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DON COOL - Welcome To DON COOL

Welcome to DON COOL. The Department of Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (DON COOL) website represents the joint effort, close coordination and shared resources that support the Navy and Marine Corps COOL programs. Credentialing is becoming ever more important across the DoD, adding value for Sailors and Marines while they serve and as they transition to civilian life.

Posted: Friday Jan 15, 2021

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Welcome to Navy Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL)

Posted: (2 days ago) Navy COOL remains operational and will continue to provide credentialing support. Important - Prior to submitting a voucher request for exam funding, please contact the testing agency/center to ensure they will be able to provide the exam. Once you have confirmed the ability to test, submit your voucher request for processing and funding.

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Welcome to Navy Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL)

Posted: (1 days ago) This is an official U.S. Navy website Updated: January 8, 2021 Updated: January 8, 2021

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DON COOL - Welcome to DON COOL

Posted: (2 days ago) DON COOL reflects the Department of the Navy's ongoing commitment to Sailors, Marines, and Civilians in providing world class training, experience, and opportunities that will serve them well on active duty, Federal service, and post-service civilian careers. For more information, you can read all about COOL.

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Navy COOL - Training Courses and Practice Exams

Posted: (1 days ago) Navy E-Learning. Service members pursuing certification can use the Navy E-Learning program to complete training and examination requirements. The Navy is working with outside entities to provide computer-based training in information technology and telecommunications-related subjects to active duty military, Navy Reserve, and authorized civilian personnel.

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Welcome to Marine Corps Credentialing Opportunities Online ...

Posted: (2 days ago) This is an official U.S. Marine Corps website Updated: January 8, 2021 Updated: January 8, 2021

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Navy COOL Summary - INSTRUCTOR

Posted: (2 days ago) Navy Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) - INSTRUCTOR. You selected Early Career—this applies to Sailors in paygrades E1-E3. To help you focus on the credentials most appropriate for early in your career, the National Certifications list below has been filtered to only show COOL-funded certifications. You can customize your search by clicking Select Filters at the top left of the ...

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Navy COOL - Cyber IT/CSWF: Training and Pre-Assessment ...

Posted: (1 days ago) The U.S. Department of Homeland Security established the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS) as a framework foundation to increase the capability of the U.S. Cyberspace IT/Cybersecurity Workforce. The NICCS catalog is a searchable database providing lists of cybersecurity and cybersecurity-related training courses offered in the U.S. for cybersecurity professionals.

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Navy COOL Summary - Safety Technician

Posted: (2 days ago) Introduction to Navy Safety and Occupational Health (Ashore)(A-493-0050) or (A-493-0550 for the online course). Submarine Safety Officer Afloat Course (F-4J-0020) or (F-4J-0023 for the online course). NEC B22A Safety Inspector which is awarded upon graduation of the Construction Safety Standards course (A-493-0021)

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Navy COOL - Navy Tuition Assistance Program

Posted: (2 days ago) Clock hour courses must lead to an eligible certificate/diploma program. Navy TA pays, up-front, the tuition charged by educational institutions for course enrollments. Navy TA pays 100 percent of tuition costs for courses applicable to the completion of a high school diploma or equivalency certificate. For other education levels, there is a ...

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Navy COOL - Cyber IT/CSWF

Posted: (2 days ago) Initial Training. A description of required initial training for the Specialty Area—generally a high school diploma and completion of Navy "A" school (for Navy enlisted). Minimum Credential Requirement. A list of the education, training, certification and on-the-job training (OJT) required for the Specialty Area.

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