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For Army Fellows

The Safety and Occupational Health Career Fellow program’s mission is to attract, recruit and hire the nation’s best talent and provide training, education, mentoring and professional development to highly skilled individuals who will immediately contribute to Army mission readiness. Army Fellows are the future leaders in the Safety and Occupational Health career field.

Army Fellows

Safety and Occupational Health Career Fellow Program


Safety and Occupational Health Career Program Fellow Training and Development
All Safety and Occupational Health Career Program fellows are required to complete Phases 1 through 5 of the Safety and Occupational Health Career Program Resident Training.

  • Phase 1 Distributed Learning Courses completed at duty station online
  • Phase 2 United States Army Combat Readiness Center Resident Training, Fort Rucker, AL
  • Phase 3 University Training at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY
  • Phase 4 Developmental Assignments, locations to be determined
  • Phase 5 On the Job Training at duty station

CP-12 Class 21-01 (Tentative) CP-12 Class 21-02 (Tentative)
Phase 1 (DL): 1 Oct 2020-1 Jan 2021 Phase 1 (DL): 1 Dec 2020-28 Feb 2021
Phase 2 (VIRTUAL): 11 Jan 2021-8 Feb 2021* Phase 2 (VIRTUAL): 1-26 Mar 2021
Phase 3 (OSHA UNIVERSITY): 24 Feb 2021 - 3 Apr 2021 Phase 3 (OSHA UNIVERSITY): 19 Apr 2021- 28 May 2021
   
*Holidays* *Holidays*
*18 Jan-MLK Day NONE
   


Safety and Occupational Health Career Program Fellow Master Training Plans and Career Maps


Safety and Occupational Health Career Program Fellow Handbook and Brochure

  • Safety and Occupational Health Fellow Program Brochure (under revision)
  • Safety and Occupational Health Fellow Program Handbook (under revision)

Frequently Asked Questions