SEAL Qualification Training ( SQT ) is a 26-week course that will take the student from the basic elementary level of Naval Special Warfare to a more advanced degree of tactical training. SQT is designed to provide students with the core tactical knowledge they will need to join a SEAL platoon.
The class will learn advanced weapons training, small unit tactics, land navigation, demolitions, cold weather training in Kodiak, Alaska, medical skills and maritime operations. Before graduating, students also attend Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape training and qualify in both static-line and freefall parachute operations.
Upon completing these requirements, trainees receive their SEAL Trident, designating them as Navy SEALs. They are subsequently assigned to a SEAL Team to begin preparing for their first deployment.
SEAL Qualification Training is designed to provide candidates with the core tactical knowledge they will need to join a SEAL platoon. Before graduation candidates attend survival, evasion, resistance and escape training. It is the intermediate skills course that prepares candidates for the advanced training they will receive once they arrive at a SEAL team.
Small unit tacticss
Cold weather training
Before graduating, candidates also attend SERE training:
SQT training will also qualify candidates in:
Static-line parachute operations
Freefall parachute operations ( (High Altitude-Low Opening “HALO” )
Freefall parachute operations ( High Altitude-High Opening “HAHO” )
Upon completing these requirements, trainees receive their SEAL Trident, designating them as Navy SEALs. They are subsequently assigned to a SEAL team to begin preparing for their first deployment.