By Susan Lawson, Center for Personal and Professional Development Public Affairs
These are the final modules in the LCC, which are now available for download from Navy Knowledge Online (NKO). Modules five and six will also be distributed to commands in the form of a CD starting November 29.
"The only change commands can expect with this distribution of LCC is the packaging," said Chief Gas Turbine System (Electrical) James Scarnati, LCC course manager. "Modules five and six are the last two courses in this LCC series, so we have repackaged all six modules on one CD, which we will distribute to commands this fall, and also make available for download on NKO."
LCC training is designed to meet the continuing process of training and developing enlisted leaders in pay grades E4 through E6.
"LCC is the foundational link in the Navy's enlisted leadership continuum and is designed to enhance the leadership training our junior enlisted Sailors receive between promotion cycles," said CPPD's Commanding Officer, Capt. Chuck Hollingsworth.
The core competencies of LCC include accomplishing missions, leading change, working with people and resource stewardship; all of which are essential in the process of engaging our Sailors and capitalizing on previous lessons learned through command-delivered courses.
LCC content is reality-based, taught in an operational environment, and appropriate to its target audiences. The training contained in these six modules, and the various petty officer selectee command-delivered training courses, will provide all E4 through E6 Sailors with knowledge and tools needed to sustain and continually improve upon their leadership skills.