The Training NCO is responsible for maintaining all training support materials. They prepare materials to advise the unit commander on military education requirements and submit applications for Army Service schools. Additionally, they provide the necessary information for the unit status report, attend all unit training meetings, and develop and publish the unit training calendar and schedules. The Training NCO also forecasts and secures training resources, including training sites, and ensures the maintenance of all training records. They are proficient in operating ATRRS and other training systems and maintain positive control over valuable equipment worth $XXXX.
In the role of a Training NCO, their responsibilities include maintaining all training support materials and preparing materials to advise the unit commander on unit mobilization posture and requirements. They provide the information necessary for the unit status report and actively participate in all unit training assemblies and annual training periods. They offer assistance and guidance in the preparation and execution of unit training and conduct preparatory visits to training sites to ensure availability of required training areas, ranges, and equipment. Furthermore, they are responsible for the unit MOS qualification training program.
As a Training NCO for an Inland Cargo Transfer Company, overseeing over 200 Soldiers, they are responsible for executing the commander’s plans and programs to achieve the unit’s training objectives and missions. Their duties involve drafting training schedules, continuously reviewing available publications to maintain unit training files, requesting training areas, ranges, and other necessary items for scheduled training, and managing the company’s allocations for NCOES and various other Soldier schools. They are entrusted with the health, welfare, and safety of six Soldiers and their families, as well as the accountability of equipment worth over $250,000.
In this role, the Training NCO is assigned to a deployable Corps Support Military Police Company. Their responsibilities include preparing all unit-level training schedules, calendars, and briefings, highlighting and forecasting all training requirements and logistical support. They organize and execute monthly unit training meetings, providing the commander with statistical data to determine the unit’s deployable readiness. The Training NCO manages the unit-level training ammunition account, maintains training records, and tracks mandatory unit training while strictly maintaining the Soldier database. They also supervise seven Soldiers and oversee the units’ communications section.
The Training NCO develops and maintains all training records, schedules and prepares training, assists Soldiers in personnel actions and service school attendance, and advises the Operations Readiness NCO on deployment training. They also plan and execute unit mobilization plans, attend schools and conferences as required, operate ATRRS and other training systems, and maintain control over equipment worth over $80,000.
Serving as the Training NCO of a deployed Combat Sustainment Support Battalion with over 1,400 Soldiers, they supervise three NCOs. Their responsibilities include managing and disseminating Fragmentary and Operation Orders received from the brigade to staff sections and subordinate units, developing taskings based on unit capabilities and assets, and overseeing and tracking training requirements for nine subordinate companies. They also coordinate weekly training meetings for the Command Sergeants Major and First Sergeants, facilitate theater-specific and professional development schools for the battalion, and provide training on current enemy Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) and Counter-Improvised Explosive Device recognition and mitigation to Combat Logistic Patrols.
Company Operations and Training NCO (COT)
As the primary trainer of the Station Commanders, the COT NCO is responsible for assessing, planning, conducting, and evaluating their training. They identify training deficiencies and develop a needs-based company training plan in coordination with company leadership. Additionally, they provide primary training on policy, doctrine, and new information management systems and technology changes originating from HQ, USAREC, as well as conduct training at company training functions.
Master Trainer (Battalion Level)
In the capacity of a Master Trainer, they are responsible for assessing, planning, conducting, and evaluating the training of Company Operations and Training NCOs (COT) and First Sergeants. During this process, they identify training deficiencies and develop a needs-based battalion training plan in coordination with battalion leadership. They coordinate and provide primary training on policy, doctrine, and new information management systems and technology changes received from HQ, USAREC. They also conduct training at battalion training functions and oversee all developmental programs and the battalion’s Professional Military Education Order of Merit List.
Army Reserve Training NCO
The Army Reserve Training NCO plays a crucial role in ensuring the successful accomplishment of tasks that support the unit’s training programs and objectives. They draft training schedules complying with command guidance, directives, and higher headquarters’ publications.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES
As the Training NCO, one of the primary responsibilities is to provide supervision over the unit’s training requirements, ensuring they are met to enhance the unit’s readiness. This includes monitoring non MOSQ Soldiers and submitting individual training requirements to ensure comprehensive training coverage. Additionally, the Training NCO is responsible for forecasting and coordinating school seats via the ATRRS system, guaranteeing that the unit’s personnel have the necessary opportunities for professional development.
Developing and publishing the unit training calendar and schedules is another vital duty of the Training NCO. They meticulously plan and organize the unit’s training activities, ensuring that all training requirements are met within the allocated timeframes. Moreover, the Training NCO forecasts ammunition requirements to ensure an adequate supply for training exercises.
Securing training resources, including training sites, is a crucial aspect of the Training NCO’s role. They proactively assess and secure suitable locations for training activities, such as training areas and ranges, to facilitate effective and efficient training sessions. The Training NCO is also responsible for updating and maintaining the unit mobilization files, ensuring accurate and up-to-date records.
One of the key deliverables of the Training NCO is the coordination, compilation, and production of the Unit Status Report (USR) and Commanders Training Assessment (CTA). They meticulously gather and organize relevant data and information to provide a comprehensive overview of the unit’s training status and effectiveness. These reports contribute to evaluating the unit’s readiness and identifying areas for improvement.
In this position, knowledge and proficiency in various systems and programs are essential. The Training NCO must be familiar with the Automated Fund Control Orders System (AFCOS), Defense Travel Management System (DTMS), Army Training Requirements and Resource System (ATRRS), and have a basic understanding of Microsoft-based programs. This knowledge enables them to effectively manage training-related administrative tasks and leverage technology for enhanced efficiency.
The Training NCO also plays a crucial role in advising and assisting the Company Operations Readiness NCO on military education requirements. They provide guidance on the educational opportunities available and forward applications for Army Service schools. Furthermore, the Training NCO actively participates in planning, updating, and executing unit mobilization plans, loading plans, and unit supply planning. They ensure the unit is well-prepared for mobilization and have the necessary resources for deployment.
Responsible for overseeing military training, the Training NCO is tasked with devising and implementing comprehensive training plans, guidelines, and procedures. They develop reports and assessments to evaluate the training effectiveness of both the unit and individual soldiers. Adhering to Army training doctrine, the Training NCO ensures that all training is conducted in accordance with established standards. They prepare training guidelines, individual training records, operation orders, mobilization plans, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and readiness reports.
In preparation for the unit’s yearly training workshop, the Training NCO collaborates with unit leadership to develop the yearly training plan. They also make necessary arrangements and preparations for the monthly unit training meetings. This includes preparing training schedules and plans, seeking approval from the commander and higher headquarters. The Training NCO diligently maintains training guidance and documents as required by higher headquarters. They are responsible for preparing training and evaluation outlines, as well as lesson plans, ensuring they meet the necessary standards. All correspondence related to training is carefully prepared and submitted for approval by the commander or higher-level supervisors.
As part of their duties, the Training NCO completes training expenditure forecasts as required. They take charge of coordinating training programs for the unit, which includes scheduling training areas, procuring necessary equipment, and obtaining other materials required for testing personnel. They also coordinate the presence of training scorer/evaluators or test officers.
The Training NCO plays a key role in procuring, designing, reproducing, and distributing a variety of training aids, map overlays, and transparencies. These materials are essential for efficient unit operation and training.
Managing the use of school quotas, training support, and other allocated training resources is another important responsibility of the Training NCO. They prepare and forward training requests for all unit members, ensuring that applicants meet the eligibility criteria and all prerequisites for attending the requested school have been met. Upon completion of required training and other qualifications, the Training NCO prepares or requests the appropriate personnel actions.
The Training NCO actively coordinates, schedules, and monitors the use of training facilities, areas, and ranges for both annual and inactive duty training. Based on their expertise, they make recommendations on the most suitable training facilities that align with the unit’s goals and objectives.