Training & Development - Human Resources Office
Training & Development
This website was created to assist NPS students, faculty, and staff with their training and certification obligations. The training provided here is all web-based, and can be completed from your office or home.
The Employee Development Council’s (EDC) purpose is to provide a framework for career and professional development opportunities for all levels of core and contingent staff. Training resources are available to support NPS staff.
Civilian Academic Development
CIVILIAN ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Team NPS, after a lot of input from faculty and staff we have updated our Civilian Academic Development Program instruction. This instruction provides NPS civilian employees a development opportunity by authorizing part-time enrollment in an academic program or individual courses at NPS. All NPS AD, GS, and WG employees, full-time and part-time working at least half-time, who have been employed at NPS for three months are eligible for this program. Employees must sign a continued service agreement along with their course registration packet prior to taking any course.
The Total Workforce Management Services (TWMS) provides employees access to mandatory web-based trainings and track completion of mandatory requirements.
- Log into TWMS (mytwms.dc3n.navy.mil) with your CAC, using Internet Explorer or Chrome.
- Click on OK, Proceed to Application, enter your PIN number, click Continue, and then click on No, Continue to what I was doing.
- Select Online Training & Notices under the heading Tools/Actions
- Select Available Training link
Navy e-Learning (NeL) is a portal used by civilian employees, active duty, reserve and retired enlisted and officers of the United States Navy. NeL provides information and resources such as training, career management, personal development, leadership, learning, references and more.
Individual Development Plan (IDP)
DOD Instruction 1400.25, Volume410, DoD Civilian Personnel Management System: Training, Education, and Professional Development, requires the creation and updating of IDPs for all civilian employees. OCHR has incorporated this requirement into the new SECNAV 12410.25B, Civilian Employee Training and Career Development.
What is an IDP?
An Individual Development Plan (IDP) is a tool to assist employees in career and personal development. Its primary purpose is to help employees reach short and long-term career goals as well as develop the specific competencies necessary to meet current objectives and to determine the training, education, and other professional development strategies that can be used to develop such competencies. IDPs assist in making employee performance more effective in present or future positions and should be viewed as partnership between an employee and their supervisor.