The 92F Instructor is responsible for preparing, planning, and controlling courses of instruction for the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 92F, Petroleum Supply Specialist. They coordinate with the Course Manager/Director of Instruction and Battalion Institutional Training Staff to establish course and class records. The Instructor ensures timely and accurate submission of attendance documentation, academic deficiency notices, and course correspondence. They develop a complete training schedule 90 days prior to the start of each class and maintain comprehensive and accurate class records. Additionally, they prepare for accreditation and certify junior instructors, contributing to the overall effectiveness of training in the field of petroleum supply.
As an Instructor/Writer in the Systems Training Integration Division (STID), this individual plays a vital role in managing the development, testing, and implementation of training products for new equipment systems, non-systems, and training devices. They collaborate with material developers, contractors, and test agencies throughout the acquisition life cycle. The Instructor/Writer performs training analysis and Validation and Verification (VAL/VER) of current and new engineer equipment. They serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) representing the user at Soldier Touch Points (STP) and are responsible for the development and execution of Doctrine & Tactics Training (DTT), Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI), and Virtual Clearance Training Simulator (VCTS). Their expertise extends to combat and munitions systems for the Engineer Regiment.
25U Training Developer
The 25U Training Developer serves as a Writer/Instructor for the Signal Training Operation Development Training Education Developer (STOD TED). They analyze, develop, implement, and evaluate training products for both institutional and organizational environments. The Training Developer continually updates lesson plans, equipment, facilities, and publications within the Training Development Capability (TDC). They assist with Course Administrative Data (CAD) and Training Requirements (TRAS) documents. Conducting classroom observations and course validations are also part of their responsibilities. Additionally, they plan and coordinate the Critical Task Site Selection Board (CTSSB) and provide recommendations for changes to the Army Correspondence Course Program (ACCP) and Field Manuals (FM). The Training Developer revises Programs of Instruction (POI) for specific Military Occupational Specialties (MOS).
The Instructor/Writer plays a pivotal role in developing, maintaining, and updating course material for the purpose of training Soldiers in the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 25Q, Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer. They conduct remedial training, examinations, and evaluations of Soldiers to determine their eligibility for awarding the MOS. The Instructor/Writer ensures accountability and positive control of test materials to protect the integrity of examinations. They coordinate various logistical needs such as classroom space, training areas, and food service to support training. The Instructor/Writer also verifies that all prerequisites are met prior to accepting students into courses and diligently documents all aspects of student duty performance, ensuring timely submission of all reports.
This individual serves as an Instructor/Writer, providing technical training for a large number of Initial Entry Training (IET), international, and reclassification Soldiers annually. They develop, maintain, and update course material to ensure the delivery of quality training. Conducting remedial training, examinations, and evaluations are integral parts of their responsibilities for awarding the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 25B, Information Technology Specialist. The Instructor/Writer maintains accountability and positive control of test materials to safeguard the integrity of examinations. They are also responsible for the health, welfare, and supervision of a specified number of Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs).
Instructor/Writer assigned to TRADOC TASS Region G
As the Senior Instructor-Writer assigned to TRADOC TASS (Training and Doctrine Command Training Assistance and Support System) Region G, this individual serves as an advisor to the TASS training battalion commander and staff. Their role involves fulfilling the provision of full-time liaison duty as mandated by the National Defense Authorization Act. They actively participate in organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing, and training efforts to enhance experience, leadership, and effectiveness within the active Army, Reserves, and National Guard. The Senior Instructor-Writer oversees the training of approximately 1,500 students annually and manages an operational budget exceeding $200 million. They provide support across 21 training sites spread over 14 western states, Alaska, Guam, and Hawaii, ensuring the successful execution of training programs.
The Instructor functions as an instructor within multiple committees, including the ROTC Committee, Chaplain Basic Officer Leader Course Committee, and Basic Rifle Marksmanship Range Committee. Their responsibilities encompass providing training and processing support for Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers, National Guard, Reserve, and Active Duty units. They are involved in personnel management and processing IET Soldiers in accordance with U.S. Army and Fort Jackson regulations. The Instructor plays a critical role in processing and preparing Soldiers for Basic Combat Training (BCT), ensuring a smooth and efficient transition.
In the capacity of an Instructor, this individual delivers technical training for over 820 reclassification Soldiers annually. They are responsible for developing, maintaining, and updating course material for the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 88M, Motor Transport Operator. The Instructor conducts remedial training, examinations, and evaluations to determine eligibility for awarding the MOS. They ensure accountability and positive control of test materials, safeguarding the integrity of examinations. Additionally, the Instructor is accountable for maintaining the security and serviceability of computers and related equipment valued at over $17,000,000. They assume responsibility for the health, welfare, and supervision of all guest instructors, ensuring a conducive learning environment.
The Training Developer serves as a member of the Leadership Development Section within the Training Development and Integration Division of the Directorate of Training (DOT). Their primary responsibilities involve analyzing, designing, developing, and validating training products and resourcing documents for various courses. They contribute to the development of the Basic Officer Leaders Course (BOLC), Signal Captains Career Course (SCCC), Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT), BDE S-6, BN S-6, Signal Pre-Command, and Signal Digital Master Gunners course (S-DMG). Using the Systems Approach to Training (SAT) process, they ensure the critical tasks identified within the MOS/AOC are effectively addressed. The Training Developer supports an annual class load of 500 students, contributing to the enhancement of leadership skills and capabilities.
This individual leads, trains, and maintains National Registered Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). They serve as an instructor for the 68W10 courses, Combat Lifesaver Courses (CLS), Advanced Leaders Course (ALC), and Senior Leaders Course (SLC). Their primary objective is to deliver quality instruction and training to enable students to perform their required tasks and qualify as 68Ws or at the appropriate NCOES level. The Instructor accurately and thoroughly documents all aspects of student duty performance and ensures the timely submission of all reports and assigned duties.
M1A1 and M1A2 Instructor/Writer
I fulfill the role of an Instructor/Writer on a M1A1 and M1A2 Main Battle Tank within a One Unit Training (OSUT) company. My primary responsibilities include conducting training on basic, advanced, and tactical driving techniques. Additionally, I provide training to Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers on tank gunnery and related skills. In this capacity, I am accountable for training approximately 40 Soldiers quarterly, and I oversee the maintenance of 47 tanks, including both turret and hull upkeep. Furthermore, I am responsible for ensuring the proper accountability of Basic Issue Items (BII) and associated equipment, which hold a total value of $6.21 million dollars.
My role entails the command, control, and supervision of a Personnel Service Battalion. This battalion conducts classes and delivers instruction to students. As the Lead Instructor, I am responsible for communicating, coordinating, and providing guidance to the students. I ensure that all training activities align with regulations and the established Program of Instruction (POI). Acting as the local representative and point of contact for the commander, I provide monthly reports, after action reports, and training evaluations to keep them informed about the status of classes.
Within the United States Army Engineer School, I serve as an Instructor/Writer for the Engineer Basic Officer Leadership Course (EBOLC) class. The class consists of three cadre members and around 70 students on a daily basis, with an annual load exceeding 800 students. In this role, I coordinate and synchronize logistical and administrative support from various agencies to facilitate student training effectively. Apart from providing instruction, I act as a mentor and counselor, setting high standards of conduct and accountability for newly commissioned officers. Additionally, I supervise and refine the physical readiness training program to ensure optimal performance.