What are Non-Resident Training Courses?
Non-Resident Training Courses (NRTCs) are self-study courses designed to help a student acquire Navy professional or military knowledge.
What is NRTC Navy?
Sailors often study Navy Non-Resident Training Courses (NRTC) and Rate Training Manuals (RTM) to prepare for advancement exams or expand their rating knowledge. One of the perks is NeL will grade, offer certificates, and record completions automatically, entering them into a Sailor’s Electronic Training Jacket.
Where do I find my Navy PQS?
To download your PQS, go to My Navy Portal (MNP) under “Professional Resources.” That is what qualified personnel will sign to help you become qualified! You will need your Common Access Card (CAC) card to gain access. If you have any questions about your PQS, talk to your supervisor.
How do I contact Navy eLEARNING?
To access NeL through a link on My Navy Portal (MNP), select the “Professional Resources” drop-down menu, then “Navy e-learning Online Courses.”…
|Link to site||learning.nel.navy.mil/|
|Commercial phone number||(855) 628-9311|
|DSN phone number||(510) 628-9311|
|Site owner/admin email||[email protected]|
How do I train for the Navy PRT?
- Run 1 mi. (record time) SM. 10×5 sec. Toe raises 3×10.
- Run 1.5 mi. SM. 10 x 5 sec hold. TP 3×10 sec. Push-up &
- Simulated. PRT: Push-ups for 2. min. Curl-ups for 2.
- Run 3 mi at 8. min mile pace. TR 3×12. TP 3×15 sec. SP 2(2×15 sec)
- Run 4 mi at 8. min mile pace. TR 3×15. TP 3×20 sec.
- Run 3 mi at 8. min mile pace. TR 3×15. TP 3×20 sec.
Where can I get PQS?
At the top of the page, click on “PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES.” Select “PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARDS (PQS).”
How do I get certificates from the Navy elearning?
To find certificates for completed courses, click on the ‘Open My Training History’ link located above the ‘Show Individual Courses’ and ‘Show Curricula’ tabs. Trainees using NeL complete over five million online courses a year, from a comprehensive catalog of 12,500 distance learning courses.
Is there a Navy E learning app?
An Official U.S. Navy mobile application, produced by the Navy PMW 240 Program. The app delivers information students need to know before reporting to a CENSECFOR learning site. CENSECFOR Toolbox app is useful to Navy applicants, current Sailors, transitioning Sailors, Veterans, and civilian users.
How do I access the Cantrac?
1) The first option is to access CANTRAC via the CeTARS Menu….Catalog of Navy Training Courses (CANTRAC)
- Please delete any old bookmarks replacing them with the new URL posted above.
- Log into NKO.
- Go To the LEARNING Tab.
- Click Navy eLEARNING.
- The QUICK LINKS will be listed in the left margin.
- Click CANTRAC VOL II.
What to know about Navy basic training?
In order to graduate from Navy basic training, you must score at least a “Good (Low)” score on the normal Navy Physical Readiness Test (PRT). For men age 17 through 19, that means 62 sit-ups, 51 push-ups and running 1.5 miles in 11 minutes. For women in this age bracket, they’ll need to do 62 sit-ups,…
What is a resident course?
A resident course is one that is delivered in a school house and the students are assigned to that course full time. In the Marine Corps there are several resident Professional Military Education (PME) courses in the Staff NCO Academies (Sergeant’s School, Career School,…
What are navy C schools?
Navy C schools are advanced training within a job field (rating). Sailors who have already completed their core job training at A school and typically have a couple years of on the job experience often go back for advanced training when the Navy needs people to specialize in a particular aspect of a rating.
What is Navy training?
Navy basic training, or boot camp, is a 7- to 9-week training program designed to prepare recruits for life in the Navy. In addition to course work on discipline, Navy core values, technical and military skills, there is also a challenging physical conditioning component.