Civilian credentialing puts people first, increases readiness of Army maintainers
Jeremy M. Bentley
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and the United States Army Ordnance School (USAOS) entered a partnership to build a series of ASE tests developed with and for Army maintainers. Development is underway, and tests will be implemented in a phased approach. The new ASE Military Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV) Certification tests will address critical gaps in the civilian certification that has been used by Army maintainers as a self-development training option for many years.
Posted September 13, 2021
The Army Distributed Learning Program (TADLP) Newsletter: The DL STAR, Edition 33
TADLP, Directorate of Distributed Learning, Army University
In this issue: Introduction by Michael Holt, new TADLP Director; Article: "Training the force - The Army Learning Management System"; Special Feature: "Are Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) the next big thing in Army Learning?"; Article: "U.S. Army TRADOC Virtual Learning"; Article: "A Look at Sound Properties in Teaching Authentic Levantine Materials".
Posted September 08, 2021
CGSC Professor Presents Alfred Mahan and Naval Theory at the Dole Institute of Politics
Dr. John Kuehn of the Command and General Staff College presented naval theory as it relates to Alfred Thayer Mahan on September 2nd, to the Dole Institute of Politics at Kansas University. This is part of an annual roster of lectures focusing on significant historical events, usually with an emphasis on military history called the Ft. Leavenworth Series. Click the link to see the presentation.
Posted September 02, 2021
Army University recognizes faculty accomplishments
Army University recognized the academic accomplishments of its faculty and staff in an Academic Awards Ceremony Aug. 19. The ceremony combined the university’s annual Golden Pen Awards, recognizing scholarly writing, with academic promotions, recognition of primary staff group advisors, and appreciation for the Staff and Faculty Council.
Posted August 26, 2021
Penn State Partnership with US Army Helps sergeants major earn master’s degrees.
Penn State World Campus, thanks to a partnership between World Campus, the College of Education and the U.S. Army’s Sergeants Major Academy, is helping sergeants major earn masters degrees. The sergeants major are part of the SGM-A Fellowship Program. This is a merit-based scholarship program where select sergeants major will compete for up to 30 scholarships per year for a master’s degree in Adult Education through Penn State University or a master’s degree in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation from Syracuse University. For more information, see https://www.ncoworldwide.army.mil/Academics/SGM-A-Fellowship-Program/
Posted August 24, 2021