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Joint Forces Headquarters KSARNG PAM 350 1,Kansas National Guard. Topeka Kansas 66611 1287,15 March 2013, By Order of The Adjutant General History This issue is used in conjunction with NGKS. SOP 350 1 dated 1 October 2011, Brigadier General KSARNG Summary This KS PAM facilitates state wide. standardization of training management in the,Kansas Army National Guard KSARNG while. providing procedural guidance on training, Official management to senior commands Additionally it is.
designed to identify responsibilities of key, Howard E Wheeler stakeholder with respect to training management. COL AR KSARNG, Director of Plans Operations and TrainingSuggested Improvements. The proponent of this publication is the G3,KSARNG Users are invited to send comments and. suggested improvement to The Adjutant General s,Department ATTN G3 2800 Topeka Blvd Topeka. Distribution Army All,Contents Listed by Paragraph and page number.
Chapter 1 General,Purpose 1 1 page 4,References 1 2 page 4. Scope 1 3 page 4,Objective 1 4 page 4,Tools 1 5 page 6. Chapter 2 Mission Essential Task List METL Development. Purpose 2 1 page 7,What is a METL 2 2 page 7,Understanding the Higher Units METL 2 3 page 8. Refine Build the Unit METL 2 4 page 8,The METL Approval Process 2 5 page 9. Risks to the Training Plan 2 6 page 10,Give Guidance to Subordinates 2 7 page 10.
Determining Tasks to Train 2 8 page 10, Tools to assist in finding tasks to be trained 2 9 page10. The Commander s Analysis 2 10 page 12,Platoon Task Development 2 11 page 13. Chapter 3 Staff Metal Development,Staff Training 3 1 page 14. Roles Responsibilities 3 2 page 14,Execution 3 3 page 17. Assessment 3 4 page 17, Battle Command As a Weapons System BCAWS 3 5 page 17.
KSARNG PAM 350 1 15 March 2013,Staff Battle Drills 3 6 page 18. Chapter 4 Planning and Resourcing,What is Long Range Planning 4 1 page 18. Integrating Leader Development 4 2 page 19, Building the training execution matrix 4 3 page 19. Long Range Planning 4 4 page 19,ARFORGEN and Non ARFORGEN Units 4 5 page 20. Building the Unit Training Execution Matrix 4 6 page 21. Short Range Planning 4 7 page 21,Near Term Planning 4 8 page 21.
Training Meetings 4 9 page 23,Prepare to Execute Training 4 10 page 23. Train the Trainers 4 11 page 24,Pre Execution Checks 4 12 page 24. Rehearse 4 13 page 24,Publish Unit Training Schedules 4 14 page 25. Recovery 4 15 page 26,Summary 4 16 page 26,Chapter 5 Training Execution and Assessment. Training Execution Intent 5 1 page 27,Characteristics of Effective Training 5 2 page 27.
Crawl Walk Run 5 3 page 28,Recovery from Training 5 4 page 28. Assessment 5 5 page 29,Evaluation 5 6 page 31,Certification 5 7 page 32. After Action Review AAR 5 8 page 32,Appendix 1 DTMS. References page 34,Purpose 1 1 page 34,Responsibilities 1 2 page 34. Scope 1 3 page 34,AT IDT 1 4 page 34,Training Schedules 1 5 page 34.
Assessment 1 6 page 35,State Classes 1 7 page 35,Database of Record 1 8 page 35. Troubleshoot and Support 1 9 page 35, Appendix 2 Schools Management Standard Operations Procedure SOP. Purpose 2 1 page 37,References 2 2 page 37,Scope 2 3 page 37. Responsibilities 2 4 page 37,Training Selections 2 5 page 37. Order of Merit List Priorities of Training and Funding Guidance 2 6 page 37. Prerequisites 2 7 page 38,Structured Self Development 2 8 page 39.
Additional Skill Identifier 2 9 page 39,Special Qualification Identifiers 2 10 page 39. ATRRS application process 2 11 page 39,Cancellations No Shows and Failures 2 12 page 40. Waivers 2 13 page 40,KSARNG PAM 350 1 15 March 2013. Appendix 3 Training Meetings,Purpose 3 1 page 41,Participants 3 2 page 41. Time and Place 3 3 page 41,Agenda and Time Requirements 3 4 page 42.
Training Meeting Inputs and Outputs 3 5 page 42,Additional Resources 3 6 page 43. KSARNG PAM 350 1 15 March 2013,1 1 Purpose, The purpose of this pamphlet is to facilitate state wide standardization of training management in the. Kansas Army National Guard KSARNG while providing procedural guidance on training management to. senior commands Additionally it is designed to identify responsibilities of key stakeholders with respect. to training management,1 2 References,The Operations Process. Training Units and Developing Leaders,Training Units and Developing Leaders. Training and Leader Development,Army Force Generation.
FM 5 0 Replaced by ADP 5 0,Army Planning and Orders Production. FM 7 0 Replaced by ADP 7 0,Training for Full Spectrum Operations. KSARNG SOP 350 1, Kansas Army National Guard Training and Leader Development. KSARNG SOP 350 2,Yearly Training Requirements,Army Training Network. Combined Arms Training Strategy,Digital Training Management System.
This PAM is intended to be utilized in conjunction with KSARNG SOP 350 1 and the Army Training. Network ATN It is designed to provide instructions and guidance for the most common and frequently. recurring training subjects encountered by units in the KSARNG Additionally it provides knowledge tools. for commanders and leaders at all levels to plan resources execute and assess training. 1 4 Objective, The objective of the KSARNG is to provide an organized trained and prepared community based force of. ready Citizen Soldiers We must first attain then maintain individual Soldier readiness before immersing. KSARNG PAM 350 1 15 March 2013, Soldiers in aggressive collective training We must dramatically diminish individual Soldier readiness. driven cross leveling to support mobilizations Individually Soldiers must be medically and. administratively ready Duty Military Occupational Specialty Qualified DMOSQ professionally developed. according to their rank physically and mentally resilient proficient as leaders and disciplined. Commanders must dedicate sufficient time and resources to ensure individual Soldier readiness We. must focus our limited resources on producing ready Soldiers we will not wait until a Soldier Readiness. Processing SRP event to discover that we have Soldiers that are unavailable for deployment We will. increase Soldier resiliency through realistic mission focused and physically demanding training. KSARNG units will remain focused on mission essential tasks however individual Soldier readiness. takes precedence over all other training Clearly commanders must understand doctrine pre. mobilization training requirements theater directed training requirements and their mission However. emphasizing Individual Soldier Readiness over collective mission essential task list METL training. requires flexible commanders leaders and trainers who can develop multi echelon training plans In the. future commanders will have to be savvy enough to balance individual readiness and training. management, a In order to be effective in training management it is imperative that commanders develop long range. training plans that are nested within the Army Force Generation Plan ARFORGEN. ARNG CEF DEF Non BCT,Surge Cycle 1 4 5 Year 60 Month. Aim Points and Manning Targets,RESET TRAIN READY AVAILABLE.
MONTHS 0 12 24 36 48 60,FORCE POOL RESET T R 1 T R 2 T R 3 AVAILABLE. CEF DEF CEF DEF CEF DEF CEF DEF,P3 P3 P2 P2 P2 AMM 1 P2 AMM 1. S3 S3 S2 S2 S1 AME 1 S1 AME 1,R2 R2 R2 R2 R1 R1,T4 T4 T3 T3 T3 T2 FTX. C4 C4 C3 C3 C3 C2,Strategic Flexibility Operational Depth. Upon NOS 60 DEF units will report against Assigned Mission Manning AMM and Assigned Mission Equipment AME Aim Points. LEGEND CEF Contingency Expeditionary Force DEF Deployment Expeditionary Force Aim Points. AMM AME Measurement, b ARFORGEN involves a structured progression that builds unit readiness over time resulting in.
recurring periods of availability of trained ready and cohesive modular units to meet both combatant. command and Army requirements, c Long range training plans synchronize supporting units by allocating dedicated training time for units. to train on METL tasks Long range planning encompasses 5 years for BDE MSC 5 years for BNs and 3. year at the CO level It is imperative that commands identify significant training events and develop an. overall training focus in building their 5 year plan Additionally BN commanders are required to develop. long range training plans for each of their subordinate AA units. KSARNG PAM 350 1 15 March 2013,State Division BDE Level BNs CO. CTG 2 years 5 year years 4 5 overall,Long Range, Execution Matrix 5 year training focus and AT 3 year. Planning Horizon,EM 5 years event only,9 10 months EM published 4. Long Range 12 months prior EM published 6 months,prior to the FY months prior to.
Guidance to the FY start 1 prior to FY start 1 APR. NLT 1 JAN FY start 1 JUN,Publication Date OCT annually annually. annually annually,Short Range,1 year 1 year 1 year 1 year. Planning Horizon,Specific annual, Short Range training 9 months prior to 4 months prior. 6 months prior to FY,Guidance requirements FY NLT 1 JAN to FY NLT 1. NLT 1 APR annually, Publication Date 350 2 by 1 OCT annually JUN annually.
Near Term Staff meetings Staff meetings training Training. Planning Cycle Staff meetings,training meetings meetings meetings. OPORD FRAGO LOI,Near Term OPORD OPORD FRAGO Schedule. etc as needed,Guidance FRAGO LOI LOI etc as developed NLT. Tng Schedule approved, Publication Date etc as needed needed 4 months prior. NLT 3 months out,Planning Timeline Matrix, Training management planning has evolved significantly over the last five years therefore leaders need.
to be aware and understand this evolution and utilize the most current tools in developing their training. a Commander s Training Guidance provides the Kansas Army National Guard Commander s yearly. training guidance It includes philosophy intent and identifies vital and important training tasks generally. b KSARNG SOP 350 1 provides detailed Commander s Training Guidance to all Kansas Army. National Guard subordinate elements complies with Department of the Army and National Guard Bureau. guidance on training Normally updated every 24 36 months. c KSARNG PAM 350 1 provides procedural guidance on training management to senior commands. Additionally it is designed to identify responsibilities of key stakeholders with respect to training. management, d KSARNG SOP 350 2 provides Training Guidance pertaining to the execution of training for 1 2. years Key chapters provide guidance on annual training and IDT funding schools training and yearly. requirements which may change from year to year as regulations and guidance changes. e ADP 7 0 contains the fundamental principles by which the military forces or elements guide their. actions in support of national objectives generally limited to 10 15 pages. f ADRP 7 0 supports ADP 7 0 and gives a detailed explanation of all doctrinal principles which. provides the foundational understanding so everyone in the Army can interpret it the same way. g FM 7 0 lays out the tactics and procedures needed for the employment and ordered arrangement of. forces in relation to each other generally 150 pages. h ATN Is the Army training network and compliments ADP ADRP 7 0 it provides the detailed. descriptions and examples of how to conduct training It can be accessed thru the web at. https atn army mil, i CATS provides task based event driven training strategies designed to assist unit commander in. achieving training readiness consistent with ARFORGEN Army unit training guidance reporting. regulations and doctrine CATS provide commanders leaders and trainers with a foundation on which to. build an training plan by providing a strategy for training that can be modified to meet unit training. requirements CATS task selections group collective tasks into a logical training sequence which includes. the event resources and training support required The training events and tasks selections can be. adapted to the unit s requirements based on the commander s training focus and assessment of METL. KSARNG PAM 350 1 15 March 2013,proficiency, j Conclusion changes in OPTEMPO across the KSARNG require commanders both senior and. subordinate to follow effective training management techniques Transitioning from a perpetually. deploying organization to a reliable reserve will force trainers to maximize and standardize training tools. At end state the KSARNG will increase Soldier readiness thus enabling the fielding of mission focused. units capable of meeting current and future operational challenges. Mission Essential Task List METL Development,2 1 Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to define the METL development process from higher commander s. guidance down to the individual task the Soldier must perform In this chapter we will define the METL. illustrate the METL hierarchy explain how to refine the METL and provide the reader with discussion. points Additionally the chapter will outline the purpose of developing a Staff METL and illustrate it is a. process from start to finish,2 2 What is a METL, A unit s mission essential task list METL is the list of collective tasks a unit must perform to accomplish.
its mission At BDE level and above these are pre determined by DA and are standardized by type. These standardized METLs represent the entire scope of possible tasks and c. Additional Skill Identifier 2 9 page 39 Special Qualification Identifiers 2 10 Army Planning and Orders Production FM 7 0 Replaced by ADP 7 0 Training for Full Spectrum Operations KSARNG SOP 350 1 Kansas Army National Guard Training and Leader Development KSARNG SOP 350 2 Yearly Training Requirements ATN Army Training Network CATS Combined Arms Training Strategy DTMS Digital Training

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