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To support your'Waypoints' journey, visit the Waypoints Knowledge Hub. (CAC Enabled) At the Waypoints Knowledge Hub you can
familiarize yourself with resources such as the Waypoints User Guide or view upcoming and previously recorded training sessions.
Additionally, you can connect with your local civilian training advocate to solve Workforce Development-related issues.  Should you
encounter a technical issue with the'Waypoints' platform, you may submit an STS ticket through the Waypoints Knowledge Hub.
Check the Waypoints Knowledge Hub often for new training opportunities, resources, and announcements.
Career Compass Overview
Career Compass is NAVFAC's career development program for all civilian employees. With Career Compass, all NAVFAC civilian employees have the chance to improve their skills and abilities, so they can:
  • Proactively plan their NAVFAC careers, grow their abilities, and seek out new opportunities
  • See the connection between their work and NAVFAC’s purpose
  • Be better teammates, ensuring their performance enables NAVFAC to accomplish its mission
  • Make meaningful contributions which align with and directly impact the warfighter mission

Steps to Participating in Career Compass

Ready to get started? There are four steps to participating in the Career Compass program, starting with the Employee Competency Assessment (ECA) and Individual Development Plan (IDP). Once you're ready, check out the Career Compass Resource Center (CCRC) for more tools and information to plan your career and develop your skills.



Community Management Framework

We've made it easy for you to establish your goals at NAVFAC. It starts with the Community Management Framework (CMF), a collection of resources you can use to formulate your career development path.

Workforce Development Continuum

The Civilian Workforce Development Continuum (CMF Section Two) is used to identify which non-technical competencies an employee can consider as they plan for career development opportunities.

70/20/10 Model

The 70/20/10 Learning and Development Model (CMF Section One) helps employees identify a diverse set of career development opportunities.
  • Outlines how different learning approaches should be leveraged, such as on-the-job training, stretch assignments, mentoring, and rotation assignments to optimize career development.

  • Provides a greater number of learning opportunities for employees and encourages a culture of continuous learning.

  • Does not suggest an exact formula, and is not meant to minimize the importance of formal training

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