CNATT Unit Whidbey Island

INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY (IMA) COMPONENT CONTROL SECTION

PURPOSE: The 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 Information System (NALCOMIS) IMA. The course content will include the following: Administration of the Component Control Section (CCS)/Repairable Management Division (RMD) through the use of various NALCOMIS reports, ADHOC functions and inquiries; Management of the Document Control Unit (DCU)/Repairable Control Branch (RCB); Management of the Local Repair Cycle Asset (LCRA) Unit/Repairable Control Branch (RCB)/Repairable Storage Branch (RSB); Management of the Awaiting Parts Unit (AWP); Management of the Supply Screening Unit (SSU)/Supply Shipping Branch (SSB), and Management of the Component Control Section work centers under Contingency Operations.

CDP: 745P

CIN: E-555-0042

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 (MALSASD), 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.

CLASS SIZE: Fourteen (14) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY (IMA) POWER PLANTS PRODUCTION CONTROL

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 Management Information System (NALCOMIS) Optimized "I" and "O" level operating systems as a management information and control system.

CDP: 9337

CIN: E-555-2021

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) Days

PREREQUISITES: 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.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY (IMA) INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY (IMA) POWER PLANTS WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR

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.

SCOPE: 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.

CDP: 00JF

CIN: E-555-2022

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) Days

PREREQUISITES: 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.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY (IMA) PRODUCTION CONTROL PROCEDURES

PURPOSE: 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 through 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.

SCOPE: 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 and Manage the IMA under Contingency Operations.

CDP: 6644

CIN: E-555-0043

COURSE LENGTH: Ten (10) days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel currently assigned or have a prospective assignment to Production Control. Must have 6 months prior NALCOMIS IMA experience or completion of NALCOMIS IMA Work Center/Management Documentation Procedures (D/E 555-0032).

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY (IMA) WORK CENTER MANAGEMENT/ DOCUMENTATION PROCEDURES

PURPOSE: The Intermediate Maintenance, WorkCenter

SCOPE: 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 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.

CDP: 634L

CIN: E-555-0041

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) Days

PREREQUISITES: None

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NALCOMIS SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR FOR ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL ACTIVITIES (LEGACY)

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, queue management subsystems, perform detachment processing, using the NALCOMIS OMA Automated Information System to the level specified in the supporting documents.

SCOPE: This course includes an introduction to microcomputers, NALCOMIS OMA hardware, Microsoft Disk Operating System (MS-DOS) and UNIX Operating Systems, the duties and responsibilities of a system administrator to include hardware configuration, the System Administrators Main Menu (SAMM), local area networking (LAN) and LAN diagnostics, system rebuild procedures, associated publications and manuals, and other system administration functions.

CDP: 448D

CIN: E-555-0028

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days

PREREQUISITES: Prospective trainees must be military personnel (E-1 thru E-9) 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.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION MAF/SCIR DOCUMENTATION FOR NAVAL AVIATION LOGISTICS COMMAND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (NALCOMIS) FOR OMAs

PURPOSE: To train students in proper MAF documentation at the organizational level. The student will acquire a working knowledge of the MAF and SCIR related documentation to include NALCOMIS OMA.

SCOPE: This course has been updated to include NALCOMIS OMA for those activities on the NALCOMIS OMA system. The course will include: Intro to Maintenance Data Systems, a complete review of all areas and data groups of the MAF, in-depth analysis of transaction codes, instruction and practical application of documentation situations, and complete application of SCIR reporting requirements.

CDP: 3752

CIN: E-555-0038

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) Days

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

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE CONTROL MANAGEMENT COURSE FOR NALCOMIS OMAs

PURPOSE: This course outlines training necessary for senior enlisted personnel assigned duties in Maintenance Chief, Maintenance Control Chief or Maintenance Controllers. Training consists of instruction in CNAF 4790.2 (series), VIDS System, Maintenance Department Organizational Structure, Maintenance Data System, Planned Maintenance System, NALCOMIS OMA and Management skills.

CDP: 3869

CIN: E-555-0040

COURSE LENGTH: Twelve (12) days

PREREQUISITES: E-6 and above assigned to the Organizational level Aviation Maintenance Department, Maintenance Control Division, Maintenance Control Branch.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE LOGS AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT FOR NAVAL AVIATION LOGISTICS COMMAND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (NALCOMIS) OMAs

PURPOSE: This course provides the training necessary for personnel assigned duties in the Maintenance Control Logs and Records section to properly initiate and maintain aircraft logbooks, associated records, and comply with reporting requirements utilizing the NAMP and NALCOMIS data base management for OMAs.

CDP: 3831

CIN: E-555-0039

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 complete the NALCOMIS MAF/SCIR Documentation Course (E-555-0038) or 90 days experience in a NALCOMIS OMA command prior to attending this course.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE OFFICER/DETACHMENT OFFICER FAMILIARIZATION

PURPOSE: This course provides Detachment Officers in Charge and Detachment Maintenance Officers with basic information pertaining to the NAMP and Maintenance Department responsibilities, to include Quality Assurance, Naval Supply System, and an introduction to hazardous material.

CDP: 3832

CIN: E-555-0034

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days

PREREQUISITES: E-7 and above. Activities are encouraged to contact cognizant Wings for local enlisted requirements.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION MATERIAL CONTROL MANAGEMENT (LEGACY)

PURPOSE: Designed to provide Organizational Maintenance/Supply Department personnel E-1 through E-7 and O-1 through O-3 with general training in the concepts, management and procedures to effectively administer an organizational Material Control Work Center ashore and afloat. Course provides familiarization in the concepts of material procurement and issue; the use of applicable maintenance and supply publications; the operations of Aviation Material Control Center, Aviation Support Division and Aeronautical Material Screening Unit; to properly conduct surveys and aircraft inventories; the AMMRL program; OPTAR records and reports.

CDP: 815J

CIN: E-555-0003

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel and junior officers assigned to a material control billet at an organizational maintenance activity.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR's COURSE

PURPOSE: Enlisted personnel E-5 and above (Navy) and E-4 and above (Marine Corps) who are assigned to carry out the duties as an Organizational Work Center Supervisor or Assistant. It is mandatory that all personnel attend the NALCOMIS MAF/SCIR Documentation (E-555-0038) course prior to reporting to this course.

CDP: 302J

CIN: E-555-0036;

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel E-5 or above who are currently assigned, or have prospective assignment, to duties as an Organizational Work Center Supervisor or Assistant. It is MANDATORY that all personnel attend the NALCOMIS MAF/SCIR Documentation (E-555-0038) course prior to reporting to this course.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

PURPOSE: To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Aircrew Survival Equipmentman (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).

CDP: 7970

CIN: E-555-0056

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) Days

PREREQUISITES: Personnel assuming the duties as Aircraft Weight and Balance Officers.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

PURPOSE: This course will provide the student with the knowledge to access and review configuration profiles, inspection and high time requirements and inventory control. Additionally, the student will receive an overview of inventory creation, setting tasks, and electronic logs and records.

SCOPE: 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 logsets), transfer/receive items, view logs and records and the tools available to assist the squadron's or AIMD's maintenance effort.

CDP: 7850

CIN: E-555-0048

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) Days

PREREQUISITES: Personnel assuming the duties as Aircraft Weight and Balance Officers.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NALCOMIS OOMA SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR COURSE

PURPOSE: 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.

SCOPE: 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 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.

CDP: 7789

CIN: E-555-0049

COURSE LENGTH: Nineteen (19) Days

PREREQUISITES: None

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NALCOMIS (OPTIMIZED) OMA QUALITY ASSURANCE ADMINISTRATION COURSE

PURPOSE: To provide Organizational Maintenance Activity Quality Assurance Representatives with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage the Quality Assurance division.

CDP: 648K

CIN: E-555-0046

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).

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION (NALCOMIS) SYSTEM ANALYST REFRESHER COURSE

PURPOSE: To provide Legacy and OOMA analysts and assistant analysts refresher training to strengthen their skills in data analysis. Analyst functions include preparing Ad Hoc 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 minimum supervision.

CDP: 7895

CIN: E-555-0055

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: Prospective trainees must be military personnel (E-4 thru 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.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION MATERIAL CONTROL MANAGEMENT (OPTIMIZED)

PURPOSE: To provide organizational maintenance/material personnel E1 through E7, W1 through W5, and O1 through O3 with general training in the concepts, management, and procedures to efficiently administer a Material Control Work Center ashore and afloat including the Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) NALCOMIS system.

CDP: 9196

CIN: E-555-0051

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) Days

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY NAVAL FLIGHT INFORMATION

PURPOSE: To provide Operation 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), OOMA On-Line User's Guide.

SCOPE: To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Personnel with the knowledge and skills to effectively utilize the NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA) Flight Subsystem. Topics will include: Flight Scheduler, Flight Document and Aircrew Records.

CDP: 7848

CIN: E-555-0052

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) Days

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

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

NAVAL AVIATION ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR's COURSE (OPTIMIZED)

PURPOSE: To provide the Organizational Maintenance Activity Work Center Supervisor with the knowledge and skills of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA) to effectively manage a work center.

CDP: 648E

CIN: E-555-0045

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) Days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel in pay grades E-5 or above (NAVY) and E-4 or above (MARINE CORPS) or currently assigned to or have prospective assignment to duties as an Organizational Work Center Supervisor or assistant.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (SE) ASSET MANAGER

PURPOSE: This course provides the Support Equipment Asset Manager with the necessary training to effectively manage Support Equipment (SE) assets on Local Asset Management System (LAMS) at Aircraft Maintenance Material Readiness List (AMMRL) program reporting activities.

Note FYI only: The IMRL only course was deactivated as of 01 Jan 05.

CDP: 448T

CIN: E-555-0026

COURSE LENGTH: Nineteen (19) days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel in the pay-grades E-5 through E-9 of the AD, AE, AK, AME, AMH, AMS, AO, AS, AT, AZ AND PR ratings; Marine Corps equivalent MOS; and DOD civilian personnel assigned as SE Asset Manager.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (SE) CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

PURPOSE: The Support Equipment (SE) Configuration Management Course is designed for the Organizational Maintenance Activity (OMA) Aviation Maintenance Administration (AZ), to provide the knowledge of the NAMP and the skills to effectively manage the SE subsystem within NALCOMIS Optimized for OMA (OOMA). Students will be provided the required basic knowledge and skills to create, update, and maintain SE in OOMA.

CDP: 797C

CIN: E-555-0057

COURSE LENGTH: Three (3) Days

PREREQUISITES: Aviation Maintenance Administrationman currently assigned to or transferring to a NALCOMIS Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

AERONAUTICAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS LIBRARY MANAGEMENT

PURPOSE: To provide Central Technical Publications Librarians (CTPL) with knowledge and skills of the Aeronautical Technical Publication Library (ATPL) and Technical Publication Library (TPL) Program to effectively manage a CTPL.

SCOPE: This course covers the NAVAIR Technical Manual Program, technical manual types and formats, technical manual numbering systems, technical publication update procedures, NAVAIR technical directives, NATSF Technical Publications Library Program functions and operating procedures, Central Technical Publications Library (CTPL) operating procedures, dispersed library operation, classified publication requisitioning procedures, initial outfitting, Automatic Distribution Requirement Listing (ADRL) report procedures, NAVAIR manual deficiency reporting programs, transaction files, maintenance instructions and audit/verification requirements.

Note FYI only: The DTPL course was deactivated in Dec 2004.

CDP: 813G

CIN: E-555-0007

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) Days

PREREQUISITES: Military and civilian DOD approved personnel, being or currently assigned to a QA Division, Central or Dispersed Technical Publications Library.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) Students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

AIRCRAFT WEIGHT AND BALANCE

PURPOSE: To qualify Weight and Balance officers in preparing and maintaining weight and balance handbooks and associated records as outlined in the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program CNAF 4790.2 (series)

CDP: 383B

CIN: E-516-0001

COURSE LENGTH: Four (4) days

PREREQUISITES: Personnel assuming the duties as Aircraft Weight and Balance Officers.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NAVAL AVIATION OPERATING TARGET ACCOUNTING (OPTAR)

PURPOSE: The course provides information to properly administer, maintain, report and account for Command Operation Target (OPTAR) funds.

CDP: 5318

CIN: E-555-0018

COURSE LENGTH: Five (5) Days

PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel and Officers assigned to a Material Control Center, or individuals assigned direct responsibility for financial accounting. This course is open to all rates. Successfully completed Naval Aviation Material Control Management (D/E 555-0003) is encouraged.

CLASS SIZE: Ten (10) students

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

ACOUSTICS 1 DIESEL SUBMARINES AND SURFACE SHIPS

Acoustics 1 Diesel Submarines and Surface Ships includes training in fundamental sound analysis, Undersea Warfare (USW) terminology, and acoustic characteristics of worldwide diesel submarines and surface ships. This course is designed to provide operators in AW or ST ratings with training in acoustic signal analysis. Operators will analyze acoustic signals of diesel submarines and surface ships using onboard Computer-Based Trainers. Analysis will be performed at the apprentice level under minimum supervision in accordance with appropriate warfare publications and type commander instructions.

CDP: 526F

CIN: E-210-0010

Course Length: Five (5) days

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Candidate must be must be an E-1 through E-9 AW, STG, STS).

Class Size: Eight (8) students

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093/DSN: 820-6249/6093

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

ACOUSTICS 1 NUCLEAR SUBMARINES

Acoustics 1 Nuclear Submarines includes training in fundamental sound analysis, Undersea Warfare (USW) terminology, and acoustic characteristics, capabilities and limitations of worldwide nuclear submarines and surface ships. This course is designed to provide operators in AW or ST ratings with training in acoustic signal analysis. Operators will analyze acoustic signals of nuclear submarines and surface ships using onboard Computer-Based Trainers. Analysis will be performed at the apprentice level under minimum supervision in accordance with appropriate warfare publications and type commander instructions.

CDP: 526N

CIN: E-210-0013

Course Length: Five (5) days

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Candidate must be must be an E-1 through E-9 AW, STG, STS).

Class Size: Eight (8) students

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093/DSN: 820-6249/6093

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

ACOUSTIC 2 REFRESHER

To provide fleet operator advanced acoustic refresher training for VP/VS/HS/HSL Sensor Operators, prior to designation as first crewman. The student will receive advanced acoustic refresher training including an update of current acoustic parameters and in-depth signal interpretation.

CDP: 449C

CIN: E-210-0005

Course Length: Five (5) days

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Candidate must be must be an E-1 through E-9 AW, STG, STS). (4) The candidate must have successfully completed Acoustics 2 Diesel (E-210-0112) and Acoustics 2 Nuclear (E-210-0016) or equivalent.

Class Size: Eight (8) students

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093/DSN: 820-6249/6093

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

ACOUSTICS 2 NUCLEAR SUBMARINES

Acoustics 2 Nuclear Submarines includes training in fundamental sound analysis, Undersea Warfare (USW) terminology, and acoustic characteristics, capabilities and limitations of worldwide nuclear submarines. This course is designed to provide operators in AW or ST ratings with training in acoustic signal analysis. Operators will analyze acoustic signals of nuclear submarines and surface ships using onboard Computer-Based Trainers. Analysis will be performed at the journeyman level under minimum supervision in accordance with appropriate warfare publications and type commander instructions.

CDP: 5744

CIN: E-210-0016

Course Length: Five (5)

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Candidate must be must be an E-1 through E-9 AW, STG, STS). (4) Completion of Acoustics 1 Nuclear Submarines. Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3).

Class Size: Eight (8) students

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093/DSN: 820-6249/6093

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

ACOUSTICS 2 DIESEL SUBMARINES AND SURFACE SHIPS

Acoustics 2 Diesel Submarines and Surface Ships includes training in fundamental sound analysis, Undersea Warfare (USW) terminology, and acoustic characteristics, capabilities and limitations of worldwide diesel submarines and surface ships. This course is designed to provide operators in AW or ST ratings with training in acoustic signal analysis. Operators will analyze acoustic signals of diesel submarines and surface ships using onboard Computer-Based Trainers. Analysis will be performed at the journeyman level under minimum supervision in accordance with appropriate warfare publications and type commander instructions.

CDP: 5890

CIN: E-210-0112

Course Length: Five (5) days

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Candidate must be must be an E-1 through E-9 AW, STG, STS). (4) Completion of Acoustics 1 Diesel Submarines and Surface Ships. Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3).

Class Size: Eight (8) students

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093/DSN: 820-6249/6093

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

BASIC SAR OPERATION

To provide Officer and Enlisted aircrew with the training in Synthetic Aperature RADAR (SAR) image analysis for the tactical employment of the sensor. The course provides information of the sensor. The course provides information to visually identify various target characteristics and is typically taught following the three-day ISAR Refresher course to a compete a five-day week of instruction.

CDP: 735D

CIN: E-210-2501

Course Length: Two (2) days

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Candidate must be hold a NEC 7861, 7835, 7836 or be a Naval Flight Officer or Pilot.

Class Size: Three (3) students (maximum)

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10;

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

ELECTRONIC WARFARE 2

To provide officer and enlisted personnel in the EW community with the skills necessary to analyze and evaluate intercepted electromagnetic emissions in support of airborne operations. This provides the knowledge and skills necessary to perform in a complex electronic warfare environment. Upon completion of the course the student will be able to identify radar emissions, their associated weapons systems and platforms, and correlate these systems and platforms to a specific country.

CDP: 1257

CIN: E-210-0036

Course Length: Five (5) days

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3).

Class Size: Eight (8) students (Maximum)

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093/DSN: 820-6249/6093

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

EXTENDED ECHO RANGING (EER)

The EER course is designed to provide Officer and Enlisted Aircrew with the fundamental knowledge of basic EER theory, signal recognition and analysis, sonobuoy specifications and safety factors, and environmental concerns. This course can be tailored to provide basic familiarization of EER operations to other communities.

CDP: 647V

CIN: E/D-050-3769

Course Length: Two (2) days

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Candidates must have Naval Pilot (1310/25 Designation), Naval Flight Officer (1320/25 Designator), Naval Aircrewman (AW Source Rating; 7841 NEC). (4) Completion of Acoustics 2 Diesel Submarines and Surface Ships, and Acoustics 2 Nuclear Submarines.

Class Size: Eight (8) students

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093/DSN: 820-6249/6093

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

ISAR IMAGE INTERPRETATION REFRESHER

To provide Officer and Enlisted personnel with refresher training in Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR) image analysis for the tactical employment of ISAR. The course provides information to visually identify ships perceptual and gross naval classification features and classify ships to fine naval class level by identifying and measuring the ships structural features discernible on ISAR.

CDP: 449E

CIN: D/E-210-1703

Course Length: Three (3) days

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Candidate must be hold a NEC 7861, 7834, 7835, 7836 or be a Naval Flight Officer or Pilot. (4) Successful completion of Basic ISAR Interpretation (CIN: E-210-1700).

Class Size: Three (3) students (maximum)

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093 DSN: 820-6249/6093

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

TACTICAL AIR ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE OCEANOGRAPHY

The Tactical Air Antisubmarine Warfare Oceanography course is designed to provide the CAT II and V USW Officer and E-5 and above Aviation Warfare Systems Operator (AW) with the training necessary to interpret and apply tactical oceanography concepts in airborne USW operations. These concepts include: USW systems, exploitation of eddies and fronts, bottom topography, shallow water USW, very low frequency (VLF), environmental products and on-station environmental updates.

CDP: 449D

CIN: E-210-0008A

Course Length: Three (3)

Prerequisites: (1) Certification of SECRET Clearance must be verifiable to attend course. (2) Officers and DOD civilians may attend with written approval from FASOTRAGRUPAC (N3). (3) Designated USW Officer, CAT II, V. Designated Aviation Warfare Systems Operator. (4) Completion of Air ASW Oceanography is recommended prior to attending this course.

Note: Upon request, open Quotas available to interested USW and support personnel, STS, AG, etc.

Class Size: Twelve (12) students

Quotas: Contact CPRW-10; Com'l: (360)257-6249/6093/DSN: 820-6249/609

For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

EP-3E AIRCRAFT FAMILIARIZATION

This course provides the training necessary for personnel assigned to duties involving flying the EP-3 aircraft. This course contains sections involving general aircraft knowledge, emergency procedures, and crew coordination and will prepare students for NATOPS testing.

Prerequisites: None

Quotas: BUPERS controlled quota. For information on attending this course,
contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

CDP: 2097

CIN: E-050-3010

Course Length: Eight (8) Days

EP-3E ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATOR

This course provides the training necessary for personnel assigned to duties involving flying the EP-3 aircraft as a special operator. This course contains sections involving equipment knowledge, trainer evolutions, and operator techniques. This course will prepare students for operating the special positions.

Prerequisites: EP-3E Familiarization Course

Quotas: BUPERS controlled quota. For information on attending this course,
contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820).

CDP: 2101

CIN: E-050-3012

Course Length: Fifty (50) days

EP-3E SPECIAL OPERATOR

This course provides the training necessary for personnel assigned to duties involving flying the EP-3 aircraft as a special operator. This course contains sections involving equipment knowledge, trainer evolutions, and operator techniques. This course will prepare students for operating the special positions.

Prerequisites: EP-3E Familiarization course.

Quotas: BUPERS controlled quota. For information on attending this course,
contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820)

CDP: 209R

CIN: E-050-3011

Course Length: Ten (10) days

EP-3E PIPELINE INDOCTRINATION

This prepares students for EP-3 Pipeline Training.

Prerequisites: None

CDP: 4639

CIN: E-600-0601

Course Length: Two (2) days (this class is prior to each scheduled pipeline convening date).