Required Training for Officers
TCCC– All reserve HMs, PAs, Physicians, APNs, and Nurse generalists shall complete TCCC 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)
TNCC – All Nurse Corps officers must complete this training every 4 years.
C4 – C4 is a basic eight-day Tri-service continuing medical education program designed to enhance the operational medical readiness and pre-deployment trauma training skills of medical officers.
Go to the DMRTI website to select a course date. Complete the DMRTI course request form and the AT-ADT form (filling out the bottom portion as well since this is a school). Save the documents this way: RANK, LAST NAME, Corps, Course #, date submitted. Then, route the completed form to your detachment TO.
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.
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 (number DHA-US001) is accessible via JKO.
BLS – American Heart Association-approved training required to be renewed every 2 years. Must provide a copy of CPR card to DET TO, NOSC Medical Department Representative, and the Credentialing Office. Failure to maintain certification will result in an inability to provide clinical care and may result in administrative action.
ACLS – Required for specific provider specialty and practice areas. Requires renewal every 2 years
Dental Infection Control – required training for dental techs and dental officers. You must complete this training with your dental infection control officer.
Dental Sterilization – required training for dental techs and dental officers. The following training must be completed on SWANK:
- DentIST Rigid Container Systems for Sterilization – NM-17-DRCSS
- DentIST High-Level Disinfection – NM-17-DHLD
- Dental Instrument Sterilization Training (DentIST) (Consists of 5 modules) – NM-17-DIST
ODS Requirement for New Accessions
The new ODS requirement for new accessions will start 1 OCTOBER 2019. This will be a 5-week course.
Per NAVADMIN 101/19:
“The accession training requirement for reserve DCOs will be attendance of ODS in one continuous 5-week training period. However, ODS split option courses have been developed to more adequately support civilian professional schedules. A limited number of split option quotas will be available over two separate training periods throughout the year.