Presentation on theme: "HOSPITAL CORPSMAN ASSIGNMENTS (PERS-407) ‘C’ SCHOOL BRIEF"— Presentation transcript:
1 HOSPITAL CORPSMAN ASSIGNMENTS (PERS-407) ‘C’ SCHOOL BRIEF
2 TRAINING OBJECTIVES Terminal Objective: Enabling Objectives: Describe the Hospital Corpsman ‘C’ School process.Enabling Objectives:Describe the importance of HM ‘C’ Schools.Provide an overview of the various ‘C’ School options.
3 TRAINING OBJECTIVES Enabling Objectives: Discuss the HM ‘C’ Schools/Accession Pipeline.Explain the Sea/Shore flow for NECs.Discuss the benefits of selecting a ‘C’ School.Explain the Detailing Timelines.Describe the ‘C’ School Package submission process.
4 Agenda Importance of HM 'C' Schools HM 'C' Schools HM 'C' Schools/Accession PipelineSea/Shore flow for NECs“Why should I choose a 'C' School?”Detailing TimelinesSubmission of PackagesPoints of Contact
5 Importance of ‘C’ Schools Critical to the success of the HospitalCorps.Core to maintaining operationalreadiness of deploying forces as wellas the day-to-day functions of theMilitary Treatment Facility.
7 HM ‘C’ Schools (Cont)The following ‘C’ schools are currently being filled 100% accession toalign the NEC and maintain the healthiness of each of the below NECs.8406 – AEROSPACE MEDICINE8407 – RADIATION HEALTH8434 – HEMODIALYSIS8454 – EEG TECH8463 – OPTICIAN TECH8483 – SURGERY TECH8486 – UROLOGY TECH8489 – ORTHOPEDIC TECH
8 HM ‘C’ Schools (Cont)HM 8407 Rad Health TechHM 8489 Ortho Tech
9 Sea/Shore Flow 36 MOS SEA/36 MOS SHORE 48 MOS SEA/36 MOS SHORE 8401 – SEARCH AND RESCUE8402 – SUBMARINE IDC8403 – RECON IDC8407 – RADIATION HEALTH8425 – SURFACE IDC8427 – AMPHIB RECON8432 – PREVENTIVE MEDICINE8493 – DIVE MED TECH8494 – DIVE MED IDC8708 – DENTAL HYGIENE48 MOS SEA/36 MOS SHORE8406 – AEROSPACE MEDICINE
10 Sea/Shore Flow (Cont) 36 MOS SEA/60 MOS SHORE 36 MOS SEA/48 MOS SHORE 8463 – OPTICIAN TECH8466 – PHYSICAL THERAPY TECH8489 – ORTHOPEDIC TECH36 MOS SEA/48 MOS SHORE8409 – AEROSPACE PHYS8410 – ADVANCED BIOMED REPAIR8452 – ADVANCED RADIOLOGY8482 – PHARMACY TECH8483 – SURGERY TECH8485 – PSYCH TECH8506 – ADVANCED LAB TECH8541 – RESPIRATORY TECH8702 – ADVANCED DENTAL8752 – BASIC DENTAL LAB8753 – ADVANCED DENTAL LAB
12 Why Choose a ‘C’ SchoolProvides advanced education, often helps Sailors obtain secondary degrees or provides Sailors with a secondary degree. (Navy College Program ) https://www.navycollege.navy.mil/.Assists in Commissioning Programs (MSC-IPP/HSCP) Physician Assistant/Industrial Hygiene/Physical Therapy.Training converts to civilian certifications (Navy COOL) https://www.cool.navy.mil/.NECs have a link to the U. S. Military Apprenticeship program (USMAP) https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil/ ( 8410/8452/8482/8506/8752/8753)Completion of training provides technicians with specialized billets (Camp David, Capital, HMX-1, Blue Angels, Various Shipboard Platforms ).IDC BS in Health Sciences Through Touro University International ( The Bachelor’s degree is a 124 credit program consisting of a total of 92 transferable credits, 60 credits of advanced standing (from IDC "C" school), 32 lower division general education, and 32credits of TUI coursework.)Thomas Edison provides a Degrees in Biomedical Electronics (8410), Clinical Laboratory Science (8506), Nuclear Medicine Technology (8416), Respiratory Care (8541), Radiation Protect , Therapy and Medical Imaging (8452), Environmental Sciences (8432).
13 Why Choose a ‘C’ School (Cont) Selective Training Advancement Program (STAR). Leads to accelerated advancement opportunities to HM2 (8410/27/67*/93/8753) STAR eligibility per CSL, MSG Z JAN 09Independent Duty Corpsman Programs provide an Accelerated Advancement to HM1 for eligible graduates (8402/03/25/94)Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRBs)SUBMARINE IDCRECON IDCSURFACE IDCAMPHIB RECONDIVE MED TECHDMT IDCBEHAVIOR HEALTHRESPIRATORY THERAPY(*SRB PER MSG R Z MAR 13)
14 Why Choose a ‘C’ School (Cont) HM8427/8403HN (Completes ‘A’ School /RECON HM8427)Completes RECON HM8427Dive Pay:Jump Pay:DEMO Pay:SDAP: 75.00Annually: $ (additional)HM3: 3yrsHM2(STAR) 4yrs ($ special pays)-Reenlist (MAX) $60,000 SRB, Zone ARECON IDC (yr 6)Completes RECON IDC (HM1) AcceleratedHM1: 7yrs ($ special pays)HMC: 10yrs ($ special pays)-Reenlist (MAX) $60,000 SRB, Zone BExts on Sea: ( SDIP 750/MOS) $18,00010 yrs: Additional pays =$209,820.00HM 8404/0000HN (Completes ‘A’ School written to fleet via FMTB)HM3: 3yrsHM2:5 ½ yrs; with an average of three advancement examinations.HM1:9-10 yrs; with an average of three advancement examinations with 9 years being the earliest due to an EP to take advancement examination early.
15 Why Choose a ‘C’ School (Cont) What’s good for Navy Medicine will be even better for our Sailors’ career progression.
16 Detailing Timelines COMMUNICATION IS THE KEY Sailor should contact 'C' School Detailer and submit pkg for desired C school. PTS should be approved.Orders received for 'C' School…obliserve as requiredPRD12 mos prior9 mos prior6 mos priorSailor, Career Retention Team, and Detailer EngagementSailor applies in CMS/ID via CCC or SailorIf not selected for orders via CMS/ID, “Needs of the Navy” orders are issuedThe road to success for every Sailor looks like this.The primary driver in success is the early engagement of the Sailor at the 12 month point.COMMUNICATION IS THE KEYWE ENCOURAGE ALL SAILORS AND THEIR LEADERS TO CALL THEIR DETAILER!
17 ‘C’ School Package Submission To apply for HM ‘C’ Schools:First and foremost, contact the Command Career CounselorPackages should be ed to the following address:Packages can be mailed to the following address:NAVY PERSONNEL COMMANDPERS 407CK HM C Schools5720 Integrity DriveMillington TNFax:All applications should be submitted via address so that we can have an accurate tracking.
18 PERS-407 HM ‘C’ School Detailer Mr. Jeff Ramsey (901) 874-3322 DSN:
19 Branch Head/Rating Assignment Office PERS-407Branch Head/Rating Assignment OfficeLT Trés Newman(901)Lead Detailer HMCM Lucas Van Emelen(901)8404/0000 Section Lead NEC Section LeadHMCS Chris Arredondo HMCS David Walker(901) (901)