DoD PreSep Counselor TRAINING & APPLICATION 2012 2013 (3)
by Navy Career Wise and United States Navy on Jul 23, 2012
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DoD Pre-Separation Counselor Training in Denver, CO beginning September 2012 through May 2013. The attached documents provide details and enrollment procedures. Each class has 15 seats reserved ...
DoD Pre-Separation Counselor Training in Denver, CO beginning September 2012 through May 2013. The attached documents provide details and enrollment procedures. Each class has 15 seats reserved exclusively for Command Career Counselors/Command Transition Officers. A total of 135 seats are available under this new contract.
The National Learning Center, University of Colorado at Denver developed the Pre-Separation Counselor Training Course, under contract with Commander, Navy Installations Command-N913 (Fleet and Family Support Programs). This course has been designed to continue our dedicated efforts to support the increase in technical proficiency of our Command Career Counselor force.
The curriculum establishes DoD minimum standards for the delivery of pre-separation counseling to all military personnel transitioning from active duty, in full compliance with United States Code, Title X, Chapter 58, Section 1142, DoD Directive 1332.35, DoD Instruction 1332.36, and OPNAVINST 1900.2B.
DoD Pre-Separation Counselor Course Competencies:
*Participants will have knowledge and an understanding of the law, DoD guidance, and timelines related to pre-separation counseling.
*Participants will knowledge of the purpose and importance of pre-separation counseling.
*Participants will have a knowledge and understanding of the purpose and minimum standards that must be covered for each item on the Pre-Separation Counseling Checklist (DD Form 2648 and DD Form 2648-1).
*Participants will have knowledge and an understanding of basic facilitation skills and the qualities and traits necessary to create an effective learning environment.
*Participants will have knowledge and an understanding to assist transitioning personnel with the development of an individual transition plan (ITP).
All participants must submit a completed nomination form signed by an authorized official at the command. Forms can either be faxed or sent electronically (nomination form is attached). With the exception of classes scheduled for September - October 2012, all nomination forms must be received NLT 60 days prior to scheduled class convening.
Quota Control: NCCM(SW/AW/SS) Michael Cheshier, Force Career Counselor, Commander, Navy Installations Command. Ph: 202-433-3072, DSN 288; Email: Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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