US Army Training Management

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Domains of Development
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Operational Domain, Institutional Domain, Self-development Domain
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Principles of Leader Development
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1. Lead by Example 2. Develop subordinate leadership 3. Create a learning environment for subordinate leaders 4. Train leaders in the art and science of mission command 5. Train to develop adaptive leaders 6. Train Leaders to think critically and creatively 7. Train your leaders to know their subordinates and their families
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Eleven Principles of Unit Training
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1. Commanders and other leaders are responsible for training. 2. Non-commissioned officers train individuals, crews, and small teams 3. Train to standards 4. Train as you will fight 5. Train while operating 6. Train fundamentals first 7. Train to develop adaptability 8. Understand the operational environment 9. Train to sustain 10. Train to maintain 11. Conduct multiechelon and concurrent training
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Role of Platoon Leader
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1. Understand 2. Visualize 3. Describe 4. Direct 5. Lead 6. Assess
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METL
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Mission Essential Task List. A compilation of Mission Essential Tasks.
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Operation Process in Training Management
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1. Plan 2. Prepare 3. Execute 4. Assess
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Pre-execution Checks
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Are soldiers trained on prerequisite tasks? Are ranges and facilities requested; reason of site complete? Leaders certified to conduct range operations? Convoy clearances submitted and approved? Are Class I, III, V supplies requested w/ pickup times set? Have risk assessments been completed? Back brief to the chain of command coordinated? Is time allocated/scheduled for retrain?
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Rehearsal allows leaders to:
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Identify weak points in the plan Teach effective training techniques Coach the trainer until they are comfy Safety and environmental considerations are met Leaders are tactically and technically proficient Determine how the trainer will evaluate the training Assess subordinate trainer competencies and provide feedback Give subordinates confidence in their ability to train
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Eight Step Training Method
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1. Plan the training 2. Train/Certify 3. Recon the site 4. Issue the Plan 5. Rehearse 6. Execute 7. Conduct AAR 8. Retrain
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Battalion Training Meetings focus on
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Training Management
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Among 3 aspects of leader development – training, education and experience – which is most direct and powerful?
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Experience
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Platoon Training Meeting Examples
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Review last weeks training: 15 minutes *Conducted, not conducted, retraining, assessments Coordination (de-conflict training issues): 30 minutes Planning Future Training: 15 minutes Training schedules = contract with your subordinates
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Retraining
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Not all tasks will be completed to standard on the first or second attempt Allocate time and resources to retrain Training is incomplete until the unit or individual attains the Army standard on the task IAW the training and evaluation outline (T&EO) Substandard performance cannot be acceptable
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Four parts of an AAR
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Review what was supposed to happen Establish what happened Determine what was right or wrong with what happened Determine how the task should be done differently the next time
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Training Evaluations
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Informal/Formal Internal/External
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Evaluation Ratings can be
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Go or No Go
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Training and Evaluation Outlines
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A summary document that provides info on objectives, evaluation procedures
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Three Types of Risk
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Tactical Risk- concerned with hazards that exist because of enemy or adversary presence Accidental Risk – includes all operational risks other than tactical risk Residual Risk* – risk level remaining after controls have been put in place for a hazard
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Risk Management
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1. Identify hazards 2. Assess hazards to determine risks 1. Frequent (A) 2. Likely (B) 3. Occasional (C) Substep B: Degree of Severity 1. Catastrophic (I) 2. Critical (II) 3. Marginal (III) 4. Negligible (IV) Substep C: Estimate level of Risk 1. Extremely High (E) 2. High (H) 3. Moderate (M) 4. Low (L) 3. Develop controls and make risk decisions 4. Implement controls 5. Supervise and evaluate

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