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Education and training are critical factors in creating and maintaining a successful agile, responsive, and flexible organization. Those leading the development, delivery, and supervision of Navy Medicine education and training are in a unique position as specialists and change agents to impact the scope of healthcare beyond the classroom and practical learning environments.  The MTS Program is designed to develop and qualify those individuals who possess advanced knowledge, skills, and abilities that will enhance the delivery of quality Navy Medicine education and training.  Naval Medical Forces Support Command (NMFSC) serves as the MTS Executive Agent for Navy Medicine.  This function resides under N71.  The lead Instruction Systems Specialist (ISS) directly advises Navy Medicine on policy and development, resource allocation and management and issuing guidance for the MTS Program. Training command requests for MTS Program participation, including approving education and training command requests for MTS Program participation

Who is Eligible? 

MTS is open to all military and civil service personnel meeting the eligibility requirements to be a Navy instructor. Persons eligible to participate in the MTS Program include Navy and Marine Corps officers, enlisted, and Department of Defense (DoD) civil service personnel permanently assigned to a Navy Medicine education and training command or training support billet at a Navy Medicine command whose primary mission is education and training.   To learn more the MTS program and to consider serving as a mentor or enroll, contact your local training command departments/officers to learn more about available opportunities. 

Why MTS (Benefits)?

MTS is a designation for qualifying personnel to identify as subject matter experts and be identified as credible throughout Navy Medicine education and training communities to instruct, mentor, and evaluate educational delivery and curricula products.  Once completed, The MTS designee will have demonstrated highly effective teaching skills and a comprehensive understanding of learning management, training administration and curriculum management.  Failure of enlisted personnel to obtain the MTS qualification is not to be interpreted as an indication of unsatisfactory or adverse performance.
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