CNATT Detachment Atsugi
NALCOMIS Work Center Supervisor for OMAs
(E-555-0036)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Work Center Supervisor with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System for OMA (NALCOMIS OMA) to effectively manage a work center. Topics include: Operational Risk Management, Human Factors Training, Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Work Center Supervisors Responsibilities, Dispersed Technical Publications Library (DTPL) Management Responsibilities, Computerized Self Evaluation Checklist (CSEC) Program, Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Program (NAMDRP) Procedures, Maintenance Data System (MDS), and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System for OMA (NALCOMIS OMA).

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel serving in paygrades E-5 or above (Navy) and E-4 or above (Marine Corps) or currently assigned or have prospective assignment to duties as an Organizational Work Center Supervisor or assistant.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Quality Assurance for OOMA
(E-555-0046)
**OPTIMIZED and LEGACY NALCOMIS**
LEGACY portion is MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy (OMA) and Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance division. Topics will include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Quality Assurance Responsibilities, Work Center Audits/Special Audits, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Legacy for OMA, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA). This course provides Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy OMA and Optimized (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance Division.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Officer, civilian and senior enlisted personnel permanently assigned to the Quality Assurance Division, personnel selected/designated as Collateral Duty Inspectors (CDIs) or Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representatives (CDQARs).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Material Control Management
(E-555-0051)
**Legacy and Optimized O & I-Level NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: The Naval Aviation Material Control Management Course is designed to provide organizational maintenance/material personnel E-1 through E-7, W-1 through W-5, and O-1 through O-3 with general training in the concepts, management and procedures to efficiently administer a Material Control Work Center ashore and afloat including the Legacy and Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) NALCOMIS system, Optimized Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) NALCOMIS system. Course provides familiarization with the following: 1. Use of applicable maintenance and supply publications, 2. Operations of the Material Control work center, 3. Relationships between Maintenance and Supply, 4. Management of the OPTAR, 5. Management of the AIR, 6. Survey of Navy property, 7. Management of the AMMRL program, 8. Functions of the ASD and AMSU, 9. Standard identification of aeronautical material, 10. Methods of material procurement, 11. Material Control functions of the Legacy, Optimized, and IOMA NALCOMIS system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

NOTE: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

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Naval Aviation Maintenance Control Administration
(E-555-0040)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS*

PURPOSE: To train the student in the operations and responsibilities of the organizational level Maintenance Control branch. Operations and responsibilities include utilizing the NAMP, utilizing QA personnel, interpreting maintenance reports, initiating MAF's, documenting NAVFLIRS, utilizing the NALCOMIS system, applying the inventory reporting system, applying the weight and balance program, scheduling aircraft and engine inspections, coordinating compliance of Technical Directives, applying the material management system, submitting various reports to higher authority, utilizing maintenance plans and aircraft logs and records for planning maintenance, utilizing contingency procedures, applying the PMS system, coordinating the performance of FCF's, Maintenance Department Structure and Responsibilites, Introduction to Quality Assurance/Analysis Division, Mission Capability and Inventory reporting system, Maintenance Action Form (MAF) and Aircraft Discrepancy Book (ADB), Maf Work request, Weight and Balance, Organizational Monthly Maintenance Plan, Aircraft Inventory Record, Aircraft Inventory Reporting System, Aircraft Engine Accounting, Aircraft Logbooks and Supplemental Records, Standard Depot Level Maintenance (SDLM) and Phase Depot Maintenance (PDM), Miscellaneous Flights, Aircraft Material Readiness Report, Planner and Estimator Services, Cannibalization Management, Selected Maintenance Programs and Contingency Processing.

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days.

PREREQUISITES: E-6 and above (Navy), E-5 and above (Marine Corps) assigned to the Organizational Level Aviation Maintenance Department, Maintenance Control Division, or Maintenance Control branch.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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NALCOMIS SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR FOR OMAs
(E-555-0028)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: This course is designed to provide selected military and civilian personnel with the necessary knowledge and skills to safely administer the system, hardware, software, to protect the system from external attack, manage system utilities mail/message utility, printer management, process status, system initialization, system security , and queue management subsystems, perform detachment processing, using the NALCOMIS OMA Automated Information System to the level specified in the supporting document. This course content will include instruction in Automated Information System (AIS) Security, system hardware configuration and setup, System Administrator responsibilities, working with System Administrator's Main Menu (SAMM), working within the NALCOMIS Database to create user accounts and assign Special Maintenance Qualifications (SMQs), and setting up and administering a squadron detachment system, using the NALCOMIS OMA system, CNAFINST 4790.2 (series), and approved technical manuals.

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days.

PREREQUISITES: Prospective trainees must be military personnel (E1 thru E9) or civilian government employees (GS-07 or above) serving as administrators, collateral duty administrators or administrators for detachments are authorized. The prospective trainee will be assigned the billet or responsibility of squadron or detachment System Administrator, or Assistant System Administrator.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation MAF/SCIR Documentation for NALCOMIS OMAs
(E-555-0038)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide military personnel with training in the operation and documentation of the Maintenance Action Form (MAF) at the Organizational level. The student will acquire the working knowledge of the MAF and SCIR related documentation, Introduction to the NAMP, Intro to Maintenance Data System (MDS), definition and utilization examination of each data block of the MAF, Subsystem Capability Impact Reporting (SCIR), and NALCOMIS OMA MAF and SCIR application. The student will acquire a working knowledge of the MAF and SCIR related documentation. This course has been updated to include NALCOMIS OMA for those activities on the NALCOMIS OMA system.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: Officer and enlisted Navy and Marine Corps personnel E-3 and above with six months experience in an organizational level maintenance department.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Financial Management for Naval Aviation for
Operating Target Accounting (OPTAR)
(E-555-0018)

PURPOSE: Course provides information to properly administer, maintain, report and account for command Operating Target (OPTAR) funds. Trainees are provided with the essential knowledge and skills to operate as a financial manager for an organizational activity. Instruction in manual and automated bookkeeping, reporting and validating incoming financial reports are taught in detail with actual hands-on during each phase of the course. To provide operating target managers with training in the concepts, procedures and policies to efficiently administer the Navy accounting system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel E-4 and above, and junior officers assigned to a Material Control Division, or individuals assigned direct responsibility for financial accounting. All personnel must have successfully completed FASOTRAGRU Naval Aviation Material Control (D/E-555-0003 or D/E-555-0051) or NAVSCSOL Joint Aviation Supply Support Material Management (JASSMM) course (A-8B-0020).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Maintenance Logs and Records Management for NALCOMIS OMAs
(E-555-0039)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: To provide the student with training in the initiation and maintenance of required Aircraft Logbooks, associated Aeronautical Equipment Service Records (AESRs) and submission of required reports in support of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, including NALCOMIS for OMA's. Topics include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), The Planned Maintenance System (PMS), Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System for OMA (NALCOMIS OMA), Logs and Records source documents and reports, Aeronautical Technical Directives, Aircraft Inventory Reporting System (AIRS), aircraft engine accounting records and reports, Aircraft Logbook and associated records, initiation and maintenance of required Aircraft Logbooks in support of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, including NALCOMIS for OMA'S.

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days.

PREREQUISITES: Personnel currently filling or projected to fill a Logs and Records billet, Quality Assurance Representatives and civilian personnel directly responsible for aircraft logbooks. Personnel must have 90 days experience in a NALCOMIS OMA command prior to attending this course.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Analyst Refresher
(E-555-0055)

PURPOSE: The purpose of the NALCOMIS System Analyst Refresher course is to provide Legacy and OOMA analysts and assistant analysts refresher training to strengthen their skills in data analysis. Analyst functions include preparing AdHoq queries, screening Maintenance Action Forms (MAF), calculating Subsystem Capability Impact Reporting (SCIR), screening NAVFLIRS, viewing NAVFLIRS corrections, processing the RT-79 messages and preparing Maintenance summaries. The procedures will be conducted at the intermediate level from shore installations. The Analyst will be able to perform functions with minimal supervision. The course will consist of lecture/demonstration followed by hands-on performance by the trainees. Topics will include administration of the database, analytical data, analytical techniques, NAVFLIRS, Maintenance Action Forms/Work Orders, end of the month closeouts, verify reports and data, construction reports.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: OTHER Trainees must be military personnel E-4 through E-9 or civilian government employees GS-07 or above serving as administrators, assistant administrators or administrators for detachments. The prospective trainee will be assigned the billet or responsibility of squadron or detachment System Analyst or Assistant System Analyst.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Aeronautical Technical Publication Library (ATPL) Management
(E-555-0007)
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Central Technical Publication Librarians (CTPLs) with the knowledge and skills of the Aeronautical Technical Publications Library (ATPL) and the Technical Publications Library Program to effectively manage a CTPL. Training consists of instruction on managing the CTPL within the Quality Assurance Division and monitoring the Dispersed Technical Publications Libraries in the work centers.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Military and civilian personnel to be/currently assigned to Quality Assurance Division and/or Central Technical Publications Library. Applies to both Organizational and Intermediate level maintenance.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation OMA Basic Documentation and Functional Training
(E-555-0047)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Personnel with the knowledge and skills to effectively utilize the NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA) system. Topics will include: Maintenance Data System (MDS), and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA).

COURSE LENGTH: Two (2) days.

PREREQUISITES: None.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Quality Assurance for OOMA
(E-555-0046)
**OPTIMIZED and LEGACY NALCOMIS**
LEGACY portion is MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy (OMA) and Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance division. Topics will include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Quality Assurance Responsibilities, Work Center Audits/Special Audits, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Legacy for OMA, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA). This course provides Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy OMA and Optimized (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance Division.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Officer, civilian and senior enlisted personnel permanently assigned to the Quality Assurance Division, personnel selected/designated as Collateral Duty Inspectors (CDIs) or Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representatives (CDQARs).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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OOMA Senior Familiarization
(E-555-0054)

PURPOSE: The Naval Aviation Officer and Senior Supervisor NALCOMIS OOMA Familiarization Course is designed to provide Senior Organizational Maintenance Activity Personnel with a basic overview of OOMA functionalities at the Managerial level. To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Personnel with a basic overview of OOMA functionality at the Senior Personnel level. Topics will include: Electronic Aircraft Discrepancy Book (ADB), Visual Electronic Display (VED), Reports, Log sets, Cannibalization Wizard and AD HOC.

COURSE LENGTH: One (1) day.

PREREQUISITES: OTHER Senior Managers E-7 and above assigned to the Organizational Level Aviation Maintenance Department currently in or transferring to an OOMA command.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Material Control Management
(E-555-0051)
**Legacy and Optimized O & I-Level NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: The Naval Aviation Material Control Management Course is designed to provide organizational maintenance/material personnel E-1 through E-7, W-1 through W-5, and O-1 through O-3 with general training in the concepts, management and procedures to efficiently administer a Material Control Work Center ashore and afloat including the Legacy and Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) NALCOMIS system, Optimized Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) NALCOMIS system. Course provides familiarization with the following: 1. Use of applicable maintenance and supply publications, 2. Operations of the Material Control work center, 3. Relationships between Maintenance and Supply, 4. Management of the OPTAR, 5. Management of the AIR, 6. Survey of Navy property, 7. Management of the AMMRL program, 8. Functions of the ASD and AMSU, 9. Standard identification of aeronautical material, 10. Methods of material procurement, 11. Material Control functions of the Legacy, Optimized, and IOMA NALCOMIS system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

NOTE: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

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NALCOMIS OOMA System Administration
(E-555-0049)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: The course will provide training in the following areas: 1. Establish, operate and maintain a Windows NT domain environment using Windows NT Server and Client workstations to provide a fully integrated electronic means with which to process naval aviation maintenance data. 2. Operate and maintain the OPTIMIZED Naval Aviation Logistics Management Information System (NALCOMIS) automated hardware/software to provide maintenance, material and operations managers with timely, accurate and complete information on which to base daily decisions in the management of assigned aircraft and equipment. 3. Establish, offload, and setup operational detachments, both connected and disconnected. 4. Usage of the OOMA automated network to interface with the Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA)/Aviation Supply Department (ASD) database for certain functions, such as updating of material requisition information. The System Administrator (S/A) course is designed to provide the OMA System Administrator with the basic management objectives, techniques and requirements to execute the functions with NALCOMIS OOMA. Students upon completion of this course should have a thorough understanding of the OOMA SA manual as it pertains to the Optimized NALCOMIS management information and control systems.

COURSE LENGTH: Fourteen (14) days.

PREREQUISITES: None

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Financial Management for Naval Aviation for
Operating Target Accounting (OPTAR)
(E-555-0018)

PURPOSE: Course provides information to properly administer, maintain, report and account for command Operating Target (OPTAR) funds. Trainees are provided with the essential knowledge and skills to operate as a financial manager for an organizational activity. Instruction in manual and automated bookkeeping, reporting and validating incoming financial reports are taught in detail with actual hands-on during each phase of the course. To provide operating target managers with training in the concepts, procedures and policies to efficiently administer the Navy accounting system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel E-4 and above, and junior officers assigned to a Material Control Division, or individuals assigned direct responsibility for financial accounting. All personnel must have successfully completed FASOTRAGRU Naval Aviation Material Control (D/E-555-0003 or D/E-555-0051) or NAVSCSOL Joint Aviation Supply Support Material Management (JASSMM) course (A-8B-0020).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Configuration Management
(E-555-0048)

PURPOSE: Configuration Management will familiarize students with the content and functions of the CM module within Optimized NALCOMIS OMA. This course will provide intermediate and organizational maintenance users with a basic understanding of how the Optimized OMA (OOMA) NALCOMIS Configuration Management (CM) module operates. Logs and records, ALSS and Support Equipment personnel will acquire an overview of how to create inventory (electronic log sets), transfer/receive items, view logs and records and the tools available to assist the squadron’s or AIMD's maintenance effort.

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) days.

PREREQUISITES: None

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Analyst Refresher
(E-555-0055)

PURPOSE: The purpose of the NALCOMIS System Analyst Refresher course is to provide Legacy and OOMA analysts and assistant analysts refresher training to strengthen their skills in data analysis. Analyst functions include preparing AdHoq queries, screening Maintenance Action Forms (MAF), calculating Subsystem Capability Impact Reporting (SCIR), screening NAVFLIRS, viewing NAVFLIRS corrections, processing the RT-79 messages and preparing Maintenance summaries. The procedures will be conducted at the intermediate level from shore installations. The Analyst will be able to perform functions with minimal supervision. The course will consist of lecture/demonstration followed by hands-on performance by the trainees. Topics will include administration of the database, analytical data, analytical techniques, NAVFLIRS, Maintenance Action Forms/Work Orders, end of the month closeouts, verify reports and data, construction reports.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: OTHER Trainees must be military personnel E-4 through E-9 or civilian government employees GS-07 or above serving as administrators, assistant administrators or administrators for detachments. The prospective trainee will be assigned the billet or responsibility of squadron or detachment System Analyst or Assistant System Analyst.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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ALSS Configuration Management
(E-555-0056)

PURPOSE: To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Aircrew Survival Equipment-man (PR) or Aviation Structural Mechanic - Safety Equipment (AME) with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage the Aviation Life Support System Configuration Management (ALSS CM) in NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA). To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Aircrew Survival Equipment-man (PR) or Aviation Structural Mechanic - Safety Equipment (AME) with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage the Aviation Life Support System Configuration Management (ALSS CM) in NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA). Topics will include Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA) and technical directives (TDs) for the Aviation Life Support System (ALSS).

COURSE LENGTH: Two (2) days.

PREREQUISITES: Rate AM or PR.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Maintenance Logs and Records Management for NALCOMIS OMAs
(E-555-0039)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: To provide the student with training in the initiation and maintenance of required Aircraft Logbooks, associated Aeronautical Equipment Service Records (AESRs) and submission of required reports in support of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, including NALCOMIS for OMA's. Topics include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), The Planned Maintenance System (PMS), Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System for OMA (NALCOMIS OMA), Logs and Records source documents and reports, Aeronautical Technical Directives, Aircraft Inventory Reporting System (AIRS), aircraft engine accounting records and reports, Aircraft Logbook and associated records, initiation and maintenance of required Aircraft Logbooks in support of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, including NALCOMIS for OMA'S.

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days.

PREREQUISITES: Personnel currently filling or projected to fill a Logs and Records billet, Quality Assurance Representatives and civilian personnel directly responsible for aircraft logbooks. Personnel must have 90 days experience in a NALCOMIS OMA command prior to attending this course.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Aeronautical Technical Publication Library (ATPL) Management
(E-555-0007)
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Central Technical Publication Librarians (CTPLs) with the knowledge and skills of the Aeronautical Technical Publications Library (ATPL) and the Technical Publications Library Program to effectively manage a CTPL. Training consists of instruction on managing the CTPL within the Quality Assurance Division and monitoring the Dispersed Technical Publications Libraries in the work centers.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Military and civilian personnel to be/currently assigned to Quality Assurance Division and/or Central Technical Publications Library. Applies to both Organizational and Intermediate level maintenance.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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IMA Work Center Management/Documentation Procedures
(E-555-0041)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: Course provides Aviation Maintenance personnel with a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program and the operation of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System (NALCOMIS) OPTIMIZED operating system as a management information and control system. The course content will include the following: using the NALCOMIS IMA Optimized operating system and in accordance with approved technical manuals, administer the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, monitor the work center production effort through the use of various NALCOMIS reports, ADHOC functions and inquiries, perform maintenance action documentation, and manage the work center under Contingency Operations. The Intermediate Maintenance, Workcenter Management/Documentation course is designed to provide work center personnel and managers in all aviation ratings, with basic management objectives, techniques and requirements to execute the work center functions within the Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA). The trainee, upon completion of this course, should have a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program as it pertains to the Intermediate Maintenance Activity and the operation of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System (NALCOMIS) Optimized operating system as a management information and control system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel and officers assigned to an AIMD, or individuals directly responsible for supervising Intermediate Work Centers within AIMD.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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IMA Power Plants Work Center Supervisor
(E-555-2022)

PURPOSE: The Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) Power Plants Work Center course is designed to provide Work Center personnel with the basic management objectives, techniques and requirements to execute the Power Plants Work Center requirements. Trainee upon completion of this course, should have a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) as it pertains to the Intermediate Maintenance Activity and the operation of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System (NALCOMIS) Optimized operating system, as a maintenance documentation, management information and control system. Course provides Aviation Maintenance personnel with a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program and the operation of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) Optimized "I" and "O" level operating systems as a management information and control system. The course content will include the following, using the NALCOMIS IMA Optimized "I" and "O" level operating systems and in accordance with approved technical manuals and procedures. Administer the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program. Monitor the production effort of the IMA Power Plants work centers through the use of various NALCOMIS reports, ADHOC functions and inquires. Perform Automated Log set functions using the Configuration Management subsystem of the NALCOMIS Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) operating system.

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) days.

PREREQUISITES: OTHER It is highly recommended that the trainee attend the IMA Documentation course, if the trainee does not have a thorough understanding of IMA maintenance documentation utilizing Optimized IMA NALCOMIS

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Quality Assurance for OOMA
(E-555-0046)
**OPTIMIZED and LEGACY NALCOMIS**
LEGACY portion is MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy (OMA) and Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance division. Topics will include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Quality Assurance Responsibilities, Work Center Audits/Special Audits, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Legacy for OMA, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA). This course provides Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy OMA and Optimized (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance Division.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Officer, civilian and senior enlisted personnel permanently assigned to the Quality Assurance Division, personnel selected/designated as Collateral Duty Inspectors (CDIs) or Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representatives (CDQARs).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Material Control Management
(E-555-0051)
**Legacy and Optimized O & I-Level NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: The Naval Aviation Material Control Management Course is designed to provide organizational maintenance/material personnel E-1 through E-7, W-1 through W-5, and O-1 through O-3 with general training in the concepts, management and procedures to efficiently administer a Material Control Work Center ashore and afloat including the Legacy and Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) NALCOMIS system, Optimized Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) NALCOMIS system. Course provides familiarization with the following: 1. Use of applicable maintenance and supply publications, 2. Operations of the Material Control work center, 3. Relationships between Maintenance and Supply, 4. Management of the OPTAR, 5. Management of the AIR, 6. Survey of Navy property, 7. Management of the AMMRL program, 8. Functions of the ASD and AMSU, 9. Standard identification of aeronautical material, 10. Methods of material procurement, 11. Material Control functions of the Legacy, Optimized, and IOMA NALCOMIS system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

NOTE: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

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IMA Production Control
(E-555-0043)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: This course provides aviation maintenance personnel with a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program and the operation of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System (NALCOMIS) Optimized operating system as a management information and control system. The course content will include the following: using the NALCOMIS IMA Optimized operating system and in accordance with approved technical manuals and procedures, administer the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, monitor the production effort of the IMA through the use of various NALCOMIS reports, ADHOC functions and inquiries, perform Maintenance Action approval, rejection and clearing processes, perform Maintenance Action documentation, perform Material Requisitioning approval or rejection, monitor requisition status, manage the IMA under Contingency Operations. The Intermediate Maintenance Activity Production Control Course is designed to provide Production Control personnel with the basic management objectives, techniques and requirements to execute the Production Control functions within an Intermediate maintenance Activity (IMA). The trainee, upon completion of this course, should have a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) as it pertains to the IMA and the operation of the NALCOMIS Optimized operating system, as a management information and control system.

COURSE LENGTH: Eight (8) days.

PREREQUISITES: None.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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IMA Production Control
(E-555-0043)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: This course provides aviation maintenance personnel with a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program and the operation of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System (NALCOMIS) Optimized operating system as a management information and control system. The course content will include the following: using the NALCOMIS IMA Optimized operating system and in accordance with approved technical manuals and procedures, administer the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, monitor the production effort of the IMA through the use of various NALCOMIS reports, ADHOC functions and inquiries, perform Maintenance Action approval, rejection and clearing processes, perform Maintenance Action documentation, perform Material Requisitioning approval or rejection, monitor requisition status, manage the IMA under Contingency Operations. The Intermediate Maintenance Activity Production Control Course is designed to provide Production Control personnel with the basic management objectives, techniques and requirements to execute the Production Control functions within an Intermediate maintenance Activity (IMA). The trainee, upon completion of this course, should have a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) as it pertains to the IMA and the operation of the NALCOMIS Optimized operating system, as a management information and control system.

COURSE LENGTH: Eight (8) days.

PREREQUISITES: None.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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IMA Power Plants Production Control
(E-555-2021)

PURPOSE: The Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) Power Plants Production Control course is designed to provide Power Plants Production Control personnel with the basic management objectives, techniques and requirements to execute the Power Plants Production Control functions within an Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA). Trainee upon completion of this course, should have a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) as it pertains to the Intermediate Maintenance Activity and the operation of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System (NALCOMIS) Optimized operating system, as a maintenance documentation, management information and control system. Course provides Aviation Maintenance personnel with a thorough understanding of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program and the operation of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) Optimized "I" and "O" level operating systems as a management information and control system. The course content will include the following, using the NALCOMIS IMA Optimized "I" and "O" level operating systems and in accordance with approved technical manuals and procedures. Administer the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program. Monitor the production effort of the IMA Power Plants work centers through the use of various NALCOMIS reports, ADHOC functions and inquires. Perform Automated Logset functions using the Configuration Management subsystem of the NALCOMIS Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) operating system.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: OTHER It is highly recommended that the trainee attend the IMA Documentation and IMA Power Plants Work Center Supervisor courses if the trainee does not have a thorough understanding of IMA Power Plants maintenance documentation utilizing Optimized IMA NALCOMIS.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Financial Management for Naval Aviation for
Operating Target Accounting (OPTAR)
(E-555-0018)

PURPOSE: Course provides information to properly administer, maintain, report and account for command Operating Target (OPTAR) funds. Trainees are provided with the essential knowledge and skills to operate as a financial manager for an organizational activity. Instruction in manual and automated bookkeeping, reporting and validating incoming financial reports are taught in detail with actual hands-on during each phase of the course. To provide operating target managers with training in the concepts, procedures and policies to efficiently administer the Navy accounting system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel E-4 and above, and junior officers assigned to a Material Control Division, or individuals assigned direct responsibility for financial accounting. All personnel must have successfully completed FASOTRAGRU Naval Aviation Material Control (D/E-555-0003 or D/E-555-0051) or NAVSCSOL Joint Aviation Supply Support Material Management (JASSMM) course (A-8B-0020).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Configuration Management
(E-555-0048)

PURPOSE: Configuration Management will familiarize students with the content and functions of the CM module within Optimized NALCOMIS OMA. This course will provide intermediate and organizational maintenance users with a basic understanding of how the Optimized OMA (OOMA) NALCOMIS Configuration Management (CM) module operates. Logs and records, ALSS and Support Equipment personnel will acquire an overview of how to create inventory (electronic log sets), transfer/receive items, view logs and records and the tools available to assist the squadron’s or AIMD's maintenance effort.

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) days.

PREREQUISITES: None

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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IMA Component Control Section(CCS)/Repairable Mng't Division(RMD) Procedures
(E-555-0042)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: The course content will include the following: using the Optimized NALCOMIS IMA operating system and in accordance with approved technical manuals, administration of the Component Control Section (CCS)/Repairable Control control Branch (RCB)/Repairable Delivery Branch (RDB), management of the Local Repair Cycle Asset (LRCA) Unit/Repairable Storage Branch (RSB), management of the Awaiting Parts (AWP) Unit/Awaiting Parts Branch (AWPB), management of the Supply Screening Unit (SSU)/Supply Shipping Branch (SSB), management of the CCS/RMD work centers under Contingency Operations. This course is designed to provide operating aviation supply personnel with training in the concept, management, and procedures to efficiently administer the Component Control Section (CCS) or Repairable Management Division (RMD) utilizing Optimized Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) IMA.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: Navy enlisted personnel, and officers assigned to an Aviation Support Division ashore or the Aviation Support (S-6) Division afloat, or individuals directly responsible for supervising Component Control Section work centers, Marine enlisted personnel, and officers assigned to a Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron Aviation Supply Department (MALS ASD), or individuals directly responsible for supervising Repairable Management Division (RMD) work centers. Must have no less than 30 days experience with Optimized NALCOMIS IMA terminal operations.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Analyst Refresher
(E-555-0055)

PURPOSE: The purpose of the NALCOMIS System Analyst Refresher course is to provide Legacy and OOMA analysts and assistant analysts refresher training to strengthen their skills in data analysis. Analyst functions include preparing AdHoq queries, screening Maintenance Action Forms (MAF), calculating Subsystem Capability Impact Reporting (SCIR), screening NAVFLIRS, viewing NAVFLIRS corrections, processing the RT-79 messages and preparing Maintenance summaries. The procedures will be conducted at the intermediate level from shore installations. The Analyst will be able to perform functions with minimal supervision. The course will consist of lecture/demonstration followed by hands-on performance by the trainees. Topics will include administration of the database, analytical data, analytical techniques, NAVFLIRS, Maintenance Action Forms/Work Orders, end of the month closeouts, verify reports and data, construction reports.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: OTHER Trainees must be military personnel E-4 through E-9 or civilian government employees GS-07 or above serving as administrators, assistant administrators or administrators for detachments. The prospective trainee will be assigned the billet or responsibility of squadron or detachment System Analyst or Assistant System Analyst.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Maintenance Logs and Records Management for NALCOMIS OMAs
(E-555-0039)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: To provide the student with training in the initiation and maintenance of required Aircraft Logbooks, associated Aeronautical Equipment Service Records (AESRs) and submission of required reports in support of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, including NALCOMIS for OMA's. Topics include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), The Planned Maintenance System (PMS), Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System for OMA (NALCOMIS OMA), Logs and Records source documents and reports, Aeronautical Technical Directives, Aircraft Inventory Reporting System (AIRS), aircraft engine accounting records and reports, Aircraft Logbook and associated records, initiation and maintenance of required Aircraft Logbooks in support of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, including NALCOMIS for OMA'S.

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days.

PREREQUISITES: Personnel currently filling or projected to fill a Logs and Records billet, Quality Assurance Representatives and civilian personnel directly responsible for aircraft logbooks. Personnel must have 90 days experience in a NALCOMIS OMA command prior to attending this course.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Aeronautical Technical Publication Library (ATPL) Management
(E-555-0007)
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Central Technical Publication Librarians (CTPLs) with the knowledge and skills of the Aeronautical Technical Publications Library (ATPL) and the Technical Publications Library Program to effectively manage a CTPL. Training consists of instruction on managing the CTPL within the Quality Assurance Division and monitoring the Dispersed Technical Publications Libraries in the work centers.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Military and civilian personnel to be/currently assigned to Quality Assurance Division and/or Central Technical Publications Library. Applies to both Organizational and Intermediate level maintenance.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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NALCOMIS Work Center Supervisor for OMAs
(E-555-0036)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Work Center Supervisor with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System for OMA (NALCOMIS OMA) to effectively manage a work center. Topics include: Operational Risk Management, Human Factors Training, Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Work Center Supervisors Responsibilities, Dispersed Technical Publications Library (DTPL) Management Responsibilities, Computerized Self Evaluation Checklist (CSEC) Program, Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Program (NAMDRP) Procedures, Maintenance Data System (MDS), and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System for OMA (NALCOMIS OMA).

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel serving in paygrades E-5 or above (Navy) and E-4 or above (Marine Corps) or currently assigned or have prospective assignment to duties as an Organizational Work Center Supervisor or assistant.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Quality Assurance for OOMA
(E-555-0046)
**OPTIMIZED and LEGACY NALCOMIS**
LEGACY portion is MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy (OMA) and Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance division. Topics will include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Quality Assurance Responsibilities, Work Center Audits/Special Audits, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Legacy for OMA, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA). This course provides Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy OMA and Optimized (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance Division.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Officer, civilian and senior enlisted personnel permanently assigned to the Quality Assurance Division, personnel selected/designated as Collateral Duty Inspectors (CDIs) or Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representatives (CDQARs).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Material Control Management
(E-555-0051)
**Legacy and Optimized O & I-Level NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: The Naval Aviation Material Control Management Course is designed to provide organizational maintenance/material personnel E-1 through E-7, W-1 through W-5, and O-1 through O-3 with general training in the concepts, management and procedures to efficiently administer a Material Control Work Center ashore and afloat including the Legacy and Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) NALCOMIS system, Optimized Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) NALCOMIS system. Course provides familiarization with the following: 1. Use of applicable maintenance and supply publications, 2. Operations of the Material Control work center, 3. Relationships between Maintenance and Supply, 4. Management of the OPTAR, 5. Management of the AIR, 6. Survey of Navy property, 7. Management of the AMMRL program, 8. Functions of the ASD and AMSU, 9. Standard identification of aeronautical material, 10. Methods of material procurement, 11. Material Control functions of the Legacy, Optimized, and IOMA NALCOMIS system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

NOTE: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

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Naval Aviation Maintenance Officer/Detachment Officer (DETMO) Familiarization
(E-555-0034)
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide personnel assigned as an Aircraft Maintenance Officer, Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer, Detachment Officer in Charge and Maintenance Managers the basic information pertaining to programs and procedures to operate a Maintenance Department ashore or afloat as outlined in the CNAFINST 4790.2 (series) and applicable references. Provides Maintenance Officers/Detachment Officers basic information needed to manage the Maintenance Department.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: None.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Maintenance Control Administration
(E-555-0040)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: To train the student in the operations and responsibilities of the organizational level Maintenance Control branch. Operations and responsibilities include utilizing the NAMP, utilizing QA personnel, interpreting maintenance reports, initiating MAF's, documenting NAVFLIRS, utilizing the NALCOMIS system, applying the inventory reporting system, applying the weight and balance program, scheduling aircraft and engine inspections, coordinating compliance of Technical Directives, applying the material management system, submitting various reports to higher authority, utilizing maintenance plans and aircraft logs and records for planning maintenance, utilizing contingency procedures, applying the PMS system, coordinating the performance of FCF's, Maintenance Department Structure and Responsibilites, Introduction to Quality Assurance/Analysis Division, Mission Capability and Inventory reporting system, Maintenance Action Form (MAF) and Aircraft Discrepancy Book (ADB), Maf Work request, Weight and Balance, Organizational Monthly Maintenance Plan, Aircraft Inventory Record, Aircraft Inventory Reporting System, Aircraft Engine Accounting, Aircraft Logbooks and Supplemental Records, Standard Depot Level Maintenance (SDLM) and Phase Depot Maintenance (PDM), Miscellaneous Flights, Aircraft Material Readiness Report, Planner and Estimator Services, Cannibalization Management, Selected Maintenance Programs and Contingency Processing.

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days.

PREREQUISITES: E-6 and above (Navy), E-5 and above (Marine Corps) assigned to the Organizational Level Aviation Maintenance Department, Maintenance Control Division, or Maintenance Control branch.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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NALCOMIS SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR FOR OMAs
(E-555-0028)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: This course is designed to provide selected military and civilian personnel with the necessary knowledge and skills to safely administer the system, hardware, software, to protect the system from external attack, manage system utilities mail/message utility, printer management, process status, system initialization, system security , and queue management subsystems, perform detachment processing, using the NALCOMIS OMA Automated Information System to the level specified in the supporting document. This course content will include instruction in Automated Information System (AIS) Security, system hardware configuration and setup, System Administrator responsibilities, working with System Administrator's Main Menu (SAMM), working within the NALCOMIS Database to create user accounts and assign Special Maintenance Qualifications (SMQs), and setting up and administering a squadron detachment system, using the NALCOMIS OMA system, CNAFINST 4790.2 (series), and approved technical manuals.

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days.

PREREQUISITES: Prospective trainees must be military personnel (E1 thru E9) or civilian government employees (GS-07 or above) serving as administrators, collateral duty administrators or administrators for detachments are authorized. The prospective trainee will be assigned the billet or responsibility of squadron or detachment System Administrator, or Assistant System Administrator.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Financial Management for Naval Aviation for
Operating Target Accounting (OPTAR)
(E-555-0018)

PURPOSE: Course provides information to properly administer, maintain, report and account for command Operating Target (OPTAR) funds. Trainees are provided with the essential knowledge and skills to operate as a financial manager for an organizational activity. Instruction in manual and automated bookkeeping, reporting and validating incoming financial reports are taught in detail with actual hands-on during each phase of the course. To provide operating target managers with training in the concepts, procedures and policies to efficiently administer the Navy accounting system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel E-4 and above, and junior officers assigned to a Material Control Division, or individuals assigned direct responsibility for financial accounting. All personnel must have successfully completed FASOTRAGRU Naval Aviation Material Control (D/E-555-0003 or D/E-555-0051) or NAVSCSOL Joint Aviation Supply Support Material Management (JASSMM) course (A-8B-0020).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Maintenance Logs and Records Management for NALCOMIS OMAs
(E-555-0039)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: To provide the student with training in the initiation and maintenance of required Aircraft Logbooks, associated Aeronautical Equipment Service Records (AESRs) and submission of required reports in support of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, including NALCOMIS for OMA's. Topics include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), The Planned Maintenance System (PMS), Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System for OMA (NALCOMIS OMA), Logs and Records source documents and reports, Aeronautical Technical Directives, Aircraft Inventory Reporting System (AIRS), aircraft engine accounting records and reports, Aircraft Logbook and associated records, initiation and maintenance of required Aircraft Logbooks in support of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, including NALCOMIS for OMA'S.

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days.

PREREQUISITES: Personnel currently filling or projected to fill a Logs and Records billet, Quality Assurance Representatives and civilian personnel directly responsible for aircraft logbooks. Personnel must have 90 days experience in a NALCOMIS OMA command prior to attending this course.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation MAF/SCIR Documentation for NALCOMIS OMAs
(E-555-0038)
**LEGACY NALCOMIS**
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide military personnel with training in the operation and documentation of the Maintenance Action Form (MAF) at the Organizational level. The student will acquire the working knowledge of the MAF and SCIR related documentation, Introduction to the NAMP, Intro to Maintenance Data System (MDS), definition and utilization examination of each data block of the MAF, Subsystem Capability Impact Reporting (SCIR), and NALCOMIS OMA MAF and SCIR application. The student will acquire a working knowledge of the MAF and SCIR related documentation. This course has been updated to include NALCOMIS OMA for those activities on the NALCOMIS OMA system.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: Officer and enlisted Navy and Marine Corps personnel E-3 and above with six months experience in an organizational level maintenance department.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Analyst Refresher
(E-555-0055)

PURPOSE: The purpose of the NALCOMIS System Analyst Refresher course is to provide Legacy and OOMA analysts and assistant analysts refresher training to strengthen their skills in data analysis. Analyst functions include preparing AdHoq queries, screening Maintenance Action Forms (MAF), calculating Subsystem Capability Impact Reporting (SCIR), screening NAVFLIRS, viewing NAVFLIRS corrections, processing the RT-79 messages and preparing Maintenance summaries. The procedures will be conducted at the intermediate level from shore installations. The Analyst will be able to perform functions with minimal supervision. The course will consist of lecture/demonstration followed by hands-on performance by the trainees. Topics will include administration of the database, analytical data, analytical techniques, NAVFLIRS, Maintenance Action Forms/Work Orders, end of the month closeouts, verify reports and data, construction reports.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: OTHER Trainees must be military personnel E-4 through E-9 or civilian government employees GS-07 or above serving as administrators, assistant administrators or administrators for detachments. The prospective trainee will be assigned the billet or responsibility of squadron or detachment System Analyst or Assistant System Analyst.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Aeronautical Technical Publication Library (ATPL) Management
(E-555-0007)
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Central Technical Publication Librarians (CTPLs) with the knowledge and skills of the Aeronautical Technical Publications Library (ATPL) and the Technical Publications Library Program to effectively manage a CTPL. Training consists of instruction on managing the CTPL within the Quality Assurance Division and monitoring the Dispersed Technical Publications Libraries in the work centers.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Military and civilian personnel to be/currently assigned to Quality Assurance Division and/or Central Technical Publications Library. Applies to both Organizational and Intermediate level maintenance.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation OMA Basic Documentation and Functional Training
(E-555-0047)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Personnel with the knowledge and skills to effectively utilize the NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA) system. Topics will include: Maintenance Data System (MDS), and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA).

COURSE LENGTH: Two (2) days.

PREREQUISITES: None.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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OOMA NAVFI
(E-555-0052)

PURPOSE: To provide Operations Yeomen and aircrew with the knowledge and skills to operate the Flight Subsystem for NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA) in accordance with the OPNAVINST 4790.2(series) (NAMP), OPNAVINST 3710.7 (series) (NATOPS), and OOMA User's Manual On-line Help Menu. Topics will cover Flight Scheduler, Flight Documentation, and Aircrew Records.

COURSE LENGTH: Two (2) days.

PREREQUISITES: OTHER Operations Yeomen, aircrew and officers in a flight status assigned to the Operations Department.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Work Center Supervisor for OOMA
(E-555-0045)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: Topics will include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Work Center supervisors responsibilities, Aeronautical Technical Publications Library (ATPL) Management responsibilities, Computerized Self Evaluation Checklist (CSEC) Program, Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Program (NAMDRP) Procedures, and Maintenance Data System (MDS) Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA).

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Personnel serving in pay grades E-5 or above (Navy) and E-4 or above (Marine Corps) or currently assigned or have prospective assignment to duties as an Organizational Work Center Supervisor or assistant.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Quality Assurance for OOMA
(E-555-0046)
**OPTIMIZED and LEGACY NALCOMIS**
LEGACY portion is MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy (OMA) and Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance division. Topics will include: Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), Quality Assurance Responsibilities, Work Center Audits/Special Audits, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Legacy for OMA, and Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System Optimized for OMA (OOMA). This course provides Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Legacy OMA and Optimized (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance Division.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Officer, civilian and senior enlisted personnel permanently assigned to the Quality Assurance Division, personnel selected/designated as Collateral Duty Inspectors (CDIs) or Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representatives (CDQARs).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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OOMA Senior Familiarization
(E-555-0054)

PURPOSE: The Naval Aviation Officer and Senior Supervisor NALCOMIS OOMA Familiarization Course is designed to provide Senior Organizational Maintenance Activity Personnel with a basic overview of OOMA functionalities at the Managerial level. To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Personnel with a basic overview of OOMA functionality at the Senior Personnel level. Topics will include: Electronic Aircraft Discrepancy Book (ADB), Visual Electronic Display (VED), Reports, Log sets, Cannibalization Wizard and AD HOC.

COURSE LENGTH: One (1) day.

PREREQUISITES: OTHER Senior Managers E-7 and above assigned to the Organizational Level Aviation Maintenance Department currently in or transferring to an OOMA command.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Naval Aviation Material Control Management
(E-555-2051)
**Legacy and Optimized O & I-Level NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: The Naval Aviation Material Control Management Course is designed to provide organizational maintenance/material personnel E-1 through E-7, W-1 through W-5, and O-1 through O-3 with general training in the concepts, management and procedures to efficiently administer a Material Control Work Center ashore and afloat including the Legacy and Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) NALCOMIS system, Optimized Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) NALCOMIS system. Course provides familiarization with the following: 1. Use of applicable maintenance and supply publications, 2. Operations of the Material Control work center, 3. Relationships between Maintenance and Supply, 4. Management of the OPTAR, 5. Management of the AIR, 6. Survey of Navy property, 7. Management of the AMMRL program, 8. Functions of the ASD and AMSU, 9. Standard identification of aeronautical material, 10. Methods of material procurement, 11. Material Control functions of the Legacy, Optimized, and IOMA NALCOMIS system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

NOTE: One month experience with the appropriate OMA or IMA NALCOMIS system.

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NALCOMIS OOMA System Administration
(E-555-0049)
**OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS**

PURPOSE: The course will provide training in the following areas: 1. Establish, operate and maintain a Windows NT domain environment using Windows NT Server and Client workstations to provide a fully integrated electronic means with which to process naval aviation maintenance data. 2. Operate and maintain the OPTIMIZED Naval Aviation Logistics Management Information System (NALCOMIS) automated hardware/software to provide maintenance, material and operations managers with timely, accurate and complete information on which to base daily decisions in the management of assigned aircraft and equipment. 3. Establish, offload, and setup operational detachments, both connected and disconnected. 4. Usage of the OOMA automated network to interface with the Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA)/Aviation Supply Department (ASD) database for certain functions, such as updating of material requisition information. The System Administrator (S/A) course is designed to provide the OMA System Administrator with the basic management objectives, techniques and requirements to execute the functions with NALCOMIS OOMA. Students upon completion of this course should have a thorough understanding of the OOMA SA manual as it pertains to the Optimized NALCOMIS management information and control systems.

COURSE LENGTH: Fourteen (14) days.

PREREQUISITES: None

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Financial Management for Naval Aviation for
Operating Target Accounting (OPTAR)
(E-555-0018)

PURPOSE: Course provides information to properly administer, maintain, report and account for command Operating Target (OPTAR) funds. Trainees are provided with the essential knowledge and skills to operate as a financial manager for an organizational activity. Instruction in manual and automated bookkeeping, reporting and validating incoming financial reports are taught in detail with actual hands-on during each phase of the course. To provide operating target managers with training in the concepts, procedures and policies to efficiently administer the Navy accounting system.

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days.

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel E-4 and above, and junior officers assigned to a Material Control Division, or individuals assigned direct responsibility for financial accounting. All personnel must have successfully completed FASOTRAGRU Naval Aviation Material Control (D/E-555-0003 or D/E-555-0051) or NAVSCSOL Joint Aviation Supply Support Material Management (JASSMM) course (A-8B-0020).

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Configuration Management
(E-555-0048)

PURPOSE: Configuration Management will familiarize students with the content and functions of the CM module within Optimized NALCOMIS OMA. This course will provide intermediate and organizational maintenance users with a basic understanding of how the Optimized OMA (OOMA) NALCOMIS Configuration Management (CM) module operates. Logs and records, ALSS and Support Equipment personnel will acquire an overview of how to create inventory (electronic log sets), transfer/receive items, view logs and records and the tools available to assist the squadron’s or AIMD's maintenance effort.

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) days.

PREREQUISITES: None

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Analyst Refresher
(E-555-0055)

PURPOSE: The purpose of the NALCOMIS System Analyst Refresher course is to provide Legacy and OOMA analysts and assistant analysts refresher training to strengthen their skills in data analysis. Analyst functions include preparing AdHoq queries, screening Maintenance Action Forms (MAF), calculating Subsystem Capability Impact Reporting (SCIR), screening NAVFLIRS, viewing NAVFLIRS corrections, processing the RT-79 messages and preparing Maintenance summaries. The procedures will be conducted at the intermediate level from shore installations. The Analyst will be able to perform functions with minimal supervision. The course will consist of lecture/demonstration followed by hands-on performance by the trainees. Topics will include administration of the database, analytical data, analytical techniques, NAVFLIRS, Maintenance Action Forms/Work Orders, end of the month closeouts, verify reports and data, construction reports.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: OTHER Trainees must be military personnel E-4 through E-9 or civilian government employees GS-07 or above serving as administrators, assistant administrators or administrators for detachments. The prospective trainee will be assigned the billet or responsibility of squadron or detachment System Analyst or Assistant System Analyst.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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Aeronautical Technical Publication Library (ATPL) Management
(E-555-0007)
MTT ELIGIBLE*

PURPOSE: To provide Central Technical Publication Librarians (CTPLs) with the knowledge and skills of the Aeronautical Technical Publications Library (ATPL) and the Technical Publications Library Program to effectively manage a CTPL. Training consists of instruction on managing the CTPL within the Quality Assurance Division and monitoring the Dispersed Technical Publications Libraries in the work centers.

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days.

PREREQUISITES: Military and civilian personnel to be/currently assigned to Quality Assurance Division and/or Central Technical Publications Library. Applies to both Organizational and Intermediate level maintenance.

NOTE: Strict compliance with course prerequisites is required. Students in need of this course but not meeting prerequisites require prior approval from CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

* MTT Eligible – In this time of ever-shrinking TAD funding, CNATT Det Atsugi can bring this course to your site via a Mobile Training Team (MTT). If your activity has enough students requiring this training, it’s more cost-effective to fund 2 of our instructors to travel to your site and conduct the training than sending numerous students to NAF Atsugi. If you would like to schedule a MTT visit at your site, your command training office can submit a formal request to CNATT. We will make every effort to fulfill your request dependent upon our schedule. Additional information regarding scheduling an MTT for your site can be obtained by emailing CNATT Det Atsugi Quota Control.

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