The Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) is scheduled to pilot a new series of self-paced computer-based training modules to be used in support of the Navy's Master-at-Arms (MA) Apprentice or 'A' School training, Feb. 9. The newly developed self-paced learning portion of the course will encompass a week of the existing seven-week course. It will cover topics such as apprehension, military jurisdiction, use of force and more. The upcoming pilot will introduce the first phase in a series of proposed changes to the curriculum based on the updated training requirements provided by the fleet. For more information on CENSECFOR, visit the Center for Security Forces newspage at www.navy.mil/local/csf/ and website at www.netc.navy.mil/centers/csf/.
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