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  • CPPD offers a Train-the-Trainer course to assist commands with developing the expertise to conduct the courses within their unit.
  • # Associates degrees # Bachelor’s degree # Master’s degree CO will want names. Be prepared with FLTMPS report. Emphasize Navy College can help with GED and Degree Completion
  • ASVAB scores may determine if there is an overall need for Academic Skills. Emphasize academic skills can help on Navy-wide exam final multiple by increasing reading comprehension & math skills.
  • Emphasize benefits for E-7, E-8, E-9 Selections Boards and benefits to those transitioning to civilian life. Provide Name for FLTMPS
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    • 1. Personal and Professional Development Assist Team for USS VICTORIOUS (DDG-999) ETC C. W. Clark (619) 556-8697 Robert “Bob” Blue (619) 556-4922 On behalf of CAPT Jon Picker [email_address]
    • 2. PPDAT Purpose
        • Review Command Education and Training Profile
          • Personal & Professional Development Courses
          • Enlisted Education Completion Levels
          • NCPACE Usage
          • Tuition Assistance Usage
          • USMAP Status
      CPPD will help you reach your education & training goals
    • 3.
      • Professional Development
      • Command Master Chief (CMC)/Chief of the Boat (COB)
      • Spouse Course for CMC/COB Course
      • Division Officer
      • Department Head
      • Prospective Commanding Officer (PCO) Course
      • Prospective Executive Officer (PXO) Course
      • Spouse course for PCO/PXO Course
      • Major Command Course
      • Navy Career Counselor School
      • Work Space Trainer
      • Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT)
      • Master Training Specialist (MTS) Program
      • Leadership Facilitator Training Course (FACTRAC)
      • **CPPD Supported Products
      • Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course (CMD)
      • Petty Officer Second Class Selectee Leadership Course (CMD)
      • Petty Officer First Class Selectee Leadership Course (CMD)
      • Chief Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course (CMD)
      • General Military Training (CMD)
      • ** Note: New delivery method per NAVADMIN 272/08
      CPPD Courses and Programs
      • Personal Development
      • Command Managed Equal Opportunity
      • Command Training Team Indoctrination
      • Navy Military Training
      • BEARINGS
      • Command DAPA
      • Alcohol AWARE
      • Risk Management
      • PREVENT
      • ADAMS for Supervisors Facilitator Training
      • ADAMS for Supervisors
      • ADAMS for Leaders
      • Voluntary Education
      • Tuition Assistance
      • Navy College Education Counselors
      • Academic Skills
      • Navy College Virtual Center
      • SMART transcripts
      • Distance Learning Partnerships
      • USMAP
      • Navy College Program for Afloat College Education
      • Graduate Education/Advanced Education Vouchers
      CPPD doesn’t make Sailors…we make Sailors better
    • 4. USS VICTORIOUS
      • Course Required / Trained Status
      • Command Managed Equal Opportunity 1 / 4
      • Command Training Team Indoctrination 2 / 23
      • Command DAPA 1 / 11
      • ADAMS for Supervisors Facilitator Training 2 / 6
      • ADAMS for Supervisors (E5-O3 first-line up) 178 / 85
      • ADAMS for Leaders (CO/XO/CMC) 3 / 2
      • PREVENT (Recommended Course) 138 / 94
      • Bearings (Recommended Course) / 0
      • CDT Train the Trainer / 0
      • Instructor Training / 32
    • 5. NAVADMIN 272/08
      • Establishes new command-delivered leadership courses for PO1/PO2 Selectees.
      • Required for all PO1 Selectees from the February/ March 2009 exam by 31 August 2009. All subsequent exam cycles required prior to frocking.
      • Required for all PO2 Selectees from the August/ September 2009 exam by 28 February 2010. All subsequent exam cycles required prior to the date of the first advancement pay increment of the exam cycle.
      Train –the-Trainer course available during transition
    • 6. USS VICTORIOUS Academic Profile
      • Secondary / Post-Secondary Education
        • 101 have earned credits through courses
        • 8 have Associates degrees
        • 8 have Bachelor’s degrees
    • 7. Academic Skills
      • Navy College Learning Program (NCLP)
        • Instructor led courses in English, reading and math
        • Available shore-based & via NCPACE
      • Navy College Learning Center (NCLC)
        • Computer based learning
        • Courses range from basic skills to advanced
      • Average 20 point increase on ASVAB and 2.75 years increase in reading grade level
        • Less “PNA” on Navy-wide exam
        • Better comprehension for PMS Card, Tech Pubs, etc.
        • Perform to Serve (If ASVAB retake needed for rating conversion)
    • 8. NCPACE
      • Two forms of delivery
        • Instructor and Distance Learning (CD-ROM, PDA, iPod)
      • Navy pays 100% tuition, students purchase books and materials
      • Associates, Bachelor’s, and Master’s Degree Options through SOCNAV schools with regional accreditation
      • Points added to the final advancement multiple for degree completion & Improves Retention
      • USS VICTORIOUS NCPACE History:
        • FY 08 – 7 Enrollments
        • FY 09 - 7 Enrollments
    • 9. Tuition Assistance (TA)
      • Commands are responsible for ensuring students are eligible under NAVADMINs 161/07 and 042/08.
      • Students must obtain Tuition Assistance counseling prior to processing their first TA document.
        • TA Brief: Every Thursday 1130-1215 at Navy College, Bldg 151
        • Online brief available for E-7 and above
        • https:// www.navycollege.navy.mil /
    • 10.
      • A formal military training program offered in conjunction with the Department of Labor
        • Provides opportunity to improve job skills in their rating
        • Provides opportunity to complete their civilian credential while on active duty
        • Very beneficial for CPO Selection Board
      • Visit: https:// usmap.cnet.navy.mil
      • Navy COOL: https:// www.cool.navy.mil /
      USMAP – Developing a highly-skilled workforce USMAP United Services Military Apprenticeship Program
    • 11. Testing Services
      • DLPT and DLAB language testing available at the Navy College Office
        • DLPT can result in special pay
        • Up to two semester’s worth of foreign language credits on SMART
        • Students should plan ahead if their language skills are needed on deployment.
      • SAT/ACT testing available at the Navy College Office Naval Base Coronado
        • STA-21 and Officer program candidates need to plan ahead to take the required exam and allow time for test results to meet application deadlines.
      • CLEP and DSST computer-based testing available
        • Available through our Navy College National Testing Center, Bldg 152, – 619-238-7051
    • 12. Post 9/11 GI Bill
      • Eligibility Criteria – Individuals who served on active duty after 09/10/01 if:
        • Served for an aggregate period of at least 90 days after 11 September 2009
        • Or served at least 30 continuous days and received a disability discharge
      • VA Representative On Base
        • Located Bldg 270
        • Phone Number: 619-230-0393
      For details visit www.gibill.va.gov or call (619) 230-0393
    • 13. Post 9/11 GI Bill Service Requirements (after 09/10/01 serve an aggregate of) % of Maximum Benefit Payable 36 months 100 30 continuous days (Must be discharged with a disability) 100 30 months, but less than 36 months 90 24 months, but less than 30 months 80 18 months, but less than 24 months 70 12 months, but less than 18 months 60 06 months, but less than 12 months 50 90 days, but less than 06 months 40
    • 14. Questions? You will receive a Survey regarding our visit
    • 15. Training Officer Brief
    • 16. Detailed Education and Training Profile
      • Enlisted Education Summary
      • USMAP Detailed Status
      • Where we can help
        • Tuition Assistance
        • NCPACE
        • Drug & Alcohol Courses
        • PREVENT
        • CTTI
        • Command Delivered Training
        • Command Career Counselor
    • 17. Drug and Alcohol Courses
      • Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA)
      • Alcohol AWARE
      • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Supervisors Training
      • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Facilitators Training
      • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Leaders Training
      • Personal Responsibility and Values Education and Training (PREVENT)
    • 18.
      • Course Description: 4-day course provides Fleet ADCO and DAPA candidates the necessary training to manage command prevention, conduct administrative screenings, and monitor aftercare programs.
      • Course Requirements: OPNAVINST 5350.4C - mandatory facilitated course for all ADCO and DAPA candidates.
      • Recommended E6 and above (can be E5).
      Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA) / S-501-0100
    • 19. Alcohol AWARE / S-501-0160
      • Course Description: 4 hour command level course delivered by DAPAs or ADAMS Facilitators, used within commands, in whole, in part, or in any manner that best suits the command’s alcohol abuse prevention and de-glamorization efforts.
      • Course Requirements: OPNAVINST 5350.4C - for all junior enlisted (E1 – E4) and junior officers (01 -03), to be conducted within 2 yrs of accession. Strongly recommended for ADCOs .
      • Items/Issues:
        • - Currently, no standardized training for fleet DAPA’s conducting the Alcohol AWARE training.
        • - CIN is no longer available
    • 20. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Supervisors Training/ S-501-0120
      • Course Description: 1day course designed to provide Navy supervisors with knowledge and skills in alcohol and drug abuse prevention, recognition and documentation, intervention and aftercare.
      • Items/issues:
        • CIN is used to identify completion of the course and commands must submit student rosters to CPPD to ensure students get credit for course completion.
        • E5 and above
    • 21. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Facilitators Training/ S-501-0110
      • Course Description: 3 day course for E-6/ 0-3 and above to facilitate the ADAMS for Supervisors course to the fleet.
      • Course Requirements: OPNAVINST 5350.4C. All candidates should have attended the ADAMS for Supervisors course prior to attending.
    • 22. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Leaders Training/ S-501-0130
      • Course Description: 4 hour training course for all CO’s, XO’s, CMC’s, and Department Heads 04 and above. The course focuses on managing substance abuse issues at the command and community level. This is a practical leadership course in the prevention and de-glamorization of alcohol abuse and the deterrence of drug use.
      • Course Requirements: OPNAVINST 5350.4C – states that this is a once in a career requirement. Strongly recommended for ADCOs.
    • 23. Personal Responsibility: Values Education and Training (PREVENT) / S-501-0150
      • Course Description: 3 Day Course / Target Audience: 18-25 year olds.
        • Provides junior Sailors a source of pertinent information about the DON policies and how to turn training into action with decision making, goal setting, and communication skills.
        • Currently contract taught by Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) .
        • CPPD/ CNL military facilitators are being trained to conduct 370 FY09 PREVENT classes.
      • Course Requirements: OPNAVINST 5350.4C – All Navy members in the targeted age group should attend PREVENT (or comparable course) during first enlistment. Strongly recommended for ADCOs.
    • 24. Command Management Equal Opportunity Program Manager / A-500-0009
      • Course Description: 5 day course for Command Managed Equal Opportunity Managers.
        • Provides basic knowledge and skills training to senior enlisted and officers in order for them to perform as Command Managed Equal Opportunity (CMEO) Manager.
        • CMEO program responsibilities include EO policies and issues; EEO coordination; Training and Command Assessment; Conflict Management; Inspections, Investigations, and Reports.
      • Course Requirements: OPNAVINST 5354.1 requires CMEO Manager attend CPPD approved CMEO Managers course prior to assuming his/her duties.
      • E6 and above
    • 25. Command Training Team Indoctrination / A-050-0001
      • Course Description: 4 day course trains CTT members.
        • Trains both enlisted and officers to conduct the Navy Pride and Professionalism (NP&P) workshop and other EO training as required by the CO.
        • Supports Indoctrination requirements for newly reporting Sailors.
      • Course Requirements: OPNAVINST 5354.1 requires Command Training Team members attend CPPD approved Command Training Team Indoctrination course.
    • 26.
      • Command Career Counselor (trained 1)
      • LCPO (trained 15)
      • DIVOLC (trained 9)
      • DHLC (trained 4)
      • Instructor Training 9502 – (trained 32)
      USS VICTORIOUS Points of Interest
    • 27. Other CPPD Resources
      • NKO - the Career Development, Personal Development and parts of the Learning Page
      • LIFELines Web Page
      • Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL)
      • Encompass - a monthly email to all Fleet leaders, spotlighting new information, recent policy changes and available CPPD training
      • FLTMPS
    • 28. Navy College Office
      • Presenter: Robert Blue
      • Location: Navy College Office, Naval Base San Diego
      • Phone: (619)556-4922
      • Email: Robert.Blue@navy.mil
      • Hours: Monday thru Friday, 0700 – 1700
      • Phone: (619) 556-4922, DSN: 526, Fax: (619) 556-5337
      • Generic email address: nco.sandiego@navy.mil
    • 29. GED and High School Completion
      • GED exam available at Naval Base Coronado
      • Preparation available through Naval Base San Diego
      • Navy pays 100% of the tuition for high school completion programs
    • 30. Questions? Request email addresses for follow-up Survey

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