Improve Army readiness by providing rigorous, relevant, and tailored distributed training and education to Soldiers, Leaders, and Army Civilians anytime anywhere from a responsive and accessible delivery capability.
Meet the Tcm Tadlp
Ms. Remily was appointed as the TRADOC Capability Manager for The Army Distributed Learning Program (TCM TADLP) in December 2009. As the TCM TADLP, her duties include program oversight and integration of DL governance, plans, and policies. The Army’s DL program delivers training and education to soldiers, leaders, civilians and units using multiple delivery means and technologies which provide the capability to enhance and sustain Army readiness. TADLP leverages technology and curriculum design to provide cost-effective and efficient learning content for the 21st century workforce.
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EOC Development Tool
AMEDD Anatomy Course
Patriot Crew Drills
Adaptive Thinking Course
Emergency Operations Center Development Tool
Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs), by facilitating and coordinating rapid detection and response to public health emergencies, play an important role in protecting the public’s health and ensuring global health security. An EOC Development Tool is being developed as a CD-ROM based repository of information for Ministries of Health interested in developing an EOC. The EOC Development Tool will be able to be easily augmented and adapted for use in different languages, countries, and contexts.
The EOC Development Tool is being developed through a collaborative effort between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s International Emergency Preparedness Team in the Center for Global Health’s Division of Global Health Protection, the U.S. Department of State’s Biosecurity Engagement Program, the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School, The Army Distributed Learning Program, and the Ministry of Health of Iraq.
The TCM TADLP Enterprise Content Development Capability (ECDC) was selected as the development tool for this important courseware because of its ease of use, and the availability of a Web-based platform. Within the course content the student can select the preferred language and the content is instantly translated. The U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School worked closed with the TCM team and their contract partners to make this a success. The content will be refreshed by the school using the ECDC. The template with translation capability is available to all schools. Please contact us for more information.
- Demonstration video on the TADLP Facebook page (1:30).
- The full article on The Emergency Operations Center Development Tool is available in the 18th Edition of the DLSTAR (PDF).
- The Enterprise Content Development Capability (ECDC) page.
AMEDD Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Course
The AMEDD Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Course consists of 80 hours of instruction in 14 modules providing learners an in depth overview of the human body's systems, structures, and functions. The course is intended as prerequisite or refresher instruction for enlisted Soldiers and officers undertaking healthcare training pursuits. The instruction is comparable to a university entry-level anatomy and physiology course, and students that master the material should be well prepared for more advanced study. Unlike most DL offerings, students are expected to access the materials multiple times and invest substantial study time to pass the mastery post-test exam.
This course makes extensive use of 2D/3D images and animations and also includes a 3D graphic reference tool that provides students access to all images and animations. The course will be offered in its entirety on the Army Learning Management System, but individual modules and lessons are available for inclusion in any program of instruction. Please visit the web site for the AMEDD Center & School Distance Learning on AKO for a complete list of modules or questions regarding the course.
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Patriot Missile Crew Drill Series
The Patriot Missile Crew Drills consist of a series of iPhone Apps with identical PC versions. The Apps were created for the 3-6 Air Defense Artillery (ADA) at the Fires Center of Excellence at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
The Apps were created as part of the Connecting Soldiers to Digital Apps (CSDA) initiative. The goal is to explore the value of using smart phones to evaluate new training approaches that allow Soldiers to learn anytime/anywhere and to explore Smart Phone potential to enable every Soldier to access information and learning in any environment.
The Apps are being piloted by 14T and 14E soldiers in their initial training at Ft. Sill. Each App places the learner in a true-to-life 3D simulated environment, where they manipulate avatars to perform the steps to prepare various pieces of equipment used in the Patriot Launching. Actual video shot at Ft. Sill is included to reinforce learning in this serious game.
The courseware is currently in validation and will be released soon. Please visit this site regularly for information.
Demonstration Video Available on Facebook
Adaptive Thinking and Leadership (ATL) Course
The Adaptive Thinking and Leadership Course was developed by the U.S. Army Special Forces Warfare Center. It was designed to introduce Army Special Forces officers and senior non-commissioned officers to the basic concepts of adaptability and to allow you to exercise what you learn in a simulated environment, facing situations you would expect to encounter regularly in your Special Forces career. The course is now available for self registration on the Army Learning Management System (ALMS). Just log on to the ALMS , open the course catalog, and search for “Adaptive”.