Pakistan army Maj. Gen. Aamer Abbasi, General Headquarters, general officer, commanding 10 Division, provides a presentation to staff, students and faculty at U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
Pakistan army Maj. Gen. Aamer Abbasi, General Headquarters, general officer, commanding 10 Division, provides a presentation to staff, students and faculty at U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. Abbasi’s presentation focused on counter-insurgency and current operations against militant groups in Pakistan. 150316-N-PX557-058 NEWPORT, R.I. (March 16, 2015)

Online Professional Military Education

The Naval War College offers four professional military education (PME) courses delivered via the My Navy Portal (MNP) for officers, enlisted and DoN civilians. These courses are designed to provide learners with a 24/7 worldwide PME experience at milestones in their careers. Dynamic and engaging, these courses are designed to increase professional knowledge, hone an understanding of the art of naval science and joint operations, and enable the service member to effectively engage in the joint environment.

PME Overview

Primary PME

The Primary PME (officer and enlisted) courses are designed to provide a common educational baseline for junior officers (CWO2 to O4) and senior enlisted (E7 to E9) across the spectrum of professional military education as identified by the Officer Professional Military Education Program/Enlisted Professional Military Education Program (OPMEP/EPMEP) and fleet requirements. The courses consist of approximately 70 contact hours of education and are tailored to each community. Where appropriate, they address community specific lessons.

Note: The Primary PME (Enlisted) course is a prerequisite for attending the Senior Enlisted Academy (SEA).

Basic PME

The Basic PME enlisted course was developed to create a common PME experience for all petty officers at the E5 to E6 level regardless of rate or warfare community. This course was created to serve as the foundation for the Primary Enlisted course and to build upon the Introductory PME enlisted course. This course addresses learning objectives identified by the EPMEP and fleet requirements, providing approximately 40 contact hours of education.

Introductory PME

The Introductory PME enlisted course was developed to provide entry level education and to serve as a common PME baseline for all Sailors. Designed for learners E1 to E4, this course is approximately 20 contact hours in length and serves as the foundation for a Sailor’s PME experience. This course is designed to meet the learning objectives identified by the EPMEP and fleet requirements.

Enrollment

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Course Completion Certificates

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Online PME Challenge

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Reference Curriculum

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Additional PME Information

Visit SEA Program

The Senior Enlisted Academy, better known as SEA, prepares active and reserve personnel from the U.S. Navy, Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, and National Guard, and international service partners for increased leadership and career advancement.

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Navy E-Learning

Designed by Sailors for Sailors, NWC provides completion certificates for the four courses it offers in Navy E-Learning. NWC does not provide certificates for non-NWC JPME courses delivered through Navy eLearning.

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