The Army Learning Management System (ALMS)
The Army Learning Management System (ALMS) is a Web-based information system that delivers training to Soldiers, manages training information, provides training collaboration, scheduling, and career planning capabilities in both resident and non-resident training environments. Additionally, the ALMS assists Army trainers and training managers in conducting and managing the training of Soldiers and DA civilians throughout their Army careers. In addition to the training at DTFs, Army personnel can access training from anywhere they have access to a computer and the Internet with the development of the new ALMS, which is currently being fielded at TRADOC installations world-wide. In addition to the production system, a content test environment (CTE) provides users with the capability to test content before going live.
For more information about these systems and processes
ALMS Courseware Developer Resources
Validation, Packaging, Review & Function Testing Policy
The policy for Validation, SCORM Packaging, Review, and Function Testing for the ALMS is available on the policy page.
Content Test Environment (CTE) Offering Guide
The purpose of the ALMS CTE Offering and Course Iteration Setup Guide is to provide step-by-step guidance for structuring content packages on the ALMS CTE for pre-delivery testing and validation.
ALMS CTE Offering and Interation Setup Guide (PDF)
(Version 1.0 – Release Date: 5 May 2013