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Training Briefing Slide Format
Training Briefing Slides Operational Environment (OE) Higher headquarter mission Higher HQ METL and KCTs Unit mission Commander’s intent Unit METL Key Collective Tasks (KCT) Concept of the Operations
Operational Environment (OE) Operational Environment (OE) A description of Operational Environment (OE) in which you will train. Use Political, Military, Economic, Social, Infrastructure, Information, Physical Environment, and Time (PMESII- PT) as the format for information.
Higher Headquarter’s Mission Higher headquarter’s mission. A reprint of the mission for the higher headquarters as stated in higher’s UTP OPORD.
Higher HQ METL and KCTs Higher HQ METL and KCTs. A listing of the METL and key collective tasks to train from the higher headquarter’s UTP OPORD.
Unit mission Unit mission. Publish the restated unit mission developed during the mission analysis.
Commander’s Intent Commander’s intent. A single paragraph describing the clear and concise expression of the purpose of the training and the desired endstate.
Unit METL Unit METL. A list of the briefing unit’s METL.
Key Collective Tasks (KCT) Key Collective Tasks (KCT). A listing of the unit’s KCTs as developed during the mission analysis.
Concept of the Operations Concept of the Operations. A description how the commander plans to train his unit to task proficiency through the planning horizon. Decisive Operations (COA). Describes the events sequencing with their associated key collective tasks emphasis leading to the culminating training event. Shaping Operations #1 (individual training). Unit CSM presents individual task training with a description of how the individual tasks support training of key collective tasks Shaping Operations #2 (leader development). A description of the collective leader tasks and methodology for training leaders. Key training events. A review of the training calendar with the events, dates, key collective tasks, evaluation plan, and desired training end state with emphasis on certifying events and those events requiring external support and resourcing. Time management system. A view of the training calendar reflecting how the unit commander mitigates external support requirements and taskings. Task to subordinate units. A description of training guidance tailored for specific subordinate units. Assessment plan. The plan for assessing and evaluating task proficiency during and after training events. Periodic decision points should be identified. Key resources required. Identification of required key resources to train specific key collective tasks. Training risk. A description of any identified risks along with measures to mitigate the risks. Training challenges. Any identified training issues requiring the attention of the higher commander.
JANUARY 14FEBRUARY 14MARCH 14 WEEK 15WEEK 16WEEK 17WEEK 18WEEK 19WEEK 20WEEK 21WEEK 22WEEK 23WEEK 24WEEK 25WEEK 26WEEK 27WEEK 28 BDE 2 nd CAB HHC A CO B CO C Co D Co APRIL 14MAY 14JUNE 14 WEEK 29WEEK 30WEEK 31WEEK 32WEEK 33WEEK 34WEEK 35WEEK 36WEEK 37WEEK 38WEEK 39WEEK 40WEEK 41 BDE 2 nd CAB HHC A CO B CO C Co D Co JULY 14AUGUST 14SEPTEMBER 14 WEEK 42WEEK 43WEEK 44WEEK 45WEEK 46WEEK 47WEEK 48WEEK 49WEEK 50WEEK 51WEEK 52WEEK 53WEEK 54 BDE 2 nd CAB HHC A CO B CO C Co D Co OCTOBER 14NOVEMBER 14DECEMBER 14 WEEK 1WEEK 2WEEK 3WEEK 4WEEK 5WEEK 6WEEK 7WEEK 8WEEK 9WEEK 10WEEK 11WEEK 12WEEK 13 BDE 2 nd CAB HHC A CO B CO C Co D Co 2 nd CAB, 3 ABCT Calendar Example Higher HQs Event 2 nd CAB Event BDE CPX DIV CPX DIV CPX BDE CPX Gunnery PLT FTX CO FTX Gunnery = Assessment COMM EX COMM EX STAFF EX STAFF EX STAFF EX
10 – 14 MAY 2014 DIV CPX 2 nd CAB Training Objectives Task Focus: Conduct Command Post Operations Conduct an Attack Conduct a Defense Evaluation: Internal by BN XO, Section Leaders Endstate: “P” proficiency for 2 nd CAB staff sections and command posts in the above tasks. Training Objectives Example