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Functionality on this page requires JavaScript to be enabled. You currently have JavaScript disabled. They assist with the preparation, planning, and execution of strategic mobility plans in accordance with the Time Phased Force Deployment Data TPFDD used to deploy and sustain forward deployed forces. They compile and maintain logistics support data, compute combat logistics support requirements, and coordinate combat logistics functions in support of MAGTF operations and deployments.

To help you focus on the credentials most appropriate for early in your career, the National Certifications list below has been filtered to only show COOL-funded certifications that are related to Most or Some of the skills and training gained in your MOS.

You can customize your search by clicking Select Filters at the top left of the credentials table or by using the keyword search at the top right of the table. Obtaining credentials related to your MOS helps improve your professionalism and help prepare you for civilian employment when you do transition out. Once you have found a credential you want to pursue and are eligible for, you can apply for a voucher for COOL funding to pay for the exam.

Make sure to check to see that you meet the eligibility requirements for a voucher before you apply. To help you focus on credentials most applicable to this phase in your career, the certification list has been filtered to only show COOL-funded certifications that are related to Most or Some of the skills and training gained in your MOS.

Obtaining credentials related to your MOS helps improve your professionalism and helps prepare you for civilian employment when you do transition out. The Marine Corps will not pay for exams if you have less than six months of service left so you'll want to plan accordingly.

You chose Transitioning-- this applies to Marines who are not reenlisting and are planning their next steps. To help you focus on the most applicable credentials, the certification list has been filtered to only show in-demand credentials that are GI Bill approved. Obtaining a credential can help prepare you for civilian employment, and can demonstrate knowledge and skills in a way civilian employers understand.

If you are already within that six-month timeframe, you can still choose to pursue the credential yourself or explore other funding options to pay for credentials. As a transitioning Marine, you may also want to visit the Marine Corps' Transition Readiness Program for other guidance regarding reentering the civilian workforce. You chose Promotion-Seeking-- this applies to Marines who plan to stay in the Corps and who are actively working on advancement.

To help you focus on the most applicable credentials, the certification list has been filtered to only show COOL-funded certifications that are related to Most or Some of the skills and training gained in your MOS.

Obtaining credentials related to your rating helps improve your professionalism and help prepare you for civilian employment when you do transition out. You chose Veteran-- veterans are any former Service member who has been discharged from active duty military service. To help you focus on the most applicable credentials, the certification list has been filtered to show in-demand credentials that are GI Bill approved. COOL does not pay for credentialing exams for veterans, but you may be able to get your credential funded through the GI Bill.

Explore your funding options to see what funding may be available to you. Also, visit our page of Related Sites and expand the Resource Sites For Veterans section to see what other resources may be available to you. These credentials may require additional education, training or experience. For more information about these credentials, click on the credential title below.

Some states have specific licensing requirements for the following related civilian occupations. These state licenses may require additional education, training or experience. Click on the occupation below to get more information on state requirements from the U. Department of Labor. The U. USMAP enhances your job skills and shows your motivation for more challenging military assignments. Having a DOL Certificate of Completion is an advantage in getting better civilian jobs since employers know the value of apprenticeships.

Completing an apprenticeship is a process with four major steps. These occupations may require additional education, training or experience. For more information about these occupations, click on the civilian occupation below. For more information about these occupations, click on the federal occupation below. In addition to obtaining certifications in your field, advanced education is another way to enhance job performance. For help in making informed choices on schools and education programs when using tuition assistance, see:.

Department of Labor sponsored CareerOneStop's analysis indicates the certification is frequently mentioned in online job postings. The credentials shown in this table are related to this military occupation in one of three ways: Most, Some, or Other.

Note that the credential may require additional education, training or experience before you are eligible for them. To ensure a complete understanding of the credential requirements, click on the credential name in the table and review the page that follows. To ensure a complete understanding of credential requirements, click on the credential name in the table and review the page that follows. Credential is related to this military occupation, but is more advanced or specialized and therefore will likely require additional education, training, or experience.

This indicates ease of attainability in relationship to the experience and education requirements for this credential and the duties performed within the military occupation.

Additional years required for certain preliminary stages may not be included in this classification. For requirements measured in hours, hours was considered a year. For days, days was considered a year. Please review all prerequisites and requirements for eligibility, and additional information for details.

Contact usmccool navy. Reimbursement for exam fees has been approved for payment through the GI Bill for the credentials with the GI Bill icon in this column. Note: GI Bill approval data is updated quarterly. This icon indicates that the credential has been accredited by at least one of the following. Hover over the icon to see which ones it has. See below for more information on what is listed in the hover text. Accreditation is the process by which a credentialing or educational program is evaluated against defined standards, and if it meets these standards, is awarded recognition by a third party.

ANAB accreditation tells you that the credential meets documented standards of quality. Click here for the external link to the ANAB site for more information. NCCA accreditation tells you that the credential meets documented standards of quality. Click here for the external link to the NCCA site for more information. ICAC accreditation tells you that the credential meets documented standards of quality, which you can review on their web site.

Click here for the external link to the ICAC site for more information. ABSNC accreditation tells you that the credential meets documented standards of quality, which you can review on their web site. IAS accreditation tells you that the credential meets documented standards of quality, which you can review on their web site. Click here for the external link to the IAS site for more information. The civilian and military jobs share either most job duties or some job duties.

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The Registered Apprenticeship icon indicates that this job has an apprenticeship program registered with the U. Click the links in this column to go to the Apprenticeship Finder and enter career path or location to find apprenticeship opportunities. Click the links in this column to go to the external link My Next Move for Veterans web site to view salary and employment information for the job.

The CSCP takes a broad view of operations, extending beyond internal operations to encompass the entire supply chain, from supplier, through the company, to the end consumer.

CSCP candidates must meet an experience, degree or credential eligibility requirement and pass a written exam. The CHMP is intended to enhance regulatory compliance, safety, and overall credibility of operations, and provide recognition to individuals who meet its rigorous requirements.

MSSC training and assessment addresses the need for employability and academic skills as well as technical skills. MSSC strongly recommends that individuals be at the 8th grade level of math and 9th grade level of English before attempting MSSC courses and assessments.

There are no experiential or hands-on requirements for MSSC certification as it is expected that individual employers will determine those requirements based upon their own specific needs. Critical work functions and their related key activities for the CLA include: global supply chain logistics life cycle, logistics environment, material handling equipment, safety principles, safe material handling and equipment operation, quality control principles, workplace communications, teamwork and workplace behavior to solve problems, and using computers.

See your installation Education Service Officer for credential exam information and coordinating instructions. This certification is considered in demand. Click to go to the external link for GI Bill licensing and certification information. An apprenticeship program is registered with the U.

Go to the Apprenticeship Finder and enter career path or location to find apprenticeship opportunities. State Licenses Some states have specific licensing requirements for the following related civilian occupations. This is an official U. Marine Corps website Updated: May 29, Related As The credentials shown in this table are related to this military occupation in one of three ways: Most, Some, or Other. OTHER Credential is related to this military occupation, but is more advanced or specialized and therefore will likely require additional education, training, or experience.

Attainability This indicates ease of attainability in relationship to the experience and education requirements for this credential and the duties performed within the military occupation. Accreditation This icon indicates that the credential has been accredited by at least one of the following. Civilian Occupations Table Legend Duties Matched The civilian and military jobs share either most job duties or some job duties.

Registered Apprenticeship The Registered Apprenticeship icon indicates that this job has an apprenticeship program registered with the U. The CPIM certification does not have eligibility requirements at this time. Renewal Period: 3 years The Certified Professional in Supply Management CPSM certification is for supply chain and procurement professionals with skills in areas such as finance, supplier relationship management, organizational global strategy, and risk compliance.

Candidates must either have five years of full-time, professional supply management experience non-clerical, nonsupport without a qualified bachelor's degree or have three years of full-time, professional supply management experience non-clerical, nonsupport and must have a bachelor's degree.

Candidates must also pass three written exams. The goal of the CLT AE is to raise the level of performance of logistics workers both to assist the individuals in finding higher-wage jobs. MSSC strongly recommends that individuals be at an 8th-grade math and 10th-grade reading level.

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