Posted on Sep 28, 2016
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I was going through the military courses from HRC that count towards promotion points and I noticed the code EWL for Nodal Network Systems Operator. It says it counts for points and since it is actually my MOS I was wondering how I might get this added or what I would need to get this added to my ERB?

Any help is appreciated. Trying to make points as soon as I can.
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So for the most part, you always want to take any certificate with you to S1 so they can also add it to your iperms. As far as promotion points for your mos, I tried doing the same thing for 25N. I think it would give you like 800 hours of military ed and probably max you out. I figured that it was too good to be true and did some more research on it. In AR 600-8-19 pg 47 it states that (2) Noncommissioned Officer Education System. Promotion points are not authorized for NCOES Courses (except as indicated in para 3–18a), all badge-producing courses (see military awards, para 3–17), BCT, advanced individual training, new equipment training, USMAPS/U.S. Military Academy, language training, OCS, and Warrant Officer Candidate Course. I know that 25N points have significantly dropped these past few months. If you maxed out your military ed by adding your AIT cert I would talk to your NCO and explain the situation. You do not want to be in a position where you have to back pay the Army. Hope this information helped.
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Thanks SSG (Join to see) , this is extremely helpful.
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No problem. If you have anymore questions, feel free to ask.
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Ignore the comment from the other account. I forgot I had the other account back then. Either way no problem. SGT (Join to see) -
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You are doing the right thing if you are interested in different courses and try to engage in self-development. I can advise you on an interesting article about interactive methods and forms of teaching foreign languages, here is the site https://positivewordsresearch.com/interactive-methods-and-forms-to-teach-foreign-languages/, here you can find out more details that you are interested. These techniques can provide many benefits when it comes to developing learners' cognitive or creative abilities.
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SSG Trevor S.
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For assistance with adding any code to your ERB see your S-1. You may need to drag along an NCO for the appointment.
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I know that I need to see S-1 to add the code to my ERB but because its my job description I'm not sure if I just need to bring the certificate of training from my AIT to get that code added to my ERB or if there is some other requirement to get it added? I just find it weird because it is the very definition of my job description with the course description.
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SSG Trevor S.
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Bring the certificate, it will never hurt to be prepared. And, there are very few instances of troops getting into units for OJT before going through AIT.
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SGT Jnn Team Chief
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Roger, I appreciate it SSG Trevor S.
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Did you ever get it added to your ERB?
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