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Personnel Administration School

Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools

Camp Johnson, NC

The following information will be submitted through the nominees unit S-3/G-3 for registration in Marine Corps Training Information Management System (MCTIMS) to the applicable Marine Forces (MarFor) representative no later than 45 days prior to the class report date by e-mail or AMHS message.  Student information required by the MarFor representative for processing:

- LAST NAME, FIRST, MI, SSN AND MOS

- GRADE AND DATE OF RANK

- END OF CURRENT CONTRACT

- GENDER (for billeting purposes)

The appropriate MarFor will register students into MCTIMS for their respective subordinate commands.  Students requiring funded orders will be identified on the nominee's submission to their respective higher headquarters no later than 45 days prior to the class report date.  Students who have been registered in MCTIMS, but can no longer attend a scheduled class must have their registration cancelled within the MCTIMS student registrar module.  Cancelling a student's registration is the unit S-3/G-3 responsibility and shall be coordinated with the respective MarFor representative.  Cancelling a student's registration allows for efficient use of school seats for wait-listed students and ensures prudent use of world-wide TAD funds.  Students registered in MCTIMS who do not report for a scheduled class will be reported to Commanding General, TECOM for action.  Quota allocations not filled by Marine Forces Reserve (MarForRes) may be allocated to active duty personnel.

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Class Report Convene Grad
BMOC 3-19 20190729 20190730 20190917
BMOC 1-20 20200204 20200205 20200324
BMOC 2-20 20200406 20200407 20200522
BMOC 3-20 20200720 20200721 20200904

 

Second Lieutenant to Captain filling an Adjutant billet, or with orders to fill an Adjutant billet.  Nominees must possess Service “A”; Seasonal Service Uniform, Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU) and authorized PT gear.  Nominee must meet the Marine Corps Body Composition Program standards. Marines will report with original orders and in the Service "A" uniform.  Marines are expected to report to their respective course no later than 1600 on the scheduled class report date to the Commanding Officer, Personnel Administration School.  Students reporting after hours will report to the Marine Corps Combat Service Support School Command Duty Officer, located in building M131.  Course location is building M79, Camp Johnson, North Carolina.  Billeting and messing are available.  Marines should make contact with the Career Level Instruction OIC at 910-450-1790 for billeting assistance.  Prospective students must complete a "TD" fitness report prior to reporting for temporary duty.

Class Report date Convene date Grad date
POC 1-20 20200601 20200602 20200624

 

Newly appointed (0170) Warrant Officers.

Personnel Officer Course (POC) nominees must possess Service “A”; seasonal Service “C” or Service “B”; seasonal Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU) and authorized PT uniform.  Nominee must meet the Marine Corps Body Composition Program standards.  Students will report with original orders and in the Service "A" uniform.  Students are expected to report to their respective course no later than 1600 on the scheduled class report date to the Commanding Officer, Personnel Administration School.  Students reporting after hours will report to the Marine Corps Combat Service Support School Command Duty Officer, located in building M131.  Course location is building M79, Camp Johnson, North Carolina. Billeting and messing are available.    

 

Class Report date Convene date Grad date
MOC 1-20 20190930 20191001 20191011
MOC 2-20 CANX CANX CANX

 

1. The MOC is a nine-day course that provides formal skills progression training for restricted and unrestricted officers (PMOS 0102 and 0170) and staff non-commissioned officers (PMOS 0111) as well as Civilian Marine counterparts.
2. The MOC focuses upon manpower functions at the major subordinate command G-1 level, enabling students to improve their understanding of the Human Resource Development Process; the Global Force Management process; Force Deployment Planning and Execution; Commander’s Decision Cycle; Information Management; the Marine Corps Planning Process; Annex E development; Joint Personnel Support; Personnel Readiness Reporting; and Human Affairs Programs Management.
3. The following is the primary training audience.
3.a.  Unrestricted officers (PMOS 0102): Captain through Lieutenant Colonels serving in manpower or operations billets.
3.b.  Restricted officers (PMOS 0170): Chief Warrant Officer-3 through Chief Warrant Officer-5 serving in manpower or operations billets.
3.c.  Staff Noncommissioned Officers (PMOS 0111): Gunnery Sergeant through Master Gunnery Sergeant serving in manpower or operations billets.
3.d.  Civilian Marines serving in manpower or operations billets are authorized to attend with advanced permission from the Commanding Officer of Personnel Administration School.  

  

Class Report date Convene date Grad date
IASC 6-19 20190904 20190905 20191031
IASC 1-20 20191022 20191023 20191220
IASC 2-20 20200303 20200304 20200414*
IASC 3-20 CANX CANX CANX
IASC 4-20 20200706 20200707 20200827
ROM report date: 20200622    
IASC 5-20 20200831 20200901 20201020
       

 

***COVID-19 Restriction of Movement (ROM) information***

Marines reporting for a course NOT from the local area (over 50 miles):

You are to report directly to the restriction of movement (ROM) barracks no later than 1630 on the ROM report date and must do so immediately upon arrival to Camp Johnson. You are not permitted to enter any building until screened by medical. The ROM SDNCO and Corpsman are posted at barracks M430 to conduct screening and room assignment. Masks are required in all buildings at all times. You will be in ROM for 14 days. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided at no cost so zero out the perdiem rate on your DTS orders to avoid being overpaid. The food is chow hall food. The barracks does have free Wi-Fi. You are not permitted to leave the barracks area until your ROM is complete, visitors are not authorized. Upon completion of ROM you will report to building M79 in Alphas for class check-in on the regularly scheduled report date.  Reference MARADMIN 267/20 for justification for additional duty days for ROM when completing your orders.  Below are recommended items to make your stay more comfortable:  

Prescribed Medications, Laundry Soap, Hand Soap, Hand Sanitizer, Extra Food, Snacks, Lap Top/Tablet, Entertainment Items ect.

(you can PT within the designated area around M430 so if you have exercise equipment (i.e. TRX system) you would like to bring you may do so)

 

- COURESE PREREQUISITES

1. Advanced Administrative Specialist Course: Staff Sergeants and Gunnery Sergeants assigned primary military occupation specialty (PMOS) 0111. Sergeants are authorized to attend only if selected for Staff Sergeant or Warrant Officer.

2. Intermediate Administrative Specialist Course: Corporals and Sergeants assigned PMOS 0111. Lance Corporals are not authorized to attend. Staff noncommissioned officers returning to administration from a special duty assignment are authorized and encouraged to attend, if they have not previously completed the course.

3. The Marine must be physically capable of participating in the Marine Corps physical fitness program. Upon arrival to the course, the Marine must be in compliance with Marine Corps height and weight standards.

4. The Marine must have one year of obligated service remaining upon completion of the course.

5. The Marine must be free of administrative, legal, medical, dental, excessive appointments or human factors that would hinder training.

6. The Marine must arrive with a completed command screening checklist signed by the Commanding Officer that certifies the Marine complies with all course prerequisites.

7. Students who do not meet the above prerequisites may seek a waiver, which may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Contact the Staff Noncommissioned Officer in charge of Career Level Instruction for further information regarding waivers.

- AMPLIFYING INSTRUCTIONS

1.  Marines will report with original orders and in the Service "A" uniform to the Commanding Officer, Personnel Administration School, building M79, Camp Johnson, North Carolina.  

2.  Marines are expected to report to their respective course no later than 1600 on the scheduled class report date.  Marines reporting after hours will report to the Marine Corps Combat Service Support School Command Duty Officer, located in building M131 aboard Camp Johnson.   

3.  Marines must possess the Service “A”, Seasonal Service Uniform, Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU) and authorized PT gear.  The uniform of the day is Green MCCUU.  The uniform of the day for the last Friday of the month will be the Seasonal Service Uniform.

4.  Billeting and messing are available.  NCOs will be billeted in the Personnel Administration School barracks.  The primary billeting location for all SNCO's is the SNCO Academy barracks.  

5.  Marines must complete a "TD" fitness report prior to reporting for temporary duty or “TD” proficiency and conduct markings for Cpl’s.  

6.  Personnel who require funding from Training and Education Command must have a minimum of one year of active service remaining in order to attend.

7.  Marines registered in MCTIMS will be contacted via email approximately 30 days prior to the class reporting date by the courses Faculty Advisor (FA).  Complete the documents below and provide to the FA upon reporting:

Autobiography Exercise.doc

STUDENT INTERVIEW SHEET.doc   

/Portals/207/Docs/MCCSSS/PAS/PAScol Form 1500_1 (Career Level Command Screening Checklist)_docx.pdf?ver=2020-02-25-164338-230

 

 

Class Report date Convene date Grad date
AASC 4-19 20190731 20190801 20190925
AASC 1-20 20191015 20191016 20191213
AASC 2-20 CANX CANX CANX
AASC 3-20 CANX CANX CANX
AASC 4-20 20200729 20200730 20200923
ROM report date 20200715    

 

***COVID-19 Restriction of Movement (ROM) information***

Marines reporting for a course NOT from the local area (over 50 miles):

You are to report directly to the restriction of movement (ROM) barracks no later than 1630 on the ROM report date and must do so immediately upon arrival to Camp Johnson. You are not permitted to enter any building until screened by medical. The ROM SDNCO and Corpsman are posted at barracks M430 to conduct screening and room assignment. Masks are required in all buildings at all times. You will be in ROM for 14 days. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided at no cost so zero out the perdiem rate on your DTS orders to avoid being overpaid. The food is chow hall food. The barracks does have free Wi-Fi. You are not permitted to leave the barracks area until your ROM is complete, visitors are not authorized. Upon completion of ROM you will report to building M79 in Alphas for class check-in on the regularly scheduled report date.  Reference MARADMIN 267/20 for justification for additional duty days for ROM when completing your orders.  Below are recommended items to make your stay more comfortable:  

Prescribed Medications, Laundry Soap, Hand Soap, Hand Sanitizer, Extra Food, Snacks, Lap Top/Tablet, Entertainment Items ect.

(you can PT within the designated area around M430 so if you have exercise equipment (i.e. TRX system) you would like to bring you may do so)

 

- COURESE PREREQUISITES

1. Advanced Administrative Specialist Course: Staff Sergeants and Gunnery Sergeants assigned primary military occupation specialty (PMOS) 0111. Sergeants are authorized to attend only if selected for Staff Sergeant or Warrant Officer.

2. Intermediate Administrative Specialist Course: Corporals and Sergeants assigned PMOS 0111. Lance Corporals are not authorized to attend. Staff noncommissioned officers returning to administration from a special duty assignment are authorized and encouraged to attend, if they have not previously completed the course.

3. The Marine must be physically capable of participating in the Marine Corps physical fitness program. Upon arrival to the course, the Marine must be in compliance with Marine Corps height and weight standards.

4. The Marine must have one year of obligated service remaining upon completion of the course.

5. The Marine must be free of administrative, legal, medical, dental, excessive appointments or human factors that would hinder training.

6. The Marine must arrive with a completed command screening checklist signed by the Commanding Officer that certifies the Marine complies with all course prerequisites.

7. Students who do not meet the above prerequisites may seek a waiver, which may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Contact the Staff Noncommissioned Officer in charge of Career Level Instruction for further information regarding waivers.

- AMPLIFYING INSTRUCTIONS

1.  Marines will report with original orders and in the Service "A" uniform to the Commanding Officer, Personnel Administration School, building M79, Camp Johnson, North Carolina.  

2.  Marines are expected to report to their respective course no later than 1600 on the scheduled class report date.  Marines reporting after hours will report to the Marine Corps Combat Service Support School Command Duty Officer, located in building M131 aboard Camp Johnson.   

3.  Marines must possess the Service “A”, Seasonal Service Uniform, Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU) and authorized PT gear.  The uniform of the day is Green MCCUU.  The uniform of the day for the last Friday of the month will be the Seasonal Service Uniform.

4.  Billeting and messing are available.  NCOs will be billeted in the Personnel Administration School barracks.  The primary billeting location for all SNCO's is the SNCO Academy barracks.  

5.  Marines must complete a "TD" fitness report prior to reporting for temporary duty or “TD” proficiency and conduct markings for Cpl’s.  

6.  Personnel who require funding from Training and Education Command must have a minimum of one year of active service remaining in order to attend.

7.  Marines registered in MCTIMS will be contacted via email approximately 30 days prior to the class reporting date by the courses Faculty Advisor (FA).  Complete the documents below and provide to the FA upon reporting:

Autobiography Exercise.doc

STUDENT INTERVIEW SHEET.doc

/Portals/207/Docs/MCCSSS/PAS/PAScol Form 1500_1 (Career Level Command Screening Checklist)_docx.pdf?ver=2020-02-25-164338-230

 

 

 

The FY20 TAD funding data for active duty and active reserve Marines will be provided to all Marine Forces for issuance to commands with registered students through the TECOM Financial Management Branch (c464).  Unit S-3/G-3 sections can verify student registration through MCTIMS.
Rental cars will not be funded by TECOM.  Funding for a rental car is the responsibility of the attendee's parent command.
Within 45 days following the completion of the course, each unit will provide a copy of the student's liquidation to Commanding General, TECOM, Quantico, VA 22134 (c464fm).

Rank  Name
Personnel Administration School (Course #)
MCCSSS, Trng Cmd
PSC Box 20041
Camp Lejeune, NC 28542-0041

From I-40
Take exit 373 (Bypass around Kenasville)
Follow Hwy 24 towards Jacksonsville
This becomes Hwy/US-258/NC-24
At the intersection of Hwy 53, take the Jacksonville Bypass towards Camp Lejeune
Take the Montford Landing Road exit, turn right for Camp Johnson

From I-95
Exit on Hwy 70 East in Selma, NC
In Kinston, NC take Hwy 258 East towards Jacksonville
Hwy 258 will merge with Hwy NC-24 East  
At the intersection of Hwy 53, take the Jacksonville Bypass towards Camp Lejeune
Take the Montford Landing Road exit, turn right for Camp Johnson

From Hwy 17
Follow to Jacksonville, NC where you will pick up Hwy 24 East which leads to Camp Johnson