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Title: Officer Mid-Level Course March 2014


1
Officer Mid-Level CourseMarch 2014
  • Learning More to Advance the Corps

Presented by LCDR Shani Smith
2
Overview
  • Background
  • Prerequisites
  • Course Content
  • Did you know?
  • Personal Takeaways
  • Preparing for Opportunity

3
Background
  • Designed as a leadership development course for
  • officers with 6-10 years of PHS Active Duty.
  • Course was last offered by COTA in March 2011.
  • Over 1500 Officers were sent an email
    notification
  • to attend March 2014 course.

4
Prerequisites
  • Commissioned Corps Training Ribbon
  • Supervisors Approval
  • Satisfactory COER
  • Screen shot of Basic Readiness Status
  • from Direct Access

5
Course Content
  • PHS History
  • Uniform Service Courtesies
  • Preparing a Public Health Service Brief
  • PHS Awards
  • Promotions
  • Time Management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Preparing a Personal Development Plan
  • Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment
  • Servant Leadership

6
Did you know?
  • Basic Readiness is required by law.
  • United States Code (USC), Title 42, Section
    204A
  • Presidents Challenge eliminated by July 2015
  • APFT completed via Skype (Isolated Officers)
  • Great COERS vs. PHS Awards
  • New applicants to the Corps will be interviewed
    by
  • telephone.

7
Personal Takeaways
  • You control how you respond to situations.
  • Continue to expand your network.
  • Your career is a journey and not a sprint.

8
Preparing for Opportunity
It is better to be prepared for an opportunity
and not have one than to have an opportunity and
not be prepared. Whitney M. Young, Jr.
(1921-1971) American Civil Rights Leader
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