Training

Joint Senior Medical Leader Course

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Who:  Senior officers who have a potential nomination as a JTF Surgeon or JTF senior medical leader

What:  Joint Senior Medical Leader Course (JSMLC)

When:  August 22-26, 2022 (In-person – Medical Corps is allowed 3-4 seats)

Where:  DHHQ, Falls Church, Virginia (funded by applicant’s command)

Course Description:  The course is designed to enhance the preparation of medical leaders, senior O-5 to O-6, who have a high probability of being nominated as a JTF Surgeon, JTF Senior medical leader, or occupying a senior medical planning position in a joint environment. In addition, the course would be valuable for those serving in senior Service departments responsible for the training and preparing of forces for Joint operations and deployment.  JSMLC is a demanding, fast-paced, and interactive program. Speakers will include former JTF Commanders, JTF Surgeons, subject matter experts in major contingency and stability operations, interagency operations, and representatives of Joint Staff Directorates responsible for policy development at the highest levels in DOD.

Additional details here:

https://www.health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Combat-Support/Defense-Medical-Readiness-Training-Institute/Course-Information/Joint-Senior-Medical-Leaders-Course

Prospective applicants should provide their Command, Work Address, best phone contact number with a CV and BIO to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT 1200 EST Thursday, May 26, 2022.

Leveraging the DoD Safe Helpline to Support SAPR Efforts: A Brief for Leadership (DoD Safe Helpline 103)

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Voluntary training opportunity for supervisors: 

  • Webinar Title:  Leveraging the DoD Safe Helpline to Support SAPR Efforts: A Brief for Leadership (DoD Safe Helpline 103)
  • Date and Time: Thursday, 24 February 2022 from 1500-1600 EST
  • Target Audience: COs, XOs, Senior Officers, Senior Enlisted Leaders, Supervisors, Prevention Practitioners, SAPR PMs, SARCs, VAs, and other SAPR/SHARP Stakeholders and Leaders
  • Register*:  https://einvitations.afit.edu/inv/index.cfm?i=629324&k=04634B0A7953

*Registration Closes- 22 February 2022. Training will be hosted on All Partners Access Network (APAN).

Description: DoD Safe Helpline 103 provides a high-level overview of the  Safe Helpline, how Safe Helpline supports the work of SAPR and SHARP teams on-base, and ways leadership can leverage Safe Helpline resources to support survivors of sexual assault. This brief is intended for leadership who are interested in raising awareness about services available to support survivors.

Learning Objectives:

  • The key tenets of Safe Helpline, including services available to support survivors, staff training, and the importance of anonymity and confidentiality.
  • How Safe Helpline services are supporting Service members and the SAPR personnel on your base.
  • Describe Safe Helpline services and resources for survivors, their friends and family, and local Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) and Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) personnel.
  • Resources available for leadership to support survivors of sexual assault through the Safe Helpline.

Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute Intermediate Executive Skills Course (IESC) – June 13-16, 2022 (Virtual)

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Who:  MHS personnel serving in an intermediate-level leadership position within a DHA MTF

What:  JMESI Intermediate Executive Skills Course (IESC) (Medical Corps is limited to 7-8 seats)

When:  June 13-16, 2022 (Virtual)

Where: JKO online modules and virtual platform learning with instructors located at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Course Description:  The Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute Intermediate Executive Skills Course (JMESI-IES) provides education and training on leadership and management skills necessary to successfully serve in an intermediate-level leadership position within a DHA medical treatment facility (MTF).  The course is designed to facilitate the attainment of selected Joint Medical Executive Skills core competencies as identified by a Tri-Service review board of MHS senior leaders.  The course consists of 11 web-based training (WBT) modules available through Joint Knowledge Online (https://jkodirect.jten.mil) followed by a 4-day live, web-based video conference course hosted on Adobe Connect or MS Teams.

More information here:  https://www.health.mil/Training-Center/Joint-Medical-Executive-Skills-Institute–JMESI/Intermediate-Executive-Skills

Prospective applicants should send name, position title, work address, and work/cell phone to CAPT Rhett Barrett (contact in the global) NLT Friday, March 4, 2022.

Basic Readiness Officer Course (BROC) Now On Navy E-Learning

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BROC (formerly BMDOC) will be a pre-requisite for the Advanced Readiness Officer Course (AROC) in the very near future.  Anyone who previously took BMDOC will not have to retake BROC.

Healthcare Management Course – MAY 16-19, 2022

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Who:  First-time clinical supervisors (Medical Corps is limited to 6 seats)

What:  Healthcare Management Course

When:  May 16-19, 2022  (Virtual)

Where:  Blended learning with ten online modules followed by the virtual class hosted by JMESI instructors

Course Description:  The JMESI Healthcare Management Course is a tri-Service training event designed for first-time clinical supervisors. The course provides attendees with the administrative tools to successfully manage their clinical areas. Topics discussed include the following: Civilian Personnel, Contracting, Budgeting, Quality Management, tools available through the TRICARE Operations Center, Efficient Scheduling and Utilization Management, and more. Panel discussions allow the clinicians to ask direct questions and receive first-hand answers regarding management tools and practices that can impact the military healthcare management arena. Attendees participate in hands-on training with clinic administrative tools.

Prospective Medical Corps applicants should provide their name, rank, position title, work address, and work phone to CAPT Rhett Barrett (contact in the global) NLT Wednesday, February 16, 2022. Non-MC applicants should contact their Corps’ Career Planner in their Corps Chief’s Office.

Virtual Advanced Readiness Officer Courses (AROC)

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Two virtual AROC sessions are planned next year (Feb’22 and Aug’22).  OCONUS officers and those with extenuating circumstances will be given priority to these courses.  However, all eligible officers interested/available to participate are encouraged to apply for a student quota. Application info is in this document.

Advanced Readiness Officers Course (A-ROC)
Course TitleCourse NumberCourse Start DateCourse End DateNom Due Date
A-ROC22-1018-Oct-202129-Oct-202106-Sep-2021
A-ROC22-2010-Jan-202221-Jan-202201-Dec-2021
A-ROC22-30 Virtual14-Feb-2022 25-Feb-202227-Dec-2021
A-ROC22-4014-Mar-202225-Mar-202224-Jan-2022
A-ROC22-50​18-Apr-2022​29-Apr-202201-Mar-2022
A-ROC22-6013-Jun-2022​24-Jun-202225-Apr-2022
A-ROC22-7018-Jul-202229-Jul-2022​30-May-2022
A-ROC22-80 Virtual15-Aug-202226-Aug-202227-Jun-2022
A-ROC22-9012-Sep-2022​23-Sep-2022​01-Aug-2022