WEBLINKS AND CONTENT VERIFIED AS OF SEPTEMBER 14, 2023
Effective January 31, 2023, OPNAV N17 Command Resilience Team Primary Prevention and Human Factors Process training hosted by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has moved to Navy eLearning (NEL). For instructions and information about the training download the CRT PP HFP FAQ
Culture of Excellence (COE) is a Navywide approach owned by Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) that empowers the Fleet to achieve warfighting excellence by fostering psychological, physical and emotional toughness; promoting organizational trust and transparency; and ensuring inclusion and connectedness among every Sailor, family member and civilian throughout their Navy journey.
To streamline efforts, the Navy Culture and Force Resilience Office (OPNAV N17) has adjusted to a 2-3-page briefing of the most important updates from N17, with links to learn more. Find our newsletter on the Advancing Navy Culture media page.
COE is the evolution of Task Force Resilient/Total Sailor Fitness and Resilience building on its successful approach toward reducing harmful behaviors by amplifying primary prevention methods (i.e. preventing harmful behaviors before they occur).