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NATIONAL DEFENCE


DEFENCE NATIONALE


QUALIFICATION STANDARD




ARMY NCM DP 2 – Primary Leadership
Qualification - Land
Qualification Level M/Cpl
Codes: Regular and Reserve Component:
a. Module 1 Physical Fitness – 08016
b. Module 2 Drill Classroom Instructor – 08017
c. Module 3 Ranges and Training Safety – 08018
d. Module 4 Discipline – 08019
e. Module 5 CF/Army General Service Knowledge – 08020
f.   Module 6 Army Applied Leadership Part 1 (RES)- 08021
g. NCMGS – Reg F/ P Res – Environmental/Land – Primary Leadership Qual = AINS
h. NCMGS – Reg F/ P Res – Common – Primary Leadership Qual = AINR




Supersedes
                A-P9-006-S02/PC-B01 dated Feb 1996


Issued on the authority of the Chief of Defence Staff
Publiée avec l'autorisation du Chef de l'état-major de la défense


Designated Command: Chief Land Staff Ottawa 2002-01-22
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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
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FOREWORD
1. Pam nbr ____________, Qualification Standard (QS) Army DP 2 Primary Leadership
Qualification –Land, Qualification to the Level of M/Cpl is issued on the authority of the Chief of the
Defence Staff.
2. Objectives, which the student must achieve to become qualified, are stated in Chapter 4 of this
publication. This QS is based upon the Canadian Forces (CF) Non Commissioned Member General
Specification (NCMGS) and section 4 Land Environmental requirements as published in A-PD-055-
002/PP-002.
3. Suggestions for changes shall be forwarded to, Attention: Directorate of Army Training, and sent
through the chain of command to Land Force Doctrine and Training System. This publication is
effective upon receipt and supersedes A-P9-006-S02/PC-B01 and A-P2-002-JLC/PS-H03.




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PREFACE
1. An LFDTS QS Writing Board, convened at CFB Kingston, developed this Qualification Standard
(QS), 19-29 June 2000. It was prepared in accordance with the concept of training outlined in the A-
P9-05-000/PT-004 Canadian Forces Individual Training & Education System (CFITES) manual
volume 4 and Army Systems Approach to Training (ASAT) LFCO 23-18.
2. An LFDTS QS Writing Board, convened at CFB Kingston 19 Feb – 2 March 2001 to purpose
changes to this Qualification Standard (QS) to meet the Reserve requirements. It was prepared in
accordance with the performance-oriented concept of training outlined in ASAT.
3. An LFDTS QS Writing Board convened at CFB Kingston 14/15 Jan 2002 to purpose changes to
this Qualification Standard (QS) to meet the AAR of the Pilot Course. It was prepared in accordance
with the performance –oriented concept of training outlined in ASAT.
4. Responsibilities for training are clearly defined in CFP 300-008. The Directorate of Army
Training (DAT) is responsible for producing the QS and ensuring an Army approach to training. The
QS is to be used by AITS to design training through the production of a Training Plan (TP). The
conduct of DP 2 Primary Leadership Qualification-Land training will be governed by these two
documents. This QS is also used by DAT6-4 Kingston in support validation.
5. The CF content of the QS was developed by CFRETS HQs, working in collaboration with
representatives from the National Defence Headquarters (NDHQ) Group Principals, Commander
Maritime Staff (CMS), Commander Land Staff (CLS) and Commander Air Staff (CAS). CFRETS
will also use the QS to validate NCMGS based training delivered by the combined QS.




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RECORD OF CHANGES
IDENTIFICATION OF CHANGES   DATE ENTERED   BY WHOM ENTERED
                                           (SIGNATURE, RANK, SN, NAME OF UNIT/ESTAB)




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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ITEM                                                    PAGE
CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL
Aim                                                     1-1/3
NCMPDS Core Themes                                      1-1/3
Outline of Training                                     1-1/3
Training Strategy                                       1-2/3
Use of Qualification Standard                           1-2/3
Traditional Leadership Qualities and Principles         1-3/3
CHAPTER 2 - TRAINING MANAGEMENT DETAILS
Responsible Agencies and Training Establishments        2-1/4
Scheduling                                              2-1/4
Prerequisites                                           2-1/4
Training Capacity                                       2-2/4
Language of Instruction                                 2-1/4
Qualification                                           2-2/4
Related Documents                                       2-2/4
Training Duration                                       2-3/4
Instructor Requirements                                 2-4/4
CHAPTER 3 - ASSESSMENT
Authority                                               3-1/3
Qualification Requirements                              3-1/3
Assessment Guidelines                                   3-1/3
Progress Monitoring                                     3-1/3
Course Reporting                                        3-2/3
Unsatisfactory Progress                                 3-2/3
Progress Review Board                                   3-2/3
Assessment of Performance Objectives                    3-2/3



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CHAPTER 4 – PERFORMANCE & EDUCATION OBJECTIVES
Performance Objectives                                          4-1/24
PO 201 (CF) Lead Subordinates                                   4-2/24
PO 202 (CF) Instruct Drill & Classroom                          4-5/24
PO 203 (CF) Physical Fitness                                    4-7/24
PO 204 (CF) Discipline                                          4-9/24
PO 205 (CF) Plan operations/Activities                          4-11/24
PO 206 (CF) Conduct Operations/Activities                       4-13/24
PO 207 (LFC) Offensive Operations                               4-15/24
PO 208 (LFC) Defensive Operations                               4-17/24
PO 209 (LFC) Patrolling                                         4-19/24
PO 210 (LFC) Ranges and Training Safety                         4-20/24
EDO 211 (LFC) Land Force Operations                             4-21/24
EDO 212 (LFC) Land Force Training                               4-22/24
EDO 213 (LFC) Canada‟s Army                                     4-23/24
ANNEXES TO QS – NCM – PRIMARY LEADERSHIP QUALIFICATION –
LAND FORCE
ANNEX A NCMPDS Core Theme Definitions                           A-1/3
ANNEX B Main References                                         B-1/5
ANNEX C Train/No Train Matrix                                   C-1/15
ANNEX D DP2 PO Checklists                                       D-1/9
ANNEX E SCALAR                                                  E-1/3
ANNEX F RESOURCES                                               F-1/9
ANNEX G RECORD OF DECISION                                      G-1/20




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CHAPTER 1
GENERAL
1. Canadian Forces Non Commissioned Member (NCM) professional education and training is
specified in the Non Commissioned Member General Specification (NCMGS) and includes unique
environmental specifications which are published in Section 4 of the NCMGS, A-PD-055-002/PP-
002.as established by the environmental Managing Authorities (MAs). The professional education
and training is defined in Development periods, as described in Non Commissioned Member
Professional Development System (NCMPDS) Handbook (published at a later date). The
Environmental Commands are responsible for the delivery of the Primary Leadership Qualification as
defined in this Qualification Standard.
AIM
2. The aim of this Qualification Standard (QS) is to outline the NCMGS based, common and unique
environmental, professional education and training required to complete the NCM - Primary
Leadership Qualification - Land Force.
3. The purpose of the Canadian Forces Individual Training and Education System (CFITES) and the
Army System Approach to Training (ASAT) is to provide personnel with the appropriate training and
education to perform their job at the identified acceptable standard. The aim of the training and
education resulting from this QS is to provide the individual with the basic tools (skills and
knowledge) necessary to perform their duties as a section or detachment commander, both in garrison
and in operations, at the rank of MCpl in the Land Force. The training and education provided is not
designed to differentiate between the performance levels of the trainees nor is it to be an indicator of
future performance on the job; this is the function of the performance evaluation system. As a result,
assessment for this training and education is “pass/fail”, as further outlined in Chapter Three.
NCMPDS CORES THEMES
4. The NCMPDS states that the foundation of the system is built on War fighting, Leadership and a
Professional body of Knowledge. Our professional body of knowledge incorporates the themes of
leadership, followership, communications, ethics, ethos, history, management and technology. These
themes, the most important being leadership and followership, shall be evident in all subsequent non-
commissioned Member training and education. Attached as Annex A are definitions that will aid in
the interpretation of themes as they apply to NCMPD.
OUTLINE OF TRAINING
5. The NCMGS outlines the common tasks, skills and associated knowledge required of all NCM.
Commanders of the Combat Arms, Combat Support Arms, and Combat Service Support require
personnel who possess the skill and knowledge to perform the duties of a section or detachment
commander. The training derived from this QS will reflect only those portions of the specification
that are deemed to require formal training and education. The training resulting from this QS is
necessary for the appointment to MCpl.
6. This QS contains the Performance Objectives (POs) that all NCM in the Land Force shall achieve
during Primary Leadership Qualification:
PO 201 (CF)     Lead Subordinates;
PO 202 (CF)      Instruct Drill & Classroom;
PO 203 (CF)      Physical Fitness;
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PO 205 (CF)     Plan Operations/Activities;
PO 206 (CF)     Conduct Operations/Activities;
PO 207 (LFC) Offensive Operations;
PO 208 (LFC) Defensive Operations;
PO 209 (LFC) Patrolling;
PO 210 (LFC) Ranges and Training Safety;
EDO 211 (LFC)           Land Force Operations;
EDO 212 (LFC)           Land Force Training; and
EDO 213 (LFC)           Canada‟s Army.
TRAINING STRATEGY
7. The training developed from this QS will be delivered through a series of modules. The concept
of modularization will be utilized to facilitate both Regular and Reserve training requirements as
follows:
Module 1 – Physical Fitness
Module 2 – Drill and Classroom Instruction
Module 3 – Field and Range Safety
Module 4 – Discipline
Module 5 – Distributed Learning
Module 6 – Resident Based.
Note: The Reserve may do mod 6 in two parts, part 1,14 days done on weekends by BDE, Part
2, 12 days done at ATC’s. Mod 1 may be added to Mod 6 Part 1. All other Mods will be done
same as for the Regular Force.
USE OF QUALIFICATION STANDARD
8. The QS shall be used as the primary authority governing the design, development, conduct and
evaluation of the NCM Primary Leadership Qualification in the Land Force.
9. The QS shall be used in conjunction with the NCMGS and the land specification at section four
of NCMGS for the purpose of developing the Training Plan (TP).
10. LFDTS and CFRETS HQ will use the QS in support of the validation of this training and
education.
TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP QUALITIES AND PRINCIPLES
11. The NCM is a member of a profession that renders an indispensable service to society, requiring
a high degree of competency from its member, and has a fundamental responsibility to maintain the
highest standards of service.
12. Traditional leadership qualities that are expected, even demanded, of all CF members are:
        a.      integrity - the NCM is honest, just and respectful towards superiors, subordinates and
                peers;
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        c.      exemplary conduct - the NCM‟s personal behaviour, both on and off duty, reflects
                credit upon themselves and the CF;
        d.      dedication - the NCM perseveres under trying circumstances to complete the mission
                or task; and
        e.      e.       courage - the NCM resists the temptation to abandon ideals or objectives in
                the face of danger or hardship.
13. The Principles of Leadership details the qualities, which should be sought after to become a
respected and effective leader. In an effort to measure those qualities in their practical application,
ten specific Critical Requirements have been developed and will be used to assess the leadership
performance of practical leadership role. Each practical task shall be assessed under the ten Critical
Requirements. These Critical requirements are:
        a.      seeks/accepts responsibility;
        b.      performs effectively under pressure;
        c.      correctly applies knowledge;
        d.      demonstrates decisiveness;
        e.      seeks & accept advice;
        f.      inspires team spirit and co-operation;
        g.      plans effectively;
        h.      communicates effectively;
        i.      supervise effectively; and
        j.      delegates effectively.




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CHAPTER 2
TRAINING MANAGEMENT DETAILS
RESPONSIBLE AGENCIES AND TRAINING ESTABLISHMENTS
1. Agencies include:
        a.      Controlling Agencies: Land Force Doctrine and Training Systems (LFDTS)
                Headquarters for the delivery of this QS on behalf of the CLS, Land environmental
                Managing Authority and Director Recruiting, Education and Training (DRET).
        b.      Training Agencies:
                (1)     CTC HQ/AITS
                (2)     Designated Land Force Training Establishments.
        c.      c.      The granting authority for waivers is LFDTS HQ, Director Army Training.
                DAT will consult with CFRETS HQ, Director of Professional Development (DPD)
                on CF issues.
2. Training establishments are those designated by CLS.
SCHEDULING
3. The designated Training Establishments/ Command HQ in conjunction with NDHQ/DGMC will
determine scheduling of courses.
PREREQUISITES
4. In order to be selected for this training, the member must meet the requirements of CFAO 49-4
and shall meet the following prerequisites:
        a.      attained a minimum rank of Cpl
        b.      be medically and physically fit for the occupation in accordance with CFAO 50-1,
                Section 4 and A-PD-050-062/PT-001 and successfully completed the CF Express or
                LFCPFS, within twelve (12) months of commencing Module 5. This prerequisite
                also applies to the reserves.
        c.      be selected from merit lists held at NDHQ/DGMC or Unit Merit Lists as agreed by
                NDHQ/DGMC for Combat Arms.
        d.      CSS personnel should complete the SQ or pre training prior to commencement of
                Mod 6.
        e.      recommended by the Commanding Officer as suitable for Leadership training.
5. CFAO 49-4 identifies the action to be taken for personnel with medical limitations. Those
personnel who meet the medical profile for their MOC, but have medical limitations, may be
authorized to attend the course but „shall‟ participate in and pass all POs.
TRAINING CAPACITY
6. Training is normally based on platoon-sized groups. Each platoon has the following training
capacity:
        a.      minimum 24;
        b.      optimum 32; and


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        c.      maximum 36.
7. The size of training groups at designated Training Establishments may vary and shall be adjusted
to adapt to each Training Establishment‟s (TE) unique characteristics. A minimum of 24 candidates
is required to commence Mod 6
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
8. The language of instruction shall be available in both official languages.
QUALIFICATION
9. Successful completion of Primary Leadership Qualification-Land, governed by this QS,
constitutes the primary means of attaining this qualification for personnel wearing the uniform of the
Land Force. Requests for equivalencies will be directed to LFDTS Headquarters and in conjunction
with CFRETS HQ, may be granted for special circumstances.
10. Related documents are the NCMGS and section 4 the LES contained in A-PD-055-022/PP-002,
the NCMPDS Document and Handbook (both to be published at a later date).




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INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS
11. All instructors must be qualified PLQ-L or equivalent , currently fit IAW the CF Physical Fitness
Standard and recommended by their CO as being of exemplary character, prior to being assigned to
DP2 instructional duties.
Instructors Per Serial
Course Staff
Position             Rank                 MOC                  Number              Qualification
PL Comd              Capt                 Any (note 1)         1
PL WO                WO                   Any (note1)          1                   QL 6B

Instructors
Position             Rank                 MOC                  Number              Qualifications
Section SGT          SGT                  Any (Note 1)         1per section        QL6A
Section 2I/C         MCpl                 Any (Note 1)         1per section        QL5B
Demo Troops          SGT/MCpl             INF 031              1                   QL 6A/ QL5B
Demo Troops          Pte/Cpl              MOC TBC              7                   TBC
Storeman /Driver     Pte/Cpl              Any                  1                   Cbt Storman
Notes:
1.       The PL Comd or the PL WO should be Infantry (SME)
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CHAPTER 3
ASSESSMENT
AUTHORITY
1. This Chapter shall guide the assessment of DP2 NCM training/education, which provides military
knowledge and skills emphasizing leadership at the primary level. The training on this course will
provide the individual with the necessary basic tools, that with additional practice and experience will
enable them to become a confident, reliable leader and a valued member of the CF at the JR NCO
level. It requires an assessment of each individual‟s ability to perform satisfactorily as a junior leader
in the CF and the Land Force. It is not the function of DP2 NCMGS based training to identify future
Senior NCOs or WOs. However, it is to ensure that those who successfully complete the program
have the common tools required to perform satisfactorily as a MCpl.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
2. In order to achieve the qualification, a MCpl must:
        a.       Successfully complete all POs as identified in Chapter 4 of this QS;
        b.       Apply/display the appropriate "leadership qualities and principles” as identified in
                 Chapter 1 “TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP QUALITIES AND PRINCIPLES”; and
        c.       Demonstrate a positive attitude towards participation in training and teamwork.
ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES
3. Regular assessment of the individual shall be conducted throughout this training and education,
including all of the qualification requirements listed above.
4. POs will be assessed to the standards indicated in this QS. The individual will be permitted one
recheck of any given PO. Failure of the supplementary performance check (PC), or failure of a
second PO, will result in the individual‟s file going to a Progress Review Board (PRB). Further
attempts may be granted if, in the judgement of the Commandant of the TE, unusual circumstances
exist. The details shall be recorded on the member‟s student file.
5. The Critical Requirement for Leadership Potential will be assess throughout the course along
with the individual's application of the leadership qualities and attitude. Any display of conduct
“unbecoming a service member” may indicate that the individual does not possess the necessary
qualities to become a junior leader. In some instances, this may constitute grounds for failure,
reversion in rank and/or possible release from the CF. Details shall be clearly documented in the
member‟s student file for action by a PRB.
PROGRESS MONITORING
6. Regular monitoring of an individual‟s progress is required to provide the following:
        a.       a record of an individual‟s participation in this training/education;
        b.       a record of the individual‟s achievements;
        c.       early warning of the individual‟s difficulties and deficiencies;
        d.       feedback on the effectiveness of training/education; and
        e.       information for PRBs.
7. Individuals experiencing difficulty in any area of performance will be counselled and closely
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COURSE REPORTING
8. In terms of this qualification, results of these POs (pass or fail) will be recorded on the course
report for monitoring by the member‟s CO, MA and career manager. Supervisors and personnel
managers to assist in making difficult decisions regarding careers and future employment use the
course report. Therefore, it is essential that the Course Report narrative reflect the strengths and
weaknesses of the individual with respect to each PO. In particular, special mention should be made
if a trainee achieves a “yes” on all aspects of a PO Performance Checklist. Standard pre-printed
comments in the narrative cannot and will not be tolerated. Particular emphasis will be given in the
narrative with respect to PO 201 Lead Subordinates. A course report will be written on completion
of Module 6.
UNSATISFACTORY PROGRESS
9. Unsatisfactory progress may be indicated by failure to:
        a.      pass a PC;
        b.      display appropriate “leadership qualities”;
        c.      Apply the Military Principles of Leadership; or
        d.      demonstrate a positive attitude towards participation in training and teamwork.
10. Individuals showing unsatisfactory progress will receive formal counselling and, if necessary,
remedial training to correct weaknesses. When corrective measures have failed, the individual shall
be referred to a PRB.
PROGRESS REVIEW BOARD
11. PRBs will be held at the TE level with respect to the individual‟s overall progression towards this
qualification. Should a candidate receive a second PRB, only LFDTS in consultation with CFRETS
HQ can give authorization for continuing training or recourse.
12. In addition to provisions detailed at paragraphs 5, 6 and 11, a PRB shall be convened any time it
becomes apparent that:
        a.      progress is so obviously below the minimum standard that there is virtually no
                likelihood of attaining the standard; or
        b.      continued presence on the course is adversely affecting the training or morale of the
                remaining course members.
ASSESSMENT OF PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
13. The aim of this training and education is to provide the individual with the basic tools (skills and
knowledge) necessary to perform their duties at the rank of MCpl. These POs have not been designed
to differentiate between the performance levels of the trainees nor to be an indicator of future
performance. As a result, this is a “pass/fail” course. Therefore, all POs shall be assessed as pass or
fail and annotated as such on the course report (as per para 8).
PO 201 – Lead Subordinates
14. This PO will be assessed by means of a practical PC IAW the checklist at Annex D.
PO 202 Instruct Drill and Classroom
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PO 203 Physical Fitness
16. This PO will be assessed by means of a practical PC IAW the checklist at AnnexD
PO 204 Discipline
17. This PO will be assessed by means of a practical PC IAW the checklist at Annex D.
PO 205 – Plan Operations/Activities
18.This PO will be assessed by means of a practical PC IAW the checklist at Annex D.
PO 206 – Conduct Operations/Activities
19.This PO will be assessed by means of a practical PC IAW the checklist at Annex D.
PO 207 – Lead a Section in Offensive Operations
20. Practical assessment during FTX
PO 208 – Lead a Section in Defensive Operations
21. Practical assessment during FTX
PO 209 – Lead a Dismounted Reconnaissance Patrol
22. Practical assessment during FTX
PO 210- Enforce Field and Range Safety
23. Practical assessment during a formal range practice
EdO 211-213
24. Assessed through written exams, verbal discussions and/or practical application during the
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CHAPTER FOUR
PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
INTRODUCTION
1. This chapter details the Performance Objectives (POs) and Educational Objectives (EdOs) for the
NCM General Specifications (NCMGS), Section 4(LES), DP2. Each objective provides the
necessary detail for Training Plan Writing Boards (TPWB) to draft appropriate Training Plans (TP).
Annex A to this QS provides a list of Main References applicable to the POs in this chapter.
2. The POs describe the on job performance of only those LES elements that require training and
education in DP2. They do not represent a full job description.
3. Each Performance and Education Objective in this chapter identifies to which group(s) - Regular
Force, Reserve Essential, Reserve Supplemental or Reserve Residual - they are applicable. The
following Residual Training Matrix provides a summary list of all Performance and Education
Objectives and the applicable group(s). Reserve Residual training is not applicable to this QS.
                                                                               Reserve
  PO                         Title               Regular
                                                                  Essential   Supplementary   Residual
  201    Leading Subordinates                      YES              YES            NO             NO
  202    Instruct Drill & Classroom                YES              YES            NO             NO
  203    Physical Fitness                          YES              YES            NO             NO
  204    Discipline                                YES              YES            NO             NO
  205    Plan Operations/Activities                YES              YES            NO             NO
  206    Conduct Operations/Activities             YES              YES            NO             NO
  207    Offensive Operations                       Yes             Yes            NO             NO
  208    Defensive operations                      YES              YES            NO             NO
  209    Patrolling                                YES              YES            NO             NO
  210    Ranges and Training Safety                YES              YES            NO             NO




 EdO
  211    Land Operations                           YES              YES            NO             NO
  212    Land Training                             YES              YES            NO             NO
  213    Canada's Army                             YES              YES            NO             NO




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PO 201
1. Performance: Leadership.
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions:
         a.    Given:
               (1)      subordinates;
               (2)      missions/tasks;
               (3)      supervision;
               (4)      assistance as required;
               (5)      references; and
               (6)      resources as required; and
         b.    Environment.     Under any condition.
4. Standard: IAW the principles of leadership and other applicable references, the MCpl/MS shall:
         a.    develop subordinates by:
               (1)      leading by example, to include:
                        (a)     displaying self-discipline;
                        (b)     displaying professional competence;
                        (c)     applying ethical principles and values; and
                        (d)     promoting team before self;
               (2)      improving their communication skills, to include:
                        (a)     ensuring ideas are expressed clearly and concisely, both written and
                                orally, in one of Canada‟s official languages; and
                        (b)     assisting them in the preparation of correspondence by editing for:
                                i         compliance with military format and filing procedures;
                                ii        use of conventions of military writing; and
                                iii       content;


         b.    monitor the performance of subordinates by:
               (1)      interviewing, to include:
                        (a)     utilizing interviewing principles and techniques;
                        (b)     providing clear and concise job descriptions;
                        (c)     advising them of established work performance standards; and
                        (d)     providing realistic expectations;



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              (2)     maintaining section personnel records;
              (3)     assessing performance;
              (4)     counseling them on their performance utilizing applicable principles and
                      techniques;
              (5)     providing input to superiors for the ranking of personnel; and
              (6)     writing fully substantiated assessments; and
         c.   ensure the well-being of subordinates by:
              (1)     identifying personal problems and providing assistance, as required, to
                      include:
                      (a)     recognizing and helping them to manage the specific problem and
                              any associated stress;
                      (b)     representing them by seeking support on their behalf;
                      (c)     monitoring their concerns; and
                      (d)     advising them on the Redress of Grievance process;
              (2)     disseminating information to include:
                      (a)     explaining policies, procedures and regulations;
                      (b)     confirming comprehension;
                      (c)     assisting them in the research of information;
                      (d)     informing them of personnel assistance programs; and
                      (e)     providing feedback, where applicable, to the chain of command;
              (3)     motivating personnel, to include:
                      (a)     encouraging subordinates initiatives;
                      (b)     recognizing their achievements:
                              i       promptly;
                              ii      publicly;
                              iii     during interviews and counseling sessions; and/or
                              iv      by pursuing military honours and awards on their behalf;
              (4)     providing a work environment that is conducive to productivity by:
                      (a)     ensuring adherence to risk management programs (General,
                              Environmental & Transport Safety) to include:
                              i       evaluating the workplace for compliance with policies and
                                      regulations; and
                              ii      identifying and resolving safety hazards;
                      (b)     enforcing hygiene and sanitation standards; and
                      (c)     dealing with interpersonal conflicts by:


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                                i       utilizing conflict resolution principles and techniques;
                                ii      identifying potential problems;
                                iii     investigating;
                                iv      taking the necessary steps to resolve conflicts; and
                                v       initiating follow-up action; and
              (5)       recommend administrative sanctions to superiors


         d.            lead a sect in the After Action Review process by applying the following
              steps:
              (1)       Planning;
              (2)       Preparation;
              (3)       Conduct;
              (4)       Following up
              (5)       Conduct a AAR following a mission/task IAW with ref


5. Specific Reference Numbers:
6. Specification Task Numbers: AT005, AT010, , AT035, AT040, AT050, CT005, CT010, ,
CT020, CT025, CT035, DT005, DT020, DT035, FT010, GT005, GT015, JT060, JT070, KT005,
KT010, KT025, LT005, LT040.
7. Specification Supporting Skill and Knowledge Numbers:
         a.   Skill Numbers: AS005, AS010, AS015, AS020, AS025, AS030, AS035, AS040,
              AS045, AS050, AS055, AS060, AS070,AS085, AS115, AS120, AS125, AS150, ,
              AS220, AS225, DS005, DS010, DS020, DS025
         b.   Knowledge Numbers: AK010, AK045, AK050, AK055, AK060, AK065, AK075,
              AK080, AK085, AK090, AK115, AK120, AK135, AK140, AK145, AK150, AK160,
              CK005, CK010, CK015, CK020, CK025, CK035, CK040, CK045, CK050, CK060,
              CK075, CK080, CK085, CK090, CK095, CK100, DK005, DK010, DK015, DK020,
              DK025, GK010, GK050, GK080, GK090, GK105, KK025, KK030, LK005,
              LK015, LK020, MK100, NK025.




4-4/22
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PO 202


1.       Performance. Instruct Drill and Classroom.
2.       Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3.       Conditions.


         a.    Given:


               (1) subordinates;
               (2) mission/tasks;
               (3) supervision;
               (4) assistance as required;
               (5) references; and
               (6) resources as required; and


         b.    Environment. Under any conditions.


4.       Standard. IAW references the candidate shall instruct personnel in classroom and in
         squad/section level drill.
         a.     The trainee shall instruct squad/section level drill at the halt and on the march with and
                without weapons to include:


                (1)     correcting subordinates drills and;
                (2)     instructing drills at a basic level without arms to include:


                        (a)    attention/stand at ease/stand easy;
                        (b)    left/right turn;
                        (c)    about turn;
                        (d)    saluting;
                        (e)    left/right close march;
                        (f)    proving (numbering)
                        (g)    fall in/call the roll;
                        (h)    marching/halting;
                        (i)    inclines at the halt;
                        (j)    remove and replace head dress;


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                              (k)     paces forward and to the rear;
                              (l)     right dress; and
                              (m)     open order march;




                     (3)      addressing training needs, to include:

                              (a)      determining individual requirements;
                              (b)      implementing programs;
                              (c)      instructing to include:

                                       i.       adult learning theory;
                                       ii.      the role of the instructor;
                                       iii.     electronic presentation;
                                       iv.      the problem trainee;
                                       v.       course reporting (an overview);
                                       vi.      lesson planning/preparation; and
                                       vii.     lesson presentation.

                              (d)      monitoring progress;


               (4)         instructing drill at a basic level with arms to include:


                              (a)       attention, stand at ease and stand easy;
                              (b)       shoulder arms;
                              (c)      order arms;
                              (d)      right dress with arms;
                              (e)      saluting at the halt with arms;
                              (f)      ground arms;
                              (g)      take up arms;
                              (h)      present arms; and
                              (i)      shoulder arms from the present.


5.       Specific Reference Numbers.


6.       Specification Task Numbers. FT05, ,KT005,KT025,LT005

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7.       Specification Supporting Skill and Knowledge Numbers:


         a.   Skill Numbers. FS005,FS010,KS005,KS010,KS015,KS020,LS020,FS015L,FS020L,




         b. Knowledge Numbers.
              AK030,FK015,FK020,FK025,KK005,KK010,KK015,KK020,LK010,FK10L




PO 203


1. Performance. Develop Physical Fitness Activities in subordinates.
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions.


         a.   Given:


              (7) subordinates;
              (8) mission/tasks;
              (9) supervision;
              (10) assistance as required;
              (11) references; and
              (12) resources as required; and


         b.   Environment. Under any conditions.




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4. Standard. The trainee shall in accordance with the reference conduct physical fitness activities,
   emphasizing team before self.


         a.     Appropriate and sufficient warm-up for the following activities:


                (3)    Running;
                (4)    Marching; and
                (5)    Circuit training;




         b.     monitoring trainee‟s during the activities; and


         c.     appropriate and sufficient cool-down for the activities.




5. Specific Reference Numbers.




6. Specification Task Numbers. AT045,AT60L,


7. Specification Supporting Skill and Knowledge Numbers:


         a.   Skill Numbers. AS110,




         b.   Knowledge Numbers AK155




4-8/22
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PO 204


1. Performance. Identify measures required to enforce Good Order and Discipline.
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions.


         a.   Given:


              (13) subordinates;
              (14) mission/tasks;
              (15) supervision;
              (16) assistance as required;
              (17) references; and
              (18) resources as required; and


         b.   Environment. Under any conditions.



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4. Standard. IAW references the trainee shall identify measures required to enforce good order and
   discipline by compliance with regulation to include


      d.     Inspecting subordinates‟ personal dress
      e.     Charging a member under the code of service discipline;
      f.     Correcting subordinates by;


             (6)    Advising them of their legal rights under the military justice system;
             (7)    Recommending disciplinary and corrective measures to superiors; and lodging a
                    disciplinary complaint.




5. Specific Reference Numbers.




6. Specification Task Numbers.
   AT015,AT025,CT015,ET005,ET010,ET020,ET035,GT010,ET40L,




7. Specification Supporting Skill and Knowledge Numbers:


      a.    Skill Numbers. AS050




      b.    Knowledge Numbers.
            AK040,EK005,EK010,EK020,EK025,EK030,EK040,EK045,EK050,EK055,EK080,EK0
            90,GK055,GK060,GK070,MK055,MK085,EK15L,EK115L,EK120L




4-10/22
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PO 205
1. Performance: Plan Operations/Activities.
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions:
          a.   Given:
               (1)      missions/task;
               (2)      supervision;
               (3)      assistance as required;
               (4)      resources as required; and
               (5)      references; and
          b.   Environment.     Under any condition.
4. Standard: IAW the specified references the MCpl/MS shall:
          a.   identify the problem;
          b.   complete an estimate as follows:
               (1)      assemble planning information including commanders intent;


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               (2)     complete the mission analysis to identify the aim of the estimate;
               (3)     assess the factors affecting the aim to determine resources required while
                       considering the following:
                       (a)     enemy/threats to the accomplishment of the aim;
                       (b)     ground/infrastructure;
                       (c)     forces/elements supporting the accomplishment of the aim;
                       (d)     meteorology/environmental conditions;
                       (e)     security;
                       (f)     time; and
                       (g)     space;
               (4)     determine the possible courses of action by evaluating the advantages and
                       disadvantages of each course open including estimating the risks of incurring
                       injuries/casualties and/or damaging equipment; and
               (5)     select the best course of action and develop an outline plan;
          c.   prepare plans using appropriate principles of war to include:
               (1)     a mission statement;
               (2)     a brief general concept of the operation;
               (3)     assigning objectives/goals for subordinates/groups of subordinates;
               (4)     assigning resources;
               (5)     planning and scheduling work of subordinates;
               (6)     establishing and assigning work priorities and milestones; and
               (7)     preparing/updating personnel recall lists; and
          d.   prepare an achievable section level operation order in the approved format ensuring
               ideas are expressed clearly and concisely.
          e.   Apply mission command with respect to Comd intent
5. Specific Reference Numbers:
6. Specification Task Numbers: IT005, IT010, IT015, IT025, IT040, JT025, JT030, JT045,
JT055, JT095, LT035.
7. Specification Supporting Skill and Knowledge Numbers:
          a.   Skill Numbers: AS075, AS090, AS135, AS140, AS170, AS180, AS190, AS205,
               AS210, AS215, IS005, OS005; and
          b.   Knowledge Numbers: AK025, AK035, AK100, AK130, IK005, IK010, IK015,
               IK020, JK020, JK040, OK005, OK030, OK035, OK040, OK045.




4-12/22
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PO 206
1. Performance: Conduct Operations/Activities.
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions:
          a.   Given:
               (1)      operation order(s);
               (2)      subordinates;
               (3)      supervision;
               (4)      assistance as required;
               (5)      references; and
               (6)      resources as required; and
          b.   Environment      Under any condition.
4. Standard: IAW the specified references the MCpl/MS shall:
          a.   give oral orders to include:
               (1)      explaining situation/mission/goals to subordinates;
               (2)      assigning personnel to specific tasks;
               (3)      explaining unit work relationships and reporting lines;
               (4)      coordinating and providing resources; and
               (5)      confirming subordinates understanding;
          b.   implement the plan to include:
               (1)      monitoring and supervising activities;
               (2)      assessing workload of subordinates;
               (3)      evaluating compliance with standards or criteria;
               (4)      avoiding unnecessary risks;
               (5)      enforcing security procedures;
               (6)      enforcing adherence to environmental protection regulations;
               (7)      ensuring subordinates adhere to the CF Code of Conduct principles IAW the
                        Law of Armed Conflict; and
               (8)      ensuring compliance with the rules of engagement;
          c.   determine the impact of change on operations/activities to include:
               (1)      identifying problems;
               (2)      carrying out risk assessment;
               (3)      assessing impact of changes in resource allocations;



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               (4)     determining alternative courses of action;
               (5)     resolving work production problems; and
               (6)     implementing change to work procedures as required;
          d.   provide brief, clear and concise oral situation/progress reports, including
               familiarizing new superiors to the organization;
          e.   guide a group discussion by:
               (1)     providing a topic for discussion;
               (2)     directing research of the topic, as required; and
               (3)     ensuring group participation by:
                       (a)     asking leading questions;
                       (b)     posing controversial points of view; and
                       (c)     challenging their proposals; and
          f.   provide recommendations to higher authority to include:
               (1)     methods for improving efficiency;
               (2)     improvements to work procedures;
               (3)     solutions to problems;
               (4)     advice on setting priorities;
               (5)     input to plans, including business plans; and
               (6)     information for operation orders.
5. Specific Reference Numbers:
6. Specification Task Numbers: AT055, IT020, IT030, JT005, JT010, JT015, JT020, JT040,
JT050, JT065, JT075, JT080, JT090, LT010, LT050, OT010, RT020.
7. Specification Supporting Skill and Knowledge Numbers:
          a.   Skill Numbers: AS065, AS080, AS125, AS155, AS160, AS165, AS170, AS180,
               AS195, AS200, AS210, AS215, AS220, LS010, LS015, OS005; and
          b.   Knowledge Numbers: AK025, AK070, AK100, AK110, AK130, GK125, HK030,
               HK035, HK050, JK005, JK055, JK060, LK025, RK005, RK015, RK030.




4-14/22
                                                                                                Pam Number


PO 207
1. Performance: Lead a Section in Offensive Operations
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions:
          a.   Given:
               (1)      operation order
               (2)      subordinates;
               (3)      references; and
               (4)      resources as required; and
          b.   Denied: Nil
          c.   Environment: Under any conditions.
4. Standard: IAW the specified references (309-3) the Combat leader shall:
          a.   Apply the fundamentals of the section in the offence within the platoon context;
          b.   Lead the section in offensive operations IAW Ref, in a platoon context to include
               (1)      Understanding the section commanders responsibilities in the offence;
               (2)      The conduct of section battle procedure;
               (3)      Employment of sect formations;
               (4)      Advance to contact and quick attack employing sect battle drills; and
          c.   Enforce march discipline within the sect;
          d.   Indicate targets and control sect weapons fire
          e.   Conduct sect administration in offensive operations to include:
               (1)      Supervise tactical feeding;
               (2)      Supervise resupply of the sect;
               (3)      Enforce the rules of field hygiene and sanitation;
               (4)      Organize casualty evacuation;
               (5)      Supervise the care and maintenance of sect and personal equipment
               (6)      Administer the personnel services support system
5. Specified Reference Numbers: A5,A27, B-GL-304-002/PT-Z05 Basic Cold Weather Trg
6. Specification Task Numbers: AT 60L, JT 110L
7. Supporting Skill and Knowledge Specification Numbers:
          a.   Skills: AS45L, AS230L, AS235L
          b.   Knowledge: CK 105L, CK110L, JK 95L, JK90L, JK100L, JK 105L, JK 125L, JK
               130L, PK 20L, PK 335L



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8. Trg Considerations:
          a.   Section attack shall be practiced on simulation prior to field exercise; and
          b.   Section attack demo shall be conducted prior to field exercise;
          c.   Theory of Offensive operations should be considered for distance learning package;
               and
          d.   The knowledge elements JK95L, JK90L, JK100L, JK105L, JK125L, PK20L,
               PK335L, CK105L, CK110L, apply to PO‟s 206,207 and 208. However are better
               taught in / under PO 207 Defensive Operations




4-16/22
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PO 208
1. Performance: Lead a Section in defensive Operations
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions:
          a.   Given:
               (1)      operation order;
               (2)      subordinates;
               (3)      references; and
               (4)      resources as required, to include prepared defensive position; and
          b.   Denied: nil
          c.   Environment: Under any conditions.
4. Standard: IAW the specified references (309-4) the Combat leader shall:
          a.   Apply the fundamentals of the section defence within a platoon context;
          b.   Lead the section in defensive operations in a platoon context by;
               (1)      understanding the section commanders responsibilities in the defence;
               (2)      conducting section battle procedure IAW Ref A23; and
               (3)      conducting section defensive operations IAW Ref A23
          c.   Post sentries IAW Ref A23.
          d.   Supervise preparation of range cards IAW Ref A 35, A36
          e.   Conduct sect administration in the field to include:
               (1)      Supervise tactical feeding;
               (2)      Supervise resupply of the sect;
               (3)      Enforce the rules of field hygiene and sanitation;
               (4)      Organize casualty evacuation;
               (5)      Supervise the care and maintenance of sect and personal equipment
               (6)      Administer the personnel services support system
5. Specified Reference Numbers: A5, Field Craft, Warrior Programme, Sustainment
6. Specification Task Numbers: JT115L, PT125L.
7. Supporting Skill and Knowledge Specification Numbers:
          a.   Skills: AS45L, AS230L, AS235L
          b.   Knowledge: CK 105L, CK110L, JK90L, JK 95L, JK100L, JK 105L, JK 125L, JK
               130L, JK140L, PK 20L, PK 335L, PK385L.




4-17/22
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8. Trg Considerations:
          a.   This PO to be conducted as part of a field trg exercise.




4-18/22
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PO 209
1. Performance: Lead a Dismounted Reconnaissance Patrol.
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions:
          a.    Given:
                (1)        tactical scenario,
                (2)        patrol orders,
                (3)        fighting order,
                (4)        training area,
                (5)        blank ammunition and pyrotechnics,
                (6)        night surveillance equipment,
                (7)        IMPs or LRPs,
                (8)        navigational aides: map, compass, GPS,
                (9)        weapons effects simulation,
                (10)       enemy, and
                (11)       subordinates.
          b.    Denied: Nil
          c.    Environment: Under any conditions.
4. Standard: The combat leader shall lead a 3 to 5 member point reconnaissance patrol IAW the
refs (309-4) to include:
          a.    conduct patrol battle procedure;
          b.    apply patrol procedures;
          c.    perform patrol commander‟s responsibilities;
5. Specific Reference Numbers: A5, A27, B-GL-309-004/FT-001 Patrolling.
6. Specification Task Numbers: JT150L
7. Supporting Skill and Knowledge Specification Numbers:
          a.    Skills: JS5L, JS10L, AS45L, AS230L, AS235L
          b.    Knowledge: JK90L, JK95L, JK100L, JK105L, JK180L, JK 90L, PK20L, PK335L,
                CK105L,
8. Training Considerations:
          a.    enemy will be targetry or personnel; and
          b.    demonstration of a recce patrol to be given prior to field trg and
          c.    maximum use should be made of weapons effects simulation.



4-19/22
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PO 210
1. Performance: Enforce Field and Range Safety
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Conditions:
          a.    Given:
                (1)      A conventional range;
                (2)      OIC/RSO;
                (3)      Applicable orders, regulations, publications and instructors; and
                (4)      Applicable range stores, weapons, ammunition, and equipment.
4. Standard: IAW references the Combat Leader will perform range staff duties on a conventional
range to include:
          a.    NCO background activity;
          b.    Ammunition NCO;
          c.    Butts NCO; and
          d.    Assistant Range Safety Officer.
5. Specific Reference Numbers: A12, A13, A17, A33 and applicable RSO‟s.
6. Specification Task Numbers: PT145L
7. Supporting Skills and Knowledge Specification Task Numbers:
          a.    skills: PS65L / PS85L
          b.    knowledge: PK65L, PK325L, PK330L and PK40L
8. Training Considerations:
          a.    This PO should be considered for modularization and delivered at unit or formation
                level.
          b.    The Combat leader shall be assessed in the performance of range staff duties IAW
                refs as ARSO and in one of the other functions listed in the standard.
          c.    This PO may be conducted in conjunction with IBTS during conventional range
                practices. This method of delivery and maximum use of weapons simulation will
                conserve resources.




4-20/22
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EDO 211
1. Objective: Describe Land Force operations.
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve
3. Condition: Given via a video lecture, CD or the Internet.
4. Standard: The leader shall:
          a.    explain Land Force tactical doctrine to include:
                (1)     describing the spectrum of conflict;
                (2)     identifying the operational environment;
                (3)     identifying the operations of war;
                (4)     describing Land Force formations and capabilities; and
                (5)     identifying combat power;
          b.    define the impact of technology on Land Force operations;
          c.    define the principles of electronic warfare to include:
                (1)     citing the background, scope and definitions of electronic warfare; and
                (2)     discussing the Threat.
5. References: A3 Chapter 1 (pages 1-1 to 1-8) and Chapter 2, B-GL-354-001/FP-001 Tactical
Electronic Warfare, Chapter 1, Sections 1 and 2.
6. Specification Knowledge Numbers: HK60L, HK65L and HK75L.
7. Curriculum Considerations: This professional military education can be delivered via video
lecture, CD or the Internet. The leader must understand definitions and basic concepts of Land Force
tactical doctrine. Also, the leader must have an awareness of the basic definitions and concepts
associated with the impact of technology on Land Force operations and the principles of electronic
warfare. Note that there is no Canadian military manual in existence that could be used as a reference
for “defining the impact of technology on Land Force operations”. However, this EdO could be
developed from lectures that are given during the Introductory Phase of the Land Force Technical
Staff Course or they could be developed from information contained in the Royal Military College‟s
HIE 474 Course – Military Technology: Man, Machines and War.




4-21/22
                                                                                           Pam Number


EDO 212
1. Objective: Understand Land Force training.
2. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
3. Condition: Given via a video lecture, CD or the Internet.
4. Standard: The leader shall:
          a.    describe the NCMGS and the Land Environmental Specifications to include:
                (1)    understanding general concepts of the NCMGS;
                (2)    explaining NCM military and professional development;
                (3)    understanding the Land environmental requirements; and
          b.    define the Army System Approach to Training (ASAT) to include reviewing the aim
                and purpose of training.
5. References: A-PD-055-002/PP-002 NCMGS, Sections 1, 2 and 4, A9 Chapter 1 and Chapter 3
(pages 3-2 to 3-3).
6. Specification Knowledge Numbers: GK150L and KK35L.
7. Curriculum Considerations: This professional military education can be delivered via video
lecture, CD or the Internet. The leader must understand definitions and basic concepts of the NCMGS
and the Land Environmental Specifications. Also, the leader must have an awareness of the basic
definitions and concepts associated with the Army System Approach to Training (ASAT).
8. Training Considerations: This material is closely linked to the CF TP EO 201.08




4-22/22
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EDO 213
OBJECTIVE: UNDERSTANDING CANADA’S ARMY.
1. Applicable to: Regular / Reserve Essential
2. Condition: Given via a video lecture, CD or the Internet.
3. Standard: The leader shall:
          a.   explain the relationship between ethics and Army leadership to include:
               (1)     discussing the concept of ethical reasoning;
               (2)     knowing the ethical rules appropriate to the Army
               (3)     developing and evaluating courses of action; and
               (4)     choosing an ethical course of action
          b.   describe the relationship between the ethical values of Canadian society and the role
               of the Army in a constitutional democracy;
          c.   describe the Army ethos to include:
               (1)     stating the values, attitudes and behaviour expected of Army NCMs;
               (2)     defining Army core values; and
               (3)     describing the relationship between values and leadership.
          d.   examine the history of the Canadian Army (Regular and Reserve) to include:
               (1)     reviewing its role in war and peace;
               (2)     exploring its evolution; and
               (3)     identifying its origin;
          e.   demonstrate an understanding of Army customs and traditions;
          f.   explain basic Army leadership theory to include:
               (1)     leadership traits;
               (2)     leadership principles;
               (3)     what is meant by the term “combat leadership”;
               (4)     concept of the “care of subordinates”;
               (5)     “Mission-Team-Self” and
               (6)     issues of character (values and attributes).
          g.   identifying general responsibilities of officers and NCMs in enforcing discipline as it
               applies to the understanding of liability and military ethos;
          h.   discussing the profession of arms to include:
               (1)     the moral and physical components of the Army; and
               (2)     understanding command and its associated duties;
4. References: A21 Chapters 1 and 2, A25

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5. Specification Knowledge Numbers: AK175L, AK180L, BK45L, BK50L, BK55L, BK60L,
EK115L and EK120L.
6. Curriculum Considerations: This professional military education can be delivered via video
lecture, CD or the Internet. The leader must understand the basis of the knowledge taught during this
lesson.




4-24/22
                                                                                     A-PD-002-PLQ/PC-H12
ANNEX A
To Army NCMDP 2 QS
Dated 30 Jun 00
NCM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM CORE THEME DEFINITIONS
1. In the military context, a professional body of knowledge is an integration of knowledge and
skills, which are common to Canadian society in general and the knowledge and skills unique to the
Canadian Forces NCM in war and peace. The professional body of knowledge is contained within
the members of the CF and the institutions and facilities which impart this knowledge. Accordingly,
the professional body of knowledge is a dynamic entity, always growing, always revising and never
stagnant.
2. Within the Canadian Forces professional body of knowledge, the following are the generally
accepted definitions of the eight identified NCMPDS Core Themes:
        a.        LEADERSHIP: Leadership is the art of influencing human behaviour so as to
                  accomplish a mission in the manner desired by the leader;
        b.        FOLLOWERSHIP: Followership is the art of adapting one‟s individual behaviour
                  through judicious application of loyalty, faith and obedience;
        c.        COMMUNICATIONS: Communication involves the direct or indirect exchange of
                  information or expression of thought, in a way that conveys meaning;
        d.        ETHICS: Ethics is defined as moral principles and rules of conduct. As members of
                  the Canadian Forces, liable to an ultimate sacrifice, and as employees of the
                  Department of National Defence having special obligations to Canada, we are
                  dedicated to our duty and committed to obey and support lawful authority, serve
                  Canada before self, and respect the dignity of all persons. Guided by these three
                  fundamental principles, we act in accordance with the following ethical obligations
                  as outlined in the “Statement of Defence Ethics”:
                  (1)     Loyalty: We dedicate ourselves to Canada. We are loyal to our superiors
                          and faithful to our subordinates and colleagues;
                  (2)     Honesty: We honour the trust placed upon us. We value truth and candour,
                          and act with integrity at all times;
                  (3)     Courage: We face challenges, whether physical or moral, with
                          determination and strength of character;
                  (4)     Diligence: We undertake all tasks with dedication and perseverance. We
                          recognize our duty to perform with competence and to strive for excellence;
                  (5)     Fairness: We are equitable in our dealings with others. We are just in our
                          decisions and actions; and
                  (6)     Responsibility: We accept our responsibilities and the consequences of our
                          actions;
        e.        ETHOS: Ethos is defined as the spirit or attitudes that characterise a community,
                  people or system. The following statement of Canadian Military Ethos was
                  published by ADM (Per) in the fall of 1997, in a document entitled “The Ethos of the
                  Canadian Forces”. The accepted version of this Ethos is:
                  (1)     The Canadian Forces is a military organization dedicated to the service of
                          Canada and the defence of Canadians. It is a volunteer institution with a


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                          proud history, built through the sacrifices of the hundreds of thousands of
                          Canadian men and women who have served their country in uniform for
                          more than a century. It possesses a unique readiness and capacity to serve
                          Canada, in peace and in war, at home and abroad.
                  (2)     The men and women who make up the Forces come from all parts of our
                          country. Their strength is drawn from our two official languages and the
                          many different ethnic and cultural communities in Canada. They understand
                          and respect the same values that their fellow Canadians hold dear - fairness,
                          integrity and respect for the rule of law. They also know that the profession
                          of arms places special reliance on duty, honour, loyalty, discipline, courage,
                          dedication and teamwork, without which no military organization can be
                          effective.
                  (3)     The men and women of the Canadian Forces are committed to fulfilling, to
                          the very best of their abilities, their mission as defined by the Government of
                          Canada. They share a commitment to integrity and excellence in everything
                          they do as members of the Forces. They know that the unique demands of the
                          military profession can only be met through leadership and conduct based on
                          respect for people.
                  (4)     Members of the Canadian Forces are accountable to their superiors up the
                          chain of command that leads ultimately to the Minister and the Government
                          of Canada. Like all who have served their country, their vocation as
                          servicemen and women obliges them to act in a way that meets the highest
                          expectations and standards of Canadians.
                  (5)     The men and women of the Canadian Forces constitute a proud and
                          distinctive community within the Canadian family. They go forth to do their
                          duty for Canada, prepared if necessary to make the ultimate sacrifice,
                          because they are confident in the values of Canadians and the purposes for
                          which their service is rendered.
                               SERVICE - HONOUR – COMMITMENT
                    We serve Canada and Canadians on the land, at sea and in the air
                  We take pride in our unique contribution to our country and its people
                  We are committed to the peace and security of our nation and its allies
                        We honour the sacrifice of those who have gone before us
                                We are dedicated to those who will follow
        f.        HISTORY: History is past events, many of which have military significance for use
                  in comparison and application in modern situations;
        g.        MANAGEMENT: Management is the science of employing personnel and
                  resources in the economical and effective accomplishment of a mission; and
        h.        TECHNOLOGY: Technology is defined as the science of practical or industrial
                  arts. As members of the CF, we are required to have an awareness of evolving



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                  technologies as they may apply to doctrine, tactics, equipment and how we will fight
                  the next war.




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dated 30 Jun 00
PRIMARY LEADERSHIP REFERENCE
 A1      Chapter 3 Command & Control
         http://kingston.dwan.dnd.ca.pubs/books/322%desries/b-gl-322-004
 A2      B-GL-300-003/FP-000 Command
 A3      A-PD-131-001/PT-001 Junior Leader Manual
 A4      A-PD-131-002/PT-001 Professional Officer
 A5      B-GL-309-003/FT-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle A23
 A6      A-SJ-100-001/AS-000 Security Orders for the CF
 A7      A-GA-135-001/AA-001 Flight Safety for the CF
 A8      CFAO 36-19 Local Procurement of Materiel and Services
 A9      B-GA-400-000/AF-000 Out of the Sun: Air Force Doctrine
 A10     B-GG-005-004/AF-000 CF Operations Manual
 A11     B-GG-005-027/AF-000 The Law of Armed Conflict at the Operational and Tactical level
 A12     QR&O Vol I Administration
 A13     Dispatches Vol 6 No. 2 The CF Code of Conduct
 A14     Dispatches Vol 4 No. 2 The Law of Armed Conflict Peace Support Operations and You
 A15     CPAO 2-32 Scales of Entitlement
 A16     A-LM-181-005/JS-001 Standard Supply Instruction Chap 1
 A17     B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide Memoire
 A18     A-PD-006-001/PT-000 Management, by JAF Stoner 4th edition
 A19     A-AD-121-C01/FP-000 Staff Writing Procedures for the DND and the CF
 A20     DIS Fin CS ROD
         Chap 2 – Mandate + Structure of DND
         http://131.134.220.99/admfins/finance/rcmg_fa/chap02.htm
 A21     B-GL-300-000/FP-000 Canada‟s Army: We Stand on Guard for Thee A1
 A22     Ethos and Values in the CF – A report to the PM (by the Hon D Young) 25 Mar 1997
 A23     A-P8-002-JLC/PC-H02 Qualification Standard: Non Commissioned Member – DP2
         Primary Leader Training
 A24     A-PD-201-000/PT-000 Canadian Forces Manual of Drill and Ceremonial
 A25     A-JS-007-002/JD-001 Customs & Traditions of the Canadian Forces by EC Russell
 A26     A-AD-262-000/AG-000 Mess Administration
 A27     A-MO-007-149/AG-002 Supervisor‟s Role in Dealing with Alcohol Misuse
 A28     A-AD-024-001/AG-001 Guide for Supervisors in the CF
 A29     R-PM-066-000/PG-Z00 Supervisor‟s Guide to Managing Stress


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 A30     Stress Management in Operations
         http://kingston.dwan.dnd.ca/allc/english/products/dispatch/3-21/disc323ce.htm
 A31     A-MD-007-144/JD-004 Preparing for Critical Incident Stress
 A32     CFAO 19-21 CF Drug Control Program
 A33     CFAO 19-31 Misuse of Alcohol
 A34     A-AD-121-F01/JX-000 CF Manual of Abbreviations
 A35     A-AD-D10-001/AX-000 File Classification Manual
 A36     A-AD-121-P01/JX-003 The Little Brown Handbook 1st Canadian Edition
 A37     ISBN 0-929006-68-2 Military First Aid Book
 A38     CFAO 34-55 Management of CIS in the CF
 A39     Military Justice at the Summary Trial Level Version 1.1
 A40     5200-1 (COMD LFC) 7 Mar 97 Discipline Responsibilities of Officers and NCMs
 A41     QR&O Vol II Disciplinary
 A42     Junior Leadership Student Handbook
 A43     CFAO 18-01 – 18-29 Honours
 A44     CFAO 19-32 Redress of Grievance
 A45     CFAO 26-17 Recorded Warning and C&P
 A46     CFAO 15-2 Release (Regular)
 A47     CFAO 49-11 Terms of Service (Reserve)
 A48     Defence Ethics Program Implementation Handbook Sect 3.7 Version 3, 9 Feb 98
 A49     The Leader: A guide to being a Successful Non-Commissioned Officer in the Army; Land
         Force Central Area
 A50     DIN Regulations, Orders and Directives http://131.134.220.99/admfin//ottrs_e.htm
 A51     A-P9-000-013/PT-000 Preparation and Conduct of Interviews in Training
 A52     A-PC-268-000/JS-000 (a) Canadian Forces Personnel Appraisal System –Handbook and
         Software http://www.dnd.ca/hr/dpca/cfpas/engraph/faq_e.asp
 A53     A-PD-050-001/PG-002 Officer Professional Development Program Students Study Guide
         OPDP 2 General Service Knowledge 1998/99
 A54     Ombudsman – National Defence and Canadian Forces
         http://ombudsman.mil.ca/english/mandate_e.htm
 A55     VCDS – NDHQ Organization Chart
         http://vcds.dwan.dnd.ca/dgsp/dfppc/orgchart/cds_dm_e.asp
 A56     Canadian Forces Air Wings 1 Canadian Air Division 1998
 A57     Navy: Maritime Forces Pacific http://www.marpac.dnd.ca/fleet/fleet.html



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 A58     QR&O 19-26 Redress of Grievance
 A59     QR&O 19-27 Rules for Stating Grievances
 A60     Naval Reserve of Canada: Organization
         http://www.navreslq.queb.dnd.ca/or6/estab_e.htm
 A61     DND/CF Human Resources: DRET http://hr.dwan.dnd.ca/dret/engraph/home_e.shtm
 A62     DND/CF DGMC http://hrdwan.dnd.ca/dgmc/engraph/index_e.asp
 A63     A-GG-040-001/AG-001 DND General Safety Program - Policy & Program
 A64     A-GG-040-002/AG-001 - Form CF 663 Completion & Coding
 A65     A-GG-040-003/AG-001 General Safety Program – General Safety Training
 A66     CFAO 66-1 General Safety Program
 A67     CFAO 19-39 Personal Harassment
 A68     CFAO 19-40 Human Rights Discrimination
 A69     CFAO 19-43 Human Rights Racist Conduct
 A70     SHARP Individual Leadership ftp://131.134.0.39/profdiv/sharp/indled_e.pdf
 A71     A-AE-000-001/AG-E00 Guide to Divisional System
 A72     Dispatches Vol 5, No 2 Mixed Gender in Leadership
 A73     A-PC-268-000/JS-000 (b) CFPAS Word Picture Book
 A74     The Canadian Forces Chaplaincy 1 Oct 97,
         http://131.134.98.172/dgpa/backgrounder/adm%20per/bg-97102_e.htm
 A75     A-P9-000-006/PT-000 Writing Performance Objectives
 A76     Office consolidation CHRA http://131.134.192.196/lsemat/ha/act.htm
 A77     DAOD 5038-2 (Draft) Non-Commissioned Members Professional Development System
 A78     DAOD 5031-1 Canadian Forces Military Equivalencies Program
         http://131.134.220.991/admfincg/subjects/daod/5031/iintro_e.htm
 A79     QR&O 6.01 Enrolment & Re-engagement
 A80     A-PM-245-001/FP-Z02 Military Personnel Information System: Unit Employment Record
         Guide
 A81     CFAO 26-12 Canadian Forces Course Reporting System
 A82     A-P9-000-001/PT-000 CFITES
 A83     ACO 9-47-5 On job training
 A84     Quality of Life http://hr.dwan.dnd.ca/qol/engraph/qolintro_e.htm
 A85     A-P9-000-009/PT-000 Instructional Techniques
 A86     CFDTC Instructional Technique Trainee‟s Manual
 A87     A-PD-005-001/PT-000 Management of Organizational Behaviour 6thedition



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Land force Referances – ( PO 204-209, and all EdO‟s)
A3      B-GL-300-002/FP-000 Land Force Tactical Doctrine
A9      B-GL-300-008 Training
A12     B-GL-317-018/PT-001 Wpns, Vol 18, Rifle 5.56mm C7 /Carbine 5.56mm C8
A13     B-GL-317-019/PT-001 Wpns, Vol 19, Light Machine Gun 5.56mm C9
A17     B-GL-382-002/FP-001, Shoot to Live
A27     B-GL-381-008/FP-001 Infantry Battle Task Standards
A33     CFP 381(1) Provisional Range and Training Safety
Army Lessons Learned Vol 6, No 3, After Action Review Process
B-GL-304-002/PT-Z05 Warrior Program Handbook
B-GL-300-004/FP-001 Sustainment
B-GL-354-001/FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare
APD-055-002/PP-002 NCMGS
B-OL-318-001/PT-001 Military Trg, Vol 1, Fieldcraft
B-GL-309-004/FT-001 Patrolling
B-GL-321-008/FP-001 Basic Cold Weather Training
NOTES BOLD REFERENCES NUMBERS REFER TO ARMY DP1 REF LIST, ITALICS
REFERENCES NOT PREVIOUSLY REFERRED TOO.




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PRIMARY LEADERSHIP REFERENCE
 C1      ISBN 0-13-548421-9 Management 5th Edition (Stoner/Freeman)
 C2      ISBN 0-7863-0303-4 Managing in The Age of Change: Ritvo, Litwin, Butler
 C3      ISBN 0-662-60282-1 A Self-Help Guide to Mentoring, Minister of Supply & Services
         Canada
 C4      ISBN 0-938529-02-1 Successful Manager‟s Handbook
 C5      ISBN 0-17-616544-4 Managing Human Resources, 2nd Canadian Edition
 C6      Re-engineering Process for Competitive Advantage
 C7      ISBN 0-13-244112-8 Management of Organizational Behavior Seventh Edition
 C8      Speaking Effectively, A Guide for Air Force Speakers, John A Kline
 C9      ISBN 1-57675-034-5 Managers as Mentors by Chip R Bell
 C10     ISBN 0-919614-81-7 Mediating Interpersonal & Small Group Conflict




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COMMON NCMGS AND LES DP2 TRAIN/NO TRAIN MATRIX
CF
Serial Statement                                                                                            Related    NT Reason
                                                                                                            Pos
AT005    Lead subordinates                                                                                  201
AT010    Develop subordinates                                                                               201
AT015    Enforce good order and discipline                                                                  204
AT025    Recommend corrective measures to superiors                                                         204
AT035    Acknowledge subordinates achievements                                                              201
AT040    Develop mental stamina of subordinates                                                             201
AT045    Develop physical fitness of subordinates                                                           203
AT050    Enforce Risk Management Programs                                                                   201
AT055    Familiarize new superiors to the organization                                                      206
CT005    Ensure well being of subordinates                                                                  201
CT010    Interview personnel                                                                                201
CT015    Take action with respect to an individual with a suspected alcohol or substance abuse problem      201
CT020    Identify an individual with personal problems                                                      201
CT025    Resolve interpersonal conflicts                                                                    201
CT035    Enforce hygiene and sanitation standards                                                           201
DT005    Provide subordinates with realistic expectations                                                   201
DT010    Set personal priorities                                                                                       PT/E
DT015    Assess suitability of personnel                                                                               E
DT020    Determine individual training and education requirements                                           201
DT025    Assess performance of subordinates                                                                 201
DT035    Provide input to unit/section ranking of personnel                                                 201
ET005    Advise a subordinate of their legal rights under the military justice system                       204
ET015    Recommend disciplinary measures to superiors                                                       204
ET024    Charge a member under Code of Service Discipline                                                   204
ET041    Lodge a disciplinary complaint                                                                     204
FT005    Perform drill                                                                                                 PT/RT


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FT010    Conduct drill                                                            202
GT005    Maintain personnel files                                                 201
GT010    Provide Redress of Grievance assistance                                  204
GT015    Recommend administrative sanctions for subordinates                      201
IT005    Plan military activities                                                 205
IT010    Prepare a military estimate                                              205
IT015    Establish priorities                                                     205
IT020    Provide input to plans                                                   206
IT025    Prepare operation orders                                                 205
IT030    Provide information for military operational orders                      206
IT035    Provide advice on operation orders, plans, standards and objectives                 E
IT040    Prepare plans                                                            205
JT005    Conduct operations/activities                                            206
JT010    Give oral orders                                                         206
JT015    Apply the CF Code of Conduct principles IAW Law of Armed Conflict        206
JT020    Provide resources to accomplish an assigned task, job, or project        206
JT025    Assign resources to activities                                           205
JT030    Prepare/update personnel recall lists                                    205
JT035    Determine the impact of taskings on day to day operations                           E
JT040    Resolve work production problems                                         206
JT045    Establish/assign work priorities                                         205
JT050    Facilitate unit work relationships and reporting lines                   206
JT055    Establish milestones for project/group activities                        205
JT060    Evaluate workplace for compliance with policies and regulations          201
JT065    Implement change to work procedures                                      206
JT070    Establish work performance standards                                     201
JT075    Give oral feedback to superiors                                          206
JT080    Evaluate inspection reports to determine action required                 206
JT090    Assess workload of subordinates                                          206
JT095    Request resources to accomplish assigned work                            205
KT005    Instruct personnel                                                       201


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KT010    Implement training programs                                  201
KT025    Monitor training progress of personnel                       201
LT005    Disseminate information                                      201
LT010    Present briefings                                            206
LT025    Liaise with other unit/sections on work-related matters                 E
LT030    Respond to media inquiries                                              PT/E/RT
LT035    Prepare written military correspondence                      205
LT040    File records and correspondence                              201
LT045    Operate a computer                                                      RT/E/SD
LT050    Guide group discussion                                       206
OT005    Identify production problems and backlogs                               E
OT010    Provide input into business plans                            206
PT005    Maintain personal physical fitness                                      SD
PT010    Fire personal weapon                                                    RT
PT015    Maintain personal weapon                                                RT
PT020    Inspect personal weapons                                                PT
PT030    Communicate using radios                                                PT/E
PT035    Perform immediate action drill for NBC                                  RT
PT040    Conduct individual NBCD drills                                          RT
PT045    Maintain personal NBCD protective equipment                             RT
PT050    Detect biological and chemical agents                                   RT
PT055    Perform simple NBCD monitoring                                          RT
PT060    Monitor NBC exposure                                                    RT
PT065    Administer first aid                                                    RT
PT070    Perform artificial respiration                                          RT
PT075    Perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)                            RT
PT085    Prevent fires                                                           RT
PT090    Extinguish fires                                                        RT
RT005    Perform security checks of work areas                                   E
RT010    Stand dutywatch                                                         PT/E
RT015    Secure/lock up work areas                                               PT/E


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RT020 Enforce security procedures                                                  206
LES
SERIAL      PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENT                    REG F                       T     NT   Reason/Explanation
                                                       Pt Cp MC Sg WO MW CW
                                                       e l pl t       O O

              A - LEADERSHIP IN PEACE AND WAR


A T 60L       Enforce march discipline                         *   *   *   *   *   T
A T 65L       Conduct physical fitness training                *   *   *   *   *         NT   Cover by CF
A T 70L       Supervise physical fitness training              *   *   *   *   *         NT   Cover by CF
A T 75L       Enforce General Safety                   *   *   *   *   *   *   *         NT   Cover by CF


A S 10L       Correcting subordinates                          2   3   3   3   4         NT   Cover by CF
A S 30L       Negotiating                                      2   3   3   3   3         NT   Cover by CF
A S 35L       Applying ethical principles and values   1   1   2   3   3   3   4         NT   Cover by CF
A S 40L       Applying principles of leadership                2   3   3   3   4         NT   Cover by CF
A S 45L       Promoting team before self               1   2   3   3   3   3   4   T          L3 achieved thru crse
                                                                                              assessments
A S 50L       Maintaining discipline                   1   1   2   3   3   3   4         NT   Cover by CF
A S 55L       Recognizing stress                       1   1   2   2   3   3   3         NT   Cover by CF
A S 60L       Representing ones' subordinates                  2   3   3   3   4         NT   Cover by CF
A S 145L      Developing concepts                                  1   2   2   2
A S 230L      Applying army ethical principles and     1   1   2   3   3   4   4   T


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              values
A S 235L      Applying army leadership in peace and war           2   3   3   3   4   T
A S 240L      Supervising physical fitness training               2   3   3   3   3       NT   Cover by CF
A S 245L      Conducting physical fitness training                2   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover by CF
A S 250L      Plan and organize physical fitness                  2   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover by CF PSP
              training


A K 170L      Army etiquette                                      2   2   2   3   3       NT   Experience/unit responsibility
A K 175L      Army leadership theory                              2   2   2   2   3   T
A K 180L      Ethics of army leadership                           2   2   2   2   3   T


              B - MILITARY ETHOS


B K 40L       Relationship between society and the army 1     1   1   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover in CF
B K 45L       History of the Canadian army                1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
B K 50L       Army customs and traditions                 1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
B K 55L       Army ethos                                  2   2   3   3   3   3   3   T
B K 60L       Role of the army in a Consititutional       1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
              Democracy


              C - WELL BEING OF SUBORDINATES


C K 105L      Personnel services support System           1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T



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C K 110L      Health service support System             1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T


              D - ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK


D S 25L       Identifying subordinates strengths and            2   2   2   3   3       NT   IN CF portion gained through
              weaknesses                                                                     experience


              E - LEGAL ASPECTS OF DISCIPLINE


E T 40L       Enforce unit discipline                           *   *   *   *   *       NT   Cover D/Law trg


E K 15L       Code of Service Discipline                1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover D/Law trg and further
                                                                                             experience
E K 115L      Officer responsibities in enforcing       1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
              discipline
E K 120L      NCM responsibilities in enforcing         1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
              discipline


              F - DRILL AND CEREMONIAL


F S 15L       Correcting drill                                  2   2   3   3   3       NT   Covered in CF QS
F S 20L       Instructing drill                                 2   2   3   3   3       NT   Covered in CF QS


F K 10L       Ceremonial, drill and parade procedures   1   1   2   2   2   3   3       NT   MCPL not responsible for


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                                                                                             Ceremonial


              G - PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND
              ADMINISTRATION


G T 30L       Prepare parade states/manning reports                 *   *   *   *


G K 150L      NCMGS / Land environmental specifications 1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
G K 155L      NCM Professional Development System       1   1   1   1   1   1   1       NT   Covered in CF,   PD and SD


              H - DOCTRINE AND TECHNOLOGY


H K 30L       Law of Armed Conflict                     2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover by CF
H K 60L       Land Force Tactical Doctrine                      2   2   2   2   2   T
H K 65L       Impact of technology on land operations           1   1   1   1   1   T
H K 75L       Principles of electronic warfare (the             1   1   1   1   1   T
              threat)


              I - PLANNING


I K 25L       The combat estimate                               2   2   2   2   2       NT   Covered in CF PO 203/Eo 203.02


              J - CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS/ACTIVITIES



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J T 85L       Evaluate the performance of the group           *   *   *   *   *   T
              against established standards
J T 105L      Conduct battle procedure                        *   *   *   *   *   T
J T 110L      Participate in offensive operations     *   *   *   *   *   *   *   T
J T 115L      Participate in defensive operations     *   *   *   *   *   *   *   T
J T 120L      Participate in delay operations         *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
J T 125L      Participate in unique operations        *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
J T 130L      Participate in transitional phases      *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
J T 135L      Participate in domestic operations      *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
J T 140L      Participate in operations in specific   *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
              environments
J T 145L      Conduct after action review (AAR)               *   *   *   *   *   T
J T 150L      Patrol                                  *   *   *   *   *   *   *   T


J S 5L        Implement battle procedure                      2   2   2   2   2   T
J S 10L       Patrolling                              2   2   2   2   2   2   2   T
J S 15L       Moving tactically(dismounted)           2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                           Experience
J S 20L       Mission Analysis                        2   2   2   2   2   2   2   T


J K 5L        Reports and returns                     1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                           Experience
J K 10L       Operational logs                        1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and


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J K 15L       Rules of conduct following capture         2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                              Experience
J K 85L       Combat functions                           1   1   1   1   1   1   1       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                              Experience
J K 90L       Conduct of section operations              1   1   2                   T
J K 95L       Conduct of platoon operations              1   1   1                   T
J K 100L      Section commander' responsibilities in             2   2   2           T
              operations
J K 105L      Replenishment system                       1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J K 115L      Land equipment management system           1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Experience
J K 125L      Tactical feeding procedures in the field   2   2   2   2   2   2   2   T
J K 130L      Offensive operations                       1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J K 140L      Defensive operations                       1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J K 145L      Individual night surveillance equipment    2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
              operation                                                                       Experience
J K 150L      Delaying operations                        1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J K 155L      Operations in specific environments        1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J K 160L      Domestic operations                        1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J K 165L      Transitional phases                        1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J K 170L      Unique operations                          1   1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J K 175L      Types of patrols (fighting, recce,         2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
              standing)                                                                       Experience
J K 180L      Patrol procedures                          1   1   1   2   2   1   1   T



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dated 30 Jun 00
J K 185L      Vehicle and equipment camouflage and       2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
              concealment techniques                                                          Experience
J K 190L      Battle procedure                           1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J K 195L      After action review process                1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J K 200L      Mission Command                                    2   2   2   2   2   T


              K - TRAINING


K K 35L       Army systems approach to training (ASAT)           1   1   1   1   1   T


              L - COMMUNICATIONS


L T 55L       Write after - action reports                               *   *   *


              M - LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK


              N - POLICY FRAMEWORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL
              STRUCTURE


N K 40L       Organization, roles, and capabilities of   1   1   1   1   2   2   2       NT
              army units and formations


              0 - RESOURCE MANAGEMENT



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dated 30 Jun 00


              P - BASIC MILITARY REQUIREMENTS


P T 25L       Navigate using map and/or compass          *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P T 80L       Survive in a field environment             *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P T 95L       Perform Individual Battle Tasks            *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P T 100L      Throw Grenades                             *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P T 105L      Fire SRAAW Medium (84mm Carl Gustav)       *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P T 110L      Fire SRAAW Light (M72)                     *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P T 115L      Fire C6 GPMG                               *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P T 120L      Prepare a Battle Trench                    *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P T 125L      Post sentries                                      *   *   *   *   *   T
P T 130L      Carry out sentry duties (including LP,     *   *   *   *                   NT
              air, OP)
P T 135L      Operate tactical communication equipment   *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P T 140L      Drive SMP vehicles                         *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P T 145L      Enforce field and range safety                     *   *   *   *   *   T
P T 150L      Fire C9 LMG                                *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P T 155L      Fire personal weapon                       *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P T 160L      Install and disarm a trip flare            *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P T 165L      Handle and escort POWs                     *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P T 175L      Perform physical fitness training          *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   CF
P T 175L      Individual Protection                      *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT


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P T 180L      Perform Fieldcraft                       *   *   *   *   *   *   *       NT


P S 5L        Handling personal weapon                 3   3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
P S 10L       Firing personal weapon                   3   3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
P S 15L       Applying marksmanship principles         3   3   3   3   3   3   3   T
P S 20L       Stripping, assembling and cleaning the   3   3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
              personal weapon
P S 25L       Navigating // GPS                        2   3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
P S 30L       Performing individual NBC drills         3   3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
P S 50L       Building shelters                        2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
P S 60L       Erecting tentage (modular, artic, and    2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
              crew shelters)
P S 65L       Setting up a range practice                      2   2   2   2   2   T
P S 70L       Conducting a range practice                          3   3   3   3       NT
P S 75L       Driving SMP vehicles                     2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
P S 80L       Using voice procedure                    2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
P S 85L       Supervise weapons handling                       2   2   2   2   2   T
P S 90L       Using pyrotechnics                       2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
P S 95L       Maintaining physical fitness             2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT


P K 20L       Weapons fire control orders              2   2   2   2   2   2   2   T
P K 40L       Marksmanship principles                  2   2   2   2   2   2   2   T
P K 65L       Range Standing Orders                    1   1   1   2   2   2   2   T



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dated 30 Jun 00
P K 80L       Care and use of compass                  2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 85L       Determination of distance on a map       2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 90L       Determination of map bearings using a    2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
              compass                                                                     at DP2
P K 95L       Determination of map bearings using a    2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
              protractor                                                                  at DP2
P K 105L      Grid reference plotting                  2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 110L      Magnetic declination and variation       2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 115L      Map care                                 2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 120L      Map reading                              2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 125L      Navigation techniques // including GPS   2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 130L      Types and use of maps                    2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 245L      Elementary fieldcraft formations         2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 250L      Care and use of field living stores      2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 255L      Fieldcraft hand signals                  2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                          at DP2
P K 260L      Preparation of field rations             2   2   2   2   2   2   2     NT   PT&E, practice during field ops


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                                                                                              at DP2
P K 265L      Principles of camouflage and concealment   2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 275L      Types and uses of shelters                 2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 280L      Radio/telephone voice procedures           2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 315L      Safe lifting and carrying methods          2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 320L      Indvidual battle task requirements         2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 325L      Organization and duties of range staff             2   2   2   2   2   T
P K 330L      Procedures for zeroing weapons             1   1   2   2   2   2   2   T
P K 335L      Target Indication                          2   2   2   2   2   2   2   T
P K 340L      Route card                                 2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 345L      Recognition of sounds at night             2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 350L      Driver maintenance SMP vehicles            2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 355L      Authentication procedures                  2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 360L      Individual battle task physical fitness    2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   CF
              requirements
P K 365L      Construct wire obstacles                   2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2



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dated 30 Jun 00
P K 370L      Prepare and camoflague a fire trench       2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 375L      Prepare a shell scrape                     2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 380L      Ammunition and pyrotechnic safety          2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 385L      Prepare a range card                       2   2   2   2   2   2   2   T
P K 390L      Searching ground                           2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 395L      Mine awareness                             2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field ops
                                                                                              at DP2
P K 400L      Basic Laser safety                         2   2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT


              Q - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL AWARENESS


              R - SECURITY




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dated 30 Jun 00




CURRENT QS ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST ARE UNDER REVIEW, REFER TO
ASSESSMENTS CHECKLIST THAT ARE IN THE TRAINING PLAN.




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SCALARS




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dated 30 Jun 00
TRAINING SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS
                                                     QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                                REQUIRED

 1. AMMUNITION ( see note 6 )
 1        Cart Cal 5.56mm Ball                       3000
 2        Cart Cal 5.56mm 4B/1T Linked               1000
 3        Cart Cal 5.56mm Blk C79                    50000
 4        Cart Cal 5.56mm Blk Linked                 30000
 5        Cart 7.62mm Blk Linked                     6000
 6        Gren Hand Smk HC                           36
 7        Gren Hand Smk Coloured                     50
 8        Flare Para Hnd Fired C3                    50
 9        Thunderflash                               200
 10       Sim Proj Grd Burst                         50
 11       Smoke Pot White 5 min                      10
 12       Sig ILL Grd Green (MBA)                    20
 13       Sig ILL Grd Red (MBA)                      20
 2. VEHICLES
 14       MLVW Cargo                                 2
 15       MLVW Cargo (general stores 1)              1
 16       LSVW Ammunition                            1
 17       LSVW – Single Installation – Crse WO       1
 18       ILTIS – Dual Installation – Crse Officer   1
 19       Water Buffalo – 160 gal                    1
 3. DEFENSIVE STORES (see note 4)
 20       Corrugated iron (CGI)                      20 sheets
 21       Concertina wire                            10 rolls
 22       Single strand barb wire                    5 rolls
 23       Wire gloves                                20 sets
 24       6 Ft Pickets                               80
 25       3 Ft Pickets                               80



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dated 30 Jun 00
                                                    QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                               REQUIRED

 26       Thumper                                   6
 27       Wire cutters                              6
 28       Bailing wire                              4 rolls
 29       Sand bags                                 1000
 30       SKOP kit                                  10
 31       Sledge Hammer                             3
 4. EXPENDABLE STORES
 32       Maps: 1:50,000 Scale of Local Area        1/trainee
 5. ACCOMMODATIONS ( see notes 1 & 2 )
 33       Classroom (for PL lectures, may require   1
          more)
 34       Theatre                                   1
 35       Cloth Model Room                          1
 36       Office                                    2
 37       Secure Stores Room                        2
 38       Single Quarters                           36
 39       Hanger Space/Drill Hall                   1
 40       Secure Weapons Lock-up                    1
 41       Baggage Room                              1
 42       Gymnasium and Sports Field                1
 43       Parade Square                             1
 6. TRAINING AREAS
 44       General Field Training Area (Dry)
 45       Conventional Small Arms Range/Small       1
          Arms Trainer
 7. RATIONS
 46       IMP’s                                     50 per
                                                    instr/trainee per
                                                    day (Exercise)
 47       Haybox                                    2 Meals per day
                                                    (Exercise)



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to NCM DP2 QS
dated 30 Jun 00
                                                  QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                             REQUIRED

 48       Mess Hall Meals                         Garrison
 8. INDIVIDUAL EQUIPEMENT
 49       Service Rifle as per check list         36
 50       Case Carrier Canvas C7 Mag x2           36
 51       Flashlight                              36
 52       Compass Silva C6 w/case                 36
 53       Whistle Thunder                         36
 54       Ear Plugs                               36
 55       Protractor C2                           36
 56       White Belt                              36
 57       White Sling                             36
 58       White Frog                              36
 59       Gloves White                            36
 9. PLATOON STORES AND EQUIPEMENT
 60       LMG as per check list                   6
 61       Ammo Pouches                            6
 62       SRAAW (L) Dummy                         6
 63       SRAAW (H) as per check list             1
 64       Light Mortar 60mm as per check list     1
 65       GPMG as per check list                  2
 66       Projector Pyrotechnic                   6
 60       Ear Defenders Sig ILL Grd Green (MBA)   15
 61       Binoculars with Case                    5
 62       AN/PVS 503 Individual Weapon Sight      4
 63       AN/PVS 502 Crew Served Weapon Sight     4
 64       AN/PBS 504 Individual Night Vision      4
          Goggles
 65       Current Hand Held Global Positioning    4
          System (GPS)
 66       Safety Goggles                          10



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to NCM DP2 QS
dated 30 Jun 00
                                                   QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                              REQUIRED

 67       Flashlight Right Angled                  5
 68       First Aid Kit GP                         6
 69       1/4 mile Reel Cable WD1 (1/4 mile)       4
 70       AN/PRC 521 Radio Set                     6
 71       AN/PRC 522 B Set (Replace with new kit) 6
 72       TA 43 PT Field phone (Replace with new   6
          kit)
 73       RA2000 Field phone (Replace with new     4
          kit)
 74       Coleman Stove 2 burner                   5
 75       Cook Set                                 5
 76       Immersion Heater                         3
 77       Coleman Lantern                          4
 78       Stretcher Folding                        3
 79       Shovel round point                       15
 80       Axe, 3.5 lb                              10
 81       Machete wit case                         10
 82       Pick with handle                         6
 83       Sledge Hammer 5lb                        6
 84       Water can plastic 5 gal                  10
 85       Wash tub                                 4
 86       Dish Mops                                6
 87       Field Fire Fighting Kit                  3
 88       Entrenching tool with case
 89       Igloo                                    3
 90       Haybox                                   6
 91       Serving utensils                         1 set
 92       Naptha Can 2.5 gal                       12
 93       Cam Net Large                            6
 94       Mine and NBC signs:                      20 ea.



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to NCM DP2 QS
dated 30 Jun 00
                                                      QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                                 REQUIRED

 95       Camouflage sticks                           36
 96       Toilet paper                                1 box
 97       Paper towel                                 1 box
 98       Rags                                        10 lbs.
 99       Weapon Swabs C7, C9, C6                     2 boxes ea.
 100      CLP/Rifle oil                               1 Gal
 101      Spare parts, stoves and lanterns            as req
 102      Foot powder                                 36
 103      Lypsol                                      36
 104      Steel wool                                  2 roll
 105      Tarpaulin 14’ x 14’                         1
 106      Wash Basin                                  20
 107      Wash Tubs                                   4
 108      Table Folding 6’                            3
 109      Padlocks                                    8
 110      Panel Markers                               4
 111      Funnel                                      5
 112      Saw Hand Cross Cut                          4
 113      Hammer claw                                 2
 114      C7 Rubber Rifles                            6
 115      Benches Folding 6FT                         6
 116      Cots                                        12
 117      Grey Blankets                               2
 118      Landing Lights kit of 6                     1
 119      Snap Links and Sash Cords                   10
 120      Modular Tent ( to include centers x 4, rears 4 sections
          x 2, fronts x2, a/frames x 6, purlongs x 12,
          18” pickets x 12, binder straps x 8
 121      Slave Cable                                 1
 122      10 Man arctic tent group complete           5



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dated 30 Jun 00
                                                      QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                                 REQUIRED

 10. CONSUMABLES
 123      Paper Clips (Boxes)                         2
 124      Erasers Gum (Boxes)                         1
 125      HB Pencils (Boxes)                          10
 126      Omnichrome Pencils:         Red             3
          (boxes)
                                      Green           3
                                      Blue            3
                                      Black           3
 127      Thumb Tacks (Boxes)                         2
 128      Scotch Tape 1/2 Inch (Rolls)                3
 129      White Board Marker (sets)                   4
 130      White Board Eraser                          4
 131      Gun Tape 2” (Rolls)                         2
 132      Masking Tape 3/4 Inch (Rolls)               3
 133      Rubber Bands (Boxes)                        2
 134      Rulers, 18 Inch                             3
 135      Pencils Chinograph:         Red             4
          (Boxes):
                                      Blue            4
                                      Black           4
                                      Green           4
                                      Yellow          4
 136      Pens: (Boxes)               Blue or Black   10
                                      Red             2
 137      Paper Looseleaf Ruled 8 X 11 (Package)      2
 138      Student Note Book                           36
 139      Tracing Paper 36 Inches (Roll)              1
 140      Carbon Paper 8 X 13 (Boxes)                 2
 141      Field Message Pads                          36



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dated 30 Jun 00
                                                  QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                             REQUIRED

 142      File Folders Plain                      40
 143      Talc (1/2 Roll)                         6
 144      DND 317A Minute Sheet (Pads)            10
 145      CF 109 Message Form (Pads)              10
 146      Tab Set Index              Clear        2
          (EXYINDEX Acetate
                                     Green        2
          Tabs) (Boxes)
                                     Amber        2
                                     Pink         2
                                     Red          2
                                     Blue         2
                                     Yellow       2
                                     Orange       2
 147      Eyelet Reinforce Large/Small (Boxes)    10
 148      Folders File Accordion                  2
 149      Card Index                              2
 150      Paper Foolscap (Packages)               5
 151      Acco Fasteners (Boxes)                  4
 152      Pencil Sharpener Mechanical             1
 153      Stapler                                 2
 154      Two Hole Punch                          1
 156      Scissors                                2
 157      Stapler Remover                         2
 158      Tape Dispenser                          2
 159      Battery 6 volts                         12
 160      Battery 77 set                          20
 161      Battery “aa”                            48
 163      Markers Lumicolor (Sets)   Permanent    2
          - Four colours (Red,
                                     Non-permanent 2
          Green, Blue, Black)
 11.POL PRODUCTS



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dated 30 Jun 00
                                                      QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                                 REQUIRED

 164      CLP (gallon)                                2
 165      Veh Oil (litre)                             12
 166      Naptha (litre) note: amount depends on      50
          winter / summer serial
 167      Diesel (litre)                              500
 168      Heat Tablets Pkg 6                          50
 169      Gas (litre)                                 200
 12. RADIO FREQUENCIES
 170      Freq crse adm net (primary and alternate)   1ea
 171      Freq Pl net (primary and alternate)         1ea
 172      Freq Coy net (primary and alternate)        1ea
 173      Freq en force net (primary and alternate)   1ea
 13 FILMS / TRAINING AIDS as they apply (PL/ Sect Lecture)
 174      Projector Motion Picture                    1
 175      Screen Portable                             3
 176      Cord Extension 50’                          1
 177      Projector Still Picture Overhead            3
 178      Monitor                                     3
 179      VHS VCR                                     3
 180      Video Camera                                3
 181      20011 The challenge of leadership           1
 182      07245 Recce Patrol                          1
 183      Video Scotch Christmas (6 mins)             1
 184      Effective Delegation 200178 E 25 mins       1
 185      Summary Trial 97 03-0342B 37 mins           1
 186      How Am I Doing? 200198 23 mins              1
 187      CFPAS 20 MINS                               1
 188      Take the Lead 21-0758A 11 mins              1
 189      Sid’s Story 20 mins                         1
 190      Maslow’s Theory 15 mins                     1


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to NCM DP2 QS
dated 30 Jun 00
                                                             QUANTITY
 ITEM     DESCRIPTION                                        REQUIRED

 191      Judgement at Noon 12 mins                          1
 192      Dealing With Conflict 21 mins                      1
 193      In the Nick of Time 15 mins                        1
 14. SUPPORT TROOP / TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
 194      Enemy force / Demo Section
 195      Portable toilets ( if applicable )
 196      Helicopter Support ( if applicable )
 15. ASSISTANCE FROM OUTSIDE AGENCIES
 197      Photographer ( course photo )
 198      Medical assistant ( Exercises )
 199      ADM clerk ( In / out clearance )
 200      R&D clerk ( In / out clearance )
 201      Guess Lectures as required
 Note: Medical assistant will require ambulance.


Notes:
1. Classrooms should be multimedia equipped;
2. Crse must have access to a computer assisted learning facility as the instruction of the material is
to be done using the DIN;
3. Defensive stores maybe required if a prepared position is not available at the training
establishment;
4. The course will have to take into account the changes to the new comms equipment, and
requirements;
5. Once small party tasks are confirmed, a stores list must become available in order to conduct the
small party task exercise / assessment;
6. Blank Ammo allotted for exercises training will be broken down by training establishments as
required. The type/amount of live ammo for the conduct of the conventional range, to be established
by the training establishment as applicable to the type of practice being conducted; and
7. Material required for Lectures must be confirmed by the TP writing board, ( ie UER documents,
charge reports) and included in the course ware.




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Annex G
to NCM DP2 QS
dated 30 Jun 00
5077-1 (NCM Boards)
30 Jun 2000
Distribution List
RECORD OF THE NCM DP 2 WRITING BOARD FOR
PRIMARY LEADERSHIP QUALIFICATION – LAND 19-29 JUN 2000
Chair:                                          LCol Stowell
DChair                                          CWO Seed
Board Members:
LFWA Rep        WO H. J. Madden
LFCA Rep        WO M. Martin
SQFT Rep        WO J.A. Guimond
LFAA Rep        WO K.G. Waterman
AITS Rep        CWO S.G. Mears
CSS Rep         Sgt G.K. Maxwell
DAT 3 Rep       Maj C. Jameison
Attendees:
Co-ordinator    Capt Justice
TDO      Capt Hewett
ALLC (conduct AAR) Maj R. Kennedy
1.      The meeting was convened at 0800 hrs 19 Jun 00. This Record summarizes the Board‟s
deliberations.
ITEM                                                                                  ACTION


INTRODUCTION


2.      MGen Arp welcomed the board to Kingston and LFDTS. He encouraged the Info
board in their endeavours and wished them luck with their deliberations. He
mentioned explicitly that their work would have significance in the development of
the NCM Professional Development System.


3.       The following speakers then briefed on the way ahead and board procedures:




a.       Col Brough DAT, welcomed the board to Kingston and LFDTS. He briefed Info


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dated 30 Jun 00
the board on the context in which the board will operate. Specifically, he described
the process that has been embarked upon by DAT. Items covered included the work
that has proceeded the QS board, schedule of future boards and the significance of
the board‟s work. He provided explicit guidance in a number of areas including the
inclusion of simulation technology, modularization of training, and the approach that
might be employed to select prepare and train our Jr. Leaders. He asked the board to
consider the education requirements of the DP 2 NCM. Education may be a key in
attracting future soldiers. He asked what role unit PD should play in NCM
development and if other initiatives such as OPDP might be used.


b.       LCol Stowell briefed the board more fully on the context of the board. He
briefed the board in broad terms regarding the decision process and some of the
decisions that have already been made in other forums.


c.      CWO Seed briefed the board as to the nature of the both the NCMGS and
Land Environmental Requirements. He provided a brief overview of the
specifications themselves, duty areas, the numerical rating system and the procedures Info
of the QS board.


d.       Capt Hewett briefed the board in regards to the procedures for the QS board.
In particular he discussed the CFITES / ASAT process and the analysis phase of the
board. He then briefed each subsequent phase of QS development as required by the
board.                                                                                Info


4.       The board conducted a review of the Land Environmental specification for
DP 2 (Pte(T)-CPL) to determine those items, within the land specification, that were
determined by the board to be a no - train item. A complete list of all of the train / no
train decisions is attached as Annex A. Further clarification of the board‟s reasoning
for their decisions is also included within Annex A.
                                                                                            Info




                                                                                            DAT/SRB
5.       The board proceeded with the structuring of the scalar based on the train and DAT/SRB
no train decisions. The scalars are located on PDF files and can be made available in
paper copies. The Cover sheet of the scalar is attached as annex B.


DISSCUSSION


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6.       Following the construction of the scalar based on the Land specification the DAT/SRB
board discussed the approach to develop a QS for JR Leadership. Recent decisions
from the CFRETS SRB 22 Jun 00 included in part that environments would have the
responsibility to train the Primary Leadership Qualification in DP 2. The
environments would deliver the training base on the CF QS and the environmental
QS that was to be developed at this board. The board took the decision that the QS
from the CF work should be combined with the PO and EdO‟s we would produce at
this QSWB. The creation of a QS with all elements of the CF QS clearly visible, into
a single Qualification Standard for all land personnel would greatly benefit the TP
writing board and satisfy the CF requirements agreed to at the SRB.


7.      The scalar revealed the following PO and EDOs‟ were to be included in the Info/Action
QS that is attached as annex C:
                                                                                  DAT/SRB
PO 201 (CF) Lead Subordinates;
PO 202 (CF)    Conduct Operations/Activities; and
PO 203 (CF)    Plan Operations/Activities.
PO 204 (LFC) Battle Procedure
PO 205 (LFC) After Action Review
PO 206 (LFC) Offensive Operations
PO 207 (LFC) Defensive Operations
PO 208 (LFC) Patrolling
PO 209 (LFC) Ranges and Training Safety
EDO 201 (LFC)          Land Force Operations
EDO 202 (LFC)          Land Force Training
EDO 203 (LFC)          Canada‟s Army


8.      The Board incorporated a representative from the Army Lessons Learned    Info
Center to conduct an After Action Review. The primary purpose was to explore the
                                                                                 Contents in AAR
QS writing board process to include: required knowledge needed prior to the
commencement of train/no train decisions, scalar building and other general
knowledge of board proceedings.


9.       The board conducted a task analysis to determine if the PO‟s and EdO‟s, as Info
outlined in the scalar were consistent with the boards intent and direction. The board
                                                                                       DAT/SRB
verified the content against the requirements of the NCMGS and the Land
Environmental Requirements. They reviewed the QS for BMQ and Soldier
Qualification of DP 1 to ensure no repetition and continuity in effort from one QS to
the other. Since the CF QS was incorporated into this work the board ensured the


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Land portion was not repetitive of work outlined in the CF portion. The board then
wrote the PO‟s and EdO‟s.


10.     The board had many discussions during the analysis phase. The following
sub paragraph‟s outline the discussions:


        a.       Indirect fire was discussed. The board members believed it is
                                                                                       Info/Discussion
common training for most but questioned whether the training was part of this
leadership course. CSS MOCs probably do not train this task. Past lessons and the      DAT/SRB
future “dispersed battlefield” indicate a requirement may exist. The board did not
include calling for and adjusting indirect fire. This task should be considered in the
DP 3 board for all MCpls and might be included in DP3 or left to the MOCs to train.


         b.        Grenade Launcher was also discussed and DAT 3 confirmed the new Info/Discussion
equipment will be used by Inf and Engineers as a section weapon. The Armour will
                                                                                          DAT/SRB
use it in assault troops. The troops that require this training will be identified in the
IBTS training. The board members did not include the Grenade Launcher in the QS.


        c.       Digging of the defensive position was a hot topic. Should all students Info/Discussion
be required to actually dig in the defensive position? The discussion lead to the
                                                                                        DAT/SRB
conclusion that the main purpose of the proposed QS was to focus the student on the
leadership aspects and not their ability to dig. It was acknowledged that some
hardships should be endured but prepared positions were desired if possible.
Although digging, and the supervision of digging, of a defensive position is a skill
needed on the battlefield, DP2 development in this area should be focused on siting
the defensive position and the defensive routine as it applies to the JR. Leaders.


         d.       The board discussed the necessity of the CSS MOCs to participate in Info/action
the Land specification based training. Lessons learned and our past history tells us
                                                                                        DAT/SRB
that all MOCs that deploy within our battle groups are at risk. The battle space of the
future will not likely have a clearly defined front line. All Land force personnel,
regardless of MOC, will require the tools of conducting a small-size reconnaissance
patrol, low-level defensive routine and section attack. They have been included in the
QS. It was the intent of the board to identify all common training for all personnel in
a Land uniform regardless of MOC and the intent was to achieve a common standard
across the force at the JR Leader level. The MOC standards will determine the
development of their particular expertise.


         e.      The board members introduced the idea of Second Language training Info
as part of this QS. CWO Seed explained the Army position as presented to army
council in Nov 99 and explained that the issue being followed up by DLP staff. The
board members agreed not to include SL standards in the QS.


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        f.      The board discussed the approach to be used in the delivery of the Action
Primary Leadership Qualification-Land. This Qualification standard was designed
                                                                                   DAT/SRB
from the extensive work of the CF QS and DP 2 TPWB. Those boards had
recommended modular packages for some of the POs and some distributed learning.
The board considered the their recommendations and determine that the QS should
be modularised. Based on the recommendations of the CF working group and the
board discussions the following modules were recommended.
                1. PT
                2. Instructor
                3. Ranges and Training Safety
                4. Distributed Learning
                5. In house residence portion.
        The modules will need to be carefully considered at the TPWB. During the
army SRB this should be discussed and additional guidance given to the TPWB for
the implementation and control of this approach. The board members unanimously
supported this approach and sighted the QOL for the soldier. This should virtually
illuminate the need for any pre JLC training.


11.     The board raised the issue of including PO checklists within the QSWBs         Info
work. The board deemed that their inclusion was not necessary as the requisite lists
reside within the Battle Task Standards.


12.      Maj MacLeod, DAT 3-2, briefed the board on the Army Physical fitness          Info/TPWB
program and the implications of that program on the QSWB‟s work. The board
members agreed that the program being created by the PSP, under contract to
CFRETS, would meet the requirement for the DP2 standard. It also meets the
requirement and intent of the Land specification. The board members see the
candidates of this training employing the skills they will acquire in the Physical
training modular to the IN House portion of the course.


13.      Following the review of the PO‟s and EdO‟s, the board proceeded with the Info
writing of Chapters 1,2 & 3 of the QS. The board ensured that they were consistent
with the intent of all board members and the direction that had been provided to them
earlier.


14.      The board determined a deficiency in terms of course assessment in the     Info
future. LFDTS, DAT and AITS should develop and apply a standardised assessment
tool based on the CF procedures. The board members reviewed assessment
procedures of the CF and the last AITS guidance. Both are similar in there approach
but the overall course assessment was approached differently. The following points

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were made:


         a.      The board members acknowledged the requirement to establish the Info
standard for each PO and EdO in the QS. This can be accomplished by following
either of the approaches. For example, a 60% passing mark in a written test would
not be unusual in assessing a PO. The assessment for field training and other skills is
normally based on a checklist and applied on student PO checks.


         b.       The board members questioned the necessity of the letter grading of Action
the final course assessment. If all PO and EdOs‟ were successfully completed, what
                                                                                      DAT/SRB
purpose did the numerical % and number grading serve? The course report outlines
weaknesses and strengths in particular POs and is intended for the Commanding
officer and those who will employ this graduate. The use of this course report for
future promotion consideration or merit should not be the intent. The board members
unanimously agreed the course grading should be pass or fail and that the CF
approach to course grading be adopted. The PDR and CFPAS are designed to
accomplish other assessment goals. The board recommends the assessment
procedures be amended to reflect overall course grading as indicated. This issue must
be addressed to achieve a common CF and Land approach to Course grading. The QS
reflects this decision.


OBSERVATIONS
                                                                                       Action
15.      The board discussed Qualification Levels. For example a CPL QL5A was          DAT/SRB
used as a prerequisite to course loading on the JR Leaders course in the past and on
                                                                                       thru
promotion you were 5B qualified. 6A at Sgt and so on. Others viewed the QL as
meaning you had completed your MOC QL 5 training. It was discovered that many          CFRETS/DRET/
personnel other than Cbt Arms did not have the MOC training to match the QL level      DMHRR
for the rank they were promoted to. The extensive use of Acting Lacking was
evident.




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New specifications and our newly defined approach to Development, through five      As Above
DPs, demands we find new a new approach. We may need to change or adjust
                                                                                    Continued
terminology to match the DP concept. The requirements of each DP must be
completed before the soldier moves to the next DP. This will eliminate the need for Action
acting lacking and requirements should also be considered before “Whilst SO         DAT/SRB
Employed” is recommended. The board recommends the review of DP requirements
against present terms such as QL and the association to pay benchmarks and terms
such as journeyman, supervisor, and manager.


16.     The Performance checks for each of the modules of this QS will need to be
tracked and recorded. The board has included forms to be signed by the CO on
completion of each modular. This action may not suffice as personnel move all to
frequently. Each modular may well have to be coded and recorded in ITMAS. The
final qualification awarded on successful completion of all portions.
                                                                                      DAT/SRB




17.      The board discussed the possibility of introducing the CFMSP as part of the Action
training for the Army NCO. How much of it is in the specifications and is the level
                                                                                      DAT/SRB
being taught to officers the same for NCM. It was decided that this is something that
could not be handled in this form. The concept to develop and give credits toward
further education as in the CFMSP should be pursued for the NCO. The board
recommends DLP/DRET consider the CFMSP for inclusion in NCM development.
DAT 5 should also assist in the review as it ties to education.


18.      During the debrief to DAT the following observations were made:


a.       DAT raised concerns about the level of coaching training received in the    Action
Ranges and Training Safety Module. The board explained the purpose was to have
                                                                                     DAT/SRB
the Jr NCO act in the capacity of assistant range safety officer (firing point NCO),
butt and ammo party NCO. There is a course designed for coaching duties. It was
decided that additional task, skill and knowledge would not be added at this time.
The level of coaching ability that all army NCM possess should be considered during
the validation of the QS. Recommendations for change implemented when the
requirement is defined.


b.       The minimum entry-level education, of grade 10 will be a factor. NCM will
find increased difficulty in achieving standards with the material being presented.
The board did not however find any direct link to a particular level of education
required to complete the standard of the QS. Increased technology will continue to
challenge the Gr.10 level.
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c.       The board members expressed desire to have a single location for the       Info/action
delivery of all JR. Leadership training. The board sited the need for a common
standard and quality trainers who understand the requirements. The board believes a
selection process should be in place to ensure quality trainers. DAT would consider
this as an option.


d.      DAT heard from the reserve rep in attendance. He supports the proposed QS
and thinks that the modular approach will not only suit the P RES but make it
achievable without cuts to the program. The course is presently done in 53 days for Info/DAT
Other arms and the new in-house portion of 26 days is durable. In light of the
pending specification review for the reserves, the Rep expressed that his preference
would be to consider splitting the at the QS level vice changing the specifications.


e.     Upon completion of the QS, Col. Brough, Director of Army Training,
reviewed the board‟s work, suggested points of further study and ultimately approved
the work completed at this date.




                                                                                       Info
NOTES TO TRAINING PLAN WRITING BOARD


19.      The intent of the board was to produce a Qualification Standard that would SRB/TPWB
teach and assess leadership ability of the soldier under assessment. It was not to
produce an infantry section Commander as the end product. That is a function of the
MOC. The intent is that the individual trained under this QS is capable of performing
common army tasks irrespective of their MOC. The section is used as the training
vehicle to achieve the leadership standards as outlined in the QS. That said, all those
tasks taught and executed are in accordance with the infantry Battle Task Standards.(
see references)


20.    All training that is undertaken in the QS, while in the field is dismounted not SRB/TPWB
mechanised.


21.      It is the intent of the board that all course serials are combined arms.       SRB/TPWB
Instructors should be drawn from all arms and services MOC‟s. There is not to be
separate serials for the Inf or Other arms. All course serials will have all MOC‟s
represented to achieve the common army standard and unity of thought purpose and
action that is desired. Others will learn and gain experience from a closer association
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22.      AS45L – Promoting Team Before Self. The Level 3 skill is to be obtained by TPWB
stressing the criteria through leader assessment, throughout the course.
23.     The JR. Leader will have completed the Physical Fitness module as taught by SRB/TPWB
PSP trainers. It is intended that those newly acquired skills be used during the in-
house portion of the course. The board recommends the TPWB include 1 or 2 periods
on the Army Physical Fitness package to familiarise the JR. Leader with the Army
Program. They will have to apply the Army Physical Fitness programs in their units.
The board also recommends one period of PT per day (while in Garrison) lead by the
JR. Leader to develop PT skills and another venue for leadership assessment.


24.      The QS writing board has outlined a modular plan for the delivery of the SRB/TPWB
Primary Leadership Qualification–Land. The board recommends the TPWB consider
an additional module based on the discipline package contained in the QS. The
details and policies surrounding implementation could not be completed until the
TPWB determines the actual size of each modular and makes their recommendations.
Based on their recommendations and SRB decisions a clear implementation plan will
have to be developed.


a.       Each module must be coded and tracked.


b.    Module 1,2 and3/4?can be started after obtaining the rank of CPL and a
recommendation from the CO.


c.      The Distributed Learning Module and the in-house portion will only be
loaded from the merit lists.


25.      PO 209 Range and Training Safety will be conducted as a separate module of SRB/TPWB
training. As this module will likely be assessed during unit or BDE level IBTS
qualification the standard will have to be clearly defined. The board recommends the
TPWB determine the best approach to accomplishing the standard as it is written.
TPWB to determine the HOW and a method of recording the passing of this module.


26.      The board wants to ensure that the combined QS, based on the work of the SRB/TPWB
CF QSWB and the work of this board is solidified in the work of the TPWB. LFDTS
has assured the CF and CFRETS that the material in the CF PO 201, 202 and 203
will be delivered in accordance with the standard written. In the spirit of co-operation
the army has integrated the QS. PO 204 –209 and EdO‟s have been added. The
resulting Training Plan should not change that approach. The TPWB should have the
latitude to recommend moving material from the CF standard into portions of the
Land standard if required. The visibility of the CF standard within the QS was a


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prerequisite to allowing the Army to develop the QS for DP2.




27.       The board adjourned at 1500 hrs 29 Jun 00                          Info
R Stowell           D.F. Seed
LCol      CWO
Chair     D Chair
Annexes:
Annex A – Train / No Train Decisions
Annex B – Scalars
Annex C – NCM DP 2 QS PLQ-L
DISTRIBUTION LIST
Action
LFDTS/Comdt CLFCSC
CTC/Comd
LFDTS/Res Adv
LFDTS/DAT
LFDTS/DLSC
LFDTS/DAD
LFDTS/CCSO
DLP
Info
LFDTS/Comd
DGLS
Comd TDO
ALLC/SO Training
CCWO
LFDTS/RSM
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SERIAL         PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENT                      REG F                         T   NT   Reason/Explanation
                                                            Pt Cp MC Sg WO MW CW
                                                            e l pl t       O O
               A - LEADERSHIP IN PEACE AND WAR


A   T    60L   Enforce march discipline                               *   *   *   *   *   T
A   T    65L   Conduct physical fitness training                      *   *   *   *   *       NT   Cover by CF
A   T    70L   Supervise physical fitness training                    *   *   *   *   *       NT   Cover by CF
A   T    75L   Enforce General Safety                       *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Cover by CF


A   S    10L   Correcting subordinates                                2   3   3   3   4       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    30L   Negotiating                                            2   3   3   3   3       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    35L   Applying ethical principles and values       1     1   2   3   3   3   4       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    40L   Applying principles of leadership                      2   3   3   3   4       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    45L   Promoting team before self                   1     2   3   3   3   3   4   T        L3 achieved thru crse
                                                                                                   assessments
A   S    50L   Maintaining discipline                       1     1   2   3   3   3   4       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    55L   Recognizing stress                           1     1   2   2   3   3   3       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    60L   Representing ones' subordinates                        2   3   3   3   4       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    145L Developing concepts                                         1   2   2   2
A   S    230L Applying army ethical principles and          1     1   2   3   3   4   4   T




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A   S    235L Applying army leadership in peace and war                2   3   3   3   4   T
A   S    240L Supervising physical fitness training                    2   3   3   3   3       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    245L Conducting physical fitness training                     2   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover by CF
A   S    250L Plan and organize physical fitness                       2   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover by CF PSP
              training


A   K    170L Army etiquette                                           2   2   2   3   3       NT   Experience/unit responsibili
A   K    175L Army leadership theory                                   2   2   2   2   3   T
A   K    180L Ethics of army leadership                                2   2   2   2   3   T


               B - MILITARY ETHOS


B   K    40L   Relationship between society and the army     1     1   1   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover in CF
B   K    45L   History of the Canadian army                  1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
B   K    50L   Army customs and traditions                   1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
B   K    55L   Army ethos                                    2     2   3   3   3   3   3   T
B   K    60L   Role of the army in a Consititutional         1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
               Democracy


               C - WELL BEING OF SUBORDINATES




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C   K    105L Personnel services support System              1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
C   K    110L Health service support System                  1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T


               D - ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK


D   S    25L   Identifying subordinates strengths and                  2   2   2   3   3       NT   IN CF portion gained through
               weaknesses                                                                           experience


               E - LEGAL ASPECTS OF DISCIPLINE


E   T    40L   Enforce unit discipline                                 *   *   *   *   *       NT   Cover D/Law trg


E   K    15L   Code of Service Discipline                    1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover D/Law trg and further
                                                                                                    experience
E   K    115L Officer responsibities in enforcing            1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
              discipline
E   K    120L NCM responsibilities in enforcing              1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
              discipline


               F - DRILL AND CEREMONIAL


F   S    15L   Correcting drill                                        2   2   3   3   3       NT   Covered in CF QS
F   S    20L   Instructing drill                                       2   2   3   3   3       NT   Covered in CF QS




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F   K    10L   Ceremonial, drill and parade procedures       1     1   2   2   2   3   3       NT   MCPL not responsible for
                                                                                                    Ceremonial


               G - PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND
               ADMINISTRATION


G   T    30L   Prepare parade states/manning reports                       *   *   *   *


G   K    150L NCMGS / Land environmental specifications      1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
G   K    155L NCM Professional Development System            1     1   1   1   1   1   1       NT   Covered in CF,   PD and SD


               H - DOCTRINE AND TECHNOLOGY


H   K    30L   Law of Armed Conflict                         2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Cover by CF
H   K    60L   Land Force Tactical Doctrine                            2   2   2   2   2   T
H   K    65L   Impact of technology on land operations                 1   1   1   1   1   T
H   K    75L   Principles of electronic warfare (the                   1   1   1   1   1   T
               threat)


               I - PLANNING




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I   K    25L   The combat estimate                                    2   2   2   2   2       NT   Covered in CF PO 203/Eo 203.


               J - CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS/ACTIVITIES


J   T    85L   Evaluate the performance of the group                  *   *   *   *   *   T
               against established standards
J   T    105L Conduct battle procedure                                *   *   *   *   *   T
J   T    110L Participate in offensive operations           *     *   *   *   *   *   *   T
J   T    115L Participate in defensive operations           *     *   *   *   *   *   *   T
J   T    120L Participate in delay operations               *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
J   T    125L Participate in unique operations              *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
J   T    130L Participate in transitional phases            *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
J   T    135L Participate in domestic operations            *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
J   T    140L Participate in operations in specific         *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   Unit and MOC
              environments
J   T    145L Conduct after action review (AAR)                       *   *   *   *   *   T
J   T    150L Patrol                                        *     *   *   *   *   *   *   T


J   S    5L    Implement battle procedure                             2   2   2   2   2   T
J   S    10L   Patrolling                                   2     2   2   2   2   2   2   T
J   S    15L   Moving tactically(dismounted)                2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                                   Experience




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J   S    20L   Mission Analysis                           2     2   2   2   2   2   2   T


J   K    5L    Reports and returns                        1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                                 Experience
J   K    10L   Operational logs                           1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                                 Experience
J   K    15L   Rules of conduct following capture         2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                                 Experience
J   K    85L   Combat functions                           1     1   1   1   1   1   1       NT   Previously trained and
                                                                                                 Experience
J   K    90L   Conduct of section operations              1     1   2                   T
J   K    95L   Conduct of platoon operations              1     1   1                   T
J   K    100L Section commander' responsibilities in                2   2   2           T
              operations
J   K    105L Replenishment system                        1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J   K    115L Land equipment management system            1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Experience
J   K    125L Tactical feeding procedures in the field    2     2   2   2   2   2   2   T
J   K    130L Offensive operations                        1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J   K    140L Defensive operations                        1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J   K    145L Individual night surveillance equipment     2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
              operation                                                                          Experience
J   K    150L Delaying operations                         1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J   K    155L Operations in specific environments         1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC




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J   K    160L Domestic operations                           1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J   K    165L Transitional phases                           1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J   K    170L Unique operations                             1     1   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Unit and MOC
J   K    175L Types of patrols (fighting, recce,            2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
              standing)                                                                            Experience
J   K    180L Patrol procedures                             1     1   1   2   2   1   1   T
J   K    185L Vehicle and equipment camouflage and          2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   Previously trained and
              concealment techniques                                                               Experience
J   K    190L Battle procedure                              1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J   K    195L After action review process                   1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T
J   K    200L Mission Command                                         2   2   2   2   2   T


               K - TRAINING


K   K    35L   Army systems approach to training (ASAT)               1   1   1   1   1   T


               L - COMMUNICATIONS


L   T    55L   Write after - action reports                                   *   *   *


               M - LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK




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               N - POLICY FRAMEWORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL
               STRUCTURE


N   K    40L   Organization, roles, and capabilities of   1     1   1   1   2   2   2       NT
               army units and formations


               0 - RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


               P - BASIC MILITARY REQUIREMENTS


P   T    25L   Navigate using map and/or compass          *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P   T    80L   Survive in a field environment             *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P   T    95L   Perform Individual Battle Tasks            *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P   T    100L Throw Grenades                              *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P   T    105L Fire SRAAW Medium (84mm Carl Gustav)        *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P   T    110L Fire SRAAW Light (M72)                      *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P   T    115L Fire C6 GPMG                                *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P   T    120L Prepare a Battle Trench                     *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   IBT (UNIT) & DP1
P   T    125L Post sentries                                         *   *   *   *   *   T
P   T    130L Carry out sentry duties (including LP,      *     *   *   *                   NT
              air, OP)
P   T    135L Operate tactical communication equipment    *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT




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P   T    140L Drive SMP vehicles                             *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P   T    145L Enforce field and range safety                           *   *   *   *   *   T
P   T    150L Fire C9 LMG                                    *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P   T    155L Fire personal weapon                           *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P   T    160L Install and disarm a trip flare                *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P   T    165L Handle and escort POWs                         *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P   T    175L Perform physical fitness training              *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT   CF
P   T    175L Individual Protection                          *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT
P   T    180L Perform Fieldcraft                             *     *   *   *   *   *   *       NT


P   S    5L    Handling personal weapon                      3     3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
P   S    10L   Firing personal weapon                        3     3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
P   S    15L   Applying marksmanship principles              3     3   3   3   3   3   3   T
P   S    20L   Stripping, assembling and cleaning the        3     3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
               personal weapon
P   S    25L   Navigating // GPS                             2     3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
P   S    30L   Performing individual NBC drills              3     3   3   3   3   3   3       NT
P   S    50L   Building shelters                             2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
P   S    60L   Erecting tentage (modular, artic, and crew 2        2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
               shelters)
P   S    65L   Setting up a range practice                             2   2   2   2   2   T
P   S    70L   Conducting a range practice                                 3   3   3   3       NT




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P   S   75L   Driving SMP vehicles                          2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
P   S   80L   Using voice procedure                         2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
P   S   85L   Supervise weapons handling                              2   2   2   2   2   T
P   S   90L   Using pyrotechnics                            2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT
P   S   95L   Maintaining physical fitness                  2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT


P   K   20L   Weapons fire control orders                   2     2   2   2   2   2   2   T
P   K   40L   Marksmanship principles                       2     2   2   2   2   2   2   T
P   K   65L   Range Standing Orders                         1     1   1   2   2   2   2   T
P   K   80L   Care and use of compass                       2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                   at DP2
P   K   85L   Determination of distance on a map            2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                   at DP2
P   K   90L   Determination of map bearings using a         2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
              compass                                                                              at DP2
P   K   95L   Determination of map bearings using a         2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
              protractor                                                                           at DP2
P   K   105L Grid reference plotting                        2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                   at DP2
P   K   110L Magnetic declination and variation             2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                   at DP2
P   K   115L Map care                                       2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                   at DP2
P   K   120L Map reading                                    2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field




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                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   125L Navigation techniques // including GPS       2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   130L Types and use of maps                        2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   245L Elementary fieldcraft formations             2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   250L Care and use of field living stores          2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   255L Fieldcraft hand signals                      2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   260L Preparation of field rations                 2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   265L Principles of camouflage and concealment     2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   275L Types and uses of shelters                   2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   280L Radio/telephone voice procedures             2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   315L Safe lifting and carrying methods            2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   320L Indvidual battle task requirements           2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                 at DP2
P   K   325L Organization and duties of range staff                 2   2   2   2   2   T
P   K   330L Procedures for zeroing weapons               1     1   2   2   2   2   2   T




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P   K   335L Target Indication                           2     2   2   2   2   2   2   T
P   K   340L Route card                                  2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   345L Recognition of sounds at night              2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   350L Driver maintenance SMP vehicles             2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   355L Authentication procedures                   2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   360L Individual battle task physical fitness     2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   CF
             requirements
P   K   365L Construct wire obstacles                    2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   370L Prepare and camoflague a fire trench        2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   375L Prepare a shell scrape                      2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   380L Ammunition and pyrotechnic safety           2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   385L Prepare a range card                        2     2   2   2   2   2   2   T
P   K   390L Searching ground                            2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   395L Mine awareness                              2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT&E, practice during field
                                                                                                at DP2
P   K   400L Basic Laser safety                          2     2   2   2   2   2   2       NT   PT




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            Q - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL AWARENESS


            R - SECURITY




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