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Non-Resident Leadership Courses

Our non-resident leadership courses are designed for delivery at the local command level and provide tools and resources to ensure leadership and management success. They are tailored to support rank specific training from petty officer selectees to chief petty officers.

Chief’s Mess Training

The Chief’s Mess Training is designed to present the CPO Mess with an actual Fleet-based scenario case study or directive to stimulate vigorous discussion among the Chiefs. The case study, related questions, and key points are intended to enable the Mess as a whole to learn from each other’s experiences and develop the problem-solving skills Chiefs must have to succeed.

Chief Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course

The Chief Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course was designed to be taught over three days, with each unit consisting of eight (8) hours of instruction. It is expected that each day of training should begin with the Sailor’s Creed.

Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course

The Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course is designed as a three day course requiring a minimum of 8 hours per teaching day. It is recommended that the material be facilitated by a chief petty officer or above. It is delivered using the facilitation model as outlined in chapter six of the Navy Instructor Manual (NAVEDTRA 134A).

Petty Officer First Class Selectee Leadership Course

The Petty Officer First Class Selectee Leadership Course is designed as a three day course requiring a minimum of 8 hours per teaching day. It is recommended that the material be facilitated by a chief petty officer or above. It is delivered using the facilitation model as outlined in chapter six of the Navy Instructor Manual (NAVEDTRA 134A).

Petty Officer Second Class Selectee Leadership Course

The Petty Officer Second Class Selectee Leadership Course is designed as a three day course requiring a minimum of 8 hours per teaching day. It is recommended that the material be facilitated by a chief petty officer or above. It is delivered using the facilitation model as outlined in chapter six of the Navy Instructor Manual (NAVEDTRA 134A).

Division Officer Leadership Course (DIVOLC)

The Division Officer Leadership Course (DIVOLC) provides junior officers the necessary tools to develop a strong character and function as effective front line leaders at the Division Officer level. The DIVOLC provides a core curriculum of character development, communication and cognitive skills for the first three days, followed by two days of community-generated case studies and materials.

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The Naval Leadership and Ethics Center’s (NLEC) curriculum focuses on ethics, self-awareness, communications, teamwork, and decision-making.

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The Naval Leadership and Ethics Center (NLEC) has created an orientation guide, including lodging and uniform details, to help prepare you for your time in Newport.

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Each year, U.S. Naval War College’s Naval Leadership and Ethics Center prepares more than 400 prospective commanding officers and their support teams for leadership success.

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