Training Meetings TC 22-6 / FM 25-101 SSG Millington

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Training Meetings TC 22-6 / FM 25-101 SSG Millington. COMPANY TRAINING MEETING. Effective training is the Army’s number one priority during peacetime. Training management is the process used by Army leaders to identify training requirements and the plan ,
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Training MeetingsTC 22-6 / FM 25-101 SSG MillingtonCOMPANY TRAINING MEETINGEffective training is the Army’s number one priority during peacetime. Training management is the process used by Army leaders to identify training requirements and the plan , resource, execute and evaluate training.TRAINING MANAGEMENT CYCLEThe training management cycle begins with the assignment of a wartime mission and the establishment of a mission essential task list.Knowing where you are assessment and knowing where you are going are half the battle to conducting effective training.PLANNING
  • LONG RANGE-long range planning training is planned for and researched 12 months in advance. (training areas, ammunition, and fuel)
  • SHORT RANGE-short range planning is a refinement of the long range plan. Company level has a planning horizon of 3 months.
  • NEAR TERM-near term identifies specific actions required to execute the short range plan. Near covers a 4-6 week period before the start of training.
  • TRAINING MEEINGS-must be conducted weekly
  • TRAINING MEETING PLANNING PROCESS
  • The company meetings are to review completed training, deconflict training, plan and prepare future training
  • Phase I: Assessment (completed training)
  • Phase II: Coordination (detail and specific instruction)
  • Phase III: Future planning (training)
  • WHO ATTENDS AND WHY
  • The training meeting is a high priority mission for the company. Attendance is mandatory.
  • CO - who leads the meeting and gives provides directions and focus
  • XO-the 2nd in charge, coordinates training for all soldiers in sections w/o PL’s, he coordinates maintenance activities for the company
  • 1SG-helps the commander with individual soldier training assessments, provides guidance and advice
  • WHO ATTENDS CONT;
  • PL-1brief the collective task proficiency during assessment, 2 provide CO and others with upcoming training, 3 request and recommend collective tasks to train
  • PSG- 1 brief individual soldier tasks. 2 brief specific essential persecution checks for upcoming training. 3 recommend individual solders tasks for opportunity training.
  • SUPPLY-advise the CO on supply related issues, inspections and inventories, also works with the XO to coordinate outside support.
  • WHO ATTENDS CONT;
  • MASTER GUNNERS
  • MAINENTANCE CHIEF
  • NBC NCO
  • FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL
  • SLICE LEADERS & ATTACHMENTS
  • OTHERS DESIGNATED BY co
  • TRAINING MEETING TIME & PLACE
  • Should be conducted same day and time each week
  • Should logically follow the battalion meetings
  • Should enable attendees to make meeting
  • Should minimizing training disruptions
  • Should allow subordinate leaders time to brief their soldier
  • COMPANY HUDDLES WHAT ARE THY?Company Huddles
  • Last minutes changes to training
  • Final persecution check review
  • Special or new command guidance
  • Maintenance/personal status changes
  • AND: should last no more than 5-10 minutes
  • WHAT TO BRING TO THE TRAINING MEETING
  • CO
  • battle rosters
  • training meeting work sheet
  • METL w/ current assessment
  • most current Command Training Guidance
  • long and short range calendars
  • company training schedule
  • past week/month
  • approved future schedules
  • applicable manuals,OPORDS,MOI’s ,ect
  • XO
  • maintenance schedule
  • inspection schedule
  • current DA Form 2406
  • supply inventory schedule
  • HQ’s and HQ’s Company training schedule
  • status of resources requested for training
  • 1SG
  • leader book
  • company battle rosters
  • company duty rosters
  • battalion duty schedules
  • tasking
  • appointment schedules
  • schools list
  • inspections schedules
  • miscellaneous info (apft, height/weight data, etc.)
  • PL/PSG
  • leader book
  • platoon assessment work sheets
  • training schedule
  • persecution checklists
  • TEO for future training
  • platoon battle roster
  • future training work sheet
  • SUPPLY SGT
  • leader book
  • training schedules
  • supply inventory schedule(10 percent inventories)
  • inspection schedule
  • TNG NCO
  • training schedule
  • battle roster
  • SDT schedule
  • schools information
  • MASTER GUNNER
  • BATTLE STAFF NCO
  • MAINTENANCE TEAM CHIEF
  • NBC NCO
  • SLICE LEADERS AND ATTACHMENT
  • FOOD SERVICE NCO
  • CONDUCT TRAINING MEETING
  • Training meeting should not exceed 1 hr.
  • Completed training 15 min.
  • Near term training 30 min.
  • Short range training 15 min.
  • TRAINING MEETING/ COMPLETED TRAINING
  • Begins with PL/PSG assessing collective and soldier training since last meeting (see hand out)
  • Then platoons address Training short falls
  • Then CO updates the company training assessment
  • for each METL task using a training assessment work sheet
  • NEAR TERM TRAINING
  • Apply new command guidance
  • One very important part of the meeting is the discussion of persecution checks
  • includes the informal planning and detailed coordination
  • 4-6 weeks out reviewing near term training
  • focus on specific details
  • have TEO’s been prepared, lessons learned, training areas confirmed, transportation, class I, risk assessment, etc.
  • SHORT RANGE TRAINING
  • The CO must first check the BN long range training calendar
  • The PL/PSG base on there training assessment they plan to improve training proficiency
  • The CO develops the draft on METL task and PL/PSG imput
  • Golden Rules
  • RULE NUMBER ONE-don’t put anything on the training schedule that they do not intend to execute
  • RULE NUMBER TWO-do not fill up every minute of the training schedule
  • platoon need reaction time
  • time for immediate retaining
  • preparation time for training
  • make up training for soldiers on sick call etc.
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