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The Catalog of Navy Training Courses (CANTRAC) Volume II permits authorized users with a Common Access Card (CAC) the ability to search for formal Navy training course information as well as Navy E-Learning courses at https://app.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/cantrac/vol2.html. This online system provides most of your answers on what training is available and how to request a quota. The course description section of CANTRAC contains the Course Identification Number (CIN), which is composed of a Functional Commander / Skill Defense Group / Sequence Identifier (FC/SDG/SI); the purpose for and scope of training; prerequisites; skill identifier for which training is applicable; the activity name; Course Data Processing Code (CDP); personnel reporting procedures; quota control along with correlating quotas; and schedules for the course.

Call the Enterprise Customer Support Center at 1-800-537-4617 (select option 8 for NETC applications) or email Spawar.itchelpdesk@navy.mil.

Here are web links to find out more:

Naval War College - https://www.usnwc.edu/

Naval Postgraduate School - https://my.nps.edu/

U.S. Naval Academy - https://www.usna.edu

Medical (Officer and Enlisted) - Navy Medicine Education, Training and Logistics Command https://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmetc

Nuclear Propulsion (Officer and Enlisted) - Naval Nuclear Power Training Command https://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/NNPTC/

Legal (Officer and Enlisted) - Naval Justice School https://www.jag.navy.mil/njs.htm

Special Warfare (Officer and Enlisted) - Navy SEAL + SWCC Scout Team https://www.sealswcc.com/

Aviation (Officer) – Chief of Naval Air Training https://www.cnatra.navy.mil/

General Military Training (GMT) requirements and material can be viewed on My Navy Portal. Authorized users with a Common Access Card (CAC) may log in at https://my.navy.mil/, select “Professional Resources” from the top menu, and then “General Military Training (GMT).” Mandatory GMT topics that have an online option may be taken through Navy eLearning.

The Navy Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) are on My Navy Portal (MNP) and can be viewed at https://www.mnp.navy.mil under “Professional Resources.” Authorized users with a Common Access Card (CAC) may log in at https://my.navy.mil/. Download of all PQS products is restricted to Active or Reserve Navy and Coast Guard personnel only. MNP has instructions for any other U.S. government personnel or contractors on how to request a PQS or call the PQS Development Group at (757) 492-9002.

Sailors often study Navy Non-Resident Training Courses (NRTC) and Rate Training Manuals (RTM) to prepare for advancement exams or expand their rating knowledge. NRTC and RTM self-study packages are now on the Navy e-Learning (NeL) and My Navy Portal (MNP) websites. Both are CAC enabled.

Here's where to go:

Navy e-Learning – https://learning.nel.navy.mil

Formal course enrollment is required for assessments. On NeL, select the course catalog tab near the top of the page, and within the Learning Category, select “What’s New.” NRTC and RTMs are segmented by chapter, and Sailors can choose to either save or launch the chapter. After each chapter is launched and completed, the subsequent assessment is available. All NRTC/RTM individual assessments within each chapter must be accomplished in this manner to record completion.

One of the perks is NeL will grade, offer certificates, and record completions automatically, entering them into a Sailor’s Electronic Training Jacket.

My Navy Portal – https://www.mnp.navy.mil

Sailors should look under “Professional Resources,” then select “Personnel Qualifications Standards (PQS).” Downloadable PDFs provide assessment questions similar to the course completion assessment format in NeL and allow Sailors to accomplish all learning/study offline if necessary; however, credit for NRTC/RTM completion can only be accomplished now within NeL.

Contact My Navy Career Center (MNCC) Help Desk via MNP at (833) 330-MNCC or (833) 330-6662 or askmncc@navy.mil for NeL enrollment questions.

NOTE: There is no workaround to accessing online training through Navy eLearning without a CAC.

Proof of completion of older courses will have to be obtained from NTMPS/FLTMPS, the authoritative data source. Older course data was archived/retired when the system was migrated to a new learning management system.

The Fleet Training Management and Planning System (FLTMPS) website is https://ntmpsweb.ncdc.navy.mil/ but you might only be able to access your electronic training jacket (EJT). For the NTMPS Support Office, call toll free (883) 438-2898; commercial: (850) 452-1867; DSN 459-1867 or email NTMPS.SUPPORT@NAVY.MIL.

The direct NeL link of https://learning.nel.navy.mil is available 24/7 and will take Sailors directly to the “My Learning” and “Course Catalog” tabs of the NeL learning management system after logging on. Although direct access to NeL is available through the internet, a Common Access Card (CAC) is still required for NeL login.  You may also access NeL through a link on My Navy Portal (MNP) at https://my.navy.mil/ by selecting the"Professional Resources" drop-down menu, then "Navy e-learning Online Courses."

Courses on NeL have been standardized to run using the Internet Explorer browser. Navy eLearning users experiencing account or course access problems should contact Navy 311 by phone or under “Contact Help Desk” on the NeL website, you may submit a problem report or email the NAVWAR Helpdesk at NEL_HelpDesk.fct@navy.mil.

(855) NAVY-311
(855) 628-9311
Press 4, 1, 4, 3
 
 

Under the “My Learning” tab, look for it in the “My Training” section by clicking on the “Open My Training History” link.

Anyone with a CAC may access the Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command (CNRFC) Correspondence Course portal at The Navy Reserve Homeport at https://private.navyreserve.navy.mil/, which provides detailed information and points of contact under the N7 section. You may get retirement points for completing courses on the approved Assistant Secretary of the Navy list hosted at the above link. Every fiscal year, CNRFC routes the recommended courses for review and approval through the Assistant Secretary of the Navy office. The process for both SELRES and IRR are outlined on the portal page. For SELRES it involves a special request chit routed through chain of command with the understanding that the course may or may not result in retirement points. Upon completion, the member routes the certificate to their training department and the NOSC makes the entry into NSIPS. The instructions that address retirement points for on-line training programs are DoDI 1215.21 and DoDI 1215.07. More detail provided on portal.
NOTE: There is no workaround to accessing online training through Navy eLearning without a CaC.

 
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