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Enlisted Academy

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Unclassified CEP 2 SOE 3420 Nomination Only Enlisted Academy
Description

*Note: Students MUST provide BOTH a personal email address AND either their .gov or .mil email address in order to be registered for the course.

The course educates and prepares enlisted special operators for mid-level leadership roles in SOF. Using a transformative approach, students will enhance their skills in critical thinking, organizational leadership, and management. Students will analyze the implications of U.S. national strategy on the execution of USSOCOM operations and strategy.

Audience

E7 SOF operators and enablers. Effective Immediately the USSOCOM CCM in coordination with Component CSELs has deemed that all JSOU Enlisted Academy courses (CEPs 1-4) are now nominative. Each respective SOF Service Component MAJCOM CSEL is responsible for oversight of their Component nominations. Students must be nominated by an E-9 in their Chain of Responsibility. Nomination emails must be forwarded to JSOU Enlisted Academy Service Component Liaisons: USASOC: JSOU.EA.ARMY@socom.mil , WARCOM: JSOU.EA.NAVY@socom.mil , AFSOC: JSOU.EA.USAF@socom.mil , MARSOC: JSOU.EA.USMC@socom.mil , International: JSOU.INTNCO@socom.mil

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


Class #41 (09-Jan-2023 to 08-Mar-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrolled Open.
Class #42 (20-Mar-2023 to 17-May-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Registration opens 17 Jan 2023
Enrollment Closed
Class #43 (22-May-2023 to 21-Jul-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Registration Opens: 27 Mar 2023
Enrollment Closed
Class #44 (07-Aug-2023 to 06-Oct-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Registration Opens: 30 May 2023
Enrollment Closed
Class #45 (16-Oct-2023 to 15-Dec-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Registration Opens: 14 Aug 2023
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified CEP 1 SOE 3220 Nomination Only Enlisted Academy
Description

*Note: Students MUST provide BOTH a personal email address AND either their .gov or .mil email address in order to be registered for the course.
This course educates enlisted students for entry-level leadership careers in SOF. Students, from a tactical and operational perspective, will develop skills in communications, creative thinking, and ethical decision-making. Students will also analyze the history, unique function, and organization of the USSOCOM from the headquarters down to the subcomponent commands.

Audience

E6 SOF operator and enablers. Effective Immediately the USSOCOM CCM in coordination with Component CSELs has deemed that all JSOU Enlisted Academy courses (CEPs 1-4) are now nominative. Each respective SOF Service Component MAJCOM CSEL is responsible for oversight of their Component nominations. Students must be nominated by an E-9 in their Chain of Responsibility.

Remarks

None

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


Class #43 (09-Jan-2023 to 08-Mar-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Open
Class #44 (20-Mar-2023 to 17-May-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Registration Opens: 17 Jan 2023
Enrollment Closed
Class #45 (22-May-2023 to 21-Jul-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Registration Opens: 27 Apr 2023
Enrollment Closed
Class #46 (07-Aug-2023 to 06-Oct-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Registration Opens: 30 May 2023
Enrollment Closed
Class #47 (08-Jan-2024 to 08-Mar-2024)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Registration Opens: 11 Oct 2023
Enrollment Closed
Secret CEP 3 SOE 4600 Nomination Only Enlisted Academy
Description

JSOFSEA enhances the critical thinking of senior enlisted leaders (SEL) as they grow their knowledge base in the strategic and operational realm. Students gain valuable knowledge and experience to successfully lead in the joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational (JIIM) environment. This course develops students for operational and strategic level positions across a broad range of joint and special operations assignments.

Audience

The Joint Special Operations Forces Senior Enlisted Academy is designed for nominated special operations forces (SOF) operators, select SOF enabling specialties, and noncommissioned officers (E8-E9) from active component U.S. SOF, reserve component U.S. SOF, U.S. conventional forces, and U.S. interagency partners. Effective Immediately the USSOCOM CCM in coordination with Component CSELs has deemed that all JSOU Enlisted Academy courses (CEPs 1-4) are now nominative. Service-members who want to be considered for enrollment in a JSOU Enlisted Academy course must work through their respective SOF Service Component MAJCOM CSEL. International students may also be accepted.

Remarks

None

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


Class #51 (03-Jan-2023 to 25-Aug-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment open DL - 03 Jan 2023 - 18 Jun 2023 RL - 10 Jul 2023 - 25 Aug 2023
Class #52 (03-Apr-2023 to 21-Nov-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed DL - 03 Apr 2023 - 17 Sep 2023 RL - 02 Oct 2023 - 21 Nov 2023 Registration Opens: 22 Feb 2023
Enrollment Closed
Class #53 (05-Jul-2023 to 29-Feb-2024)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed DL - 05 Jul 2023 - 17 Dec 2023 RL - 08 Jan 2024 - 29 Feb 2024 Registration Opens: 22 May 2023
Enrollment Closed
Top Secret/SCI CEP 4 SOE 5440 Nomination Only Enlisted Academy
Description

The course educates students for nominative-level leadership roles in SOF. Students will learn mission-oriented leadership and strategic thinking skills to prepare them to effectively advise, lead, and mentor at the strategic leader level. Students will also analyze and evaluate the impact strategic thinking, U.S. national policy, and global security has on USSOCOM.

Audience

The primary target audience for the Summit Course is SOF operators in the grade of E9 serving as, or having successfully served as, SELs at the O6 command level. SOF operators in the grade of E-9 and serving in, or having successfully served in an O6 command level SEL billet. Effective Immediately the USSOCOM CCM in coordination with Component CSELs has deemed that all JSOU Enlisted Academy courses (CEPs 1-4) are now nominative. Service-members who want to be considered for enrollment in a JSOU Enlisted Academy course must work through their respective SOF Service Component MAJCOM CSEL.

Remarks

None

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


Class #20 (20-Feb-2023 to 12-May-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed. DL Phase: 20 Feb - 17 Apr 2023 RL Phase: 24 Apr - 12 May 2023
Enrollment Closed

Department of Sensitive Activities

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Secret LSSA SOC 3638 Invitation Only Department of Sensitive Activities
Description

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Audience

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Unclassified SCIC SOS 3776 Nomination Only Department of Sensitive Activities
Description

The objective of this 5-day course is to further expand the knowledge and professionalism of certified CI professionals, assigned within the Special Operations Forces (SOF) enterprise, on how to effectively integrate CI missions and functions into operations, activities, and investments (OAI) across the SOF enterprise.

Audience

CI Special Agents, military (E4 - O5) and government civilians assigned to SOF units.

Remarks

Prerequisites: 1. Credentialed Counterintelligence (CI) Special Agent Certification 2. Introduction to Special Operations Forces Course, ISOF SOC1210. This course offers a test-out option. 3. Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) J30 P-US1 160-JFC 200 Module 12: Authorities (1 hour). This course is self-paced and can be tested out of. 4. Distance Learning Activity – Military Department CI Office (MDCO) Panel. Students are required to review the following Department of Defense (DoD) Directive and Instruction (DODD/DODI) and answer the following questions: · DODD 5240.02 In two to three sentences list two responsibilities of the Military Departments. · DODI 5240.10 In three to five sentences summarize Command CI Coordinating Authority (CCICA) and MDCO support to the DoD Components. · Upload responses on the SIPR SCIC portal page. 5. Conduct Pre-Course Knowledge Check on Intelink (SIPR). **Each student is to review and be familiar with their respective CI service regulations.**

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Required readings will be provided via SIPR. Additionally, an unclassified recommended reading list of books will be provided during the course. These are not required; however, highly suggested for reading after the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Top Secret/SCI SSAF SOS 3220 Nomination Only Department of Sensitive Activities
Description

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Audience

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Top Secret/SCI SACSE SOS 5740 Open Nomination Only Department of Sensitive Activities
Description

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Audience

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Individuals with SIPRnet access can find more information on our SIPR portal at https://hq.sof.socom.smil.mil/sites/jsou/Pages/Default.aspx

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


There are no scheduled events for this course

Department of Integrative Planning

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Unclassified SOPC SOC 3625 Open Nomination Only Department of Integrative Planning
Description

The Special Operations Planning Course (SOPC) instructs students on the pathways to conduct operational-level, Special Operations Forces (SOF)-centric, Operational Design for development of a special operations crisis operation. Students follow Operational Design with instruction and application of detailed planning for a SOF-led operation through the Joint Planning Process. Each day students will be challenged to exercise critical thinking and problem-solving skills during multiple different virtual learning activities outlined on the agenda. These activities include: readings, analysis of prepared Power Point and DOCNET materials, completing online assignments, and synthesizing information found in online resources such as audio and video files. Collaborative interaction occurs through seminar discussions with a small group mentor, briefings to peers and a culminating brief to a senior SOF mentor (former TSOC, JSOTF/SOJTF Commander).

Students will gain an understanding of the relationship between joint doctrine, SOF military strategy, and operational-level planning in order to better prepare them to serve in a Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC) or other special operations component or command. Using case study scenarios and collaborative exercises, students apply all phases of the military planning process, SOF focused, as they create a variety of analytical products. SOPC is a Joint-certified course, and students completing the course earn 1.5 credits towards full Joint Officer Qualification (JQO).

Audience

Special operations military officers (O3-O5), warrant officers (W1-W4), senior noncommissioned officers (E7-E9), and government civilians (GS11 and up) as well as non-SOF military and civilians who are preparing for, are en route to, or are serving in a joint special operations assignment (TSOC, JTF, JSOTF, GCC SOF billet USSOCOM, or component HQ) that may involve joint staff planning.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

The instructor of record will email students any required text or materials. Students must have access to a commercial computer, internet access, and must have Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, and Excel).

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23B (16-Jan-2023 to 27-Jan-2023)
Location: Camp Bull Simons, FL
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Location: Camp Bull Simons.
Enrollment Closed
23C (12-Jun-2023 to 23-Jun-2023)
Location: Fort Bragg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23D (07-Aug-2023 to 18-Aug-2023)
Location: Camp Lejeune
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23E (11-Sep-2023 to 22-Sep-2023)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed

Innovation & Experimentation Lab

2
Unclassified SCPS-FO SOC 3470-V Open Nomination Only Innovation & Experimentation Lab
Description

This fully-online, semi-synchronous, faculty-guided course is designed to provide students with an orientation to the fundamentals of creativity and innovation, as well as an introduction to a 4-stage, deliberate creative problem-solving methodology for application in SOF-peculiar contexts.

Students are provided a weekly module consisting of approx. 4-5 hrs of self-paced educational content (assigned articles, chapters, case-studies, videos, podcasts) and are expected to complete weekly check-on-learning assessments including, but not limited to: a) quizzes; b) writing assignments / discussion board posts; c) creative product development challenges; and d) .ppt / concept briefings.

Important: this class format is designed for students who are working their day job but who also have an ability to participate in a weekly Zoom Gov meeting with faculty to review material and receive feedback on their work.

Total time commitment: approx. 5 hrs per week

Audience

Personnel assigned to USSOCOM, its components, TSOCs, and those units and agencies in direct support of USSOCOM. Others will be accepted on a case-by-case basis. Grades: E-5 to E9 and O-1 to O-10 and Government Civilian equivalents. *24 seats available per iteration

Remarks

na

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Students will have access to all required materials through JSOU’s e-campus.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course is currently in pilot phase and is not accredited.


23B (09-Jan-2023 to 17-Feb-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
23C (03-Apr-2023 to 12-May-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Open 11/25/22
23D (12-Jun-2023 to 21-Jul-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23E (24-Jul-2023 to 01-Sep-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified SCPS-TT SOC 4470 Open Nomination Only Innovation & Experimentation Lab
Description

SOF professionals are persistently immersed in a stream of volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) compound security dilemmas which require the dynamic application of a flexible, creative thinking tool-set, skill-set and mind-set.

Accordingly, this 5-day residential course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to apply the science of creative thinking via a 4-stage creative process methodology against a SOF-relevant problem set to gain experience translating theory into actionable outcomes. Furthermore, students will develop skills to facilitate team-based approaches to creative problem solving in the face of dynamic situations and SOF-peculiar scenarios that require the application of innovative thinking in order to create value in the form of novel strategies / concepts / effects, and/or to drive organizational adaptation and evolution.

Total time commitment: 5-day residential course with pre-work (distance learning)

Audience

Personnel assigned to USSOCOM, its components, TSOCs, and those units and agencies in direct support of USSOCOM. Others will be accepted on a case-by-case basis. Grades: E-5 to E9 and O-1 to O-10 and Government Civilian equivalents. *24 seats available per iteration

Remarks

Students must have completed at least one of the following options to be eligible to participate in SOC 4470: 1) Student has previously completed SOC 1470 or 2) Student has previously completed SOC 3470 or 3) If prospective student has not completed either of the courses above (SOC 1470 or SOC 3470) he/she may still earn an exemption to participate (though preference is given to graduates of the courses listed above and admission decisions for students requesting exemptions are at the discretion of the course director). To earn an exemption, a prospective student must apply / request via direct email to the course director, and complete BOTH sections (A & B) of the SOC 4470 pre-work bundle. Sections A & B of the pre-work bundle are expected to take approximately 8hrs of effort and details on the process, content, and steps to complete.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Students will have access to all required materials through JSOU’s e-campus.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23A (06-Mar-2023 to 10-Mar-2023)
Location: Fort Bragg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23B (10-Jul-2023 to 14-Jul-2023)
Location: Fort Bragg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed

Applied Research Lab

4
Unclassified JDFO SOC 1440 Open Nomination Only Applied Research Lab
Description

This 6-module semi-synchronous and live-facilitated online course examines, explores, and curates to gain new knowledge and applications in Design lexicon, methods, models, and tools.

During the 6-weeks, students are provided a weekly module consisting of 3-3.5- hrs. of self-paced and group learning and must attend a 1 – 1.5-hour live faculty facilitated discussion. (Total 4-5 hrs. per week)

Audience

Primary: Personnel assigned to the United States Special Operations Command, Components, and Theater Special Operations Commands and those units and agencies in direct support of Special Operations Forces. Secondary: Personnel in the United States Government Grades: E-5 to E9 and O-1 to O-10 and Government Civilian equivalents. 25-30 seats per iteration

Remarks

na

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Students will have access to all required materials through JSOU’s e-campus.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23B (09-Jan-2023 to 17-Feb-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Iteration Opened for registration 10/28/2022
23C (03-Apr-2023 to 12-May-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23D (24-Jul-2023 to 01-Sep-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified SDIA SOC 4445 Open Nomination Only Applied Research Lab
Description

SDIA-V is a six-week distance learning course requiring a student commitment of 6-8 hours per week.

The course provides advanced military design education for students interested in organizational change, innovation, creativity and disruptive thinking for SOF applications in complex emergent contexts. Students build on their requisite knowledge and apply additional theory towards designing in teams. Students will learn and employ wide range of multi-disciplinary design concepts in a flexible, adaptive methodology for fostering reflective practitioners and change agents across the SOCOM enterprise.
Utilizing a JSOU’s e-campus, online collaboration software, and a teleconferencing platform, students will asynchronously read, view, and listen to design content and subsequently collaborate in a live team design project, and present to the design sponsor, faculty, and peers their artifacts and progress. The course requires a student commitment of the following:

• Self-paced distance learning 3-5 hours per week
• 2 weekly live faculty-facilitated group design collaboration sessions 2hrs per week
• 1 weekly Design Sponsor engagement 1 hour per week (Fridays Weeks 2-6 only)

Audience

Primary: Those action officers from USSOCOM enterprise who may participate in design teams or individually wish to apply design thinking towards complex challenges. Secondary: Any military or government professional requiring methods and techniques for critical and disruptive thinking, creativity, and fostering organizational change.

Remarks

na

Prerequisites

SOF Design and Innovation Basic Course

Materials

1. Course Student Guide - mailed – 14 days prior to course start date) 2. All other materials are provided through JSOU e-Campus (Blackboard). Student’s access is provided NLT 14 – days prior to the course start date. a. SOC 3440 Review Materials (Self-Determined and Self-Paced) b. SOC 4445 SDIA Course Modules and Materials

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Unclassified SDIB SOC 3440 Open Nomination Only Applied Research Lab
Description

Course is held in person over an one week (5 day) period, and held throughout USSOCOM, allied, and partner locations. Course provides foundational military design education for students interested in organizational change, innovation, creativity and disruptive thinking for SOF applications in complex emergent contexts. Students learn how to operate in design teams, use a wide range of multi-disciplinary design concepts in a flexible, adaptive methodology for fostering reflective practitioners and change agents across the SOCOM enterprise.

Total time commitment: approx. 8.0 hours per day x 5 days for a total of 40 hours. Students are expected to complete 3 to 4 hours of pre course work prior to first day of class

Audience

Primary: Action officers from USSOCOM, the theater special operations commands, and the components who will participate in special operations design teams. Secondary: United States Government personnel partnered with USSOCOM. Grades: E-5 to E9 and O-1 to O-10 and Government Civilian equivalents. *24 seats available per iteration

Remarks

na

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Students will have access to all required materials through JSOU’s e-campus. Students must have commercial Internet access, Zoom video conferencing capability, and a computer or personal electronic device with camera and microphone for video conferences

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23B (06-Feb-2023 to 10-Feb-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment open.
23C (05-Jun-2023 to 09-Jun-2023)
Location: Fort Bragg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified SOCSIS DIS 4440 Open Nomination Only Applied Research Lab
Description

This course directly relates special operations to Compound Security Environments, especially in the context of competition below armed conflict. It explores how special operations can generate novel strategic political effects by leveraging complexity dynamics, human security and social resilience concepts, and JIIM-C relationships. The content is applied to contemporary operational-to-strategic challenges.


Audience

Special Operations Professionals who are assigned to a Component or who will likely be assigned to a TSOC or other joint operational staffs which develop, coordinate, and execute plans in support of Geographic and/or Functional Combatant Commander objectives

Remarks

N/a

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All material will be provided via Blackboard

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


There are no scheduled events for this course

Department of Academic Affairs

5
Unclassified BUEC AA 3227 Open Nomination Only Department of Academic Affairs
Description

This self-paced online course is designed for JSOU faculty and staff who will be creating and teaching courses. It is designed to teach the knowledge and skills to navigate the Blackboard Learn site, building content, create assessments, and discussions in the Blackboard Learn Ultra course view. In addition to the About This Course section, there are five modules in this course that contain lessons.

1. Getting Started with Ultra
2. Building Courses
3. Assessing Learners
4. Enhancing Communication
5. Evaluating Your Course

Audience

JSOU Faculty and Staff who will be teaching Blackboard courses.

Remarks

N/a

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

N/a

Accreditation

N/a


Continuous (30 days to complete)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Distance learning course event for Blackboard Ultra Essentials Course
Unclassified FDC SAA 2225 Nomination Only Department of Academic Affairs
Description

The course prepares Joint Special Operations University (JSOU) faculty members and other selected SOF instructors to develop and teach curricula while creating an active learning environment focusing on higher levels of learning through the use of various teaching methodologies. The course is divided into two modules. Module 1: (Curriculum Design) – Student will receive lessons on learning theory, the Instructional Systems Design process, the ADDIE model, active learning, and student assessment and evaluation. Students will learn how to utilize the JSOU e-Campus Learning Management System (LMS) to deliver content to students. This instruction includes planning, tools, and techniques that are essential to provide an engaging learning experience for students through the online environment. Module 2: Developing as an Instructor) – Students will receive lesson relating to a variety of teaching methodologies and presentation techniques. Students will give two presentations (7 minute extemporaneous, and a 30 minute formal lecture).

Audience

Newly assigned/hired JSOU faculty members are top priority. SOF personnel teaching in any service or environment are the second priority. The FDC is a joint SOF academic instructor course.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation


There are no scheduled events for this course
Unclassified FDCA-O SAA 2227 Unspecified Only Department of Academic Affairs
Description

*Students MUST provide a valid personal email address (.gov, .mil, or .com) in order to be registered for this course.

This self-paced online course prepares individuals to develop and teach curriculum while creating active learning environments focused on higher levels of learning through the use of various teaching methodologies. The course is divided into two modules: (1) Curriculum Development at JSOU and (2) Developing as an Instructor at JSOU.

Module 1: Curriculum Development at JSOU - Students will take lessons relating to adult learning theories, the Instructional Systems Development (ISD) process, JSOU curriculum development process and the JSOU ADDIE model. At the completion of the module, students will have a greater understanding of how courses and lessons are developed at JSOU.

Module 2: Developing as an Instructor at JSOU - Students will learn effective classroom management and presentation techniques. Student will also take a series of lessons through MaxKnowledge (1) Student Learning and Assessment, (2) Preparing and Creating Lesson Plans, and (3) Effective Teaching Strategies. At the completion of this module, students will have a greater understanding of classroom management and lesson presentation techniques in an active learning environment.

Audience

Newly assigned JSOU adjunct faculty members. (This course is limited to JSOU Faculty and Staff personnel only.)

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation


Continuous (30 days to complete)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments:
Unclassified FDC-A SAA 2227 Nomination Only Department of Academic Affairs
Description

This course prepares JSOU adjunct faculty members to teach curriculum while creating active learning environments focused on higher levels of learning through the use of various teaching methodologies. A brief overview of learning theory, the instructional systems development process, and development of level-of-learning lesson plans is provided. The second part of the course focuses on effective teaching techniques to include proxemics, questioning, and use of technology. The instructional methods taught in the course include lecture, guided discussion, case study, experiential learning, teaching interviews/panel discussions, and demonstration performance.

Audience

Newly assigned JSOU faculty members are the top priority. Special operations forces (SOF) personnel teaching in any service or joint education environment are the second priority.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation


There are no scheduled events for this course
Unclassified IBC SAA 2226 Open Nomination Only Department of Academic Affairs
Description

THIS COURSE IS FOR JSOU FACULTY ONLY. This is a self-paced course designed to provide faculty members with the knowledge and skills to create, maintain, and manage courses using the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS). The course will also provide concepts and principles for teaching students in an online environment. (Total 16 hours)

Audience

Primary: Faculty members assigned to the Joint Special Operations University who require Blackboard instructor privileges' in Blackboard courses. Secondary: None Grades: Students must pass the end of course Capstone Exercise to successfully complete the course.

Remarks

Self-Paced open enrollment (JSOU Staff & Faculty only)

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Students will have access to all required materials through JSOU’s e-campus.

Accreditation


Continuous (30 days to complete)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments:

Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC

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Secret AME SIA 5673 Invitation Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This 6 Module course is designed to enable the learner to evaluate the informational and human aspects of the target information environment to gain an understanding of current, emerging, and future conditions. The curriculum introduces students to the application of research methods including qualitative and quantitative analysis in order to assess, measure, and evaluate changes because of joint SOF operations. Students will gain an overview of research intent and design, data collection, and statistical and interpretive analysis. The focus of the course is not on mastery of statistics, rather the ability to apply research methods to evaluate SOF Operations in the Information Environment to provide insights to the staff and further inform a commander’s decision cycle.

Audience

• Primary: SOF commissioned (O3-O5), warrant (W1-W3), and noncommissioned (E6-E8) officers assigned to USSOCOM headquarters, service components, or theater commands responsible for planning, strategic influence and/or information advantage. • Secondary: Civilian and partner force members of the JIIM-C who require this education or represent their organization’s unit assigned the task of planning strategic influence and

Remarks

There are no prerequires for the course. Anyone eligible to take JSOU courses may enroll. However, priority seating is allocated to those enrolled in the Strategic Influence through Information Advantage, Integrated Program of Study. Learners enrolled in the program are encouraged to complete the Foundations and Applied courses, SIA 5671 and SIA 5672 prior to attending.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

TBD

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23A (12-Dec-2022 to 16-Dec-2022)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed.
Enrollment Closed
23B (13-Mar-2023 to 17-Mar-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed.
Enrollment Closed
Secret CWMD SOS 3850 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This course is designed for USSOCOM, TSOC, and component staff members who are new to the countering weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) problem set. The CWMD-F course provides an overview of USSOCOM’s roles in CWMD and recent Unified Command Plan (UCP) change; an understanding of weapons of mass destruction proliferation, nonproliferation, and counter proliferation; a review of DoD CWMD strategy and programs, and a discussion on CWMD and the interagency. These fundamentals enable students to align policies across the CWMD spectrum to USSOCOM capabilities in managing its Coordinating Authority position and what USSOCOM is currently doing to address CWMD operations.

Audience

SOCOM and TSOC Staffs and SOF/SOF Enablers assigned to positions that interact with CWMD mission partners, and require a baseline education/knowledge on the SOF CWMD mission.

Remarks

This course is presented in Resident at the Joint Special Operations University (JSOU) over two weeks. The first week is conducted via Distance Learning (DL), and the second week is in-Resident at JSOU. This course intends to provide SOF Officers, NCOs, and civilian equivalents new to the Special Operations Counter-Proliferation (CP) mission the fundamentals to navigate this complex Joint and Interagency mission set.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23B (16-Jan-2023 to 27-Jan-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Open
23C (10-Apr-2023 to 21-Apr-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23D (10-Jul-2023 to 28-Jul-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified ISOC SOS 3527 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

Students must first complete the asynchronous distance learning phase of course followed by the virtual resident phase in order to receive credit for course. Students not accessing and completing the distance learning phase of course will be ineligible to attend the resident phase of course. This course provides students with tools and concepts to analyze and evaluate influence theories and practices. Through case studies, exercises, and readings, students will examine the methodologies of historical and current examples of influence, propaganda, and persuasion in order to understand and be better equipped to counter adversary narratives.

Audience

This blended course is taught at the undergraduate level and is designed specifically for the special operations community, interagency, and international partners. The student profile is E5-E8, W1-4, O1-O3, and their civilian agency equivalents (i.e., GS5-13) assigned to USSOCOM, TSOC, or a component directly supporting joint or coalition special operations. This blended course is taught at the undergraduate level and is designed specifically for the special operations community, interagency, and international partners. The student profile is E5-E8, W1-4, O1-O3, and their civilian agency equivalents (i.e., GS-5-13) assigned to USSOCOM, TSOC, or a component directly supporting joint or coalition special operations.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials are available to the student on the JSOU e-Campus using the Blackboard Learning Management System. Each student MUST have the Zoom app, audio / visual capability, and access to commercial internet and the JSOU e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Unclassified I2W-DL SOC 2611 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

The course discusses fundamental concepts of irregular warfare (IW) and irregular adversaries, military support for stability operations, security force assistance, and building partner capacity. The collection of IW modules provides relevant IW content to those who cannot attend resident courses or who need the distance learning to reinforce resident attendance. *Note: Students MUST provide BOTH a personal email address AND either their .gov or .mil email address in order to be registered for the course.

Audience

This curriculum is for officers (O1-O4), warrant officers (W1-W3), noncommissioned officers (E5-E7), civilian, and contractors equivalents in the special operations forces (SOF) community or supporting SOF operations. International students, military, and civilians may be accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


Continuous (30 days to complete)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment open.
Unclassified ISOAC SOC 3830 Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

***NOTE: Students should be nominated by SOF AT&L before registering for this course.

This course has two components, Distance and Residence Learning. Students complete pre residence distance learning requirements over a period of four weeks then complete 36 hours resident course over a five-days. This course focuses on the Special Operations (SO)-unique Program Agile Acquisition Cycle with emphasis on: special operations (SO) acquisition principles; SO acquisition process, methods, events, and products; and developing an acquisition strategy. Students receive foundational knowledge about USSOCOM Directive & Policy 70-1 and culminate their learning experience by presenting an Acquisition Strategy Brief to a Milestone Decision Authority.

Audience

All newly assigned special operations forces (SOF) Acquisition Technology & Logistics employees (military, government, or contractors); acquisition professionals supporting SO acquisition from external Department of Defense (DoD) agencies; and acquisition enablers throughout the Special Operations Enterprise.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access pre-requisite and distance learning course materials. All other course materials will be provided as necessary for the in-residence portion.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23B (23-Jan-2023 to 27-Jan-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Registration opens 11 Dec 2022
Enrollment Closed
23C (05-Jun-2023 to 09-Jun-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified ISOAC-N SOC 9830 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

***NOTE: Students will be enrolled upon assignment to SOF AT&L. This abbreviated, non-credit, self-paced, online course is designed to focus on the Special Operations (SO)-unique Program Agile Acquisition Cycle with emphasis on: special operations (SO) acquisition principles; SO acquisition process, methods, events, and products; and developing an acquisition strategy. Students will receive foundational knowledge about USSOCOM Directive 70-1.

Audience

All newly assigned special operations forces (SOF) Acquisition Technology & Logistics employees (military, government, and contractors); acquisition professionals supporting SO acquisition from external Department of Defense (DoD) agencies; and acquisition enablers throughout the Special Operations Enterprise may request admission through AT&L training office

Remarks

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

USSOCOM Directive 70-1 – Acquisition Management System Policy, 20 March 2018

Accreditation


Continuous (30 days to complete)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments:
Unclassified ISOF SOC 1210 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

*Note: Students MUST provide BOTH a personal email address AND either their .gov or .mil email address in order to be registered for the course.

This course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of U.S. SOF. This includes the organization, functions, capabilities, limitations, and employment of each USSOCOM Service component and subordinate unified commands as well as key concepts and terms.

*It takes 1-2 duty days for access*

Audience

The course is designed for anyone desiring a foundational understanding of U.S. special operations forces as well as those who have been identified to serve on a joint special operations staff, staff members at USSOCOM, its subordinate commands, and theater special operations commands. The course is suitable for individuals with an enabling or partner relationship to special operations commands or others requiring a fundamental understanding of special operations.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Web links and downloadable forms will be provided to all necessary texts and materials.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education.


Continuous (30 days to complete)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Distance Learning Iteration
Unclassified JSLC SOC 2638 Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This virtual course is conducted synchronously over a five-day period via ZoomGov and will focus on enhancing and reinforcing baseline Joint logistics knowledge and skills through instruction on Special Operations Forces (SOF) unique and Service Component Operational-Level/Theater-specific logistics capabilities and resources to enable and support global SOF operations.

Audience

This virtual course is taught at the Operational-level and designed specifically for logisticians newly assigned to USSOCOM, its components, and Theater Special Operations Commands. The primary student profile is enlisted (E5-E9), warrant (W1–W4), officers (O1-O4), or government employees. All others are evaluated and accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Remarks

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Virtual webinar/meeting platform, Weblinks, and course materials will be provided as necessary. Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access course materials and the virtual webinar/meeting platform.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23B (27-Mar-2023 to 31-Mar-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23C (12-Jun-2023 to 16-Jun-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23D (11-Sep-2023 to 15-Sep-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified JSOMOC SOC 3627 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This course is composed of a five-day synchronous session (30 hours) conducted in residence at JSOU. This interactive course explains the SOF medical operations concepts and fundamentals of the USSOCOM mission, roles, and capabilities, with a focus on medical operations in a joint setting. The students will also examine operations/plans, current lessons learned, medical intelligence, medical force protection, operational risk assessment, health surveillance, and SOF-relevant clinical subjects.

Audience

Primarily for, but not limited to, military officers, warrant officers, noncommissioned officers, and U.S. government civilian/contractor employees in comparable grades, serving the SOF community or in direct support of SOF medical community. International military and civilians whose job requires knowledge of SOF medical operations may be accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Virtual webinar/meeting platform, Weblinks, and course materials will be provided as necessary. Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access course materials and the virtual webinar/meeting platform. Cameras will be turned on at all times during virtual class.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (20-Mar-2023 to 24-Mar-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23B (11-Sep-2023 to 15-Sep-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed Enrollment Opens 09 Aug 23
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified JSOTF SOC 1610 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

*Note: Students must complete the Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning (Pilot) course prior to registering for JSOTF (Level 1)

This course focuses on the organization, functions, and responsibilities of each major joint staff section of a joint special operations task force (JSOTF), as well as looking at the command and control structure of a JSOTF. Other lessons include JSOTF involvement in civil-military operations and the interoperability of a JSOTF with interagency, nongovernmental, and intergovernmental organizations. Upon completion of this course, students will receive .5 Joint Qualified Officer (JQO) points. Students must complete the Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning (Pilot) course prior to registering for JSOTF (Level 1)

*It takes 1-2 duty days for access*

Audience

Ideally, an individual should complete Phase I instruction, prior to being assigned to a theater special operations command (TSOC) or JSOTF. The training audience for this course includes all staff officers and noncommissioned officers, active and reserve component augmentees who may serve in a JSOTF HQ, active and reserve component augmentees enroute/assigned to a TSOC, DoD civilian and contract personnel supporting a JSOTF or TSOC, or other enablers supporting a JSOTF or TSOC.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

There are no required materials for this course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education.


Continuous (30 days to complete)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments:
Secret JUWOC SOC 2618 Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This course prepares joint HQs personnel to effectively plan, support and control UW operations. Students will develop an enhanced understanding of resistance, the unique requirements associated with UW and how operations are conceived and integrated at the Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOC) and Geographic Combatant Commands (GCC).

Audience

This course is taught at the operational level and designed specifically for the special operations community and interagency partners assigned to and/or in direct support of resistance related activities. The primary student profile is enlisted (E7-E9), warrant (W2–W5), officers (O3-O6), or government employees (GG/GS12-15). All others are evaluated and accepted on a case-by-case basis

Remarks

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials are available to the student on the JSOU e-Campus using the Blackboard Learning Management System. Each student MUST have the Zoom app, audio / visual capability, and access to commercial internet and the JSOU e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Unclassified NRC SOS 3618 Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This course prepares CJSOTF, TSOC or GCC – level staff members to conceptualize, plan, and coordinate support-to-resistance operations, focusing on unconventional warfare for planning, management, and oversight of SOF activities at the operational and strategic levels.

Audience

This course is taught at the operational level and designed specifically for the special operations community and interagency partners assigned to and/or in direct support of resistance related activities. The primary student profile is enlisted (E7-E9), warrant (W2–W5), officers (O3-O6), or government employees (GG/GS12-15). All others are evaluated and accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Remarks

N/a

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials are available to the student on the JSOU e-Campus using the Blackboard Learning Management System. Each student MUST have the Zoom app, audio / visual capability, and access to commercial internet and the JSOU e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23B (23-Jan-2023 to 27-Jan-2023)
Location: Fort Bragg
Comments: Enrollment Open - Course will be held at Fort Bragg.
23C (06-Mar-2023 to 09-Mar-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed. This is a Virtual Course. Date changed from 6 - 9 Feb to 6-9 March Registration opens: 01 Jan 2023
Enrollment Closed
23D (27-Mar-2023 to 31-Mar-2023)
Location: Fort Carson
Comments: Course Canceled.
Canceled
23E (24-Apr-2023 to 28-Apr-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment Closed
Enrollment Closed
23F (19-Jun-2023 to 23-Jun-2023)
Location: Fort Bragg
Comments: Enrollment Closed
Enrollment Closed
23G (24-Jul-2023 to 28-Jul-2023)
Location: Fort Bragg
Comments: Enrollment Closed
Enrollment Closed
23H (21-Aug-2023 to 25-Aug-2023)
Location: Coronado
Comments: Enrollment Closed
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified SIIA DRR SIA 5674 Invitation Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

The Directed Readings and Research course is an Integrated Program of Study (IPoS) elective which provides students the opportunity to identify and conduct independent study to examine a topic not currently offered in a course that furthers the Strategic Influence through Information Advantage (SIIA) body of knowledge. The course is arranged individually with a SIIA faculty member. Students, with the consultation of designated faculty are expected to demonstrate mastery over literature in a specific area of study, develop Qualitative Research (Literature Review) that serves as the foundation to further directed studies. Students are also expected to evaluate journals, joint publications, Blogs, peer reviewed articles, academic papers and discussions to understand and present key texts and key ideas from those texts to facilitate the development of a research area of focus. Proposed topics include “Strategic Influence,” “Information in the Operating Environment,” “Information Advantage Intelligence Integration,” and “Information Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation,” as well as current case studies and other emerging topics related to Information Capabilities.

Audience

This course provides Staff Officers, NCOs, and civilian equivalents participating in the SIIA IPoS the opportunity to apply, develop, and demonstrate scholarly research techniques, thus adding to the body of knowledge of the SIIA consortium.

Remarks

Students must have completed SIA 5671- Influence and Operations in the Information Environment and SIA 5672- Information Advantage Intelligence Integration. They may request a waiver of these requirements through the SIIA faculty.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

N/a

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Unclassified SCSR SOS 5851 Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This course has a Distance Learning component and a Residence Learning component. The Distance Learning component, four weeks in duration, is conducted asynchronously with 4 modules that introduces students to the course content. The Resident Learning component of 40 hours, one week in duration at JSOU, allows students to take a deep dive into the course content in an interactive graduate seminar format. Students will complete a research paper on a topic coordinated with the instructor. This advanced course will challenge students to explore the place of spirituality in a holistic continuum of care and its fundamental role in contributing to the resiliency by challenging students to contextualize their theological world view within a pluralistic environment to evaluate the elements of spiritual readiness to create a holistic model of well-being with a particular focus to mitigate suicidality, PTSD, moral injury and other SOF peculiar stress related conditions encountered by U.S. Special Operations Command service members, and their families while creating a holistic, spiritual model of well-being for the SOF warrior. *Note: Students MUST provide BOTH a personal email address AND either a .gov or .mil email address in order to be registered for the course.

Audience

The course is designed for primarily for SOF Chaplains & SOF RST SEL as well as POTFF team members assigned within USSOCOM enterprise and desiring an advanced development & implementation joint SOF-specific spiritual and moral resiliency.

Remarks

The synchronous learning will be conducted in the Eastern Time Zone.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Virtual webinar/meeting platform, Weblinks, and course materials will be provided as necessary. Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access course materials and the virtual webinar/meeting platform.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (27-Mar-2023 to 31-Mar-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Open
Unclassified SCEA SOS 5850 Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This course has a Distance Learning component and a Residence Learning component. The Distance Learning component, four weeks in duration, is conducted asynchronously with 4 modules that introduces students to the course content. The Resident Learning component of 40 hours, one week in duration at JSOU, allows students to take a deep dive into the course content in an interactive graduate seminar format. Students will complete a research paper on a topic coordinated with the instructor. This advanced course will challenge students to contextualize their respective joint SOF RST (Religious Support Team) and SOF Warrior identity in order to create a spiritual ethical & moral leadership model, learn to perform ethical risk assessment, develop leadership-coaching practices, and write a SOF-specific research paper that supports the spiritual domain of their commander's POTFF program while providing ethical leadership advisement. *Note: Students MUST provide BOTH a personal email address AND either a .gov or .mil email address in order to be registered for the course.

Audience

The course is designed for primarily for SOF Chaplains & SOF RST SEL as well as POTFF team members assigned within USSOCOM enterprise and desiring an advanced development & implementation of joint SOF-specific religious support & ethical leadership advisement.

Remarks

The synchronous learning will be conducted in the Eastern Time Zone.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Virtual webinar/meeting platform, Weblinks, and course materials will be provided as necessary. Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access course materials and the virtual webinar/meeting platform.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (30-Jan-2023 to 03-Feb-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Open
Top Secret/SCI SCSC SOS 4850 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

SOF CWMD Staff Course illustrates the complexity of SOCOM’s CWMD Coordination Mission and summarizes the roles of members assigned to subordinate elements and TSOC’s, enabling graduates to contribute as CWMD OPT members. The Course consists of 2 phases:
A. Phase 1: Distance Learning - students will review CWMD Foundational topics and gain understanding of CWMD authorities and permissions across whole of government.
B. Phase 2: In-residence - students will learn to apply system tools for CWMD planning and work through four practical exercises, developing courses of action to influence the adversary's pathways.


Audience

USSOCOM staff members, personnel assigned to TSOCs, Component staff members, SOF Enablers with CWMD focus, and Interagency Partners supporting the CWMD/Counter Proliferation mission.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials are available to the student on either JSOU e-Campus or issued upon arrival in the classroom. Each student MUST have access to commercial internet and the course e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education


23A (13-Mar-2023 to 17-Mar-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed: DL portion: 27 Feb - 17 Mar RL portion: 13 - 17 Mar
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified SOF-RMC SOC 3629 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This virtual course is composed of a five-day synchronous session (32 hours) that will be conducted via ZoomGov. The course provides a comprehension level overview of the fiscal laws, rules, and processes for Service-common base operating support, home station, and deployment area administrative and logistical support using Major Force Program 11 funds (MFP-11).

Audience

This course is designed for special operations officers (O3-O6), warrant officers (W3-W5), noncommissioned officers (E7-E9), and civilians (GS11-GS15) who are currently assigned to USSOCOM or a theater special operations command (TSOC), are preparing for deployment or en route to serving at USSOCOM managing resources in a direct or indirect capacity. Other military, civilians accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Virtual webinar/meeting platform, Weblinks, and course materials will be provided as necessary. Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access course materials and the virtual webinar/meeting platform. Cameras will be turned on at all times during virtual class.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (27-Feb-2023 to 03-Mar-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23B (24-Jul-2023 to 28-Jul-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified SCCC SOS 5852 Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This course has a Distance Learning component and a Residence Learning component. The Distance Learning component, four weeks in duration, is conducted asynchronously with 4 modules that introduces students to the course content. The Resident Learning component of 40 hours, one week in duration at JSOU, allows students to take a deep dive into the course content in an interactive graduate seminar format. This advanced course is aimed at the advanced development and implementation joint SOF-specific the psycho/social, theological, and existential issues of crisis and care. Students will complete a research paper on a topic coordinated with the instructor. This course challenges students to develop a framework that will enhance their ability to respond to a variety of SOF peculiar situations and issues encountered by U.S. Special Operations Command service members and their families with special emphasis on prevention, intervention, treatment, & post-intervention. The course expands on the theology of suffering, the crisis trauma continuum, and integrated religious crisis treatments for special operations warriors’ issues. *Note: Students MUST provide BOTH a personal email address AND either a .gov or .mil email address in order to be registered for the course.

Audience

The course is designed for primarily for SOF Chaplains & SOF RST SEL as well as POTFF team members assigned within USSOCOM enterprise and desiring an advanced development and implementation joint SOF-specific the psycho/social, theological, and existential issues of crisis and care.

Remarks

The synchronous learning will be conducted in the Eastern Time Zone.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Virtual webinar/meeting platform, Weblinks, and course materials will be provided as necessary. Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access course materials and the virtual webinar/meeting platform.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23B (05-Jun-2023 to 09-Jun-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed
Enrollment Closed
Secret SOF-IAII SOS 5672 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

SOF-IAII Pilot is the advanced-applied course for the JSOU Strategic Influence and Information Advantage (SIIA) Integrated Program of Study (IPOS) nested within the JSOU Learning Pathways in Action (LPIA) program. Designed primarily for personnel who are assigned to Special Operations Command Components and Theater Commands in operations and planning billets.

It applies the application of theory, strategy and doctrine, of national Strategic Influence methods and Operational Information Capability planning gained in the basic course to gain information advantage and intelligence integration intelligence (IAII). Combining the theories and history of strategic influence, terms and applying the concepts of joint information advantage procedures will provide the learner with the skills required to integrate information and intelligence to create the influence effects to achieve mission success.

The SOF-IAII pilot is available through a combination of virtual and in-person learning with JSOU. This pilot course requires the prerequisite basic course of the SOF-IOIE. The virtual portion of the course is two-week and the in-person course is 4 days long. There are four modules within the resident course that include; Information Advantage Intelligence Integration, Human Aspects of the Information Environment, IAII Disciplines, and a practicum.

There are daily practical exercises and activities that facilitate the production of deliverable products required during the practicum that are due on Thursday during class. The student must obtain a passing assessment to complete the course. Completion of this advanced course is required to continue on to the elective courses in the SIIA IPOS.

Audience

Personnel selected to attend the advanced SOF-IAII should be assigned to USSOCOM, the TSOCs, or SOF Components or other US government activities against billets related in some way related to Strategic Influence and Information Advantage. Planners from the J2, J3 and J5 as well as members of the information forces of Public Affairs, Civil Affairs, OPSEC, Cyber, EW, JEMSO, Deception, Space and PSYOP are encouraged to attend. This includes contractor support personnel with permission. Although the large majority of students in SOF-IAII are affiliated with DoD, personnel in similar job positions in other federal agencies may also attend with course director approval. International students are not eligible to attend this pilot but will be included in the future. Units will fund attendance for this pilot.

Remarks

na

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All text and materials are provided by JSOU and will distributed thought the course pages on JSOU eCampus. Primary references are academic articles, research and current doctrine to include JP 3-0, JP 5-0, and JP 3-04 Information in Joint Operations.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23B (22-May-2023 to 26-May-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Old date: 20 - 24 Feb New Date: 22 - 26 May
Enrollment Closed
23C (31-Jul-2023 to 04-Aug-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed
Enrollment Closed
Secret SOF-IOIE SOS 5671 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

SOF-IOIE is the foundational course for the Strategic Influence and Information Advantage (SIIA) Integrated Program of Study (IPOS) nested within JSOU’s Learning Pathways in Action (LPIA) program. Designed primarily for personnel who are assigned to U.S. Special Operations Command, Service Components and Theater Special Operations Commands in operations and planning billets, this course provides the latest theory, strategy, and doctrine, for Theater-Strategic Influence methods and Operational Information Capability planning to gain Information Advantage (IA). The familiarization with theories and history of strategic influence coupled with terms and concepts of joint information advantage will provide the learner with the knowledge and ability to integrate into the process for creating the influence effects required to achieve mission success.

The SOF-OIE pilot is available through a combination of virtual and in-person learning with JSOU. This pilot course requires no prerequisite learning. The virtual portion of the course is one-month long and the in-person resident sessions are 5-days. The course is comprised of ten modules that include strategic influence, fundamentals of information, joint force use of information, unity of effort, operational design and planning for theater-strategic effects, execution, operational assessment planning, operations in the information environment, SOF in the OIE, and a practicum.

Audience

Personnel selected to attend SOF-IOIE should be assigned to USSOCOM, the TSOCs, or SOF Components or other U.S. government activities against billets related in some way related to SIIA. Planners from the J2, J3 and J5 as well as members of the information forces of Public Affairs, Civil Affairs, OPSEC, Cyber, EW, JEMSO, Deception, Space and PSYOP are encouraged to attend. This includes contractor support personnel with permission. Although the large majority of students in SOF-IOIE are affiliated with DoD, personnel in similar job positions in other federal agencies may also attend. This course is not open to international students at this time. Units are requested to fund travel necessary to attend this pilot.

Remarks

N/a

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

N/a

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23A (12-Dec-2022 to 16-Dec-2022)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Course Cancelled
Canceled
23B (30-Jan-2023 to 03-Feb-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed.
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified RSTO SOS 3628 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

The course provides an overview of SOF religious support (RS) programs and issues in each SOF components and commands, as well as SOF-specific supportive care and counseling skills education. The curriculum also covers best practices, unique funding issues and role on the interdisciplinary team, and the Preservation of the Force and Family (POTFF) team. The course is executed through a Resident Learning component of 40 hours, one week in duration at JSOU, allows students to take the course content in an interactive in-Person format.

Audience

Primarily for, but not limited to, military officers, warrant officers, noncommissioned officers, and U.S. government civilian/contractor employees, serving the SOF community or in direct support of chaplains/chaplain assistants and religious programs. International military and civilians whose job requires knowledge of SOF religious programs may be accepted.

Remarks

Resident Course.

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Provided day of class.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23B (01-May-2023 to 05-May-2023)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: Enrollment Closed
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified TSPC-M SOC 2210 Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This course educates new Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC) personnel on how a TSOC plans for and employs U.S. special operations capabilities in an era of Strategic Competition.

Participants explore Special Operations Forces (SOF) core activities and how SOF uses their employment/funding authorities to achieve TSOC and Geographic Combatant Command’s operational and strategic theater goals while tying them to their priorities in support of national and defense security strategy in a Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multinational (JIIM) environment. The Theater Special Operations Command Staff Preparation Course-Mobile (TSPC-M) is a five-day in-residence educational event taught at the sponsoring TSOC Headquarters.


Audience

Military and civilian personnel assigned to or providing support to a TSOC. Recommended ranks are E6-E9, O1-O5, and WO1-CW5.

Remarks

The synchronous learning will be conducted in the sponsoring TSOC’s time zone.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Students must have internet access and electronic device that allows them to access all course materials, and digitally complete the course pre-assessment and post-assessment.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23D (09-Jan-2023 to 13-Jan-2023)
Location: Homestead
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23C (30-Jan-2023 to 03-Feb-2023)
Location: South Korea
Comments: Location: Camp Humphries Dates changed
Enrollment Closed
23E (20-Feb-2023 to 24-Feb-2023)
Location: Stuttgart
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23F (20-Mar-2023 to 24-Mar-2023)
Location: Camp Smith
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23F (17-Apr-2023 to 21-Apr-2023)
Location: Stuttgart
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23G (14-Aug-2023 to 18-Aug-2023)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23H (23-Aug-2023 to 31-Aug-2023)
Location: Homestead
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified USEP-F SOC 1215 Open Nomination Only Department of Special Ops, Irregular War & LIC
Description

This virtual course has two components. Students will complete a five-day asynchronous Blackboard session where they will read and study educational material on staff action officer responsibilities. Students will be required to write an Information Paper using all of the material provided and submit said paper for grading prior to the end of this asynchronous session. There will then be a four-day synchronous session that will be conducted via either ZoomGov or Wickr. The students will receive instruction from the CoS, CSEL, J-directorates, and on staff action officer responsibilities. The students will be required to write a position paper during this session and submit it for grading. These papers will be reviewed with the students and submitted to their leadership upon completion. There will be a short multiple choice exam at the conclusion of this session.

Audience

All newly assigned military and government employees to USSOCOM headquarters.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Virtual webinar/meeting platform, Weblinks, and course materials will be provided as necessary. Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access course materials and the virtual webinar/meeting

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23B (06-Feb-2023 to 10-Feb-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Distance Learning 30 Jan - 05 Feb Resident Learning 06 - 10 Feb
23C (17-Jul-2023 to 21-Jul-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23D (18-Sep-2023 to 22-Sep-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed

Department of the SOF Profession

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Secret C/JFSOCC SOC 5450 Invitation Only Department of the SOF Profession
Description

This course develops senior leaders’ understanding of the complexities of major joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational (JIIM) operations conducted by joint SOF to accomplish strategic objectives. Students will participate with senior executive service personnel from myriad of government agencies for theater-wide and operational-level combat leadership. This course is synchronous and conducted in-residence or by a combination of in-residence attendance and Secure Video Teleconference.

Audience

The Combined/Joint Force Special Operations Component Commander (C/JFSOCC) course is designed for senior warfighting professionals' continuing education. It is intended for general officers/flag officers (to include selects) with special operations experience, along with senior executive service level senior leaders from other government agencies and select international foreign military special operations senior leaders

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course. Students will receive select readings and other course materials 30 days prior to course start via email. During course execution, students will receive (Biographies, readings, presentations), references and resources in person or via email.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (06-Feb-2023 to 10-Feb-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Secret JSOFPCC SOC 5460 Nomination Only Department of the SOF Profession
Description

The course prepares newly designated SOF leaders for command by providing a common understanding of the USSOCOM Commander’s priorities, command philosophy, and the responsibilities of joint SOF leaders. It also provides a venue for discussion of the current challenges and issues facing USSOCOM, TSOCs, and USSOCOM components.

Audience

Those commands that traditionally close with and conduct direct engagement with the enemy (Special Forces, Rangers, Navy Sea, Air and Land Teams, Marine Raiders, Special Tactics, and Special Mission Units) along with those commands that provide direct support to those formations (Army Special Operations Aviation and Air Force (AF) Special Operations Command flying units, to include Unmanned Aircraft Systems), will attend the resident JSOFPCC course. Additionally, those units that conduct indirect means of operations (Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations, and 6th Special Operations Squadron) are also required to attend the resident course. All combat support, combat service support, test and evaluation, and training unit CDRs and CSELs will attend the JSOFPCC online course SOC5461. These include Maintenance, Logistics, Communications, Intelligence, Medical, Base Support, and Test and Evaluation commands. Resident course attendance for combat support, service support, and training unit CDRs and CSELs may be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on availability

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Students will gain access to the JSOU e-Campus Blackboard SOC 5460 site content 14 days prior to course start. During course execution, students will use Blackboard for access to course materials, references, and resources. In addition, participants will post regular written feedback and reflections for review by fellow participants, course facilitators and mentors. For those students attending the course off-station, access to a secure video teleconference system is required

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (06-Mar-2023 to 10-Mar-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment opened Updated Pre-Req ISOF-DL 11/3/2022.
23B (01-May-2023 to 05-May-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Registration opens 2/1/2023
Enrollment Closed
23C (05-Jun-2023 to 09-Jun-2023)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: Iteration 23C created 12/8/2022. Registration opens 3/6/2023.
Enrollment Closed
23D (31-Jul-2023 to 04-Aug-2023)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: Registration opens 4/3/2023.
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified JSOFPCCO-B SOC 5461 Nomination Only Department of the SOF Profession
Description

The course prepares newly designated SOF leaders for command by providing a common understanding of the USSOCOM Commander’s priorities, command philosophy, and the responsibilities of joint SOF leaders. It also provides a venue for discussion of the current challenges and issues facing USSOCOM, TSOCs, and USSOCOM components. This course is conducted over six weeks with asynchronous self-study and online collaboration that includes six two-hour synchronous sessions with a SOF subject matter expert.

Audience

All combat support, combat service support, test and evaluation, and training unit CDRs and CSELs will attend the JSOFPCC online course. These include Maintenance, Logistics, Communications, Intelligence, Medical, Base Support, and Test and Evaluation commands. Resident course attendance for combat support, service support, and training unit CDRs and CSELs may be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on availability. Those commands that traditionally close with and conduct direct engagement with the enemy (Special Forces, Rangers, Navy Sea, Air and Land Teams, Marine Raiders, Special Tactics, and Special Mission Units) along with those commands that provide direct support to those formations (Army Special Operations Aviation and Air Force (AF) Special Operations Command flying units, to include Unmanned Aircraft Systems), will attend the resident JSOFPCC course (SOC 5460). Additionally, those units that conduct indirect means of operations (Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations, and 6th Special Operations Squadron) are also required to attend the resident course (SOC 5460). However, if operational requirements preclude attendance to the resident course, command teams may substitute the online course for the resident course.

Remarks

It is HIGHLY recommended, those command teams new to the SOF enterprise complete the INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES – DISTANCE LEARNING SOC 1210 prior to registering for the Joint SOF Pre-Command Course Online - Blended SOC5461.

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Students will gain access to the JSOU e-Campus SOC 5461 site content 7 days prior to course start. During course execution, students will use the JSOU e-campus for access to course materials, references, and resources. In addition, participants will post regular written feedback and reflections for review by fellow participants, course facilitators and SOF subject matter experts. Students will need access to a commercial computer with internet to attend the weekly synchronous sessions via ZoomGov.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23B (04-Apr-2023 to 16-May-2023)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: Registration Opens 1/3/2023.
Enrollment Closed
24A (03-Oct-2023 to 14-Nov-2023)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: Registration Opens 7/3/2023
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified LFJSOFP LDE 3230 Open Nomination Only Department of the SOF Profession
Description

Created by SOF, for SOF! This course is the first course in the Joint SOF Leadership & SOF Professional Ethic Integrated Program of Study with Cornell University.

It offers foundational SOF professional development and a SOF-specific leadership education. It transforms a SOF professional’s mindset from that of an individual, small-unit leader to an organizational, large-unit leader focused on executive actions that lead to positive strategic effects. 

There are five online modules designed to transform individual military leadership experiences into highly effective organizational and strategic leadership skills essential for members of the joint SOF profession.

For student planning purposes, Modules 1-4 are designed to be completed in 2 weeks (5.5 - 6.5 contact hours/week). Module 5 is designed to be completed in 1 week (16 contact hours).

Module 1 must be completed first. Modules 2-4 may be taken in any order; recommend taking them sequentially if possible. Module 5 is the course assessment module and must be completed last.

The course will be open and available for the quarter for the convenience of the students.

Audience

Primary – Entry-level Joint SOF professionals who deploy and conduct operations at the SOF team-level or detachment-level. Secondary – Joint SOF enablers working in the SOF profession.

Remarks

N/a

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Provided via Blackboard

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23B (09-Jan-2023 to 24-Feb-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: This is a Virtual Course. Course Dates changed from 2-Jan to 31-March, new dates 9-Jan to 24-Feb.
23C (03-Apr-2023 to 30-Jun-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified PFLJSP LDE 5230 Open Nomination Only Department of the SOF Profession
Description

Created by SOF, for SOF! This course is the second course in the Joint SOF Leadership & SOF Professional Ethic Integrated Program of Study with Cornell University.

It builds on the foundational principles of leadership from the SOF Leadership Foundations Course. This course delivers a SOF-specific educational theory of partner-force leadership (PFL) oriented toward relational, cross-cultural, and indirect leadership styles that enhance the critical thinking and ethical decision-making of SOF formations deployed in developing countries where SOF forces are perpetually engaged in global operations.

The course leverages non-traditional leadership theories that include relational, cross-cultural, and indirect leadership styles for building connectedness in highly complex and hazardous SOF environments where leading partner forces and associated populations is critical for strategic success in the compounded security environment.

For student planning purposes, the course is nine weeks long. Students will convene via Zoom once a week for two hours each class session. The one week between classroom sessions gives students time to read, reflect, and complete assigned tasks per lesson.

Audience

· Primary – Entry-level Joint SOF professionals who deploy and conduct operations at the SOF team-level or detachment-level and who are likely to engage in direct partner-force leadership in support of strategic military objectives or geographic and/or functional combatant commander objectives. Experienced partner-force-leadership “command teams” that are responsible for employing and mentoring SOF operational detachments and teams as stewards of the SOF profession are also target students. · Secondary – Joint SOF-enablers working in the SOF profession and select members of USSOCOM’s SOF Network of multinational and interagency partner personnel who enhance the quality of American partner-force leadership as part of operations aligned with U.S. strategic guidance.

Remarks

N/a

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Provided via Blackboard

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23A (10-Jul-2023 to 25-Aug-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed

Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies

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Top Secret/SCI CSOF SOS 5743 Open Nomination Only Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies
Description

This graduate-level seminar course analyzes cyber policies and capabilities within the special operations forces (SOF) enterprise. Students examine the mechanics of cyber operations, question the applicability of cyber terms, and investigate SOF's role in the U.S. government's approach to cyber operations. Ultimately, students will question what SOF must do to expand its ability to operate in the cyberspace domain.

Audience

This blended learning course is taught at the graduate educational level and is designed specifically for the special operations community and interagency partners assigned to and/or in direct support of joint and coalition special operations. The primary student profile is enlisted (E7-E9), warrant (W2–W5), officers (O4-O5), or government employees (GG/GS12-15). All others are evaluated and accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials will be available to the student on either the course e-Campus site or issued upon arrival in the classroom. Each student MUST have after hours – NOT in the classroom – access to commercial internet and the course e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course. Classified material, to include additional homework readings and student assignments, will be handled exclusively on JWICS; consequently, each student must have JWICS access via a DODIIS or SOCRATES account.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (13-Mar-2023 to 24-Mar-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed.
Enrollment Closed
23B (12-Jun-2023 to 23-Jun-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified CSOF-F SOS 4743 Open Nomination Only Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies
Description

The course provides a survey of the cyberspace domain wherein it examines the fundamentals and evolution of cyberspace; threat posed by illicit and friendly actions in cyberspace; evolution of U.S. cyberspace strategy; and relationship to the Special Operations Enterprise. The course provides a basis for personnel involved the integration of cyberspace enabling technologies and procedures into special operation plans, activities, and operations. The course is self-paced, on-line via JSOU provided Blackboard access.

Audience

The primary student profile is enlisted (E4-E9), warrant (W1–W5), officers (O1-O6), or government employees (GG/GS 12-15) from the Special Operations Enterprise or enabling agencies / activities.

Remarks

CSOF-A (SOS 9743) is the unclassified Distance Learning portion of Cyberspace and SOF (SOS 5743). This abbreviated, non-credit, self-paced, online course is designed to orient students to CSOF activities. Students who subsequently wish to receive credit for the full course must enroll in CSOF (SOS 5743) or CSOF-V (SOS 5743-V) and complete the resident or virtual phase to receive a certificate of completion. Completion of CSOF-A (SOS 9743) will serve as constructive credit for the distance phase of CSOF (SOS 5743). CSOF-A (SOS 9743) will also partially satisfy the unclassified Distance Learning portion of the TSOC Cyber Planner Course (SOS 5744). A portion of the Distance Learning for SOS 5744 must be completed on a classified network. Students who subsequently wish to receive credit for the full course must enroll in TCPC (SOS 5744) or TCPC-V (SOS 5744-V), complete the additional classified Distance Learning, and complete the resident or virtual phase to receive a certificate of completion. This virtual version requires students to commit roughly 5-7 hours per week (totaling approximately 25-35 hours for the entire course) for online, adult-learning at their own pace. Students will complete short answer assessments to provided reading selections. Additionally, instructors will occasionally post relevant media articles to the discussion board for open group discussion.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Students will gain access to the JSOU Blackboard CSOF-A (SOS 9743) upon enrollment. During the course, students will use Blackboard for access to all course content and any interaction with students or faculty.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


Continuous (60 days to complete)
Location: Virtual
Comments: This course is open / continuous enrollment. POC is Mr. Bill Garrity (William.garrity.ctr@socom.mil)
Unclassified I and T SIT 4761 Open Nomination Only Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies
Description

The Intelligence and Technology Course is designed to familiarize intelligence and SOF personnel with macro levels trends in technology, their potential impacts to the field of intelligence, and the challenges and opportunities for U.S. intelligence and special operations communities in adapting to those changes. It also examines the concept of a revolution in military affairs and posits whether the current changes amount to a revolution in intelligence affairs. Key factors in institutional adaptability are addressed and case studies of failures and successes will be considered.

Audience

· Primary – Special operations community and interagency partners assigned to and/or in direct support of joint and coalition special operations. More specifically, enlisted (E6-E9), officers (02-05), warrant (W1–W3), and government personnel (up to GG/GS 14) assigned to SOF operational elements, TSOCs, or title X force generation headquarters. All others are evaluated and accepted on a case-by-case basis · Secondary – Military and civilian officers from Interagency partners

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

The Course Manager will provide readings and other assignments in class and on the course e-Campus page available upon student's enrollment in Blackboard.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23A (08-May-2023 to 19-May-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed.
Enrollment Closed
Top Secret/SCI SOIC SOS 4750 Open Nomination Only Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies
Description

*Note: Students will be enrolled between 45 days and NLT 30 days prior to the course start date. Those not selected will be rejected or placed on a standby list for the first available seat. The Course Manager will provide a welcome email to students prior to the course start date.

This course is designed to prepare Intelligence personnel for duty on Special Operations Command (SOCOM), Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC), Combined/Joint Special Operations Task Forces (CJSOTF), and/or Special Operations Joint Task Force (SOJTF) Intelligence staffs. It examines SOCOM missions, Intelligence Community (IC) support to SOF, SOCOM J2 staff, SOF intelligence systems capabilities, intelligence support to Irregular Warfare (IW), evolution of intelligence and International Relations concepts.

Audience

Intelligence Officers (O3–O5), Warrant Officers (W1–W5), Non-Commissioned Officers (E6–E9) and Civilian employees in equivalent grades assigned to a CJSOTF, TSOC, SOJTF or to USSOCOM HQ.

Remarks

This course has a four week distance learning requirement on JSOU Blackboard. Students will be required to submit a weekly post and replying to at least one other student’s post weekly.

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning
Special Operations Intelligence Course Foundations

Materials

The Course Manager will provide readings and other assignments on the course e-Campus page available upon student's enrollment in Blackboard. Readings average 50-75 pages per day and are essential for student participation and learning.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (17-Apr-2023 to 28-Apr-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed
Enrollment Closed
23B (10-Jul-2023 to 21-Jul-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified SOIC-F SOS 3750 Open Nomination Only Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies
Description

The course is the foundation of the Special Operations Intelligence Course. It is designed to prepare intelligence personnel for attendance at the SOIC (SOS 4750) and SOIC-F (SOS 4750-F) to further prepare them for duty on Special Operations Command (SOCOM), Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC), Combined/Joint Special Operations Task Forces (CJSOTF), and/or Special Operations Joint Task Force (SOJTF) intelligence staffs. It provides an overview and an introduction to human domain, the evolution of SOF intelligence, the Intelligence Community (IC), and Interagency (IA) partnerships to SOF, SOCOM J2 staff, components and TSOC lesson learned, SOF intelligence systems, intelligence support in Irregular Warfare (IW), and the concept of the human domain. The course is self-paced, on-line via JSOU provided Blackboard access.

Audience

Intelligence officers (O3-O5), warrant officers (W1-W5), noncommissioned officers (E6-E9) and civilian employees in equivalent grades assigned to a CJSOTF, TSOC, or to USSOCOM HQ.

Remarks

SOIC-A (SOS 9750) is the unclassified Distance Learning portion of the Special Operations Intelligence Course (SOS 4750). This abbreviated, non-credit, self-paced, online course is designed to orient students to SO intelligence activities. Students who subsequently wish to receive credit for the full course must enroll in SOIC (SOS 4750) or SOIC-V (SOS 4750-V) and complete the resident or virtual phase to receive a certificate of completion. Completion of SOIC-A (SOS 9750) will serve as constructive credit for the distance learning phase of SOIC (SOS 4750) and SOIC-V (SOS 4750-V). This Distance Learning course requires students to commit roughly 5-7 hours per week (totaling approximately 25-35 hours for the entire course) for online, adult-learning at their own pace. Students will complete short answer assessments to provided reading selections and/or presentations.

Prerequisites

Introduction to Special Operations Forces - Distance Learning

Materials

Students will gain access to the JSOU Blackboard SOIC-F (SOS 9750) upon enrollment. During the course, students will use Blackboard for access to all course content and any interaction with students or faculty.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


Continuous (60 days to complete)
Location: Virtual
Comments: This course is open / continuous. POC is Dr. Amanda Wenk-Butler (amanda.s.wenk-butler.ctr@socom.mil).
Unclassified TII SIT 4760 Open Nomination Only Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies
Description

Topics in Intelligence (TII) is an Advanced course consisting of five modules: 1) Intelligence in Irregular Warfare (IW); 2) Understanding Allied & Partner Intelligence; 3) Understanding Adversary Intelligence; 4) Ethics and Intelligence; and 5) The Future of Intelligence. The focus of the course is for students to gain a greater appreciation of how intelligence influences/affects the strategic environment and to forecast/anticipate how current and future strategic environments will affect intelligence. The course will conclude with a practicum/group project where students will forecast a future security environment and recommend how intelligence should adapt based on their analysis.

Audience

· Primary- Intelligence officers and other practitioners (O3-O5), Warrant Officers (W1-W5), Non-Commissioned Officers (E6-E9) and Civilian employees in equivalent grades assigned to CJSOTF, TSOC, SOJTF, or USSOCOM HQ. · Secondary: Military and civilian officers from Interagency partners and allied nations.

Remarks

N/a

Prerequisites

Special Operations Intelligence Course

Materials

All required texts and materials will be available to the student on either the course e-Campus site or issued upon arrival in the classroom. Each student MUST have after hours – NOT in the classroom – access to commercial internet and the course e-Campus site throughout the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23A (30-Jan-2023 to 10-Feb-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A
Canceled
Top Secret/SCI TCPC SOS 5744 Open Nomination Only Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies
Description

This course prepares staff officers for planning, management, and oversight of cyber-related activities at the Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC) level. The course examines the organizations, processes, and procedures involved in planning and conducting operations in the cyber domain in-support-of deployed forces and the TSOC staff. During the course, students will conduct two planning evolutions simulating the actions required to employ cyber effects.

Audience

This course is designed specifically for the special operations community and interagency partners assigned to and/or in direct support of joint and coalition special operations. More specifically, enlisted (E4-E6), officers (02-05), warrant (W1–W3), and government personnel (up to GG/GS 14) assigned to TSOC’s, or associated echelons, who are involved in planning and conducting operations in the cyber domain. All others are evaluated and accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Remarks

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials will be available to the student on either the course e-Campus site or issued upon arrival in the classroom. Each student MUST have after hours – NOT in the classroom – access to commercial internet and the course e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course. Classified material, to include additional homework readings and student assignments, will be handled exclusively on JWICS; consequently, each student must have JWICS access via a DODIIS or SOCRATES account.

Accreditation

This course is currently in pilot phase and is not accredited.


23A (30-Jan-2023 to 03-Feb-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Open.
23B (07-Aug-2023 to 11-Aug-2023)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment Closed. Enrollment opens June 2023
Enrollment Closed

Department of International Education & 3-Ds Studies

6
Secret CTEIS-V SOS 5355-V Invitation Only Department of International Education & 3-Ds Studies
Description

During the course, students will interact as part of a dynamic array of actors and environments involving counterterrorism (CT) and interagency (IA) national security efforts. Topics include countering violent extremism (CVE) through IA efforts in law, policies, law enforcement, and myriad of intelligence establishments while exploring the synergies available to this vast array of organizations.

Audience

This seminar is designed for general/flag officers, senior executive service, senior intelligence service, and equivalent personnel from the Department of Defense and other U.S. government agencies that interact with special operations forces in fighting the global war on terrorism.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials are available to the student on the JSOU e-Campus using the Blackboard Learning Management System. Each student MUST have the Zoom app, audio / visual capability, and access to commercial internet and the JSOU e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Unclassified CTNIS-V SOS 3345-V Open Nomination Only Department of International Education & 3-Ds Studies
Description

The course examines current U.S. policy and the capabilities of key agencies to disrupt, deter, and defeat terrorist networks. Seminar sessions follow four themes: understanding terrorist networks; relevant national security policies, strategies, and plans; components of a comprehensive approach to countering terrorism; and methods to enhance the national security system to combat terrorism.

Audience

This seminar is designed for senior foreign service officers, civil service officers, and military leaders (FS2-FS, GS14-GS15, and O5-O6) with a background in U.S. security strategy and initiatives and programs designed to combat terrorism.

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials are available to the student on JSOU e-Campus using the Blackboard Learning Management System. Each student MUST have the Zoom app, audio / visual capability, and access to commercial internet and the JSOU e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Secret SOFIACC-V SOS 3325-V Open Nomination Only Department of International Education & 3-Ds Studies
Description

The blended course teaches student to collaborate as part of a complex array of actors and environments involving IA national security efforts. Topics include synchronization of countering trans regional terrorist organizations (CTTO) and CVE efforts, key doctrine and policies, law enforcement and intelligence communities, organizational and cultural differences, and the developmental community.

Audience

This course is designed specifically for the special operations community, interagency, and international partners. The student's profile is E5-E8, W1-4, O1-O3, and their civilian agency equivalents (i.e., GS-5-13) assigned to USSOCOM, TSOC, or a component directly supporting joint or coalition special operations.

Remarks

The SOFIACC has a Distance Learning portion that opens 4 weeks prior to the resident/virtual course date. Students must complete the DL materials prior to the beginning of the resident/virtual course date.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

All required texts and materials are available to the student on the JSOU e-Campus using the Blackboard Learning Management System. Each student MUST have the Zoom app, audio / visual capability, and access to commercial internet and the JSOU e-Campus site prior to and throughout the course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


23A (12-Dec-2022 to 16-Dec-2022)
Location: Virtual
Comments: Enrollment closed.
Enrollment Closed
23B (06-Feb-2023 to 10-Feb-2023)
Location: Virtual
Comments: N/A
Unclassified SOF-SC SOC 3210 Open Nomination Only Department of International Education & 3-Ds Studies
Description

This courses is presented in lecture format and is five days long. Topics addressed include security cooperation management, security cooperation organizations and responsibilities, the FMS process, finance, logistics, and training management.

Audience

Personnel selected to attend SOF-SC should be assigned to U.S. government activities in CONUS against billets related in some way to SA/SC. This includes contractor support personnel. Although the large majority of students in SOF-SC are affiliated with DoD, personnel in similar job positions in other federal agencies may also attend.

Remarks

This course requires completion of the Defense Security Cooperation Course- "Introduction to Security Cooperation" SC-101 available at https://www.dscu.mil/. This is a 12 hour online course that must be completed prior to the first day of class.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation.


23A (12-Dec-2022 to 16-Dec-2022)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: N/A
23B (23-Jan-2023 to 27-Jan-2023)
Location: Fort Bragg
Comments: Enrollment Open 11/23/22
23C (17-Apr-2023 to 21-Apr-2023)
Location: SOCNORTH
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23D (12-Jun-2023 to 16-Jun-2023)
Location: MacDill AFB
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23E (10-Jul-2023 to 14-Jul-2023)
Location: Coronado
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
23F (25-Sep-2023 to 29-Sep-2023)
Location: Hurlburt Field
Comments: N/A
Enrollment Closed
Unclassified SOLOS-V SOC 2212-V Open Nomination Only Department of International Education & 3-Ds Studies
Description

This virtual course has two components, as well as leveraging the flipped classroom. Students will asynchronously complete 5 online sub-elements; two (2) provided by Joint Special Operations University, three (3) by Defense Security Cooperation University. Students will then complete 30 hours synchronously over a five-day period using ZoomGov. Topics addressed include security cooperation, United States Special Operations Command's (USSOCOM's) Title 10 and combatant command responsibilities as well as its unique Service-like and major force program functions.

Audience

All newly assigned military and government employees to USSOCOM Headquarters that have been selected to be a member of the Special Operations Liaison Officer (SOLO) Program. This course is also open to Special Operations Liaison Element (SOFLE) designated persons with the endorsement of the theater special operations command (TSOC).

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

Virtual webinar/meeting platform, Weblinks, and course materials will be provided as necessary. Students must have internet access, commercial computer/laptop/device to access course materials and the virtual webinar/meeting platform.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


There are no scheduled events for this course
Secret SOST-V SOS 4215-V Invitation Only Department of International Education & 3-Ds Studies
Description

This virtual course is conducted synchronously over a three-day period via Secure Video-teleconferencing (SVTCs) to various out-stations where the students are located. The United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Staff Education Program (USEP)-National focuses on USSOCOM's Title 10 and combatant command responsibilities as well as its unique service-like and major force program functions unique to the National Capital Region (NCR). This is a USSOCOM Chief of Staff-directed course designed for newly assigned military and government civilians to the USSOCOM Headquarters with duty in the NCR.

Previously known as USSOCOM Staff Education Program - National

Audience

All newly assigned military and government employees to USSOCOM headquarters with duty in the NCR.

Remarks

All USSOCOM personnel must have completed in-processing, possess a USSOCOM security badge at secret or above level, and have a USSOCOM SIPR LAN account.

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

There are no required texts or materials for this course. Students must have access to a SVTC terminal.

Accreditation

JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. This course has been reviewed and accredited.


There are no scheduled events for this course

Unspecified

1
Unspecified TC1-CL Test 1CL Open Nomination Only Unspecified
Description

Test

Audience

Test

Remarks

N/A

Prerequisites

N/A

Materials

test

Accreditation

test


Continuous
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Distance learning course event for Test Course 1 CL (Do Not Use)