To the greatest extent possible, commanders should conduct training using discussions led by command and deckplate leaders. This concept of leader-led training puts training back in the hands of Sailors, enables a powerful and personal focus on integrity, accountability, creates an interactive learning dialog, and limits the passive and impersonal training approaches inherent in many legacy computer-based training programs. Some mandatory topics have specific completion requirements which deviate from the general guidance contained in this message. In those cases, specific requirements are delineated below and on the Navy Reserve Homeport GMT portal. Navy civilian mandatory training topics can be completed in combined military-civilian training sessions.
GMT requirements. (Military Only)
The following is a complete list of required GMT.
(1) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Awareness (F2F)*
(2) Equal Opportunity/Sexual Harassment/Grievance Procedures (F2F)
(3) Suicide Prevention (F2F)
(4) Antiterrorism Level 1 Awareness (F2F/computer-based)
Course number: CENSECFOR-AT-010-1.0
(5) Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting (NCIS/computer-based)
Course number: DOD-CIAR-1.0
(6) Combating Trafficking in Persons (F2F/computer-based)
Course number: DOD-CTIP-2.0
(7) Cyber Awareness Challenge (computer-based only)
Course number: DOD-IAA-V14.0
(8) Operations Security (F2F/computer-based/mobile)
Course number: NIOC-USOPSEC-2.0
(9) DON Annual Privacy Training (F2F/computer-based/mobile)
Course number: DOD-PII-2.0
(10) Records Management (F2F/computer-based/mobile)
Course number: DOR-RM-010-1.2
*The complete standardized content of the SAPR course should be given face-to-face in a classroom environment.
Commands may choose to include additional GMT topics. A list of optional topics and associated training materials are available on the GMT webpage.
An easy-to-read table listing FY18 GMT guidance is available on the Navy Reserve Homeport GMT portal.
Computer-Based-Training (CBT) or Alternate Training.
The Navy GMT web page is a comprehensive source of training materials and information for GMT. To access the GMT web page go to My Navy Portal (MNP). Once logged in to MNP, select the Professional Resources drop down menu, then select General Skills Training, and then select GMT from the navigation menu on the left to access the Navy GMT page. Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Awareness, Equal Opportunity/Sexual Harassment/Grievance Procedures (EO/SH), and Suicide Prevention are required to be delivered F2F. NRAs may coordinate with partner agencies such as Naval Criminal Investigative Service and local law enforcement to develop/deliver alternate training. Alternate training may be conducted F2F.
Command and deckplate leader discussions (Military and Navy Civilians). Command and deckplate leader discussions may be conducted at quarters, all-hands calls, or divisional training, etc. For these discussions, printable training materials provide an outline for the conduct of training and serve as springboards to elicit discussion to the point that the leader is satisfied that the learning objectives are understood. It is not the intent for commands to create new training lesson plans to support the accomplishment of GMT. Printable training materials are available for military or civilians on the GMT webpage.
Access to FY18 GMT Navy eLEARNING (NeL) Training Topics:
(1) Log on Navy eLearning site
(2) Click on the Course Catalog tab
(3) Select 'All' from the Prefix column drop-down
(4) Enter the course number in the number field then press 'Enter'
(5) Enroll in the appropriate course
(6) Select the My Learning tab to access the enrolled course
Financial Literacy training is required at various touch points corresponding to a service member’s major career milestones and life events. NRAs should utilize instructors at local Fleet and Family Support Centers as well as the 32 Personal Financial Counselors (PFC) assigned to NRAs across the Force to provide Financial Literacy and Blended Retirement System (BRS) training. NRA commanders shall coordinate with their echelon 4 commands to schedule PFCs and report any problems obtaining instructors for this training to CNRFC N7 via their administrative chain of command.