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What does ADP 7-0 cover
Training Units and Developing Leaders
What ADP Covers Training Units and Developing Leaders
ADP 7-0
What are the three training domains the Army uses
institutional, operational and self-development
What is the institutional training domain
The Army’s institutional training and education system which includes training base centers and schools that provide initial training and subsequent professional military education for Soldiers, Military Leaders and Army Civilians
What is the Operational Training domain
training that organizations conduct at home stations, maneuver combat training centers, during joint exercises, at mobilization centers and while operationally deployed.
What is the self-development training domain
goal oriented learning that reinforces and expands the knowledge base, self-awareness, and situational awareness and it compliments institutional and operational learning and enhances professional competence and professionalism
What are the underlying logics of training and leader development
Training and leader development, Training, Leader development, Role of the Commander
What is Unified Action
Unified action is the synchronization, coordination and/or integration of the activities of governmental and nongovernmental entities with military operations to achieve unity of effort.
Who is responsible for training units and developing leaders
How do Commanders exercise training and leadership development
through formal and informal chains, assisted by progressive, challenging and realistic training
What is individual training
Individual training allows for individuals to master fundamental skills. They are responsible for their own professional grown and for seeking out self-development opportunities.
What is collective training
Collective training integrates and synchronizes the skills learned at the individual skill level. It includes unit level tasks and events, but also requires individual skill proficiency and capitalizes on multi-echelon, joint, interagency and multinational forces training opportunities as often as needed.
What are the 11 principles of unit training
Commanders and other leaders are responsible for training; Noncommissioned officers train individuals, crews, and small teams; Train to standard; Train as you will fight; Train while operating; Train fundamentals first; Train to develop adaptability; Understand the operational environment; Train to sustain; Train to maintain; Conduct multi-echelon and concurrent training.
Who is responsible for the training proficiency of their respective organizations and subordinates
Subordinate leaders; NCO's
Who are the primary trainers of enlisted Soldiers, crews and small teams
Noncommissioned officers
What do leaders need to establish and enforce to ensure their organizations meet mission requirements
What fundamentals must units at every echelon master in order to accomplish their missions
Basic soldiering, the Warrior Tasks, battle drills, marksmanship, fitness and MOS proficiencies
What leaders attribute results from training under complex, changing conditions, with minimal information available to make decisions
What training technique allows for simultaneous training of more than one echelon on different or complementary tasks known as
Multi-echelon training
Which training principle prepares units and individuals to be resilient
Train to Sustain
What are the seven principles of leader development
Lead by example; Develop subordinate leaders; Create a learning environment for subordinate leaders; Train leaders in the art and science of mission command; Train to develop adaptive leaders; Train leaders to think critically and creatively; Train your leaders to know their subordinates and their families.
What should all leaders know about their subordinates
Strength, weaknesses and capabilities
What is the primary focus of a unit when not deployed
What is the purpose of unit training
The purpose of unit training is to build and maintain ready units to conduct unified land operations for combatant commanders.
What do units build once they master individual and collective tasks under the conditions of their anticipated operational environment
Flexibility, integration, lethality, adaptability, depth and synchronization capabilities
What is the definition of a METL
METL is the doctrinal framework of fundamental tasks for which the unit was designed.
What does METL stand for
Mission Essential Task List
What is the goal of METL proficiency?
The goal of METL proficiency is to enable the unit to adapt to unexpected situations during mission execution
What type of approach do unit training plans use that progressively and systematically builds on successful task performance before progressing to more complex tasks?
Crawl-Walk-Run approach
What do subordinates provide in order to enable the Commander to assess the readiness of a mission-essential task?
After Actions Review (AAR)