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FISCAL YEAR (FY) 22 GENERAL MILITARY TRAINING GUIDANCE FOR THE NAVY RESERVE


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SUBJ/FISCAL YEAR (FY) 22 GENERAL MILITARY TRAINING GUIDANCE FOR THE
NAVY RESERVE//
REF/A/NAVADMIN/OPNAV/261758ZAUG21//
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NARR/REF A IS THE GENERAL MILITARY TRAINING REQUIREMENTS NAVADMIN.//
REF B IS OPNAVINST 1500.86.//
POC/BRIAN SHEAKLEY/-/CNRFC N7/-/TEL:757-322-6622/
EMAIL:BRIAN.SHEAKLEY(AT)NAVY.MIL//
RMKS/1. This message announces general military training (GMT)
requirements for fiscal year (FY) 2022 for the Navy Reserve. In
line with reference (a), the Navy has minimized the number of
mandatory GMT topics to empower commanders to decide what
training their personnel should receive and how often they should
receive it. Commanding officers (CO) should review the command
discretion GMT list to determine the frequency and method of
additional training appropriate for their command.
2. FY-22 Mandatory GMT Requirements
 a. Mandatory GMT must be completed by all military personnel.
 b. The following mandatory GMT is required to be completed in
FY-22:
 (1) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Awareness
 (2) Cyber Awareness Challenge
 (3) Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting
 (4) Records Management
 (5) Suicide Prevention
 (6) Anti-Terrorism Level 1
 (7) Privacy Act
 (8) Combating Trafficking in Persons (additional CNRF
requirement for those without documented training in FLTMPS)
 (9) Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Tier 1 (additional
CNRF requirement).
 c. Commands may elect to complete Cyber Awareness Challenge
training using instructor-led and/or computer-based methods.
 d. The recommended method of delivery for SAPR and Suicide
Prevention annual training is via face-to-face, small group
facilitated discussions. While this remains the most effective
lesson delivery method, ref (a) authorizes COs to adapt or
modify FY-22 SAPR and Suicide Prevention GMT delivery methods
consistent with coronavirus mitigation procedures and operational
commitments to meet these training requirements. If in-person,
face-to-face delivery is not feasible, the preferred alternative is
facilitated small-group training via teleconference, Defense
Collaboration Services, or DoD365 Microsoft Teams. SAPR and Suicide
Prevention training is not authorized for delivery via nonDepartment of Defense (DOD) approved collaborative technology (e.g.
Facebook, Zoom, etc.). Facilitated small group training using
approved video conferencing technology is considered *face-to-face*.
Senior commanders have the authority to issue guidance that is more
restrictive to their subordinate commands.
 e. Combating Trafficking in Persons training is required within
one year of initial entry of service.
 f. Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Tier 1 Training.
 (1) Per ref (b), TCCC Tier 1 training is a requirement for
all service members (ASM) and is designed to provide basic,
evidence-based lifesaving skills for non-medical personnel at their
duty stations or in preparation for non-combat deployments. The goal
of TCCC Tier 1 is to eliminate preventable deaths by ensuring all
military personnel can provide lifesaving assistance.
 (2) All SELRES and FTS military personnel must complete
TCCC Tier 1 training every three years, and within 12 months of a
deployment/mobilization. Tier 1 certification is valid for three
years from completion date.
 (3) The TCCC Tier 1 course provides information via
in-person or online presentations and interactive skills training,
and includes an in-person skills evaluation. To pass the course,
Sailors must be able to correctly demonstrate five TCCC skills to a
Tier 1 instructor as detailed in the Skills Checklist in a hands-on
setting: rapid casualty assessment, tourniquet application, wound
packing, pressure dressing application, and airway maneuvers.
 (4) Required training materials for the hands-on skills
training and skills evaluation include: CATs (Combat Application
Tourniquet), hemostatic dressings, pressure bandages, and bleeding
control part-task trainers. RESFOR (N7/N9) will coordinate with
subordinate organizations to purchase and/or disburse required
training materials.
 (5) The DoD website for TCCC is
https://www.deployedmedicine.com and contains training courses and
additional resources for each TCCC Tier. This site should be used as
the primary source for curriculum content.
 (6) Personnel with any tier of TCCC certification can
become qualified to teach the TCCC Tier 1 ASM course after: (one of
the below)
 i. Completing online tutorials for trainers on
deployedmedicine.com
 ii. Attending an approved in-person TCCC train-the
trainer course, including B-300-4000 Tactical Combat Casualty Care /
Combat Life Saver – Trainer
 iii. Completing shipboard training team PQS, or
 iv. Currently holding Instructor NEC 805A or Field
Medical Service Technician L03A (or legacy NECs 9502 or 8404,
respectively) The recommended ratio for teaching and assessing TCCC
skills is one trainer for every eight students.
 (7). Individual TCCC training certification completion will
be documented in Fleet Management and Planning System (FLTMPS).
Command training departments are responsible for recording locallycompleted training in FLTMPS, using CIN B-300-2010 and title TCCC
Tier 1 – ASM for standardization.
 (8). Subordinate units should initially focus TCCC Tier 1
training on those Sailors identified for mobilization/deployment
whether unit-related or individual augmentee (IA).
3. Personal Financial Management training does not have a
required annual periodicity, but is instead mandatory at personal
and professional touchpoints across the military lifecycle in
accordance with reference (a).
 a. Financial Readiness touchpoint courses are available via
Navy e-Learning (search for the title *touchpoint* under the Course
Catalog tab) and the MyNavy Financial Literacy mobile app. If
preferred, in-person training can be provided by a Fleet and Family
Support Center Personal Financial Manager or a Command Financial
Specialist. In-person training information and resources can be
found at https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Support-Services/21stCentury-Sailor/Family-Readiness/Personal-Financial-Mgmt/.
 b. Navy Reserve Activities (NRAs) should utilize instructors
at local Fleet and Family Support Centers as well as the 34 Personal
Financial Counselors (PFC) assigned to NRAs across the Force to
provide Financial Literacy and Blended Retirement System (BRS)
training. NRA Commanding Officers shall coordinate to schedule PFCs
and report any problems obtaining instructors to CNRFC N7 POC via
their administrative Chain of Command.
4. FY-22 Command Discretion GMT
 a. Command discretion GMT is not required at any specified
periodicity, but may have situational requirements (i.e. initial
entry, pre-deployment, career milestones, etc.). COs should train
their personnel at a time and place that best meets their command
and mission needs.
 b. The list of discretionary training topics has been updated
to reflect the effort of the Culture of Excellence Oversight
Committee, to simplify and align policies and programs that are
duplicative or ineffective.
 c. COs may assign the following topics at their discretion:
 (1) Center for Development of Security Excellence Insider
Threat Course
 (2) Domestic Violence Prevention and Reporting
 (3) Energy Policy
 (4) Equal Opportunity, Harassment and Resolution Options
 (5) Operational Risk Management
 (6) Operations Security
 (7) Personal Financial Management
 (8) Sexual Health and Responsibility
 (9) Traumatic Brain Injury
5. Additional Information
 a. The GMT webpage can be found on the MyNavy Portal at
https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/general-skills-training/gmt/.
 b. Detailed requirements for each topic are listed on the GMT
webpage and should be reviewed thoroughly by commands prior to
assigning training. The webpage provides topic-specific information
such as:
 (1) Instructor and documentation requirements
 (2) Training in combined military-civilian sessions
 (3) Links to instructor guides and other training products
 c. Current SAPR and Suicide Prevention training materials are
not designed for individual/self-study. Training using methods
other than facilitated small group sessions will be challenging.
Feedback, lessons learned and recommendations for more effective
training delivery are encouraged. Please provide your
recommendations or refer any questions to the following points of
contact:
 (1) SAPR training: Ms. Andrea Verdino, OPNAV N17,
andrea.j.verdino(at)navy.mil.
 (2) Suicide Prevention training: Ms. Ruth Cassidy, OPNAV
N17, ruth.cassidy(at)navy.mil.
 (3) Training policy: LCDR Jonathan Greenberg, OPNAV
N13M7T, jonathan.d.greenberg(at)navy.mil.
 (4) All SAPR training materials are for official use only.
SAPR training materials shall not be loaded onto publically
accessible websites (e.g. YouTube, Facebook, etc.). Additionally,
the following disclaimer should be added at the beginning of each
SAPR training session that is not conducted in person: We
understand that participating in SAPR training can be difficult.
If you need advocacy support at any time, please contact the on-call
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator/Victim Advocate at [please
insert contact information for the local Sexual Assault Response
Center or Victims Advocate] or the DOD Safe helpline at
www.safehelpline.org or 877-995-5247.
6. GMT questions or feedback should be sent via e-mail to
gmt.distribution(at)navy.mil. Reserve specific questions can be
sent to george.roth(at)navy.mil or sergei.working(at)navy.mil or
check the CNRF GMT SharePoint page located at https://private.
navyreserve.navy.mil/cnrfc/N-Codes/N7/GMT/default.aspx.
7. Released by RADM John Schommer, Deputy Commander, Navy Reserve
Force.//
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