CMEO Ashore Part I – SAMM Planning


Date(s):2020/09/01 to 2020/09/02
Time:8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Online Only

This course is available online only. Please complete the registration below. Further instructions will be provided via email after your registration is approved and prior to the course start date.


The target audience for this course is MSC ashore personnel (e.g. Principal Port Engineer, Assistant Port Engineer, Ashore Analysts, & N10 personnel) who have not taken this course within the past 5 years and need to refresh their proficiency in SAMM. This course is also appropriate for new-hire N7 personnel who need to attain proficiency in SAMM.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command course
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets course
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON course
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals course
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals course
  • Maintenance Availability Planning and Management, Drydocking, and Logistics

This course introduces participants to the MSC Shipboard Automated Maintenance Management (SAMM) program maintenance management modules that are used for planning maintenance availabilities. This course consists of the following modules:

  • SAMM Introduction
    • Dashboards
    • Virtual Technical Library (VTL)
    • Training Module
  • SAMM Availabilities Part I
  • SAMM Availabilities Part II
  • SAMM Machinery History & PM Compliance
  • SAMM PMIA (PM Industrial Assist)
  • SAMM Policies Matrix
  • SAMM Task Manager
  • SAMM Voyage Repair Request (VRR)
  • Assessment
  • Work Item Historical
  • Work Item Library

Syllabus CMEO Ashore Part I

Registration Form

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