Officer Candidate School (OCS)
United States Army Infantry Center Learning Center of Excellence 2009
Course Overview Reserve component OCS is a 12-15 month (Traditional Program) or 8-week (accelerated program) Leaders Course of Instruction, taught in a high-stress environment, during which the cadre develop and evaluate the performance of the candidates as it relates to their potential for commissioning as second lieutenants in the Total Force.
OCS Information Brief
OCS Information / Packing List
OCS Guide 2010
31B Basic Military Police Course
United States Army Military Police School Full Accreditation Certificate 2012
Course Overview: Provides a logical progression of transitioning Soldiers trained in another CMF into Military Police Soldiers by the presentation of individual skills and tasks selected to develop a well disciplined, motivated military police Soldier, proficient in common military police entry level tasks. It provides the military knowledge and MOS skills required to function as a military policeman, to include: Maneuver and mobility support operations, area security operations, internment and resettlement operations, law and order operations, police intelligence operations and to support the peacetime army community through security of critical army resources, crime prevention programs and preservation of law and order, The course develops self-discipline, motivations, physical readiness, and proficiency in combat survivability, combat techniques, individual and crew-served weapons.
BMPC Student Guide TY12
BMPC Course Announcement-SC1013.pdf
Army Basic Instructor Course (ABIC)
The ABIC student will apply the 21st Century Soldier Competencies and supporting instructor competencies using a Training Development Capability (TDC) system course approved lesson plan. Large and small group discussions, and required homework, are used to discuss ALM 2015 instructional methodologies, instructor/facilitator responsibilities, applying adult learning principles, sound communication skills and questioning techniques. Student evaluate themselves and their peers using a course Method of Effectiveness Rubric that links instructor competencies and the 21st Century Soldier competencies.
Course Prerequisites: You must be in the pay grade of E-5 or above, assigned as an institutional instructor or provide military instruction as part of your assigned duties. Soldiers reporting for training must be physically qualified or possess a valid waiver according to AR 40-501 and meet the physical standards of AR 600-9.
ABIC Student letter 2013.pdf
NCO Paper Number ALM 2015.pdf
TRADOC Pam 525-8-2 ALM 2015.pdf
TSP lesson plan explain.pdf
SGITC Small Group Instructor Training Course
This course instructs the Soldier in the areas of applying specified small group methods while developing team building skill and facilitating the group process, developing decision making / problem solving skills, modeling army leader values and applying communications skills.
Course Prerequisites: You must be active army or reserve component enlisted personnel. Soldiers reporting for training must be physically qualified or possess a valid waiver according to AR 40-501 and meet the physical standards of AR 600-9. All Soldiers must have completed a Total Army Instructor Course (TAIC) or another TRADOC approved instructor training course and be assigned as a group leader / facilitator.
Basic Combatives Level 1 and Tactical Combatives Level 2
Course Scope: Students will receive instruction on the core ground fighting techniques utilized in Modern Army Combatives. During this course students will apply techniques learned against fully resistant opponents during sparring sessions. Each student will participate in the sparring sessions, achieve the clinch drill and be evaluated on their ability to instruct all presented material in a comprehensible manner as part of the graduation requirements.