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Mandatory Training list and access

Tue, 27 Oct 15   Posted by: Thornton Dyson
The mandated training courses and exams are available online on the AUX Learning Management System (AUXLMS).  

All new members MUST take these courses with in a year of joining. 

Here is where you <login>.

You will need your primary email address in AuxData.  Your Primary email address is the one that shows up first when you search for your name in <AuxOfficer>

 Once past the login and banner screens 
  1. select the <course catalog>
  2. select <auxiliary> then <auxiliary mandated training>
  3. you should see a list of courses  

as of 02/01/2017 these are the listed courses.

500997 - IS 700: NIMS, An Introduction

501375 - IS-100.b Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100

502290  - Influenza Training

502306 - Ethics 1 - Personal Gifts

502319 - Civil Rights Awareness

502379 - Building Resilience and Preventing Suicide in the Coast Guard

810000 - Sexual Harassment Prevention

810015 - Privacy at DHS: Protecting Personal Information

810030 - Security Fundamentals (formerly SETA)

810045 - Sexual Assault Prevention/Response


VE/PV Training

The 2013 Vessel Examiner (VE) and Program Visitor (PV) Workshops are now available. These Workshops are intended to provide VEs and PVs with practical and relevant knowledge, as well as updates on new requirements. The Workshops are Microsoft PowerPoint presentations and can be downloaded from the V-Directorate web site at:

http://wow.uscgaux.info/content.php?unit=V-DEPT&category=WORKSHOPS

New Member Training Website

 
The member-training website known as the “U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Virtual
Classroom” has moved to a new location, and is now called the “Coast Guard
Auxiliary – Online Classroom”. The new link (URL) to the Online Classroom is http://classroom.cgaux.org

Flotilla Leadership Course

National Training has updated the online Flotilla Leadership Course training material (effective 13 June 2012), which now includes an exam on the NTC. There are two ways to take the FLC – online (as described below) and instructor-led. The instructor-led class will still require students to take the NTC exam in order to get credit for the class. Please pass this on to your Divisions and FSO-MT’s.
The National Training Department is pleased to offer the Flotilla Leadership Course (FLC). This course provides Flotilla Commanders (FC) and Vice Flotilla Commanders (VFC) the organizational framework and resources to successfully manage their Flotillas. Completion of this course qualifies members to run for the positions of FC and VFC. The FLC presents leadership and management concepts and provides tools and other online resources that support the requirements of these positions throughout their tenure. You’ll work your way through this information to achieve the following goals:
Exercise leadership and supervision of the flotilla and assure that the overall flotilla program conforms to the Coast Guard and Auxiliary policies and procedures.
Supervise administration and coordination between the Vice Flotilla Commander and staff members.
Become familiar with the Auxiliary Manual (AUXMAN) and the Flotilla Procedures Manual (FPM).
Prepare to effectively support the policy, requirements, and procedures related to flotilla administration, administration principles courtesy, protocol, and ceremonies the auxiliary's technology world the flotilla staff flotilla correspondence.
To access the course, please visit the Coast Guard Auxiliary Online Classroom (http://classroom.cgaux.org) to self-enroll into the course. After you have reviewed the online presentation and related materials you can access the National Testing Center to take the final exam to record completion.