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Listed below are both courses and guides to help our members in UCIP. To apply for a course click on the link provided at the top and fill out the form. The ribbon awarded for a course completion is shown below the course name.

Please note that all courses are only available by email.
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Basic SIMGuide Judge Advocate General Starbase
Combined Medical Studies Marines Warrant Officer Training
Engineering Operations Senior Officer Training
Enlisted Science: General Executive Officer Training
Fighter Pilot Science: Astrophysics Commanding Officer Training
Helm Security/Tactical Flag Officer Training

Basic SIMGuide

Email Training


IRC Training

Guide
This Course trains Cadets in the skills and information they will need to be able to SIM in UCIP. The process involves reading the Basic SIMGuide, and undertaking a Comprehensive Examination via email. The purpose of the examination is to ensure that the student has read the Basic SIMGuide. Following completion of the Comprehensive Exam, the student will have to either attend a Training SIM, or take an EMail Practical Exam. The student will be evaluated on their SIMming skills.
Fleet Admiral Donald Davis
LT Commander James Kaz
Captain Vokar

Combined Medical Studies


Guide
Cheat Sheet
Medical personnel on a ship oversee the physical and mental health and safety of the crew. Those training in the field of medicine usually select an alien physiology to specialize in other than their own. Counselors, if necessary, can provide psychiatric and psychological treatment and care. Students taking the Combined Medical Studies course become trained in the use of medical equipment and medicines.
Rear Admiral Althea Swanson

Engineering


Guide
Transwarp Drive
Engineering personnel provide the necessary repair and upkeep of equipment aboard ship. It is suggested that prospective Engineers select one (or more) Engineering skills to specialize in because the Confederation encourages research and development of newer and better systems.
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Enlisted


Guide
The ships in UCIP are not run entirely by officers. The vast majority of those aboard are enlisted personnel. The enlisted crew serves on the bridge, maintains security, performs basic medical treatment, helps repair the ship, and provide a source of training for the junior officers on the ship, to give a brief (and all too incomplete) listing of the contribution of enlisted personnel.
LT Commander James_Kaz

Fighter Pilot


Guide
Shuttles & Fighters
Flight School trains Cadets in the basics of flying tactical auxiliary craft. Pilots from Starfleet's Naval and Marine branches are trained in the instruments and fighters of today's Starfleet.
Rear Admiral Steck

Helm


Guide
Astrogation
Helm and Navigation personnel provide the ship with pilots and co-pilots. They also provide the ship with experienced Shuttlecraft and Runabout pilots and co-pilots. It is highly recommended that those who take the Helm course also take the Operations Course.
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Judge Advocate General


Guide General Orders
Starfleet's Judge Advocates are responsible for the investigation, prosecution, and defense of the men and women enlisted in Starfleet. In addition, Starfleet Judge Advocates assist in the development and ratification of treaties and act as legal advisors to members of the Federation Admiralty.
Rear Admiral Steck

Marine


Guide
Starfleet Marines are exceptionally well trained and capable, even by Starfleet standards. They are meant to operate primarily on planetary surfaces, both land and water, but are also trained to participate in space-based operations as well. Their skills reflect the fact that they frequently have to operate in a long-range reconnaissance fashion, often with little or no support from Starfleet.
Lieutenant Commander Lucas De Wynter

Operations


Guide
This is the course for Cadets who wish to pursue advancement in the command line fields of the Confederation. The Operations course provides an interface between the day-to-day normal activities of the crew on board ship and the command personnel. Operations personnel study a program designed to give them a working knowledge of all other divisions in the Confederation.
Commander Moss

Science: General


Guide
Science personnel provide the investigative research for ships and transmit that information back to UCIP Command. Science personnel are also useful on landing parties and at Starbases. Those choosing Science as a career usually go on to specialize in a certain field such as Astrophysics and Xenobiology.
Rear Admiral Andrew Munroe

Science: Astrophysics


Guide
This course is to spark the student's interest in discovering how our worlds all came to be, the origins of and the future of the universes around us. Various areas of astrophysics and basic cosmology will be touched on during thise course; this information being merely the basics and not anything overly technical.

Requirements:
  • Science: General
Rear Admiral Andrew Munroe

Security and Tactical


Guide
Phasers & Probes
Security forces provide basic police duties on ship, as well as protective duties to landing parties. The chief of Security also runs the Tactical systems such as weapons and shields.
Captain Vokar

Starbase


Guide
This course is provided to all officers of the Confederation who have not only a desire to one day command a Confederation Station, but also to those officers who are currently in command of a Space Station facility.
Admiral Cerywyn

Warrant Officer Training


Guide
The Warrant Officer Training course readies a simmer to take on a career stream between the enlisted and commisioned officers. It is comprised by the field experts; those that know and do best in their field of interest and it creates a definite nich of officers vital to the operation of StarFleet.

The major base entry criteria for this officer stream is Petty Officer 2nd Class or an Academy Cadet that decided not to follow the commissioned officer route. The second criteria is the officer must have taken or will be taking the academy course for the field he or she is pursuing.
LT Commander James_Kaz

Senior Officer Training


Guide
The Senior Officer Training course is the foundation and cornerstone for the Command Course, and is designed to assist department heads in running their departments. it is an important class for all officers, because it introduces the rudiments of command, and addresses some of the issues that simmers wanting to command will face.
Fleet Admiral Donald Davis
Rear Admiral Andrew Munroe

Executive Officer Training



Guide
This is a course for officers who want to become Top Command personnel. The Executive Officer Course teaches skills important for holding positions of responsibility and authority over other officers. Students will also learn about command procedures and protocols within UCIP.

Requirements:

  • Senior Officer Training
Restricted To:
  • LtCmdr/Maj/CPO/SSgt/CWO2 OR
  • Lt/Capt/Sgt/CWO3 with a CO's Letter of Recommendation BUT
  • Open for all XO's and CO's, with a supporting letter from Starfleet Commander
Vice Admiral Stormy O'Brien

Commanding Officer Training



Guide
This is a course for officers who want to become Top Command personnel. The Command Course teaches skills important for holding positions of responsibility and authority over other officers. Students will also learn about command procedures and protocols within UCIP.

Requirements:

  • Executive Officer Training
Restricted To:
  • Cmdr/LtCol/GSgt/CWO1 OR
  • LtCmdr/Maj/CPO/SSgt/CWO2 with a CO's Letter of Recommendation BUT
  • Open for all XO's and CO's, with a supporting letter from the Starfleet Commander
Commodore Shala Natai(academy)
Captain Konuha

Flag Officer Training



Guide
This course provides knowledge and insite into simming as a Flag Officer. Flag Officer simming is not quite the same as simming as a ships officer and requires somewhat different skills. The course also describes what flag Officers are in terms of position and rank.

Requirements:

  • Command Officer Training OR
  • A Flag Rank of Commodore - Fleet Admiral
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