An analysis of the Navy Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education architecture
Kolpak, Ronald F., III
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This thesis examines the systems that make up the Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) process in the United States Navy. The study identifies existing MPT&E system flows of input, throughput, output and outcomes, seeking opportunities to improve MPT&E training and education. While community specific MPT&E training exists on the Navy Education and Training Command (NETC) Learning Management System, E-Learning, there is no fleet-accessible general MPT&E training available to Sailors entering Manpower Billets. The only MPT&E course available that covers all aspects of MPT&E is the Naval Postgraduate School's (NPS) Graduate School of Business and Public Policy course MN2111: Seminar in Manpower, Personnel and Training I, which is only available to NPS students. To address this training and education gap, NPS should update the electronic version of MN2111 and have it posted by NETC on their E-Learning website.
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