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 DSO-MT     Curtis Han 
                          [Report]

 ADSO-MT-D  Michael A. Brown (Deputy)
 ADSO-MT     Tommy Holtzman
 ADSO-MT     Michael Mitchell

   Job Descriptions: FSO-MT, SO-MT
 

 Mary Kirkwood


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C-School Courses

Auxiliary C-Schools are formal training classes funded by the Coast Guard and taught by Coast Guard
or Auxiliary members. They are topic-specific and are usually just a few days in length. Different
courses are held all over the county, and getting approved for one of these courses is quite an honor.
 
You can find the current schedule of C-Schools on the Auxiliary C-School Website:

 http://wow.uscgaux.info/content.php?unit=aux00

 

C-School Facts:

 

1. Funding for C-Schools is variable. Sometimes there are reimbursable travel orders available, and sometimes not. Each class is different, and it   also depends on how far you are traveling.
 
2. You may not hear if you have been approved for a C-School course until just a week or two before the course starts. You must accept the C-School once accepted, so make sure you can really attend (get time off work, can afford the travel, etc.).
 
3. If you are a “no show” to a C-School, you may not be allowed to attend another one for up to 3 years, so be sure you can really attend before you apply.

 

Applying for C-School:

1. Once you find a C-School that you are interested in attending, complete the STTR Training Request Form (form 7059). See page 2 for the directions on how to fill it out properly. Make sure all required sections are completed.
STTR – link to: http://forms.cgaux.org/archive/a7059.pdf
 
2. Have your Flotilla Command sign your completed STTR
 
3. Forward your signed and completed STTR to DIRAUX

 For more information about C-Schools, visit the AUX C–School website @ http://wow.uscgaux.info/content.php?unit=aux00 or your FSO-MT  

  

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Boat Crew

 

1. Prerequisites:

Successful Completion of a NSBLA approved boating course

BQ qualified

Completion of an initial (4hr) TCT course

ICS 100- http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-100.b
ICS 700- http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-700.a

 

2. Training

For boat crew training, you will be assigned a mentor who will guide you in your studies and validate your knowledge and skills as you progress. Your mentor will let you know when he/she thinks you are ready for your Boat Crew qualification exam. The Boat Crew exam includes a dockside oral exam as well as on-the-water knowledge and skills review with a QE.

 

NOTE: ALL knowledge and skills reviews must be validated by your mentor before you can sit for your Boat Crew qualification exam.

 

3. Materials

The main reference for the Boat Crew program and qualification tasks is the Boat Crew Seamanship Manual link to: http://www.uscg.mil/directives/cim/16000-16999/CIM_16114_5C.pdf. In addition, you need to download the following:

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 Coxswain

1. Prerequisites:
  • Boat Crew qualified (current)

  • 28 hours underway as Boat Crew

  • Completion of Operations Policy Test

  • Completion of initial closed book NAV RULES

  • Completion of ICS 100, 700, 800 & 210

  • ICS 100- http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-100.b

    ICS 200- http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=is-200.b
    ICS 700- http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-700.a

    ICS 800- http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-800.b

    ICS 210- located in AUXLMS system https://auxlearning.uscg.mil/Default.asp

     

    2. Training

    For coxswain training, you will be assigned a mentor who will guide you in your studies and validate your knowledge and skills as you progress. Your mentor will let you know when he/she thinks you are ready for your Coxswain qualification exam. The Coxswain exam includes a dockside oral exam as well as on-the-water knowledge and skills review with a QE.

    NOTE: ALL knowledge and skills reviews must be validated by your mentor before you can sit for your Boat Crew qualification exam.

     

    3. Materials

    The main reference for the Coxswain program and qualification tasks is the Boat Crew Seamanship Manual link to: http://www.uscg.mil/directives/cim/16000-16999/CIM_16114_5C.pdf. In addition, you need to download the following:

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  • PWC Operator

    1. Prerequisites:
    2. Training

    For information on PWC Operator training, contact DSO-OPS Bill Stolz at: dcapt-pre@d11nuscgaux.info

    The PWC Operator qualification exam includes a dockside oral exam as well as on-the-water knowledge and skills review with a QE.

    NOTE: ALL knowledge and skills reviews must be validated by your mentor before you can sit for your Boat Crew qualification exam.

    3. Materials

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  • Online Training Links

       FEMA Emergency Management Courses

          The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) offers many FEMA course free of charge.

          All Auxiliarists are required to complete ICS 100, 700 & 210. In addition, many members in          operational or leadership positions are also required to complete ICS 200 & 800.
         

          Once you complete an online course, you will receive an email that includes a link to your             electronic certificate. Provide a copy of this
          certificate to your FSO-IS to ensure it gets added to AUXDATA.
         

          Follow this link to get to the FEMA website: http://training.fema.gov/ In addition to the                    required courses, there are many more that you might be interested in.

          Click the course below to get to the course on the FEMA website:

    •        *For ICS-210: Incident Command System #502325

             1. Go to the AUXLMS website: https://auxlearning.uscg.mil/Default.asp

             2. Once logged in (your email, then your password), go to the Course
                 Catalog, then AUX Catalog

             3. Then go to “Catalog: Other Auxiliary Courses” where you will find ICS 210

       Additional Online Training Links

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