With more than 7,500 Navy e-Learning (NeL) courses available, Sailors around the world--and around the clock--have come to depend on NeL to help advance their careers.
What does NEL stand for?
NEL stands for Navy E-Learning
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 67 other meanings of NEL in our Acronym Attic
- New England Kinesiology Network
- North East Kansas Railroaders (Atchison, KS)
- North East Karnataka Road Transport Corporation (India)
- Northeast Kingdom Travel and Tourism Association (Vermont)
- Nana's Everyday Life (Webcomic)
- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Exchange Lodge
- National Engineering Landmark (Australia)
- National Enquiry Line (UK)
- National Exploitation Laboratory
- Naval Electronics/Engineering Laboratory
Samples in periodicals archive:
CLREC has developed 159 OCATs to date and has begun to transition these locally developed cultural training materials to electronic courseware for deployment on Navy e-Learning.
The Chief of Naval Education and Training (CNET) officially opened the Navy E-Learning website at www.
These developers include companies creating online courses for the THINQ-powered Navy E-Learning portal for 1.
In March 2009, the Naval Education and Training Command completed changes to the Navy e-Learning site to provide Department of the Navy Information Technology Management Series (2210) personnel the ability to identify and participate in online training supporting their occupations and associated competencies.
When finished, this will provide a 95 percent functional NKO; a more capable Sea Warrior portal and increased access to the Sea Warrior portal afloat; Navy E-Learning courses, 5VM, JASS Career Management System (JCMS), Navy Training Management and Planning System (NTMPS) Afloat; and the Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ), among other resources, such as content management and viewing systems.
In the future, NPC hopes to automatically import records from students taking e-learning courses through the Navy E-Learning portal (www.
Lincoln Strike Group Sailors took Security+ commercially developed training via Navy e-Learning SkillSoft courses; Carnegie Mellon University's Virtual Training Environment that includes labs and mentors; and commercial certification courses.