The Navy Senior Leader Seminar (NSLS) provides senior officers (CAPT/O6), and senior civilians (GS-15 and equivalent only) with an intensive eight and a half day executive education program that
introduces the latest "best practices" in strategic planning, goal setting, strategic communication, effects-based thinking, risk management, financial management, innovation and leadership practices. The
program is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and abilities to more effectively manage and lead in complex organizations. Learning is enhanced by the use of case studies, small-team exercises,
practical applications, seminar-style discussions, and peer-learning among participants. The NSLS empowers senior leadership to become more effective change agents and resource managers. Participants will
become aware of current Navy resource issues and business processes, academic research, best practices known in DoD and industry. Participants will leave the course better prepared to meet organizational
challenges in current and future assignments.
This course is specifically designed for Active duty and Reserve CEC officers who have been selected for Captain and recently promoted GS-15 Naval Facilities Engineering Command employees.
Attendance is by invitation of the Chief of the Civil Engineer Corps.
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CEC CDR(s) Leadership Course description: CEC CDR(s) Leadership Course description: To provide officers recently selected or promoted to Commander (05) in the Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) with recent
updates within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFACENGCOM) and Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) and updates of the most recent leadership philosophies, mission strategies, and program
management development within the NAVFACENGCOM. This will allow them to effectively meet operational readiness, worldwide contingency, expeditionary operations and to manage their responsibilities and programs
in support of Department of Defense (DoD), Navy, and Marine Corps missions.
This course is specifically designed for Active duty and Reserve CEC officers who have been selected for Commander.
CEC LCDR(s) Leadership Course description: To provide officers recently selected or promoted to Lieutenant Commander (04) in the Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) with recent updates within the Naval Facilities
Engineering Command (NAVFACENGCOM) and Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) and updates of the most recent leadership philosophies, mission strategies, and program management development within the
NAVFACENGCOM. This will allow them to effectively meet operational readiness, worldwide contingency, expeditionary operations and to manage their responsibilities and programs in support of Department of
Defense (DoD), Navy, and Marine Corps missions.
This course is specifically designed for Active Duty and Reserve CEC officers who have been selected for Lieutenant Commander.
This seven-week course is designed to orient newly-commissioned Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) officers, and officers recently transferred to the CEC, to the role of the CEC in the Navy. The course prepares
the student to be immediately effective upon assuming the duties of their first CEC billet. Embedded in this course are three weeks of warranting training at the Defense Acquisition University, Port Hueneme
Campus. Also embedded in the curriculum is the two-week Basic Officer Leadership Training Continuum course (Ensigns only).
This course is specifically designed for newly commissioned CEC officers, warrant officers, and officers recently transferred to the CEC who have no previous active commissioned duty as a CEC officer.
Attendance is controlled by the Chief, Bureau of Naval Personnel (PERS-4413), Washington, DC 20370-5000 for all officers in a permanent change of station (PCS) status. Other personnel should request quota
approval from the Commanding Officer, Code 912, Naval School, Civil Engineer Corps Officers (NAVSCOLCECOFF), 3502 Goodspeed Street, Suite 1, Port Hueneme, California 93043-4336.
This two week course provides a general overview of the Reserve CEC in today's Navy. It includes one and one half weeks of classroom instruction and one week of field exercise training. It is taught in
conjunction with the Active duty CEC Basic Officer's course. Direct Commission Officer Indoctrination or another approved officer accession program is a prerequisite. Location is Port Hueneme, California and
Fort Hunter Liggett, California.
This course is designed for officers who are new to the Reserve Civil Engineer Corps, but have completed Reserve Officer Orientation or have received a waiver of this prerequisite.
To register for this course, contact the CEC Reserve Detailers at the following phone numbers: 901-874-4031/32/34 or DSN 882-4031/32/34.
The purpose of this course is to provide prospective Department Heads with the requisite naval leadership skills necessary to function as effective leaders as a Department Head.
This course is intended for Active duty Officers en route to a Department Head assignment. Upon request and when supported with sufficient justification, the Commanding Officer, NAVSCOLCECOFF may also
grant waivers for attendance by other personnel.
Please register for the desired offering via the quota request button below.
This program, established as a result of the Energy Policy Act of 1992, is to ensure that all Facilities Managers are properly trained energy managers. The legislation defines a trained energy manager as
a person who has demonstrated proficiency, or who has completed a course of study in the areas of Fundamentals of Building Energy Systems; Building Energy Codes and Applicable Professional Standards; Energy
Accounting and Analysis; Life-Cycle Cost Methodology, Fuel Supply and Pricing; and Instrumentation for Energy Survey and Audits.
These six areas represent the technical knowledge and training that is needed by most energy personnel. The Navy's program makes use of many resources for Energy Training.
Resources include Government Agencies, Universities and Associations. With this program you receive funding assistance in Tuition/Registration, Travel Costs and Per Diem.
You have the freedom to locate the training source that best provides your needed training and schedule. THEREFORE THERE IS NO SCHEDULED TRAINING LISTED. CECOS has been centrally funded to pay for fees for
energy personnel who qualify for the training. This is a very unique program, CECOS is ready to assist you in finding and funding training for your specific needs.
This program is intended for military and civilian personnel who directly support utility systems maintenance/operations or are directly involved in the support of the Navy's Energy Program at their
For further information about the Energy Program, contact Ryan Rasmussen directly at DSN 551-4245 or (805) 982-4245 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not use the contact course director link on
This five-day course is designed to provide the student with fundamental energy management guidance. The course provides the entry level energy manager a strong foundation in a non-technical approach and
affords those with experience, fresh ideas to take back into the field. This course offers an excellent networking opportunity and is a first step towards meeting the goals of the Energy Policy Act.
Energy Managers, Assistant/Public Works Officers, Utilities Engineers, Utility Division Directors/Supervisors, and other facility personnel who help support Utility Systems and the Energy Program.
To request a quota for any of the offerings listed below, click on the quota request button below and follow the instructions on the Training Request Form to submit.
CIN: Air Force ENV 531
The Air Quality Management course is an Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT)ISEERB course for Navy and DoD students. The air course prepares activity/installation Air Quality Managers for managing an
activity/installation air quality management program.
Topics include: Compliance, emission inventories and processes, sampling, permitting, pollution prevention and reduction strategy, control technology, indoor air quality, resource management, EPA
perspective, conformity, sampling and analysis modeling, emission control technology and emission credits.
There is also an Advanced Air Quality Management course (WENV 532). The objective of this course is for each student to comprehend advanced technical and regulatory requirements of air quality. The course
will enable students to build on basic knowledge to effectively manage a complex and dynamic air quality program.
The course is intended for military Active duty or a civil service employee working in air compliance whether at regional or facility level.
For course schedule and to register for the Wright Patterson AFB offerings, go to the AFIT website: (http://www.afit.edu/CE/) Click here to jump straight to the page.
Select WENV 531 or WENV 532 and register for the desired offering.
This basic course is designed to provide civilian and military personnel with the fundamentals of the Navy's programs for environmental protection at Navy and Marine Corps Shore Activities.
The four-day course is particularly geared toward the novice, but also provides an excellent overview of the Navy's integrated environmental programs.
Course topics include Environmental Law & Legislation, Clean Water Program, Clean Air Program, Hazardous Materials Management, Hazardous and Solid Waste Management, Pollution Prevention, Natural and Cultural
Resources, NEPA, Installation Restoration Program, Funding, and Environmental Management Systems.
Attendance will be useful not only to personnel working in environmental protection, compliance, and natural resources programs, but to those who interface with environmental staff such as Public Affairs,
Safety, Facility Planning, Public Works, Acquisition, Budget, ROICC, and Management staff.
Active duty military and civilian employees.
This ISEERB approved course is designed to satisfy the training requirements for Navy environmental samplers specified in Chapter 29 (paragraph 5.6) of OPNAVINST 5090.1C (series) by providing training in:
Much of the course time is devoted to hands-on laboratory and field exercises. The proper use of various types of sampling equipment is demonstrated in the classroom. Students are given the opportunity to
practice using equipment in the laboratory and simulate on-the-job conditions.
The course provides an overview of:
Military, civilian, or contractor personnel who collect or oversee the collection of environmental samples (contractors must have military or civilian sponsor) for the Department of Defense / Coast Guard.
The Hazardous Waste Facility Operators is a 40-hour course that provides information needed by personnel who work at, manage, or supervise activity hazardous waste (HW) Treatment, Storage, Disposal (TSD)
facilities or less than 90-day accumulation facilities. Course trains personnel to perform their duties safely and in compliance with legal and Navy policy requirements. RCRA regulations 40 CFR 264.16(a)(1),
265.16(a)(1), and HAZWOPER 29 CFR 1910.120 (p) require training for TSD facility personnel. HMTA, 49 CFR 172.704(a)(1) and 172.704(a)(3) require training in hazardous material recognition and identification;
and safety for each HAZMAT employee. HAZWOPER regulation 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(6)(i) requires personnel who are likely to witness a release of hazardous substances to be trained to an awareness level.
Topics covered include: Hazardous Materials/Hazardous Waste (HM/MW) laws and regulations; HW liability; Navy HM and HW waste management policies; Federal Facility compliance; HM identification and
classification; HW labeling, packaging, handling, and transportation requirements; land ban; Hazardous Waste Manifesting; Hazardous Waste Minimization/Pollution Prevention; hazardous properties; compatibility;
health/environmental effects and personal safety; contingency planning; emergency response procedures; emergency equipment and systems; decontamination, and training techniques. The OCONUS version of this
course has been discontinued.
For information about the Overseas Hazardous Waste Facility Operations course please check the course description on this website under Environmental - Compliance.
For technical information (not registration), contact the Course Director, Daniel Jordan, at 805-982-2889 (DSN 551).
Personnel who work at TSD facilities, less than 90-day accumulation facilities, on-board hazardous waste trainers.
This 24 hour course provides information needed by personnel who generate hazardous waste to perform their duties safely and in compliance with legal and Navy policy standards. The RCRA
regulation 40 CFR 262 establishes standards for HW generators.
Generators who accumulate waste for less than 90 days must prepare and implement a training program which complies with the standards in 40 CFR 265.16 which mandates that personnel must be
trained to perform their duties in a way that ensures compliance. HMTA 49 CFR 172.704(a)(1) and 172.704(a)(3) require training in hazardous material recognition and identification; and safety
for each HAZMAT employee.
HAZWOPER regulations, 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(6)(i) requires personnel who are likely to witness a release of hazardous substances to be trained to an awareness level. In California, this course
covers - Title 22. For other states, upon request, this course can be modified to include local state laws and requirements.
Topics covered include:
Personnel (military or civilian) who generate, package, handle, store, transport, or manage hazardous materials or waste in the performance of their duties.
This 32-hour course provides ashore Navy military and civilian personnel who generate, handle, or manage hazardous waste with the knowledge and skills to conduct their duties safely and in accordance
with: Overseas Environmental Baseline Guidance Document (OEBGD), Final Governing Standards, Status of Forces Agreements, Treaties, Applicable Host Nation hazardous waste laws and regulations, Relevant Navy
Personnel (military or civilian) who manage, generate, store or dispose of hazardous waste overseas.
Quota approval should be requested from the Commanding Officer, Naval School, Civil Engineer Corps Officers, 3502 Goodspeed Street, Suite 1, Port Hueneme, CA 93043-4336.
This course provides information for, Overseas Ashore Navy military and civilian, personnel who generate hazardous waste with sufficient knowledge to conduct their duties safely and in accordance with the
following: Overseas Environmental Baseline Guidance Document (OEBGD), Final Governing Standards, Status of Forces Agreements, Treaties (between the United States and Host Nation), Applicable Host Nation
hazardous waste laws and regulations, Relevant Navy policies.
Personnel (military or civilian) who generate, handle, store, or dispose of hazardous waste overseas.
Hazardous Waste Annual Refresher is an 8-hour course that provides hazardous waste workers with updated regulatory and technical information needed to perform their duties safely and in compliance with
legal and Navy policy requirements. RCRA regulation 40 CFR 264.16(c) and 265.16(c) requires annual review of initial hazardous waste training. Per 40 CFR 262.34(a)(4), generators of HW who accumulate waste for
less than 90 days must prepare and implement a training program which complies with the standards in 40 CFR 265.16 which mandates personnel training. HAZWOPER 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(8) requires annual refresher
training in emergency spill response. For technical information (not registration), contact the Course Director, Daniel Jordan, at 805-982-2889 (DSN 551).
Personnel who have completed Hazardous Waste Facility Operators course or the Hazardous Waste Generators/Handlers course and require annual update.
The joint engineer community continues to move forward in the process of educating and preparing its officers and noncommissioned officers for operations in the joint environment. The Joint Engineer
Operations Course (JEOC), which was designed by engineers for engineers, will bring together engineers from all the Services. Not only will they use what they learn in the current operational environment but
will also use it for future applications to meet the challenges faced by engineer forces of the 21st century.
For more information, visit the Navy Supply School website:
Transportation of Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste (HM/HW) for DoD is a 5 day introductory course that provides a comprehensive understanding of the Department of Transportation's(DOT) HM regulations.
The course provides information on the shipper's responsibility for surface transportation of HM/HW with emphasis on hazardous waste. The course is designed to meet the DOT mandatory training requirement (49
CFR 172, Subpart H). This course is DoD/Interservice Environmental Education Review Board (ISEERB) approved. Course highlights include: HM/HW identification and classification, Shipping papers (HW
manifest),Packaging, Marking, Labeling, Placarding, Emergency response information.
You will learn to:Correctly classify and identify HM, hazardous substances (HS), HW, and marine pollutants (MP). Verify that manifests/shipping papers are correctly and completely prepared.
Ensure that hazardous property is properly packaged, marked, and labeled. Determine what placards are required for hazardous property shipments. Ensure that DOT emergency response information and training
requirements are satisfied.
Who should attend:This course is designed for personnel who prepare/offer HM/HW for highway shipment and/or sign Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) HW manifests. Those employed by the US Navy
or contractors handling HW with a valid US Navy contract and that have a Base Access Card are eligible to attend.
Quota Control:For additional information about the Navy specific schedule and registration for the below Nany Specific offerings of this course, please contact the Navy representative from CECOS
- Daniel Jordan @ email@example.com or select the quota request button below.
Navy Specific Offerings:Navy Offerings Background - Although this course is paid for and sponsored by the Navy Civil Engineering Corps Officer School (CECOS), it is owned and instructed by the
US Defense Logistics Agency. This allows the Navy and Marine Corps to receive DTR and DoD approved training at Navy/MC installations and reduce the cost of travel to a DLA training facility.
The Division Officer Leadership Course is designed to resemble the first tour of a Division Officer. A major instructional theme of the course is teaching a junior officer the importance of building and
maintaining an effective work climate while providing positive oversight and management of resources.
The Division Officer Leadership Development Program consists of classroom attendance of the Division Officer Leadership Course (DIVOLC). DIVOLC provides junior officers the necessary tools to function as
effective leaders at the Division Officer level. Previous completion of the Division Officer Capstone (CIN P-7C-0039) satisfies the requirements for the DIVOLC. The Navy Leadership Development Strategy (NLDS)
assigns the following outcomes for the average rank of a Division Officer (O-1 to O-2): Understands and lives relationship of Oath to Navy Core Values; Personal values consistent with Navy Core Values;
Practices sound judgment; Enforces rules, regulations and procedures; Valued team leader; Fosters loyalty up and down the chain of command.
The Navy Leadership Competency Model (NLCM) assigns the following competencies to the Division Officer develop program: Accomplishing Mission; Leading People; Leading Change; Working with People; and
Resource Stewardship. Students will be applying leadership skill sets based on the content derived from the NLDS and the NLCM. Students may not return to parent command for duty or watch standing IAW NAVADMIN
Course Description:Transportation of Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste (HM/HW) for DoD is a 3 day Recurrent/Refresher course that provides a comprehensive review of the DLA Training course
Transportation of Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste (HM/HW) for DOD (DCPSO00R510) and review of the Department of Transportation's(DOT) HM regulations. The course provides information on the shipper's
responsibility for surface transportation of HM/HW with emphasis on hazardous waste. The course is designed to meet the DOT mandatory recurring training requirement (49 CFR 172, Subpart H). This course is
DoD/Interservice Environmental Education Review Board (ISEERB) approved. Course highlights include: HM/HW identification and classification, Shipping papers (HW manifest), Packaging, Marking, Labeling,
Placarding, Emergency response information.
Requirement:This course meets the DOT recurrent training requirement of DOT 49 CFR 172.704, and Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR) Part II Chapter 204 Section D.2. For DOD, recurrent
training is required every 2 years under the DTR.