| 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.
With the PQS program, you will qualify for the tasks that have been assigned to you. 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.
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.
On the Learning tab, click Navy eLearning, then go to Online Courses. To connect to NeL on surface ships with a NIAPS server installed, go to NKO at Sea, click Navy eLearning on the Learning tab, then click Online Courses. For help or assistance, contact the Command Training Officer (TOW).
Traditionally referred to as quantitative appraisers (QS), professional quantitative appraisers (PQS) or quantitative appraisers for private firms (PQS), they usually deal with contracts, measurements and costs for construction projects.
Continuous improvement is an organized approach to identify opportunities for improvement that can help a company achieve its goals, increase profits, reduce costs and accelerate innovation. The approach is also used to improve the quality of a product or service and to improve safety.
Once completed, the administrative notes form becomes a service record and is permanently stored in the US Navy service record (NAVCRUIT 1070/3).
The first version of the My Navy portal gives sailors access to physical readiness information management system data and their official military records. Even so, sailors can access it from home, but will need to purchase a shared access card reader to access.
To access exam results via NKO, sailors can log into www.nko.navy.mil and go to My Ad Channels, then click on the exam profile sheet link, which will take the sailor directly to the extended exam profile.
Sailors can log into the Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) website and select the Navy Advancement Center from the Career Management drop-down menu and then click My Advancement to access the “Advanced Profile Sheet” link. At the top of the profile sheet there is a block for entering an e-mail address.