GENERAL MILITARY TRAINING

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FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//                                           
TO NAVADMIN                                                          
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UNCLAS//N01500//                                                     

NAVADMIN 386/11                                                      

MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/DEC//                            

SUBJ/GENERAL MILITARY TRAINING//                                     



REF/A/DOC/OPNAV/29DEC2006//                                          
REF/B/DOC/OPNAV/17MAR2010//                                          
REF/C/DOC/CNO/23SEP2011//                                            
REF/D/DOC/OPNAV/29APR2009//                                          
NARR/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1500.22F.  REF B IS THE PREVIOUS GMT         
NAVADMIN 098/10.  REF C IS CNO SAILING DIRECTIONS.  REF D IS         
OPNAVINST 1740.3C//                                                  

RMKS/1.  THIS NAVADMIN ESTABLISHES THE POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR THE 
EXECUTION OF THE COMMAND LEADERSHIP, INSTRUCTOR-LED GENERAL MILITARY 
TRAINING (GMT).  THIS MESSAGE SUPPLEMENTS AND MODIFIES THE POLICY    
AND PROCEDURES OF REF A THAT SPECIFICALLY DEAL WITH GMT TRAINING AND 
CANCELS REF B.  REF A IS CURRENTLY BEING REVISED.                    

2.   THESE CORE GMT LESSONS SUPPORT REF C, THE PRIORITY OF THE CNO   
TO QUOTE TAKE CARE OF OUR SAILORS, NAVY CIVILIANS AND THEIR FAMILIES 
UNQUOTE.  THESE LESSONS FOCUS ON:  RESPONSIBLE USE OF ALCOHOL        
RESPONSIBLE PERSONAL BEHAVIOR (EQUAL OPPORTUNITY; SEXUAL             
HARRASSMENT; GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES AND SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND  
RESPONSE), ASK-CARE-TREAT (COURSE ON INTRODUCTION TO SUICIDE         
PREVENTION), IMPROVING PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL 
STRESS CONTROL AND ARE CONSIDERED MANDATORY ANNUAL IN-PERSON         
TRAINING TO BE DELIVERED TO ALL UNIFORMED NAVY PERSONNEL.            

3.  IN LIGHT OF THE CRITICAL NATURE OF THESE CORE GMT LESSONS AND    
THE IMPORTANCE OF POSITIVE LEADERSHIP INVOLVEMENT, THE GMT TRAINING  
MATERIALS FOR THESE LESSONS WILL BE DELIVERED VIA INSTRUCTOR-LED     
TRAINING SESSIONS PROVIDED BY COMMAND LEADERSHIP (OFFICERS, CHIEF    
PETTY OFFICERS, OR COMMAND TRAINING TEAMS).  PER REF D, TRAINING     
COORDINATORS SHALL ENSURE THEIR COMMAND TRAINING TEAM MEMBERS HAVE   
SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE COMMAND TRAINING TEAM INDOCTRINATION      
COURSE CIN: A-050-0001.                                              

4.  CORE LESSON MATERIALS, LESSON PLANS AND PRESENTATIONS, SHOULD BE 
DOWNLOADED BY ACCESSING NAVY KNOWLEDGE ONLINE (NKO) AT               
HTTP://WWW.NKO.NAVY.MIL, CLICK ON THE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT TAB, THEN 
GMT LINK (LOCATED ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE SCREEN), THEN SELECT THE   
LESSON FROM THE CORE LESSON CHANNEL.                                 

5.  TRAINING COMPLETION SHALL BE DOCUMENTED BY ALL COMMANDS VIA      
FLEET TRAINING MANAGEMENT PLANNING SYSTEM (FLTMPS).  COMMAND-        
DELIVERED TRAINING IS RECORDED IN FLTMPS VIA SUBMISSION OF LEARNING  
EVENT COMPLETION FORMS.  DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS ON THE FLTMPS         
SUBMISSION PROCESS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE FLTMPS WEBSITE:              
HTTPS://NTMPSWEB.NWPTF.NUWC.NAVY.MIL/FLTMPS OR CONTACT THE FLTMPS    
SUPPORT OFFICE AT 1-866-438-2898 FOR ASSISTANCE.                     

6.  RECOMMENDED LESSONS.  IN ADDITION TO THE CORE GMT COURSES,       
COMMANDING OFFICERS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO ESTABLISH A RECURRING   
REFRESHER TRAINING PLAN TO INCLUDE, AT A MINIMUM, THE FOLLOWING      
RECOMMENDED GMT LESSONS:  ANGER MANAGEMENT, UNCLE SAM'S OPSEC,       
OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT, DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND CONTROL,      
TOBACCO PREVENTION AND CESSATION, PHYSICAL READINESS, AND CODE OF    
CONDUCT LEVEL A.  THESE LESSON MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE NKO    
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT GMT PAGE IN THE COMMANDING OFFICER TRAINING     
LIBRARY CHANNEL.  COMMANDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO USE THESE LESSONS TO    
MEET ADDITIONAL COMMAND ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS. 

7.  POINTS OF CONTACT ARE MR. LYMAN (JACK) WATTS, GMT PROGRAM        
ADMINISTRATOR AT (757) 492-0763/DSN 492 AND MMCS RICKY MCGHEE, GMT   
PROGRAM MANAGER AT (757) 492-5669/DSN 492, CENTER FOR PERSONAL AND   
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, DAMNECK VA OR VIA E-MAIL AT                
GMT.DISTRIBUTION(AT)NAVY.MIL.                                        

8.  RELEASED BY VICE ADMIRAL S. R. VAN BUSKIRK, N1.//
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