410  Perform to Serve (PTS) MILPERSMAN 1440-060  Reenlistment Ceremony MILPERSMAN 1160-020  Reenlistment Leave MILPERSMAN 1050-040  Required Counseling upon Enlistment and Reenlistment MILPERSMAN 1160-031  Selective Conversion and Reenlistment (SCORE) Program MILPERSMAN 1160-090  Selective Reenlistment Bonus (Use Latest SRB NAVADMIN)  Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR) Program MILPERSMAN 1160-100  School as a Reenlistment Incentive MILPERSMAN 1306-1006 Fleet Reserve and Retirements:  Casualties and Survivor Benefits (SBP) MILPERSMAN 1770 to 1770-250 OPNAVINST 1750.5  Disability Retirement MILPERSMAN 1850-020 to 1850-040  Fleet Reserve and Retirement MILPERSMAN 1800-010 to 1800-070  Household Goods and Personal Property (PCS and Retirees) MILPERSMAN 4050-010 to 020  Permissive Temporary Duty (PTDY) MILPERSMAN 1320-220  Transition Assistance Management Program OPNAVINST 1900.2(series) (Initiate a DD-2648-1 NLT 90 Days Prior to Separation and attend workshop 12 months prior to separation/Fleet Reserve/Retirement date) Enlisted Administrative Separations:  Alcohol Rehabilitation Failure MILPERSMAN 1910-152  Drug Abuse MILPERSMAN 1910-146  Early release to further education MILPERSMAN 1910-108  Enlisted Administrative Separation Policy MILPERSMAN 1910-010 to 1910-812  Fraudulent Enlistment MILPERSMAN 1910-134  High Year Tenure (HYT) AC MILPERSMAN 1160-120 / RC 1160-130  Misconduct (various reasons) MILPERSMAN 1910-138/140/142  Parenthood and Pregnancy SECNAVINST 1000.10(series) & MILPERSMAN 1910-124  Personality Disorder MILPERSMAN 1910-122  Physical Fitness Assessment Failure MILPERSMAN 1910-170  Serious Offense MILPERSMAN 1910-142  Unsatisfactory Performance MILPERSMAN 1910-156
  42. 42. 41 Advancement & Service Schools:  Advancement BUPERSINST 1430.16(series)  Accelerated Advancement MILPERSMAN 1430-010  Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application & Administration Manual OPNAVINST 1420.1(series)  Service Schools 1306-600/602/604/608  Class “A” School & Rating Entry Requirements MILPERSMAN 1306-618  Retesting with the Armed Forces Classification Test version of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) MILPERSMAN 1236-010  Professional Apprenticeship Tracks Program (PACT) NAVADMIN 318/07 Education:  Joint Chiefs Professional Military Education (PME) Manual 1805.01  Navy Voluntary Education Program (Navy Campus) OPNAVINST 1560.9(series)  Tuition Assistance Management Controls NAVADMIN 161/07 / NETC LTR Execution Guidelines 1560 Ser N00178, Aug 07  Navy Credentialing Program OPNAVINST 1540.56  Uniformed Services Military Apprenticeship Programs OPNAVINST 1560.10(series) Other Quick References:  Awards Manual (SECNAV 1650.1(Series)  Change in Rank, Rate or Rating MILPERSMAN 1440-010 to 1440-050  Department of the Navy Correspondence Manual (SECNAV M-5216.5 (Series)  Drug and Alcohol Prevention Control Program OPNAVINST 5350.4(series)  Exchange of Duty (SWAPS) MILPERSMAN 1306-700  First Term Personnel Assignment Policy MILPERSMAN 1306-126  Individual Augmentation (IA) Policy and Procedures OPNAVINST 1001.21(series)  Military Couple and Single Parent Assignment Policy MILPERSMAN 1300-1000  Military Pay MILPERSMAN 7220-010 to 7220-390  Naval Performance Evaluation System BUPERSINST 1610.10 (Series)  Overseas tour Extensions MILPERSMAN 1300-310  Physical Readiness Program OPNAVINST 6110.1(series) / MILPERSMAN 6100-6199  Reassignment for Humanitarian reasons (HUMS) MILPERSMAN 1300-500  Standard Policy and Procedures for the Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) & 1 year Recall Program OPNAVINST 1001.20(series)  Operational Risk Management OPNAVINST 3500.39C  Navy Personnel Qualifications Manual NAVEDTRA 43100-6M
  43. 43. 42 HOSPITAL CORPSMAN PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS (HM3) APPRENTICE LEVEL NAME________________________________________________ SKILL TRAINING (Schools, courses and assignments directly related to occupation) REQUIRED SKILL TRAINING Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE/ACE ID Course Length Date Completed Hospital Corpsman Course Great Lakes, IL B-300-0010 Dental Assistant Great Lakes, IL B-300-3311 HMSB Local CMD PO Indoc Local CMD ExMed. - Combat related field skills E-Learning NMEMCRFS061 ExMed. - Non-Combat related field skills E-Learning NMEMNCRFS061 ExMed. - Patient Movement E-Learning NMEMPATMOV061 ExMed. - Shipboard Operations E-Learning NMEMSHIPOP061 ExMed. - Tactical Combat Casualty Care E-Learning NMEMTCCC061 *Enlisted Warfare Qualification* *Required if afforded the opportunity RECOMMENDED SKILL TRAINING Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE/ACE ID Course Length Date Completed Hospital Corpsman Rate Training Manual Navy Advancement Center NAVEDTRA 14295A OEMS FMTB East/West B-300-4010 TCCC Local CMD Sick call Screeners Course Local CMD training Prophylactic tech Local CMD training Spirometry in OCCMED Norfolk, VA B-322-2308 Allergy – Immunology course Bethesda, MD B-300-2000 *Cold Weather Medicine NOMI Pensacola B-300-0036 * Mountain Medicine NOMI Pensacola MMED B-300-0023 *Surface Force Medical Indoc Japan, San Diego, Portsmouth B-300-1000 *MRRS + SAMS SPAWAR Field Mgmt. of Chem & Bio Casualties Course USAMRICD Aberdeen Md USAMRICD or B-6H- 3001 Fleet Hospital I & O Local Fleet Hospital Fleet Hospital Field Training NOMI/ NEMTI B-300-2404 AV / Hearing Acuity EPMU B-300-0140 *Airlift Planners Course Scott AFB McGuire AFB MTT/AMC non- Cantrac
  44. 44. 43 *DMLSS inventory mgmt Williamsburg VA non-Cantrac NEMSCOM *Field MGMT Chem/Bio casualties Aberdeen, MD USAMRICD or B-6H- 3001 *FDPMU Basic Yorktown VA Pendleton CA NEHC non-Cantrac *FDPMU Intermediate EPMU 2 EMPU 5 NEHC *FDPMU ORE Yorktown VA Pendleton CA NEHC non-Cantrac *Intro to Expeditionary Logistics NSCS Supply School GA A-8B-0055 *Intro Radiological training NEPMU 2 & 5 non-Cantrac *Transport Biomedical Materials Aberdeen MD, NEPMU5 non-Cantrac *Transportation Hazardous Materials NSCS Supply Corps School GA A-822-0012 * Billet specific NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION CODE (NEC) OPPORTUNITIES http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/8400-8499.htm http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/8700-8799.htm http://www.npc.navy.mil/ReferenceLibrary/NECOS/NECOSVol2/9500-9599.htm NEC/Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID Course Length Date Completed 8401 Search and Rescue Medical Technician E3-E7 B-300-0075 8402 Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0001 8403 Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E8 B-300-2403 8404 Field Medical Service Technician E3-E9 B-300-0013 8406 Aerospace Medical Technician E3–E7 B-300-0017 8407 Radiation Health Technician E3-E7 B-322-0010 8408 Cardiovascular Technician E3-E7 B-300-0018 8409 Aerospace Physiology Technician E3-E7 B-305-0011 8410 Bio-Medical Equipment Technician E4-E8 B-326-1000 8416 Nuclear Medicine Technologist E4-E7 B-311-0015/16 8425 Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0019 8427 Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Corpsman E3-E6 B-010-1000 8432 Preventive Medicine Technician E3-E8 B-322-0012 8434 Hemodialysis/Apheresis Technician E4-E7 B-311-0022 8451 Basic X Ray Technician E3-E6 B-313-0025 8452 Advanced X Ray Technician E3-E7 B-313-0026 8454 Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist E3-E6 B-300-0043 8463 Optician E3-E8 B-311-0023 8466 Physical Therapy Technician E3-E6 B-303-0050/51 8467 Occupational Therapy Assistant E4-E7 B-303-0052/53 8472 Biomedical Photography Technician E4-E7 B 300 0300 8482 Pharmacy Technician E3-E7 B-312-0025 8483 Surgical Technologist E3-E6 B-301-0033 Otolaryngology E3-E6 B-330-0024 8485 Psychiatry Technician E3-E6 B-302-0046 8486 Urology Technician E3-E6 B-300-0025 8489 Orthopedic Cast Room Technician E3-E6 B-300-0141 8493 Medical Deep Sea Diving Technician E3-E7 A-433-0020 8494 Deep Sea Diving Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E9 B-300-0022 8496 Mortician E3-E7 State License 8503 Histopathology Technician E3-E7 B-311-0039 8505 Cytotechnologist E3-E7 B-311-0036
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