Flotilla 3-2 Member Training

The United States Coast Guard requires that all Auxiliarists complete certain mandatory courses. These include online courses covering  subjects such as Ethics, Diversity, Civil Rights, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Privacy Awareness and Security Awareness. 

There are also two mandatory FEMA courses: IS100 - Introduction to the Incident Command System and IS 700 - Introduction to the National Incident Command System.

To access the Mandatory courses online, please click on the link below:

Auxiliary & FEMA 100 & 700 Mandatory Courses

Additional Member Training Classes:

New Member Training - Find new member information including the New Member Course; the New Member Packet; and the New Member Exam here.

Online Learning & Testing - Takes you to the Auxiliary Learning Management System (AUXLMS) with advanced training online courses, the Coast Guard Auxiliary Online Classroom, the National Testing Center, and the FEMA Emergency Management Institute Courses.

National Member Training Compendium - This lists all the advanced courses currently being offered by the Auxiliary.

Coast Guard Auxiliary C-Schools - Auxiliary C-schools are Coast Guard-funded formal training events. They are short-term in nature (i.e. – usually 2-5 days long) and deal with specific subject matter (e.g. – distance education technology, information systems, spatial disorientation). They normally require students to travel to a Coast Guard training center, although some C-schools can be exported so that instructors travel to regional locations to deliver the training.

District 5SR Monthly Online Training - Our District offers additional timely evening training webinars.  As a member, you should receive the monthly schedule from the District.