Did you know that as an instructor at Navy Supply Corps (NSCS) you are able to earn the Master Training Specialist Certification (MTS)?

Oct. 4, 2018 | By kgabel
By Lt. Stephen Astafan, Public Affairs Navy Supply Corps School The MTS qualification provides recognition for outstanding individual effort and fosters command training professionalism. The program is designed to develop and qualify those individuals who possess advanced knowledge, skills, and abilities that will enhance the delivery of quality education and training in the Navy. Additionally, the MTS certification counts as nine semester hours toward a teaching degree or continuing education. [caption id="attachment_8462" align="aligncenter" width="500"]
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Capt. Matt Hoffman and Capt. Jonathan Haynes field questions from junior supply officers during the JOTS at NSCS. –photo by Lt. Adam Johnson, NSCS PAO
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Capt. Matt Hoffman and Capt. Jonathan Haynes field questions from junior supply officers during the JOTS at NSCS. –photo by Lt. Adam Johnson, NSCS PAO
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Capt. Matt Hoffman and Capt. Jonathan Haynes field questions from junior supply officers during the JOTS at NSCS. –photo by Lt. Adam Johnson, NSCS PAO   [caption id="attachment_8466" align="aligncenter" width="225"]
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This MTS Emblem is worn on the name tags of all MTS qualified personnel.
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MTS Emblem
This MTS Emblem is worn on the name tags of all MTS qualified personnel.
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This MTS Emblem is worn on the name tags of all MTS qualified personnel. Fall 2018