Preparedness Empowers You

It saves lives, property, and time.

Emergencies happen, often with little or no notice. By taking action beforehand you can be prepared for any emergency.

Be Ready Navy!
I am. Are you?

Available Courses

Watch a video message from Vice Admiral William D. French on the importance of completing the Ready Navy Emergency Preparedness Course, an annual requirement.

Access Ready Navy Emergency Preparedness Course - (Now hosted on Navy E-Learning)

Via TWMS (CAC ENABLED ONLY):

  • Begin by entering TWMS.
  • Click on "Online Training & Notices." (Left-hand column)
  • Click on "Available Training." (Next to Yellow Tabbed "Required Training and Notices")
  • Click on "READY NAVY EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COURSE (CEU: 1)." (Listed alphabetically)
  • Launch Course.

 

Via Navy e-Learning (CAC ENABLED ONLY):

  • Begin by entering Navy e-Learning (NEL) at https://www.aas.prod.nel.training.navy.mil.
  • Click on "Course Catalog" tab.
  • Under Learning Category, select “CNIC, Commander, Navy Installations Command.”
  • A list of courses will populate the screen.
  • Enter the course number, CNIC-RNEP-0001, in the number field, then select the “Apply Filters” button to perform the search.
  • Click "Enroll" next to the course name.
  • Click "Continue" when asked "Would you like to add this course."
  • Click the "My Learning" tab at the top left.
  • Launch Course.

 

Access Active Shooter Training via Naval Education and Training (CAC Enabled ONLY):

  • Begin by entering Navy e-Learning (NEL) at https://www.aas.prod.nel.training.navy.mil/ 
  • Click on "Course Catalog" tab.
  • Under Learning Category, select “CNIC, Commander, Navy Installations Command.”
  • Select "CNIC Security and Force Protection."
  • Type Active Shooter in the Title. (search)
  • Click "Enroll" or "Add to Learning Plan" next to "Training and Readiness - The Active Shooter."
  • Click Continue when asked "Would you like to add this course."
  • Click the "My Learning" tab at the top left.
  • Launch Course.

 

Be Ready Navy—Be informed before, during, and after an incident; make a written family emergency plan; and build an emergency supply kit good for at least three days.

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