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Career Program: Training, Capability, and Doctrine Warfighting
Developers
Career Program: 32

Occupational Series: 1750 Instructional Systems


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                           General Schedule                    General Schedule                    General Schedule

                           GS 7-9                              GS 11                               GS 12
Series Description



                           Location:                           Location:                           Location:


                           Army-wide installations             Army-wide installations             Army-wide installations



                           Positions:                          Positions:                          Positions:
                           Serve as 1701 during internship.
                           Upon graduation becomes 1750        TYPICAL KEY ASSIGNMENTS:            TYPICAL KEY ASSIGNMENTS:
                           GS 11
Key Assignments/Key
                           TYPICAL KEY ASSIGNMENTS:  Training Analyst                              Training Analyst
Billets
                           Training Analyst          Course Designer                               Course Designer
                           Course Designer/Developer Course Developer                               Course Developer
                           Test Developer            Evaluator                                     Evaluator
                           Evaluator                 Instructor                                    Instructor
                           Instructor
                           NOTE: Qualified applicants
                           may be hired into 1750
                           without entering the intern
                           program


                           Team Building                       Team Building                       Team Building
                           Influencing/Negotiating             Influencing/Negotiating             Influencing/Negotiating
                           Accountability                      Accountability                      Accountability
                           Decisiveness                        Decisiveness                        Decisiveness
                           Customer Service                    Customer Service                    Customer Service
                           Technical Credibility               Technical Credibility               Technical Credibility
                           Integrity/Honesty                   Human Captial                       Human Captial
                           Interpersonal Skills                Management                          Management
                           Continual Learning                  Leveraging Diversity                Leveraging Diversity
                           Resilience                          Conflict Management                 Conflict Management
                           Oral Communication                  Public Service Motivation           Public Service Motivation
                           Written Communication               Developing Others                   Developing Others



Leadership Competencies
                          Flexibility                      Integrity/Honesty                 Technology Management
                          Problem Solving                  Interpersonal Skills              Financial Management
                                                           Continual Learning                Creativity and Innovation
Leadership Competencies
                                                           Resilience                        Partnering
                                                           Oral Communication                Political Savvy
                                                           Written Communication             Integrity/Honesty
                                                           Flexibility                       Interpersonal Skills
                                                           Problem Solving                   Continual Learning
                                                                                             Resilience
                                                                                             Oral Communication
                                                                                             Written Communication
                                                                                             Flexibility
                                                                                             Problem Solving




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                          functional competencies   functional competencies   functional competencies
                          currently in PDM          currently in PDM          currently in PDM
Functional Competencies




                          1.Seek and make use of           1.Develop and implement           1.Develop and implement
                          feedback from others;            methods to distribute/share       methods to distribute/share
                          remain open to new ideas         knowledge throughout the          knowledge throughout the
                          and approaches.                  organization.                     organization.
                          •Realistically assess            2.Review and update               2.Review and update
                          strengths, weaknesses, and       Individual Development Plan       Individual Development Plan
                          impact on others                 (IDP) annually.                   (IDP) annually.
                          2.Invest time and energy in      3.Review and appraise             3.Review and appraise
                          self-development and             performance.                      performance.
                          growth; establish objectives     4.Develop insights,               4.Develop insights,
                          and goals; e.g. use              innovative solutions, and         innovative solutions, and
                          employee development             non-traditional approaches        non-traditional approaches
                          tools including Individual       to improve organizational         to improve organizational
                          Development Plan (IDP),          effectiveness.                    effectiveness.
                          development performance          5.Create an environment           5.Create an environment
                          feedback, and guidance.          that supports creativity and      that supports creativity and
                          3.Integrate the knowledge        innovation.                       innovation.
                          or skill learned in day-to-day   6.Design and implement            6.Design and implement
                          work.                            new or innovative                 new or innovative
                          •Continuously apply lessons      programs/processes.               programs/processes.
                          learned                          7.Initiate actions that involve   7.Initiate actions that involve
                          4.Seeks opportunities to use     risk to achieve a recognized      risk to achieve a recognized
                          innovative or creative           benefit or advantage.             benefit or advantage.
                          methods to accomplish
                          work.                            8.Demonstrate knowledge           8.Demonstrate knowledge
                          5.Understand general roles       of roles and responsibilities     of roles and responsibilities
                          and responsibilities of the      of the Army organizations,        of the Army organizations,
                          Army organization,               enterprises, missions, and        enterprises, missions, and
                          missions, and functions by       functions.                        functions.
                          demonstrating awareness of       9.Understand multiservice         9.Understand multiservice
                          critical Army initiatives and    and joint warfighting             and joint warfighting
                          key topics; e.g. Army Safety     requirements.                     requirements.
                          Program, information
                          assurance, anti-terrorism,
5.Understand general roles
and responsibilities of the
Army organization,
missions, and functions by
demonstrating awareness of     9.Understand multiservice         9.Understand multiservice
critical Army initiatives and  and joint warfighting             and joint warfighting
key topics; e.g. Army Safety   requirements.                     requirements.
Program, information           10.Apply change                   10.Apply change
assurance, anti-terrorism,     management principles,            management principles,
performance enhancement.       tools, and procedures.            tools, and procedures.
                               11.Work concurrently on           11.Work concurrently on
6.Adjust behavior and work related and/or conflicting            related and/or conflicting
methods in response to         priorities without losing         priorities without losing
change.                        focus or attention.               focus or attention.
7.Demonstrate belief in        12.Influence others to            12.Influence others to
abilities, ideas, and self-    believe in the spirit of public   believe in the spirit of public
worth and maintain a           service and in a                  service and in a
positive view of self, even    commitment to make a              commitment to make a
during difficult times.        meaningful contribution.          meaningful contribution.
8.Maintain a professional      13.Participate in the             13.Participate in the
demeanor in stressful and development of                         development of
difficult situations.          organization's long-term          organization's long-term
9.Provide input to             strategy by collecting and        strategy by collecting and
organization's long-term       validating lessons learned        validating lessons learned
strategy.                      and conducting analysis.          and conducting analysis.
10.Assist in the               14.Promote and actively           14.Promote and actively
development of Army            support the organization's        support the organization's
training doctrine and          vision.                           vision.
strategies.                    15.Attempt to resolve             15.Attempt to resolve
•Use tools that support the interpersonal and inter-             interpersonal and inter-
development of training        group conflict constructively.    group conflict constructively.
doctrine and strategy          16.Address and seek to            16.Address and seek to
•Conduct research that         resolve formal and informal       resolve formal and informal
supports the application of complaints from employees.           complaints from employees.
military doctrine and tactics,
techniques, and procedures 17.Understand how cultures            17.Understand how cultures
to training requirements       differ and how these              differ and how these
•Conduct research to           differences impact work           differences impact work
identify the laws and          behavior.                         behavior.
regulations governing          18.Create an environment in       18.Create an environment in
release and disclosure of      which individuals are equally     which individuals are equally
military training to           respected and recognized          respected and recognized
international customers        for their perspectives and        for their perspectives and
                               contributions.                    contributions.
11.Align personal vision with
organizational, functional,    19.Provide employment and         19.Provide employment and
and program goal and           development opportunities         development opportunities
objectives.                    to foster a diverse               to foster a diverse
12.Prevent conflict through workforce.                           workforce.
self-management                20.Promote fair and ethical       20.Promote fair and ethical
13.Take steps to resolve       practices in all                  practices in all
conflict situations.           organizational activities.        organizational activities.
14.Respect cultures and        21.Empower others by              21.Empower others by
values different from one's sharing power and authority.         sharing power and authority.
own
15.Demonstrate knowledge 22.Create an environment                22.Create an environment
of Army culture; e.g. How      that encourages and               that encourages and
the Army Runs, Military        rewards cooperation,              rewards cooperation,
courtesy, rank structure,      collective problem-solving,       collective problem-solving,
customs and traditions.        and participative decision-       and participative decision-
                               making.                           making.
                                22.Create an environment         22.Create an environment
                                that encourages and              that encourages and
                                rewards cooperation,             rewards cooperation,
                                collective problem-solving,      collective problem-solving,
                                and participative decision-      and participative decision-
16.Apply Army Values; e.g. making.                               making.
Loyalty, Duty, Respect,         23.Develop leadership in         23.Develop leadership in
Selfless Service, Honor,        others through motivating,       others through motivating,
Integrity, Personal Courage. coaching, mentoring, and            coaching, mentoring, and
                                rewarding.                       rewarding.
17.Inspire, motivate, and       24.Monitor projects and          24.Monitor projects and
guide others toward goal        activities and take corrective   activities and take corrective
accomplishment.                 actions when necessary.          actions when necessary.
18.Emphasizes cooperation
and a team approach to          25.Provide clear guidance        25.Provide clear guidance
work.                           for completion of tasks and      for completion of tasks and
19.Build trust and open         projects.                        projects.
communication among team 26.Model compliance with                26.Model compliance with
members and with                the laws, policies, and          the laws, policies, and
stakeholders.                   procedures.                      procedures.
20.Take responsibility for      27.Anticipate the needs of       27.Anticipate the needs of
work products, services,        customers, stakeholders,         customers, stakeholders,
and results.                    and partners.                    and partners.
•Ensure property                28.Integrate customer,           28.Integrate customer,
accountability                  stakeholder, and partner         stakeholder, and partner
•Complete projects              needs and expectations into      needs and expectations into
accurately and in a timely      the development and              the development and
manner                          delivery of services and         delivery of services and
21.Assist in the                products.                        products.
development of charters,        29.Use feedback systems to       29.Use feedback systems to
memoranda of                    meet customer                    meet customer
understanding/agreement or requirements and                      requirements and
other formal documentation expectations.                         expectations.
establishing relationships.     30.Act decisively on own         30.Act decisively on own
                                authority when timely action     authority when timely action
22.Comply with the laws,        is needed, even in uncertain     is needed, even in uncertain
policies, and procedures.       situations.                      situations.
•Army's Equal                   •Perceive the impact and         •Perceive the impact and
Opportunity/Sexual              implications of decisions        implications of decisions
Harassment policies             31.Benchmark other               31.Benchmark other
•All federal, state, local, and organizations to support         organizations to support
host national laws              problem solving.                 problem solving.
•Environmental protection       32.Identify opportunities for    32.Identify opportunities for
measures                        integration across Doctrine,     integration across Doctrine,
•Occupational Safety and        Organization, Training,          Organization, Training,
Health Administration           Materiel, Leader                 Materiel, Leader
(OSHA) rules/standards          Development, Personnel,          Development, Personnel,
•Comply with security           and Facilities (DOTMLPF)         and Facilities (DOTMLPF)
measures                        33.Develop technical             33.Develop technical
•Manage and protect             documents; (e.g. plans,          documents; (e.g. plans,
classified information          strategies, concepts,            strategies, concepts,
•Sexual assault policies        reports).                        reports).
•Mandatory Army training        •Field manuals                   •Field manuals
◦Subversion and Espionage •Pamphlets                             •Pamphlets
Directed Against the U.S        •Training circulars              •Training circulars
Army (SAEDA)                    •Tactics, Techniques, and        •Tactics, Techniques, and
◦Operations Security            Procedures (TTPs)                Procedures (TTPs)
(OPSEC)                         •STRAPS                          •STRAPS
◦Anti-terrorism, Prevention •Long and short range                •Long and short range
of Sexual Harassment            training plans                   training plans
(POSH)                          •Joint Capabilities              •Joint Capabilities
◦Equal Employment               Integration Development          Integration Development
Opportunity (EEO/EO)            Systems (JCIDS) outputs          Systems (JCIDS) outputs
◦Ethics, etc
                    Army (SAEDA)                   •Tactics, Techniques, and      •Tactics, Techniques, and
                    ◦Operations Security           Procedures (TTPs)              Procedures (TTPs)
                    (OPSEC)                        •STRAPS                        •STRAPS
                    ◦Anti-terrorism, Prevention    •Long and short range          •Long and short range
                    of Sexual Harassment           training plans                 training plans
                    (POSH)                         •Joint Capabilities            •Joint Capabilities
                    ◦Equal Employment              Integration Development        Integration Development
                    Opportunity (EEO/EO)           Systems (JCIDS) outputs        Systems (JCIDS) outputs
                    ◦Ethics, etc                   34.Develop JCIDS inputs.       34.Develop JCIDS inputs.
                    23.Effectively identify and    •Prepare requirements          •Prepare requirements
                    assess customer                documentation; (i.e. initial   documentation; (i.e. initial
                    requirements.                  capabilities document (ICD),   capabilities document (ICD),
                    24.Provide timely, flexible,   capability development         capability development
                    and responsive service to      document (CDD), capability     document (CDD), capability
Core Competencies   meet customer                  production document            production document
                    expectations.                  (CPD), etc.) and all           (CPD), etc.) and all
                    25.Exercise good judgment      supporting plans,              supporting plans,
                    by making timely, sound,       documents and materials        documents and materials
                    and well-informed decisions.   •Integrate joint training      •Integrate joint training
                                                   requirements into Army         requirements into Army
                    26.Recognize, define,          education and training.        education and training.
                    analyze problems and
                    issues, and obtains relevant   35.Understand the basic        35.Understand the basic
                    data.                          principles of Planning,        principles of Planning,
                    27.Obtain relevant data        Programming, Budgeting,        Programming, Budgeting,
                    before making a decision.      and Execution (PPBE)           and Execution (PPBE)
                    28.Develop alternative         process.                       process.
                    solutions and plans, and       36.Prepare and justify         36.Prepare and justify
                    make recommendations to        budget inputs for own          budget inputs for own
                    solve problems.                organization, projects, and    organization, projects, and
                    •Break down problems           activities.                    activities.
                    •See basic relationships       37.Participate in              37.Participate in
                    •Develop alternatives and      procurement of equipment,      procurement of equipment,
                    recommendations                facilities, supplies, or       facilities, supplies, or
                    •Make plans or analyses        services.                      services.
                    29.Use qualitative and         •Develop Performance           •Develop Performance
                    quantitative data and          Work Statements (PWS)          Work Statements (PWS)
                    analytical tools in problem    •Surveillance plans            •Surveillance plans
                    solving                        •Purchase request              •Purchase request
                    30.Demonstrate technical       documentation                  documentation
                    proficiency and currency in    •Track expenditures            •Track expenditures
                    Doctrine, Organization,        38.Take an active role in      38.Take an active role in
                    Training, Materiel, Leader     recruiting, training and       recruiting, training and
                    Development, Personnel,        developing staff.              developing staff.
                    and Facilities (DOTMLPF)       •Mentor                        •Mentor
                    areas of responsibility.       •Provide developmental         •Provide developmental
                    •Apply principles of:          assignments (cross-            assignments (cross-
                    ◦Systems Approach to           functional assignments, job    functional assignments, job
                    Training (SAT)                 rotations)                     rotations)
                    ◦Combat, Trainers, and         •Provide for mobility to new   •Provide for mobility to new
                    Doctrine Developers            roles and positions            roles and positions
                    Integration Course             •Employ sound personnel        •Employ sound personnel
                    (CTDDIC)                       management and                 management and
                    ◦Force Management Course       supervisory practices          supervisory practices
                                                   39.Communicate                 39.Communicate
                    31.Appropriately apply         performance expectations       performance expectations
                    procedures, requirements,      and assess employee            and assess employee
                    regulations, policies, and     performance:                   performance:
                    standards related to           •Give timely feedback          •Give timely feedback
                    specialized areas of           •Conduct formal                •Conduct formal
                    expertise.                     performance appraisals         performance appraisals
                                                   •Counsel and develop           •Counsel and develop
                                                   subordinates                   subordinates
31.Appropriately apply           performance expectations        performance expectations
procedures, requirements,        and assess employee             and assess employee
regulations, policies, and       performance:                    performance:
standards related to             •Give timely feedback           •Give timely feedback
specialized areas of             •Conduct formal                 •Conduct formal
expertise.                       performance appraisals          performance appraisals
32.Demonstrate awareness         •Counsel and develop            •Counsel and develop
of Joint Capabilities            subordinates                    subordinates
Integration Development          40.Recognize and reward         40.Recognize and reward
System (JCIDS).                  team members based on           team members based on
•Determine Army Joint            performance.                    performance.
education and training           41.Take timely and              41.Take timely and
requirements                     appropriate                     appropriate
33.Demonstrate awareness         corrective/disciplinary         corrective/disciplinary
of the cross functional          actions with employees.         actions with employees.
integration of Combat,           42.Consistently apply merit     42.Consistently apply merit
Doctrine, and Training           system principles, EEO          system principles, EEO
Development processes.           goals, and all applicable       goals, and all applicable
34.Assist in the                 personnel policies and          personnel policies and
development of operational       regulations.                    regulations.
architecture and standards       •Adhere to:                     •Adhere to:
for Army education and           ◦Labor Relations guidelines     ◦Labor Relations guidelines
training.                        ◦Employee Relations             ◦Employee Relations
Make effective and efficient     guidelines                      guidelines
use of available resources.      ◦Affirmative employment         ◦Affirmative employment
36.Develop cost estimates        43.Plan and execute             43.Plan and execute
for projects and activities.     organizational training and     organizational training and
37.Maintain an awareness         development.                    development.
of available resources and       44.Ensure staff members         44.Ensure staff members
the process for acquiring        are trained and capable in      are trained and capable in
needed resources.                new information technology.     new information technology.
38.Assist with activities that
support contracting and          45.Integrate information        45.Integrate information
acquisition processes.           technologies into the           technologies into the
39.Provide input to              workplace to improve            workplace to improve
performance standards,           organizational effectiveness.   organizational effectiveness.
evaluations, and IDPs.           46.Seek and evaluate new        46.Seek and evaluate new
40.Use technology or tools       technologies to improve         technologies to improve
appropriately to perform         mission accomplishment.         mission accomplishment.
work activities.                 47.Use power, authority,        47.Use power, authority,
•Protect passwords               and influence appropriately     and influence appropriately
•Protect information             to achieve goals.               to achieve goals.
•Comply with security IT         48.Use appropriate              48.Use appropriate
requirements                     influence to energize others.   influence to energize others.
•Access only appropriate         •Develop contacts to build      •Develop contacts to build
sites                            and strengthen internal and     and strengthen internal and
41.Effectively advocate          external support bases          external support bases
program/project goals and
objectives.                      49.Collaborate effectively      49.Collaborate effectively
42.Apply appropriate             with others to resolve          with others to resolve
negotiation approaches to        disagreements or conflicts      disagreements or conflicts
find mutually beneficial         in a positive and               in a positive and
solutions to problems and/or     constructive manner.            constructive manner.
conflicts.                       50.Provide appropriate          50.Provide appropriate
43.Contribute to a positive      feedback in a manner that       feedback in a manner that
team atmosphere and foster       reinforces or elicits           reinforces or elicits
cooperation, trust, and          desirable behavior.             desirable behavior.
group identity.                  51.Share ideas and              51.Share ideas and
44.Develop and maintain          rationale so that others        rationale so that others
effective working                understand positions and        understand positions and
relationships with others.       policies.                       policies.
                                                    51.Share ideas and             51.Share ideas and
                     44.Develop and maintain        rationale so that others       rationale so that others
                     effective working              understand positions and       understand positions and
                     relationships with others.     policies.                      policies.
                     45.Consider and respond        52.Develop and conduct         52.evelop and conduct
                     appropriately to the needs,    effective briefings.           effective briefings.
                     feelings, and capabilities of  53.Select appropriate          53.Select appropriate
                     others. Treat all individuals  communication media and        communication media and
                     with sensitivity and respect.  methods.                       methods.
                                                    •Adapt to virtual work         •Adapt to virtual work
                     46.Express ideas and facts environment                        environment
                     in a clear, organized, and     54.Communicate                 54.Communicate
                     convincing manner in a         expectations for success.      expectations for success.
                     style, tone, and level         55.Identify concerns of        55.Identify concerns of
                     appropriate to the audience stakeholders to find              stakeholders to find
                     and the occasion.              common ground across           common ground across
                     47.Actively listen to others interests.                       interests.
                     and show understanding of 56.Maintain current                 56.Maintain current
                     what they are saying.          awareness of internal and      awareness of internal and
                     •Encourage dialogue to         external politics and issues   external politics and issues
                     understand underlying          impacting the work of the      impacting the work of the
                     issues of hopes and fears      organization.                  organization.
                     48.Effectively build alliances
                     with key individuals or
                     groups at various levels.

                     49.Collaborate with a variety
                     of individuals and groups
                     across organizational
                     boundaries.
                     50.Express written facts and
                     ideas in a clear, convincing,
                     and organized manner
                     appropriate to the audience
                     and occasion.
                     •Prepare reports,
                     memorandi, information
                     papers, decision papers,
                     and e-mails
                     •Avoid jargon
                     •Spell out acronyms, as
                     needed
                     •Adopt command/leadership
                     writing style
                     •Compy with approved Army
                     writing styles

                     51.Review and critique the
                     writing of others in a
                     constructive and substantive
                     manner.

                     Foundation Course               Foundation Course             Foundation Course
                     Basic Course                    Basic Course                  Basic Course (Supervisor)

                     Action Officers                 Action Officers               Action Officers
                     Development Course              Development Course            Development Course
                     DOD Civ Emerging Leader         DOD Civ Emerging Leader       Supervisor Development
                     Program                         Program                       Course (New Supervisor)


Leader Development
                           DOD Civ Emerging Leader       DOD Civ Emerging Leader     Supervisor Development
                           Program                       Program                     Course (New Supervisor)
                           Supervisor Development        Supervisor Development      Intermediate Course
                           Course                        Course                      (Supervisor)
Leader Development
                                                                                     Manager Development
                                                                                     Course
                                                                                     DOD Executive Leadership
                                                                                     Dev Program
                                                                                     DOD Civ Emerging Leader
                                                                                     Program




                           None                          None                        Deployments
                                                                                     Developmental
Professional Development
                                                                                     Assignments

                           1750 GS 7-9                   1750 GS 11                  1750 GS 12

Occupational/Functional
Training


                           Bachelor's Degree.            Baccalaureate Degree with   Baccalaureate Degree with
                           Graduate studies in           emphasis on education or    emphasis on education or
                           education, education          education technology.       education technology.
Academic Training
                           technology or instructional   Continuing education is     Continuing education is
(Recommended)
                           system technology highly      suggested                   suggested
                           recommended.


Certifications

                           Locally Administered Newcomers Orientation
                           Antiterroism Training
                           Army Substance Abuse Program
                           Army Suicide Prevention Program
                           Combating Trafficking in Persons Program
                           Composite Risk Management
                           Information Assurance Training
                           Equal Opportunity Program
Mandatory Training
                           Ethics
                           OPSEC
                           Prevention of Sexual Harassment
                           SAEDA
                           Personally Identifiable Information Awareness Training
                           Mandatory Training For Army Civilians https://ile.atsc.army.mil/pdmPublic/pdm/civilian/row5-
                           Training as assigned


                                                                                       SELF DEVELOPMENT
                           OPM Qualifications for 1750
                           ACTEDS Training Catalog
                           Army e-Learning
Learning Resources
                           Army Training Information Architecture
Learning Resources
                           Army Distributed Learning System

                          AR 690-950 Civilain Personnel Career Management
                          Army Civilian Corps Handbook
                          Civilian Personnel Online
Career Guides/Regulations DA Pamphlet 690-400 Total Army Performance
                          DA Pamphlet 690-43 A Supervisor's Guide to Career Development and Counseling for Career
                          DA Pamphlet 690-46 Mentoring for Civilian members of the Force
                          DA Administrative Publications

                           Army Civilian Service http://www.armycivilianservice.com/
                           Civilian Human Resources Agency
Career Links
                           Army Benefits Center-Civilian https://www.abc.army.mil/




Professional               Association of the United States Army
Organizations/Journals     American Society of Training Developers

                                              http://www.a
                                              msc.belvoir.a
                                              rmy.mil/main/
                                              index.jsp
                                 Army Management Staff College

                                               http://www.armycivilianservi
                                                         ce.com/



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                                                ajobs.gov/



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ocation:                         Location:                           Location:                           Location:


my-wide installations            Army-wide installations



ositions:                        Positions:                          Positions:                          Positions:

PICAL KEY ASSIGNMENTS:           TYPICAL KEY ASSIGNMENTS:            NOTE: Upon reaching GS 14,
                                                                     1750 series employees become
aining Analyst                                                       1701 series
ourse Designer                   Deputy Director, Directorate
 ourse Developer                 of Training and Doctrine
                                 Deputy Director, Directorate
                                 of Evaluation and
                                 Standardization
                                 Chief, New Equipment
                                 Training Division
                                 Director, Intern Training
                                 Chief, Education Branch


 am Building                     Team Building
 luencing/Negotiating            Influencing/Negotiating
 countability                    Accountability
ecisiveness                      Decisiveness
ustomer Service                  Customer Service
 chnical Credibility             Technical Credibility
uman Captial                     Human Captial
anagement                        Management
 veraging Diversity              Leveraging Diversity
onflict Management               Conflict Management
ublic Service Motivation         Public Service Motivation
 veloping Others                 Developing Others
 chnology Management            Technology Management
nancial Management              Financial Management
 eativity and Innovation        Creativity and Innovation
artnering                       Partnering
olitical Savvy                  Political Savvy
 egrity/Honesty                 Integrity/Honesty
 erpersonal Skills              Interpersonal Skills
ontinual Learning               Continual Learning
esilience                       Resilience
 al Communication               Oral Communication
 ritten Communication           Written Communication
exibility                       Flexibility
 oblem Solving                  Problem Solving




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nctional competencies    functional competencies
 rrently in PDM          currently in PDM




Develop and implement      1.Create a lifelong learning
ethods to distribute/share environment
 owledge throughout the    2.Create an environment
ganization.                that encourages,
Review and update          recognizes, and rewards
dividual Development Plan  risk-taking, creativity, and
DP) annually.              innovation.
Review and appraise        3.Reinforce knowledge of
 rformance.                general roles and
Develop insights,          responsibilities of the Army
novative solutions, and    organization, missions, and
 n-traditional approaches  functions
 improve organizational    4.Support Joint,
 ectiveness.               Interagency, and
Create an environment      Multinational (JIM)
at supports creativity and operations.
novation.                  5.Adjust priorities based on
Design and implement       internal and external
 w or innovative           influences.
ograms/processes.          6.Create and foster a
                           culture that encourages a
 nitiate actions that involve
 k to achieve a recognized commitment to public
 nefit or advantage.       service.
                           7.Develop objectives and
Demonstrate knowledge set priorities consistent with
roles and responsibilities the organization's long-term
the Army organizations, strategies
terprises, missions, and 8.Adjust strategic policies
nctions.                   and plans in response to
Understand multiservice change, both internal and
d joint warfighting        external.
quirements.
                                 8.Adjust strategic policies
                                 and plans in response to
Understand multiservice          change, both internal and
 d joint warfighting             external.
quirements.                      9.Conduct holistic analysis
 .Apply change                   to support strategic planning
anagement principles,            and implementation.
ols, and procedures.             •Change management
 .Work concurrently on
 ated and/or conflicting         10.Act as a catalyst and
 orities without losing          champion of change.
cus or attention.                11.Initiate and support
 .Influence others to            strategies and programs to
 lieve in the spirit of public   manage organizational
 rvice and in a                  change and interpersonal
 mmitment to make a              conflict.
eaningful contribution.          12.Recognize barriers to
 .Participate in the             cultural understanding and
 velopment of                    develop strategies for
ganization's long-term           reducing bias
 ategy by collecting and         13.Create a culture that
 lidating lessons learned        fosters high standards of
 d conducting analysis.          ethics.
 .Promote and actively           14.Establish ethical
 pport the organization's        guidelines.
sion.                            •Conduct line of duty
 .Attempt to resolve             investigations
 erpersonal and inter-           15.Foster an environment
oup conflict constructively.     that facilitates a high
 .Address and seek to            performing work force and
solve formal and informal        models a high standard of
 mplaints from employees.        performance for others.
                                 16.Establish and exercise
 .Understand how cultures        management controls to
 fer and how these               ensure the integrity of the
 ferences impact work            organization's processes.
 havior.                         17.Identify how
 .Create an environment in       organizational or program
hich individuals are equally     results will be measured.
spected and recognized           18.Enforce compliance with
  their perspectives and         the laws, policies, and
 ntributions.                    procedures.
                                 •Recommend disciplinary
 .Provide employment and         actions/compliance with
 velopment opportunities         Uniform Code of Military
 foster a diverse                Justice
orkforce.                        19.Effectively manage a
 .Promote fair and ethical       system for customer
actices in all                   expectations and addresses
ganizational activities.         questions and concerns.
 .Empower others by
 aring power and authority. 20.Establish feedback
                            systems to meet customer
 .Create an environment requirements and
at encourages and           expectations.
wards cooperation,          21.Make effective decisions
 llective problem-solving, impacting the entire
 d participative decision- organization
aking.
.Create an environment
at encourages and
wards cooperation,
llective problem-solving,
d participative decision-
aking.                         22.Approve and market
.Develop leadership in         emerging opportunities.
hers through motivating,       •Develop strategies and
aching, mentoring, and         campaign plan
warding.                       23.Direct and monitor
.Monitor projects and          integration across Doctrine,
tivities and take corrective   Organization, Training,
tions when necessary.          Materiel, Leader
                               Development, Personnel
 .Provide clear guidance       and Facilities (DOTMLPF).
   completion of tasks and     24.Approve and integrate
ojects.                        developments across
 .Model compliance with        DOTMLPF.
e laws, policies, and          •Manage the Systems
ocedures.                      Approach to Training (SAT)
 .Anticipate the needs of      process
 stomers, stakeholders,        •Manage combat, doctrine,
 d partners.                   and training systems
 .Integrate customer,          •Develop and manage the
akeholder, and partner         combat, doctrine, and
 eds and expectations into     training workload
e development and              25.Review and approve
 livery of services and        Joint Capabilities Integration
oducts.                        Development System
 .Use feedback systems to      (JCIDS) documentation.
eet customer                   •Manage preparation of
quirements and                 requirements
 pectations.                   documentation; (i.e. initial
 .Act decisively on own        capability document (ICD),
 thority when timely action    capability development
 needed, even in uncertain     document (CDD), capability
 uations.                      production document
 erceive the impact and        (CPD), etc.) and all
 plications of decisions       supporting plans,
 .Benchmark other              documents, and materials
ganizations to support         •Ensure integration of joint
oblem solving.                 training requirements into
 .Identify opportunities for   Army education and training
 egration across Doctrine,
 ganization, Training,
ateriel, Leader                26.Identify and advocate for
evelopment, Personnel,         resources required to
 d Facilities (DOTMLPF)        accomplish the mission.
 .Develop technical            •Prepare/validate Program
 cuments; (e.g. plans,         Objective Memorandum
 ategies, concepts,            (POM) submission
ports).                        •Prioritize POM submissions
 eld manuals
 amphlets                      27.Execute budget to
raining circulars              ensure cost-effective
actics, Techniques, and        resource management.
ocedures (TTPs)                •Track and monitor budget
 TRAPS                         execution
ong and short range            28.Oversee procurement of
 ining plans                   equipment, facilities,
oint Capabilities              supplies, or services.
 egration Development
 stems (JCIDS) outputs
actics, Techniques, and
ocedures (TTPs)
TRAPS
ong and short range          28.Oversee procurement of
 ining plans                 equipment, facilities,
oint Capabilities            supplies, or services.
egration Development         29.Monitor and rate contract
 stems (JCIDS) outputs       performance
.Develop JCIDS inputs.       30.Ensure accountability for
repare requirements          employee development and
cumentation; (i.e. initial   performance improvement.
pabilities document (ICD),
pability development         Ensure application of
cument (CDD), capability     appropriate personnel
oduction document            management procedures for
PD), etc.) and all           military and civilians.
pporting plans,              •Document authorizations
cuments and materials        •Enforce:
 tegrate joint training      ◦Recruitment and filling
quirements into Army         procedures
ucation and training.        ◦Supervision and evaluation
                             policy and procedures
 .Understand the basic       32.Support programs and
 nciples of Planning,        activities that promote
ogramming, Budgeting,        employee well being and
 d Execution (PPBE)          balance.
ocess.                       33.Strategically integrate
 .Prepare and justify        and manage information
 dget inputs for own         technologies to improve
ganization, projects, and    organizational effectiveness.
tivities.                    •Plan and certify IT
 .Participate in             architectures and networks
ocurement of equipment,      •Comply with command
cilities, supplies, or       guidance for IT acquisition
rvices.                      •Determine the impact of
evelop Performance           technological changes on
ork Statements (PWS)         the organization
urveillance plans
urchase request              34.Approve and adopt new
 cumentation                 technologies to improve
rack expenditures            mission accomplishment
 .Take an active role in     35.Communicate the
cruiting, training and       organization's mission as it
 veloping staff.             relates to the Army's
 entor                       mission.
rovide developmental         •Communicate a vision for
signments (cross-            work units, translating broad
nctional assignments, job    organizational goals into
 ations)                     concrete objectives, plans,
rovide for mobility to new   priorities, and assignments
 es and positions
mploy sound personnel        36.Create synergy and
anagement and                enthusiasm to accomplish
pervisory practices          organizational mission
 .Communicate                37.Manage competition
 rformance expectations      between individuals or
 d assess employee           groups to eliminate barriers
 rformance:                  to building partnerships.
 ive timely feedback         38.Create an organizational
onduct formal                culture of partnering.
 rformance appraisals
ounsel and develop
bordinates
rformance expectations
d assess employee
rformance:
 ive timely feedback
onduct formal
rformance appraisals          39.Anticipate the internal
ounsel and develop            and external implications of
bordinates                    statements or actions.
.Recognize and reward         40.Consider political and
am members based on           organizational reality, the
rformance.                    media, and special interest
.Take timely and              in decision-making.
propriate                     41.Advise the Commander
rrective/disciplinary         on the impact of internal and
tions with employees.         external political factors.
.Consistently apply merit
stem principles, EEO
als, and all applicable
rsonnel policies and
gulations.
dhere to:
abor Relations guidelines
mployee Relations
idelines
ffirmative employment
.Plan and execute
ganizational training and
velopment.
.Ensure staff members
e trained and capable in
w information technology.

 .Integrate information
chnologies into the
orkplace to improve
ganizational effectiveness.
 .Seek and evaluate new
chnologies to improve
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 .Use power, authority,
 d influence appropriately
 achieve goals.
 .Use appropriate
 luence to energize others.
 evelop contacts to build
 d strengthen internal and
 ternal support bases

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sagreements or conflicts
 a positive and
 nstructive manner.
 .Provide appropriate
edback in a manner that
 nforces or elicits
 sirable behavior.
 .Share ideas and
 ionale so that others
 derstand positions and
 licies.
 .Share ideas and
 ionale so that others
 derstand positions and
 licies.
 .evelop and conduct
 ective briefings.
 .Select appropriate
 mmunication media and
ethods.
 dapt to virtual work
 vironment
 .Communicate
 pectations for success.
 .Identify concerns of
akeholders to find
 mmon ground across
 erests.
 .Maintain current
wareness of internal and
 ternal politics and issues
 pacting the work of the
ganization.




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                                  Data Collection and Analysis Course               TRADOC

                                  Improving Army Customer Service Course            TRADOC
                                  Basic Research Course                             TRADOC

                                  Improving Your Image Course                       TRADOC

                                  Change Management                                 TRADOC

                                  Effective Writing Course                          TRADOC

                                  Report Writing Course                             TRADOC

                                  Ethics and Sensitivity/ Adversity Training        TRADOC

                                  Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution
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                                  Briefing Techniques Course                        TRADOC

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                                  Combat, Training, and                             ALU
                                  Doctrine Developers
                                  Integration Course

                                  MANPRINT Applications                             ALU

                                  Systems Approach to                               ATSC
                                  Training Basic Course
                                  Instructional Materials                           TRADOC
                                  Development Course
                                  Briefing Techniques Course
                                  Technical Writing
                                  Statistical Course                                TRADOC

                                  Planning, Programming,                            USDA
                                  Budget and Execution
                                  Course
                                  Army Basic Instructor Course                      ATSC

                                  Introduction to Distributed                       ATSC
                                  learning Instruction Course
                                  Synchronous Distributed                           ATSC
                                                                                  ATSC
                                Learning Instructor Course
                                Interactive Multimedia
                                Instructor Course
                                Learning Theory,                                  TRADOC
                                Psychology of Learning,
                                Educational Psychology
                                Instructional Design                              TRADOC
                                Practices
                                Instructional Product                             TRADOC
                                Development
                                Educational Evaluation                            TRADOC
                                Computers in Education                            TRADOC
                                Priority Two (Essential if funding is
                                available)
                                Authoring/Designing Software Programs             TRADOC
                                Training Development                              ATSC
                                Contract Technical Manager
                                Course
                                Simulations Overview                              USAIS
                                Test Development Course
                                Test and Measurements
                                Course
                                Research Techniques                               TRADOC
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                                Priority Three (Career Enhancement)
                                Advanced Statistics Course
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Series         Level
All            GS-9            An Essential Guide to Giving Feedback Course       TRADOC
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                                Data Collection and Analysis Course               TRADOC

                                Improving Army Customer Service Course            TRADOC

                                Basic Research Course                             TRADOC

                                Improving Your Image Course                       TRADOC

                                Change Management                                 TRADOC

                                Effective Writing Course                          TRADOC

                                Report Writing Course                             TRADOC

                                Ethics and Sensitivity/ Adversity Training        TRADOC

                                Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution
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                     Briefing Techniques Course              TRADOC

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                     Capability, Training, and               ALU
                     Doctrine Developers
                     Integration Course
                     MANPRINT Applications                   ALU

                     Systems Approach to                     ATSC
                     Training Basic Course
                     Instructional Materials                 TRADOC
                     Development Course
                     Briefing Techniques Course
                     Technical Writing
                     Statistical Course                      TRADOC
                     Planning, Programming,                  USDA
                     Budget and Execution
                     Course
                     Army Basic Instructor Course            ATSC
                     Introduction to Distributed             ATSC
                     learning Instruction Course
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                     Learning Instructor Course
                     Interactive Multimedia
                     Instructor Course
                     Learning Theory,                        TRADOC
                     Psychology of Learning,
                     Educational Psychology
                     Instructional Design                    TRADOC
                     Practices
                     Instructional Product                   TRADOC
                     Development
                     Educational Evaluation                  TRADOC
                     Computers in Education                  TRADOC
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                     available)

                     Training Development                    HQ, TRADOC
                     Contract Technical Manager
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                     Authoring/Designing Software Programs
                     Simulations Overview                    USAIS
                     Test Development Course
                     Test and Measurements
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Provides training developers, capability developers, and doctrine developers with skills and knowledge to integrate the basic
concepts and principles of training, capability, and doctrine developments as part of the requirements determination and
acquisition process. The course will orient students to the relationships of the three disciplines and the efficiencies to be
gained by coordinating and integrating requirements throughout the planning process.
Provides selective information on the MANPRINT/HSI process that is pertinent to the target audience scheduled to attend the
given class.
Familiarize new training developers with the five-phased SAT process because knowing about and using the SAT process
serve as the basis for standardized Army training.
Provide training in development of instructional materials. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education
Links – Varies)



Introduces the basic concepts, logic, and issues involved in statistical reasoning.




Comprehensive core course that trains instructors to deliver battle-focused training
Study of learning theories as they relate to the systematic design, development, and validation of instructional material.
(Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Study of the principles and techniques used in designing training programs, developing design strategy and models, and
applying design methods to the improvement of instructional effectiveness. (Sources for training can be found under Training
and Education Links – Varies)
Study of the techniques appropriate for developing training materials, including identifying learner characteristics, specifying
objectives, applying training strategy, validating training materials, and evaluating training. (Sources for training can be found
under of the techniques for evaluating Varies)
Study Training and Education Links – the effectiveness of instructional/educational programs, including developing written and
performance tests and survey instruments, and determining reliability and validity of evaluation instruments. (Sources for
Study of the application of computers in education and training, including selecting appropriate computer software. (Sources
for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)




Provides instruction on how to manage the technical aspects of a training development contract. Includes Contract
Fundamentals, Contract Pre-Award Phase, Post-Award Phase, Development Phase, and Closeout.




Provide capabilities in processes and methods of research. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education
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Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)
Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)




Provides training developers, capability developers, and doctrine developers with skills and knowledge to integrate the basic
concepts and principles of training, capability, and doctrine developments as part of the requirements determination and
acquisition process. The course will orient students to the relationships of the three disciplines and the efficiencies to be
gained byselective information on the MANPRINT/HSI process that is pertinent to the target audience scheduled to attend the
Provides coordinating and integrating requirements throughout the planning process.
given class.
Familiarize new training developers with the five-phased SAT process because knowing about and using the SAT process
serve as the basis for standardized Army training.
Provide training in development of instructional materials. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education
Links – Varies)



Introduces the basic concepts, logic, and issues involved in statistical reasoning.




Comprehensive core course that trains instructors to deliver battle-focused training




Study of learning theories as they relate to the systematic design, development, and validation of instructional material.
(Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Study of the principles and techniques used in designing training programs, developing design strategy and models, and
applying design methods to the improvement of instructional effectiveness. (Sources for training can be found under Training
and Education Links – Varies)
Study of the techniques appropriate for developing training materials, including identifying learner characteristics, specifying
objectives, applying training strategy, validating training materials, and evaluating training. (Sources for training can be found
under of the techniques for evaluating Varies)
Study Training and Education Links – the effectiveness of instructional/educational programs, including developing written and
Study of the tests and of computers in education and training, including validity of evaluation instruments. (Sources for
performanceapplicationsurvey instruments, and determining reliability andselecting appropriate computer software. (Sources
for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)




Provides instruction on how to manage the technical aspects of a training development contract. Includes Contract
Fundamentals, Contract Pre-Award Phase, Post-Award Phase, Development Phase, and Closeout.




Provide capabilities in processes and methods of research. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education
Links – Varies)
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                                  Performance Appraisal Counseling and Feedback Course    TRADOC



                                  An Essential Guide to Giving Feedback Course            TRADOC



                                  Correcting Employee Conduct and Performance Course      TRADOC



                                  Project Management Course                               TRADOC



                                  Public Involvement - Communication Course               TRADOC



                                  Project Team Building Course                            TRADOC



                                  Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution Course   USDA

                                  Contracting Officer's Representative Course             ALU




                                  Performance-Based Statements of Work Course             ALU



                                  Briefing Techniques Course                              TRADOC



                                  Effective Writing Course                                TRADOC



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                                  Automated Systems Approach to Training Tutorial         ATSC
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Automated Systems Approach to Training Basic Course   ATSC




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Provides an overall view of the contracting process, to include contract administration, statutory laws and regulations
that govern the contracting process. Provides an overview of the acquisition process, teaming, ethics and integrity,
authorities, contract classification, contract types, proper file documentation, performance assessment methods,
remedies for poor performance, invoice requirements, contract modifications, and contract management.




Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)



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Description




Familiarize new training developers with the five-phased SAT process because knowing about and using the SAT
process serve as the basis for standardized Army training.
Tutorial located in the ASAT on-line Learning Center
Access is based on version compatibility

Ft Rucker’s S&F offers ASAT training either at Ft. Rucker or your installation. Contact POC at (334) 255-1160 for
coordination.

(under Staff and Faculty)



Provide training in development of instructional materials. (Sources for training can be found under Training and
Education Links – Varies)




Provides a discipline for developing a level of understanding of the interaction of the parts of a system, and of the
system as a whole. The level of understanding which may be developed via this discipline is seldom achievable via
any other discipline. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)




Comprehensive core course that trains instructors to deliver battle-focused training

Provides a standardized training support package for training small group instruction (SGI). The course is designed to
teach instructors how to prepare and facilitate small group instruction through conventional classroom settings or via
video tele-training networks (TNET).
Teaches platform instructors how to prepare and present instruction over the video tele-training (VTT) medium.

Provides selective information on the MANPRINT/HSI process that is pertinent to the target audience scheduled to
attend the given class.




Provide capabilities in processes and methods of research. (Sources for training can be found under Training and
Education Links – Varies)
Introduces the basic concepts, logic, and issues involved in statistical reasoning.
Study of learning theories as they relate to the systematic design, development, and validation of instructional
material. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Study of the principles and techniques used in designing training programs, developing design strategy and models,
and applying design methods to the improvement of instructional effectiveness. (Sources for training can be found
under Training and Education Links – Varies)
Study of the techniques appropriate for developing training materials, including identifying learner characteristics,
specifying objectives, applying training strategy, validating training materials, and evaluating training. (Sources for
training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Study of the techniques for evaluating the effectiveness of instructional/educational programs, including developing
written and performance tests and survey instruments, and determining reliability and validity of evaluation
instruments. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Study of the application of computers in education and training, including selecting appropriate computer software.
(Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)
Provides instruction on how to manage the technical aspects of a training development contract. Includes Contract
Fundamentals, Contract Pre-Award Phase, Post-Award Phase, Development Phase, and Closeout.




To provide military officers, non-commissioned officers, and civilian personnel assigned to middle-level training and
education management positions in TRADOC institutions, the skills and knowledge necessary to manage training and
education in conformity with appropriate regulations.
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                                          An Essential Guide to Giving Feedback     TRADOC TRADOC training
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                                          Correcting Employee Conduct and           TRADOC TRADOC training
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                                          Performance-Based Statements of Work      ALU    Army Logistics
                                          Course                                           University
                                          Briefing Techniques Course                TRADOC TRADOC training
                                                                                           sources
                                          Effective Writing Course                  TRADOC TRADOC training
                                                                                             sources
                                          Basic Force Management Course             AFMS     Army Force
                                                                                             Management
                                                                                             School
Occupational          Grade               Priority / Course                         Source   Link
Series                Level
                                          Priority Two (Essential if
                                          funding is available)
               1750   GS-12 (Functional   Systems Approach to                       ATSC     ATSC
                      Training)           Training Basic Course

                                          Instructional Materials                   TRADOC HQ TRADOC
                                          Development Course
                                          Interactive Multimedia                    TRADOC HQ TRADOC
                                          Instructor Course
                                          Test Development Course                   TRADOC HQ TRADOC
                                          Test and Measurements                     TRADOC HQ TRADOC
                                          Course
Modeling and Simulation Course      TRADOC HQ TRADOC


Training Management                 ATSC   ATSC
Orientation
Quality Assurance Evaluator         TRADOC HQ TRADOC
Course



Evaluation of Training              TRADOC HQ TRADOC
Course
Research Techniques                 TRADOC HQ TRADOC
Course
Statistical Course                  TRADOC HQ TRADOC
Learning Theory,                    TRADOC HQ TRADOC
Psychology of Learning,
Educational Psychology
Instructional Design                TRADOC HQ TRADOC
Practices
Instructional Product               TRADOC HQ TRADOC
Development
Educational Evaluation              TRADOC HQ TRADOC

Computers in Education              TRADOC HQ TRADOC

Priority Three (Career
Enhancement)
Army Basic Instructor Course        ATSC   ATSC
Competitive Training
Training Developers Middle          TRADOC HQ TRADOC
Managers’ Course
Army Force Management Orientation   AFMS   AFMC
Description

Provides a systemic overview of the force integration process with focus on "How the Army Runs."




Provides an overall view of the contracting process, to include contract administration, statutory laws and regulations that
govern the contracting process. Provides an overview of the acquisition process, teaming, ethics and integrity, authorities,
contract classification, contract types, proper file documentation, performance assessment methods, remedies for poor
performance, invoice requirements, contract modifications, and contract management.




Description




Familiarize new training developers with the five-phased SAT process because knowing about and using the SAT process
serve as the basis for standardized Army training.

Provide training in development of instructional materials. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education
Links – Varies)
Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)
Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)
Provides a discipline for developing a level of understanding of the interaction of the parts of a system, and of the system as a
whole. The level of understanding which may be developed via this discipline is seldom achievable via any other discipline.
(Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)



Prepare Quality Assurance evaluators for evaluating Army institutions against the
Army Enterprise Accreditation Standards. The QAEC is conducted in two
phases; the first phase is a distance learning phase in which students must
pass before being enrolled in the resident course.
Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Provide capabilities in processes and methods of research. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education
Links – Varies)
Introduces the basic concepts, logic, and issues involved in statistical reasoning.
Study of learning theories as they relate to the systematic design, development, and validation of instructional material.
(Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Study of the principles and techniques used in designing training programs, developing design strategy and models, and
applying design methods to the improvement of instructional effectiveness. (Sources for training can be found under Training
and Education Links – Varies)
Study of the techniques appropriate for developing training materials, including identifying learner characteristics, specifying
objectives, applying training strategy, validating training materials, and evaluating training. (Sources for training can be found
under Training and Education Links – the effectiveness of instructional/educational programs, including developing written and
Study of the techniques for evaluating Varies)
performance tests and survey instruments, and determining reliability and validity of evaluation instruments. (Sources for
training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)
Study of the application of computers in education and training, including selecting appropriate computer software. (Sources
for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)




Comprehensive core course that trains instructors to deliver battle-focused training


To provide military officers, non-commissioned officers, and civilian personnel assigned to middle-level training and education
management positions in TRADOC institutions, the skills and knowledge necessary to manage training and education in
conformity with appropriate regulations.
This is a two week course designed to educate and train military and civilian personnel in the basics of Army force
management. The course provides instruction in functions and processes employed in raising, provisioning, sustaining and
maintaining, training and resourcing the Army.
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Occupational          Grade               Course                                           Source
Series                Level
All                   GS-13               Continuing Education for Senior Leaders          AMSC
                      (Core Training)

                                          Seminar for New Managers                         FEI



                                          Management Development Seminar: Leading Change   FEI



                                          Leading through Change Course                    TRADOC


                                          Enabling Creativity Course
                                          Organization Culture and Leadership Course
                                          Performance Appraisal: Counseling and Feedback   TRADOC
                                          Course

                                          Project Cost Estimating and Budgeting Course
                                          Decisions and Risk Course
                                          Managerial Accountability Course
                                          Leadership for Learning Course
                                          Teamwork and Emotional Intelligence Course
                                          Action Officer Force Integration Course          AFMS


                                          Project Management Course
                                          Project Team Building Course
                                          Budget Formulation Course
                                          Contracting Officer's Representative Course      ALU


                                          Information Technology Course
                                          Senior Leader Development Program                HQ,
                                                                                           TRADOC

Occupational          Grade               Priority / Course                                Source
Series                Level
               1750   GS-13 (Functional   Priority Two (Essential if funding is
                      Training)           available)

                                          Quality Assurance Evaluator                      TRADOC
                                          Course
                                                TRADOC




Instructional Materials                         TRADOC
Development Course
Training Development                            TRADOC
Contract Technical
Managers Course
Modeling and Simulation                         TRADOC
Course
Research Techniques                             TRADOC
Course
Statistical Course                              TRADOC
Learning Theory,                                TRADOC
Psychology of Learning,
Educational Psychology
Instructional Design                            TRADOC
Practices
Instructional Product                           TRADOC
Development
Educational Evaluation                          TRADOC



Computers in Education                          TRADOC


Competitive Training
Senior Training and Education Managers Course   TRADOC



Army Force Management Course                    AFMS
Link

Army
Management
Staff College
OPM
Leadership
Development
and Training

OPM
Leadership
Development
and Training
TRADOC
training
sources



TRADOC
training
sources




Army Force
Management
School




Army
Logistics
University




Link




HQ TRADOC
HQ TRADOC




HQ TRADOC

ATSC


HQ TRADOC

HQ TRADOC

HQ TRADOC
HQ TRADOC


HQ TRADOC

HQ TRADOC

HQ TRADOC


HQ TRADOC




HQ TRADOC

AFMC
Description




Examine your organizational culture and learn how the manager sets the tone for success. 7-weeks online, 3-days in
residence.




From technical, division-level work to strategic, agency-level leadership positions, the focus is on development and transition
for senior managers and the payoff is getting tomorrow right today.




Provides a systemic overview of the force integration process with focus on "How the Army Runs."




Provides an overall view of the contracting process, to include contract administration, statutory laws and regulations that
govern the contracting process. Provides an overview of the acquisition process, teaming, ethics and integrity, authorities,
contract classification, contract types, proper file documentation, performance assessment methods, remedies for poor
performance, invoice requirements, contract modifications, and contract management.




Description




Prepare Quality Assurance evaluators for evaluating Army institutions against the
Army Enterprise Accreditation Standards. The QAEC is conducted in two
phases; the first phase is a distance learning phase in which students must
pass before being enrolled in the resident course.
Provide training in development of instructional materials. (Sources for training can be found under Training and Education
Links – Varies)
Provides instruction on how to manage the technical aspects of a training development contract. Includes Contract
Fundamentals, Contract Pre-Award Phase, Post-Award Phase, Development Phase, and Closeout.

Provides a discipline for developing a level of understanding of the interaction of the parts of a system, and of the system as a
whole. The level of understanding which may be developed via this discipline is seldom achievable via any other discipline.
Provide capabilities can be found under Training and Education Links – training
(Sources for trainingin processes and methods of research. (Sources for Varies) can be found under Training and Education
Links – Varies)
Introduces the basic concepts, logic, and issues involved in statistical reasoning.
Study of learning theories as they relate to the systematic design, development, and validation of instructional material.
(Sources for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)

Study of the principles and techniques used in designing training programs, developing design strategy and models, and
applying design methods to the improvement of instructional effectiveness. (Sources for training can be found under Training
and Education Links – Varies)
Study of the techniques appropriate for developing training materials, including identifying learner characteristics, specifying
objectives, applying training strategy, validating training materials, and evaluating training. (Sources for training can be found
under of the techniques for evaluating Varies)
Study Training and Education Links – the effectiveness of instructional/educational programs, including developing written and
performance tests and survey instruments, and determining reliability and validity of evaluation instruments. (Sources for
training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)
Study of the application of computers in education and training, including selecting appropriate computer software. (Sources
for training can be found under Training and Education Links – Varies)


To provide officers and civilians assuming senior training management positions in HQ TRADOC schools the skills and
knowledge necessary to direct their departments in conformity with HQ TRADOC regulations and guidelines.

The Army Force Management Course (AFM-C) is a four (4) week course divided into: Strategy, Capabilities Development /
Material Development, Force Structure and Force Development.

				
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