This five (5) Day course meets the requirements of NAVSEA standard item 009-73 and MIL-STD-2003-5A. 009-73 paragraph 4.5.1 Connector fabricator qualification requirement is the successful completion of the formal training course (32 hours) plus successful completion of 40 hours of on-the-job training under the tutelage of a qualified connector fabricator or a qualified fabrication supervisor in the type of connector to be fabricated, either electrical or electronic.
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Our course meets the requirement stated above plus provides 8 hours of specialized training on low voltage and data connectors commonly used on naval ships and submarines has been developed with strict adherence to the requirements identified in the applicable document listed above. Once the trainee completes the 40-hour course they will be “qualified” on all connectors listed in the MILSTD-2003-5A. The technician will receive a card stating they are qualified (8 hours are applied to the 40 hours of mandated OJT during the course). Once the technician obtains 32 additional documented hours of OJT the company/organization will submit to KITCO™ proof of those hours and the technician will now be recognized as a “Fully Qualified Connector Fabricator” and receive their certification card. KITCO also offers a 32 hour OJT training course that can be scheduled upon completion of the Multi-Pin Connector course.
The following connectors make up the content for the NAVSEA qualification requirements:
a. MIL-C-81511 Series 1 and 2 Gang Contact Release Connector Assembly
b. MIL-DTL-5015 Connectors
c. MIL-DTL-26482 Connectors
d. MIL-DTL-28840 Connectors
d. MIL-DTL-27599 Connectors
d. MIL-DTL-22992 Connectors
d. MIL-DTL-38999 Connectors
d. RJ-45 Connectors
This is mandatory training for any person that currently is or has the potential to perform Navy Shipboard multi-pin connector installations. These personnel include (but are not limited to) supervisors, QA inspectors, installers/technicians employed by: Ship Builders, SUPSHIP, and Government/Contracted Installation/Repair Teams, AIT’s, Ship/Planning Yards, OSR’s, RMC’s, FMA’s, ISEA’S and Industrial Activities.