Pawtucket Flotilla Lowell, Massachusetts
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Last Updated 7 November 2018
Next Flotilla Meeting
7:00 PM 15 November 2018
At the Law offices of Bernstein & Bell
4 Courthouse Lane Chelmsford, MA 01824
The Auxiliary is now required to meet the same standards as the other three components of the USCG (Active Duty, Reserve, paid civilians) on Mandated Training. There are ten courses which must be completed by all members before 31 December 2016. They are all on-line at the USCGAUX Learning Management System if you want to complete them at home. Many of us already have the two Incident Command System classes (ICS 100 and 700) and Sexual Harassment Prevention. To try to get ahead of the last minute rush we all seem to favor, our Flotilla Commander has decided to present one course at each flotilla meeting. These will be PowerPoint presentations with interactive discussions after the normal business meeting. Each should take less than one-hour and you are not required to do any preparation.