Training Requirements

FY 20 GMT Requirements

  • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Awareness (face to face)
  • Suicide Prevention (face to face)
  • Cyber Awareness Challenge (DOD-IAA-V17.0) on Navy eLearning
  • Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting (DON-CIAR-1.0) on Navy eLearning
  • Privacy Act (DON-PRIV-2.0) on Navy eLearning
  • Domestic Violence Prevention and Reporting (CPPD-GMT-DV-1.1)- per CNRFC on Navy eLearning
  • Combating Trafficking Persons (DOD-CTIP-3.0)- per NOSC JAX CO directive on Navy eLearning
  • GTTC Online Training – Travel Card 101 via this website. Then click on Course name: Programs and Policies Travel Card Program (Travel Card 101)
  • HIPAA training on JKO. Course name:  DHA-US001 – HIPAA and Privacy Act Training
  • Active Shooter (CNIC-TRTAS-1.1): Go to MNP. Then go to Professional Resources then Navy-eLearning)

Additional Required GMT

  • HMSB– All HMs shall maintain Hospital Corpsman Skills Basic (HMSB) proficiency and demonstrate the HMSB skills in a clinical settingat least every 2 years. There is an online component that must be completed prior to the skills competency assessment. Deficiencies could result in consideration for HM rating removal. (BUMEDINST 1510.23D)

  • EMWBT – All reserve HMs, PAs, Physicians, APNs, and Nurse generalists shall complete the Expeditionary Medicine Web Based Training (EMWBT) on Navy eLearning within 90 days of reporting to their first command. This is a one-time requirement only. (BUMEDINSTR 1510.25)

  • TCCC– All reserve HMs, PAs, Physicians, APNs, and Nurse generalists shall complete TCC training within 180 days prior to each Individual Augmentee (IA) or Health Services Augmentation Program (HSAP) deployment or every 3 years in order to maintain readiness. (BUMEDINSTR 1510.25)

  • TBI– Providers and clinical support staff who have not completed training, must do so within 90 days of reporting aboard. This course can accessed on Navy eLearning. (NAVMED POLICY 11-004)

  • CBRNE / EMPRC-The Emergency Medical Preparedness and Response Course (EMPRC) is tailored to our target audience in two versions (see below). Located on JKO.  Required every 3 years (BUMEDINSTR 3440.10).

    • Operator/Responder Course: First responders/receivers (e.g., general corpsmen, non-clinicians, MTF security personnel, MTF based Basic EMS).

    • Clinician Course: First responder/receiver clinicians, physicians, dentists, veterinarians, nurses, physician assistants, independent duty corpsmen.

  • FEMA- Federal Emergency Management Institute’s Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS) for Healthcare/Hospitals (ICS-100.HC) should be completed by the hospital personnel that would have a direct role in emergency preparedness, incident management, and/or emergency response during an incident. One time requirement. The course is accessible via this website.

  • HIPAA- The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Privacy Act training is required of all medical personnel. HIPAA must be completed within 30 days of on-boarding and annually, thereafter. The course is accessible via JKO.

  • BLS – American Heart Association-approved training required to be renewed every 2 years. Must provide copy of CPR card to DET TO, NOSC Medical Department Representative, and the Credentialing Office. Failure to maintain certification will result in inability to provide clinical care and may result in administrative action.

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