DAOD 5002-9, University Training Plan for Non-Commissioned Members – Regular Force
Table of Contents
Date of Issue: 2015-11-19
Application: This DAOD is an order that applies to officers and non-commissioned members (NCMs) of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), Regular Force (Reg F).
- CFAO 9-13, University Training Plan – Non-Commissioned Members
- CFAO 11-6, Commissioning and Promotion Policy – Officers – Regular Force:
- Annex A, paragraphs 6, 7 and 13;
- Annex B, sub-subparagraph 4.a.(2); and
- Annex B, Appendix 1, serial 5.
Approval Authority: Chief of Military Personnel (CMP)
- Director Personnel Generation Requirements (DPGR) (for policy);
- Director Military Careers Policy and Grievances (DMCPG) (for selection process); and
- Canadian Defence Academy (CDA)/Staff Officer, Basic Training List Management (SO BTL Mgt) (for personnel management).
2.1 The CAF provides rewarding career opportunities for NCMs that allow for progression along flexible career paths. The CAF recognizes that some NCMs possess the personal qualities and the potential to serve as officers and provides them with the opportunity to apply to undertake the military training and full-time subsidized studies required to attain a baccalaureate degree and to develop and progress in an officer military occupation.
2.2 The University Training Plan for Non-Commissioned Members (UTPNCM) is a Reg F officer production plan. It enables the CAF to maintain the optimal trained effective strength and production levels of officers in military occupations by providing selected Reg F NCMs with military training and full-time subsidized studies to attain a baccalaureate degree suitable for officer military occupations open to the UTPNCM.
2.3 The officer military occupations open to the UTPNCM are subject to officer production requirements, which are determined by the Annual Military Occupation Review (AMOR) process set out in CAF Military Personnel Instruction 01/08, Annual Military Occupation Review (AMOR).
2.4 The UTPNCM officer intake requirements are determined by the occupation authorities (OAs) and conveyed in the annual Strategic Intake Plan.
2.5 Under the UTPNCM, the baccalaureate degree is completed through full-time studies at:
- the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC);
- a Canadian university accredited by a provincial or territorial ministry or a federal government department;
- a Canadian college or other educational institution that has degree-granting authority accredited by a provincial or territorial ministry or a federal government department; or
- by exception, a university outside Canada that offers a baccalaureate degree programme that satisfies a specific service requirement.
Distance or Distributed Learning
2.6 A baccalaureate degree programme that is completed in whole or in part through distance or distributed learning may be authorized if:
- an OA has identified (e.g. on the entry standard for the officer military occupation) a suitable baccalaureate degree programme that satisfies a specific service requirement that must be completed through distance or distributed learning; or
- the following conditions are met:
- a UTPNCM applicant makes a compelling case for approval of distance or distributed learning based on their personal circumstances;
- the applicant has previously demonstrated the ability to successfully complete university level courses by distance or distributed learning; and
- the OA approves the specific baccalaureate degree programme.
2.7 A UTPNCM applicant must demonstrate in their UTPNCM application that the distance or distributed learning programme can be completed in the same amount of time as if attending on campus, while maintaining availability for summer training. The applicant must also identify in their UTPNCM application any obligatory on-campus portions of the academic programme that would require travel.
Period of Subsidized Studies
2.8 While in receipt of pay and allowances, a UTPNCM officer is only subsidized for that period of time required to complete an authorized baccalaureate degree programme. During this time, the UTPNCM officer must:
- be registered as a “full-time” student as defined by the educational institution attended; and
- follow the number of courses required in each semester, as set out in the curriculum for that course of study, to maintain full-time student status and progress normally to the next academic year.
2.9 A UTPNCM officer is normally limited to full-time subsidized studies for a period not to exceed four academic years. In exceptional cases, the Director General Military Careers (DGMC) may authorize a maximum period of five academic years.
Co-operative Baccalaureate Degree Programmes
2.10 A UTPNCM officer is not authorized to enrol in a co-operative baccalaureate degree programme that incorporates one or more work terms unless it is essential for their baccalaureate degree programme. If a work term is required, approval must first be obtained from the CDA/SO BTL Mgt prior to accepting the work term. The CDA/SO BTL Mgt must determine if a co-operative work placement is possible within the DND or the CAF. The UTPNCM officer must be fully aware that participation in a co-operative baccalaureate degree programme may delay their required officer military occupation training and career progression.
2.11 A UTPNCM officer must not accept, in addition to pay and allowances, either directly or indirectly, any pay, salary, bonus, gratuity or other payment in respect of a work term that is part of a co-operative baccalaureate degree programme. If any payment is accepted, the officer must provide CDA/SO BTL Mgt with a statement of the payment. The officer is liable, in accordance with QR&O article 208.45, Deductions for Recovery of Additional Payment Received in Performance of Duties, to a deduction from the officer’s pay and allowances equal to the amount of payment received in respect of the work placement.
Application to Educational Institutions
2.12 A UTPNCM applicant is responsible for obtaining acceptance into a baccalaureate degree programme that meets the requirements of the targeted officer military occupations as specified in the entry standards for the officer military occupation. Applying to more than one educational institution or baccalaureate degree programme may increase the applicant’s chances of obtaining acceptance into a baccalaureate degree programme. Any costs associated with applying to educational institutions are the responsibility of the applicant. Selection by the DGMC of the educational institution for full-time subsidized studies by the UTPNCM officer is based in part on the overall cost, including any requirement for a cost move and the time required to complete the baccalaureate degree programme at the educational institution.
2.13 A UTPNCM applicant who makes an application to attend the RMC:
- must also apply to a civilian educational institution in the event that the applicant is not selected to attend the RMC; and
- is not permitted to attend the RMC preparatory year because this year is considered equivalent to the final year of a high school leaving certificate and is not open to UTPNCM applicants.
2.14 A UTPNCM applicant who is selected and attends the RMC as an undergraduate:
- attend normal physical fitness and physical education classes during academic hours;
- meet the CAF minimum physical fitness standards;
- wear CAF orders of dress in accordance with the instructions of the Commandant (Cmdt) RMC;
- participate in drill periods until they reach a standard to permit them to take part in parades; and
- attend RMC second language classes during academic hours until they reach “B” levels in reading, writing and oral proficiency, in accordance with Public Service Commission testing;
- is not required to:
- participate in the RMC physical fitness test;
- attend parades on weekends except for those designated by the Cmdt as formal college parades, to a maximum of one per month; or
- participate in the recruit obstacle race; and
- participate in RMC representative teams on a voluntary basis; and
- compete for the same military, academic and athletic prizes and awards as Regular Officer Training Plan (ROTP) officer cadets, except where such prizes or awards are specified for ROTP or living-in cadets. The Cmdt may establish a separate programme of prizes and awards for UTPNCM officers.
3.1 The UTPNCM is a competitive application plan open to Reg F NCMs only.
Applicant Eligibility Criteria
3.2 The following table identifies the standards and requirements an applicant must meet to be eligible for the UTPNCM:
|An applicant must …||Amplification|
3.3 An applicant is also required to meet the following academic requirements to be eligible for the UTPNCM:
- have successfully completed a minimum of two full-credit baccalaureate level courses or equivalent during the ten-year period preceding the date of application;
Note – A full-credit course, e.g. six credit hours, is normally taken during the September-April academic period and extends through both fall and winter semesters. A course covering one semester, e.g. September-December or January-April, with the final examination in December or April, is normally a half-credit course, e.g. three credit hours.
- possess the academic prerequisites necessary to attain unconditional acceptance into an acceptable course of study leading to a baccalaureate degree suitable for the targeted officer military occupations;
- provide proof of application to an acceptable course of study for the targeted officer military occupations; and
- provide proof, if selected for the UTPNCM, of unconditional acceptance into an acceptable course of study.
Note – A letter of unconditional acceptance must identify the baccalaureate degree programme, educational institution, start date, advanced standing, if applicable, and projected graduation date.
Qualifying or Preparatory Period
3.4 If a qualifying or preparatory period is required prior to admission into a baccalaureate degree programme, the UTPNCM applicant must meet the criteria for the programme prior to 30 January of the competition year.
Assignment to Specialty Programme
3.5 Some educational institutions may require that all students commence studies in a general baccalaureate degree programme prior to being assigned to a specialty within that programme. If a UTPNCM officer in such a case subsequently fails to be assigned to the appropriate baccalaureate degree programme, an administrative review (AR) must be conducted in accordance with DAOD 5019-2, Administrative Review, to determine whether the officer may be retained in their current officer military occupation.
Submission of Final Marks
3.6 Academic courses in progress at the time of application are considered only if final marks are provided to the DGMC by 30 January of the competition year.
3.7 A UTPNCM applicant who has completed college courses designated by the college as university or baccalaureate level courses must obtain proof of equivalency in the form of a letter specifying the general acceptance of the transfer credits by an educational institution set out in paragraph 2.5. The applicant must provide proof of such equivalency to the DGMC by 30 January of the competition year.
Obligatory Service in Respect of Prior Subsidized Training and Education
3.8 A UTPNCM applicant who has previously been subsidized by the CAF for full-time studies other than for a baccalaureate degree, e.g. under the NCM Subsidized Training and Education Plan – Reg F, may apply for the UTPNCM if their obligatory service has been completed by the effective date of transfer.
3.9 The following table outlines the selection process:
|Step||Who does it?||Action|
|1||Determination of UTPNCM intake requirements||
|3||Eligibility and suitability assessment||
|6||Acceptance or refusal||
Role of the CO in the Selection Process
3.10 The CO has an important role in the selection process. The CO evaluates the officer potential of each applicant and makes a recommendation to assist in determining officer potential. The recommendation should include substantive comments on the demonstrated officer-like qualities and potential of the applicant to perform as an officer. In the absence of substantive comments from the CO, it may be assumed that the applicant has relatively low potential for service as an officer compared to other applicants whose potential is well substantiated.
Right to Apply
3.11 A Reg F NCM who meets all the eligibility requirements set out in paragraphs 3.2 and 3.3 has the right to submit an application for the UTPNCM. If the CO or the PSO does not support the application, this should be clearly stated in the recommendation. However, the application of a Reg F NCM who meets the eligibility requirements must be forwarded to the DGMC unless withdrawn by the applicant.
Distinctive Environmental Uniform (DEU)
3.12 The DEU of a UTPNCM officer is confirmed upon selection for the UTPNCM. The officer normally retains the DEU of their former military occupation. If that uniform is not permitted within the targeted officer military occupation, a new DEU that matches the identity of the newly assigned officer military occupation (see A-DH-265-000/G-001, Canadian Forces Dress Instructions) must be issued prior to the start of any academic or military training.
Personnel Records Management
3.13 An applicant who is appointed as an officer cadet/naval cadet under the UTPNCM must have the designation “UTPNCM” entered under the commissioning plan field (Comm Plan) for purposes of the Human Resources Management System.
Rank and Promotion
4.1 An applicant who has accepted a UTPNCM offer is normally not eligible for further promotion in their NCM military occupation.
4.2 To be eligible for any promotion, a UTPNCM officer must meet the conditions and standards specified in:
- CFAO 11-6, Commissioning and Promotion Policy – Officers – Regular Force; and
- CANFORGEN 087/06, New DAODs on Universality of Service, Minimum Operational Standards Related to Universality of Service, and CF Physical Fitness Program.
4.3 A selected applicant is appointed to the substantive rank of officer cadet/naval cadet and transferred to the new officer military occupation prior to the start of any academic or military training for the new officer military occupation, and prior to being posted if a posting is required in order to attend the educational institution.
4.4 The rank of officer cadet/naval cadet is held until the date that the BMOQ is attained or an equivalency is granted and the baccalaureate degree is attained, upon which the UTPNCM officer becomes eligible for promotion to the substantive rank of second lieutenant/acting sub-lieutenant. The simultaneous promotion to the higher substantive rank of lieutenant/sub-lieutenant occurs if the former substantive rank of a UTPNCM officer immediately prior to accepting an offer under the UTPNCM was sergeant/petty officer second class or higher. Simultaneous promotion to the substantive rank of lieutenant/sub-lieutenant also occurs for a UTPNCM officer in an officer military occupation for which obtaining the baccalaureate degree satisfies the requirements for promotion to that rank, as stated in the officer military occupation specifications.
4.5 If a selected applicant has completed the equivalent of the BMOQ, a request for a prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR) must be submitted to the CDA by the applicant’s unit in order for the applicant to receive the qualification.
4.6 Eligibility for promotion to higher ranks occurs in accordance with officer military occupation specifications and CFAO 11-6.
Effective Date of Promotion
4.7 The effective date of promotion and seniority is based on the last semester attended prior to completion of the baccalaureate degree, i.e. fall (15 December) or spring (1 May).
4.8 A UTPNCM officer in the final semester of study who has not completed all academic requirements is eligible for promotion to the substantive rank of second lieutenant/ acting sub-lieutenant effective:
- the date that is provided in paragraph 4.7 in the case of the successful writing of any supplemental examinations; or
- the date that all academic requirements for graduation are successfully completed in the case of further required courses taken during a spring or summer semester.
4.9 A UTPNCM officer is subject to the provisions of DAOD 5049-1 and therefore an applicant who accepts an offer under the UTPNCM must sign Form DND 2830-E, Statement of Understanding (Obligatory Service on Receipt of Subsidized Education or Training).
Voluntary Withdrawal from Academic Training
4.10 A UTPNCM officer may submit a request in writing to the CDA/SO BTL Mgt to voluntarily withdraw from full-time subsidized studies under the UTPNCM. If the officer is attending RMC, the request must be submitted through the Cmdt RMC. The officer must continue their approved course of study until authorized to cease by the CDA/SO BTL Mgt. Cessation of full-time subsidized studies without such authorization results in an AR in accordance with DAOD 5019-2. The officer may apply to withdraw from the UTPNCM and apply for:
- continued military training, on an exceptional basis, under the Continuing Education Officer Training Plan (CEOTP), as set out in DAOD 5002-6, Continuing Education Officer Training Plan – Regular Force;
- relinquishment of their officer rank in accordance with QR&O article 11.12, Relinquishment of Rank, and subsequent service as an NCM; or
- release, subject to paragraphs 4.12 and 4.13 of this DAOD.
Note – Continued training by the officer under the CEOTP or return to service as an NCM is subject to service requirements.
4.11 A request by a UTPNCM officer for transfer to full-time service under the CEOTP or for relinquishment of their officer rank and return to service as an NCM must be reviewed by the CDA/SO BTL Mgt or the Cmdt RMC, as applicable, and a recommendation, including a PSO recommendation, must be forwarded to the DGMC for decision.
4.12 QR&O article 15.07, Voluntary Release After Subsidized Education or Training, limits the voluntary release of a UTPNCM officer.
4.13 Any request by a UTPNCM officer for voluntary release is subject to the following:
|If …||then …|
|the officer is in the final year of a course of study and is qualified to be promoted to second lieutenant/acting sub-lieutenant,||
|costs are to be repaid subsequent to release,||
|the officer is unable or unwilling to repay the costs involved,||
4.14 A UTPNCM officer who requests a transfer to the Reserve Force during or after full-time subsidized studies is subject to the same restrictions as if the officer had requested a voluntary release.
Military Occupation Transfer
4.15 A request by a UTPNCM officer for a voluntary military occupation transfer is normally not approved. A military occupation transfer may be required if there is:
- a change in the UTPNCM officer's medical category;
- unsatisfactory academic progress; or
- a military training failure.
4.16 If a military occupation transfer is required, it is conducted in accordance with CFAO 10-1, Officer Transfer – Military Occupation Regular Force.
Academic and Military Standards
5.1 A UTPNCM officer:
- remains subject to military law, including the Code of Service Discipline, at all times;
- must continue to meet the medical standards specified in A-MD-154-000/FP-000;
- must meet the minimum physical fitness standard specified in DAOD 5023-2, Physical Fitness Program;
- must maintain satisfactory academic and military standards to be eligible for retention under the UTPNCM;
- must advance to the next academic year without being placed on academic probation or conditional standing; and
- is subject to the applicable rules of their educational institution.
5.2 A UTPNCM officer must not alter their academic course of study without the permission of the CDA/SO BTL Mgt or the Cmdt RMC, as applicable.
5.3 A UTPNCM officer who is attending a civilian educational institution must immediately inform their university liaison officer (ULO) and the CDA/SO BTL Mgt of any academic failure or if placed on academic probation or conditional standing.
5.4 The Cmdt RMC must forward final and supplemental examination results to the CDA/SO BTL Mgt for all UTPNCM officers attending the RMC.
5.5 A ULO must advise the CDA/SO BTL Mgt if the ULO considers that a UTPNCM officer is not making sufficient progress to warrant the continuation of education at public expense.
Failure to Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress
5.6 If a UTPNCM officer fails to maintain satisfactory academic progress due to academic failure, or is placed on academic probation or conditional standing and is unable to correct their shortcomings such that the probation or conditional standing is removed without penalty, the CDA/SO BTL Mgt or the Cmdt RMC, as applicable, may allow a change to another baccalaureate degree programme if acceptable for the military occupation of the officer, taking into consideration the aptitudes and interests of the officer.
5.7 If a change of baccalaureate degree programme is not possible, not appropriate in the circumstances or results in a baccalaureate degree programme that is unacceptable for the original officer military occupation, the CDA/SO BTL Mgt or the Cmdt RMC, as applicable, must recommend:
- transfer of the officer to another officer military occupation to meet service requirements;
- relinquishment of the officer’s rank and subsequent service as an NCM; or
- release of the officer.
5.8 In the event of the failure of an academic semester by a UTPNCM officer attending the RMC or a civilian educational institution, the following action must be taken:
|If …||then …|
the officer has not previously failed an academic semester since selection for the UTPNCM and:
|the failure is due to a temporary medical condition or service requirement,||
|the officer does not apply, or is not authorized, to repeat the academic semester at their own expense, or has previously failed an academic semester,||
|there is no military requirement to justify retention or if the officer is not acceptable for further training or employment,||
5.9 If a UTPNCM officer is authorized to repeat an academic semester at their own expense, a forfeiture of pay, allowances and the other financial benefits described in paragraph 6.7 is imposed under QR&O paragraph 203.20(2), Regular Force – Limitation of Payments, unless the UTPNCM officer is doing so for medical or service reasons as approved by the Minister. The officer is considered to be serving on full-time duty during the semester and is therefore subject to the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act, which requires compulsory annuity contributions and deductions in respect of supplementary death benefits (the procedures for recovery are the same as though on leave without pay).
Note – For the purpose of this paragraph, the “academic semester” commences on the first day of classes and terminates on the date of completion of the final examination.
5.10 A UTPNCM officer who fails a course that has been subsidized under the UTPNCM must pay all costs for the repetition of that course at their own expense. If repetition of the course requires that the officer complete an additional academic semester, a forfeiture of pay, allowances and other financial benefits is imposed under QR&O paragraph 203.20(2) unless the UTPNCM officer is doing so for medical or service reasons as approved by the Minister.
5.11 A UTPNCM officer must undergo military training during summer training periods unless requirements of the academic degree programme conflict. Military training will normally not be delayed if a UTPNCM officer is deficient in academic credits and is required to take an extra course or courses to make up the deficiency.
5.12 An officer who has not previously attained the Primary Leadership Qualification must undertake the BMOQ, Part 2, following the first year of academic subsidization. The BMOQ must be successfully completed prior to starting the final year of full-time subsidized studies. During subsequent summers, the officer must undertake appropriate military occupation training as directed by the applicable training authority or designated training authority.
5.13 The following table outlines actions in the case of insufficient progress in military training:
|If …||then …|
|a UTPNCM officer fails to maintain satisfactory standards in any military phase of training,||
|sufficient improvement is not demonstrated by the officer,||
5.14 The report of failure to maintain satisfactory standards must include a recommendation for the UTPNCM officer to cease or repeat the training. The CDA/SO BTL Mgt or the Cmdt RMC, as applicable, must decide whether the officer should:
- repeat the training period;
- be transferred to another officer military occupation;
- relinquish their officer rank and serve full-time as an NCM; or
- be recommended for compulsory release from the CAF.
6.1 The CDA/SO BTL Mgt is responsible for career management matters for UTPNCM officers, except for those matters for UTPNCM officers attending the RMC for which the Cmdt RMC is responsible as set out in this DAOD. The Cmdt RMC is responsible for administrative matters for UTPNCM officers attending the RMC, and ULOs are responsible for administrative matters for UTPNCM officers attending civilian educational institutions.
6.2 During academic semesters, a UTPNCM officer attending a civilian educational institution is assigned to a university support unit.
6.3 A UTPNCM officer:
- is issued clothing and equipment as prescribed by National Defence Headquarters;
- is required, if attending RMC, to wear the dress ordered by the Cmdt RMC during the academic year; and
- is not required, if attending a civilian educational institution, to wear uniform except when required for military duties or when attending exercises, parades or social functions of a military nature. A UTPNCM officer is encouraged to wear uniform on other appropriate occasions.
Pay and Allowances
6.4 The pay and allowances of a UTPNCM officer are prescribed in CBI Chapter 204, Pay of Officers and Non-Commissioned Members, and Chapter 205, Allowances for Officers and Non-Commissioned Members, respectively.
6.5 While serving as an officer cadet, a UTPNCM officer receives their former NCM rate of pay in accordance with CBI 204.211, Pay – General Service Officers – Officer Entry Plans – Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet. Any increase in pay is limited to that which would have been received had the officer remained as an NCM in their former NCM rank and military occupation immediately prior to appointment as an officer cadet.
6.6 As a member of the Reg F, a UTPNCM officer is subject to compulsory pension and supplementary death benefit contributions under the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act (CFSA). Paid service under the terms of the UTPNCM counts as pensionable service. See the CFSA and its regulations as to pensionable service in respect of any period of leave without pay.
6.7 In accordance with CBI 210.80, Tuition Fees, Books and Instruments – Officers and Non-Commissioned Members of the Regular Force at Canadian Military Colleges, Universities, Academic Institutes or Courses not within the Canadian Forces, and the procedures set out in CFAO 210-13, Subsidized University Education – Tuition, Fees, Textbooks and Instruments, a UTPNCM officer is entitled, subject to paragraph 6.8, to have paid on their behalf or to have reimbursed at public expense for each academic year or any eligible portion in which the UTPNCM officer attends an educational institution under the UTPNCM:
- tuition and all essential fees at either RMC or a civilian educational institution; and
- the actual and reasonable costs of books and instruments.
6.8 A UTPNCM officer is not entitled to any payment or reimbursement under CBI 210.80 if the officer is repeating an academic semester at their own expense and a forfeiture has been imposed under QR&O paragraph 203.20(2) (see paragraph 5.9).
Supplemental Examinations – Fees and Travel
6.9 Fees for supplemental examinations are the responsibility of a UTPNCM officer and are not paid by the CAF.
6.10 If a UTPNCM officer is required to write a supplemental examination, the officer must be granted permission by the CO of the officer’s unit to write the examination. If the examination is to be at a location other than where the officer is training or on duty, the CO is authorized, with the approval of the CDA/SO BTL Mgt, to return the officer to the educational institution at public expense.
Scholarships, Bursaries and Other Monetary Awards
6.11 A UTPNCM officer may accept a scholarship, bursary or other monetary award that is not, by the terms of the award, to be used for any payment that is paid or reimbursed by the CAF, e.g. tuition, fees, books or instruments, and does not conflict with any applicable regulation or order. A UTPNCM officer is required to report any monetary award to the CDA/SO BTL Mgt, who must review the terms of the award to determine whether it may be retained by the officer in accordance with applicable regulations and orders.
6.12 A UTPNCM officer is granted leave in accordance with DAOD 5060-0, Leave, and A-PP-005-LVE/AG-001, Canadian Forces Leave Policy Manual.
Consequences of Non-Compliance
7.1 Non-compliance with this DAOD may have consequences for the CAF as an institution and for CAF members as individuals. Suspected non-compliance will be investigated. The nature and severity of the consequences resulting from actual non-compliance will be commensurate with the circumstances of the non-compliance.
Table of Responsibilities
8.1 The following table identifies the responsibilities associated with this DAOD:
|The …||is or are responsible for …|
|base and wing PSOs||
Acts, Regulations, Central Agency Policies and Policy DAOD
- Canadian Forces Superannuation Act
- QR&O article 11.12, Relinquishment of Rank
- QR&O article 15.01, Release of Officers and Non-Commissioned Members
- QR&O article 15.07, Voluntary Release After Subsidized Education or Training
- QR&O article 203.20, Regular Force – Limitation of Payments
- QR&O article 208.45, Deductions for Recovery of Additional Payment Received in Performance of Duties
- CBI Chapter 204, Pay of Officers and Non-Commissioned Members
- CBI Chapter 205, Allowances for Officers and Non-Commissioned Members
- CBI Chapter 210, Miscellaneous Entitlements and Grants
- DAOD 5002-0, Military Personnel Requirements and Production
- DAOD 5002-6, Continuing Education Officer Training Plan – Regular Force
- DAOD 5002-7, Non-Commissioned Member Subsidized Training and Education Plan – Regular Force
- DAOD 5019-2, Administrative Review
- DAOD 5019-4, Remedial Measures
- DAOD 5023-1, Minimum Operational Standards Related to Universality of Service
- DAOD 5023-2, Physical Fitness Program
- DAOD 5049-1, Obligatory Service
- DAOD 5060-0, Leave
- CFAO 9-70, Special Commissioning Plan
- CFAO 10-1, Officer Transfer – Military Occupation Regular Force
- CFAO 11-6, Commissioning and Promotion Policy – Officers – Regular Force
- CFAO 210-13, Subsidized University Education – Tuition, Fees, Textbooks and Instruments
- CANFORGEN 087/06, New DAODs on Universality of Service, Minimum Operational Standards Related to Universality of Service, and CF Physical Fitness Program
- A-DH-265-000/AG-001, Canadian Forces Dress Instructions
- A-MD-154-000/FP-000, Medical Standards for the Canadian Armed Forces
- A-PD-055-001/AG-001, Canadian Forces Military Employment Structure, Volume 1, General (available in paper copy only)
- A-PP-005-LVE/AG-001, Canadian Forces Leave Policy Manual
- ADM(HR-Mil) Instruction 05/05, The New CF Regular Force Terms of Service
- CAF Military Personnel Instruction 01/08, Annual Military Occupation Review (AMOR)
- CF Health Services Instruction 4000-21, Periodic and Other Health Assessments – Periods of Validity
- Form DND 2830-E, Statement of Understanding (Obligatory Service on Receipt of Subsidized Education or Training)
- DPGR intranet site
- DMCPG UTPNCM intranet site
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