CARE GMT topics are further divided into two Subcomponents: biennial and secondary.
Biennial CARE GMT topics must be completed by all uniformed personnel as part of the deployment cycle, part of mobilization preparations, or required once every two years. These topics are designed to be delivered with locally-developed training resources or standardized content. These topics may be incorporated into the deployment readiness training or conducted separately. Only two CARE GMT topics (Domestic Violence Prevention and Reporting and Sexual Health and Responsibility) are listed on the recommended schedule for FY16. The remaining two topics (Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Awareness and Stress Management) will be listed on the FY17 schedule.
Selection and completion of secondary care GMT topics will be at the Navy Reserve Activity Commander's discretion. However, Echelon IV commanders should establish and assist subordinate commanders in identifying trends that might indicate a need for specific training and provide appropriate guidelines and recommendations for the completion of those GMT topics.
Secondary CARE GMT topics are: Physical Readiness, Hazing Policy and Prevention, Personal Financial Management, Operational Risk Management, and Energy Policy.
The schedule for FY16 GMT delivery is listed below. The FY16 GMT schedule, displayed in calendar format, as well as an easy-to-read table listing FY16 GMT guidance are attached to this Govdelivery as well as available on the CNRFC N7 Sharepoint site.
- October: Privacy and Personally Identifiable Information (PII)(SCT) and Cyber Security Awareness (IA) (SCT)
- November: Suicide Awareness and Prevention (F2F required)(SCT)
- December: Domestic Violence Prevention and Reporting (mobile app available) (CARE)
- January: Combating Trafficking of Persons General Awareness (SCT)
- February: Operations Security (Uncle Sam's OPSEC/mobile app anticipated mid-October) (SCT)
- March: Records Management (SCT)
- April: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Awareness (SAPR) (F2F) and Equal Opportunity/Sexual Harassment / Grievance Procedures (F2F) (SCT)
- May: Antiterrorism Level I Awareness (mobile app in development) (SCT)
- June: Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting (SCT) and Sexual Health and Responsibility (CARE)
A new training titled Chart the Course will replace Bystander Intervention to the Fleet (BI2F) in FY16. More information concerning Chart the Course will be disseminated as it becomes available.
For more information on the mobile app or other information related to the GMT program, the Navy's official GMT webpage can be accessed via Navy Knowledge Online (NKO). Once logged into NKO, select the GMT option under the Personal Development menu item.