Advanced Readiness Officer Course
 
Description: The Advanced Readiness Officer Course (AROC) (formerly AMDOC) is the second course in the Medical Department Officer’s Learning Continuum. 

The course is designed to prepare medical department officers and senior civilians for increased responsibilities as leaders who understand the "practice and business" of Navy Medicine in operational settings.

AROC is an important waypoint along the Officer Learning Continuum and a natural progression from the Basic Medical Department Officer’s Course.
 
Eligibility:  Navy Medical Department Officers: O-4 (LCDR) to O-5 (CDR)/Civilian employees: GS12 and above.

Course Information:
Course number: CIN#: B-6I-2330

Training site:  Naval Medical Leader and Professional Development Command (NML&PDC), Building 1, Classroom 1731, 8955 Wood Road, Bethesda, Maryland 20889-5611

Funding: The Naval Medical Leader and Professional Development Command provides full funding for active duty.  NML&PDC is not authorized to fund rental cars. Active duty billeting is at a contract hotel with reservation made by NML&PDC. SELRES are funded by RESCEN. Billeting reservations are made by the student.

Duration: Two weeks/70 hours

Classes/year: 7

Seats available: 36/class

Course schedule:
Course Number Start Date End Date Nomination Date
22-60 13JUN22 24JUN22 25APR22
22-70 18JUL22 29JUL22 30MAY22
22-80 (Virtual) 15AUG22 26AUG22 27JUN22
22-90 12SEP22 23SEP22 1AUG22
 

Nomination Instructions:
-Active Duty/Civilian: Please fill out the
student data sheet, save the completed document with required digital signatures and send, via encrypted email.
-Reserve: Reserve nomination
instructions
-SELRES: Email

Joint Medical Executive Skills Program (Navy Medicine Officers):
-AROC is approved for 13 of the 36 Executive Skill competencies
The JMESP website is currently inactive.  Please access the following for additional information

 
Guidance-Card-Icon Dept-Exclusive-Card-Icon