The Resilience-Building Leader Program is again delighted to announce another military credentialing opportunity, this time with the US Navy’s Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) website!
This program reflects our ongoing commitment to provide personal and professional development to those serving in the United States military forces. The US Navy COOL program is a Total Force Enlisted program.
From the US Navy COOL program’s website:
“Many civilian jobs have certain professional and technical standards. Obtaining credentials – certifications and licenses – shows that you meet these standards. For example, a welder can show his welding certifications to an employer to document that he has specific skills and knowledge. In the civilian world, credentials may be required for a job, or can make you much more likely to be hired for a job.”
“(US Navy) COOL plays a role in a four-step credentialing process, but some steps require you to reach out to the credentialing agency or exam vendor. The four basic steps are shown in the Main Menu accessible from the top right corner of every page. This page provides an overview of the steps, with links to more detailed information about each step. You should review this carefully to understand the entire process.”
If you are an active US Navy member, visit this page for a breakdown of the process for obtaining a certification through COOL.
Read more about the RBLP’s Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) availability.
RBLP leadership certifications are about Building Resilient Teams™ that overcome adversity and then can adapt and grow together.