Operational Courses

 

 

(DSOM) | MASL (P145907)

LENGTH:  eight weeks

CAPACITY: 15 students X 5 courses per year

Diesel Systems Overhaul and Maintenance

 

Length/Scope:  DSOM is an eight-week course of instruction designed to provide personnel with the knowledge and skills to maintain and repair diesel engines and twin disc transmissions. Course topics include human rights, engineering fundamentals, internal combustion engine theory, pumps, diesel engine subsystems, diesel engine overhaul and reassembly, and diesel engine tune-up and break-in. Students will be presented with detailed instruction in the operating characteristics and subsystems (lubrication, cooling, air and fuel) of the Detroit 6V92TA diesel engine and will perform an engine overhaul, which includes a troubleshooting session after the engine has been rebuilt.

Special information:  This course is designed for junior officers and enlisted personnel. In addition to general prerequisites, students should exhibit average mechanical aptitude. NAVSCIATTS will issue all students the necessary safety and training equipment required for this course to include two coveralls and one pair of steel toe boots.

 

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(ELS) | MASL (P152014)

LENGTH:  two weeks

CAPACITY: 15 students X 4 courses per year

Expeditionary Logistics and Supply

 

Length/Scope:  ELS is a two-week course that provides international special operations forces and civilian equivalent personnel with the knowledge and skills required for the tactical deployment of special operations detachments with operational level mission planning. This course focuses on training needed to understand the basic theory behind supply, to include supply department organization and warehousing and bookkeeping as it pertains to small units and local operations. Logistics personnel are responsible for inventory management, auditability/accountability and tracking demand of material items. ELS employs Microsoft Excel in lieu of more complex R-Supply or SWALIS systems to allow for less experienced personnel to grasp the course's core concepts. The course concludes with a practical exercise to ensure that all students have met course objectives.

Special information:  Students attending the ELS course must have basic computer skills with specific knowledge in Microsoft Office, be able to calculate basic mathematic equations, have 20/20 vision correctable, be physically fit, and be able to lift a minimum of 40 lbs. overhead.

 

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(IDC) | MASL (P145905)

LENGTH:  two weeks

CAPACITY: 25 students X 5 courses per year

Instructor Development Course

 

Length/Scope:  IDC is an advanced two-week course of instruction that provides personnel with the basic skills to deliver formalized classroom instruction and to conduct structured laboratory training exercises. Course topics include human rights, effective communication and public speaking, the planning of learning objectives, development of lesson topic guides, methodology and techniques of instruction and evaluation methods. Students will be required to deliver instruction to other course participants using the provided lesson materials and training equipment.

Special information:  This course is designed for junior officers and enlisted personnel who will be assigned to a supervisory or instructor position. Students will utilize information from the completed NAVSCIATTS course as source material for practical application within the Instructor Development Course. NAVSCIATTS will not issue any uniforms for this course.

 

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(IFOI) | MASL (P121063)

LENGTH:  three weeks

CAPACITY: 15 students X 5 course per year

Intel Fusion and Operations Integration 

 

Length/Scope:  IFOI is a three-week course that provides international special operations forces and civilian equivalent personnel with the training needed to effectively fuse and integrate intelligence into operations. IFOI enables students to anticipate and predict enemy operations, identify and locate enemy forces and perform intelligence exploitation analysis of personnel and material. The course includes topics on human rights, intelligence preparation in an operational environment, determining intelligence requirements, collection management, threat tactics and evaluation, reporting procedures, intel report analysis, information delivery, reconnaissance, surveillance planning and urban network analysis. The course concludes with an operational intelligence practical exercise to ensure that all students have met course objectives.

Special information:  Students attending the IFOI course must have basic computer skills with specific knowledge in Microsoft Office, be able to calculate basic mathematic equations, have 20/20 vision correctable, be physically fit, and be able to lift a minimum of 40 lbs. overhead.

 

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(JNPL) | MASL (P121062)

LENGTH:  two weeks

CAPACITY:16 students X 5 course per year

JO/NCO Leadership and Planning
 

Length/Scope:  JNPL is a two-week course designed for company-level junior officers and senior enlisted personnel and provides international special operations forces, conventional forces and law enforcement agencies with the knowledge and skills required for the tactical deployment of special operations detachments with operational level mission planning. This course provides junior SOF and non-commissioned officers with instruction in SOF and conventional force roles and structure, small unit leadership theory and development, public speaking, troop leadership procedures, operational risk management, mission tasking, mission planning and human rights.

Special information:  Students attending the JNPL course must have basic computer skills with specific knowledge in Microsoft Office, be able to calculate basic mathematic equations, have 20/20 vision correctable, be physically fit, and be able to lift a minimum of 40 lbs. overhead.

 

 

(OBM) | MASL (P145906)

LENGTH:  eight weeks

CAPACITY: 15 students X 5 courses per year

Outboard Motor Maintenance and Overhaul

 

Length/Scope:  OBM is an eight-week course of instruction that provides personnel with the basic skills to maintain and repair marine outboard engines. Course topics include human rights, engineering fundamentals, internal combustion engine theory, electrical systems, fuel sys­tems, gear case, mid-section, power head and trouble shooting. Students will be presented with detailed instruction in the operat­ing characteristics and subsystems (lubrication, cooling, air, fuel and electrical systems) of the Evinrude E-TEC 150hp outboard engine and will perform an engine overhaul, which includes an electrical and electronic troubleshooting session using the certified Evinrude diagnostic software from BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products) after the power head, mid-section and gear case have been rebuilt.

Special information:  This course is designed for junior officers and enlisted personnel. In addition to general prerequisites, students should exhibit average mechanical aptitude. NAVSCIATTS will issue all students the necessary safety and training equipment required for this course to include two coveralls and one pair of steel toe boots

 

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(ROL) | MASL (P176036) 

  LENGTH:  one week          

CAPACITY: 20 students X 5 course per year

Rule of Law and Disciplined Military Operations

 

Length/Scope:  ROL is a one-week stand-alone course and is highly recommended as a follow-on course for personnel in both operations and maintenance specialties. The course is designed for junior officers, senior enlisted or civilian equivalent personnel. ROL instruction focuses on the rule of law, its impact on human rights, and how these considerations fit into the planning and conducting of military operations to include rules of engagement, laws of armed conflict and the role of a military justice system in accomplishing military objectives.

Special information:  This course is designed for junior officers and enlisted personnel. This instruction qualifies as expanded IMET (E-IMET) training and is taught by Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG) officers from the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS).

  

 

(TWAR) | MASL (P145903)

  LENGTH:  eight weeks

CAPACITY: 10 students X 5 courses per year

​Technical Welding and Applied Repairs

 

Length/Scope:  TWAR is an eight-week course of instruction that provides personnel with the knowledge and skills required to safely make structural repairs and perform preventative maintenance to aluminum, steel, fiberglass and rubber components in accordance with applicable factory technical manuals and approved doctrine. Course topics include human rights, safety practices, Zodiac inflatable boat repair, fiberglass repair, and oxyacety­lene cutting and welding, Shielded Metal Arc (electric) Welding and Gas Metal Arc (Mig) Welding.

Special information:  This course is designed for junior officers and enlisted personnel. In addition to general prerequisites, students should be familiar with engineering or repair duties. NAVSCIATTS will issue all students the necessary safety and training equipment required for this course to include two coveralls and one pair of steel toe boots.

 

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(UASOP) | MASL (P119085)

   LENGTH:  four weeks

CAPACITY: 10 students X 5 course per year

UAS Operations and Planning 

 

Length/Scope:  UASOP is a four-week course that teaches necessary skills and competencies required to operate the Puma AE Small Unmanned Aerial System (SUAS) in tactical environments. The course is com­prised of four segments with basic and advanced skill-set topics including human rights, basic computer skills, Falcon View Lite, flight operations, mission planning, and airspace management and emergency procedures. All training areas are reinforced by practical examinations and a final individual skills assessment during Final Training Exercises to ensure all students have attained proficiency in course objectives.

Special information:  Students attending the UAS course must have basic computer skills with specific knowledge in Microsoft Office, be able to calculate basic mathematic equations, have 20/20 vision correctable, be physically fit, be able to lift a minimum of 40 lbs. overhead, and have no permanent or temporary profiles that would interfere with their ability to launch, operate or recover air vehicles.