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MCINCR - Marine Corps Base Quantico

"Crossroads of the Marine Corps"


Welcome to the Marine Corps Base Quantico Civilian Training and Education page.  I am thrilled at the opportunity to assist you in meeting your educational goals as well as helping you to obtain your professional certifications.  Please take a few minutes to explore the various educational programs that are available to all Appropriated Fund Employees (APF).

These programs are designed to assist you in your personal and professional development while serving your nation as a member of the federal workforce.  Participating in this program will set you up for potential opportunities down the road. 

I look forward to assisting you. If you have any questions feel free to contact me via email at Jamie.deets@usmc.mil or by phone at 703-784-3101.


Jamie Deets

2019 Mandated HQMC Annual Training Requirements

Hello everyone,


Here is the Marine Corps' Quick Reference guide for FY19 mandatory training This is the absolute minimum training required by DON and the Marine Corps. All mandatory employee training requirements have been assigned to employees in TWMS except the following:


1.  Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting - Class is sponsored by NCIS and is requires face-to-face training.

2.  Workplace Violence Prevention - DON OCHR is working on a TWMS CBT course that should be ready within the next few months. It will be announced and assigned to employees at that time.


Please note that mandatory training for specific occupational fields or positions is not included in the attached list. 


Please use the attached list as your guide for identifying mandatory versus "recommended" supervisory training. Please note that it is very important to track supervisory training (especially for new supervisors on probation).   


Since some of you have experienced technical difficulties connecting to some of the training hosted on other sites such as NKO, here are a few tips that may help resolve some of the connectivity issues.  


MARADMIN 133/17 provides guidance for implementing the requirement that all civilian employees establish an Individual Development Plan (IDP) within 30 days of coming onboard and then at the beginning of a new performance cycle. This policy is applicable to USMC civilian employees paid from appropriated and non-appropriated funds to the extent permitted by law and applicable regulations.

I hope this information helps you manage mandatory training for your Commands. Please be sure to visit our website for training resources at: http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/hrom/Sponsored-Training/. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to give me a call.

Academic Degree Program Submission Deadlines

Key Dates - 

1st Quarter FY-20              9 September 2019

2nd Quarter FY-20            9 December 2019  

3rd Quarter FY-20             9 March 2020

4th Quarter FY-20             9 June 2020   




4th Quarter HROM Civilian Training                                                             

1. The Civilian Marine On-Site Training Course Catalog and the remaining Retirement Planning Class Schedule  is sponsored by the Human Resources and Organizational Management Branch (HROM).  Please note, upon notification of the approved Fiscal Year 2019 Training Budget, we will begin to  provide new and exciting On-Site Training class that can build upon and strengthen your core competencies.  The On-Site Training classes are also beneficial as part of creating your Individual Development Plan (IDP).  The IDP is a developmental tool that creates a partnership between the individual employee and supervisor.  For more information in reference to creating an IDP and additional information about Training and Workforce Development use the following link:


Course Listing:

-Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Diversity Training
-Marine Corps Acculturation Program (MCAP)
-New Supervisor Orientation (NSO)
-Position Description (PD) Writing Workshop for Supervisors and Managers
-Production on Purpose
-Retirement, Benefits, & Financial Planning for Civil Service
 Retirement System (CSRS) Employees
-Writing Effective Performance Appraisals
2.  CAC Scanner Sign-in Process:  CAC Scanner Sign-in Process has been implemented and all participants MUST bring their Common Access Card to attend all classes.  This process places all participants names unto a excel
spreadsheet making the uploading of your training into TWMS a much faster, easier process after attending a class.



3.  Remember that you should always obtain supervisor approval before registering.  To register for a class or find additional course information, please visit the HROM-Sponsored Training website: http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/hrom/SponsoredTraining.aspx .  Can't access our training website?  Send an email to:  SMB.HQMC.ARHB.TRNG@USMC.MIL .  For more information, see the attached REGISTRATION GUIDE for comprehensive instructions for completing, viewing, and canceling registrations.


4.  REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS:  Please let us know when you register if you require reasonable accommodations to participate in this training.


5.  If you have any questions or problems, please send an email to: SMB.HQMC.ARHB.TRNG@USMC.MIL to contact the Organizational and Workforce Management Section (ARHM) or call us at 703-614-9088.



Contact Information

Workforce Development

G-1, Civilian Manpower

Mailing Address:
  3250 Catlin Avenue
Room 226
 Quantico, VA 22134

Email: Jamie.deets@usmc.mil

Phone: (703) 784-3101

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