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Advanced Management Program (AMP)
CIN A-8B-0060 (CDP 07MM)
MASL P152015

The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is designed to prepare experienced middle and upper-middle level managers for the leadership challenges of the future. It incorporates private sector corporate case studies and traditional learning to develop key competencies needed for higher levels of strategic leadership. AMP will help managers formulate and implement strategy, develop and manage networks of people, and incorporate experiences into a broadened policy-level perspective. Participants will take both the DiSC personal assessment and the Gallup StrengthsFinder assessment to better understand and utilize their own personal managerial strengths, as well as improve cohesion, communication and problem-solving in their workplaces. All students will be expected to participate in group discussions and team presentations covering a broad spectrum of topics and managerial skills. Participants will work in functional teams on a final course presentation to propose solutions to existing workplace problems. AMP qualifies for three semester hour graduate credits in management, as currently approved by the American Council on Education (ACE). AMP requires an 80 ECL score [this requirement only applies to non-US, non-native English-speaking officers funded for training from IMET or FMS programs].

PROGRAM TOPICS
Decision Making
Managing Organizational Change
Strategic Planning and Execution
Business Ethics
Globalization
Generational Change
Effective Communication Tools
Diversity
Managing Human Capital
Lean Six Sigma
Developing Organizational Values
Supply Chain Management
Government Contracting
Information Systems Solutions

*Email nscs_nwpt_imso@navy.mil, tel. (401) 841-4847, DSN 841-4847 for further information

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Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07MM 30 Jan 2017 10 Feb 2017 CANCELED
07MM 06 Mar 2017 17 Mar 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
07MM 01 May 2017 12 May 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
07MM 07 Aug 2017 18 Aug 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
07MM 11 Sep 2017 22 Sep 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
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Supply Corps Officer Basic Qualification Course (BQC)
Division Officer Leadership Course (DIVOLC)

Supply Corps Officer Basic Qualification Course (BQC) Division Officer Leadership Course (DIVOLC)
CIN A-8B-0012 (CDP 07M4) CIN P-7C-0100 (CDP 07WU)
MASL P152010 (International students only)* MASL P162017 (International students only)*

BQC/DIVOLC Check-in:
All BQC/DIVOLC students will check-in with the Educational Counselor, located on the first deck of the Navy Supply Corps School, between 08:00 am - 4:00 pm, M-F, in dress blues/whites (seasonal). If checking in after hours, contact the CDO at (401) 585-5901.
NOTE: CHECK-IN ON DAY OF INDOC IS NO LATER THAN 7:30 am.

Overview:
The Basic Qualification Course (BQC A-8B-0012) is an in-depth study of the Supply System encompassing the following major areas of an afloat supply department: supply management food service, retail operations, disbursing management, leadership and management and personnel administration. Students will, through the use of practical exercises, practice sets, and exams, demonstrate the ability to complete and post all forms and files in each functional area. Additionally, students will demonstrate the ability to audit and correct problem areas posed in exercise situations. Also included in the course is a brief introduction to automated data processing systems such as Relational Supply (R-Supply) and Organizational Maintenance Management System – Next Generation (OMMS-NG).

The objective of the 20-week BQC is to prepare newly commissioned Supply Corps officers and other officers who may be ordered for this instruction in their professional duties. This course provides detailed, job-related technical instruction while encouraging the formation and use of desirable attitudes and characteristics.

While at the Navy Supply Corps School (NSCS), all BQC students are required to complete the week-long Division Officer Leadership Course (DIVOLC P-7C-0100) course. This five-day course is designed to facilitate and indoctrinate all junior officers who will be relieving afloat in a Division Officer capacity, and provide the skill set necessary to be effective first-time leaders in an operational environment. The curriculum is scenario driven, taking the student from their first day of reporting on board all the way through their first nine months. Through interactive videos, role-playing and group based discussions, students will be exposed to various leadership dilemmas and will engage in discussions on potential courses of action. Leadership principles addressed will be competition and collaboration in an enlisted work center, building working relationships with the Chain of Command, time management, and functional administration.

*Point of contact information for international students is NETSAFA, tel. (850) 452-8162, DSN 459-8162

Physical Readiness:
During the first week of instruction, an informal weigh-in and PFA will be conducted. Command PT is conducted on a weekly basis. This will provide the students, as well as the instructors, an opportunity to assess current physical readiness. Additionally, at a minimum, students will participate in one official PFA.

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

Uniform Requirements:
The uniform of the day will be NWU Type III, with the exception of Summer/Winter alternative of the first Friday of every month. If NWU Type III has not been issued, NWU Type I is authorized until further notice.

Service khakis will be the uniform for the final two weeks of BQC.


Course Schedule*
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07M4 17 Oct 2017 30 Mar 2018 (1st BATT) NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07M4 18 Jan 2018 15 Jun 2018 (2nd BATT) NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07M4 05 Apr 2018 31 Aug 2018 (3rd BATT) NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07M4 19 Jun 2018 16 Nov 2018 (4th BATT) NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
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* Please note all BQC dates include DIVOLC.
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Supply Corps Officer BQC-NR (BQC-NR)

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

The Basic Qualification Course - Navy Reserve (BQC-NR) is a comprehensive course of instruction which provides reserve Direct Commissioning Program Commissioning Officers (DCO) and NAVET redesignations with the fundamental, technical and managerial knowledge necessary to function effectively as Supply Corps officers within the Navy Reserve. The BQC-NR is a combination of on-site training and self-paced correspondence work spanning 15 months. Classes commence three times annually and attendance at all on-site training periods are mandatory in order to graduate.

The BQC-NR curriculum encompasses Supply Management (SM), Food Service (FS), Disbursing Management (DM), Retail Operations (RO), and Leadership and Management (LM). Completion of all elements of the BQC-NR is mandatory and all students must achieve a minimum passing score of 80% for each functional area and an overall course average of 80%.

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

FAQs
Q: What is the course structure for the BQC-NR program? How many times will I attend training at the Navy Supply Corps School during this program?

A: The BQC-NR program consists of three resident and two distance learning training phases of instruction. At the bottom of this page is a list of the scheduled start dates for each training phase. The initial phase consists of a two-week annual training (AT) period at NSCS. Upon completing resident Phase I, members will complete distance learning Phase I requirements, all of which must be finished at least 30 days prior to returning to NSCS for Phase II resident training. The second phase of the program involves another two-week annual training period at NSCS. Upon completing resident Phase II, members will complete distance learning Phase II requirements, all of which must be finished prior to returning to NSCS for Phase III resident training. The third phase of the program involves a two- week active duty for training (ADT) period at NSCS. After completing Phase III resident training, members will graduate and their designators changed from 3165 to 3105. After each Residence Phase, you will be placed in a seat in the Distance Learning Training that follows it based on your passing of the Resident Phase.


Q: What is DCOIC and how do I sign up for this class?

A: DCOIC stands for "Direct Commissions Officer Indoctrination Course" and is a two-week course conducted in Newport, Rhode Island. This course is a requirement for all DCO candidates and is a prerequisite for the BQC-NR program. Once you have received your commission this will be the first training you will attend. To obtain more information on DCOIC, please visit: http://www.ocs.navy.mil/dcoic.asp.


Q: Do I need to complete DCOIC prior to obtaining a seat in a BQC-NR class?

A: Completion of DCOIC is required prior to the start of the BQC-NR Phase I resident training. A member can, however, request a quota for an upcoming BQC-NR class as long as DCOIC is completed prior to arriving in Newport, RI for the start of the BQC-NR program. Failure to complete this course prior to your initial AT will result in loss of the requested BQC-NR quota and subsequent rollback to a later class. Once DCOIC is complete, the member is required to contact the NSCS Reserve Programs division and forward a copy of the completion certificate via E-mail or fax (401-841-4830)..


Q: How do I enter my NROWS information for attending the ADT (Graduation)?

A: Some of the phases of resident training may be covered using ADT (Active Duty for Training) funds. When entering your orders into NROWS you will select "ADT-Schools" as your funding source, fund description as "COMNAVRESFOR N7 ADT-SCHOOL (CN ADT-SCHOOL)", and funding source as "ADT School Fleet Programs". You will also need to input the CIN or CDP based on the Resident Phase you will be attending. Order Requirements are submitted via NOSC Newport.


Q: I have been accepted in the Basic Qualification Course - Navy Reserve (BQC-NR) program. How can I apply for a seat in the active Basic Qualification Class (BQC) class?

A: The process for selection originates with Navy Personnel Command (NPC). Based on the number of active duty officers required to fill each of the four BQC classes a year, NPC decides if there will be any seats available for the reserve community. If a seat is allocated to the reserve community, that information is relayed to Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command (CNRFC). CNRFC will then solicit names from the RCC N4s if CNRFC has available funds to send someone to the 20-week course. Once the RCC N4s provide the respective names, CNRFC will make their selection based on their predetermined criteria. Per current CNRFC guidance, if an officer is already a member of a BQC-NR company that has completed any resident training phase, then the member is not eligible to attend the active BQC.


Uniform Requirements:
  • Navy Personnel
    • Mon.-Friday: NWU
    • 1st Friday: Summer Whites/Service Dress Blues
    • Navy PTU (BCA/Class PT sessions)

  • Marine Corps Personnel
    Officer and Enlisted
    • Year Round Prescribed: Utilities/Combat Utilities

  • Army Personnel
    Officer and Enlisted
    • Year Round Prescribed: Class "C"

  • Air Force Personnel
    Officer and Enlisted
    • Year Round Prescribed: Class "B"

  • Coast Guard Personnel
    Officer and Enlisted
    • Year Round Prescribed: Operational Dress Uniform (ODU)

  • Civilian Personnel
    • Year Round Prescribed will be Business Casual

Please select below email POC for quotas into this course and for specific Schoolhouse questions you may contact NSCS Newport at nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

Course Schedule
Company Convene Complete CDP Location POC DSN COMM
93rd Co Phase II (Non-Resident/DL) 31 Jul 2017 20 Dec 2017 14SA NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
93rd Co Phase III (GRAD) 19 Mar 2018 30 Mar 2018 14SB NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
 
94th Co Phase II (Resident) 06 Nov 2017 20 Nov 2017
(*17 Nov early grad)
14S9 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
94th Co Phase II (Non-Resident/DL) 20 Nov 2017 12 Apr 2018 14SA NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
94th Co Phase III (GRAD) 04 Jun 2018 15 Jun 2018 14SB NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
 
95th Co Phase I (Non-Resident/DL) 30 Oct 2017 23 Mar 2018 14S8 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
95th Co Phase II (Resident) 07 May 2018 18 May 2018 14S9 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
95th Co Phase II (Non-Resident/DL) 21 May 2018 10 Oct 2018 14SA NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
95th Co Phase III (GRAD) 05 Nov 2018 16 Nov 2018 14SB NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
 
96th Co Phase I (Resident) 22 Jan 2018 02 Feb 2018 14S6 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
96th Co Phase I (Non-Resident/DL) 05 Feb 2018 03 Aug 2018 14S8 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
96th Co Phase II (Resident) 06 Aug 2018 17 Aug 2018 14S9 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
96th Co Phase II (Non-Resident/DL) 20 Aug 2018 11 Jan 2019 14SA NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
96th Co Phase III (GRAD) 18 Mar 2019 29 Mar 2019 14SB NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
 
97th Co Phase I (Resident) 16 Jul 2018 27 Jul 2018 14S6 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
97th Co Phase I (Non-Resident/DL) 30 Jul 2018 19 Dec 2018 14S8 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
97th Co Phase II (Resident) 07 Jan 2019 18 Jan 2019 14S9 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
97th Co Phase II (Non-Resident/DL) 22 Jan 2019 16 Aug 2019 14SA NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
97th Co Phase III (GRAD) 12 Nov 2019 25 Nov 2019
(*22 Nov early grad)
14SB NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
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Intermediate Leadership Course (ILC)
CIN H-7C-0104 (CDP 17ZK)
MASL P171054 (International students only)*

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS RESERVED ONLY FOR SUPPLY CORPS OFFICERS PRIOR TO REACHING THEIR DEPARTMENT HEAD MILESTONE.

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

This five-day course is designed to facilitate and indoctrinate all Supply Officers that will be relieving afloat, in a Department Head capacity, the skill sets necessary to be effective principle assistants and liaisons in their Chain of Command for their Commanding Officer. The curriculum encompasses ten modules that will drastically shift the mindsets of the student from being a functional and effective Division Officer to the proactive and global thinking structure of a high-output Department Head. Through roleplays, group-based discussions, teachbacks, and brainstorming, the student will be afforded the opportunities to discuss with the class the trials and tribulations that they have experienced in their careers. Specific leadership principles that are addressed are competition and collaboration amongst peers and superiors, management of expectations, non-reactive leadership, command climate influences, project and systems management, and growing / developing junior Divisions Officers for the future.

*International students point of contact is NETSAFA, tel. (850) 452-8162, DSN 459-8162

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

Uniform Requirements:
Khakis (Mon.-Wed.,Fri.) and NWU (Thurs.)
Please bring PT uniform

Please select below email POC for quotas into this course and for specific Schoolhouse questions you may contact NSCS Newport at nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
17ZK 25 Sep 2017 29 Sep 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
17ZK 14 Nov 2017 20 Nov 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
17ZK 06 Feb 2018 12 Feb 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
17ZK 02 Apr 2018 06 Apr 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
17ZK 14 May 2018 18 May 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
17ZK 13 Aug 2018 17 Aug 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
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Introduction to Expeditionary Logistics (IEL)
CIN A-8B-0055 (CDP 07MS)
MASL P152030 (International students only)*

TO OBTAIN A QUOTA FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE CONTACT HAMPTON ROADS, VA, AT (757) 492-5335 OR EMAIL tschrquotas@navy.mil. Course schedule located at bottom of page.

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

Introduction to Expeditionary Logistics (IEL) provides an overview of the joint planning process, the joint and naval logistics chain of command and specific issues and concerns related to the deployment to and logistics support in an expeditionary environment. Discussions and lectures include Unified Commands, Naval Logistics, Joint Operational Planning, Advanced Base Logistics, Foreign Humanitarian Assistance, Host Nation Support and an overview of the Navy's Expeditionary commands.

This course is taught as a seminar with guest speakers as subject matter experts and is intended for Officers and Senior Enlisted (E6 or above) from the active component, reserve component, other services, and foreign military. Introduction to Expeditionary Logistics (IEL) is both a two-week resident course in which student's use of seminar discussions assists in conducting a final group exercise involving a logistics senario that will demonstrate a working knowledge of the lectures.

*International students point of contact is NETSAFA, tel. (850) 452-8162, DSN 459-8162

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

Uniform Requirements:
- NWU's or service equivalent

Please select below email POC for quotas into this course and for specific Schoolhouse questions you may contact NSCS Newport at nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07MS 2 Apr 2018 13 Apr 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07MS 30 Jul 2018 10 Aug 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
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Joint Aviation Supply and Maintenance Material Management (JASMMM)
CIN A-8B-0020 (CDP 07M8)
MASL P152088 (International students only)*
USMC Course Identifier (CID) in MCTIMS - N053003

TO OBTAIN A QUOTA FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE CONTACT HAMPTON ROADS, VA, AT (757) 492-5335 OR EMAIL tschrquotas@navy.mil. Course schedule located at bottom of page.

Marines are required to go through their local unit 53 (Ops) for initial quota request via MCTIMS. The routing of this request will go through the Wing S3 for co-current approval and routing to MARFORCOM G3, who will officially enroll the Marine in JASMMM. If any issues arise please contact the JASMMM team at: NSCS_NWPT_JASMMM@navy.mil.

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

The Joint Aviation Supply and Maintenance Material Management (JASMMM) seek to improve aircraft readiness through the teamwork of Maintenance and Supply Logisticians.

To develop technical, supervisory, and management skills in aviation support procedures to create a mutual awareness between maintenance and supply personnel for optimum weapon system support.

JASMMM is the Navy's sole source of aviation logistics training for Supply Officers.

Specific emphasis is placed on the synergy created through strong lines of communication built between Maintenance and Supply.

The following topics are covered but are not limited to:

- Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) initiatives

- AVCAL processing allowancing

- Inventory management

- All levels of training

- Advanced management / leadership techniques of NAMP fundamentals

- All levels of Maintenance influencing Flight-Line Operations.

Case studies coupled with practical exercises provide the students the ability to leverage tactical, operational, and strategic logistics elements to enhance support of Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) initiatives.

*International students point of contact is NETSAFA, tel. (850) 452-8162, DSN 459-8162

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

Uniform Requirements:
Navy Personnel Officer, Chief, and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: NWU

Marine Corps Personnel Officer and Enlisted :

Year Round Prescribed: Utilities/Combat Utilities

Army Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Class "C"

Air Force Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Class "B"

Coast Guard Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Operational Dress Uniform (ODU)

Civilian Personnel

Year Round Prescribed will be Business Casual

Please contact nscs_nwpt_jasmmm@navy.mil with questions regarding the JASMMM course.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07M8 22 Jan 2018 02 Feb 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07M8 26 Mar 2018 06 Apr 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07M8 07 May 2018 18 May 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07M8 04 Jun 2018 15 Jun 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07M8 09 Jul 2018 20 Jul 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07M8 17 Sep 2018 28 Sep 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
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Reserve Supply Management Advanced Refresher Training (RESMART)
CIN A-8B-0054 (CDP 07MP)

TO OBTAIN A QUOTA FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE CONTACT HAMPTON ROADS, VA, AT (757) 492-5335 OR EMAIL tschrquotas@navy.mil. Course schedule located at bottom of page.

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

To provide Navy Reserve Logistics Specialists (LS) training in afloat Supply Management procedures. RESMART topics are presented in a fast-paced environment and cover the latest information related to major LS occupational standards and are equivalent to the topics covered in Logistics Specialist class A and C schools.

Students are required to show proficiency in both manual and automated supply processes. The information is presented in lecture/discussion format with extensive laboratory work and practical exercises to increase the student's performance skill levels. The primary text for the course is the NAVSUP P-485, which will be provided by the instructor. In addition, the student will be required to make a 20 minute presentation on a supply management topic assigned by the instructor. This allows the student an opportunity to research and present supply management information to a class. The goal of the presentation exercise is to build personal confidence and to increase the student's ability in presenting supply information and training to their respective reserve units.

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

Uniform Requirements:

Navy Personnel Officer, Chief, and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: NWU
Also bring Navy PTU uniform.

Please select below email POC for quotas into this course and for specific Schoolhouse questions you may contact NSCS Newport at nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07MP 22 Jan 2018 02 Feb 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07MP 23 Jul 2018 03 Aug 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
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Stock Control Supervisor/R-SUPPLY Force Level Course (RSUPPLY)
CIN A-551-0027 (CDP 07MT)

**TO OBTAIN A QUOTA FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR DETAILER**

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

The Stock Control Supervisor/R-SUPPLY Force Level Course is a broad based management overview designed to prepare officers and senior enlisted personnel for assumption of stock control duties onboard NWCF platforms utilizing the latest version of Relational Supply (R-SUPPLY). The length of the course is ten days. Hands-on terminal time using the R-SUPPLY computer to perform practical exercises is part of the classroom instruction. Emphasis is placed on report analysis, case studies, audit techniques, cause and effect relationships, and "pulse point" management. Senior enlisted personnel attain a NEC 2830 upon graduation.

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

Uniform Requirements:

Navy Personnel Officer, Chief, and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: NWU
Also bring Navy PTU uniform.

Please select below email POC for quotas into this course and for specific Schoolhouse questions you may contact NSCS Newport at nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07MT 04 Dec 2017 15 Dec 2017 Room 129 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07MT 26 Feb 2018 09 Mar 2018 Room 129 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07MT 18 Jun 2018 29 Jun 2018 Room 129 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07MT 17 Sep 2018 28 Sep 2018 Room 129 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
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Supply Officer Department Head Course (SODHC)
CIN A-8B-0017 (CDP 07MA)
MASL P152089 (International students only)*

**TO OBTAIN A QUOTA FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR DETAILER.**

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

The Supply Officer Department Head Course (SODHC) is a four-week course that prepares Ensigns through Lieutenant Commanders to assume the duties of the Supply Officer on a ship or submarine. SODHC includes training in Supply Management, Food Service, Retail Operations, Disbursing Management and Postal Operations. In addition, training is provided for the following specific technical functions: Small Afloat Purchasing, user certification for the government commercial purchase card program, Configuration Management, Hazardous Materials Management (including certification as a Hazardous Materials Coordinator Afloat), Off-Ship Bill Pay and Husbanding Services Provider processes and Submarine-specific Supply Functions. Automated Information Systems training is also provided in R-Supply, OMMS-NG, FSM, CMP and FEDLOG. SODHC focuses on current fleet trends and technical developments. It also stresses developing effective and efficient managerial skills to meet the challenging "at sea" environment.

*International student’s point of contact is NETSAFA, tel. (850) 452-8162, DSN 459-8162.

Prospective SODHC students are encouraged to start a dialogue with the Supply Officer they will be relieving prior to reporting to Newport. They should begin gathering reports and information from their future command to include the most recent CO's Monthly Report and Annual Financial Requirements Review. Gathering this information prior to the start of class will allow students to review real world examples as they learn.

SODHC Reporting Information:
All students must have a copy of their current DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training certificate upon arrival. PT is conducted on a weekly basis. Students should come prepared for an informal weigh-in and PRT, which will be conducted during the first week. This will provide the students, as well as the instructors, with an opportunity to assess current physical readiness. SODHC students should report directly to their classroom at Navy Supply Corps School (Building 1378). Classroom assignments will be displayed on the monitor located at each entrance to the building.

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete the following before arriving to NSCS:

  • 1)  DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

Completion of the following CAC enabled courses is recommended prior to arrival; completion is required before departure:

1. **Annual Ethics Training** via Total Workforce Management System.

2. **Afloat Hazardous Material Coordinator / CSS-HAZMAT-030-2.0** via Navy E-Learning.

3. **CON 237 Simplified Acquisition Procedures and CLG001 DoD Government Purchase Card** via Defense Acquisition University

4. **Agency/Organization Program Coordinator (A/OPC) Course** via NAVSUP Purchase Card Training

For detailed instructions on registering for these courses select the link to a .pdf that will guide you through registration. SODHC Training Links

Uniform Requirements:
Navy:   Khakis (M-W, F) and NWU (Th)
Marines:   Service Bravos or Charlies (M-W, F) and Seasonal MARPAT (Th)
Please bring service PT uniform


Miscellaneous:
  • - Recommend students have updated military biography available upon check-in
  • - Classes will run daily from approximately 8:00am - 4:00pm with a one-hour lunch break
  • - On base lunch options: Officer’s Club, America’s Cup Café, Subway, Seaview Lanes.
      There are many dining options within a five-minute drive off base
Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07MA 16 Oct 2017 13 Nov 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07MA 08 Jan 2018 05 Feb 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07MA 05 Mar 2018 30 Mar 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07MA 16 Apr 2018 11 May 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07MA 16 Jul 2018 10 Aug 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
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Senior Supply Officer Department Head (8 Days) (SR SODHC)
CIN A-8B-0042 (CDP 07MW)
MASL P162017 (International students only)*

**TO OBTAIN A QUOTA FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR DETAILER.**

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

The SR SODHC course is designed to prepare Senior Supply Corps Officers to return to sea as department heads. This course is eight (8) days in length. Topics covered include Senior Officer Leadership, Ethics, Inventory and Financial Management using R-SUPPLY, Food Service, Retail Operations, Disbursing Management, Postal Operations and Hazardous Material Management, and Off-Ship Bill Pay and Husbanding Services Provider processes. Guest speakers for this course include briefers from throughout the fleet (active and reserve), including civilians.

Prospective SR SODHC students are encouraged to start a dialogue with the Supply Officer they will be relieving and prospective TYCOM prior to reporting to Newport. They should begin gathering reports and information from their future command, including the most recent CO's Monthly Report and Annual Financial Management Plan. Gathering this information prior to starting class will allow students to review real world examples as they learn.

SR SODHC Reporting Information:
SR SODHC students will report directly to their classroom at Navy Supply Corps School (Building 1378). Classroom assignments will be displayed on the marquee located at each entrance to the building.

Training:
All incoming students are required to complete the following before arriving to NSCS:

  • 1)   DoD Cyber Awareness v4 training. If you have a CAC card, go to MNP and click the Learning tab at the top of the page. Go to Learning --> Navy eLearning/Online Courses. Type in DoD Cyber Awareness and then click the button to enroll and launch the v4 training. Email your completed training certificate to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

If you do NOT have a CAC card, go to http://iatraining.disa.mil/eta/cyberchallenge/launchpage.htm to complete Cyber Awareness training and email to nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil when completed.

  • 2)   Simplified Acquisition Procedures (DAU) computer based training: CON 237. Here is the process to get access to the training:
  • - Go to the eDACM homepage: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm
  • - Follow the login process.
  • - From the Tool Bar on the top of the screen, select the following from the drop downs: > Manage Career > Training > Search for DAU Training
  • - This will bring you to a "DAU Training Search" Screen:
  • - Under the category "DAU Resident and Web Offerings", select the button bar "order by course number".
  • - On that same screen, click on the drop down box and scroll down until you see "CON 237 - Simplified Acquisition Procedures" and select it.
  • - Click "continue" which will bring you to the DAU Registration Screen.

  • - Review student profile information.
  • - Supervisor Name: Adam Hamilton
  • - Supervisor Email: adam.l.hamilton@navy.mil
  • - Click on "Submit Request".

  • - Once submitted, we will approve the training registration request. Upon approval of your request, you may begin CON 237.

Uniform Requirements:
Mon.-Friday:   Khakis
Please bring PT uniform and "business casual" attire

Miscellaneous:
  • - Classes will run daily from approximately 8:00am – 4:00pm with a one-hour lunch break
  • - Prepare and bring a one-page, standard biography
  • - Coffee, water, soda, and light snacks will be available daily for a nominal one-time fee
  • - On base lunch options: Officer’s Club, America’s Cup Café, Subway, Seaview Lanes.
    There are many dining options within a five-minute drive off base

Please select below email POC for quotas into this course and for specific Schoolhouse questions you may contact NSCS Newport at nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07MW 14 May 2018 23 May 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
07MW 18 Jun 2018 27 Jun 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 841-4852 (401) 841-4852
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Transportation of Hazardous Materials (TRANS HAZ MAT)
CIN A-822-0012 (CDP 07N1)
MASL P153010 (International students only)*
USMC Course Identifier (CID) in MCTIMS - N05C083

TO OBTAIN A QUOTA FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE CONTACT HAMPTON ROADS, VA, AT (757) 492-5335 OR EMAIL tschrquotas@navy.mil. Course schedule located at bottom of page.

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS AND CERTIFICATES OF NON-AVAILABILITY (CNA) WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

PLEASE NOTE: THE NSCS TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ONLINE PRE-COURSE IS NOT LONGER AVAILABLE. The Defense Ammunition Center familiarization and safety course (AMMO-67-DL) is available through distance based learning by clicking on the following link:
http//ammo.okstate.edu/

Provides formal training prerequisite for command approved qualification to certify hazardous materials for shipment via all modes of transportation. The course includes a comprehensive overview of the transportation of hazardous materials by motor, rail and water and an intensive review of the requirements for movement of hazardous materials by commercial/military air. Included are the roles and missions of the Department of Transportation (DOT), Defense Transportation System (DTS), and commercial carriers, national, state and local regulations storage (incident to transportation) handling, packaging, marking, labeling and placarding of hazardous materials and various hazardous materials warning systems. Students will be trained in the use of the applicable Codes of Federal Regulations (CFR), Air Force Interservice Manual 24-204 (NAVSUP P-505/MCO 4030.19F), International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) / International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulation (DGR), and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Dangerous Goods Code (IMDGC) requirements for documentation, forms, labels, marking, placarding and inspections. Qualification credit for the course is dependent upon successful completion of each of three module examinations covering all regulatory publication. Each examination must be passed to continue course enrollment. Qualification attained is effective for twenty-four months, after which additional certification or re-certification is required. This course is extremely technical and requires at least average reading ability. Personnel eligible: uniformed personnel of the armed forces, DOD civil service personnel, and (With appropriate CNET quota approval) eligible DOD civilian contractors. This course is designed only for those personnel who must, "certify hazardous materials for shipment".

*International students point of contact is NETSAFA, tel. (850) 452-8162, DSN 459-8162

Class starts promptly at 8:00 am, and students are encouraged to arrive at the Navy Supply Corps School by 7:45 am the morning of class.

IMPORTANT: The Transportation of Hazardous Materials is an intensive class that requires a high level of concentration. Due to time zone changes and unpredictable weather and air traffic patterns, if you are traveling outside CONUS, or from a time zone that is not on EST, it is strongly recommended that you arrive on the SATURDAY before class. If traveling from the east coast, plan to arrive the Sunday before class. Due to the intensive nature of the HAZMAT class, late students will be turned away and disenrolled from the course.

USMC: There is no USMC barracks availability on the Navy base. If there is no berthing available on the Navy base (Navy Gateway Inns & Suites/Chalet), you will be issued a Certificate of Non-Availability (CNA). There is no other additional paperwork issued or needed to receive the Commercial Meal Rate (CMR). You will be required to turn in your orders and CNA, which will then be endorsed for Quarters Not Available and CMR.

Please call (401) 841-4852 or (401) 439-2717 or email nscs_nwpt_hazmat@navy.mil with questions/concerns.

Uniform Requirements:
Navy Personnel Officer, Chief, and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: NWU

Marine Corps Personnel Officer and Enlisted :

Year Round Prescribed: Utilities/Combat Utilities/Greensleeves

Army Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Class "C"

Air Force Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Class "B"

Coast Guard Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Operational Dress Uniform (ODU)

Civilian Personnel:

Business Casual: Polo pullovers, khakis or respectable jeans are acceptable. Torn, dirty or frayed clothing (including tee shirts with large advertisements) are not permitted

NOTE: THE USE OF CELL PHONES IS NOT PERMITTED AT ANY TIME DURING CLASS. All cell phones will be placed in a storage container during class and can be retrieved at breaks and at lunchtime.

To obtain a seat in this course, email tschrquotas@navy.mil or call (757) 492-5335/6/7. With specific HAZMAT course questions, contact nscs_nwpt_hazmat@navy.mil or call (401) 841-4852 or (401) 439-2717.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07N1 22 Jan 2018 02 Feb 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 05 Feb 2018 16 Feb 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 26 Feb 2018 09 Mar 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 12 Mar 2018 23 Mar 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 26 Mar 2018 06 Apr 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 09 Apr 2018 20 Apr 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 23 Apr 2018 04 May 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 07 May 2018 18 May 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 04 Jun 2018 15 Jun 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 18 Jun 2018 29 Jun 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 09 Jul 2018 20 Jul 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 23 Jul 2018 03 Aug 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 06 Aug 2018 17 Aug 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 20 Aug 2018 31 Aug 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 10 Sep 2018 21 Sep 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
07N1 17 Sep 2018 28 Sep 2018 NSCS, Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
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Transportation of Hazardous Materials Recertification (TRANS HAZ MAT RECERT)
CIN A-822-0011 (CDP 07N0)

TO OBTAIN A QUOTA FOR THIS COURSE, PLEASE CONTACT HAMPTON ROADS, VA, AT (757) 492-5335 OR EMAIL tschrquotas@navy.mil. Course schedule located at bottom of page.

**ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE HARD COPIES OF ORDERS WITH THEM TO BE HANDED OVER UPON ARRIVAL TO NSCS**

PLEASE NOTE: IF YOUR HAZMAT CERTIFICATION HAS EXPIRED, YOU WILL NEED TO TAKE THE TWO-WEEK TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS COURCE, CDP 07N1, https://www.netc.navy.mil/centers/css/nscs/GetTraining.htm#tab12.

The NSCS Transportation of Hazardous Materials Online Pre-course is no longer available. NSCS regrets any inconvenience this may cause.

Please call (401) 841-4852 or (401) 439-2717 or email nscs_nwpt_hazmat@navy.mil with questions/concerns.

The Transportation of Hazardous Materials Recertification Course provides requalification to certify hazardous materials for shipment. Students must have successfully completed the Transportation of Hazardous Materials Course (CIN A-822-0012), or the Army/Air Force equivalent course within the preceding two (2) years prior to recertification. Due to the intensive and condensed schedule of the HAZMAT RECERT one-week course, the HAZMAT two-week course (CIN A-822-0012, CPD 07N1) is strongly encouraged for anyone who is not currently certifying HAZMAT materials on a regular basis. Included in this course is a comprehensive review of the transportation of hazardous materials by motor, rail and water, and the intensive review of the requirements for movement of hazardous materials by commercial/military air. Graduation credit is dependent upon successful completion of the final examination. Qualification attained is effective for two (2) years, after which retraining is required. This course is extremely technical and requires at least average reading ability.

Instruction for transportation managers is provided in the federally mandated areas of: (1) safety, (2) familiarization and awareness, (3) function specific requirements, and (4) security. The course covers essential principles under Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 29 CFR and the Defense Transportation Regulations (DTR). The course provides essential training for managers who have oversight responsibilities for transportation of hazardous materials (HAZMAT), hazardous substances and hazardous wastes. This course is designed to prepare graduates to develop or evaluate local training resources and identify personnel requiring the varying levels of federally mandated biannual HAZMAT training. All HAZMAT employees are required by federal law to receive training every 24 months; therefore, trainers are encouraged to attend a course every two years to ensure currency with the regulations.

Uniform Requirements:
Navy Personnel Officer, Chief, and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: NWU

Marine Corps Personnel Officer and Enlisted :

Year Round Prescribed: Utilities/Combat Utilities

Army Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Class "C"

Air Force Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Class "B"

Coast Guard Personnel Officer and Enlisted:

Year Round Prescribed: Operational Dress Uniform (ODU)

Civilian Personnel

Year Round Prescribed will be Business Casual

Please select below email POC for quotas into this course and for specific Schoolhouse questions you may contact NSCS Newport at nscs_nwpt_hazmat@navy.mil.

MNP

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07NO 21 May 2018 25 May 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 492-5335 (757) 492-5335
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Commanding Officers Joint Aviation Supply and Material Management (COJASMMM-MTT)
CIN A-8B-0020 (CDP 07MC)

The Commanding Officer's Joint Aviation Supply and Maintenance Material Management (COJASMMM) is part of the Aviation Commanding Officer Training (AVCOT) course taught at Naval Aviation Schools Command (NAVAVSCOLSOM) in Pensacola, FL, and was developed to provide guidance and training to prospective Commanding and Executive Officers (PCOs and PXOs). The purpose of the course is to develop awareness at the executive level of aviation supply and maintenance material management concepts, policies and procedures to improve aircraft readiness. Topics include: teamwork of the maintenance and supply personnel, NAMP management, Aviation Maintenance trends, problem areas, aviation funding, AVCAL allowancing, and local material support procedures.

The course is designed for Navy and Marine Corps Officers, Prospective Commanding Officers and Executive Officers, typically 0-4 and above. The uniform of the day is as prescribed by Naval Aviation Schools Command.

For additional information, you may call 850-452-3712.

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Joint Aviation Supply and Maintenance Material Management (JASMMM-MTT)
CIN A-8B-0020 (CDP 07M9)
MASL P162017 (International students only)*

The Joint Aviation Supply and Maintenance Material Management (JASMMM) seek to improve aircraft readiness through the teamwork of Maintenance and Supply Logisticians.

To develop technical, supervisory, and management skills in aviation support procedures to create a mutual awareness between maintenance and supply personnel for optimum weapon system support.

JASMMM is the Navy's sole source of aviation logistics training for Supply Officers.

Specific emphasis is placed on the synergy created through strong lines of communication built between Maintenance and Supply.

The following topics are covered but are not limited to:

- Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) initiatives

- AVCAL processing allowancing

- Inventory management

- All levels of training

- Advanced management / leadership techniques of NAMP fundamentals

- All levels of Maintenance influencing Flight-Line Operations.

Case studies coupled with practical exercises provide the students the ability to leverage tactical, operational, and strategic logistics elements to enhance support of Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) initiatives.

NOTE:

Mobile Training Team’s (MTT) are funded by the host activity. Students requesting a seat/seat’s must contact the HOST ACTIVITY for reservations. See POC next to the course convening dates you wish to attend.

To request a JASMMM MTT or obtain further information, email nscs_nwpt_jasmmm@navy.mil

Phone: DSN: 841-4852 COMM: (401) 841-4852

ADDED AS REQUESTED AND FUNDED

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07M8 10 Oct 2017 19 Oct 2017 COMHSMWINGPAC San Diego, CA Email (619) 545-8217
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Reserve Supply Management Advanced Refresher Training (RESMART-MTT)
CIN A-8B-0054 (CDP 07MN)
MASL P162017 (International students only)*

To provide Navy Reserve Logistics Specialists (LS) training in afloat Supply Management procedures. RESMART topics are presented in a fast-paced environment and cover the latest information related to major LS occupational standards and are equivalent to the topics covered in Logistics Specialist class A and C schools.

Students are required to show proficiency in both manual and automated supply processes. The information is presented in lecture/discussion format with extensive laboratory work and practical exercises to increase the student's performance skill levels. The primary text for the course is the NAVSUP P-485, which will be provided by the instructor. In addition, the student will be required to make a 20 minute presentation on a supply management topic assigned by the instructor. This allows the student an opportunity to research and present supply management information to a class. The goal of the presentation exercise is to build personal confidence and to increase the student's ability in presenting supply information and training to their respective reserve units.

Please email nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil with any questions or telephone (401) 841-4852, DSN 841-4852.

ADDED AS REQUESTED AND FUNDED

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
 
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Transportation of Hazardous Materials Certification (TRANS HAZ MAT - MTT)
CIN A-822-0012 (CDP 07MY)
MASL P162017 (International students only)*

At the current time, HAZMAT MTT's are no longer being offered by the Navy Supply Corps School. For further information, contact nscs_nwpt_hazmat@navy.mil or call (401) 841-4852.

Advanced Management Program (AMP)
CIN A-8B-0060 (CDP 07MM)
MASL P-162015

The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is designed to prepare experienced middle and upper-middle level managers for the leadership challenges of the future. It incorporates private sector corporate case studies and traditional learning to develop key competencies needed for higher levels of strategic leadership. AMP will help managers formulate and implement strategy, develop and manage networks of people, and incorporate experiences into a broadened policy-level perspective. Participants will take both the DiSC personal assessment and the Gallup StrengthsFinder assessment to better understand and utilize their own personal managerial strengths, as well as improve cohesion, communication and problem-solving in their workplaces. All students will be expected to participate in group discussions and team presentations covering a broad spectrum of topics and managerial skills. Participants will work in functional teams on a final course presentation to propose solutions to existing workplace problems. AMP qualifies for three semester hour graduate credits in management, as currently approved by the American Council on Education (ACE). AMP requires an 80 ECL score [this requirement only applies to non-US, non-native English-speaking officers funded for training from IMET or FMS programs].

PROGRAM TOPICS
Decision Making
Managing Organizational Change
Strategic Planning and Execution
Business Ethics
Globalization
Generational Change
Effective Communication Tools
Diversity
Managing Human Capital
Lean Six Sigma
Developing Organizational Values
Supply Chain Management
Government Contracting
Information Systems Solutions

*Email nscs_nwpt_imso@navy.mil, tel. (401) 841-4847, DSN 841-4847 for further information

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Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07MM 11 Sep 2017 22 Sep 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
07MM 04 Dec 2017 15 Dec 2017 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
07MM 05 Mar 2018 16 Mar 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
07MM 30 Apr 2018 11 May 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
07MM 13 Aug 2018 24 Aug 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
07MM 10 Sep 2018 21 Sep 2018 NSCS Newport, RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
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International Logistics Executive Advanced Development (ILEAD)
CIN A-8B-0077 (CDP 07MK)
MASL P171053

International Logistics Executives Advanced Development (ILEAD) (7 weeks), Senior International Officers, grade O5 and above, waivers available. Course is taught once per year. This seven-week course is designed to give Senior International Officers a better understanding of current trends in logistics and supply chain management from the military perspective. The course includes the Advanced Management Program (AMP) as the first portion of the course. AMP is a two-week long executive leadership course designed for CDR’s and GS-13/14’s that deals with transformation, supply chain management, lean six-sigma, and many other management skills used both by industry and DoD. It is a post-MBA level course, taught by university professors from top-level business schools. The students will be embedded with equivalent U.S. personnel during this period, and work on group projects and make a group presentation for a panel of Flag Officers on the last day of AMP. Following the two weeks of AMP, site visits will be conducted to various Navy commands in the U.S. to give the students an on-site view of the various logistics initiatives and projects currently being worked on by Department of Defense, and U.S. Navy. The students will also participate in various events that will allow for a better understanding of American society and culture. All course travel is included in the MASL cost. Class requires an 80 ECL score.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07MK 26 Feb 2018 13 Apr 2018 NSCS Newport RI Email 841-4847 401-841-4847
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International Officer Supply Course Travel (IOSCO - Resident)
MASL P152011

THIS COURSE CONVENES TWO TIMES ANNUALLY AS PART OF THE IOSCO PIPELINE. P152011, P1512003

International Officers only, grade O-1 to O-4, waivers available for civilian students. The course is designed to familiarize students with the organizational structure of the United States Government, United States Navy, Navy Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and the relationship to the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) process. IOSCO addresses the Logistics Supply Chain, defined as identifying, locating, ordering and tracking assets. Assists International Customers develop a process-oriented working knowledge of Department of Defense web-based logistics systems. Included in the course is material identification, catalog systems, FMS requisitioning procedures, all aspects of the Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP) and other computer and web-based tools for customer support. Course also provides a detailed overview of Acquisition Logistics, Allowance Models, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) and Inventory Control Point (ICP) operations, with a focus on weapons systems support to include study of math models for outfitting and determining allowances quantities. The course also discusses ship transfer and shipyard procedures, and specific allowance determination for the FMS customer.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07M7 11 Sep 2017 20 Oct 2017 NSCS Newport, RI NETSAFA 459-8162 (850) 452-8162
07M7 29 May 2018 10 Jul 2018 NSCS Newport, RI NETSAFA 459-8162 (850) 452-8162
07M7 10 Sep 2018 22 Oct 2018 NSCS Newport, RI NETSAFA 459-8162 (850) 452-8162
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International Officer Supply Course Travel (IOSCO-Travel)
CIN A-8B-0015 (CDP 07ML)
MASL P162017 (International students only)*

Course Description: IMS MUST BE ENROLLED IN P152011 Follow on visit to operating sites for additional seminars, briefings, and tours of logistics facilities to reinforce theory and practices learned in IOSCO Resident Coursework. Briefs and tours conducted by NAVSUP WSS, Fleet Logistics Center (FLC-Norfolk), DLA, and various supply and logistics organizations in the mid-Atlantic Area. The class will visit Naval Supply Systems Command, Weapon Systems Support - Foreign Directorate in Mechanicsburg and Philadelphia, PA to allow students to meet with subject matter experts in Navy FMS cases, Country Program Managers, Security Assistance Field Representatives, and receive briefs on current business practices of NAVSUP WSS-OF concerning FMS support. Included in the travel is a Field Studies Program visit to Washington, D.C. Students will return to Newport for graduation and departure.

Course Schedule
CDP Convene Complete Notes Location POC DSN COMM
07ML 23 Oct 2017 13 Nov 2017 NSCS Newport, RI NETSAFA 459-8162 (850) 452-8162
07ML 11 Jul 2018 31 Jul 2018 NSCS Newport, RI NETSAFA 459-8162 (850) 452-8162
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Logistics Specialist Refresher Training (LS Refresher) (MTT)
CIN A-8B-0075 (CDP 07MG)

Navy Reserve Logistics Specialist Refresher Training (LS Refresher) provides training in afloat Supply Management procedures. LS Refresher topics are presented in a fast-paced environment and cover the latest information related to major Logistics Specialist occupational standards and covers topics taught in Logistics Specialist class A and C schools.

This course is an intensive two-day supply refresher course designed for Reserve drill-weekend training, provided through a Mobile Training Team (MTT-on site). LS Refresher is a shortened version of the RESMART course and is designed for E4-E6 Reserve and Full Time Support Logistics Specialists. The first day will address supply management topics and the second day will address aviation topics as they relate to the afloat Logistics Specialist. The intent of the course is not to be a review for the LS advancement exam, but provide an overview to many supply-related topics the Logistics Specialist is expected to be familiar with in performing assigned job tasks.

Please call (401) 841-4867 or email nscs_nwpt_courseinformation@navy.mil with questions or to request an MTT.