Heavy Brigade Combat Tem (HBCT) Tactical Leader Course
The Army is transforming to meet the
challenges of an asymmetric threat in high intensity and
Stability and Reconstruction Operations (S&RO) in both
contiguous and noncontiguous battlefields. As the Army
transitions the Armor Center from Ft. Knox to the Maneuver
Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, training development
support will be further directed towards defining required
capabilities for Infantry, Armor, and Cavalry to meet the
needs of the Future Force; and developing those capabilities
and requirements to ensure Soldiers are equipped with the
skills, doctrine, and materiel to win on the Joint and
Combined Battlefield. HBCT training must reflect these
DRC is developing a Tactical Leader
Course for all Army HBCTs that addresses the Army’s
transformational challenges. Our work involves developing
more than 120 hours of General Mission Essential Tasks/Core
Critical Mission Essential Tasks curriculum, leader
certification, and home station-required training. The
courseware is exportable for use by mobile training teams (MTTs)
and is tailored to a range of leaders (Lieutenant Colonel
through Staff Sergeant).
Using a proven and proactive spiral
delivery approach DRC delivers HBCT collective task
analysis; lesson plans; and instructional products. Our
spiral delivery approach lets clients see products early in
the project schedule. Through the Army’s Automated Systems
Approach to Training (ASAT) and comprehensive in-process
reviews, DRC can “show” the product to its clients in an
iterative fashion allowing DRC and the Government to reach
earlier consensus on how best to meet the requirements.
In order to effectively analyze and
improve upon the current training, DRC brings a team of
instructional developers and military Subject Matter Experts
(SMEs) with years of experience assessing, analyzing,
developing, and evaluating the effectiveness of numerous
Fulfills both current and emerging
HBCT leadership training requirements.
ability to incorporate cognition skills training that
teaches soldiers and leaders how to think in a fluid,
asymmetric, operational environment.
Proactive delivery approach
eliminates technical surprises, establishes a design
that meets requirements and business needs without
rework or redevelopment; reduces risk.
Contributes to improved readiness.
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