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All US students attending the National War College must complete the JKO course: SERE 100.1 Level A Code of Conduct Training Course in order to participate in the Overseas Engagement (Travel) portion of the curriculum.  Completing it prior to arrival is to your advantage.  Please print out and have your completion certificate with you for collection during your first week at NWC.  If you do not have time to complete this prior to arrival, it will become a requirement for you to complete during the first part of the academic year.
As with the Information Assurance training - go to the JKO website: https://jkodirect.jten.mil and in the "Course Catalog: tab search for the course number: J3TA-US022.  Once you find the course click on "Enroll." Then you can return to the "My Training" tab and you will find the course available for you to complete.  This course takes a good bit of time to complete, you can start and stop the course at your own convenience while you complete it.

Completion of Information Assurance (IA) training by all students is critical to maintaining the security posture of NDU systems. All students will need to access the Joint Knowledge Online training website and take the JS-US024 Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Awareness Challenge and print out the completion certificate and have it with them during in-processing. DoD CAC holders who have taken the Joint Staff Cyber Awareness Challenge course previously are requested to bring a copy of their completion certificate to in-processing for our records.  Since all users are required to keep their training current during their time at NDU, ensure that your training completion date is 1 June 2015 or later to ensure you won’t have to complete it again during your time of enrollment.

For DoD CAC holders: Go to https://jkodirect.jten.mil, log in using your CAC, and read and accept the DoD warning. On the page that appears after login, click on the tab for “Course Catalog” and enter "JS-US024" into the course number search box. When the course appears, select "Enroll."


  • For non-DoD CAC holders: Go to https://jkodirect.jten.mil and read and accept the DoD warning. Look for the “First Time Student/No CAC" option under "Login Options," and select the option that applies to you:
  • I have a .MIL, .GOV, NPS.EDU, DODEA.EDU or NDU.EDU address: Selecting this option will open your email client to send an email from your authorized email account address (i.e. your .mil, .GOV, NPS.EDU or DODEA.EDU address) The email is sent to the JKO help desk, and they should respond back to you with a username and password that will allow you to login to the training site and access the training.
  • I do NOT have a .MIL, .GOV or NDU.EDU address or I am a Multinational Student: Selecting this option will open your email client and open a template for you to fill in and “send” to your “government sponsor” for JKO access.  You sponsor will then forward that email to JKO using their .ndu.edu email account, and JKO should respond back to you with a username and password that will allow you to login to the training site and access the training. Once you have logged in: on the page that appears after login, click on the tab for “Course Catalog” and type into the course number search box: JS-US024 and select “search.” Once the course appears, select “enroll.”

If for some reason you are unable to accomplish this training prior to your arrival, be advised that there is a grace period after your arrival that allows you to complete the training while allowing you access to network services.


Completion of Information Assurance (IA) training by all students is critical to maintaining the security posture of NDU systems.  Students will not be required to retake training during the Academic Year if they provide proof of (any) valid Cyber Awareness training e.g., DISA, JKO, State Dept., etc.  If you took a non-JKO course, please bring a printed out certificate of completion for the course you have taken with you to in-processing.  DoD CAC holders who have taken the DoD Cyber Awareness Challenge course through JKO are requested to bring a copy of their completion certificate to in-processing for our records.  If you need to complete this training, use the Joint Knowledge Online training website and take the JS-US024 Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Awareness Challenge and print out the completion certificate and have it with you during in-processing
Since all users are required to keep their training current during their time at NDU, if you are enrolled in a year-long program, ensure that your training completion date is 1 June 2015 or later to ensure you won’t have to complete it again during your time of enrollment

If for some reason you are unable to accomplish this training prior to your arrival, be advised that you will have sufficient time during the program’s first week (Week 0 – Orientation, Convocation, etc…) to complete this training and provide the required documentation to your college's Information Management Officer (IMO).  In case you lose your certificate or want to produce another document, the certificate, by default, is saved on JKO and you may access the system to retrieve this information.

For DoD CAC holders: Go to https://jkodirect.jten.mil, log in using your CAC, and read and accept the DoD warning. On the page that appears after login, click on the tab for “Course Catalog” and enter "US024" into the course number search box. When the course appears, select "Enroll."



The screen will refresh and you can launch the course from this tab as the word "Enroll" will change to "Launch".  If you start and don't finish, you can find the course when you log back in on the "My Training" Tab and can pick up where you left off in the training.



For non-DoD CAC holders: Go to 
https://jkodirect.jten.mil and read and accept the DoD warning. Look for the “First Time Student/No CAC" option under "Login Options," and select the option that applies to you:

  • I have a .MIL, .GOV, NPS.EDU, DODEA.EDU or NDU.EDU address: Selecting this option will open your email client to send an email from your authorized email account address (i.e. your .mil, .GOV, NPS.EDU or DODEA.EDU address) The email is sent to the JKO help desk, and they should respond back to you with a username and password that will allow you to login to the training site and access the training.
  • I do NOT have a .MIL, .GOV or NDU.EDU address or I am a Multinational Student: Selecting this option will open your email client and open a template for you to fill in and “send” to your “government sponsor” for JKO access.  You sponsor will then forward that email to JKO using their .ndu.edu email account, and JKO should respond back to you with a username and password that will allow you to login to the training site and access the training. Once you have logged in: on the page that appears after login, click on the tab for “Course Catalog” and type into the course number search box: JS-US024 and select “search.” Once the course appears, select “enroll.”
JKO - JS-US007 Level 1 Antiterrorism Awareness Training  (2Hrs) - All US Students who will Travel

Much like above - use the Course Catalog to search for Course Number US007 - it should take you to the Antiterrorism Awareness Training course - you can enroll and accomplish as described above.  All Civilian and Military US students who will travel as part of the overseas engagement (travel) portion of the curriculum must complete this training prior to travel.

 


J3T A-US1329-SERE 100.2 Level A SERE Education and Training in Support of the Code of Conduct (FOUO) - (4 hrs) 


All US Students attending the National War College must complete the JKO course: SERE 100.2 Level A SERE Education and Training in Support of the code of Conduct in order to participate in the Overseas Engagement (Travel) portion of the curriculum.  

Different countries have different requirements for currency of this training event; however, if you have completed it within 24 months of April 2017 (our planned travel period), your training should be valid.  Some countries have a 36 month requirement, but you won't know which country you are traveling to until well after you arrive, so, if you want to ensure you won't have to spend the 8 hours scheduled for this training during the academic year, complete it prior to your arrival to be current for your travel.

Please print out and have your completion certificate with you for collection during your first week at NWC.  If you do not have time to complete this prior to arrival, it will become a requirement for you to complete during the first part of the academic year.

As with the Information Assurance training - go to the JKO website: https://jkodirect.jten.mil and in the "Course Catalog: tab search for the course number: A-US022.  Once you find the course click on "Enroll." Then you can return to the "My Training" tab and you will find the course available for you to complete.  This course takes a good bit of time to complete, you can start and stop the course at your own convenience while you complete it.