Auxiliary Learning Management System (AUXLMS) is now available
The Coast Guard is committed to supporting the Coast Guard Auxiliary by providing training materials, courses, and tools to impart the skills and knowledge needed to achieve mission excellence. As part of this commitment and as per ALAUX 001/13 of 18 January 2013, the Coast Guard has launched an enterprise-wide Auxiliary Learning Management System (AUXLMS) to automate the delivery and, in turn, improve the efficiency of training processes for Auxiliarists. This rollout of AUXLMS is a result of an extensive and comprehensive analysis performed by the Coast Guard Office of Training, Workforce Performance, and Development (CG-132), FORCECOM Training (FC-TADL), OSC Martinsburg, Auxiliary national training and information technology programs, and the Chief Director's office (CG-BSX-1).
Along with the Coast Guard Auxiliary Online Classroom, AUXLMS provides the flexibility for Auxiliarists to access additional training material anywhere and anytime on a personal computer. With AUXLMS, users can fulfill Auxiliary Mandated Training requirements from the comfort of home (e.g., Ethics, Sexual Harassment Prevention, et al.).
Enrolled Auxiliarists (prior to and including 18 January 2013) have until 31 December 2016 to complete all eight of the MT courses listed here; however, all new enrollees must complete all Auxiliary MT courses 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 19 January 2013, then that individual will have until 31 December 2014 to complete all Auxiliary Mandated Training.
Please Note: Successful course completion of Auxiliary Mandated Training activities and ICS-210 are automatically recorded in AUXDATA without manual intervention of an Information Services (IS) staff officer. Data uploads from AUXLMS to AUXDATA will occur on a weekly basis each Monday.
For problems and support, please visit the National Help Desk at http://help.cgaux.org, and submit a ticket in the "T-Training" category. When you select that category, sub-categories appear; choose "AUXLMS". Frequently Asked Questions related to AUXLMS can be found here.