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Military Education and training programs

   

TCC NON-CREDIT MILITARY TRAINING COURSES

Earn Continuing Education Units (CEU)


 

Center for Service Support Courses, Training Support Element Norfolk, for additional information call Mr. Absalon Auza at (757) 445-7353 X1083.

                                                                                                                                                                                         

MILT 5050

Disbursing Clerk Automated Pay Specialist Afloat CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-542-0015) (ACENET: NV-1408-0001)
         

Course Objective: Examines in depth the policies and procedures governing military travel, fiscal procedures, and, pay and allowances. The course is designed to prepare the student for duties as an independent duty, disbursing clerk. The course examines advanced topics in federal banking; accounting and financial reporting; and, preparation and submission of financial reports, as applicable to disbursing operations afloat. Military travel procedures are examined in detail. Providing the student with a thorough knowledge of the various travel entitlements for military members and their dependents, including the proper accounting of elapsed time relating to various types of travel. Pay and allowances procedures are examined in detail to enable the students to fully understand the criteria for various entitlements as well as the procedures to establish such entitlements on the military pay account.

   
MILT 5051 Disbursing Clerk Fiscal CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-542-0014)

Course Objective: Examines advanced topics in federal banking, accounting and financial reporting, as applicable to disbursing operations, afloat and ashore. Provides a basic understanding of procedures and accountability for handling cash; issuance of checks against the United States Treasury; handling of foreign currency to include accountability, sales and reporting; preparation; reconciliation and payment of dealer's bills and public vouchers. Examines the preparation, reconciliation and collection of money owed; preparation and submission of financial reports to the United States Treasury; and, use of automated accounting and financial reporting systems. Course components include: duties and responsibilities of disbursing officer and assistants, cash funds, treasury checks, foreign currency, accounting data, vouchers — public/collection, statements of accountability, checking account reports and financial reports.

 
MILT 5052 Disbursing Clerk Travel Payments CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-542-0013) (ACENET: NV-1408-0001)

Course Objective: Examines in depth the procedures and policies governing travel of military members and their dependents. Provides a basic understanding of procedures for accounting for elapsed time between duty stations; reimbursable expenses in connection with military travel; entitlements in connection with travel outside the continental United States; expenses reimbursable in connection with Shore Patrol; preparation and submission of travel claims: and, use of automated systems in the submission of travel claims.

 

MILT 5034

Ship's Store Afloat Resale Operations Management (ROM) II System Supervisor

CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-823-0019) (ACENET: NV-1408-0031)

12.0 CEUs

Course Objective: Examines advanced topics in convenience store operations and hospitality services-laundry/dry cleaning, barbershop, and vending machine operations, in the operational environment in which they operate, with special emphasis on automated recordskeeping policies and procedures. Provides knowledge necessary to manage an independent store operation: Course components include: operation and functions of the automated Ship's Store Afloat (SSA) Resale Operations Management (ROM) II system, and manual ship's store afloat records.

 

MILT 5029

Material Maintenance ( 3-M) Coodinator/Inspector Course

CEU Credits (CANTRAC: J-500-0029) (ACENET: NV-1402-0153)

8.0 CEUs

Course Objective: Examines advanced topics in the responsibilities associated with the verification, update and evaluation of planned maintenance systems, and the operation of computer systems used to control maintenance inventories. Provides detailed understanding of the concepts of a planned maintenance system, computer operations, maintenance management, maintenance data accounting, and inventory control.

 

MILT 5035

Shipboard Non-Tactical Automated Data Processing Program II (SNAP II) Leading Storekeeper Afloat Course

CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-551-0093) (ACENET: NV-1402-0152)

12.0 CEUs

Course Objective: Examines advanced topics in principles, rules and concepts of supply and financial management in an operational environment, applying operational procedures of the Shipboard Non-Tactical Automated Data Processing Program (SNAP II) automated accounting and reporting system. Provides a basic understanding of ship's non-tactical computer system and subsystem operations, supply and financial management, supply control, inventory, requirements and requirements processing, receipt processing, material expenditures, integrated logistics management, reports and reporting requirements, and system applications, as performed by the Leading Storekeeper.

 
MILT 5056 Aviation Supply System Specialist CEU Credits (CANTRAC: C-551-2019) (ACENET: NV-1405-0033)

Course Objective: This course examines advanced topics in aviation repairables management at the organizational and intermediate maintenance levels, and applying operational procedures utilizing the Optimized Intermediate Maintenance Activity (OIMA) Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) automated accounting and reporting system. Provides detailed understanding of both automated and manual aviation material identification, aviation repairables and materials procurement, records and files maintenance, material receipt and distribution, replacement of aviation repairables, and inventory management procedures. Requires the use and understanding of computer system operations for preparation and generation of management reports for aviation repairables management.

 
MILT 5055 Supply Application Administration (NALCOMIS OIMA) CEU Credits (CANTRAC: C-555-0050)

Course Objective: The objective is to provide a proficiently trained student, meeting the performance and course  completion standards as determined by the Learning Centers. This course examines the management of database security and administration, the NALCOMIS OIMA Subsystem management process and NALCOMIS troubleshooting and repair processes that include personnel management, maintaining organizational data, Interface processing and Database alignment.

 

MILT 5032

Unit Level Relational Supply Technical Specialist

CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-551-0026)

8.0 CEUs

Course Objective: This course examines advanced topics in principles, rules and concepts of supply and financial management in an operational environment, applying operational procedures of the Relational Supply Business Application, an automated accounting and reporting system. It provides a basic understanding of ship's non-tactical computer system and subsystem operations, supply and financial management, supply control, inventory, requirements and requirements processing, receipt processing, material expenditures, integrated logistics management, reports and reporting requirements, and system applications, as performed by the Leading Storekeeper.

MILT 5033

Relational Supply (Force Level) Operations Technician

CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-551-0029)

14.4 CEUs

Course Objective: This course examines advanced topics in aviation, non-aviation and  general supply automated data processing system operations and procedures in a  relational database management system (RDBMS) environment. Provides understanding  and practical experience in Force Level Relational Supply for users and operators in  functional systems utilization and specific responsibilities within each system functional  area. Course components include: ability to add, change and delete records; file system  maintenance; transaction processing and suspension; generation of system queries and  reports; stock issues, requisition and receipt processing procedures; and financial and  system records management. Requires the use and understanding of computer system  operations for preparation and generation of inventory, logistics, and financial  management reports for providing financial reporting and records reconciliation, to  include accounting cycles and financial statements required by various Government  agencies.

MILT 5031

Unit Level Relational Supply Stock Control Manager

CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-551-0028)

4.0 CEUs

Course Objective: This course examines supervisory responsibilities of senior storekeepers in regards to the supply and financial management in an operational environment. It provides strategies to manage supply control, inventory requirements and requirements processing, status processing, material surveys, appropriations data, system security, financial reporting and special purpose programs.

 

MILT 5030

Shipboard Non-Tactical Automated Data Processing Program II (SNAP II) SFM Supervisor Course

CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-551-0094)

4.0 CEUs

Course Objective: Examines supervisory responsibilities of senior storekeepers in regards to the supply and financial management in an operational environment. Provides strategies to manage supply control, inventory requirements and requirements processing, status processing, material surveys, appropriations data, system security, financial reporting and special purpose programs.

 
MILT 5049 Shipboard Uniform Automated Data Processing System Real Time (SUADPS-RT) Operations Management CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-551-0085) (ACENET: NV-1402-0149)

Course Objective: Examines advanced topics in aviation and general supply automated data processing system operations and procedures in a real time environment. Provides understanding and practical experience in Shipboard Uniform Automated Data Processing System for users, operators and supervisors in functional systems utilization and specific responsibilities within each system functional area. Course components include: ability to add, change and delete records; file system maintenance; transaction processing and suspension; generation of system queries and reports; stock issues, requisition and receipt processing procedures; and financial and system records management.

 
MILT 5053 Food Service Administration CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-800-0015) (ACENET: NV-1729-0014)

Course Objective: Provides Senior Mess Management Specialists with the management skills and knowledge to successfully manage Navy galley operations afloat and ashore. Sanitation/ food-borne illnesses, nutrition/menu planning, appropriated and non-appropriated financial management topics comprise the first part of the course. An introduction to computers, followed by "hands on" operation of the Navy's automated recordskeeping/management system (FSM), makes up the second portion of the course.

 

MILT 5028

Food Service Management - Records

CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-800-0009)

9.6 CEUs

Course Objective: Provides the Mess Management Specialists with the knowledge and skills to operate a computerized food service recordskeeping system and solve associated problems. It includes equipment setup and upkeep, loading software, computer operations, security requirements, and food service applications, which enables the Mess Management Specialist the tools for the operational management of the ship's daily 7 food service obligations.

 

   

 

MILT 5047

MILT 5027

MILT 5048

Galley Watch Captain /Advanced Food Preparation
 
- Maritime Culinary Arts;

- Principles of Baking;

- Soup and Sauce Preparation

CEU Credits (CANTRAC A-800-0030) (ACENET: NV -1729-0015)

Course Objective: This course provides technical and culinary training for personnel assigned as Culinary Specialist. This course provides advanced technical knowledge and training necessary to practice and maintain high standards of personal hygiene and sanitation in all areas of food preparation and service unique to mess operations. To familiarize students with publications for the Culinary Specialist rate, food service security, advanced food preparation and related culinary terms. To care for and safely operate food service equipment unique to mess operations; accommodate planning preparation and service of the various cycle menu styles unique to general and private mess facilities. Enhances fundamental culinary skills and to create more appealing and nutritious menu selections.

 
MILT 5037 Shipboard Barber CEU Credits (CANTRAC A-840-0013) (ACENET: NV-1726-0001)

Course Objective: Given a properly equipped barbershop, cut male and female hair (clipper cuts and precision scissor cuts), using correct haircutting tools, in accordance with U.S. Navy grooming standards as prescribed in U. S. Navy Uniform Regulations and observing all personnel and equipment safety procedures and regulations. Further, the course examines topics in hygiene, barbershop operations such as sanitation, administration management, customer service, resource management, and scheduling alternatives. Examines the uses and/or characteristics of various barber tools used to cut hair. Sanitation practices are examined as well as non-contagious skin conditions and contagious skin diseases. Describe the accepted grooming standards for men and women, including mustaches. Discusses instructions governing barbershop operations including management and customer relations and the duties and responsibilities of personal behavior. Recall the uses and/or characteristics of barber tools used to cut hair. Identify skin conditions and skin diseases based on symptoms and appearance.

 
Center for Naval Engineering, Engineer Training Department, Electrical Schools, Training Support Element Norfolk, for additional information call Mr. Daniel George at (757) 444-5332 X3019.
 
MILT 5041 Electronic Auxiliary Control System Equipment Maintenance CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-651-0094)
Course Objective: The course graduate will be able to maintain the Electronic Auxiliary Equipment Control Systems located onboard various Naval Vessels. This course provides the technician with the knowledge and the skills necessary to accomplish these goals. This maintenance will be performed in compliance with the established maintenance procedures contained in prescribed technical manuals.
 
MILT 5045 400HZ Motor Generator Electrical System Maintenance CEU Credits (CANTRAC: J-662-0023)
Course Objective: This course provides technical corrective maintenance training on 400HZ Motor Generator Systems. Instruction is both classroom and laboratory on actual equipment.
 
MILT 5042 Electronic Automatic Boiler Control (E-ABC) Console Operator CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-651-0089)
Course Objective: This course teaches the trainee to operate a steam-generating system using Electrical-Automatic Boiler Control's (E-ABC) that are centrally located at the control console.
 
MILT 5043 Electronic Automatic Boiler Control (E-ABC) Maintenance CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-651-0088)
Course Objective: This course teaches the trainee how to improve the operation and over-all boiler performance on ships equipped with Electrical-Automatic Boiler Controls by providing necessary detailed training on the theory of operation, maintenance, repair and calibration of subject automatic boiler controls, feedwater/drum level controls and main feed pump pressure controls.
 
MILT 5039 Electrical Control Devices CEU Credits (CANTRAC: J-662-0044)
Course Objective: This course provides Electrical Personnel with the basic knowledge and necessary skills to comprehend the operating characteristics and effectively troubleshoot various electrical control devices. Instruction and laboratory experience in troubleshooting various electrical equipments is provided.
 
MILT 5046 Woodward Governor Maintenance CEU Credits (CANTRAC: K-652-0063)
Course Objective: This course teaches the trainee the theory and operating principles of the EG-A and EG-R Woodward governor systems. Practical instruction is given in the disassembly, repair, reassembly and calibration of each of the various components comprising the complete Woodward Governor system using actual equipment and testing devices.
 
MILT 5044 Propulsion Alarm and Indicating Systems Maintenance CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-651-0047)
Course Objective: This course teaches the skills to perform preventative and corrective maintenance on Pressure/Temperature Alarm Sensors, Alarm Panels and Switchboards, McNAbb Salinity Indicating Systems, Wager Smoke Indicator Systems, devolved water and oxygen monitoring systems, Yarway and Barton boiler water, and Gem tank lever indicating systems. Instructions also include circuit tracing, straight-lining, and signal tracing electrical and electronic circuitry. Course provides instruction in the operation, preventive and corrective maintenance to a piece part level on the following circuits: 1-EC, 2-EC, EJ, EK, ED, EF, EQ, EA, 7-EL, 3-TK, IC/CSM, 1-SB, 2-SB, 1-TD, 2-TD-two types, Yarway and Barton.
 

MILT 5040

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technician CEU Credits (CANTRAC: A-720-0010)
     
Shipboard Refrigeration I
Course Objective: The objective is to provide a proficiently trained student, meeting the  performance and course completion standards as determined by the Learning Centers.  This course presents shipboard refrigeration principles and systems, characteristics of  refrigerants to include R-134a., R-12 and R-236fa. Teaches basic theory of compressors,  evaporators, condensers, expansion valves, water regulating valves, evaporator pressure  regulators and electric controls.
Shipboard Refrigeration II

Course Objective: The objective is to provide a proficiently trained student, meeting the  performance and course completion standards as determined by the Learning Centers.  This course presents shipboard refrigeration principles and systems, characteristics of  refrigerants to include R-134a., R-12 and R-236fa. Teaches basic theory of compressors,  evaporators, condensers, expansion valves, water regulating valves, evaporator pressure  regulators and electric controls and troubleshooting refrigeration systems.

Shipboard Refrigeration III
Course Objective:  The objective is to present essential refrigeration terminology, laws of refrigeration, heat and methods of transfer, the compression system, compressors, refrigerants adn their characteristics. Deals with pressure-temperature relationships; conventional, hermetic and absorption systems or refrigeratio; special shipboard refrigeration systems.
Air Conditioning Capacity  Control Systems

Course Objective: The objective is to provide a proficiently trained student, meeting the performance and course completion standards as determined by the Learning Centers. This course teaches applications of electronic capacity control systems for reciprocating and centrifugal air conditioning systems. Adjust and calibrate a microprocessor control panel, change input variables, replace various circuit boards, adjust keystone operators, reset variable geometry diffusers. Troubleshoot operating system using microprocessor control panel.

Hermetic Commercial Systems

Course Objective: The objective is to provide a proficiently trained student, meeting the  performance and course completion standards as determined by the Learning Centers.  This course introduces small hermetic air conditioning and refrigeration systems.  Presents compressor mechanical, electrical components, refrigerants, evaporators,  condensers, metering devices, compressors and filters. Covers recovery, evacuation system, testing and charging; the use of refrigeration tools, tubing and brazing  procedures. Equipment coved includes, ice makers, ice cream makers, packaged air  conditioning, salad/display cases, refrigerators and freezers.

Centrifugal Air Conditioning Chill Water Systems
Course Objective: The objective is to provide a proficiently trained student, meeting the  performance and course completion standards as determined by the Learning Centers.  This course is to provide the student with the skills necessary to operate and maintain  chill water piping systems, chill water balancing valves, hot gas valves, thermostatic  control valves, electric motors, auxiliary oil pumps, jet oil pumps, chillers, condensers,  and water regulating valves. Includes internal construction of speed increasing  centrifugal refrigerant compressors and operation, maintenance and troubleshooting 125  and 150 ton centrifugal R-l 14 and R-236fa air conditioning systems.
  York Compressor Control Systems

Course Objective: This course provides Navy, Coast Guard and designated civilian personnel with the knowledge and skills required to operate and maintain York 236fa Centrifugal Air Conditioning Systems onboard ships with limited supervision.

 
Center for Surface Operations, Training Support Element Norfolk, for additional information contact Mr. Absalon Auza at (757) 445-7353 X1083.
 
MILT 5009 Navigator/Senior Quartermaster Refresher 8.0 CEUs (CANTRAC: K-2G-2207)
Course Objective: This course provides proficient training to the student in PCOs, PXOs, Navigators, Assistant Navigators, and Senior Quartermasters in the duties and responsibilities for preparations for getting underway on a U.S. Navy Vessel, meeting the requirements set forth by the Navigator of the Navy's Office. This course teaches the student chart and publication preparations and maintenance, weather, tides and currents, navigation briefs, creating movement reports, light computations, etc.
 
MILT 5010 Voyage Management System (VMS) Operator 4.0 CEUs (CANTRAC: A-061-0042)
  Course Objective: This course provides entry level training in the use of the Voyage Management System including electronic chart management, voyage planning and voyage management. Prepares student to operate "VMS" equipped ships under all conditions or readiness underway, pre-deployment and training periods.
   
MILT 5004 Basic Navigation 4.0 CEUs (CANTRAC: A-061-0002)
 

Course Objective: The navigation watch standing course is designed to provide personnel with no pre-requisite knowledge or no prior experience in the navigation practices, as practiced in the U.S. Navy. These prospective navigation watch standers shall be former Signalmen, current Boatswains Mates, non-Quartermaster "A" school graduates assigned to navigational duties, and Quartermasters, E-l to E-3, at sea who require more navigation training. This course shall provide the foundation for further skill expansion within today's navy and commercially developed navigation courses. Provides: (1) Apply basic navigation practices IAW Ship Control and Navigation Personnel Qualification Standards; (2) Perform as a Navigation Plotter; (3) Perform as Recorder, Log Keeper; (4) Perform basic celestial observation computations; (5) Record weather observations, cloud identification; (6) Operate common electronic navigation equipment; (7) Operate all navigation plotting equipment; (8) Describe the duties of the Navigation Anchor Watch; (9) Discuss the duties of the Quartermaster of the Watch (QMOW); (10) Discuss the basic structure of the nautical chart system; and (11) Discuss the duties of the bridge watch stander.