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NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 213/21, CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TO BECOME A CERTIFIED
REF B IS THE DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE SENIOR LEADER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT.
REF C IS THE NAVY CORRESPONDENCE MANUAL.//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN solicits applications for uniformed Navy personnel who
are also from specific commands and communities to participate in a second
call in line with reference (a) to participate in a Department of Defense
(DoD) Inter-Service Internal Coaching Training Program in line with reference
(b), henceforth known as the Coaching Culture Facilitator Course (CCFC). It
is a rigorous 16-week virtual program (31 May 2022 through 13 September 2022)
which will prepare participants to educate, promote and foster a coaching
culture within their respective service. This CCFC serves as an internal
coaching training program offered to create internal coaches across the DoD
to enhance the performance of every Service Member and increase warfighter
readiness and lethality. The CCFC provides a pathway to increase the number
of trained coaches in each service branch. There are 12 Navy quotas in this
2. Description of CCFC
a. The CCFC is a 16-week virtual program of instruction which provides
80 hours of coach-specific training across a curriculum approved by the
International Coaching Federation (ICF). The curriculum includes 30 hours of
coach training for a Leadership Coach Certification from Flatter, Inc., 30
hours of additional coach training to meet the needed 60 hours required for
application for an ICF coaching certification, 10 hours of mentor-coaching
required for ICF certification and 10 hours of CCFC specific orientation and
b. The CCFC instructional methodology is focused on providing
experiential learning with opportunities for participants to coach other
participants and leaders from the course. Classes are conducted during work
hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for a total of five hours of
training per week for the duration of the course. Content includes lectures,
the introduction of coaching tools and case studies. Participants must
attend at least 80 percent of class hours live. Missed live classes can be
3. Applications must reflect a commitment to building and sustaining a Navy
coaching culture. The selection process will focus on personal statements
related to interest in becoming a Navy coach, how becoming a Navy coach will
contribute to the short-term and long-term career goals of the applicant, the
commitment on behalf of the applicant to changing the culture of the Navy
through coaching and how the applicant has helped someone develop a plan for
reaching a goal.
4. Military Applicant Eligibility Criteria
a. Participation is open to all active and Training and Administration
of Reserve (TAR) - formerly called full time support - unrestricted line,
restricted line and staff corps officers in the permanent grades of O-3
through O-5 and chief warrant officers in the permanent grades of W-2 through
W-4. Enlisted participation is open to all active and TAR Sailors in the
permanent grades of E-6 through E-8 with a minimum of three years prior to
end of active obligated service.
b. All applicants, if selected, must also have a minimum of two years
remaining on station or have the command provide a recommendation for an
extension to meet time on station requirements.
c. Applicants must be stationed at one of the following headquarters
commands or in a community specified below with two years remaining on
station to be eligible for this second CCFC cohort:
U.S. Fleet Forces (USFF),
U.S. Pacific Fleet (PACFLT),
Commander, Naval Air Forces/Commander, Naval Air Forces Pacific (CNAF),
Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic (COMNAVAIRLANT),
Commander, Submarine Forces/Commander,
Naval Submarine Force Atlantic (COMNAVSUBFOR/LANT),
Commander, Submarine Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet (COMNAVSUBPAC),
Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet (COMNAVSURFOR),
Commander, Naval Surface Force, Atlantic (COMNAVSURFLANT),
Naval Special Warfare Command (SPECWAR),
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC),
Military Sealift Command (MSC),
Bureau Of Medicine And Surgery (BUMED),
Commander, Navy Reserve Force (RESFOR),
Naval Education And Training Command (NETC),
Naval Service Training Command (NSTC),
Recruit Training Command (RTC),
Officer Training Command (OTC),
Naval Leadership And Ethics Center (NLEC),
Medical Service Corps Research Psychology Community (2300/SSP 1845), and the
Human Resources Community (1200/1207).
Applicants from outside these headquarters commands or communities
will not be considered for this second CCFC cohort.
d. Certified or credentialed coaches and those with an ICF Associate,
Professional or Master Certified Coach credential are not eligible to apply
for the CCFC.
e. Certified or credentialed coaches are asked to contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org and LCDR Greg Hiatt,
email@example.com so that we may track all members with this
5. Application requirements. Materials will be submitted via encrypted
e-mail to LCDR Greg Hiatt, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 13
May 2022 by 2359 Eastern Standard Time (EST) and will consist of the
a. Authorization, Agreement and Certification of Training
(SF-182): Applicants are required to submit an SF-182 signed by their
training officer and supervisor. Individual seat expenses will be covered by
Navy Personnel Command. Travel is not required and no travel expenses will
be reimbursed. An SF-182 template is available
b. Letter of Intent: Applicants are required to submit a letter of
intent with the following information:
(1) Last Name, First Name, MI
(3) Rate or Designator
(5) E-mail address
(6) Phone Number
(7) Position Title, if applicable
(9) Supervisor Name, Title, Phone Number and e-mail
(10) Date of last promotion
(11) Projected Rotation Date and/or end of active obligated service
(12) List and describe any prior coach training or experience to
include relevant coaching certifications or credentials.
(13) Name, signature and date for both applicant and
supervisor. Digital signatures are acceptable.
c. The letter of intent will include essay-style responses with a
minimum of 250 words each to the following questions:
(1) Why are you interested in becoming a Navy Coach?
(2) How would becoming a Navy Coach contribute to your short-term and
long-term career goals?
(3) What is your commitment to changing the culture of the Navy
(4) Describe a prior work experience where you have helped someone
develop a plan for reaching a goal. How did you help them and support their
progress to achieve the goal?
d. The letter of intent will also include affirmation of the following
statements with signature of the applicant and supervisor:
(1) I fully understand the requirements and time commitment of five
hours per week for 16 weeks needed to engage in this training program.
(2) I agree to provide 100 hours of coaching within two years after
completing this training. (3) I agree to provide training to future
Navy Coaching Program courses and MyNavy Coaching within the next two years
after completing this training.
(4) I agree to submit a new supervisor agreement form to the MyNavy
Coaching initiative if my supervisor changes for any reason.
e. Commanding officer endorsement letter: Refer to reference (c) for
letter format. Applicants will be required to submit a signed endorsement
letter from their commanding officer.
6. Submission Instructions: All documents (SF-182, letter of intent, and
endorsement letter from the commanding officer) are required to be submitted
via encrypted e-mail to LCDR Greg Hiatt, email@example.com.
The file name for the applicant package should be as follows:
Last Name_First Name_CCFC2. If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail
within five business days of submission, contact the point of contact to
7. Role of Supervisors
a. Coaching is a learning and development activity and therefore is
intended to be accomplished during normal duty hours. Supervisors are
expected to support the on-duty participation of Service Members as much as
possible. Moreover, supporting Service Member participation in no way limits
the supervisor to schedule work for the Service Member. All coaching
engagements must have approval from immediate supervisors to minimize
conflicts with organizational mission priorities.
b. Applicants must be volunteers and possess self-awareness, good
listening skills, respectfulness, trustworthiness and demonstrate sensitivity
and discretion towards the issues of others in the organization. Applicants
should also express encouragement and optimism in both easy and difficult
situations and demonstrate accountability for self and others.
c. Due to the limited number of seats, commands are limited to nominate
no more than two personnel per command.
8. Selectees will be required to sign and submit the following three
Administrative Remarks, NAVPERS 1070/613:
a. CCFC Virtual Training Program Agreement, NAVPERS 1070/613
acknowledging the program requirements during work hours from 1000-1145 EST
on Tuesdays and Thursdays and from 1000-1130 EST on Wednesdays for a total of
five hours of training per week for a total of 16 weeks (from 31 May 2022
through 13 September 2022).
b. Coaching Reciprocation Agreement, NAVPERS 1070/613 to acknowledge the
applicant must provide 100 hours of coaching services to Department of the
Navy employees over a period of two years.
c. Continued Service Agreement, NAVPERS 1070/613 acknowledging the
applicant will remain in employment of and serve in the Federal Government
for a minimum of three years after completion of the CCFC. The three year
obligated service date will commence on the first day following graduation
from the training program.
a. Present - 13 May 2022: Application window open.
b. 13 May 2022: Applications are due NLT 2359 EST.
c. 20 May 2022: Applicants will be notified of selection status via
d. 21 - 26 May 2022: Selected applicants submit the three required
documents in paragraph 8 via e-mail to the designated MyNavy Coaching POC.
e. 31 May 2022: Second CCFC cohort begins.
10. Additional frequently asked questions regarding the CCFC and MyNavy
Coaching are available at:
11. Points of Contact
a. MyNavy Coaching Team, (901) 874-2547/DSN 882 or via e-mail:
b. LCDR Greg Hiatt, MyNavy Coaching Operations Officer, PERS-
00TMTF, (901) 874-2547/DSN 882 or via e-mail:
12. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled,
whichever occurs first.
13. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.//