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Training

trainpic.pngWelcome to your one stop shop for Mandatory Training, Required Training,  and continuing education using the Civilian Education System (CES).

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Mandatory "Online" Training (AR 350-1)

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  • Anti-Terrorism Level 1 Training

    (CAC Required or Register) This web-based training is sponsored by the Joint Staff in coordination with the Military Services. Completion of this training meets the annual requirement for Level I Antiterrorism Training prescribed by DoDI 2000.16. 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. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours

  • Combat Trafficking In Persons (CTIP)

    (CAC Required) 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 training is intended to increase everyone's awareness of that issue and to help serve to end it. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 1.5 hours

  • Constitution Day

    (No CAC Required) Is designed to assist employees on recognizing the major political events that necessitated the writing of the U.S. Constitution, identify the basic concepts embodied in the U.S. Constitution, and recall the direct link that DoD employees have with the U.S. Constitution. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 30 minutes

  • EEO/No Fear

    (CAC Required or AKO Login) Training can be delivered Face-to-Face or Online. This course contains mandatory training regarding Equal Employment Opportunity, Army anti-harassment policy, No FEAR and Prohibited personnel practices, including whistleblower protection laws. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours

    Instructions: Non-supervisors register for: EEO-203A; Supervisors register for: EEO-203B
    Cut (Ctrl+c) and Paste (Ctrl+V) into Search in order to find class.
  • INFOSEC

    This training provides individuals an understanding of the information systems security policies, roles, responsibility, practices, procedures and concepts. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 30 minutes

    Instructions: Go to the Quick Course Search and type in Information Security Program Training or Cut (Ctrl+c) and Paste (Ctrl+V) into Search in order to find class.
  • OPSEC

    (No CAC Required) This is an interactive web-based course that provides OPSEC awareness for military members, government employees, contractors and dependents. The course provides information on how to protect unclassified information regarding operations and personal information. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours

  • Risk Management Civilian Basic Course (DL)

    (CAC Required to Register) This is a one-time requirement course that is designed to assist individuals to properly analyze environments/training/missions/duties etc. for potential hazards. Provides proper methods and techniques needed to mitigate hazards. FREQUENCY: Initial course then Annual unit/section level refresher training. TIME TO COMPLETE: 4 hours

    Instructions: Go to the Quick Course Search and type in 2G-F104_DL or Cut (Ctrl+c) and Paste (Ctrl+V) into Search in order to find class.
  • SHARP Phase 1

    (CAC Required or AKO Login) This course is the self-study portion of the mandatory annual SHARP training and is an interactive multimedia instruction designed to enhance Soldiers and Civilians awareness of the behaviors that constitute sexual harassment and sexual assault. It will demonstrate strategies for intervention and allow users to practice making decisions and taking action in a safe, virtual environment so that they can successfully intervene to stop sexual harassment and sexual assault. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 1.5 hours

    Instructions: Type in the search bar: Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Standing Strong Training (Version FY 15). Or Cut (Ctrl+c) and Paste (Ctrl+V) into Search inorder to find class.

Mandatory "Face-To-Face" Training (AR 350-1)

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  • Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

    - This is a Face to Face course. ASAP is formerly known as the Army Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Control Program is to educate and train Soldiers and Civilians about drugs and alcohol and the potential pact/consequences of use and/or abuse. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours (Click here for Schedule)

  • EEO/No Fear

    This training is targeted toward all employees to provide training on defining sexual harassment, identifying incidents of sexual harassment, and taking responsibility for prevention. Training will include opportunities for role-play and discussion around cases designed to discriminate between gender discrimination and sexual harassment.
    2017: 9 JAN, 27 JAN, 3 FEB, 10 FEB & 24 FEB
    The non-supervisor course will be offered from 0900-1100 and the Supervisor course will be offered 1300-1500 on the above dates.
    The trainings will be held in the Auditorium of the Ed Center.
  • SHARP

    - This course is delivered Face to Face. This is a Face-to Face course. This course is specifically designed to teach civilian on the proper way to intervene when someone is exposed to harassment and/or has been sexually assaulted. This training focuses on the different ways to report, receive help, and where to look for resources. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 1.5 hours (Click here for Schedule)

  • Suicide Prevention

    - This is a Face to Face course. This course is designed to offer training and resources to all personnel who would be able to assist in saving another’s life from the individual's own self harm. This course is open to all employees. FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours (Click here for Schedule)

  • Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)

    - The Fort Campbell Field Office currently conducts open TARP briefings at 2702 from 0930-1030. These briefings are offered on a first come first serve basis!!! FREQUENCY: Annual TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours

    2017: 11 JAN, 22 FEB, 29 MAR, 26 APR, 31 MAY, 28 JUN, 26 JUL, 30 AUG, 27 SEP, 25 OCT, 29 NOV, 27 DEC 2017
    All classes will be in the Building 2702 (The Soldier Support Center across from the PX) Classroom A from 0930-1030.
  • Training Stand-up Day

    - (Click here for Schedule)

  • Transgender Training.

    - Each Garrison Directorate will conduct a Train the Trainer (T3) system to educate and train their GS civilians on the Army’s policy on the military service of transgender Soldiers. (Click here for Training Slides)

Required Training (as applicable)

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  • Contracting Officer Representative (COR)

  • CLM-003 Ethics (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 1 hour
    CLC-222 (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 1 hour

  • Defense Travel System (DTS)

  • Training Guide   Travelers Assistance    A - Z Guide

    Call Garrison POC Julie Parsons at 798-3214 for more information.

    (CAC Required) for all Training:

    DTS Basic - TIME TO COMPLETE: 1.5 hours
    DTS Travel Documents - TIME TO COMPLETE: 1.5 hours
    Program & Policies Travel Policies - TIME TO COMPLETE: 75 minutes
    Program & Policies Travel Card Program - TIME TO COMPLETE: 1 hour
    AO/RO DTS Approval Process - TIME TO COMPLETE: 1.5 hours
    AO/RO Training for Accountable Officials and Certifying Officers - TIME TO COMPLETE: 1.5 hours

    Instructions: Registration & Printing Guide
  • Digital Training Management System – DTMS Knowledge Base – Face-to-Face

    Employees can contact Kylie Perrine at 798-6711 for more information.

    (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours

  • Defense Civilian Pay System (DCPS)/ATAAPS

    Employees can contact Kristle Roen at 798-5575 for more information.

    DCPS Security Training (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours
    Timekeeper Training (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 1 hour
    Privacy Act Program and Discloser Considerations Training Army Learning Management System (CAC Required ) TIME TO COMPLETE: 1 hour

  • Government Computer/Network Access

    Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
    FREQUENCY: Annually/April (Fort Campbell conducts Annual audit in April)TIME TO COMPLETE: 30 minutes
    • On the right side of the Fort Campbell Intranet home page under Fort Campbell Links, select “Fort Campbell Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) - 2016”.
    • You will need to read the entire AUP policy letter, complete additional training in Section VI and digitally sign the document.
    • You will need to upload this to ATCTS or send a copy to your Training Coordinator/ATCTS Manager.

    DoD Cyber Awareness Training (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 30 minutes

  • Government Purchase Card (GPC)

    Employees can contact Kimberley Lee at 798-7808 for more information.

    CLG-001 (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 3 hours
    CLM-003 (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours
    CLG-004 (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 3 hours
    CLG-005 (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 4 hours
    CLG-006 (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 hours
    GSA SmartPay Purchase Card Training (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 1 hour

  • HIPPA Annual/Initial Refresher Training

    Designated for anyone. This is an 1 hour long training that will offer credit for both initial training and refresher training for anyone who needs/requires HIPPA training. This training walks through the Privacy Act and the rights and violations that of handling PII. This training is on JKO and once you reach the login page on JKO this training is listed under the "My Training Tab" about halfway down the page. Click on the HIPPA course, enroll, then launch course.
  • Safety

    IMCOM: Employees can contact Mark Blankenship at 956-0876 for more information.
    FORSCOM: Employees can contact Mike Rude at 931-220-6675 for more information.
    Log into ALMS and type “Safety” into the search and the course will populate. Enroll as needed.

    Army Avoidance Course - Only applies to employees who drive or operate AMV/GSA vehicles. Required every four years. (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 1 hour

    Employee Safety Course - This course is required for all non-supervisory employees. One time requirement. (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 3 hours

    Manager Safety Course - This course is required for Managers that do not have rating responsibilities. One time requirement. (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 3 hours

    Supervisor Safety Course - This course is required for Supervisors with rating responsibilities. One time requirement. (CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 3 hours

    Commander's Safety Course - This course is required for IMCOM Military Commanders. One time requirement.(CAC Required) TIME TO COMPLETE: 8 hours

  • Security Training - Managing Personnel with Clearance/Access to Classified Information

    This training is designed to assist Supervisors/Manager/Leads in properly handling employees and Soldiers who supervise personnel with Security Clearances. This training helps train the supervisors on how to handle instances such a security breach, personnel issues with an individual, and help Command Groups determine what be the next courses of action. Time is about 30 mins. Training is found on ALMS.
  • Suicide Prevention

    Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) (I) - Course is designed for supervisors and is a one-time requirement. Contact Mr. Joe Varney at 412 -6825 for future dates and details.

Civilian Education System (CES)

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  • Foundation Course (All grades hired after Sep 2006)

    - This is a Distant Learning course designed for all employees GS1-GS15 to participate in self-paced (not to exceed 6 Months) course consisting of modules that provide an orientation to being an Army Civilian and an introduction to the Army. FREQUENCY: INITIAL ENTRY- ONE TIME REQUIREMENT TIME TO COMPLETE: 44 ACAD hours

  • Basic Course (GS1-9)

    - The BC consists of a dL course and a two week resident course. The resident course will be taken after successful completion of the dL course and takes place in a university setting encompassing a classroom environment and small group seminars. The dL phase must be completed prior to taking the resident phase. The time length between completing the dL course and beginning the resident course should not exceed 180 days. FREQUENCY: ONE TIME REQUIREMENT TIME TO COMPLETE: 2 weeks

  • Intermediate Course (GS10-12)

    - This course is focused on preparing Army Civilians for increased responsibilities to exercise direct and indirect leadership and supervision. It will enhance your ability to lead people and manage human and financial resources. You will be able to develop a cohesive and effective organization. You will increase your ability to be flexible and resilient while accomplishing the mission. Program Details The IC consists of a dL course and a three-week resident course. FREQUENCY: ONE TIME REQUIREMENT TIME TO COMPLETE: 3 weeks

  • Advanced Course (GS13-15)

    - This course is designed for Civilian leaders in permanent appointment supervisor or managerial positions and who are adaptive, innovative, self-aware, and capable of effectively leading a complex organization, guiding programs, and managing associated resources. The training focus is on strategic thinking and assessment, change management, developing a cohesive organization, managing a diverse workplace, and management of resources. FREQUENCY: ONE TIME REQUIREMENT TIME TO COMPLETE: 4 weeks

  • CESL (GS14-15)

    - The CESL is conducted through blended learning - pre-course work and a 4.5-day resident course. The resident course consists of both small and large group activities. The course structure is a combination of guest speakers and interactive exercises on subjects like National Security Personnel Challenges, Strategic Thinking, Knowledge Management, and Cultural Well Being. Updates on Army initiatives are also included in the program. FREQUENCY: ONE TIME REQUIREMENT TIME TO COMPLETE: 4.5 days

  • Supervisor Development Course (All Supervisors)

    - This course is entirely Distance Learning. Students have 120 days from the time of enrollment to complete this course. Once 120 days has passed, the course will no longer be accessible and students will have to register again. There a final test at the end of the course. Students must score at least an 80% to pass the course and will have two opportunities to pass the test. FREQUENCY: ONCE EVERY 3 YEARS TIME TO COMPLETE: 39 ACAD hours

  • Resident Supervisor Development Course (All Supervisors)

    - This four day course is designed to arm supervisors on Fort Campbell with the knowledge and information they will need to best lead the installation workforce. It is a onetime requirement for all supervisors. Please note that this course is NOT in lieu of the mandatory online Supervisor Development Course. Send seat requests to Mr. Scott Galbraith at scott.b.galbraith.civ@mail.mil FY 17 Class Schedule: 05-08 DEC 2016, 07-10 MAR 2017, 27-30 JUN 2017, and 12-15 SEP 2017.

CES Equivalency/Constructive Credit

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  • Equivalent Credit - Employees who have equivalent Professional Military Education (PME), Civilian legacy or other-service PME courses that are NOT listed on their ATRRS training record may manually upload the certificate(s) in CHRTAS to gain equivalent credit for CES courses. See Legacy Course Lists.

  • Constructive Credit - Course credit may be granted to individuals who clearly demonstrate the requisite competencies and have achieved the same learning outcomes as the comparable CES course; training with other services, academic training, or supervisory experiences. Click the appropriate legacy list below.

  • Apply for credit via CHRTAS

Employee Assistance Program

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The EAP is a job–based program designed to help employees, and their family members whenever feasible, with problems that may affect their well–being and their ability to do their jobs through short-term counseling and employee-engagement training. POC: Mr. John Bergamn, (john.e.bergman2.civ@mail.mil) or call 270-412-6000.

  • Resilient Employee - The purpose of the Resilient Employee series is designed to develop and enhance the personal resilience of every attendee. Resilience is the ability of people to cope with stress and crisis, and then rebound quickly. Highly resilient people have stress-resistant personalities. They don't fall apart during crisis; they're able to cope well with adversity, and learn valuable lessons from their tough experience.
    Attendees for this training series learn to build resilience through development of:
    • A strong sense of purpose.

    • A healthy sense of control.

    • Healthy Perceptions

    • Healthy Self-confidence and concepts of self.

    • Humor

    • Sound problem-solving strategies.

  • Team Building Training for Organizations. - One of the most powerful reasons for team building is to get results. Through a series of planned team building events that are fun and motivational, teams build skills like communication, planning, problem-solving and conflict resolution. The EAP provides team bonding ideas, training and experiences that work to help Supervisors and Managers facilitate long term team building through fostering genuine connections, deeper discussions and processing.
    To schedule team-building training and events, you can email your request to Mr. John Bergman, (john.e.bergman2.civ@mail.mil) or call 270-412-6000.