Hospital Corpsman (HM)

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Hospital Corpsman
(HM)
RATING
ROADMAP
April 2013
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CAREER ROADMAP
Seaman Recruit to Master Chief Roadmaps
The career roadmap below will assist Sailors in the Hospital Corpsman (HM) community through
the process of pursuing professional development and advanced education using various military and
civilian resources e.g. PQS program; SMART Transcript; NKO (E-Learning); Navy College; etc.
Successful leadership is the key to military readiness and will always require a high degree of technical
skill, professional knowledge, and intellectual development.
What is a Career Roadmap for HM?
HM roadmaps are just what the name implies – a roadmap through the Enlisted Learning and
Development Continuum from Hospital Recruit (HR) through Hospital Corpsman Master Chief
(HMCM). The principal focus is to standardize a program Navy-wide by featuring the existing skills of
HM necessary to be successful in the Navy. The ultimate goal of a roadmap is to produce a functional
and competent HM.
What is the Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum?
Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum is the formal title given to the curriculum and
process building on the foundation of Sailorization beginning in our Delayed Entry Program through
Recruit Training Command and throughout your entire career. The continuum combines skill training,
professional education, well-rounded assignments, and voluntary education. As you progress through
your career, early-on skill training diminishes while professional military education gradually
increases. Experience is the ever-present constant determining the rate at which a Sailor trades skill
training for professional development.
Do Sailors have to follow the Roadmap?
Yes. The HM roadmap includes the four areas encompassed by the Continuum in Professional
Military Education to include; Navy Professional Military Education, Joint Professional Education,
Leadership and Advanced Education.
Some training and education is mandatory (Recruit Training, HM “A” School at Hospital Corps
School, NKO (E-Learning, etc…). Some may be directed by your chain of command (Microsoft Excel
and PowerPoint courses), and the remainder is voluntary (NKO, E-Learning, college courses, etc.).
Sailors are advised to seek out mentors, including your Command Master Chief, Senior Enlisted
Advisor, Leading Chief Petty Officer, Leading Petty Officer and Command Career Counselor, and to
make use of your Base Navy College or Education Office vast resources. All are uniquely qualified to
help you along the way.
HM CAREER PATH
Hospital Corpsmen (HM) assist health care professionals in providing medical and dental care to Navy and Marine Corps
personnel and their families and perform other duties that aid in the prevention and treatment of disease and injury. They may
function as clinical or specialty technicians, medical administrative personnel, and health care providers at medical treatment
facilities. They may also serve as battlefield corpsmen with the Marine Corps, rendering emergency medical treatment to include
initial treatment in a combat environment. Qualified HMs may be assigned the responsibility of independent duty aboard ships
and submarines; Fleet Marine Force, Special Forces, Seabee units, and isolated duty stations where no medical officer is available.
YEARS OF
CAREER
AVERAGE
COMMISSIONING
SEA/SHORE TYPICAL CAREER PATH
SERVICE
MILESTONES TIME TO
OR OTHER SPECIAL FLOW
DEVELOPMENT
PROMOTE
PROGRAMS
Follow on Shore Tours (36 Mos.)
26-30
HMCM
22.4 Yrs
CMC
36
23-26
HMCM
HMCS
22.4 Yrs
19
Command Senior
Chief/CMC
36
36
20-23
HMCM
HMCS
HMC
22.4 Yrs
19
16.8
Command Senior
Chief/CMC
36
36
36
16-20
HMCS
HMC
HM1
19 Yrs
16.8
10.7
HMCS
HMC
HM1
19 Yrs
16.8
10.7
36
36
36
16.8 Yrs
10.7
5.6
36
36
36
12-16
8-12
HMC
HM1
HM2
OCS, MSC(IPP), MECP
36
36
36
Billet: CMDCM/CMC/ SEA
Forces Command/
NPC/BUPERS/ Echelon III Staff
Duty
Duty: Any Command
Follow on Shore or Sea Tour (if
available) (36 Mos.)
Billet: SEA/Command
Chief/Senior Chief/Master Chief/
Fleet Forces Command/ Echelon
III Staff Duty/ NPC/BUPERS
Duty: Any Command
Follow on Shore or Sea Tours ( if
available) (36 Mos.)
Billet: Independent Duty
Corpsman/SEA/some NEC
billets.
Duty: Shipboard/ MTF/Seabee
Unit/ NPC/BUPERS
Qualifications: Any warfare
device
5th Sea/ Shore Tour (36 Mos.)
Billet: Dept LCPO/LPO/ CCC/
Command Chief/ SEA/ some
NEC’s at E6/E7/E8 level. Duty:
NRRC/ Instructor/NPC/BUPERS/
BUMED/MTF
Qualifications: Any warfare
device
4th Sea/shore Tour (36 Mos.)
Billet: Independent Duty
Corpsman/ Technician/CCC
Duty: Squadron/ Ship/FMF
NPC/BUPERS
Qualifications: Any warfare
device
3rd Shore/Sea Tour (36 Mos.)
Billet: General Duty HM/ Tech/
Independent duty / Instructor
Duty: NRC/ NMCRC/ Fleet
Marine Force/ MTF
Qualifications: Any warfare
device
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YEARS OF
SERVICE
CAREER
MILESTONES
4-8
HM1
HM2
HM3
AVERAGE
TIME TO
PROMOTE
10.7 Yrs
5.6
3.2
1-4
HM2
HM3
HN
HA
5.6 Yrs
3.2
1.2
.8
1+/-
Accession
Training, HA,
HN, or HM3
6 Months
COMMISSIONING
OR OTHER SPECIAL
PROGRAMS
MSC (IPP), MECP,
STA-21
SEA/SHORE
FLOW
TYPICAL CAREER PATH
DEVELOPMENT
36
36
36
2nd Sea or Shore Tour (36 Mos.)
Billet: General Duty HM or Tech
Duty: Ship/Squadron/Fleet
Marine Force, Seabees. MTF for
shore duty.
Attend “C” School such as IDC
or other critical NEC.
Qualifications: Any warfare
device
1st Sea Tour (36 Mos.)
Billet: Marine Corps Unit after
FMF training, ship/overseas/
Seabee unit
1st Shore Tour (24 Mos.)
Billet: General Duty HM or Tech
if pipelined to NEC.
Duty: MTF, NMCRC.
Attend “C” School
Qualifications: Any warfare
device
Recruit Training; HM/HMDA
“A” School, FMTB (Camp
Lejuene/ Camp Pendleton).
Pipelined to journeyman Cschools.
36
36
Naval Academy,
NROTC, BOOST,
MECP, STA 21
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Notes:
1. Sea Shore Flow is 36/36. The HM rating is shore centric. However, there is ample opportunity for Sailors to move
into sea centric/operational NECs that allow for more sea duty opportunity and enable the Sailor to maintain a 36/36
rotation. HM rating promotes as a rate, not by NEC.
2.
HMs should earn journyman NECs (i.e. LAB, Xray, PHARM, RT, CVT, OPT, SURG, ORTHO, PT, NUCMED,
RADHLT, OT, HISTO, CYTO, GU, DMT, Dental Lab B, Dental Hygiene) early in a career and transition to senior
or master NECs (i.e. IDC) as their career progresses.
3.
HMs have opportunities to qualify for multiple warfare designations, and when assigned to platforms and units at
which they are eligible to earn these qualification, are required to do so as designated by the warfare program
instruction. Examples of qualifications HMs could earn are Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS), Enlisted
Aviation Warfare Specialist Insignia (EAWS), Submarine (SS), Aircrew Insignia (AC), Special Warfare
Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC), Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist Insignia (SCWS), Fleet Marine Force
(FMF), and Expeditionary Warfare Specialist (EXW). Operational experience is important. FMF ribbon counts but
if they return back to USMC, they need to have qualified for the pin.
4.
MTS should be given consideration, but does not carry the same weight as warfare qualification.
5.
HSAP/IA/GSA deployments or Humanitarian Relief/Disaster Relief (HR/DR) missions should be considered, but
those alone should not outweigh 36 months of sea duty (type 2 and 4 duty).
6.
Special Duty - White House, Camp David, Detailing, Enlisted Community Management, Headquarters Staff duty
(OPNAV/HQMC/BUMED, etc). Recruit Company Commander, Instructor duty at HM “A”, FMTB (FMSS) are
also very challenging.
7.
Completion of the Senior Enlisted Academy and Enlisted Medical Department Executive Course should be
considered, but not everyone is afforded the opportunity to attend.
HM and HMDA accessions are 5YO. Basic Dental is not a C school, it is an accession program..
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HOSPITAL CORPSMAN PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS (HM1)
JOURNEYMAN LEVEL
NAME_____________________________________
SKILL TRAINING
(Schools, courses and assignments directly related to occupation)
REQUIRED SKILL TRAINING
Course Title
Hospital Corpsman Basic
Dental Assistant
HMSB
ExMed. - Combat related field skills
ExMed. - Non-Combat related field skills
ExMed. - Patient Movement
ExMed. - Shipboard Operations
ExMed. - Tactical Combat Casualty Care
*Enlisted Warfare Qualification
*Required if afforded the opportunity
Course Location
CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Fort Sam Houston, TX
Fort Sam Houston, TX
Local CMD
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
B-300-0010
B-300-3300
96 days
40 days
NMEMCRFS061
NMEMNCRFS061
NMEMPATMOV061
NMEMSHIPOP061
NM-10-EMTCCC-2.0
8h
4h
2h
4h
1h
RECOMMENDED SKILL TRAINING
Course Title
Course Location
Hospital Corpsman Rate Training Manual
FMTB
TCCC-S
Sickcall Screener Course
*Cold Weather Medicine
* Mountain Medicine
*Surface Force Medical Indoc
*MRRS + SAMS
*Field Mgmt. of Chem & Bio Casualties
Course
Navy Advancement Center
FMTB East/West
CA/FL/IL/VA/WA
Local CMD training
NOMI Pensacola
NOMI Pensacola MMED
CA/VA/Japan
SPAWAR
NOMI Pensacola or
USAMRICD Aberdeen Md
Fleet Hospital I & O
Fleet Hospital Field Training
AV/Hearing Acuity
Local Fleet Hospital
NOMI/ NEMTI
EPMU
CA/FL/NC/VA/WA
Japan/Cuba
IL/LA/Japan/Various
Locations
*DMLSS inventory mgmt
Industrial Noise Safety Manager
CIN/CSE/ACE ID
Course
Length
NAVEDTRA 14295B
B-300-0013
B-300-4010
54 days
3 days
B-300-0036
B-300-0023
B-300-1000
16 days
18 days
5 days
B-6H-3001 or
5 days
Date
Completed
Date
Completed
6H-F37/300-F31 (School
codes 879)
B-300-2404
B-300-0140
NAVMEDLOGCOM
non-Cantrac
A-493-0092
8 days
5 days
1 day
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NKO E-Learning
NMETC-AMD-010
NMETC-AMD-020
NMETC-AMD-030
Clinic MGMT Course
NMPDC Local CMD
B-6I-2200
4 days
*POMI Course
*Intro to Expeditionary Logistics
*Transportation Hazardous Materials
NMPDC Bethesda, MD
NSCS Newport, RI
NSCS Newport, RI
Lejeune NC/Pendleton CA
B-6I-2310
A-8B-0055
A-822-0012
MC Training Team
non-Cantrac
19 days
Advanced Medical Department Enlisted
Course (AMDEC)
*Combat Skills
12 days
12 days
* Billet specific
NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION CODE (NEC) OPPORTUNITIES
NEC/Course Title
Course Location
CIN/CSE
ID
B-300-0001
B-300-2403
Course
Length
365 days
138 days
B-300-0013
54 days
8407 Radiation Health Technician E1-E6
8409 Aerospace Physiology Technician E4-E6
8416 Nuclear Medicine Technologist E4-E6 (Phase 1)
E4-E7 (Phase 2)
Camp Lejeune, NC or
Camp Pendleton, CA
Groton, CT
Pensacola, FL
Ft. Sam Houston, TX
(PH1)
B-322-0010
B-305-0011
B-311-0015
68 days
33 days
141 days
(PH1)
B-311-0016
8425 Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E7
8432 Preventive Medicine Technician E1-E6
8434 Hemodialysis Technician E4-E6
8467 Occupational Therapy Assistant E4-E6
8446 Otolaryngology (ENT) E3-E6
8493 Medical Deep Sea Diving Technician E1-E6
8494 Deep Sea Diving Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E7
8496 Mortician E3-E7
San Diego, CA or
Portsmouth, VA (PH2)
San Diego, CA
Ft. Sam Houston, TX
Portsmouth, VA
Ft. Sam Houston, TX
OJT
Panama City, FL
San Diego, CA
N/A
225 days
(PH2)
348 days
164 days
96 days
229 days
8402 Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsman E5-E7
8403 Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Independent Duty
Corpsman E5-E7
8404 Field Medical Service Technician E1-E9
8503 Histopathology Technician E3-E6
8708 Dental Hygienist E3-E6 (with less than 12yrs TIS)
8753 Dental Laboratory Technician, Advanced E4-E6
8765 Dental Laboratory Technician, Maxillofacial E4-E7
9502 Navy Instructor Training Course (NITC)
9588 Command Career Counselor E-6
Groton, CT
Ft. Bragg, NC
Ft. Sam Houston, TX
Pensacola, FL or
Jacksonville, NC
Ft. Sam Houston, TX
Bethesda, MD
San Diego, CA
Virginia Beach, VA
Pensacola, FL
Great Lakes, IL
Kings Bay, GA
Bangor, WA
Groton, CT
Pearl Harbor, HI
Norfolk, VA
San Diego, CA
B-300-0019
B-322-0012
B-311-0123
B-303-0152
A-433-0020
B-300-0022
State
License
B-311-0039
B-330-0038
123 days
348 days
N/A
B-331-0017
B-331-0018
A-012-0077
234 days
166 days
19 days
A-501-0011
26 days
Date
Completed
250 days
730 days
**Many NEC’s have prerequisites to apply. Some schools will waiver pay grade restrictions on a case by case basis. Some
Schools accept “pipeline” students directly from Hospital Corpsman Basic. School details can be found on the CANTRAC.
Some NEC’s are dropped after being advanced to E7/8/9. Be sure to discuss your intentions with your CCC and COC.
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JOB DESCRIPTION
Hospital Corpsman (HM)
Hosptial Corpsman (HM) in paygrade E6 (Hospital Corpsman First Class/HM1), able to perform the duties required for
HM2; assists in command medical readiness, health and safety inspection, relationship building, and staff management.
Specific tasks include screening active duty medical records and data for overseas and sea duty assignment suitability;
updating medical and dental readiness reports; determining medical workspace problems to prevent adverse results; ordering
medical supplies and equipment; advising medical or dental facilities of requirements for appointments including specialty
consults, x-rays, and laboratory work; coordinating training for medical personnel and first responder crew; conducting
trauma training to match field or fleet requirements; and operating shipboard battle dressing or battalion aid stations.
RECOMMENDED BILLET ASSIGNMENTS
As the Navy’s largest rating, Hospital Corpsman (HM) are exposed to a wide range of diverse training and Navy Enlisted
Classification (NEC) opportunities. Whether stationed at a deployable unit or Medical Treatment Facility (MTF), they have
opportunities to perform a significant role as part of a larger team. Regardless of duty station, they are expected to be relied
upon more by junior personnel acting as both mentor and trainer, while simultaneously being held to a higher standard of
technical expertise by seniors. If an Enlisted Warfare designation has not yet been earned, every effort should be made to
choose orders that will provide the greatest opportunity to qualify for a warfare device. As a Senior Hospital Corpsman, now
is the time to seek challenging and diverse assignments that maintain your sea/shore rotation while also developing your
leadership skills and abilities. Challenging sea rotations include shipboard duty, Fleet Marine Force, Seabees, Fleet Surgical
Teams, and various Navy Expeditionary Combat Command duties. Demanding Shore duty rotational billets include
instructor duty, Major Medical Treatment Facilities, Inspector & Instructor (I&I) duty and various overseas assignments.
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PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (Completed at reporting 30 day Career Development Board)
Command Address: _____________________________________________ QD Phone Number: _____________________
Division Officer: _______________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________
Leading Chief Petty Officer: ______________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________
Leading Petty Officer: ___________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________
Sponsor/Mentor: _______________________________________________ Phone Number: ________________________
Depart/Division Career Counselor: ________________________________
Phone Number: ________________________
ADSD: _________ REPORT DATE: __________ EAOS: ___________ PRD: _________
PAYGRADE E6 (3 Years time in service required to be eligible for advancement to E-7)
SEA / SHORE: _____/____
Date Advanced: _________ Eligible Advancement Date: _______ Number of times up: ________ HYT Date: ___________
Security Clearance Level: ________________ Date Last updated: _______________ Command INDOC complete: _______
CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS: Use OPNAVINST 1040.11(ser) & Career Counselor Handbook NAVPERS 15878
Reason for Convening/Discussion Items: (Upon completion update (CIMS) Career Information Management System)
Reporting (within 30 days for active duty or three drill weekends for SELRES) (Date Conducted): ____________
6 Month: ____________ 12 Month: ____________ 24 Month: ___________36 Month: _________48 Month: ____________
60 Month: ___________ CPO 365:__________ Special Program: ___________ Member Request: ____________________
Non-Select E7: _____________
HYT 24 months (Date): __________ HYT 12 months (Date): __________ HYT Waiver Date: _______Approve/Disapprove
PTS 15 months to EAOS: __________ PTS 3rd roll over not approved: __________ CMS/ID 10 months to PRD: _________
Rating Conversion: _________ Navy Formal Training Schools Request (“A”/”C”etc): _________
Transfer: _____________ Early Separation: ____________ Fleet Reserve Retirement Options: ______________
Physical Fitness Tests 1st Failure: _____________ 2nd Failure: _____________ 3rd Failure: _____________
Career Status Bonus (election message received):_____________
Advancement Center: Visit NKO Navy Advancement page located under the Career Management Tab
(Items to collect/discuss: Bibliography for Advancement, Enlisted Advancement Exam Strategy Guide, Profile Sheets)
Selection Board Ineligible/Non Select: __________ Standard Score 40 or less/failed: ____________
Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application & Administration Manual OPNAVINST 1420.1(series):
Commissioning Programs Applications (General Information/Requirements): ______________
Seaman to Admiral 21 (STA-21): ______________ Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program (MECP): ______________
Medical Service Corps Inservice Procurement: ______________ Officer Candidate School: ______________
Naval Academy: ___________ Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS): __________ Limited Duty Officer: ________
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SELECTION BOARD CHECK LIST FOR E6 PROMOTION TO CPO
Step 1 – Review your Official Record to see what documentation, qualifications, etc. may be missing or requiring an update.
This should be accomplished every six months after promotion to Second Class. However, it is imperative that this is
accomplished six months prior to a selection board. Check the following three major sections to verify your Official Record:
1) BUPERS Online BUPERS Online (https://www.bol.navy.mil) is your main tool for board preparation and helps you to be
proactive in making the most of your promotion opportunity. You should review your;
Official Military Personnel File (OMPF): All active duty and reserve personnel having a BOL account, a CAC (with
appropriate certificates) and a CAC-enabled computer can now view their OMPF online by selecting the OMPF option on the
BOL main menu page. This is the preferred method of obtaining OMPF information to eliminate the unnecessary time-lags
caused by waiting days or weeks to receive a requested CD ROM.
2) If Deployed: Click on “Request Record on CD” to order your Official Military Personnel File (OMPF). This must be
accomplished four to six months before a board convenes, which will allow time for delivery and updating of your record if
required.
3) Check your Performance Summary Record (PSR) and Enlisted Summary Record (ESR) on https://www.bol.navy.mil
click on “ODC, OSR, PSR, ESR” link
4) Electronic Service Record (ESR) Self-Service ESR: This can be viewed at (https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil) or on the Navy
Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) ESR server onboard ship.
5) Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ) Log-on to Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) and review your entire ETJ making sure
that each section is correct. If not click on "Data Problems" on bottom of each page which will guide you on how to make
corrections or updates.
Step 2 – Submit appropriate missing documents to be incorporated into your record as required.
Step 3 – Submit appropriate missing documents to the selection board.
1) Selection board packages provide candidates the opportunity to submit any documents missing from the sections of their
records which are viewed by the selection boards. MILPERSMAN 1070-080 specifies which documents from the enlisted
permanent personnel record are provided to the selection board for review. Any documents the member has verified as
missing from those sections of their permanent personnel record may be submitted as a selection board package.
2) For submissions directly to the board and for those circumstances where the eligible candidate cannot get their official
record updated and confirmed prior to the selection board convening date:
3) All correspondence should be on plain white paper for readability; (no paper clips, staples, binders, folders, or tabs) and
submitted under cover letter to the president of the board. Candidates must verify the correct subject line and board number
(see below) is on their cover letters to ensure their packages appear before the proper board.
4) Correspondence must include your Full name and SSN, must be affixed and legible on all documents submitted, and must
be received not later than that date listed in the associated NAVADMIN and addressed to:
E7 Selection board mailing addresses:
For Regular Mail
NAVY PERSONNEL COMMAND CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER
FY## (Active or Reserve) ENLISTED SELECTION BOARD ### (Active = 360 / SELRES = 335 / FTS = 336)
5720 INTEGRITY DRIVE
MILLINGTON TN 38055
Selection board correspondence and/or selection board package may now be electronically transmitted/sent to selection
boards by e-mailing to the following link: [email protected] Follow all previous formatting guidelines as
described above and scan/e-mail packages via encrypted e-mail with digital signature by date prescribed in associated
NAVADMIN.
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(Use of special handling mail (certified or registered) is not advised due to significant delays in handling.)
5) Ensure official record reflects any individual augmentation mission (awards, evals, NEC, etc).
6) Check (http://www.npc.navy.mil/Boards/ActiveDutyEnlisted/GeneralInformation.htm) to verify that the selection board
has received your correspondence (if sent).
NOTE: It is highly recommended that if corrections or updates are made, review your OMPF, or if deployed, reorder your CD-Rom to confirm changes. (NOTE: Please allow 60 days for changes to take effect)
Step 4 - After reviewing your service record - such as evaluations, awards, qualifications, etc. - start reviewing what you can
do to improve yourself, such as:
1) Request a Career Development Board (CDB) through your chain of command.
2) Take a good, hard look at the type of Collateral Duties you are assigned. Review your command collateral duties
instruction and talk with your COC and / or appear before the CDB. Take the tough command duties that provide the most
involvement in the command as a whole and that have direct sailor support.
3) Review your current level of education to see how far along you are in earning a college degree and pursue non-resident
Navy courses to expand your level of knowledge. Complete the Navy e-Learning courses on NKO that are recommended
in this document.
4) Check out OTHER Learning Opportunities to add to your service record, such as the CANTRAC Volume I (Training
Facilities) and CANTRAC Volume II (Course Descriptions). NKO at Learning > Learning Opportunities
Step 5 - Review qualifications that your rating values or requires for advancement and create a plan to earn these important
pieces in the professional growth and advancement puzzle. Read the applicable NAVADMIN for additional dates and
information, and review previous selection board precepts.
Step 6 - Prepare for the next CPO Advancement Exam cycle in January for Active Duty & February for Reserves as soon as
the Bibliography References are posted six months prior in July. Use the Navy Advancement Center info and website listed
above in the advancement section.
Step 7- CPO365 Phase I & II: See your Chief to obtain the current CPO365 Development Guide (CPODG)
Phase 1: Begins September 17 and concludes when the NAVADMIN announcing CPO selection is released. It is used to
build the foundation in the year-round training cycle. This phase sparks the teamwork and initial training to engage the
FCPOs on their road to becoming Chief Petty Officers. All FCPOs will participate throughout Phase 1, regardless of whether
they are board-eligible or not.
Phase 2: Begins when the NAVADMIN announcing CPO selection is released and is designed as the final training period to
prepare Selectees for entry into the Chiefs’ Mess. This phase culminates with the Final Test on the night before, followed by
a pinning ceremony on the morning after. All FCPOs will participate throughout Phase 2, although there will be instances
where CPO Selectees conduct separate sessions (specific events to be determined by Command Master Chiefs)
**Review Advancement Manual (BUPERSINST 1430.16F) Chapter 12
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QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sea/Shore General Qualifications
Report Date
Watch Standing Qualifications
Ship Board Fire Fighting
Aviation Fire Fighting
General Damage Control
Advanced Damage Control
3M 301 Maintenance Person
3M 302 Repair Parts/Supply Petty Officer (RPPO)
3M 303 Work Center Supervisor (WCS)
3M 305 Departmental Maintenance and Material
Management (3M) Assistant
DC 301 Basic Damage Control (DC)
Communications
DC 302 Basic First-Aid
DC 303 Basic Firefighting
DC 304 Fire Watch Stander
DC 305 Basic Chemical, Biological, and
Radiological (CBR) Defense
DC 306 Basic Damage Control (DC)
DC 307 Advanced Damage Control (DC)
DC 308 Team Leader
DC 309 Advanced Chemical, Biological, and
Radiological (CBR) Defense Person
DC 310 Advanced First-Aid/Stretcher Bearer
DC 313 Scene Leader
DC 318 Repair Party Leader
DC 320 Damage Control Training Team (DCTT)
Member
Medical Training Team (MTT) Trainer/Evaluator
Medical Training Team (MTT) Team Coordinator
Medical Training Team (MTT) Team Leader
Integrated Training Team (ITT)
Messenger of the Watch (MOOW)
Petty Officer of the Watch (POOW)
Duty Section, Section Leader
Officer of the Deck (OOD) In-port
Flight Deck Observer (required for AW
qualification)
Personal Qualifications Standard
Completion Date (If qualification is not required
place N/A in this Block)
Mandatory warfare qualification for enlisted Sailors assigned to designated warfare qualifying commands:
Warfare qualification programs
Report Date
Completion Date (If qualification is not required
place N/A in this Block)
Aviation Warfare Specialist
Expeditionary Warfare
Fleet Marine Forces
Information Dominance Warfare Specialist
SEABEE Combat Warfare
Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman
Submarine Specialist
Surface Warfare Specialist
*Required if afforded the opportunity
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Rate Specific/Department Qualifications (Add)
Report Date
Completion Date (If qualification is not required
place N/A in this Block)
Medical Department JQR/PQS
CERTIFICATIONS
The following post military occupations are similar to the HM-Hospital Corpsman Rating. For more information about these
occupations, visit NAVY COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil.
Occupation (Civilian Employer)
Audio and Video Equipment Technicians
Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers
Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians
Commercial Divers
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Laboratory Technicians
Embalmers
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics
Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health
Film and Video Editors
Funeral Attendants
Funeral Service Managers
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical and Health Services Managers
Medical Assistants
Medical Equipment Preparers
Medical Equipment Repairers
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians
Neurodiagnostic Technologists
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Nursing Assistants
Occupational Health and Safety Specialists
Occupational Health and Safety Technicians
Occupational Therapy Aides
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Occupational Therapy Assistants
Opticians, Dispensing
Orderlies
Pharmacy Technicians
Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators
Physical Therapist Aides
Physical Therapist Assistants
Physician Assistants
Psychiatric Technicians
Radiation Therapists
Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary
Respiratory Therapy Technicians
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
Skincare Specialists
Surgical Technologists
Occupation (Federal Employer)
0018 - Safety and Occupational Health Management Series
0101 - Social Science Series
0102 - Social Science Aid and Technician Series
0180 - Psychology Series
0181 - Psychology Aid and Technician Series
0405 - Pharmacology Series
0601 - General Health Science Series
0603 - Physician Assistant Series
0610 - Nurse Series
0621 - Nursing Assistant Series
0622 - Medical Supply Aide and Technician Series
0625 - Autopsy Assistant Series
0630 - Dietitian and Nutritionist Series
0631 - Occupational Therapist Series
0633 - Physical Therapist Series
0635 - Kinesiotherapy Series
0636 - Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant Series
0638 - Recreation/Creative Arts Therapist Series
0639 - Educational Therapist Series
0640 - Health Aid and Technician Series
0642 - Nuclear Medicine Technician Series
0644 - Medical Technologist Series
0645 - Medical Technician Series
0646 - Pathology Technician Series
0647 - Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist Series
0648 - Therapeutic Radiologic Technologist Series
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0650 - Medical Technical Assistant Series
0651 - Respiratory Therapist Series
0661 - Pharmacy Technician Series
0667 - Orthotist and Prosthetist Series
0668 - Podiatrist Series
0669 - Medical Records Administration Series
0670 - Health System Administration Series
0671 - Health System Specialist Series
0675 - Medical Records Technician Series
0679 - Medical Support Assistance Series
0680 - Dental Officer Series
0681 - Dental Assistant Series
0682 - Dental Hygiene Series
0683 - Dental Laboratory Aid and Technician Series
0685 - Public Health Program Specialist Series
0690 - Industrial Hygiene Series
3511 - Laboratory Working
Navy COOL: The following certifications and licenses are applicable to the HM rating. They may require additional
education, training or experience.
Target
paygrade
Certifying Agency Web Site
Credential Title
E5
American Academy of Medical Administrators
(AAMA)
Credentialed Member, American Academy of
Medical Administrators (CAAMA)
E3
American Association of Electrodiagnostic
Technologists
Registered Nerve Conduction Study Technologist
(R.NCS.T.)
E3
American Association of Psychiatric Technicians,
Nationally Certified Psychiatric Technician 1
Inc.
E4
American Association of Psychiatric Technicians,
Nationally Certified Psychiatric Technician 2
Inc.
E4
American Board for Certification in Homeland
Security (ABCHS)
Certified in Disaster Preparedness (CDP-I)
E4
American Board for Certification in Homeland
Security (ABCHS)
Certified in Homeland Security Level I, II, & III
(CHS-I, II, & III)
E5
American Board for Certification in Homeland
Security (ABCHS)
Certified in Homeland Security Level IV (CHS-IV)
E5
American Board for Certification in Homeland
Security (ABCHS)
Certified in Homeland Security Level V (CHS-V)
E5
American Board for Certification in Homeland
Security (ABCHS)
Sensitive Security Information, Certified (SSI)
E3
American Board of Opticianry (ABO)/National
Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE)
Contact Lens Registry Exam (CLRE)
E3
American Board of Opticianry (ABO)/National
Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE)
National Opticianry Competency Exam (NOCE)
E3
American Board of Registration of
Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential
Technologists (ABRET)
Registered Electroencephalographic Technologist
(R. EEG T.)
Completion
date
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E3
American Board of Registration of
Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential
Technologists (ABRET)
Registered Evoked Potential Technician (R.EP T.)
E3
American College of Sports Medicine
ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist
E3
American College of Sports Medicine
ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist
E5
American Health Information Management
Association (AHIMA)
Certified Coding Associate (CCA)
E3
American Medical Certification Association
Clinical Medical and Administrative Assistant
Certification
E3
American Medical Certification Association
Clinical Medical Assistants Certification
E3
American Medical Certification Association
EKG technician Certification
E3
American Medical Certification Association
Medical Administrative Assistant Certification
E3
American Medical Certification Association
Mental Health Technician Certification
E3
American Medical Certification Association
Patient Care Technician Certification
E3
American Medical Certification Association
Phlebotomy Technician Certification
E3
American Medical Certification Association
Phlebotomy/EKG Technician Certification
E3
American Medical Technologists
Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT)
E3
American Medical Technologists
Registered Dental Assistant (RDA)
E3
American Medical Technologists
Registered Medical Assistant (RMA)
E3
American Medical Technologists
Registered Phlebotomy Technician (RPT)
E3
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (Adult
Echocardiography) (RDCS-AE)
E3
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer
(Pediatric Echocardiography) (RDCS-PE)
E4
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
(Abdomen) (RDMS-A)
E4
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Obstetrics and Gynecology (RDMS-OB/GYN)
E4
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
(ARRT)
Computed Tomography
E6
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
(ARRT)
Mammography
E4
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
(ARRT)
Nuclear Medicine Technology (RT(N))
E4
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
(ARRT)
Quality Management
E4
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
(ARRT)
Radiation Therapy
E4
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
(ARRT)
Radiography (RT(R))
E6
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
(ARRT)
Sonography
E4
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
Cytotechnologist, CT(ASCP)
E4
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
Histotechnician, HT(ASCP)
E4
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
Histotechnologist, HTL(ASCP)
E4
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
Medical Laboratory Technician, MLT(ASCP)
E4
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
Phlebotomy Technician, PBT(ASCP)
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E4
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
Specialist in Cytotechnology, SCT(ASCP)
E4
American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc.
Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Personnel
(IRRSP)
E4
American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc.
Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Personnel
(IRRSP) - X-Ray
E4
Association for the Advancement of Medical
Instrumentation (AAMI)
Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician (CBET)
E4
Association for the Advancement of Medical
Instrumentation (AAMI)
Certified Laboratory Equipment Specialist (CLES)
E4
Association for the Advancement of Medical
Instrumentation (AAMI)
Certified Radiology Equipment Specialist
E3
Association of Diving Contractors International
(ADCI)
Entry Level Tender/Diver
E3
Association of Diving Contractors International
(ADCI)
Surface-supplied Air Diver
E5
Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)
Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
E3
Board of Nephrology Examiners - Nursing and
Technology
Certified Hemodialysis Nurse (CHN)
E3
Board of Nephrology Examiners - Nursing and
Technology
Certified Hemodialysis Technician (CHT)
E4
Board of Pharmacy Specialties
Board Certified Pharmacist
E4
Board of Registered Polysomnographic
Technologists (BRPT)
Registered Polysomnographic Technologist
(RPSGT)
E4
Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Certified Cardiographic Technician (CCT)
E3
Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Certified Rhythm Analysis Technician (CRAT)
E4
Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist
(RCES)
E4
Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Registered Cardiac Sonographer (RCS)
E4
Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist
(RCIS)
E4
Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS)
E4
Certification Board for Sterile Processing and
Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD)
Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution
Flexible Endoscope Reprocessor
E4
Certification Board for Sterile Processing and
Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD)
Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution
Surgical Instrument Processor
E4
Certification Board for Sterile Processing and
Distribution, Inc. (CBSPD)
Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution
Technician (SPDT)
E4
Certification Board for Urologic Nurses and
Associates
Certified Urologic Associate
E3
Certified Environmental, Safety & Health Trainer Certified Environmental, Safety & Health Trainer
(CET) Board of Certification
(CET)
E3
Commission on Paraoptometric Certification
(AOA)
Certified Paraoptometric
E3
Computing Technology Industry Association
(CompTIA)
CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+)
E3
Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing
Occupational Hearing Conservationist (OHC)
Conservation
E3
Dental Assisting National Board
Certified Dental Assistant (CDA)
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E4
Electronics Technicians Association, International
Associate Electronics Technician (CETa)
(ETA-I)
E4
Electronics Technicians Association, International
Biomedical Electronics Technician (BMD)
(ETA-I)
E4
Electronics Technicians Association, International
Biomedical Imaging Equipment Technician (BIET)
(ETA-I)
E6
Institute for Safety and Health Management
Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM)
E4
International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners
(IBHRE)
Certification Examination for Competency in
Cardiac Electrophysiology for the Allied
Professional
E4
International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners
(IBHRE)
Certification Examination for Competency in
Cardiac Rhythm Device Therapy for the Allied
Professional
E3
International Society of Certified Electronics
Technicians (ISCET)
Certified Electronics Technician - Associate-Level
E3
International Society of Certified Electronics
Technicians (ISCET)
Certified Electronics Technician - JourneymanLevel - Medical
E4
Joint Commission on National Dental
Examinations (JCNDE)
National Board Dental Examination - Part I
E4
Joint Commission on National Dental
Examinations (JCNDE)
National Board Dental Hygiene Exam (NBDHE)
E3
Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board
Certified Medical Dosimetrist
E3
National Asthma Educator Certification board
(NAECB)
Certified Asthma Educator (AE-C)
E3
National Board for Certification in Dental
Laboratory Technology (NBC)
Certified Dental Technician (CDT)
E3
National Board for Certification in Occupational
Therapy, Inc.
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
E3
National Board for Certification in Occupational
Therapy, Inc.
Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR)
E3
National Board for Certification of Orthopaedic
Technologists
Orthopaedic Technologist - Certified (OTC)
E3
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC)
Adult Critical Care Specialty Examination
E3
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC)
Certified Pulmonary Function Technologist (CPFT)
E3
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC)
Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT)
E3
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC)
Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT)
E3
National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical
Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT)
Technology
E3
National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical
Diving Medical Technician (DMT)
Technology
E3
National Board of Surgical Technology and
Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA)
E3
National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) National Certified Phlebotomy Technician (NCPT)
E3
National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. National Council Licensure Examination for
(NCSBN)
Practical/Vocational Nurses (NCLEX-PN)
E6
National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. National Council Licensure Examination for
Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN)
(NCSBN)
E3
National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. National Nurse Aide Assessment Program
(NCSBN)
(NNAAP)
Certified Surgical Technologist (CST)
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E3
National Environmental Health Association
(NEHA)
Certified Environmental Health Technician (CEHT)
E3
National Environmental Health Association
(NEHA)
Certified Professional - Food Safety (CP-FS)
E3
National Environmental Health Association
(NEHA)
Healthy Homes Specialist
E3
National Environmental Health Association
(NEHA)
Registered Environmental Health
Specialist/Registered Sanitarian
E3
National Environmental Health Association
(NEHA)
Registered Environmental Technician (RET)
E4
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS)
E3
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
E3
National Healthcareer Association
Certified EKG Technician (CET)
E4
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist
(CEHRS)
E3
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA)
E3
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Medical Laboratory Assistant (CMLA)
E3
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Operating Room/Surgical Technician
(CORST)
E3
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Patient Care Technician/Associate/Nurse
Technician (CPCT/CPCA/CNT)
E3
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)
E3
National Healthcareer Association
Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
E3
National Phlebotomy Association (NPA)
Certified Phlebotomist Technologist (CPT)
E3
National Registry of Emergency Medical
Technicians (NREMT)
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic
E3
National Registry of Emergency Medical
Technicians (NREMT)
Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate/99
E4
National Registry of Emergency Medical
Technicians (NREMT)
Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic
E3
National Registry of Emergency Medical
Technicians (NREMT)
First Responder
E4
National Registry of Radiation Protection
Technologists
Registered Radiation Protection Technologist
(RRPT)
E3
National Surgical Assistant Association
Certified Surgical Assistant (CSA)
E4
Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission
Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT)
E4
Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board Nuclear Medicine Technologist (NMT)
E3
Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)
E5
The American Society of Anesthesia
Technologists and Technicians
ASATT Technician Certification (Cer.A.T)
E5
The American Society of Anesthesia
Technologists and Technicians
ASATT Technologist Certification (Cer.A.T.T)
E5
World Safety Organization (WSO)
Certified Safety Specialist (WSO-CSS)
E5
World Safety Organization (WSO)
Certified Safety Technician (WSO-CST)
Visit Navy COOL https://www.cool.navy.mil for additional Credentials that you may qualify to earn; however funding may
be limited to your GI bill.
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(UNITED SERVICES MILITARY APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM):
Comp. date
Dental Assistant (Medical Service)
Dental-Equipment Installer And Servicer (Wholesale Trade)
Dental-Laboratory Technician (Protective Devices)
Electromedical Equipment Repairer (Any Industry)
Electronics Tester
Emergency Medical Technician
Medical Laboratory Technician (Medical Service)
Medical Secretary (Medical Service)
Nurse Assistant (Medical Service)
Paramedic (Medical Service)
Pharmacist Assistant (Military Service)
X-Ray Equipment Tester (Any Industry)
Visit USMAP https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil/usmapss/static/usmap.jsp for additional information.
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________________________________________________________________________
STAY NAVY:
REENLIST / EXTEND: Request Chit/Form: __________ Fleet Ride-Perform to Serve (PTS) Approval Message: ________
Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR): ______ Guaranteed Assignment in Detailing (GUARD 2000): ________
School as a Reenlistment Incentive: _______ Prior Service Reenlistment Eligibility – Reserve (PRISE-R):________
Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID): _______
Medical/Dental Screening: _______ Command Recommendation (evaluation): _______ Bonus: ______ Ceremony: _______
FLEET RIDE (FR) PERFORM-TO-SERVE (PTS):
The Command Career Counselor is your local advocate to assist you with the FR/PTS application process.
 E3-E6 Sailors with less than 14 years of service must submit a FR/PTS application, regardless of reenlistment intentions.
 Applications must be submitted no later than 12 months prior to expiration of active obligated service (EAOS) or
projected rotation date (PRD) if obligated service is required, whichever occurs first.
 Sailors may submit PTS applications up to 12 months prior to EAOS/PRD. (under special circumstances)
 Applications for selected reserve (SELRES) quotas may be submitted between 12 months and 3 months prior to EAOS
 Monthly reenlistment quotas are limited and must be reserved for our best and brightest Sailors who desire to Stay Navy.
Sailors must choose one of the following based on their desires an qualifications:
 Reenlist-in-Rate,
 Reenlist-in-Rate or Convert to another rating
 Convert to another rating (only)
 SELRES option
 Upon completion of the monthly process, PTS results will be available to command users via PTS Monthly report
section of the FleetRIDE/PTS program.
 Additional guidance can be found in MILPERSMAN 1440-060 and NAVADMIN 352/10, see your Career Counselor
TRANSFER:
15 Months
12 Months
9 Months
PTS_______
PTS _________
PTS ________
Exception Family Member____ EFM_________
CMS/ID_____
CMS/ID______
CMS/ID______
SRB________
Continuous Overseas Tours (COT) _______
Overseas Tour Extension Incentive Program (OTEIP) ________
6 Months
Accept Orders________
Reverse Sponsor______
Relocation (FFSC) ____
Medical/Dental_______
SRB_______
Orders Received
Screening_____
Obligate______
Bonus________
For additional assistance in transfer and relocation, go to the Military HOMEFRONT website;
http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/Pages/default.aspx and visit your Fleet and Family Support Center on base.
SEPARATING/RETIRE:
18 -12 months
Transition GPS _____________
Complete DD2648PSD_________
Transition Planning____________
6 months
90 days
30 days
MED/DEN _____________
Copy of Records_______ Copy of Records _____
Relocation ______________
Microfiche CD________
PSD________________
Relocation Services (FFSC) _____ Arrange Ceremony______ MED/DEN __________
Reserve Affiliation_____________ Request Leave / PTDY _______
VA/DVA_____________________
PHYSICAL FITNESS:
Participate in a year-round physical fitness program to meet Navy fitness and BCA standards. Review and verify accuracy of
PFA data in PRIMS within 60 days of the PFA cycle. (PRIMS is accessible through your BUPERS Online Account)
Height________ Weight________ If Required (Neck_______ Waist________ Hips (Female) _______ BCA _________)
Last 2 PRT Cycles: Curl-ups_____/_____ Push-ups______/_____ Run/Swim/Cardio_____/____ Overall Score_____/______
List date (if) any PRT/BCA failure(s) over the last 5 years _______/______ List if any Medical Waiver(s)_______/________
For more information on Navy Fitness, visit: http://www.navyfitness.org/
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PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION
(Resident and non-resident coursework designed to enhance a Sailor’s general military professional knowledge and abilities)
EDUCATION: (Prior to considering any pursuit of off duty education or program enrollment VISIT YOUR NAVY
COLLEGE OFFICE or call the Virtual Education Center (VEC)!!!)
Education Plan Completed (Navy College Office/VEC _____________________Current Education Level_______________
Degree Goal__________________________________________________________________________________________
**Various distance learning degree options are available using, Sailor and Marine Online Academic Advisor (SMOLAA)
Goal: Date: AA/AS _____________ BA/BS ________________ Master _______________ Doctorate _________________
(Credits to earn a degree - AA/AS: 60 SH/90 QH, BA/BS: 120 SH/180, QH, Master /Doctorate: Variable based on program)
Number of current credits ______________ American Council on Education (ACE) recommended credits_______________
SOCNAV Agreement________ Joint Services Transcript________ HS Transcripts__________ College Transcripts________
Date Degree Obtained: AA/AS ________ BA/BS ________ Master _______ Doctorate ________
For entry into Joint Services Transcript, Send official transcripts to:
Center for Personal and Professional Development
Attn: Virtual Education Center
1905 Regulus Avenue, Ste. 234
Virginia Beach VA 23461-2009
Phone: 1-877-838-1659
Comm: 757-492-4684
FAX: 757-492-5095
DSN: 492-4684
Email: [email protected]
VOLUNTARY EDUCATION (Study guides and exam preparations and practice test located on NKO)
DANTES______ NCPACE ______CLEP _______DSST _______TA ______MGIB _______Post 9/11 GIB________
To access web based PME. Log into your NKO. Double click Navy e-learning > Online Courses under the Learning column.
(You may have to enable Pop-Ups) Then double click Advanced Search under the Content column. You may enter the
CIN/CSE ID into the Catalog Code search bar or the Course Title into the Catalog Title search bar to find required PME.
E6 REQUIRED NAVY PME:
Course Title
Required General Military Training (GMT)
Driving for Life
DON/DOD Cyber Awareness Challenge V1
Trafficking in Persons Basic Awareness Training
ATFP Level I Awareness for Service Members
(CONUS)
Fleet Business: The Navy Business and Fiscal
Practices Course
Chief Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course
Leadership Core Continuum (LCC)
ADAMS for Supervisors
ADAMS for Facilitators
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Training
Course Location
Command
Delivered
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
Command
Delivered
Command
Delivered
Various Locations
Various Locations
NKO E-Learning
CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
CPD-DFL-01
DOD-IAA-V11.0
jkddc-tip-2.0
CANSF-ATFPCONUS-1.0 / DON
CNL-FB-1.0
5h
1h
4h
1h
CPPD-LEAD09-004
30 h
CPPD10-LCC (Series)
20 h
S-501-0120
S-501-0110
DoD-PII-2.0
8h
3 days
1h
Date
Completed
16 h
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Ethics Training
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)
Fleet
Command
Delivered
Command
Delivered
1h
CPPD-GMT-SAPR-1.0
1h
Course
Length
E6 REQUIRED COMMUNITY PME:
Course Title
Course Location
CIN/CSE ID
Hospital Corpsman Rate Training Manual
NRTC
NAVEDTRA 14295B
Customer Service
Immunization Basic Course
TRICARE Fundamentals
MHS HIPAA courses
NRTC
NMO
TRICARE UNIVERSITY
https://mhslearn.csd.disa.mil/
ilearn/en/learner/mhs/portal/
home.jsp
NKO E-Learning
NAVEDTRA 14056
MILVAX
Chemical, Biological, Radiological (CBR)
Personnel Casualty Treatment
BLS Healthcare Provider Course
Navy Enlisted Occupational Standards
Command Delivered
NPC
E6 RECOMMENDED NAVY PME:
Course Title
Recommended General military Training (GMT)
Basic Enlisted Professional Military
Education (IEPME)
Block 1 Basic EPME - Introduction
Block 2 Basic EPME - Navy History and Heritage
Block 3 Basic EPME - The Navy Professional
Block 4 Basic EPME - Organization and Guidance
Block 5 Basic EPME - Planning
Block 6 Basic EPME - Regional Expertise and
Cultural Awareness
Block 7 Basic EPME - Technology for the
Warfighter
Block 8 Basic EPME - Conclusion
Navy Reserve Fundamentals for Active Duty Course
Nutrition
Operational Risk Management
Culture or Foreign Language Course
Communication
Eng 101
Eng Reading
Eng Writing
Geography
History
Language and Literature Study Guides
Math
Physical Sciences
Social Sciences
Speech
CNE-EPOC-ELO29.01.01.03-00001
2h
4h
NAVPERS 18068F
Course Location
CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Command
Delivered
NKO E-Learning
Military DON/ PME
36 h total
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
EPME-BASIC-B1-V2
EPME-BASIC-B2-V2
EPME-BASIC-B3-V2
EPME-BASIC-B4-V2
EPME-BASIC-B5-V2
EPME-BASIC-B6-V2
1h
7h
5h
6h
10 h
6h
NKO E-Learning
EPME-BASIC-B7-V2
6h
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
EPME-BASIC-B8-V2
NAVRESFOR-NRF3.0
NMHCI2107V2.1
CPPD-GMT-ORM-1.0
Culture or Foreign
Language Course
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
Seel local college
1h
1h
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO/College
Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
College Course
Date
Completed
Date
Completed
1h
1h
45 h
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Courses With Recommended Reserve Points:
Click this link for an Excel file of all Navy E-Learning courses offering "RECOMMENDED" reserve points. NOTE:
Commander Navy Reserve Forces (CNRF) N7 determines the number of reserve points awarded for completion of a course
taken on Navy E-Learning. This listing should only be used as a guide and is subject to change by direction of CNFR N7.
Navy E-Learning has no control over how many, if any, reserve points are eventually awarded for the completion of a
course. All questions concerning the award of reserve points should be directed to CNFR N7.
https://ile-lms-cont01.E-Learning.navy.mil/training/Courses_With_Recommended_Reserve_Points.xls
E6 RECOMMENDED RESERVE PME:
Course Title
NROWS Orders Administration Course
Naval Reserve Center Commanding Officer
Officer In Charge
Guidance for Mobilization
Military Sealift Command 101
Non-Prior Service Accession Program
E6 RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY PME:
Course Title
Reserve Center Medical Administration
13 Heat Stress Program Fundamentals-WBGT
Heat Stress Afloat
Environmental Injuries
Plant Pest and Vegetation Management
Arthropod and Vertebrate Pest Management
DOD Pest Management Recertification
Shipboard Pest Management
Operational Entomology Training
Casualty Treatment Training Course
DoD Smallpox Vaccination
TRICARE Online Courses
MHS Clinical Quality Management Courses
*Navy Trauma Training Center
Aviation Medicine for the IDC
Triage and Surgical Procedures
How to Identify and Provide Non-Surgical Treatment
of Airway Obstruction
Burn Casualty Management
Envenomations and Poisonings Reference
Chemical, Biological, Radiation, and Nuclear
Explosive Casualties
BMDOC Unit 1: Organizational Structure,
Relationships, and Policy Courses
BMDOC Unit 2: Utilization and Management of
Resources Courses
BMDOC Unit 3: Operational Policies, Procedures,
and Strategies Courses
Deployable Medical Systems ( DepMeds ) Readiness
Training
Health Aspects of Marine Sanitation
Hearing Conservation
Course Location
CIN/CSE ID
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
R-500-0140/02PG
CNRFC-COOIC-1.0
Course
Length
8h
8h
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
CNRFC-GMB-1.1
CNRFC-MSC101-2
CNRFC-NPSAP-2
4h
24 h
23 h
Course Location
CIN/CSE ID
New Orleans/NKO
E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
CA/FL
CA/FL
CA/FL/HI
CA/FL/HI/VA
R-500-0007
CA
NMO
TRICARE
UNIVERSITY
MHS Online Ed
NMOTC
Pensacola, FL
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
CNE-BECC-0130-1.0
NMCPHC-HSA-1.0
NMHCI4207V2
B-322-1071
B-322-1072
B-322-1074
B-322-1075
B-322-1077
B-330-0012
MILVAX
Various Courses
Various Courses
Navy Trauma Training
Center
NMMPTE-AMIDC-1.0
CNET10090
CNET11439
Course
Length
5 days
21 days
1h
8h
1h
CNET12623
CNET12639
NMHCI4407V2.1
15 h
1h
1h
NKO E-Learning
2h
NKO E-Learning
NM-11-BMDOC-U13.0
NM-11-BMDOC-U23.0
NM-11-BMDOC-U33.0
NMETC-DMS-01
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NMETC-HAMSD-1.0
NMCPHC-HC-1.0
2h
1h
NKO E-Learning
Date
Completed
1h
1h
2h
4 days
10 days
3 days
2 days
10 days
4 days
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
Date
Completed
2h
2h
40 h
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Navy Medicine Public Affairs--120 Day Survival Kit
Optician Sustainment Training
Water Sanitation Afloat
FDPMU Orientation Training Course
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
Navy Health Promotions Basics Course Level 1
HRO - 120 Day Survival Kit
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Course
Operational Medicine 2007
Virtual NH courses by systems
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
NKO E-Learning
Virtual Naval
Hospital
NKO E-Learning
Local Command
Jouneyman Instructor Training (JIT)
Enlisted Advancement Program (EAP)
NMETC-NMPA-1
NMETC-OST-3
NMETC-WSA-1.0
CFHP-FDPMU-OTC1.0
NMHPB081
NMHRO071
NMSAPR071
opMED2007
www.vnh.org
CPPD-JIT-0010-1.0
1h
4h
1h
4h
8h
2h
2h
3h
1h
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NAVY PROFESSIONAL READING PROGRAM (PRP): The purpose of the Reading Program is to facilitate the
professional and personal development of all Sailors. For additional information on changes, refer to NAVADMIN 309/12 or
visit http://navyreading.dodlive.mil/ or http://navy.lib.overdrive.com/ or https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil
ESSENTIAL READING
WARFIGHTING FIRST
1812: The Navy’s War by George C. Daughan
Cyber War by Richard A. Clarke
SEAL of Honor by Gary Williams
Shield and Sword edited by Edward J. Marolda and Robert J. Schneller Jr. More
The Gamble by Thomas E. Ricks
Wake of the Wahoo by Forest J. Sterling
OPERATE FORWARD
The Crisis of Islam by Bernard Lewis
Execute Against Japan by LT Joel Holwitt, USN
Monsoon by Robert Kaplan
Neptune’s Inferno by James D. Hornfischer
Red Star Over the Pacific by Toshi Yoshihara and James Holmes
The Man From Pakistan by Catherine Collins and Douglas Frantz
BE READY
A Sailor’s History of the U.S. Navy by Thomas Cutler
In the Shadow of Greatness by Joshua Welle, John Ennis, Katherine Kranz and Graham Plaster
Navigating the Seven Seas by Melvin G. Williams, Sr. and Melvin G. Williams, Jr.
The Morality of War by Brian Orend
Time Management From The Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern
Wired for War by P.W. Singer
Completed
Completed
Completed
24 additional books are categorized as "recommended reading," and are available as electronic books (e-books). Many can be
downloaded at no cost through the Navy general library program site on Navy Knowledge On-line (NKO).
The entire list, with book summaries and additional information is available at http://navyreading.dodlive.mil/
The CNO-PRP has been streamlined to make our Navy's reading program more interactive, affordable, and wherever
possible, electronically accessible. To that end: a number of the titles will be available for free at the NKO portal at
https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil Click on the reference tab, then e-library audio and e-books tab. In order to download books, an
"overdrive" account is required. On the top right, click on the overdrive window, follow the prompts, then not only are the
PRP books available, but hundreds of other items. Security restrictions preclude downloading via Navy owned computers, so
downloading them to personally-owned devices will be required.
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RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY READING
Title
Flags of our Fathers, by James Bradley
Doc: Heroic Stories of Medics, Corpsmen, and Surgeons in Combat, by Mark R. Littleton
Corpsman up, by Paul Baviello
A Corpsman’s Legacy: He continues to Heal Others Through a Daughter He never Knew,
by Stephanie Hanson
Corpsman Up!, by Charlie ‘Doc’ Rose
Not On My Watch: The 21st Century Combat Medic, by Joshua M. Peters, Joshua R. Fansler
On Call In Hell: A Doctor’s Iraq War Story, by CDR Richard Jadick
A Doctor Looks at War: My Year in Iraq, by Michael C. Hodges
Medics at War: Military Medicine from Colonial Times to the 21st Century,
by John T. Greenwood, F. Clifton Berry Jr.
Medic!: How I Fought World War II with Morphine, Sulfa, and Iodine Swabs, by Robert “Doc
Joe” Franklin
Combat Medic: World war II, by John A. Kerner
Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL
Team 10, by Marcus Luttrell, Patrick Robinson
My Men Are My Heroes: the Brad Kasal Story, by Nathaniel R. Helms
In the Company Of Heroes, by Michael J. Durant
Combat Corpsman, by Greg McPartlin
Completed
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REFERENCES
Navy Enlisted Learning and Development Programs:
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Learning and Development Roadmap for Enlisted Sailors, OPNAVINST 1500.77(series)
Navy Enlisted Retention and Career Development Program, OPNAVINST 1040.11(series)
Career Counselor Handbook, NAVPERS 15878K
Command Sponsor and Indoctrination Programs OPNAVINST 1740.3(series) (Sponsor assigned within 10 days of
orders received / Indoctrination completed as soon as possible and practicable but NLT 90 days)
Command Sponsorship of Dependents at Overseas Duty Stations MILPERSMAN 1300-150 to 1300-210
Guaranteed Assignment Retention Detailing Program (GUARD 2000), MILPERSMAN 1306-1002/1004
Navy Enlisted Warfare Qualification Programs OPNAVINST 1414.9 (series)
Master Training Specialists (MTS) Program NETCINST 1500.2(series)
Command Master Chief Program OPNAVINST 1306.2 (series
Reenlistments and Extensions:
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Agreement of Enlisted Naval Reservist, and Fleet Reservists Inductees to Remain on Active Duty MILPERSMAN
1160-060
Extension of Enlistments MILPERSMAN 1160-040
Overseas Tour Extension Incentives Program (OTEIP) MILPERSMAN 1306-300
Consecutive Overseas Tours (COT) Leave Travel Entitlement Policy MILPERSMAN 1050-410
Perform to Serve (PTS) MILPERSMAN 1440-060
Reenlistment Ceremony MILPERSMAN 1160-020
Leave of Military Personnel MILPERSMAN 1050-040
Required Counseling Upon Enlistment and Reenlistment MILPERSMAN 1160-031
Selective Reenlistment Bonus (Use Latest SRB NAVADMIN)
Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR) Program MILPERSMAN 1160-100
Assignment to School as a Reenlistment Incentive MILPERSMAN 1306-1006
Fleet Reserve and Retirements:
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Casualties and Survivor Benefits (SBP) MILPERSMAN 1770-010 to 1770-280 OPNAVINST 1750.5(Series)
Disability Retirement MILPERSMAN 1850-010 to 1850-040
Fleet Reserve and Retirement MILPERSMAN 1800-010 to 1800-070
Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) Shipment Entitlement Policy and Household Goods (HHG) Shipment and Storage
Entitlement Policy MILPERSMAN 4050-010 to 4050-020
Permissive Temporary Duty (PTDY) Authorization for Job/House Hunting MILPERSMAN 1320-220
Transition Assistance Management Program (TAMP) OPNAVINST 1900.2(series) (Initiate a DD-2648-1 NLT 90
Days Prior to Separation and attend workshop 12 months prior to separation/Fleet Reserve/Retirement date)
Enlisted Administrative Separations:
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Separation by Reason of Alcohol Rehabilitation Failure MILPERSMAN 1910-152
Separation by Reason of Misconduct -Drug Abuse MILPERSMAN 1910-146
Separation by Reason of Convenience of the Government -Early release to further education MILPERSMAN 1910108
Administrative Separation (ADSEP) Policy and General Information MILPERSMAN 1910-010 to 1910-812
Fraudulent Enlistment MILPERSMAN 1910-134
High Year Tenure (HYT) MILPERSMAN 1160-120
Misconduct (various reasons) MILPERSMAN 1910-138/140/142
Department of the Navy (DON) Policy on Parenthood and Pregnancy SECNAVINST 1000.10(series) &
MILPERSMAN 1910-124
Separation by Reason of Convenience of the Government -Personality Disorder MILPERSMAN 1910-122
Separation by Reason of Physical Fitness Assessment (PA) Failure MILPERSMAN 1910-170
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Separation by Reason of Misconduct – Commission of a Serious Offense MILPERSMAN 1910-142
Separation by Reason of Unsatisfactory Performance MILPERSMAN 1910-156
Advancement & Service Schools:
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Advancement Manual for Enlisted Personnel of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Navy Reserve BUPERSINST
1430.16(series)
Accelerated Advancement of Recruit Training Class “A” School Graduates, and Ceremonial Guard MILPERSMAN
1430-010
Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application & Administration Manual OPNAVINST 1420.1(series)
Service Schools MILPERSMAN 1306-600/602/604/608
Class “A” School & Rating Entry Requirements MILPERSMAN 1306-618
Retesting with Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT) version of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude
Battery (ASVAB) MILPERSMAN 1236-010
Professional Apprenticeship Tracks Program (PACT) NAVADMIN 318/07
Education:
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Joint Chiefs Professional Military Education (PME) Manual 1805.01
Voluntary Education (VOLED) for Navy Sailors OPNAVINST 1560.9(series)
Navy Voluntary Education Program NETCINST 1560.3(series)
Navy Credentialing Programs OPNAVINST 1540.56
Administration of the United Services Military Apprenticeship Programs (USMAP) OPNAVINST 1560.10(series)
Other Quick References:
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Awards Manual (SECNAVINST 1650.1(Series)
Change in Rating MILPERSMAN 1440-010 to 1440-040
Department of the Navy Correspondence Manual (SECNAV M-5216.5
Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control OPNAVINST 5350.4(series)
Exchange of Duty (SWAPS) MILPERSMAN 1306-700
First-Term Personnel Assignment Policy MILPERSMAN 1306-126
Individual Augmentation (IA) Policy and Procedures OPNAVINST 1001.24(series)
Military Couple and Single Parent Assignment Policy MILPERSMAN 1300-1000
Military Pay MILPERSMAN 7220-010 to 7220-410
Navy Performance Evaluation System BUPERSINST 1610.10 (Series)
Overseas Extensions MILPERSMAN 1300-310
Physical Readiness Program OPNAVINST 6110.1(series) / MILPERSMAN 6100-6199
Reassignment for Humanitarian Reasons (HUMS) MILPERSMAN 1300-500
Standardization Policy and Procedures for the Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) Program OPNAVINST
1001.20(series)
Operational Risk Management OPNAVINST 3500.39C
Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) Catalog NAVEDTRA 43100-6M
*OPNAV Instructions
*SECNAV Instructions
*MILPERSMAN
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