Presentation on theme: "Center for Personal and Professional Development"— Presentation transcript:
1Center for Personal and Professional Development WASHINGTON DC AREA FCPOA SYMPOSIUMCMDCM(SW)Gretchen Boals
2Center OriginsAs a result of the ERNT Report of 2000, the Revolution in Training, and Task Force Excel, Learning Centers were established to:More closely align to Fleet needsUse the Science of Learning to address the“root cause” of Fleet problemsProvide more responsive trainingOct 2002: The Center for Personal Development (CPD) was provisionally stood up to provide non-rating specific training that enhanced individual readiness and growth. Center for Naval Leadership (CNL) was stood up to provide leadership and instructor training.May 2004: CPD was officially stood up.Apr 2005: VOLED (operational control) was aligned to CPD.Oct 2006: CPD was renamed to Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) when merged with NPC’s Center for Career Development (CCD).Oct 2007: CCD returned to NPC.Oct 2007: CPPD and CNL directed to merge as of 1 Oct 2008.
3Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) MISSIONOur mission is to develop the Navy’s workforce by providing education and training opportunities that build personal, professional and leadership competencies in support of mission readiness.VISIONWe are the recognized Center of excellence – we inspire Sailors, their families and DoD personnel to unparalleled levels of personal and professional achievement.
4Center for Personal and Professional Development 1905 Regulus Ave. CPPD HeadquartersCenter for Personal and Professional Development1905 Regulus Ave.Bldg 199Virginia Beach, VA 23461CAPT Jon Picker, Commanding OfficerMike Coyle, Executive DirectorCAPT Chuck Hollingsworth, DeputyCMDCM Gretchen Boals, Command Master Chief
5CPPD Learning Sites CPPD Det Norfolk CPPD Det San Diego AOR East of the Mississippi + EUCOM and CENTCOMCPPD Det San DiegoAOR West of the Mississippi + PACOM
6CPPD CONUS Locations = CPPD Headquarters = CPPD Detachments = Learning Sites= Navy College Sites
7CPPD Worldwide Locations = Learning Sites= Navy College Sites
8CPPD Navy Reserve Regions Mid-WestNorthwestMid-AtlanticSoutheastSouthwest= Navy Reserve Sites= Joint Locations
9CPPD Areas of Responsibility Voluntary Education (VOLED) Personal DevelopmentResponsible for delivering non-rating specific training, tools and information to Sailors and their families in the subject areas of Interpersonal Relationships, Individual Character, Risk Management (off-duty), Health and Wellness, Personal Financial Management and Lifelong Learning.Professional DevelopmentResponsible for the delivery of Navy Career Counselor (NCC) Course and Enlisted and Officer formal leadership development opportunities including Individual on-line, Command Delivered and In-Residence courses and training material.NETC executive agent for Instructor Development to include the Work Space Trainer, Journeyman Instructor Courses and the Master Training Specialist program.Provides ISIC oversight for the Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat Course and Command Leadership School in Newport, Rhode Island.Voluntary Education (VOLED)Responsible for executing the Navy VOLED program, including Navy College Offices, Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) Academic Skills, USMAP, and the “virtual” Navy College Center.Special advisor on VOLED matters to academia, industry and public sector organizations per NETC direction.
10CPPD Courses and Programs Personal DevelopmentCommand Managed Equal OpportunityCommand Training Team IndoctrinationNavy Military TrainingPersonal Financial ManagementBEARINGSCommand DAPAAlcohol AWARERisk ManagementPREVENTADAMS for Supervisors Facilitator TrainingADAMS for SupervisorsADAMS for LeadersGeneral Military Training (CMD)Voluntary EducationTuition AssistanceNavy College Education CounselorsAcademic SkillsNavy College Virtual CenterSMART transcriptsDistance Learning PartnershipsNavy College Program for Afloat College EducationUSMAPGraduate Education/Advanced Education VouchersProfessional DevelopmentCommand Master Chief (CMC)/Chief of the Boat (COB)Spouse Course for CMC/COB CourseDivision OfficerDepartment HeadProspective Commanding Officer (PCO) CourseProspective Executive Officer (PXO) CourseSpouse course for PCO/PXO CourseMajor Command CourseNavy Career Counselor SchoolWork Space TrainerJourneyman Instructor Training (JIT)Master Training Specialist (MTS) ProgramLeadership Facilitator Training Course (FACTRAC)Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course (CMD)Petty Officer Second Class Selectee Leadership Course (CMD)Petty Officer First Class Selectee Leadership Course (CMD)Chief Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course (CMD)
11Enlisted Leadership Development Continuum In-Residence TrainingExecutivePossible 360° FeedbackFLT/FORCMIndependent DevelopmentCommandPCLW & EBCExecutive CourseCMC/COBCommand Delivered TrainingAdvancedCMC/COB CourseLCPOSenior Enlisted AcademyCPO Mess TrainingPrimaryB. ENLISTED LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COURSESTHE PETTY OFFICER (sel) LEADERSHIP COURSE (POSLC)WILL REPLACE THE PETTYOFFICER INDOCTRINATION COURSE (POINDOC) AND IS IS COMMAND-DELIVEREDTRAINING THAT SUPPORTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROSPECTIVE THIRD CLASS PETTY OFFICERS.POINDOC COMPLETION IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO FROCKING. A BEST PRACTICE IS TO PROVIDE THISTRAINING TO ALL E-4 ELIGIBLE PERSONNEL.(2) THE WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR LEADERSHIP COURSE (WCSLC) SUPPORTS SAILORS(TYPICALLY E4 AND E5) WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR ASSIGNMENT TO FIRST LINE LEADERSHIPPOSITIONS WITHIN THE CHAIN OF COMMAND (E.G., WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR, FLIGHT LINELEADER, OR CREW LEADER) AND ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT, ANDDAILY DIRECTION OF SUBORDINATES. THESE LEADERS WILL ATTEND THE 40-HOUR WCSLC AT ACNL LEARNING SITE PRIOR TO ASSIGNMENT TO THESE POSITIONS. DUE TO THE INHERENTLEADERSHIP REQUIREMENTS OF ALL PETTY OFFICERS, ALL COMMANDS SHOULD ENSURE SAILORSCOMPLETE THIS COURSE AT THE EARLIEST OPPORTUNITY.(3) THE LEADING PETTY OFFICER LEADERSHIP COURSE (LPOLC) SUPPORTS SAILORS(TYPICALLY E5 AND E6) WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR ASSIGNMENT TO PRIMARY LEADERSHIPPOSITIONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PLANNING AND EXECUTION OF DIVISIONAL FUNCTIONS (E.G.,LPO, SQUAD LEADER, OR ASST PLATOON COMMANDER). THESE LEADERS WILL ATTEND THE 40-HOUR LPOLC AT A CNL LEARNING SITE PRIOR TO ASSIGNMENT TO THESE POSITIONS.(4) THE CHIEF PETTY OFFICER (sel) LEADERSHIP COURSE (CPOSLC) WILL SUPPORT CHIEF PETTYOFFICER (CPO) SELECTEES IN THEIR TRANSITION TO CPO. CPOLC WILL BE COMMAND-DELIVEREDTRAINING AND WILL REPLACE THE CURRENT CPO INDOCTRINATION COURSE.(5) THE LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER LEADERSHIP COURSE (LCPOLC) SUPPORTS SAILORS(TYPICALLY E7) WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR ASSIGNMENT TO ADVANCED LEADERSHIP POSITIONSRESPONSIBLE FOR THE ADMINISTRATION, SUPERVISION, AND TRAINING OF DIVISIONAL AND/ORDEPARTMENTAL PERSONNEL. THIS INCLUDES THE PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL GROWTH OFPERSONNEL WITHIN THAT DIVISION AND/OR DEPARTMENT (E.G., DIVISION/DEPARTMENT LCPO,OPERATIONS CHIEF, FLIGHT DECK SUPERVISOR, AND PLATOON COMMANDER). THESE LEADERSWILL ATTEND THE 40-HOUR LCPOLC AT A CNL LEARNING SITE PRIOR TO ASSIGNMENT TO THESEPOSITIONS.(6) THE SENIOR ENLISTED ACADEMY COURSE (SEAC) SUPPORTS THE PROFESSIONALDEVELOPMENT OF SENIOR AND MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS. THE CURRICULUM PROVIDESEXTENSIVE PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION, LEADERSHIP, AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENTOPPORTUNITIES THAT WILL PREPARE GRADUATES FOR LARGE DEPARTMENT RESPONSIBILITIES.SEAC IS DELIVERED AS A SIX-WEEK RESIDENT PROGRAM IN NEWPORT, RI. A NON-RESIDENTVERSION OF SEAC (SEAC-NR) UTILIZES DISTANCE EDUCATION FOLLOWED BY A TWO-WEEKRESIDENT PROGRAM IN NEWPORT, RI. SEAC AND SEAC-NR QUOTAS WILL INCREASESIGNIFICANTLY OVER THE NEXT 12 MONTHS. SEA SELECTION AND ASSIGNMENT POLICY WILL BEPROMULGATED SEPCOR.NOTE: ATTENDANCE AT THE US AIR FORCE SENIOR NCO-ACADEMY (USAFSNCOA) OR U.S.ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY (USASMA) IS CONSIDERED EQUIVALENT TO ATTENDANCE ATTHE SEAC.4(7) THE COMMAND MASTER CHIEF/CHIEF OF THE BOAT LEADERSHIP COURSE (CMC/COBLC)SUPPORTS PROSPECTIVE COMMAND MASTER CHIEFS/CHIEFS OF THE BOAT(NEC 9580/9579)RESPONSIBLE FOR MISSION EXECUTION, ADMINISTRATION, SUPERVISION, AND TRAINING OFCOMMAND PERSONNEL, TO INCLUDE THE PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL GROWTH OF PERSONNELWITHIN THAT COMMAND. CMC/COB-LC IS DELIVERED AS A TWO-WEEK IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAMBY THE SENIOR ENLISTED ACADEMY AT THE COMMAND LEADERSHIP SCHOOL IN NEWPORT, RI.COMPLETION OF THE SEAC, SEA-NR, USAFSNCOA, OR USASMA IS A PREREQUISITE FOR THECMC/COB-LC.(8) THE ENLISTED EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (EELDP) SUPPORTS CNODIRECTED,FORCE, AND FLEET MASTER CHIEFS. EELDP IS DELIVERED THROUGH A SERIES OFEXECUTIVE LEVEL LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES. EELDP HELPSPREPARE LEADERS FOR THE MOST CHALLENGING ENLISTED LEADERSHIP POSITIONS IN THE NAVY.C. SPOUSE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COURSE(1) THE CMC/COB SPOUSE LEADERSHIP COURSE IS A FIVE-DAY COURSE SCHEDULED DURINGTHE SECOND WEEK OF EACH CONVENING OF THE CMC/COB LEADERSHIP COURSE THAT PROVIDESINFORMATION AND TRAINING FOR SPOUSES OF CMCS/COBS. ATTENDANCE IS STRICTLY LIMITEDTO SPOUSES OF CMC/COB STUDENTS IN THE CONCURRENT CLASS LOCATED IN NEWPORT, RI.D. LEADERSHIP CURRENCY COURSE. TO SUPPORT CONTINUOUS LEARNING AND ENSURELEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CURRENCY OF ALL OUR LEADERS, AN ADDITIONAL COURSE IS BEINGDEVELOPED FOR OFFICERS AND ENLISTED LEADERS THAT WILL ADDRESS THE LATESTLEADERSHIP CHALLENGES, PROGRAMS AND POLICIES. THIS CURRENCY COURSE IS UNDERDEVELOPMENT AND ITS STATUS WILL BE POSTED ON NKO.Leading Chief Petty Officer (LCPOLC)LPOLeadership Currency Course (Future development)Chief Petty Officer (sel) (CPOSLC) & Induction SeasonFirst Line LeaderLeading Petty Officer(LPOLC)WCSCommon Continuum forAC and RC PersonnelWork Center Supervisor (WCSLC)Petty Officer (sel) (POSLC)
12Voluntary EducationNavy Voluntary Education professionals provide educational services world-wide, anytime, anyplace to Sailors and their family members supporting their life-long goals and the Navy’s mission.
13Navy College NetworkThe Voluntary Education Directorate is responsible for administering the Navy Voluntary Education programs, to include Navy College Offices.52 Navy College Offices (NCO) Worldwide, located in Fleet concentration areas provide support and counseling to Sailors and their families.The Six Regions are:Northeast/Europe (Naples, Italy)Southeast (Norfolk, VA)Southwest (San Diego, CA)Western (Bangor, WA)Gulf Coast (Jacksonville, FL)Far East (Yokosuka, Japan)
15Other CPPD ResourcesAs CPPD attempts to foster an environment of good decision making, there are a number of resources and opportunities for Sailors to take advantage of:CPPD manages the Career Development, Personal Development, Leadership and parts of the Learning Pages on NKO.CPPD owns and operates the LIFELines Web Page.CPPD maintains Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) for courses we deliver.CPPD distributes Encompass, a monthly to all fleet leaders, spotlighting new information and recent changes to policy and training that affect pertinent subject matter for CPPD.
18Drug and Alcohol Courses Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA)Alcohol AWAREAlcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Supervisors TrainingAlcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Facilitators TrainingAlcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Leaders TrainingPersonal Responsibility and Values Education and Training (PREVENT)
19Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA) / S-501-0100 Course Description: 4-day course provides Fleet ADCO and DAPA candidates the necessary training to manage command prevention, conduct administrative screenings, and monitor aftercare programs.Course Locations:735N CPPD Det San Diego (TCT)735P CPPD Det San Diego (MTT)735R CPPD Det Norfolk (TCT)735S CPPD Det Norfolk (MTT)Course Requirements: OPNAVINST C - mandatory facilitated course for all ADCO and DAPA candidates.Annual Convenings/ Throughput:FY’06: 49 / 1618FY’07: 27 / 1310Items/ Issues: Course revision in progress to include more scenarios and “hands on” practical application.
20Alcohol AWARE / SCourse Description: 4 hour command level course delivered by DAPAs or ADAMS Facilitators, used within commands, in whole, in part, or in any manner that best suits the command’s alcohol abuse prevention and de-glamorization efforts.Course Locations:744H Norfolk (TCT)744G Command DeliveredCourse Requirements: OPNAVINST C - for all junior enlisted (E1 – E4) and junior officers (01 -03), to be conducted within 2 yrs of accession. Strongly recommended for ADCOs.Annual Convenings/ Throughput:FY’06: / 10,432FY’07: 246 / 6,922Items/Issues:- Currently, no standardized training for fleet DAPA’s conducting the Alcohol AWARE training.- CIN is used to identify completion of the course but commands must submit student rosters to CPPD to ensure students get credit for course completion.
21Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Supervisors Training/ S-501-0120 Course Description: 1day course designed to provide Navy supervisors with knowledge and skills in alcohol and drug abuse prevention, recognition and documentation, intervention and aftercare.Course Locations:00BD Mayport (VTT) 03AW Mayport (TCT)992V Norfolk (VTT) B Norfolk (TCT)736C Norfolk (MTT) Norfolk (AEC)736D San Diego (TCT) 736E San Diego (MTT)8042 San Diego (AEC)Course Requirements: OPNAVINST C – training for all E5 and above personnel in first line supervisory positions. Strongly recommended for ADCOs.Annual Convenings/ Throughput:FY’06: 468 / 13,781FY’07: 429 / 10,286Items/issues:CIN is used to identify completion of the course and commands must submit student rosters to CPPD to ensure students get credit for course completion.
22Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Facilitators Training/ S-501-0110 Course Description: 3 day course for E-6/ 0-3 and above to facilitate the ADAMS for Supervisors course to the fleet.Course Locations:03AV Mayport (TCT)735Z Norfolk (TCT)7360 Norfolk (MTT)7363 San Diego (TCT)736A San Diego (MTT)Course Requirements: OPNAVINST C. All candidates should have attended the ADAMS for Supervisors course prior to attending.Annual Convenings/ Throughput:FY’06: 39 / 800FY’07: 26 / 775Items/ Issues: None
23Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers/Supervisors (ADAMS) for Leaders Training/ S-501-0130 Course Description: 4 hour training course for all CO’s, XO’s, CMC’s, and Department Heads 04 and above. The course focuses on managing substance abuse issues at the command and community level. It is a practical leadership course in the prevention and de-glamorization of alcohol abuse and the deterrence of drug use.Course Locations:03AX Mayport (TCT)739Z Norfolk (TCT)7400 Norfolk (MTT)7401 San Diego (TCT)7402 San Diego (MTT)Course Requirements: OPNAVINST C – states that this is a once in a career requirement. Strongly recommended for ADCOs.Annual Convenings/ ThroughputFY’06: 51 / 695FY’07: 36 / 551Items/ issues: None
24Personal Responsibility and Values Education and Training (PREVENT) / S-501-0150 Course Description: 3 Day Course / Target Audience: year olds.Provides junior Sailors a source of pertinent information about the DON policies and how to turn training into action with decision making, goal setting, and communication skills.Currently contract taught by Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) .CPPD/ CNL military facilitators are being trained to conduct 370 FY09 PREVENT classes.Course Locations: 16 sites744F NS NORFOLK, VA 774A NAS LEMOORE NAS JACKSONVILLE, FL774P NS SAN DIEGO 7740 NHCS GREAT LAKES, IL 774R SB NLON CAA CTR, CT7741 NAVSTA ROTA 774S YOKOSUKA, JAPAN 7744 NAS SIGONELLA774T CBC GULFPORT, MS 7745 NAVHOSP NAPLES, ITALY 774U PEARL HARBOR, HI7747 NUPWRTRA CHASN, SC 774V NS INGLESIDE, TX NAS PENSACOLA, FL980D SILVERDALE, WACourse Requirements: OPNAVINST C – All Navy members in the targeted age group should attend PREVENT (or comparable course) during first enlistment. Strongly recommended for ADCOs.Annual Convenings/ Throughput:FY’06: / 20,724FY’07: 1025/ 18,833Items/Issues: None