What does CEU mean on MarineNet?
Continuing Education Units
To better support the mental agility and informal professional military education category within JEPES, the College of Distance Education and Training (CDET) has replaced Self Education Bonus Points with Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for courses located on MarineNet.
How long does it take to go from lance corporal to corporal?
Current policy states a lance corporal must have 8 months TIG during any month within the quarter before being eligible for promotion selection to corporal. Effective 1 April 2016, a lance corporal will be required to have at least 12 months TIG before being eligible for promotion selection to corporal.
How do Marines rank up?
When you enter the Marines, you begin as a Private, also known as the E-1 level. Each time you are promoted, you move up a rank, from E-1 to E-2, E-2 to E-3, etc., all the way up to E-9, or a Sergeant Major. For the first few levels, promotions happen almost automatically.
Is it hard to get promoted in the Marine Corps?
The promotions to E-4 and above in the Marine Corps are competitive. That means there are only so many “vacancies” in each grade (above E-3) in each MOS (job). For E-6 through E-9 promotions, the Commandant of the Marine Corps convenes a promotion board once per year.
What’s the replacement of marinenet self education bonus points?
2. To better support the mental agility and informal professional military education category within JEPES, the College of Distance Education and Training (CDET) has replaced Self Education Bonus Points with Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for courses located on MarineNet. 3.
How to score Enlisted promotions in the Marine Corps?
Marine Corps Enlisted Promotions Line # Item Example Score Total 9 Self-Education Points (maximum 75) 25 169 10 Add Drill Instructor/Recruiter/Security 100 269 11 Add 20 points for each recruiting referr 40 289 12 Total Composite Score 289
Are there bonus points for enlisting in the Marine Corps?
If those individuals then enlist in the Marine Corps, the E-3/E-4 will receive 20 bonus points for each individual referred (Note: Marine Corps Recruiters are not eligible for these referral points — but they are eligible for the 100 point Recruiter Bonus, above).
Where can I find information about Marine Corps education?
Contact your Installation Education Service Officer for more information and to receive one-on-one support. Marine Corps Credentialing Opportunities On-line (COOL) is a credentialing awareness, information and resources capability for all Marines.