Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Topic 1.25 Educational Opportunities


Published on

Published in: Career, Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Topic 1.25 Educational Opportunities

  1. 1. Career Development Training Course Educational Opportunities 1
  2. 2. Educational OpportunitiesEnabling ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this topic, the trainee will be able to: DEFINE the function and contents of NAVEDTRA 10500, Catalog of Navy Training Courses (CANTRAC). IDENTIFY the components of the Course Identification Number (CIN). IDENTIFY the eligibility requirements for Navy service schools. 2
  3. 3. Educational OpportunitiesEnabling Objectives (cont.) IDENTIFY the types of under-instruction quotas and the rotational credit earned with these quotas. IDENTIFY service school disenrollment procedures. IDENTIFY the procedure to request “A” School. IDENTIFY Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) components. LIST the Navy College Programs. 3
  4. 4. Educational OpportunitiesEnabling Objectives (cont.) IDENTIFY High School Completion Program requirements and funding procedures. IDENTIFY academic skill classes and modes of delivery. LIST the Tuition Assistance (TA) eligibility requirements. IDENTIFY the Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) program eligibility requirements and modes of delivery. 4
  5. 5. Educational OpportunitiesEnabling Objectives (cont.) IDENTIFY the goal of the Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP). IDENTIFY the purpose of the Navy Servicemembers Opportunity College (SOCNAV) network. IDENTIFY the purposes of the United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP). LIST the services provided by the Navy College Office. 5
  6. 6. Educational OpportunitiesEnabling Objectives (cont.) DEFINE the function and contents of the Catalog of Non-Resident Training Courses (NRTC). LIST the Navy E-Learning resources. IDENTIFY the purposes of Navy E- Learning. IDENTIFY the components of the Federally Legislated Educational Benefit Program. 6
  7. 7. Educational OpportunitiesReference Publications NAVEDTRA 10500, Catalog Of Navy Training Courses (CANTRAC) NAVEDTRA 12061, Catalog Of Nonresident Training Courses NAVPERS 15560(series), Naval Military Personnel Manual (MILPERSMAN) Navy College website: https:// 7
  8. 8. Educational OpportunitiesReference Publications (cont.) OPNAVINST 1560.10(series) , Administration of the United Services Military Apprenticeship Program BUPERSINST 1780.1(series), Federally Legislated Educational Benefit Programs 8
  9. 9. Educational OpportunitiesCatalog of Navy Training Courses(CANTRAC) Function:  Provides a consolidated, centrally produced and computerized catalog that presents courses in standardized form.  Can be accessed online through NKO web site. 9
  10. 10. Educational OpportunitiesCANTRAC Format CANTRAC VOLUME I:  Introduction  General information on training facilities CANTRAC VOLUME II:  DEERS access to login  Course descriptions/prerequisites  Convening schedules/locations  Course revision frequency 10
  11. 11. Educational OpportunitiesCourse Identification Number (CIN) Consists of 7 or 8 digits. Example: A-501-0011:  A is the command identifier.  501 is the DOD code skill.  Skill code is 2 digits for officer and 3 digits for enlisted.  0011 is the sequence number within the skill code. 11
  12. 12. Educational OpportunitiesService Schools EligibilityRequirements Sailor must:  Be physically qualified.  Have no more than 1 NJP within 18 months preceding application.  Have no court-martial convictions.  If not rated, must have 12 months on board to request, 18 months on board to transfer. 12
  13. 13. Educational OpportunitiesService Schools EligibilityRequirements (cont.) Obligated Service (OBLISERV):  Sailors must OBLISERV prior to transfer.  Exception is OBLISERV to Train (OTT) option (most recent SRB NAVADMIN message).  AEF/ATF/NUC use MILPERSMAN 1160-040. 13
  14. 14. Educational OpportunitiesService School Quotas TEMADDINS:  Temporary Additional Duty Under Instruction – quota > 20 weeks; Sailor returns to command. TEMDUINS:  Temporary Duty Under Instruction – Quota > 20 weeks in connection with a PCS move. DUINS:  Duty Under Instruction – Quota > 20 weeks, considered a PCS move. 14
  15. 15. Educational OpportunitiesRotation Credit TEMADDINS:  Sailors return to their command and rotation continues. TEMDUINS:  Neutral duty DUINS:  If reporting from shore duty, it is considered a continuation of shore duty.  If reporting from sea duty, it Is considered neutral duty.  If school is 18 months or longer, it is considered shore duty. 15
  16. 16. Educational OpportunitiesService School Disenrollment Payback will be in accordance with the chart in MILPERSMAN 1160 Payback - NF/ATF/AEF MILPERSMAN 1160-040:  Table  Must OBLISERV prior to transfer  Advanced Training/Accelerated Advancement:  1 year for each. 16
  17. 17. Educational Opportunities“A” School Requests Submit 1306/7 package including:  Endorsements  Screening requirements letters  Security clearance application  Other pertinent information Requires strong CO’s endorsement. Submit any waivers if applicable. 17
  18. 18. Educational OpportunitiesNavy College Programs High School Completion Academic Skills Tuition Assistance Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP) Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Navy (SOCNAV) United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP) 18
  19. 19. Educational OpportunitiesHigh School Completion Classes are:  Held during off-duty time to meet requirements for a high school diploma or equivalent credential.  Fully funded under the Tuition Assistance Program. 19
  20. 20. Educational OpportunitiesAcademic Skills Classes:  Are designed to improve competency in reading, English, and math.  Offer two modes of delivery:  Instructor-led, which is facilitated and offered worldwide on demand.  Self-paced, which is “taught” using computerized courseware at 24 Navy College Learning Centers.  Supports “Perform To Serve.” 20
  21. 21. Educational Opportunities Tuition Assistance (TA) Eligibility Sailors must:  Be on active duty for the entire length of the course.  Attend an institution accredited and recognized by the Department of Education.  Provide grades for TA funded courses.  Reimburse “Ws” (voluntary withdrawal) and grade of “F” (failure).  Agree to remain on active duty for at least two years upon completion of courses funded by TA (officer only).  Must be counseled by Navy College Office staff. 21
  22. 22. Educational OpportunitiesNavy College Program for Afloat CollegeEducation (NCPACE) Provides shipboard personnel with educational opportunities comparable to those available ashore. Offers free tuition – Students only pay for books and other instructional materials. Is offered on all US naval vessels and deployable squadrons assigned to Type 2 and Type 4 UICs. Offers two modes of delivery:  Instructor-led  Distance learning 22
  23. 23. Educational OpportunitiesNavy College Program Distance LearningPartnership (NCPDLP) Goal of NCPDLP:  To make available rating relevant educational opportunities worldwide to Sailors through a variety of distance learning instructional modes. NCPDLP Institutions are members of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Navy (SOCNAV). 23
  24. 24. Educational OpportunitiesServicemembers OpportunityColleges Navy (SOCNAV) SOCNAV:  Is a system of college curriculum networks designed for Sailors and their adult family members.  Consists of groups of colleges that have agreed to accept each others courses in a particular program of study.  Allows students to move freely among network colleges without being reevaluated or worrying about whether courses will transfer. 24
  25. 25. Educational OpportunitiesServicemembers OpportunityColleges Navy (SOCNAV) (cont.) SOCNAV Levels:  SOCNAV-2 is the Associate’s Degree network program.  SOCNAV-4 is the Bachelors Degree network program.  SOCNAV Agreement issued after 6 semester hours of course work. 25
  26. 26. Educational OpportunitiesUnited Services MilitaryApprenticeship Program (USMAP) USMAP:  Is a system by which active duty service members can earn certification for skills learned through documented work experience.  Provides Department of Labor (DOL)- registered apprenticeships to active duty service members.  Provides Sailors with the nationally recognized "Certificate of Completion" from the DOL upon program completion. 26
  27. 27. Educational OpportunitiesNavy College Services Educational Needs Assessment Navy Education Programs Counseling Academic Testing Briefings American Council on Education (ACE) Evaluation Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART) Sailor/Marine Online Academic Advisor (SMOLAA) Navy College Learning Center 27
  28. 28. Educational OpportunitiesNavy College Center (NCC) NCC:  Is located in Pensacola, Florida  Is operational 7 days a week from 0600 - 2100 (CST) Contact Information:  Phone: 1-877-253-7122  DSN: 922-7122  Website: https:// 28
  29. 29. Educational OpportunitiesNAVEDTRA 12061, Catalog ofNonresident Training Courses (NRTC)- Front lists obsolete courses Part 1 - General ordering instructions NRTCs listed alphabetically by title NRTC is course with answer sheet Certain NRTCs may be ordered in electronic format (CD-ROM) 29
  30. 30. Educational OpportunitiesNavy E-Learning Combines the resources of:  Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript  Navy Training Management and Planning System (NTMPS)  NTMPS Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ)  NETg 30
  31. 31. Educational OpportunitiesNavy E-Learning (cont.) Why Navy E-Learning?  Is an online training experience.  Offers self-paced courses.  Is individualized for a Sailor’s needs.  Is available anytime, anyplace worldwide on NKO (providing Internet access is available).  Is designed to satisfy training, education and professional development requirements. 31
  32. 32. Educational OpportunitiesNavy E-Learning (cont.) What does Navy E-Learning have to offer?  4479 training courses  Information technology programs  Rate training  Leadership, management, and personal development programs  GMT 32
  33. 33. Educational Opportunities BUPERSINST 1780.1, Federally Legislated Educational Benefit Programs V E G IB VEA P M G IB N A VY1 FEB 55 - 1 JA N 77 - 1 JU L 85 C O LLEG E FU N D31 D EC 76 30 JU N 85 PR ESEN T 1 JA N 90 PR ESEN T EA TP C O N V E R S IO N 1 D EC 80 - F R O M V E A P T O M G IB 30 SEP 82 9 O C T 96 - 8 O C T 97 C O N V E R S IO N F R O M V E G IB T O M G IB 1 JA N 90 PR ESEN T N e w M G IB ? ? P o s s ib ly J u ly 2 0 0 9 33
  34. 34. Educational OpportunitiesVietnam ERA GI BILL Veterans’ Readjustment Benefits Act of 1966:  Applies to those who served from 31 JAN 55 - 31 DEC 76.  Benefits terminate 10 years after discharge date. 34
  35. 35. Educational OpportunitiesVeterans Educational AssistanceProgram (VEAP) Post Vietnam Era Veteran’s Educational Assistance Program  Applies to those who served from 1 JAN 77 - 30 JUN 85  Matched 2 for 1  Provides $2,700 (servicemember) + $5,400 = $8,100 35
  36. 36. Educational OpportunitiesMontgomery GI Bill (MGIB) Montgomery GI Bill Act of 1984:  Effective 1 JUL 85.  Sailor contributes $100.00 per month for the first 12 months of active duty.  Provides monthly Educational Assistance Allowance for attending college. Current rates can be found on the Department of Veterans Affairs Website: http://  Benefits terminate 10 years after discharge date. 36
  37. 37. Educational OpportunitiesSummary and Review What does TEMDUINS stand for? What are the TA eligibility requirements? What is Navy E-Learning designed to do? 37