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Below you will find information regarding upcoming training opportunities for Auxiliary members:


AUXLMS REQUIREMENT
The Auxiliary Learning Management System (AUXLMS) has been recently updated to reflect the requried auxiliary membership training. Auxiliarists must successfully complete the following MT during their first year of enrollment and then once every five years thereafter:

(1) DHS Together - Resilience Training - course code 502379
(2) Security Education and Training Awareness (SETA) - course code 810030
(3) Privacy at DHS / Protecting Personal Information - course code 810015
(4) Sexual Harassment Prevention - course code 810000
(5) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response - course code 810045
(6) Civil Rights Awareness - course code 502319

Auxiliarists must successfully complete the following MT only once (new members shall complete them during their first year of enrollment):

(1) Ethics 1 / Personal Gifts - course code 502306
(2) Influenza Training - course code 502290c.

Enrolled Auxiliarists now have until 31 December 2016 to complete all eight of the MT courses listed above. As each of the first six courses listed above is completed, its own five-year cycle will start. Each cycle will extend to 31 December of the fifth year regardless of the date the course was completed during the year, and so on. For example, if an Auxiliarist completes the Civil Rights Awareness course on 15 November 2013, then he/she will have to complete it again by 31 December 2018.

(1) New enrollees must complete all eight of the Auxiliary MT courses listed in 6.a. and 6.b. within their first year of enrollment. For this purpose, the first year of enrollment will extend to 31 December of the year following their Base Enrollment Date. For example, if a new enrollee has a Base Enrollment Date of 15 November 2013, then that individual will have until 31 December 2014 to complete all mandated training. The subsequent five-year cycle for each of the courses listed in 6.a. will start after each respective course completion as described above for enrolled Auxiliarists.

(2) Auxiliarists with certain types of access (e.g., security clearance; standard work station
account) must still comply with any other associated Coast Guard MT requirements established by FORCECOM (e.g., annual Information Systems Security (ISS) training for those with standard work station accounts).