DVIDS – News – Center for Service Support Releases New Mobile App for RTMs and Navy Manuals
NEWPORT, RI (NNS) – The Center for Service Support has just released a brand new mobile app featuring Rate Training Manuals (RTMs) for 12 rankings and a variety of general Navy manuals used by active duty personnel and reserve throughout the fleet. .
The app is the new RTM home for the culinary specialist, the underwater culinary specialist, the lawyer, the logistics specialist, the underwater logistics specialist, the mass communication specialist, the musician, the Personnel Specialist, Religious Programs Specialist, Retail Services Specialist, Yeoman and Yeoman Sub Ratings, allowing study on the go, without CAC card or internet connection.
The app also hosts Non-Resident Training Courses (NRTC) including Customer Service, Educational Services Officer, Enlisted Help, Postal Operations, Official Navy Mail, and Theory. educational, which is used by all instructors in the fleet.
App features include a resource link in each RTM to their respective Navy COOL rating site, contact information for feedback and emergency assistance, and the ability to receive credit for the completed course directly. in their electronic training jacket by entering their DODID number rather than completing the course through Navy eLearning.
Another key feature of the app is that it serves as a host for up-to-date versions of RTM and NRTC. By moving to a digital format, the app allows CSS to work with Type Commanders and Fleet Subject Matter Experts (PMEs) to modify content as needed and deliver updates to the fleet more quickly.
“We are continuing the positive movement and growth in the 21st century on how our sailors will prepare for their advancement exams,” said Captain Milton W. Troy III, Commanding Officer of CSS. “Initial fleet estimates have us at over 32,000 sailors who will be made through this new app. This shows how wide we are dealing with a scope. Something of this major will have a direct and immediate impact on sailors across the fleet and the knowledge they will have to become well-designed in their respective fields.
App creation began in September 2019, with over five months of testing by CSS staff and fleet SMEs designed to help achieve maximum functionality, review app content, and review user interface.
“The effort put in by everyone involved in creating this app cannot be measured,” said Ray Paradis, CSS program manager for Non-Resident Training Courses, Staff Qualification Standards, Standards professional and learning and development roadmaps. “Countless hours of work have gone into ensuring that the material contains the best material possible. The sailor who performs the tasks described in these manuals on a daily basis is the one who will use this application and each of them deserves the highest quality work that we can possibly provide.
The application was designed in coordination with the IT solutions MyNavy HR – (mobility program) and Tracen Technologies. The app can be downloaded from the Navy App Locker, Google Play or iOS app stores using the keyword “CSS NRTC”.
For more information on CSS, visit https://www.netc.navy.mil/CSS/ or follow CSS on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CSSNewport/.
|Date posted:||05.03.2021 17:33|
|Location:||NEWPORT, RI, United States|
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