MWR Staff Resources

Marketing Request Forms:

MWR Automated Request Form System (ARFS)
(For MWR staff members and other authorized users to submit requests for marketing materials.)

Required Annual Training (for Current Computer Users):

Acceptable Use Policy at Fort Gordon (AUP)
Description: Annual Training required to receive access to government computers and intranet.
Frequency: Annual
Log In Method/Accessibility: None for the site. Once you log into the computer with a CAC, you can access it. No user name or password required. You do HAVE to be on a military machine. You cannot access from non-military machines.
Special Instructions: The AUP has to be uploaded to ATCTS.
Help: None

DoD Cyber Awareness Training
Description: The objectives of this training are listed as follows. Affect physical security of computer hardware and software. Limit access to computer equipment to authorized users only. Prevent computer fraud, waste and abuse. Implement effective contingency planning. Report security problems to the chain of command. Protect computer files from infection by malicious logic.
Frequency: Annual
Log In Method/Accessibility: CAC login to receive credit. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: All personnel must successfully complete the training and the end of course test to receive full credit.To meet Army requirements, all personnel must complete the training and score 70% or greater on the Cyber Awareness Challenge test. One certificate will be generated upon successful completion of the training and test. This certificate will have the SIT Director’s signature printed on it.
Help: Email usarmy.gordon.cyber-coe.mbx.iad-inbox@mail.mil. This help desk cannot assist with AKO credentials. If you created an account in the past but your account could not be found, please provide the following in your email:

  • AKO username
  • AKO email address
  • Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial
  • Any other email address you may have used when creating an account in the past (please list all possibilities)
  • Date you created the account or last took an exam
  • If you DO NOT provide all of the above information, your request may be delayed due to lack of information, or you may be forced to create a new account.

Office Hours Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. Please allow up to 48 hours for a response.

Other Training:

Army Accident Avoidance Course (AAAC)
Description: An Army Accident Avoidance course is an online course that all personnel who drive Army vehicles are required to complete. This course provides safety information and tests the driving knowledge of Army personnel.
Frequency: Initial, then every 4 years
Log In Method/Accessibility: AKO login username and password or CAC. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Training Instructions
Help: ALMS Help Desk at +1 (877)251-0730

Anti-terrorism (AT) Level 1 Awareness Training
Description: The purpose of this training is to increase your awareness of terrorism and to improve your ability to apply personal protective measures. It also provides links to resources you can use in the future.
Frequency: Initial, then annually
Log In Method/Accessibility: Username and password or CAC
Special Instructions:
Help: JKO Help Desk: Mon- Fri, 24 hours a day support. Email jkohelpdesk@jten.mil or call +1 (757)203-5654, DSN: (312)668-5654

Combating Trafficking in Persons Awareness (CTIP)
Description: This training deals frankly and candidly with the realities of trafficking in persons (TIP), which capitalizes on human misery and exploitation. To some people, being exposed to the details about trafficking in persons (TIP) may be considered distasteful. This TIP training addresses what some may see as an upsetting look at the realities of the problem. For all, that is the nature of the problem. This training is intended to increase everyone’s awareness of that issue and to help serve to end it.
Frequency: Annual
Log In Method/Accessibility: AKO login username and password or CAC. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Training Instructions
Help: Army Enterprise Service Desk (AESD) help or call +1 (866)335-2769.

Ethics Training
Description: The purpose of Ethics Training is “to enable employees to identify and deal with ethical problems developing their moral intuitions, which are implicit in everyday choices and actions.
Frequency: Initial then annual
Log In Method/Accessibility: CAC Login. Initial is online, annual is face to face. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Log in using CAC. On the “Welcome” page select “I am NOT an Army Secretariat Employee. I understand I must print my training completion certificate and provide it to my local Ethics Counsel to obtain credit for completing this training” option and select “continue”. Click the next button to move forward through the briefing. Click back button to go back to the previous slide. Upon completion, click the ‘Submit Certificate link’ to print out a completion certificate. Please complete this training in one sitting, because your progress will not be saved.
Help: Email OGCWebmaster@conus.army.mil.

Equal Opportunity, Anti-Harassment, and No Fear
Description: Understand and know rights and remedies employees have under Federal anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, and whistle-blower protection laws.
Frequency: Annual – two courses – one for supervisors, one for non-supervisors.
Log In Method/Accessibility: Login with CAC to register for course on ATRRS. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Select course catalog button on right side of the ATRRS page. Type “No Fear” into course title search box then press enter. Select “EEO Anti-Harassment & No Fear-Non Supervisor” or “Supervisor” link. Select register. Agree to the privacy and security page. Log into the ATRRS using CAC. Fill out the application and submit application. You will receive an email containing instructions for the training. It takes approximately 24 hours from time of registration to access the course. Click through 61 slides and complete knowledge checks. No final exam, print certificate.
Help: Contact the ALMS email usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-dlcoordinator@mail.mil or call +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208/0257.

Operations Security (OPSEC)
Description: This is an interactive web-based course that provides OPSEC awareness for military members, government employees, contractors and dependents. The course provides information on the basic need to protect unclassified information about operations and personal information to ensure safe and successful operations and personal safety.
Frequency: Initial and annual refresher
Log In Method/Accessibility: Online or face to face. No Login required. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Training Instructions
Help: Help website

Risk Management
Description: Risk Management is the process of identifying, assessing, and controlling risks arising from operational factors and making decisions that balance risk cost with mission benefits. The Army uses risk management (RM) to help maintain combat power while ensuring mission accomplishment in current and future operations. RM applies to both operations and to nonoperational activities.
Frequency: One Time
Log In Method/Accessibility: CAC login required. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Launch ATTRS (green box), Gold banner ARMY, click Self Development use the “Quick Course Search” on the left hand side and type  2G-F104_DL (Composite Risk Management Civilian Basic ). Register.
Help: ATTRS email usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-dlcoordinator@mail.mil
or phone +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208 or (312)558-0257.

Safety Course (Non Supervisory) – Employee
Description:  Safety training required for all non-supervisory employees.
Frequency: One time
Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Scroll to ALMS, select the green “Launch ALMS” button. Search on left of screen for Course: Employee Safety Course. Begin Registration.
Help: ALMS email usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-dlcoordinator@mail.mil or call +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208/0257.

Safety Course – Manager
Description: Required training for managers who do not have rating responsibilities.
Frequency: One time
Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Look on the right side of the page for the “Most Requested” section. Click Online Training. Scroll to ALMS, click on the green “Launch ALMS” button. Accept the “ALMS User Agreement”. Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Click “Search” link on the left side of the page. Type “Manager Safety Course” in the search box. Select course link, hover over course title, select “Registration for course”.
Help: ALMS email usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-dlcoordinator@mail.mil or call +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208/0257.

Safety Course – Supervisor
Description: Required training for supervisors who have rating responsibilities.
Frequency:
One time
Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Available from any computer.
Special Instructions: Look on the right side of the page for the “Most Requested” section. Click Online Training. Scroll to ALMS, click on the green “Launch ALMS” button. Accept the “ALMS User Agreement”. Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Click “Search” link on the left side of the page. Type “Supervisor Safety Course” in the search box. Select course link, hover over course title, select “Registration for course”.
Help: ALMS email usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-dlcoordinator@mail.mil or call +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208/0257.

Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) Online Training
Description: This online training provides Soldiers and DA Civilians with the tools necessary to identify, prevent, and respond to incidences of sexual harassment and sexual assault. Please see your supervisor for date and times of available face to face training.
Frequency: Annual
Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Available from any computer.
Special Instructions: Accessing Training Instructions
Help: Help page

Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)
Description: Threat awareness and education training is designed to ensure that DA personnel recognize and report incidents and indicators of attempted or actual espionage, subversion, sabotage, terrorism or extremist activities directed against the Army and its personnel, facilities, resources, and activities; indicators of potential terrorist associated insider threats; illegal diversion of military technology; unauthorized intrusions into automated information systems; unauthorized disclosure of classified information; and indicators of other incidents that may indicate foreign intelligence or international terrorism targeting of the Army.
Frequency:
Annual – Face to Face (1 hour) – typically offered twice a month.
Log In Method/Accessibility: Please see your Supervisor for date and times of available Face to Face training.

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