View Full Version : Level 1 Anti-Terrorism Awareness Course now required on DoD contracts

13 October 2011, 20:00
Heads up....Many may not be aware of this requirement, but if you are on a US Govt project on a fed installation, you must complete the Level 1 Anti-Terrorism Awareness course. All of UXO Techs must now have the course as a condition of employment. It's free and after the course you get a certificate to provide to your employer with a serial number to put on your resume as a recent cert.

Here is some info:

Anti-Terrorism Level 1 Training
Department of Defense (DOD) policy requires that all DOD military and civilian personnel and supporting defense contractors receive an anti-terrorism/force protection (AT/FP) briefing before travel to any destination outside the United States (except Guam and Midway Island). Companies contracting with DOD must provide their personnel working on contracts outside the United States with AT/FP awareness information commensurate with that which DOD provides to its military and civilian personnel and their families.

Via DOD Website: Access https://atlevel1.dtic.mil/at/ (https://atlevel1.dtic.mil/at/) to complete the Anti-Terrorism Level 1 training. Email your certificate of completion to your sponsor or N-Code Executive Assistant.

Via TWMS: If you have a current Department of Navy email address, you can complete the anti-terrorism training through the Total Workforce Management Services (TWMS) system.

Hot Mess
14 October 2011, 01:57
Meh, it takes more time to click through the slides than it does to answer the questions. I wonder how long until everyone who drives on a DoD installation has to do that drivers safety thing; ok, I'll drive no more than 8 hours before I pull over and sleep:rolleyes:

14 October 2011, 09:59
I thought it was odd when they asked for my cert before I deployed thank god I already had mine complete for my annual Marine training requirements and just printed off another cert. That along with about 15 other classes takes a good few days of work time to sit, click and test through every year.

17 August 2015, 19:52
My name is Dr. Hilda Sipp

17 August 2015, 20:21
My name is Dr. Hilda Sipp

High precision, low accuracy. :biggrin:

17 August 2015, 21:04
This is nothing new. Has been a requirement for several years in many industries. But good to get the word out. All online and if you cannot pass this, you do not deserve to work in any capacity, much less on a DoD contract.

Edit: Shit, I just realized this is an old post. Sorry about that.