By Information Warfare Training Command Virginia Beach
VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia – In October 2020, the decision to discontinue the Hampton Roads Training Support Center (TSC HR) was made, resulting in a realignment of tasks and responsibilities to training support activities in the region.
This month, Information Warfare Training Command (IWTC) Virginia Beach will assume the student management duties and responsibilities for the Department of Defense and international students completing their training at IWTC Virginia Beach under the direction Newly created N9.
As it stands, TSC HR provides centralized student military training / management, facilities support, information technology, security support, commercial resources / logistics support and liaison from the military. fleet / quota control at Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) activities in the Hampton Roads area. responsibility.
As a member of the MyNavy HR team, NETC is the Navy’s largest shore-based command with more than 19,000 military and personnel in more than 1,640 activities, sites, districts, stations and subordinate detachments across the world. NETC and the MyNavy HR Force Development organization have full ownership of the entire “From the Street to the Fleet” process, recruiting civilians and, through world-class training, transforming them into combat-ready combatants. to meet the current and future needs of the fleet.
As part of the new construction, IWTC Virginia Beach N9 leadership will maintain the same goals as TSC HR:
• Optimize assets and resources to ensure an effective and efficient learning site and student support structure.
• Ensure that an appropriate mix of best-value infrastructure support solutions are implemented to support professional and personal development.
• Establish and maintain a responsive, accountable and data driven organization that supports the training mission of the learning site.
• Capitalize on our difference by sharing various approaches to challenges.
“The student management support that Training Support Center Hampton Roads has provided to Information Warfare Training Command Virginia Beach over the years has been invaluable,” said Cmdr. Chris Biggs, director of student management at IWTC Virginia Beach N9. “While IWTC Virginia Beach has a long way to go in fulfilling some of the duties and responsibilities of TSC, I have no doubts that the staff at IWTC Virginia Beach and the new N9 leadership will ensure a smooth transition for the students. that pass through our doors. ”
IWTC Virginia Beach currently offers 59 training courses in Information Technology, Cryptology and Intelligence with an instructor and support staff of 278 military, civilian and contract members who train more than 6,600 students annually at five training sites in the Hampton Roads area. It is one of the four schools of the Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) and also oversees the learning sites in Jacksonville and Mayport, Florida; Kings Bay, Georgia; and Groton, Connecticut, to continue to align community training with information warfare.
With four school commands, a detachment, and training sites in the United States and Japan, CIWT trains more than 22,000 students each year, providing trained information warfare professionals to the Navy and Joint Services . CIWT also offers over 200 courses for crypto technicians, intelligence specialists, information systems technicians, electronics technicians, and officers in the information warfare community.
For more information on the Center for Information Warfare Training domain, visit https://www.netc.navy.mil/CIWT, www.facebook.com/NavyCIWT, or www.twitter.com/NavyCIWT.
|Date posted:||02/18/2021 04:19 AM|
|Site:||VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia, United States|
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