Posted on May 24, 2019
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I keep hearing there is a regulation which prohibits you from going to NCOES schools within 6 months from one another, or that you can’t go back to back NCOES schools. Is there any validity to this or does anyone know where I can find the regulation which would govern it?
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SFC Senior Brigade Career Counselor
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If that were policy you would find that in AR 350 - 1 or the atrrs course catalog prerequisites.
I've never heard of any policy like that. I attended SLC five months after graduating the career counselor course which counts as ALC in my MOS.
The problem with trying to attend a second ncoes is that you are the lowest priority on the oml to attend when you are not promotable
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SSG Brian Grierson
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Talk to your unit training NCO or Officer. In nearly all things training, show me the regulation. If there is not one, no policy letter etc., then there is nothing preventing you from requesting the school.
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SSG Firefighter
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Some schools have a policy in effect for an SM that fails the NCOES due to APFT or HT/WT that they cannot attend again for six months as well.
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