Content Process > Nomination
In order to determine the distributed learning (DL) content requirements from the Total Force, the organizations below comprise the formal nomination and prioritization process. This process does not preclude Soldiers, Leaders, or Army Civilians from providing input.
All courseware nominations are carefully reviewed to make sure that the funding is best utilized to meet the Army’s needs. The following commands and agencies are intimately involved in deciding what DL training is required:
- Joint Training
- DA Headquarters and Staffs
- Army Commands (ACOM)
- Operational Forces
- Reserve Components
- School Proponents and Centers of Excellence (COE)
Based on guidance from the Department of the Army, all Distributed Learning courseware producing entities must receive approval from the TRADOC Capability Manager, The Army Distributed Learning Program Office. This commences the execution for attaining approval.
There are several areas requiring proponent consideration before submitting a nomination for the development of new distributed learning content. Please visit the Before Nomination page for more information.
Once the decision has been made to create a Distributed Learning product, please review the ADDIE Nomination Job Aid. This job aid is designed to assist in the up-front planning process for your content.
You can access the Courseware Approval homepage at: