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CNATRAINST 1542 126A,BLANK PAGE,CNATRAINST 1542 126A. TABLE OF CONTENTS,Front Matter Page,Foreword v,Course Data vii. Student Data ix,OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION, UNIT 1 0 Intermediate Water Survival Training Program IWSTP. Overview Course Introduction 1, Lesson Topic 1 1 IWSTP Overview Course Introduction Swim. Familiarization 2,UNIT 2 0 Survival Swimming 3, Lesson Topic 2 1 Introduction to Survival Swimming and Swim.
Lesson Topic 2 2 Survival Floating Treading Water,Swimming in Organizational Clothing. Laboratory 1 2 3 5, Lesson Topic 2 3 Survival Floating Treading Water Test. Surface Debris Burning Oil Fuel, Lesson Topic 2 4 Abandon Ship Procedures Submerged Burning. Oil Swim Rough Water Swim,Trouser Inflation 7,Lesson Topic 2 5 Survival Swimming Out Test 8. Lesson Topic 2 6 Survival Swimming Confidence and,Endurance Test 9.
UNIT 3 0 American Red Cross ARC Standard First Aid 10. Lesson Topic 3 1 American Red Cross Standard First Aid. Annex A Equipment Requirement List A 1,Annex B Training Materials List B 1. Annex C Skills Profile C 1,Annex D Master Course Schedule D 1. Annex E Instructional Management Plan E 1,Annex F Stretching Exercises F 1. CNATRAINST 1542 126A,BLANK PAGE,CNATRAINST 1542 126A. This document was prepared for submission to higher authority for. approval The curriculum outline lists course lesson topics and. associated learning objectives both terminal and enabling in their. sequential order Unless otherwise stated the standard for achieving. each of these objectives is 100, In Annex A prices of some equipment have not been listed because.
in most cases the equipment is obtained from Defense Reutilization and. Marketing activities, In Annex D of the Curriculum Outline a master course schedule. appears for water survival training The schedule lists the lesson. topic numbers that are to be used to teach the appropriate course of. CNATRAINST 1542 126A,BLANK PAGE,CNATRAINST 1542 126A. COURSE DATA, 1 Course Title Intermediate Water Survival Training Program. 2 Course Identification Number CIN Q 050 0605, 3 Course Data Processing Code CDP by Site Pensacola FL. 4 CDP Code 0212H,5 Course Status Revision, 6 Course Mission Statement The Intermediate Water Survival.
Training Program develops personal water survival skills Intermediate. water survival training shall include hands on training which. exposes students to the various survival skills needed in an open sea. survival environment Training also prepares students to continue on. with N1 training Instructors shall strive to develop student s. confidence in their equipment and their ability to survive. Standardized instruction and strict compliance with existing. guidelines issued in this curriculum are the key factors in. determining the success of training The water survival site s Officer. in Charge shall ensure that current requirements are clearly. understood by staff and students The Model Manager shall monitor. training through periodic evaluations of each training site. In addition all instructional personnel shall create a positive. professional attitude towards Intermediate Water Survival training. while building awareness of its value Student convenience should be. emphasized This is accomplished through administrative services. designed to accommodate ease of check in out and facilitate training. efficiency Instructors must make every effort to create an. environment conducive to learning vice testing,7 Occupational Classification None. 8 Prerequisites None,9 Planned Course Length 10 days. 10 Current Course Length 10 days,11 Training Site,Naval Aviation Schools Command. 181 Chambers Ave Suite C,Pensacola Fl 32508 5221, 12 Site Unique Training Consideration See page E 3. CNATRAINST 1542 126A,13 Number of Convenings by Site Current Planned.
Naval Air Station 100 100,Pensacola FL,14 Class Capacity by Site Current Planned. Naval Air Station,Pensacola FL,a Maximum 45 65,b Normal 30 45. c Minimum 1 1,Naval Education Training,Security Assistance Field. Activity Pensacola FL,a Maximum New 15,b Normal 10. c Minimum 1,Vance Air Force Base,a Maximum New 35,b Normal 30.
c Minimum 1, 15 Planned Average on Board by Site Current Planned. Naval Air Station 30 45,Pensacola FL,Naval Education Training Security. Assistance Field Activity,Pensacola FL New 10,Vance Air Force Base. Enid OK New 30,16 Instructor Support Manning, a Basic Swimming and Water Survival Instructor 9510 NEC or. Officer equivalent graduate of CIN A 012 1014, b Certified by the Model Manger to conduct this course.
c Qualified lifeguard per BUPERINST 1710 19, d Comply with any other site specific manpower requirements. CNATRAINST 1542 126A,STUDENT DATA,1 Personnel Physical Requirements. a Prospective and designated aircrew shall report with a. current Aeromedical Clearance Notice NAVMED 6410 2 signed by a U S. Navy flight surgeon aviation medical officer or aviation medical. b Naval aviator and enlisted aircrew candidates entering. initial aviation training at the Naval Aviation Schools Command. 1 For cases where NAVAEROSPMEDINST has completed a. flight physical but cannot issue an Aeromedical Clearance Notice. NAVMED 6410 2 pending administrative processing, NAVAEROSPMEDINST may certify the candidate physically qualified. to commence initial training utilizing NAVAEROSPMEDINST Form. 2 Naval aviator candidates shall not be, transferred from Naval Aviation Schools Command to further. aviation training until NAVAEROSPMEDINST completes the. flight physical and an Aeromedical Clearance Notice NAVMED. 6410 2 has been issued,2 Security Clearance None,3 Obligated Service None.
4 NOBC NEC Earned None,CNATRAINST 1542 126A,CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION. UNIT 1 0 Intermediate Water Survival Training Program. IWSTP Overview Course Introduction,Contact Periods 1 5 Classroom 3 5 Laboratory. Media Lecture with audiovisual aids,Security Classification Unclassified. Terminal Objective,Completely supported by this unit. 1 0 Upon completion of this unit of instruction the student will. identify requirements for water survival training and will state. the DOR TTO policies and the safety precautions used during. Partially supported by this unit, 2 0 Upon completion of this unit of instruction the student shall.
demonstrate knowledge of survival swimming techniques and while. wearing organizational clothing perform survival swim strokes. abandon ship drill confidence endurance swim treading water. and survival floating without injury to personnel or damage to. CNATRAINST 1542 126A,CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION. Lesson Topic 1 1 IWSTP Overview Course Introduction Swim. Familiarization,Contact Periods 1 5 Classroom 3 5 Laboratory. Media Lecture with audiovisual aids,Terminal Objective. Completely supported by this lesson topic, 1 0 Upon completion of this unit of instruction the student will. identify requirements for water survival training and will state. the DOR TTO policies and the safety precautions used during. Partially supported by this lesson topic, 2 0 Upon completion of this unit of instruction the student shall.
demonstrate knowledge of survival swimming techniques and while. wearing organizational clothing perform survival swim strokes. abandon ship drill confidence endurance swim treading water. and survival floating without injury to personnel or damage to. Enabling Objectives,Completely supported by this lesson topic. 1 1 Identify requirements for water survival training. 1 2 Identify and adhere to all safety precautions used during. 1 3 Identify and adhere to the training schedule and remedial. opportunities,1 4 State the DOR TTO policies and procedures. 2 1 State the purpose advantages and disadvantages of the survival. Breaststroke Sidestroke Elementary backstroke and American. 2 2 Perform 50 yard swim in bathing suit, 2 3 Practice survival swim strokes while wearing bathing suits. CNATRAINST 1542 126A,CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION. UNIT 2 0 Survival Swimming,Contact Periods 5 Classroom 17 5 Laboratory.
Media Lecture with audiovisual aids,Security Classification Unclassified. Terminal Objective,Partially supported by this unit. 2 0 Upon completion of this unit of instruction the student shall. demonstrate knowledge of survival swimming techniques and while. wearing organizational clothing perform survival swim strokes. abandon ship drill confidence endurance swim treading water. and survival floating without injury to personnel or damage to. CNATRAINST 1542 126A,CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION. Lesson Topic 2 1 Introduction to Survival Swimming and Swim Screen. Contact Periods 2 5 Laboratory,Media Lecture with visual aids. Terminal Objective,Partially supported by this lesson topic.
2 0 Upon completion of this unit of instruction the student shall. demonstrate knowledge of survival swimming techniques and while. wearing organizational clothing perform survival swim strokes. abandon ship drill confidence endurance swim treading water and. survival floating without injury to personnel or damage to. Enabling Objective,Completely supported by this lesson topic. 2 4 Step from a tower not to exceed 15 feet and swim 100 yards. demonstrating 25 yards each of Breaststroke Sidestroke. Elementary Backstroke and American Crawl Remain afloat for 1. minute using a prone face down technique,CNATRAINST 1542 126A. CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION, Lesson Topic 2 2 Survival Floating Treading Water Swimming in. Organizational Clothing,Laboratory 1 2 3,Contact Periods 5 Classroom 6 0 Laboratory. Media Lecture with visual aids,Terminal Objective,Partially supported by this lesson topic.
2 0 Upon completion of this unit of instruction the student shall. demonstrate knowledge of survival swimming techniques and while. wearing organizational clothing perform survival swim strokes. abandon ship drill confidence endurance swim treading water. and survival floating without injury to personnel or damage to. Enabling Objectives,Completely supported by this lesson topic. 2 5 Perform survival floating and treading water skills while wearing. a bathing suit, 2 6 Perform survival floating and treading water while wearing. organizational clothing and boots, 2 7 Perform survival floating and treading water skills while wearing. organizational clothing boots gloves and personal flotation. device PFD, 2 8 Perform the survival breaststroke sidestroke and elementary. backstroke while wearing organizational clothing and boots. 2 9 Perform the survival breaststroke sidestroke and elementary. backstroke while wearing organizational clothing boots gloves.

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