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Provide force health protection through operational disease vector surveillance and control in support of Navy and Marine Corps missions. Provide external and internal education and training, ashore and afloat, while maintaining training logistical support for deploying FDPMU teams in support of operational commanders worldwide.
CANTRAC courses and specialized education/training in support of DoD military and civilian personnel assigned within this unit's AOR, ashore and afloat.
1PMTs (NEC L12A)/Entomologists only. Inquire for dates.
2PMTs (NEC L12A)/EHO's ONLY
CIN: B-322-0017: DoD Pest Applicator Refresher (Category 8 only). Eligible students: PMTs/ Entomologists only.
CIN: B-322-1074: DoD Pest Management (Category 8) Recertification Course. Category 8 Certification must be current to attend this course. Eligible students: PMTs/Entomologists only.
CIN: B-322-2101: Food Safety Manager/Supervisor Course. Civilian attendees must provide proof of manager/supervisor status. This may include verification by the civilian's immediate supervisor.
CIN: B-322-2210: Laboratory Identification of Malaria. Must obtain and bring the Malaria Prevention and Control course (NKO catalog# NMCPHC-MPC-1.2) certificate.
CIN: B-322-1100: Ship Sanitation Certificate Program. EHO prerequisites: Completion of the following courses: Ship Sanitation Control Exemption Certificate Program (NKO# CFHP-SSCEC-1.0), Health Aspects of Marine Sanitation Devices (NKO# NMCPHC-HAMSD-1.0), Water Sanitation Afloat (NKO# NMCPHC-WSA-1.0), Shipboard Pest Management (CIN: B-322-1075), and Food Safety Manager/Supervisor (CIN: B-322-2101). Eligible students: PMT's/EHO's only.
Requests for quotas can be made via e-mail in the format below and e-mailed to:
Students are required to be present throughout the entirety of the course and should not have any conflicting obligations (appointments/meetings) that may interfere with attending the class. Please take into consideration that last minute cancellations (less than five working days prior to the first day of class) or absences (no-shows), prevent other perspective students from enrollment.
Any of the following occurrences will result in disenrollment of the student from the course:
1. Multiple tardies.
2. Missing any subject/topic during a three-day (or shorter) course.
3. Missing more than one subject/topic during a one-week course.
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