Presentation on theme: "Dear Attendees, Welcome to the annual United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Command Language Program Managers’(CLPM) Advanced Competencies."— Presentation transcript:
Dear Attendees, Welcome to the annual United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Command Language Program Managers’(CLPM) Advanced Competencies Course at the Doubletree Airport- Westshore, Tampa, Florida from 11 –14 August 2014. This year, in response to many requests, we are reaching out to Academia to learn how they approach language and culture instruction and to glean lessons applicable to our own programs. The goals of this course are to provide the Command’s language managers with information, instruction, and assistance that will help them build successful language and culture training programs. The agenda includes presentations and round-robin style workshops addressing program leadership, program of instruction development, classroom observation, new and improved training software, and component command presentations. This continuing education for Special Operation Forces Language Program Managers provides a forum to exchange ideas and information with their counterparts. Additionally, the SOF Unit Command Language Program and the SOF Component School of the Year Awards will be presented during the Course. The SOFLO team looks forward to a productive and rewarding educational event that will stimulate open discussion and exchange of ideas. Please register at our site http://clpmadvancedcourse.softsonline.org or https://www.atrrs.army.mil, no later than 14 July 2014.http://clpmadvancedcourse.softsonline.org https://www.atrrs.army.mil Point of contact is Mr. Maurice Pickett, 813-826-4036, DSN 239-4036, email@example.com, FAX 813- firstname.lastname@example.org Sincerely, Jack Donnelly Director, SOF Language Office 2014 Focus “Leveraging Academia, Regional & Cultural SMEs and Operational Requirements to Conduct More Efficient Training/Courses” To provide SOF Language Program Managers continuing education on both job-specific and general language instruction topics to enable continuous improvement of unit and school language programs. The course is intended to promote: Manager and organizational professionalism Effective instructional techniques Efficient use of resources SOF Warfighters executing language-required tasks more effectively with and against foreign nationals A block of rooms at Government Rate have been set aside for this course at: Doubletree by Hilton Tampa Airport - Westshore Tampa, F L 33607 C o m m ( 8 1 3 ) 8 7 9 – 4 8 0 0 F a x ( 8 1 3 ) 8 7 3 – 2 4 0 1 The 2014 USSOCOM Unit and School Language Programs Of the Year Awards will be Presented USSOCOM CLPM Advanced Competencies Course Register online at: https://www.atrrs.army.milhttps://www.atrrs.army.mil or http://clpmadvancedcourse.softsonline.org Course Purpose 10 th SFG 2013 Unit Language Program of the Year
The 2014 USSOCOM CLPM Advanced Competencies Course addresses: SOF Service Component Updates Approaches to Language Instruction and Expectations Perspectives from Academia and Other Experts on Language and Culture Instruction Command Language Program Best Practices Cultural Engagement Training Understanding and Optimizing the SOF Teletraining System’s (SOFTS) Functions to Support Your Program SeminarHighlights 11 – 14 August 2014 11 – 14 August 2014 Doubletree by Hilton Tampa Airport – Westshore Tampa, FL United States SpecialOperationsCommandAdvancedCompetenciesCoursefor SOF Language Mana gers ATTRS School: 331A Examples from last year’s course
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