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Does anyone know how are the correspondence courses credit hours annotated on the ERB - do we only get credit for completing full courses, or do we get credit for full courses and subcourses?

Also, I know for promotion boards, every five credit hours equals one promotion point. But, does the same rule applies when annotating the total credit hours on your ERB?

I have a total of 1,010 credit hours including both full courses and subcourses. But only 317 credit hours are from full courses. What should be annotated on my ERB - 1,010 or 317?

Lastly, my S1 rep tried to annotate 1,010 but it wouldn't let him. If I am maxed out, what's the maximum number he can annotate on my ERB?

If anyone knows where I can find this information in the regs, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you everyone!
 
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MILPER Message Number 11-084 Army Correspondence Courses for Promotion Points

Section 5, para F(2)(G)
ARMY CORRESPONDENCE COURSE COMPLETION OF TRAINING, DISTANCE LEARNING AND ARMY E-LEARNING
COURSES (NO SUB-COURSES). (ERB – SECTION VI)

Subcourses no longer count for promotion points, only full courses. This is why your S1 was unable to give you your total credit hours.


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The only sub-courses that can be annotated on your ERB is any and all Skillport courses. This is because they are all full courses in and of themselves. They're divided into sections so you can easily navigate the IT, MOS, etc. specific courses. Kind of like a library.




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