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Disenrollment and No Shows

If a member is disenrolled from “A” School, desires to cancel his/her class, or is a “no show” to “A” School, commands/members shall follow procedures in COMDTINST  M1500.10C Performance, Training and Education Manual.

Fault Disenrollment

Students who are disenrolled from Class “A” School for misconduct, lack of effort or application to complete training, or disenrollment at members’ request, are considered to be Fault disenrollments. Such members are prohibited from applying for another Class “A” School for 12 months from date of disenrollment.

No Fault Disenrollment

Students who are disenrolled from Class “A” School for academic, humanitarian, or for the good of the Service are considered to be No Fault disenrollments and, upon arriving at their new duty station, may request to be placed on another Class “A” School list.  Members who incur their second No Fault disenrollment will be assessed a Fault disenrollment and will be prohibited from applying for another Class “A” School for 12 months from date of last disenrollment.

No Shows

Commands whose members fail to execute orders to a Class “A” School and do not request cancellation of orders prior to class convening shall send a message to CG PSC-RPM-2 providing the reason for non-attendance at training.  The categories are as follows:

  • Administrative No knowledge of orders by Servicing Personnel Office (SPO) or command (requires explanation of situation).
  • Medical Member is not fit for duty.
  • Conflicting TDY Commitments Member had previous orders to other training or operational commitment.
  • Change in unit operational status (OPSTAT) The unit’s readiness required the member’s presence at the unit.
  • Family emergency or other hardship Non-military obligations or situations required the member’s absence from the Class “A” School.