The PQS program is a way to qualify for the fulfillment of assigned tasks. A Personnel Qualification Standard (NQP) is a written list of the knowledge and skills you need to possess: qualify for a specific guard post, repair a specific equipment or system, or act as a member of a team in a unit assigned.
A: The Navy Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) are available on My Navy Portal (MNP) and can be viewed at https://www.mnp.navy.mil. In the top menu under Careers and life events> Education, educational qualifications, click Qualifications> Employee qualification standards in the left menu.
The Navy’s Corporate Enterprise Training Activity Resource System (CeTARS) is the authoritative management system for student training for crew, personnel, training and education (MPTE) and serves as a data source for all information statistics on naval training and aspects of student management.
Navy Training Course Catalog (CANTRAC) CANTRAC is a NAVEDTRA publication that contains information on all Navy training courses. CANTRAC is also a derivative of the CeTAS online database.
Qualification: The candidate must have passed a 10 + 2 qualification exam in mathematics and physics as well as at least one of the following subjects in chemistry / biology / computer science. Age limit: Candidates must have been born between February 1, 1998 and January 31, 2002, i.e. between 16 and 20 years of age.
OASC can help improve basic math, reading comprehension and vocabulary. College Placement Skills Training (CPST): Prepare for entrance exams with interactive games and activities.
To access NeL from a link on the My Navy (MNP) portal my.navy.mil, select the Professional Resources drop-down menu, then select Nautical Courses to Learn Online Courses. For more information on the Marina, see the Marina section. To learn more about the benefits of military training, visit the Training section.