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2016present

Sports/Fitness/Aquatics SME

Kellog Brown & Root (KBR) Djibouti BOSS project, Djibouti Africa

 MWR Sports/Fitness/Aquatics

20142016

MWR Entertainment Director

Morale, Welfare and Reecreation U.S. Navy

Logistics and oversight of all Entertainment accepted by Community events. Suport of all Navy Entertainment and Armed Forces Entertainment.

Jan 2008Present

Owner/Trainer/Fitness Consultant

Achievement of Perfect Balance Fitness

Achievement of Perfect Balance Fitness (APB)  (Owner&Master Trainer)

Christian Cross Fit

APB fitness is a company I started in partenership with a fitness associate.  Together we provide:

Personal Training

Group Training (Core/Bosu/Spin/TRX/Crossfit

Power and Relaxation Yogafit Training (Children/Adult/Senior/Prenatal)

Self Defense

Aquatic Training (Advanced/Rehab/Yoga/Aerobic)

We offer these classes in an ala carte fashion allowing us hand tailor a workout program that will provide the best results for the client.

Current certifications-

ISSA Master Trainer

ACE -Personal Trainer

AFAA -Personal/Aerobics and group Fitness

The Cooper's Institute- Nutrition Counseling

YogaFit -Level 1&2/Prenatal/Seniors

Marine Academic Center of Excellance- 2nd degree Black Belt Instructor

USMC Tecom- Marine Combat Instructor Trainer of water Survival

 American Red Cross- Lifeguard/CPR/AED/O2 admin/Disease Transmission

* All certifications are through  ISSA (International Sports Science Association) ACE (American Councel on Exercise), AFAA (Aerobic and Fitness Association of America), The Cooper Intitute, YogaFit, and American Red Cross

Oct 1998Apr 2014

Aviation Ground Support Electronics Instructor

United States Marine Corps

 Aviation Ground Support Equipment electronics instructor

Master Training Specialist/ Phase Supervisor

2nd Degree Marine Corps Martial Arts Instructor

Marine Combat Instructor Trainer of Water Survival

Education

Jan 2011Present

Master of Science

University of Arkansas

The Operations Management (OM) program focuses on the effective management of the resources and processes that produce and deliver the goods and services for any business or organization. The University of Alabama Operations Management program emphasizes the application of quantitative analysis to the design and management of business operations. Undergraduate Operations Management students may also choose to specialize in either supply chain management or production management.

Oct 1998Present

Certificate

Marine Corps Institute

NAME: HEWITT, NICHOLAS A

COURSES COMPLETED

COUNSELING FOR MARINES

SPELLING

PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

BASIC NUTRITION

MARINE ELECTRICIAN

PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION FOR THE MARINE NCO

THE MARINE RIFLEMAN: COMBAT SKILLS

NBC INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL MEASURES

RECONNAISSANCE MARINE

BASIC GRAMMAR

LEADERSHIP

MILITARY STUDIES

TRAINING

WEAPONS

SERGEANTS DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM

BATTLE SKILLS

CONSTRUCTION PRINT READING

AVIATION QUALITY ASSURANCE SUPERVISOR

FUNDAMENTALS OF MARINE CORPS LEADERSHIP

REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER PURIFICATION UNIT

INTERIOR WIRING

METAL WORKING AND WELDING OPERATIONS

SOLID STATE DEVICES

FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL LOGIC

AVIATION MAINTENANCE WORKCENTER SUPERVISOR

FUNDAMENTALS OF REFRIGERATION

INTELLIGENCE BRIEF: SOUTHWEST ASIA

BASIC GRAMMAR

MILITARY STUDIES

INTRODUCTION TO WARFIGHTING

WARFIGHTING TACTICS

WARFIGHTING TECHNIQUES

WEAPONS

SERGEANTS DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM

LEADERSHIP

CORRECTIONS SUPERVISOR

AUTOMOTIVE POWER TRAINS

AUTOMOTIVE FUEL AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS

OPERATIONS AGAINST GUERRILLA UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO COMBAT INTELLIGENCE

INTRODUCTION TO TEST EQUIPMENT

INFANTRY PATROLLING

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER

THEORY AND CONSTRUCTION OF TURBINE ENGINE

TERRORISM AWARENESS FOR MARINES

MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN TERRAIN

THE M240G MACHINEGUNNER

SNCO CAREER DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM

TACTICAL COMMUNICATION

PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION

MILITARY JUSTICE

LEADERSHIP

MILITARY TRAINING

DRILLS, CEREMONIES, UNIFORM REGULATIONS, AND INSPECTIONS

MARINE CORPS HISTORY AND TRADITIONS

OPERATIONS

LANDMINE WARFARE

AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

CORRECTIONS

PUNCTUATION

MILITARY POLICE INTERVIEW/INTERROGATION FORMS

THE M252 81MM MORTAR CREWMAN

FIELD BUDGET FORMULATION

NUCLEAR BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL RECONNAISSANCE AND CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE

81MM MORTAR NCO

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER: COMBAT LEADERSHIP

BASIC FORWARD OBSERVATION PROCEDURES

THE LAV CREWMAN

DESERT OPERATIONS

THE TOW 2 WEAPON SYSTEM CREWMAN

INSPECTION AND REPAIR OF THE M9 PISTOL

GROUND MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES FOR SUPERVISORS

ANTIARMOR OPERATIONS

OPERATIONS OF THE UPGUNNED WEAPONS STATION

TANK GUNNERY/DIRECT FIRE PROCEDURES(MIAI)

HF/UHF FIELD RADIO EQUIPMENT

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER: WEAPONS AND FIRE SUPPORT

FIELD ARTILLERY SURVEY

ANTENNA CONSTRUCTION AND PROPAGATION OF RADIO WAVES

LAND NAVIGATION

BASIC SHOP FUNDAMENTALS FOR THE MECHANIC

FUNDAMENTALS OF DIESEL ENGINES

INTRO TO MARINE CORPS ACCOUNTING

BASIC ENGINEER: COMBAT OPERATIONS

THE HEAVY MACHINEGUN CREWMAN

THE UNIT MAILCLERK

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER: SQUAD TACTICS

THE MARINE RIFLEMAN: WEAPONS

THE LOGISTICS/EMBARKATION SPECIALIST

THE MARINE CORPS PUBLICATIONS AND DIRECTIVES SYSTEM

DISPATCHING PROCEDURES FOR MOTOR TRANSPORT

ORDER WRITING CLERK

CORRESPONDENCE PROCEDURES

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION CLERK

INTRODUCTION TO AMPHIBIOUS EMBARKATION

HOWITZER SECTION CHIEF

LANDING SUPPORT SPECIALIST

THE M198 155MM TOWED HOWITZER

UTILITIES OFFICER/CHIEF

ENGINEER EQUIPMENT CHIEF

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN CREWMAN FUNCTIONS

THE AAVP7A1 LOGBOOK AND COMMUNICATIONS

INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC WARFARE

SINGLE CHANNEL GROUND AIRBORNE RADIO SYSTEM

COMMUNICATIONS PLANS AND ORDERS

Contingency Contracting

INCIDENTAL MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR

AVIATION MAINTENANCE WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR

SEMPER FIT BASIC FITNESS COURSE

FOOD SERVICE FUNDAMENTAL

MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR: NCO

STABILITY AND SUPPORT OPERATIONS

AAV/RamRS CREW FUNCTIONS

CAREER RETENTION SPECIALIST

TACTICAL MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS

MIMMS (AIS)

ENGINEER ESTIMATIONS

TROUBLESHOOTING THE M998 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

JAVELIN WEAPON SYSTEM CREWMAN

Military Justice and the Law of War

Warfighting Techniques

Combat Techniques

Combined Arms

SCOUTING AND PATROLLING

STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS ADVANCED DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM

MILITARY STUDIES

FIELD WIRE EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES

COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY

FIELD OPERATION AND EMPLOYMENT OF THE ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN VEHICLE

LEADING MARINES

SEMPER FIT ADVANCE FITNESS COURSE

Field Switchboards Installation and Operation

M1A1 ARMAMENT AND AMMUNITION

Dec 2009Dec 2011

Bachelor of Science

Southern Illinois University of Carbondale

Workforce education includes the development of clusters of knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors. These clusters include basic literacy and job-specific knowledge and skills. In addition, the clusters include broad knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors important to the success of workers in all jobs. Workforce education also addresses competency in learning how to learn and to reflect on one’s career is important to job success (Gordon & Morgan, 1995; Van der Linde, 2000).

The development of workforce education initiatives is grounded in five foundational areas. This custom text is organized around these areas 1) historical, ethical, and philosophical foundations; 2) labor and economic foundations; 3) sociological foundations; 4) psychological foundations; and 5) legislative foundations.

Historical, Ethical, Philosophical Foundations

Historical, ethical, and philosophical foundations include key events, rationale for behaviors, and ways of thinking that influenced the development of workforce education. Important history includes work requirements of the pre- and post- industrial revolution. The evolution of apprenticeships reflects a timeline for the development of skilled craftsman. In addition, it establishes the current diversity of apprenticeable occupations. Concurrent with these events was the evolution of high school vocational education and government employment and training programs. In addition, the passage of the GI Bill in 1944 provided educational funding for returning veterans and continues to shape the look at working America. The availability of funds targeted on worker preparation greatly influenced workforce education programs.

Ethics are principles or standards of human conduct. Societal norms or standards related to thought, action, and attitudes. Standards of human conduct at work are communicated formally and informally by employers. In addition, professional organizations maintain codes of ethics that reflect what its members believe to be the standards of performance. Thus, workforce education includes and is influenced by standards of human conduct.

Philosophy is the analysis of the fundamental ways of thinking about the world. Four major schools of thought that have influenced the development and practice education are idealism, realism, pragmatism, and existentialism. In addition, other influences on education are Eastern and Native American cultures. A philosophical viewpoint becomes a filter that affects actions of its followers.

Feb 2004Mar 2006

1070N- Electrician Mechanic (any industry)

United States Military Apprenticeship Program
This 8000hr apprenticeship certificate is issued by the Department of Labor along with issuing a Journeyman's card in the field of Electrician Mechanics (any indusrty)

The following are the areas of concentration:

SCHEMATICS, INSTRUCTIONS, AND MANUALS

Read and interpret schematics, layouts, circuit diagrams, data flow charts, maintenance and service instruction, manuals, and handbooks; prepare sketches, schematics, and specifications.  1000hrs

 B TROUBLESHOOT, MAINTAIN, AND REPAIR

Troubleshoot, maintain, and repair electronics equipment and systems: Test for short circuits, grounds, and continuity of interconnecting cables; install and evaluate computer programs; perform waveform analysis; perform phase, balance, and read back adjustments to servo-amplifiers; perform modifications to avionics equipment; troubleshoot and repair radar and tactical displays, radar altimeters, DOPPLER navigation equipment, radio navigation equipment, digital data systems, analog computing devices, communicating systems, infrared devices, recorder systems, pressurized avionics equipment; identify, isolate, and control electrical noise. 1500 hrs

 C CONDUCT MAINTENANCE PLANNING AND QUALITY ASSURANCE

Prepare schedules of preventive maintenance; perform quality assurance inspections; maintain a visual information display system. 500 hrs

D CONDUCT CORROSION CONTROL AND MATERIAL PRESERVATION

Inspect for corrosion; remove corrosion; apply corrosion preventive compound. 500hrs

E PERFORM ELECTRO/MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE

Replace and service air filters and desiccants; inspect and replace electrical circuit protective devices; inspect and maintain pressurized equipment; clean and lubricate avionics equipment; perform frequency decibel measurements; remove, install, align, and zero synchros; maintain chaff dispensing systems; observe safety precautions. 1500hrs

F PERFORM MECHANIC MAINTENANCE

Solder and splice electrical connections; secure and safety wire equipment and components. 500 hrs

G Administration

Administer and maintain shop technical library and tool control. 500hrs

 H MAINTAIN AND CALIBRATE TEST EQUIPMENT

Circuit analyzers, cathode ray oscilloscope, recording oscillograph, signal generators, frequency meters, decade resistors and condensers, and vacuum tube voltmeters. 500hrs

 I ISOLATE MALFUNCTIONS

Isolate malfunctions and make necessary repairs to receivers, transmitters, microwave oscillators and amplifiers, analog and digital computing devices, indicators and display devices, power supplies, synchronizers and timing devices, frequency and light sensitive devices, infrared devices, recording devices, and precision measuring equipment. 1000hrs

J COMPUTE REQUIRED WORKING RATINGS

Compute required working ratings for component parts, such as resistors, condensers, and coils in such specific circuit applications as power supplies, bypass filter networks, and amplifiers; calculate ripple voltage at output of power supply filter network using accepted procedures and standard formulas. 500hrs
Jan 2002Jan 2004

Residential Apprentice Electrician Cert

Technical College of the Lowcountry

RESIDENTIAL APPRENTICE ELECTRICIAN CERTIFICATE

Program Description:

Program Description:

The Residential Apprentice Electrician certificate program is designed by professional electricians to introduce students to the skills needed to become an apprentice electrician. Reading volts, amps, and resistance and how to calculate these forces are presented in hands-on labs under the guidance of certified instructors. Other skills and techniques of wiring a residential dwelling, installing, and troubleshooting are taught according to National Electrical Code standards. Students will learn to read construction prints, the language of the construction industry, and to estimate the quantities of materials needed to finish the job. These skills and on-the-job work experience, are the first steps toward becoming a licensed electrician.

Required Certificate Courses Lec Lab Cr BCT 112 Construction Print Reading,BCT 131 Estimating/Quantity Take Off, BCT 138 Residential Wiring, EEM 117 AC/DC Circuits I, EEM 140 National Electrical Code

Total Credits 16

Objective

 My motto is:

"So many people are waiting for one moment to shine, Its my conviction to bring the sun"

My objective is quite simple:

    I have been fortunate to have had awesome mentorship in and out of the Marine Corps.  I have found my calling as an instructor and take personal pride in helping people to accomplish fitness goals. 

    I am fortunate to have a job I love and wouldn't do it if it wasn't fun and challenging.  I am always seeking to add certifications and experience to my personal profile as well as utilize the fitness community to further my own practices.

    With my company, we plan on expanding and growing as big as we can and capitolizing on oppertunities to meet new people and explore more companies, thank you Cybex.

    Why simple, because as a Christian this is the path God has chose for me,  all I have to do is listen and apply his will in my life, which I am thankful enough just have been saved.....

Certifications

2nd Degree Black Belt Marine Corps Martial Arts Instructor

Marine Corps Martial Arts Center of Excellence

Aviation Maintenance Officer

Aviation Maintenance Officer School- NAS Whiting Field

Marine Combat Instructor Trainer of Water Survival

Combat Water Survival Swimming Schools (CWSSS), Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools
Nov 2010Present

Command Financial Specialist

Fleet and family Services (NAS Pensacola)
May 2008Present

Yoga Level 1&2/Seniors

YogaFit
Oct 2011Present

Master Training Specialist

United States Navy
Dec 2012Present

ISSA Master Trainer

International Sports Science Association
Feb 2000Present

Lifeguarding/CPR/AED Instructor

American Red Cross

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Department of Defense