Belvoir Training Registry

Mandatory Training
On-line AMEDD Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and
(High Yield) Explosives (CBRNE) Training


CBRNE Instructions
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Policy Memorandum USAG 03-07 (Army Medical Department (AMEDD) Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and (High Yield) Explosives (CBRNE) Training Requirement)
   
On-line Annual Refresher Training For All Information System Users

Course Objective:
Background: Pursuant to Army Regulations 25-2, All Government Computer Users receive annual Information Assurance (IA) Training. The web-based course will be followed by a final examination and certificate printout, given to your organization’s Security Manager or Information Assurance Security Officer (IASO). For information, contact 703-805-5243, Fort Belvoir’s Security Education, Training and Awareness (SETA) Officer.

Target Audience:
All Government Computer Users

   
On-line Antiterrorism Training System

Course Objective:
Background: Pursuant to Army Regulation 525-13, F-1, All military and DoD civilians will receive annual AT awareness training. The web-based course will be followed by a certificate printout that is to be signed by a Level II certified Anti-Terrorism Officer (ATO). For more information contact 703-805-4004, the Fort Belvoir Anti-Terrorism Officer (ATO).

Target Audience:
Fort
Belvoir Employees
   
  Ethics Training

Acquisition Ethics Training

Acquisition Ethics Face-To-Face Training for Employees Required to Submit a Financial Disclosure Statement and all Contracting Officers.

Location: Wood Theater

Optional Face-To-Face Ethics Training

Personnel not required to attend face-to-face training have the option to attend a scheduled session or take the training online at training online. You will receive a completion certificate that must be forwarded to the Ethics Counselor. Keep a copy for your supervisor and one for your personnel records.

Face-To-Face Ethics Training

Location: Wood Theater

Overview/Description

The Secretary of the Army directed that all Active, National Guard, and Reserve soldiers, and Army civilian employees attend one hour of ethics training annually. The Office of the Staff Judge Advocate will conduct ethics training as specified above in compliance with this directive.

Target Audience

All military and DA civilian personnel.

   
On-line

"No FEAR" Act Training

Overview/Description

The Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002 (No FEAR Act), with an effective date of October 1, 2003, requires that federal agencies be more accountable for violations of antidiscrimination and whistleblower protection laws. This course will outline the rights federal employees have under antidiscrimination and whistleblower laws and provide details on how the No FEAR Act is being implemented. This course has been developed and maintained with subject matter support provided by the Labor, Employment, and Employee Benefits Law Group of the law firm of Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green PA.

Target Audience

Federal government employees; employees of federal agencies; supervisors of federal employees; managers of federal employees; employees who buy goods and services from the private sector for the federal government; employees who deal with the public who are looking to obtain permits, licenses, and address other regulatory needs.

   
On-line

The National Incident Management System (NIMS)

Course Objective:
The National Incident Management System (NIMS) requires all personnel involved in emergency preparedness, incident management or response to complete annual NIMS training. NIMS-related training is one of the important elements that federal, state, territorial, tribal and local entities must complete during Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 (1 Oct 2005-30 Sep 2006). This training will not end in FY06, it will continue to evolve as capabilities improve and security situations change. All new employees will need NIMS training and NIMS processes will have to be exercised in future years. NIMS implementation is a multi-year process which involves the National Response Plan (NRP), the Homeland Security Presidential Directive 8 and the National Infrastructure Protection Plan.

Target Audience:
All First Responders and Emergency Essential Personnel


   
Online OPSEC Training

Course Objective:
It's not a security program, it's a mindset.

Target Audience:
Fort
Belvoir Employees

For annual requirements, OPSEC is taught at each Installation Training Days event held quarterly. For more information please call 703-805-5239.

   
  2009 POSH Training (Face-To-Face)

Overview/Description
POSH, Reasonable Accommodation, ADR, Title VII Discrimination Complaints

Course Title: Training in POSH/ADR/Reasonable Accommodation

Dates/hours: Monthly as posted on the Web from 8-11 and 1-3

Location: Ft. Belvoir, Wood Theater

Registration Deadline: First Come/First Served

Cost: $0

Vendor: Ft. Belvoir Equal Employment Opportunity Office

Description: Training in the Prevention of Sexual Harassment, Alternate Dispute Resolution and reasonable accommodation

Benefits: Attendees receive the most up to date information concerning sexual harassment in the workforce, what the use of alternate dispute resolution and how to make reasonable accommodation.

Who should attend? All civilian employees and active duty who supervise civilians.

Course Manager: EEO Office 703-805-2006

Note: Individuals who require special services or accommodations due to a disability should advise this office immediately.


   
  Army Accident Avoidance Course (For Army Motor Vehicle Drivers)

Everyone who drives an Army vehicle must now complete a new online course designed to make people think about driving safer.

The Accident Avoidance Course is available through the Army Knowledge Online Learning Management Services. All Soldiers, civilian employees and contractor employees who drive Army-owned or leased vehicles must complete the training when they start working for the Army.

Refresher training must be completed every four years. The course meets the four-year refresher training requirements of Army Regulation 385-55 and Army Regulation 600-55.

To enroll for the online course, visit the Combat Readiness University (CRU).

Instructions:

1. To take the Army Traffic Safety Program, Accident Avoidance Course for (individuals driving government vehicles):

1a. If you are using a gov computer with a CAC card reader, login to AKO using your CAC and PIN.
b. From within AKO, click the drop down menu SELF SERVICE
c. Select MY TRAINING.
d. Click on the ALMS logo
e. Search for TRAFFIC SAFETY
f. Click on the course "Army Traffic Safety Program, Accident Avoidance Course for Army Motor Vehicle Dr"
g. Click Register.
h. Click Launch Content.

YOU MUST COMPLETE THE ENTIRE TRAINING MODULE IN ORDER TO PRINT A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION.

2. Prepare an NCIC background check document. Contact or stop by the TMP for a copy of the form or print a copy utilizing the link below:

NCIC background check form (pdf)

3. Turn-in the completed NCIC form and a copy of the DDC completion Certificate at the desk in the TMP building. Processing takes approximately five days.

4. The TMP will contact you when the NCIC returns from processing and the license has been prepared.

 
 
Installation Training Days

Installation Training Days is an avenue provided by the Garrison Training Division for the fulfillment of annual mandatory training requirements. These usually consist of two days located in Wood Theater, building 2120. This event is open to all on a walk-in basis. Attendees are required to sign-in as they enter the building for accountability of training. Copies of sign-in rosters can be requested by email @ dptmsbelvoirtraining@conus.army.mil. POC information is Training Division, DPTMS @ 703-805-5239.

Training Offered:

ACQUISITION ETHICS

ANNUAL ETHICS

INFORMATION SECURITY

SAEDA

POSH-EEO

ENVIRO MANAGEMENT

PRIVACY ACT TRAINING

AT LEVEL 1

INJURY COMPENSATION

OPSEC

SUBSTANCE ABUSE

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

 

On-line Annual Security Awareness Training

Course Objective:

Background: Pursuant to Executive Order 12958, Army Regulations 380-5, 380-67, 380-53, 381-12, 25-2, All military and DoD civilians will receive annual Security Awareness Training. The web-based course will be followed by a certificate printout that is to be printed and given to your organization’s Security Manager. For information, contact 703-805-5243, Fort Belvoir’s Security Education, Training and Awareness (SETA) Officer.

Target Audience:
Fort Belvoir Military, and Government Employees

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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