Sea Warrior Program Office Supports Learning and Development
Published, June 12, 2012
The Sea Warrior Program is the primary information technology acquisition agent for non-tactical business operations addressing manpower, personnel, training and education capability gaps, legacy systems and distance support to the fleet. The program's role is to modernize Navy human resources management systems and afloat business IT used by sailors, the fleet, and the Navy enterprise. Sea Warrior manages a complex portfolio of 33 major IT systems used to recruit, train, pay, promote, move, retire and support Navy personnel ashore and afloat. ...
Some Sea Warrior training and learning programs include:
Navy eLearning (NeL) is a distance learning capability that includes online courses, multimedia content, a learning management system ashore, and a learning management system afloat that provides 24/7/365 on-demand access to course offerings for active duty and reserve military, civilians and contractors. It is one of the largest distance learning implementations in the world with more than 900,000 users and 6,500 online courses. Since NeL was first launched in 2000, the system has logged nearly 25 million course completions.
Navy Knowledge Online
Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) is the largest Navy portal with over one million registered users - about 92 percent of active duty and 73 percent of reserve personnel use NKO. A component of NKO, the Navy Training Management and Planning System:
- Collectively generates 300,000 sailor training readiness reports per month for use by the fleet
- Includes the Electronic Training Jacket that is used by all sailors in preparation for boards and career development
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