OCS Training Management, Supply, Property
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Training Units and Developing Leaders
Army Training Network (ATN)
EVERY task you would want a platoon to do. Contains Combined Arms Training Strategy, Digital Training Management System (web based program to manage training reediness, training schedules and METL assessments, guide to AARs, ect.
Domains of Leader Development
Operational Experience, Institutional Learning, Self Development
First Principle of Leader Development
Lead By Example
Mission Essential Task
A task a unit could perform based on its design, equipment, manning, and table of organization and equipment (something you would expect a unit to be able to do)
Mission Essential Task List
Compilation of Mission Essential Tasks
Proficiency of individual soldiers to perform specified tasks related to an assigned duty position or skill level. Occurs both at institutional level and unit training.
Training to contribute to unit training objectives and mission essential task proficiency.
Spreadsheet breaking down Company METL, Company Collective, Platoon Collective, and Platoon Individual Tasks
4 Steps in Training Management
Plan, Prepare, Execute, Assess
Steps you take before beginning a training mission. Are soldiers trained on prerequisite tasks? Are ranges requested? Is recon of site complete? Are requested supplies available? have risk assessments been completed? back brief to chain of command.
Rehearsals allow leaders to
Identify weak points in the plan, teach effective training techniques, coach the trainer until they are comfortable, ensure safety and environmental considerations are met, ensure 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
What domain of leader development is the most direct and powerful?
Battalion Level Training Meetings
Company level training meetings
Platoon Training Meetings
Review last week's training, de-conflict training issues, plan future training
How far out is a training schedule planned?
Time and resources allocated for training outcomes that did not meet the standard
T, P, U
Trained, needs practice, untrained
Four Parts of an AAR
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 next time
Training Evaluations (Formal vs. Informal)
Scheduled vs. unscheduled
Training Evaluations (Internal vs. External)
Inside vs. above your unit
Training & Evaluation Outline (T&EO)
Summary document that provides information on objectives, evaluation procedures, and performance measures.
Go and No-Go
Three Types of Risk
Tactical Risk, Accidental Risk, Residual Risk
Risks imposed by enemy
all operational risks other than tactical risks
all remaining risks after controls are implemented
Assess hazards by two criteria:
degree of probability and degree of severity
likelihood that event will occur
degree of injury, illness, damage, etc.
Extremely high, High, Medium, Low
Army's website for safety
Common Table of Allowances. Standard supplies required for common usage by individuals across the army.
Table of Organization and Equipment. Baseline military equipment issued to organization like pens, paper, office equipment, cleaning supplies
Modified Table of Organization and Equipment. Specific to units ready to deploy (not institutional)
Table for units with no appropriate TOE. For units that do not deploy
Things that do not move (buildings, utilities, etc.)
Things that move (anything that's not personal property)
Three types of personal property
Non-expendable, eXpendable, Durable
How does equipment move from big army to soldiers?
MTOE/TDA => Property Book Officer => Company Commander => Platoon Leader => Platoon Sergeant => Squad Leader => User
obligation to keep records of property, documents, or funds
obligation of an individual to maintain and safeguard property or funds
Five types of responsibility
Command, Supervisory, Direct, Personal, Custodial
Everything under your command is your responsibility. This cannot be delegated
responsibility for equipment issued to subordinates
responsibility for equipment issued to you
if you are holding a piece of government property, take care of it
responsibility for property in storage awaiting issue or turn-in
DA form 3479
Brief recurring checkouts (weapons card)
DA form 3161
temporary hand receipt that expires after 30 days
DA form 2062
permanent hand receipt, component hand receipt, or shortage annex
intentionally wrongful or unlawful act or omission
Methods for obtaining relief from responsibility or property
FLIPL, Damage Statement, Statement of Charges (362), Memorandum of record
How much can a commander write off for hand tools on an MFR?
$100 per training mission
Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss
training conducted utilizing this approach allows and promotes an objective, standards based approach to training.
crawl: train each task step, train task step in sequence, train complete task until done
walk: train to objective standard, train with more realism, work as crews or small units
run: train collectively to achieve sustained proficiency, train under conditions to simulate combat, develop effective team relationships
Risk management training process
1. identify hazards
2. assess hazards to determine risks
3. develop controls and make risk decisions
4. implement controls
5. supervise and evaluate
FM 7-0 Training proficiency ratings
T minus - trained
P - practiced
P- Marginally practiced
Training and evaluation outlines
Summary document that provides info on objectives, evaluation procedures, and performance measures