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Ft Stewart/HAAF Garrison Civilian Employee Mandatory Training Requirements, effective 1 July 2018, version 3.

Civilian Employee Mandatory Training requirements will be accomplished by all new employees, and then annually and biennially by all employees as indicated below: (list of courses in alphabetical order)

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Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP)

Description: This course educations staff on the signs and symptoms of alcohol and drug abuse. 

Required: All FMWR personnel (FLEX Employees exempt).

Frequency: Annually.

Log In Method/Accessibility: Create or Login with CAC or follow instructions for I DO NOT have a CAC. Register and complete Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention training online by logging in hereSearch under Course Catalog Tab, entering prefix "JS", Course Number "US011", or Title "Joint Staff Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention" (1 hr) training to enroll.

 

Anti-Terrorism (AT) Level 1 Awareness Training

Description: The purpose of this training is to increase your awareness of terrorism and to improve your ability to apply personal protective measures. It also provides links to resources you can use in the future.

Required: All FMWR Employees (FLEX Employees exempt).

Frequency: Initially, then Biennially (every other year).

Log In Method/Accessibility: Create or Login with CAC or follow intructions for I DO NOT have a CAC. Register and complete online at https://jko.jten.mil . Search under Course Catalog tab, entering prefix "JS", Course Number "US007" or Title "Level I Antiterrorism Awareness Training" to enroll. (2 hrs) training.

 

Army Accident Avoidance Course (AAAC) *No Longer Required 

Description: An Army Accident Avoidance course is an online course that all personnel who drive Army vehicles are required to complete. This course provides safety information and tests the driving knowledge of Army personnel.

Frequency: Initially, then every 4 years

Log In Method/Accessibility: AKO login username and password or CAC. Accessible from any computer.

 

Automated Time Attendance Production System (ATAAPS)

Description: Applicable to those using the system for their or their employee timecards.  Search  JS –US031 Certifier; US032 Employee, or US033 Timekeeper

Frequency: As required

Log In Method/Accessibility: https://jkodirect.jten.mil/   Search (see requirement) based on your function

 

Civilian Education System Courses: (CES)

Description: The CES program is the Army’s leader development program for all Army civilians. It provides progressive and sequential education for Army Civilians at key positions throughout their careers. Courses of instruction are provided through Distance Learning (DL) and resident instruction. CES courses are to be taken in sequence over a period of time as Army Civilians progress through their careers. Who is required to attend and frequency is noted under each course title identified below:

Log In Method/Accessibility: Login with CAC for all courses. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Course applications are completed through CHRTAS. You must create an account online at https://atrrs.army.mil/channels/chrtas. Instructions can be found at http://usacac.army.mil/organizations/cace/amsc/registration

Help: [email protected]

 

CES Foundation Course (Distance Learning-only)

Description: The Foundation Course goal is to provide Army Civilians with an orientation to leader development concepts, build their careers and become Army Civilian leaders. The course objectives are to understand U.S. Army leadership doctrine; increase self-awareness, as it relates to their profession; understand team building, group dynamics, and effective communication; assess individual values and how they relate to professional ethics; understand how to manage professional advancement and leverage career potential; and complete administrative requirements expected of Army Civilians.

Required: Army Civilian Employee new hires in grades GS 1-15 and equivilqnt pay band/scale, hired on or after 1 Oct 2006.

Frequency: One Time (Must be completed within the first 180-days of employment).

 

CES Basic Course (Distance Learning-only option available)

Required: Army Civilian Supervisors in grades GS 1-9 and equivilqnt pay band/scale. Non-supervisors at the appropriate grade levels can attend in a voluntary status.

Frequency: One Time.

 

CES Intermediate Course 

Required: Army Civilian Supervisors in grades GS 10-12 and equivalent pay band/scale. Non-supervisors at the appropriate grade levels can attend in a voluntary status.

Frequency: One Time.

 

CES Advanced Course 

Required: Army Civilian Supervisors in grades GS 13-15 and equivalent pay band/scale. Non-supervisors at the appropriate grade levels can attend in a voluntary status.

Frequency: One Time.

 

CES Supervisor Development Course (SDC) (Distance Learning- only for APF employees; NAF employees take a face-to-face course.)

Required: Army Civilians in a supervisory position.  Must be completed within the first year of placement in a supervisory position in accordance with the probationary period. Employees enrolled in the SDC have 120 days to complete the course from the date of registration. If the course is not completed within this timeframe, employees will be required to re-register and restart the course.

Frequency: Initially, then re-certification within 3 years of previous completion.

 

Combating Trafficking in Persons Awareness (CTIP)

Description: This training deals frankly and candidly with the realities of trafficking in persons (TIP), which capitalizes on human misery and exploitation. To some people, being exposed to the details about trafficking in persons (TIP) may be considered distasteful. This TIP training addresses what some may see as an upsetting look at the realities of the problem. For all, that is the nature of the problem. This training is intended to increase everyone's awareness of that issue and to help serve to end it.

Required: All FMWR Employees (FLEX Employees exempt)

Frequency: Annually

Log In Method/Accessibility:  https://www.lms.army.mil  Search Combating Trafficking

Special Instructions: Training Instructions

 

Composite Risk Management (CRM)

Description: Risk Management is the process of identifying, assessing, and controlling risks arising from operational factors and making decisions that balance risk cost with mission benefits. The Army uses risk management (RM) to help maintain combat power while ensuring mission accomplishment in current and future operations. RM applies to both operations and to nonoperational activities.

Frequency: One Time

Log In Method/Accessibility: CAC login required. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Enter Course Number or Title and search.  Click on course number   2G-F104_DL (Composite Risk Management Civilian Basic ). Register.  Additional Safety Training can be found at https://safety.army.mil/TRAININGCOURSES/OnlineTraining.aspx

 

Constitution Day & Citizenship Day Foundation Course (Distance Learning-only)

Description: Knowing what is in the U.S. Constitution and why the Constitution is relevant to us today is fundamental to our being able to defend it. As federal civil servants supporting the Department of Defense, we have a special obligation to understand and appreciate the U.S. Constitution and the role we each play in providing 'for the common defense'.

Required: All FMWR Employees (FLEX Employees exempt)

Frequency: Initially

Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in with or without CAC. CAC NOT required. Accessible from any computer. Register and complete online at http://constitionday.cpms.osd.mil/ .

Special Instructions: Training content can be printed. The certificate is a fillable PDF. Type in name and date of training. Certificate can be saved on the computer or printed.

 

DOD Cyber Awareness Training

Description: The objectives of this training are listed as follows. Affect physical security of computer hardware and software. Limit access to computer equipment to authorized users only. Prevent computer fraud, waste and abuse. Implement effective contingency planning. Report security problems to the chain of command. Protect computer files from infection by malicious logic.

Required: All FMWR Employees requiring access to a Govt computer.

Frequency: Initially

Log In Method/Accessibility: Register and complete online at https://i.a.signal.army.mil/login.asp . 

Special Instructions: All personnel must successfully complete the training and the end of course test to receive full credit.to meet Army requirements, all personnel must complete the training and score 70% or greater on the Cyber Awareness Challenge test. One certificate will be generated upon successful completion of the training and test. This certificate will have the SIT Director's signature printed on it.

 

Ethics Training

 Description: The purpose of Ethics Training is "to enable employees to identify and deal with ethical problems developing their moral intuitions, which are implicit in everyday choices and actions.

Required: All FMWR Employees (FLEX Employees exempt)

Frequency: Initially, then annually

Log In Method/Accessibility: CAC Login. Register and complete online at https://www/jagcnet.army.mil/ by clicking on Legal Services, then selecting Initial Ethics Training for New Personnel under the Ethics sub-heading.

Special Instructions: Alternate method - https://www.jagnet.army.mil/ . Click on Legal Services tab, then click on Ethics tab, and click Online Training

 

Equal Opportunity, Anti-Harassment and No Fear

Description: Understand and know rights and remedies employees have under Federal anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, and whistle-blower protection laws.  This course MUST be taken online or given by a certified EEO staff member.

Required: All FMWR Employees to include FLEX emplyees.

Frequency: Initially by all NEW Employees. - two courses - one for supervisors, one for non-supervisors.

Then, Annually by all Supervisors or Biennially by Non-Supervisors ONLY.

Log In Method/Accessibility: Login with CAC to register for course on ATRRS.  Accessible from any computer.  Register online at https://www.atrrs.army.mil .

Special Instructions: Search for training by clicking Course Catalog and enter appropriate course that pertains to your status in the Course Number block.

EEO-203A, Army EEO, Anti-Harassment & NO FEAR Training (Non-Supervisors)

EEO-203B, Army EEO, Anti-Harassment & NO FEAR Training (Supervisors)

Once the registration has been approved, employees will receive an email and the training will be conducted using the Army Learning Management System (ALMS) platform.

 

Family & MWR Basic Management Course (Online)

Description: Successful management of an installation Family and MWR program requires that a new Family and MWR manager possesses a basic knowledge of Army Family and MWR philosophy, policies, and procedures. This course provides the new Family and MWR manager with this basic knowledge. It has been targeted for all new Family and MWR managers/employees who have fiscal and program management responsibilities and are assigned to a management position for the first time.

Required: All FMWR program managers

Frequency: One Time  (Must be completed within the first 30-days of employment)

Log In Method/Accessibility: Login username and password. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Must have an IMCOM Academy Account

 

Family & MWR Orientation Course (Online)

Description: The Family and MWR Orientation course is a requirement for everyone in Family and MWR to complete. If you are new to the U.S. Army and/or to Family and MWR, this course is essential in helping you understand your work environment.

Required: All FMWR personnel

Frequency: One Time (Must be completed within the first 30-days of employment)

Log In Method/Accessibility: Login username and password. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Must have an IMCOM Academy Account

 

Information Security Program Awareness

Description: This course provides an overview of personal security training for governmental personnel and contractor.

Required: All FMWR personnel

Frequency: Yearly

Log In Method/Accessibility: Login with CAC. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Available on the ALMS https://www.lms.army.mil/Saba/Web/Main  SEARCH for Information Security Program Awareness”

 

Introduction to the Family and MWR Delivery System (Online)

Description: The Family and MWR Delivery System (DS) is designed to foster the delivery of integrated, customer-focused programs geared to each Garrison’s unique needs. By understanding customers and offering programming to meet their needs, Family and MWR-DS can increase patron opportunities in a cost-effective manner, while making more efficient use of facilities and incorporating non-facility based programming. This course will provide Family and MWR employees with an understanding of Family and MWR-DS and it’s benefits to the organization.

Required: All Family and MWR employees at all levels of the organization, including Recreation, Business, Lodging, Child, Youth and School Services; ACS; or any Family and MWR Support Service.

Frequency: One Time  (Must be completed within the first 30-days of employment)

Log In Method/Accessibility: Login username and password. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Must have an IMCOM Academy Account

 

Operation Excellence  OPEX Customer Service

Description: Operation Excellence is Family and MWR’s standardized customer service training. Family and MWR is committed to providing service excellence to our Soldiers and Families that matches the quality of their service and sacrifice.

Required: All FMWR Employees

Frequency: Initial and annual refresher

Log In Method/Accessibility: Online or face to face. No Login required. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Must have an IMCOM Academy Account

 

Operations Security (OPSEC)

Description: This is an interactive web-based course that provides OPSEC awareness for military members, government employees, contractors and dependents. The course provides information on the basic need to protect unclassified information about operations and personal information to ensure safe and successful operations and personal safety.

Required: All FMWR Employees (FLEX Employees exempt).

Frequency: Initially and biennially (every other year) refresher.

Log In Method/Accessibility: Online or face to face. No Login required. Accessible from any computer. Register and complete online at https://www.lms.army.mil/ by clicking on the Mandatory Training link on the left-side menu, and selecting Launch next to Army OPSEC Level I (Newcomers and Refresher).

Special Instructions: Follow training Instructions.

 

Prevention of Work Place Violence  (Non-Supervisor)

Description: This course educations staff on workplace violence and how to minimize it.

Required: All non-supervisory FMWR personnel (FLEX Employees exempt)

Frequency: Yearly

Log In Method/Accessibility: Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: http://media.cpms.osd.mil/faslerd/employee/menu.htm

 

Prevention of Work Place Violence  (Supervisors)

Description: This course educations staff on workplace violence and how to minimize it.

Required: All supervisory FMWR personnel (FLEX Employees exempt)

Frequency: Yearly

Log In Method/Accessibility: Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: http://media.cpms.osd.mil/faslerd/employee/menu.htm

 

Safety Course (Non Supervisory)- Employee

Description:  Safety training required for all non-supervisory employees.

Required: All Non-Supervisory FMWR Employees to include FLEX employees

Frequency: One time

Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Scroll to ALMS, select the green "Launch ALMS" button. Search on left of screen for Course: Employee Safety Course. Begin Registration.

 

Safety Course - Manager

Description: Division Chiefs

Frequency: One time

Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Accessible from any computer.

Special Instructions: Look on the right side of the page for the “Most Requested” section. Click Online Training. Scroll to ALMS, click on the green “Launch ALMS" button. Accept the “ALMS User Agreement”. Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Click “Search” link on the left side of the page. Type “Manager Safety Course” in the search box. Select course link, hover over course title, and select “Registration for course”.

 

Safety Course - Supervisor

Description: Facility and Activity Managers

Frequency: One time

Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Available from any computer.

Special Instructions: Look on the right side of the page for the “Most Requested” section. Click Online Training. Scroll to ALMS, click on the green “Launch ALMS" button. Accept the “ALMS User Agreement”. Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Click “Search” link on the left side of the page. Type “Supervisor Safety Course” in the search box. Select course link, hover over course title, and select “Registration for course”.

 

Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) In-Person Training (Phase 1)

Description: This 3-hour face-to-face in person training provides Soldiers and DA Civilians with the tools necessary to identify, prevent, and respond to incidences of sexual harassment and sexual assault. This training must be completed prior to the online training.

Required: All FMWR Employees to include FLEX employees

Frequency: Annual (Please contact your supervisor)

 

 

Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) Online Training (Phase 2)

Description: This online training provides Soldiers and DA Civilians with the tools necessary to identify, prevent, and respond to incidences of sexual harassment and sexual assault. 

Please see your supervisor for date and times of available face to face training (Phase 1) if not noted above.

Frequency: Initially, then Biennially (every other year).

Required: All FMWR Employees to include FLEX employees

Log In Method/Accessibility: Log with CAC or AKO username and password. Available from any computer. Register and complete online at https://www.lms.army.mil/ by clicking on the Mandatory Training link on the left-side menu, and selecting Launch next to SHARP (Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention): Standing Strong or tray online at Army Learning Management System (ALMS) at https://www.lms.army.mil/Saba/Main. Employees may also attend the course in a face-to-face training capacity when available. Only one aspect (online OR face-to-face) is required.    

Special Instructions: Accessing Training InstructionsMust print the certificate of completion for tracking by directorate training coordinators or first line supervisors.

 

Suicide Prevention Training

Description: This course educations staff on the signs of a potential suicidal person and provides information on treatment and assistance.

Required: All FMWR personnel to include FLEX employees 

Frequency: Annually

Log In Method/Accessibility: Create or Login with CAC or follow instructions for I DO NOT have a CAC. Register and complete Suicide Prevention training online by logging on here. Search under Course Catalog tab, entering "JS", Course Number "US006C" or Title "Joint Staff Suicide Awareness -- Civilian Only" (1 hr) training to enroll.

 

Supervisor Development Course

Description: Required for supervisors of DA civilian personnel within one year of appointment, and every three years thereafter as a refresher.  IAW 350-1 and ALARACT 250/2011, DTG: R 011909Z Jul 11

Frequency: Every 3 Years

Log In Method/Accessibility: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/chrtas/   Instructions  http://usacac.army.mil/organizations/cace/amsc/registration

 

Sustainability Management System (SMS)

Description: This course educations staff on workplace violence and how to minimize it.

Required: All FMWR personnel (FLEX Employees exempt), Please contact your supervisor)

Frequency: Yearly

Log In Method/Accessibility: From a computer on the Ft. Stewart/HAAF LAN with CAC card

Note: the Sustainability Management Systems training site is broken. If you need to using the screen shot of the point at which the training "hangs up" as your certificate to validate course completion. If you are unable to access the Garrisons Intranet site, it is likely an issue with your browser settings. See instructions to correct.

  

Team Member Orientation TMO (Local Classroom)

 Description: This classroom course is delivered onsite at installations. The course is designed to integrate new employees into the Family and MWR culture. The orientation explores Family and MWR’s purpose, impact and commitment to service excellence, the role of new team members in the organization’s mission, and how we impact the lives of Soldiers and Families.

Required: All FMWR personnel.

Frequency: One Time  (Must be completed within the first 30-days of employment)

Log In Method/Accessibility: Login username and password. Accessible from any computer. Special Instructions: Must have an IMCOM Academy Account

 

Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)

Description: Threat awareness and education live training in accordance with AR 381-12 is designed to ensure that DA personnel recognize and report incidents and indicators of attempted or actual espionage, subversion, sabotage, terrorism or extremist activities directed against the Army and its personnel, facilities, resources, and activities.

Required: All FMWR Employees (FLEX Employees exempt). 

Frequency: Annual - Face to Face (1 hour) live trainingPlease contact your supervisor.

 

Administrative Links

Automated Time Attendance and Production System (ATAAPS) Entering, updating, & correcting employee work schedules.

Enterprise Webmail Remote access to your Enterprise email account.

Benefits & Services Links

Army Benefits Center-Civilian (ABC-C) The ABC-C provides automated benefits support to Army-serviced appropriated fund employees through the Employee Benefits Information System (EBIS) and trained benefits Specialists.

Civilian Personnel Online (CPOL) Homepage of the US Army Civilian Personnel

Defense Travel Management Office (DTS) Fully integrated, electronic, end-to-end travel management system that automates temporary duty travel (TDY) for the Department of Defense.

Electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF) The electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF) is the electronic version of your hardcopy employee official personnel folder, the official record of your Federal work career. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is leading a massive project to convert our paper personnel documents into an electronic format for easier access and management of our records through the use of Government computers. The eOPF system contains your personnel documents in a secure environment, allowing you immediate access and capability to search for documents located in your record.

myPay Department of Defense's online payroll and accounting system that allows a service member to view his or her pay account, view travel claims, make changes to withholding and allotments, and change Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) contributions.

Frequently Used Websites

USA Jobs  United States government's one-stop clearinghouse for civil service job opportunities with federal agencies.

Army Civilian Service Civilian employees provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations.

Avuecentral Search for federal jobs, create profiles, apply for opportunities, join talent communities.

Army Knowledge Online (AKO) Provides web-based enterprise information services to the United States Army, joint, and Department of Defense customers.

Army One Source (AOS) Program that provides resources and support to active-duty, National Guard and Reserve service members and their families anywhere in the world. The program is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at no cost to users..

Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE)The Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) system is a web-based tool that collects feedback on services provided by various organizations throughout the Department of Defense (DoD). The ICE system allows customers to submit online comment cards to provide feedback to the service providers they have encountered at military installations and related facilities around the world. How to Navigate the ICE System revised(.pdf) How to Retrieve Reports in ICE(.pdf)

Military One Source (MOS) Military OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, National Guard, and reserve members, and their families.

MWR Brand Central Access MWR logos, images and print and online media for programs and events.

Opportunity for Additional Hours

In order to be able to apply for additional hours you must register for a username and password. It may take up to 2 business days to receive a response.

This program is open to all MWR employees.

For more information please contact your supervisor or email our IT department.

Once you receive your log-in information you can view current open shifts on WebTrac.

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