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What Publication Covers NCOES and NCOPD?

AR 350-1 CH 3&4

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What does AR 350-1 CH 3&4 Cover?

NCOES and NCOPD

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What chapter of AR 350-1 covers NCOES?

Chapter 3

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Para 3-1
What provides Soldiers, leaders, and the Army Civilian Corps the key knowledge, skills, and attributes required to operate successfully in any environment?

The Army institutional training and education system

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Para 3-1
What are some Institutional Training Contributions for Soldiers throughout their careers?

1. Pre-Commissioning training
2. Initial Military Training (IMT)
3. Professional Military (PME)
4. Civilian Education
5. Leader Development
6. Specialty and Functional Training
7. Training Development
8. Distributed Learning (DL)
9. Training Support Products

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Para 3-2
What does the Acronym TASS stand for?

Total Army School System

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Para 3-2
What is the Acronym for the Total Army School System?

TASS

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Para 3-2
What is TASS?

TASS is a composite school system made up of AA, ARNG, USAR, and Army civilian institutional training systems

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Para 3-2
What are some Initial Military Training courses that TASS conducts?

1. Basic Combat Training (BCT)
2. AIT
3. Basic Officer Leadership Courses (BOLC I, II, III)

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Para 3-2
What are some of the Army training proponents responsible for TASS?

1. TRADOC
2. USASOC
3. MEDCOM
4. U.S. Army Intelligence and
Security Command (INSCOM)
5. U.S. Army Space and Missile
Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (SMDC/ARSTRAT)
6. ARNG, and the USAR

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Para 3-2
How is TASS training conducted?

Through both standard resident and distributed-learning courses

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Para 3-2
What ensures that all Army Soldiers, regardless of component, receive the same lessons and programs of instruction, regardless of what component schools conduct the training?

TASS courseware

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Para 3-2
What does NCOES stand for?

Noncommissioned Officer Education System

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Para 1-22
What does ATRRS stand for?

Army Training Requirements and Resources System

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Para 1-22
What is ATRRS?

ATRRS is the Army’s system of record for training utilizing a centralized training management real-time database managed by HQDA, DCS, G–1

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Para 1-22
What does SMDR stand for?

Structure and Manning Decision Review

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Para 1-22
What is SMDR?

SMDR validates training requirements, compares training requirements with school house resource capabilities (manpower, facilities, equipment, and dollars), and reconciles differences into an affordable, acceptable, and executable training program

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Para 3-2
When are the TASS training missions are validated?

During the SMDR process, reflected in the ARPRINT, and documented in ATRRS

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Para 3-2
What does TRAP stand for?

Training Resources Arbitration Panel

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Para 3-2
What must Commanders and Leaders ensure prior to a Soldier attending a course?

Ensure students have the mandatory clothing requirement for the course and that they meet other course prerequisites using the Pre-execution Checklist-prior to allowing the student to report for training

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Para 3-3
Who is the Army’s proponent for the training and leader development process and is the accrediting authority for Army institutions conducting training and leader development?

The TRADOC

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Para 3-3
What standard does TRADOC develop courses on?

Based on established training and education goals and objectives as well as the duties, responsibilities, and missions their graduates will be assigned

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Para 3-4
What does DOTMLPF stand for?

Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leader Development, Personnel and Facilities

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Para 3-4
What is the job of the special staff QA Office?

They report directly to and serve as the “eyes and ears” of the Commanding General

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Para 3-4
What is the function of the QA Program?

1. Identify deficiencies and efficiencies in center/school operations

2. Determine the value, content validity, and efficiency and effectiveness

3. Provide the means for learning institutions to assess and improve DOTMLPF functions and products

4. Include internal evaluation, external evaluation, and accreditation


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Para 3-4
What is the intent to Managing training feedback programs?

Providing feedback to improve doctrine, training and education and supporting products

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Para 3-4
What are some of the Multiple sources that Feedback is acquired from?

1. Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL)

2. Combat Training Centers

3. Conferences

4. Collection and Analysis Teams (CAATs), Reserve-CAATs

5. Unit Commanders, Soldiers, Army civilians, course graduates/first line supervisors, and studies

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Para 3-4
What is a QA Program function that helps to assure the command that the learning institution’s DOTMLPF domains meet the competency needs of today’s Army and the operating force?

Accreditation

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Para 3-5
Where would you find Information concerning Army training courses available?

Through the ATRRS (Army Training Requirements and Resources System)

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Para 3-5
What is ATRRS?

The ATRRS is a centralized management database of individual training courses taught by and for Army personnel