Of course, not. This was only the initial step in the qualification procedure; no Skipper in his right mind would allow a newbie like me to run his/her helicopter operations based on a five-day course and a few launch-and-recovery runs in the sim. As they say, the past week's study has given me just enough knowledge to be dangerous. Very dangerous.
I have at least one more shoreside course to complete before I return to sea, and then I'll begin "under instruction (UI) training in the tower of whatever ship I am assigned to. This "OJT" under the tutelage of an experienced HCO will give me a greater understanding of my duties regarding flight operations and safety, so that when I do finally "solo" I'll be far more ready to assume my duties.
I have a lot to learn and un-learn, and perhaps a few ghosts to put behind me, before I can assume the Air Boss chair. But I'll get there.