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high school diploma or GED equivalence, be a graduate of a military service school and/or other related    school(s)    applicable    to    the apprenticeship trade; and be assigned duty in an authorized apprenticeship trade billet.    How  does  the  member  benefit?   The  program demands  quality  performance  and  evidence  of professional  growth  by  the  participant. The apprentice  learns  the  knowledge,  skills,  tools, and materials of the trade through a combination of  on-the-job  training  and  related  study  while performing   his/her   military   job. At   the conclusion  of  the  requirements,  the  member  is awarded   a   Certificate   of   Completion   of Apprenticeship in the appropriate trade from the Department of Labor, Washington, D.C.    How  do  the  Navy  and  other  service  branches benefit? The  military  services  get  highly motivated  groups  of  professional  men  and women  working  to  meet  the  high  standards required by all branches of service. The USMAP is  a  high  retention  tool,  normally  taking  more than    one    enlistment    to    complete    an Apprenticeship. As  a  natural  part  of  the program,  enrolled  members  enthusiastically volunteer  for  more  on-the-job  training  (OJT). The more work a member performs, the more the member  can  log  in  a  work  experience  hourly record.  Morale and job performance improves.    What does the program cost the member?  Other than a commitment to excellence, not a penny. The  Chief  of  Naval  Education  and  Training handles all program costs.    How long does it take to complete the program? That depends on the required hours of the trade in which the member enrolls.  USMAP approved trades  range  from  2,000  to  10,000  hours.    A 2,000 hour trade is considered a 1-year program; 8,000 hours, a 4-year program (etc.). A list of current Applicable Trades by Ratings for the  USMAP  can  be  found  on  the  USMAP  web  site www.cnet.navy.mil/nnaps.    If  the  enlisted  member’s rating  appears  on  this  list,  the  next  step  is  for  the individual to complete an application form and submit it to the USMAP office in accordance with information provided on the Web site at “WHERE TO START?” Marines  should  visit  their  local  Lifelong  Learning Centers  for  information  and  registration  into  the USMAP. OPNAVINST   1560.10B   governs   this program. Apprentice applications and progress/status report forms  are  available  at  no  cost  through  the  Defense Activity  for  Non-Traditional  Education  Support (DANTES), 6490 Saufley Field Road, Pensacola, FL 32509-5243 using the following stock numbers. (1) Apprentice Registration Application (CNET 1560/1) – DANTES Stock No. 0400. (2) Apprentice Progress/Status Report (CNET 1560/2) – DANTES Stock No. 0401. NOTE: If you do not have the authority to order forms  through  DANTES,  contact  your  local  Navy College Office for a supply. The  Work  Experience  Hourly  Record  (CNET 1560/3)  and  Work  Processes  Schedules  are  available on the USMAP web site  link at “FORMS.” A  training  WIZARD  providing  instruction  for filling  out  the  Work  Experience  Hourly  records  and completing  the  Apprentice  Progress/Status  Report form  is  available  on  the  USMAP  web  site  link  at “FORMS.”  A  CD  copy  of  this  WIZARD  can  be obtained  by  contacting  the  USMAP  office.   NOTE: You  will  need  Microsoft  Explorer  or  Netscape browser to access this program. ESOs, CCCs, and Navy College Office education specialists/guidance   counselors   may   obtain promotional pamphlets and  information packages for their commands by contacting the USMAP office   at DSN  922-1001  extension  1817/1741  or  commercial (850) 452-1001 extension 1817/1741. Q21.   When a member enrolled in the United Services Military Apprenticeship Program completes all of the requirements, what type of certificate is he or she awarded? Q22.   What, if anything, does it cost a member to enroll in  the  United  Services  Military  Apprenticeship Program? DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS’ AFFAIRS EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS Learning ObjectivesIdentify the basic Department of Veterans’  Affairs  educational  assistance  programs available for in-service and veteran personnel. Veterans’  Affairs  (VA)  educational  assistance refers to the financial aid available to pay for eligible veterans  and  active-duty  personnel  to  attend  school. 2-12

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