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United States Marine Corps Facilities Management

CIN: A-4A-0066

Course Description:
This five-day course provides an extensive overview of Marine Corps Facilities Management operations. It prepares Marine Corps and Navy Officers and Civilian Supervisors for facilities management and operation duties at a Marine Corps installation.

Personnel Eligible:
MILITARY: Active duty and Reserve Marine Corps and Navy Officers. CIVILIAN: Employees in paygrade GS-9 / WG-11 and above of the Department of Defense. Upon request and when sufficiently justified, the Commanding Officer, NAVSCOLCECOFF may also grant waivers for attendance by other personnel.

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Joint Engineer Operations Course

AF#: 4A-F16/030-F20 (Phase 1 of 2)
Joint Engineer Operations Couse
(Distance Learning Phase 1)

Course Scope:
The Joint Engineer Operations Course (JEOC) is a joint course recognized by the Joint Staff J7. Phase 1 consists of 24 hours of distance learning (dL) online education. Phase 1 incorporates principles of the Army Learning Model through delivery of knowledge based curriculum that provides the knowledge and skills for Joint Engineer staff officers. Phase 1 enhances the abilities of students to participate in the practical exercises and directed discussions, and comprehend the information provided by Joint and Service doctrine during Phase 2. This is accomplished through lessons which teach or reinforce Strategic National tasks and Command and Staff Operational tasks that are required to support staff engineer operations. The JEOC (Phase 1) provides a basic understanding of the capabilities and organization of the engineer forces of the United States Military in order to better prepare them for duty on a staff in support of a Joint Task Force (JTF) Engineer, Joint Force Commander (JFC), or Combatant Command Staff (COCOM).

Special Information:
It is the student's responsibility to remain current on dL lesson content. Phase 1, course number 4A-F16/030-F20 (DL), completion is required prior to registering for Phase 2. Access to Phase 1 (Online-DL) is attained through the JEOC registration portal at https://www.blackboard.wood.army.mil/ Open enrollment is available for selected Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps Engineer personnel. International Engineer Officers will gain Phase 1 credit by reading the Joint Publication 3-34 at http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/new_pubs/jp3_34.pdf

Prerequisites:
Verifiable – Army (12A/120A/125D/CMF12), Navy (510X/OF-7), Air Force (32E/3E) and Marine Corps (1302/11XX/13XX) engineer officers (O3-O4), Warrant Officers (WO2-WO3), senior noncommissioned officers (E7-E9), and selected civilians (GS 13-15) serving in the Active or Reserve Component that require training to prepare them to work on or in support of a Joint Task Force Engineer Cell/Staff.

Text Prerequisites – None.

The Required Distance Learning Phase for the FY18 offerings must be completed prior to the resident portion and are as follows:
JEOC 18-10 (701) at MCB, Quantico, VA: dl opens 16 August, 2017
JEOC 18-20 (001) at Fort Leonard Wood, MO: dl opens 9 January, 2018
JEOC 18-30 (702) at NBVC Port Hueneme, CA: dl opens 22 February, 2018
JEOC 18-40 (703) at WPAFB, OH: dl opens 9 March, 2018
JEOC 18-50 (704) at JBPHH, HI: dl opens 19 June, 2018

AF#: 4A-F16/030-F20 (Phase 2 of 2)
Joint Engineer Operations Couse
(Resident Phase 2)

Course Scope:
The Joint Engineer Operations Course (JEOC) is a joint course recognized by the Joint Staff J7. Phase 2 consists of 37 hours of resident instruction. It incorporates the new Army Learning Model supporting blended learning. In this resident phase, Service members will build on the knowledge gained through distributed learning in the application of 19 hours of facilitator led small group conference discussion and associated practical exercises (PE) and 18 hours of Joint Task Force Engineer (JTF) seminar discussion via VTC, guest speaker or panel discussions. The seven Seminars are aligned with six PE's built around likely JTF scenarios that will require the student to develop and demonstrate their ability to apply the correct solution set to given scenarios based on different Service Engineer Capabilities. PE's include: Service Engineer Capabilities, Engineer Support Plan, Horizontal Staff Integration, Joint Engineer Functions, Facilities Engineering and Joint Engineer Considerations in Unified Action. Other topics are presented via SME or VTC, such as Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) Engineer presentations, Senior Engineer (JSJ4) discussion, presentations by USAID & OFDA, and Senior Service Engineer Briefs (Flag Officer). The JEOC provides students with an improved understanding of the capabilities and organization of the engineer forces of the United States in order to better prepare them for their duty on a staff in support of the JTF Engineer, Service Component Command (SCC), Joint Force Commander (JFC) or GCC Staff.

Prerequisites:
Verifiable - Army (12A/120A/125D/CMF12), Navy (510X/OF-7), Air Force (32E/3E) and Marine Corps (1302/11XX/13XX) engineer officers (O3-O4), Warrant Officers (WO2-WO3), senior noncommissioned officers (E7-E9), and selected civilians (GS 13-15) serving in the Active or Reserve Component that require training to prepare them to work on or in support of a Joint Task Force Engineer Cell/Staff.

Completion of Phase 1, Course Number 4A-F16/030-F20 (DL)

Text Prerequisites – None.

Special Information:
Phase 2 (Resident) consists of 27 lessons. The lessons are structured in large and small group with reinforcing practical exercises focused on National Security Strategy Development, Joint Operations Planning, Service Engineer capability briefings, JTF staff roles and integration, Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) considerations, select Geographic Combatant Command overview, and Senior Service/Joint Engineer Leader presentations.

JEOC Service representatives contact information is listed below:

USA- Com: 573-563-7065 DSN: 676-7065

USN- Com: 805-982-2873 DSN: 551-2873

USAF- Com: 937-255-5654 ext. 3555 DSN: 785-5654 ext. 3555

USMC- Com: 703-693-9257 DSN: 223-9257.

Student who complete both Phase 1 (dL) (Online) and Phase 2 (Resident) are awarded 1.5 Joint Qualified Officer (JQO) points.

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08E8 11/13/2017 11/17/2017 MCB Quantico, VA (TECOM)
08E8 4/9/2018 4/13/2018 Fort Leonard Wood, MO (USAES)
08E8 5/7/2018 5/11/2018 NBVC Port Hueneme, CA (CECOS)
08E8 6/18/2018 6/22/2018 Wright Patterson AFB, OH (AFIT)
08E8 9/17/2018 9/21/2018 Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, HI (PACOM)

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Naval Construction Force Operations BASIC

CIN: A-4A-1112

Course Description:
The Naval Construction Force Operations BASIC course is designed to prepare first-tour officers and Chief Petty Officers with the basic knowledge and skills needed to perform leadership and management duties upon reporting to a Naval Construction Force unit. Classroom and laboratory instruction will be provided in construction and contingency planning and operations, Naval Construction Force, and force programs, under normal conditions.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The reference material for this class is now accessible at My Navy Portal (https://www.mnp.navy.mil/portal/seabees_facilitiesengineering/cecoscoursereferences/home/home) Click here to jump straight to the page.

Personnel Eligible:
Active duty and reserve civil engineer corps (510x, 653x, 753x) officers (O1-O4).
First NCF tour OF-13 Chief Petty Officers.
Officers of other designators and non OF-13 Chief Petty Officers assigned or ordered to an NCF unit.
E6 personnel assigned to an NCF unit may be selected based on availability of seats.

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07FC 12/11/2017 12/22/2017 Gulfport, MS
07FB 1/8/2018 1/19/2018 Port Hueneme, CA
07FC 5/14/2018 5/25/2018 Gulfport, MS
07FB 9/10/2018 9/21/2018 Port Hueneme, CA

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NCF Prospective Command Element Leadership Seminar

CIN: A-4A-0030

The FY16 NCF Prospective Command Element Leadership Seminar (Course ID A-4A-0030; CDP 9142) will meet at the Civil Engineer Corps Officer School (RM 126) in Port Hueneme, CA, from 06-10 June 2016. The start time each day will be 8:00 a.m. The course will be complete NLT 12:00 p.m. on 10 June (Fri).

For those attending, please send an email to 'PRTH_NCG1_Quota_Control@navy.mil' by 31 March 2016 with: (1) First, Middle, and Last Name (2) DOD ID Number (3) Date of Birth. You will receive two emails, one to confirm receipt and one to confirm enrollment.

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NCF Operations ADVANCED

CIN: A-4A-1111

Course Description:
The Naval Construction Force (NCF) Operations Advanced course is designed to prepare NCF officers and senior enlisted with the advanced knowledge and skills needed to perform leadership and management duties upon returning to an NCF unit. Classroom and laboratory instruction will be provided in construction and contingency planning and operations, joint engineering capabilities, staff planning, and force programs.

Starting in FYll, the NCF OPS ADVANCED course will be split into two 5-day classes. The first week will be NCF OPS ADVANCED and the second week Staff Planning. Please click on the link below to sign up for the Staff Planning course offering that corresponds with the NCF OPS ADVANCED your are planning to attend:

Personnel Eligible:
Prospective students must have completed NCF OPS BASIC, be on their second NCF Khaki tour, and must be SCWS qualified.

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06YL 12/11/2017 12/15/2017 Gulfport, MS
06YJ 3/26/2018 3/30/2018 Port Hueneme, CA
06YL 5/14/2018 5/18/2018 Gulfport, MS
06YJ 9/17/2018 9/21/2018 Port Hueneme, CA

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NCF Prospective Operations & Training Staff Course

CIN: A-4A-0039

Course Description:
The Prospective Operations and Training Staff Course (POTSC) is designed to prepare prospective senior staff to assume leadership positions within operations and training organizations and to be responsible for readiness, training, operational employment, program management, and influencing internal and external relationships at force operational levels. The classroom and lab instruction emphasize doctrine, the Fleet Response Training Plan (FRTP), Naval Construction Force (NCF) readiness and resources, individual qualifications, management concepts and methodologies, mission planning tools, tactical employment, and guest speaker perspectives involving incumbent command leadership and current NCF operations.

Personnel Eligible:
This course is designed for Active Duty and Reserve CEC officers and OF-13 Senior Enlisted selected for duty as Operations Officer, Operations Chief, Training Officer, and Training Chief for duty within an Naval Construction Force unit.

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273X 6/12/2018 6/20/2018 Port Hueneme, CA

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Seabee Chief Petty Officer Management

CIN: A-710-0021

Course Description:
This two-week course is designed to prepare the Active duty and Reserve Seabee (OF-13) Chief Petty Officer for the transition from lead technician/crew leader to first level manager in the Naval Construction Force or the naval shore establishment. The course provides personnel and administrative management skills necessary for effective supervision of subordinates, competent response to direction of seniors, and proficient interaction with peers.

Personnel Eligible:
This course is intended for Active duty and Reserve Seabee (OF-13) Chief Petty Officers and those OF-13 First Class Petty Officers who have been selected for advancement to CPO. Upon request and when supported with sufficient justification, the Commanding Officer, NAVSCOLCECOFF may also grant waivers for attendance by other personnel.

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325L 3/26/2018 4/6/2018 Port Hueneme, CA
04UJ 9/24/2018 10/5/2018 Gulfport, MS

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Staff Planning

CIN: A-4A-0133

Course Description:
This one week course is designed to provide Civil Engineer Corps Officers (CEC), Naval Officers, and senior enlisted personnel assigned to Naval Construction Force (NCF)an academic and practical course of instruction in expeditionary warfare staff planning. Students will be cognizant on doctrine, tactics, and techniques of Naval Expeditionary Warfare with a focus on NCF operations.

Personnel Eligible:
This course is primarily intended for Active Duty and Reserve Civil Engineer Corps Officers, Seabee(OF-13)Chief Petty Officers (E7-E9). Naval Officers and non OF-13 Chief Petty Officers assigned to NCF units may also attend.

Upon request and when supported with sufficient justification, the Commanding Officer, NAVSCOLCECOFF may also grant waivers for attendance by other persons.

Quota Control:
This course is offered by request only and will be conducted on a reimbursable basis. Class minimum size is 18 personnel with a class maximum of 64 personnel.

Starting in FY11, the NCF OPS ADVANCED course will be split into two 5-day classes. The first week will be NCF OPS ADVANCED and the second week Staff Planning. Please click on the following link to sign up for the NCF OPS ADVANCED course that corresponds to the Staff Planning course you are planning to attend:

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04UH 12/4/2017 12/8/2017 Gulfport, MS
04CW 3/19/2018 3/23/2018 Port Hueneme, CA
04UH 5/7/2018 5/11/2018 Gulfport, MS
04CW 9/24/2018 9/28/2018 Port Hueneme, CA

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Public Works Dept Basic

CIN: A-4A-0109

Course Description:
The PWO Basic course will provide new accession Civil Engineering Corps (CEC) officers the initial training to perform Construction Management and Assistant Public Works Officer (APWO) duties in a NAVFAC Public Works Department. PWO Basic is offered as one of the courses in the CEC Basic pipeline and is an entry level course for active duty CEC officers only.

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12MJ 4/16/2018 4/27/2018 Port Hueneme, CA

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Public Works Dept Intermediate

CIN: A-4A-0113

Course Description:
The PWO Intermediate course will provide midgrade CEC officers the training required to perform as a director for the Facilities Management Division (FMD), Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Division (FEAD), and Production Division in a NAVFAC Public Works Department. Additionally, this course discusses the funds used in a Public Works Department, Emergency Management coordination, and personnel management. PWO Intermediate is offered as the second course of the Public Works Officer continuum and is for active duty CEC officers only.

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16EN 4/9/2018 4/13/2018 Port Hueneme, CA
16EN 7/16/2018 7/20/2018 Port Hueneme, CA

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Prospective Public Works Officer

CIN: A-4A-0114

Course Description:
The Prospective Public Works Officer (PWO) course will provide incoming CEC PWO's and Deputy PWO's the advanced training to perform the duties of a PWO/DPWO in a NAVFAC Public Works Department. This course will cover the PWO/DPWO's role in managing the Facilities Management Division (FMD), Environmental Division, Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Division (FEAD), and Production Division as well as the Safety and Energy programs. Additionally, this course will discuss installation facilities requirements, funds used in a Public Works Department, and personnel management. This course is the third and final course of the Public Works Officer continuum and is for active duty CEC officers and civilian Deputy Public Works Officers.

Personnel Eligible:
This course is primarily intended for Active Duty and Reserve Civil Engineer Corps Officers, Seabee(OF-13)Chief Petty Officers (E7-E9). Naval Officers and non OF-13 Chief Petty Officers assigned to NCF units may also attend.

Upon request and when supported with sufficient justification, the Commanding Officer, NAVSCOLCECOFF may also grant waivers for attendance by other persons.

Quota Control:
This course is offered by request only and will be conducted on a reimbursable basis. Class minimum size is 18 personnel with a class maximum of 64 personnel.

Starting in FY11, the NCF OPS ADVANCED course will be split into two 5-day classes. The first week will be NCF OPS ADVANCED and the second week Staff Planning. Please click on the following link to sign up for the NCF OPS ADVANCED course that corresponds to the Staff Planning course you are planning to attend:

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