FY-19 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING FOR CHAPLAINS AND RELIGIOUS PROGRAM SPECIALISTS:
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SUBJ/FY-19 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING FOR CHAPLAINS AND RELIGIOUS
NARR/REF A IS SECNAVINST 1730.7D, RELIGIOUS MINISTRY WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF
REF B IS SECNAVINST 5351.1, PROFESSIONAL NAVAL CHAPLAINCY.
REF C IS NAVEDTRA 135C, NAVY SCHOOL MANAGEMENT MANUAL.
REF D IS A DESIGN FOR MAINTAINING MARITIME SUPERIORITY, VERSION 1.0, JANUARY
REF E IS NAVY LEADER DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK, VERSION 2.0, APRIL 2018.
REF F IS OPNAVINST 1730.1E, RELIGIOUS MINISTRY IN THE NAVY.
REF G IS MCO 1730.6E, RELIGIOUS MINISTRY IN THE MARINE CORPS.
REF H IS COMDTINST M1730.4C, RELIGIOUS MINISTRIES WITHIN THE COAST GUARD.
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN establishes the Chief of Chaplains as program sponsor
for the professional development of Chaplain Corps (CHC) officers and
Religious Program Specialists (RP) in line with reference (a). The Chief of
Chaplains conducts annual short-course training for CHC officers and RPs to
update essential techniques and practices in military ministry. This
training provides continuing education units which may be required to
maintain religious organization credentials. The FY-19 Professional
Development Training will consist of a total of four days and is open to all
chaplains and RPs.
2. The Professional Development Training Workshop (PDTW), conducted the
first day, focuses on Professional Naval Chaplaincy.
3. The following three days, the Professional Development Training Course
(PDTC) will address Religious Ministry in Combat at and from the Sea. The
PDTC will enable chaplains and RPS to deliver relevant advice and effective
religious support as required by references (a) and (b).
4. Course training objectives are to:
a. Critically analyze religious ministry response across operational
phases of war,
b. Identify and assess the spiritual and moral effect of combat on
service members across the phases of war,
c. Develop the language of character development and warrior ethos,
d. Understand how ethics, morals and values are positive factors for
preventing moral and/or spiritual injury.
5. The FY-19 PDTW and PDTC are offered at the following locations:
7-10 Jan 19 NAS Jacksonville, FL
14-17 Jan Naval Base San Diego, CA
28-31 Jan MCB Camp LeJeune, NC
11-14 Feb JEB Little Creek-Fort Story
1-4 Apr MCAS Miramar, CA
8-11 Apr Naval Base Kitsap, WA
6-9 May Naval Base Norfolk, VA
3-6 Jun NAS Pensacola, FL
17-20 Jun MCB Camp Pendleton, CA
4-7 Mar 19 MCB Kaneohe Bay, HI
18-21 Mar MCB Camp Butler, Okinawa
20-23 May NAVSUPPACT Naples, Italy
6. Subject to local approval, commands are authorized to provide
appropriated funds in support of religious ministries within the command to
include funding chaplains and RPs to attend annual PDTCs according to
references (f) through (h). Participants are encouraged to attend training
in their local areas.
7. Read-ahead material is required for the PDTW and the PDTC.
Additional information is posted on the Naval Chaplaincy School and Center
milBook site. To attend all four days of training, chaplains and RPs must
register for both the PDTW (CIN: A-5G-0005) and PDTC
(CIN: P-5G-1303) thorough the catalogue of Navy training courses.
8. The point of contact for registration is Mr. John Lee, Naval Chaplaincy
School and Center Training Management Specialist, at 803- 751-9018/DSN 734 or
via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
9. This NAVADMIN is canceled for record purposes on 30 September 2019.
10. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//