Navy Spouse Orientation Course Goes Digital

From Commander, Navy Installations Command Public Affairs

Commander Navy Installations Command‘s (CNIC), Work and Family Life Department released an online training course for new Navy spouses called the New Spouse Orientation (NSO).

The course is designed to support new Navy spouses that may be geographically isolated or unable to attend this Fleet and Family Support Center workshop in person. Because the The NSO course is web-based, access to the instruction is available anytime.

The course provides information on benefits, support services, military culture and resources to help Navy spouses adapt to the military lifestyle.

According to Dede O’Rourke, CNIC Relocation Assistance Program Analyst, “the NSO course should be at the top of any new Navy spouse’s to do list.”

Click HERE for direct access to the course.

This web program is not a replacement for the Fleet and Family Support Center’s new spouse workshop, but provides access to those who cannot attend in person.

For more information on New Spouse Orientation, or to find your nearest office, contact the Fleet and Family Support Center.


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