A Recommended Course Sequence for Army Community Service

This curriculum documents a structured, progressive, and sequential approach to employee development within the Army Community Service Division of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation. The curriculum identifies training and development needed to sustain and improve the abilities of the Family and MWR workforce and provides a path by which employees may develop competencies through education, training, and personal career planning. All branches of Army Community Service are included as well as positions at the IMCOM Region and IMCOM G9.

 

MWR Training Sequence At A Glance

Foundation Courses for All Employees:
Course Title Provided By Format
Family and MWR Orientation Course IMCOM Academy Online
Team Member Orientation Course (garrison specific) IMCOM Academy Residential
Operation Excellence – Customer Service Training IMCOM Academy Online and/or Residential
On Becoming a Manager: (see all Virtual courses here: http://goo.gl/0Gp7jm)
Course Title Provided By Format
Family and MWR Basic Management Course IMCOM Academy Online
Implementing the Family and MWR-Delivery System IMCOM Academy Online
Family and MWR Budgeting and APF Support IMCOM Academy Online
Programming and Special Events IMCOM Academy Residential
Implementing the Family and MWR-Delivery System IMCOM Academy Virtual
Business Plan Development IMCOM Academy Blended
CES Foundation Course AMSC Online
CES Basic Course AMSC Online/ Residential
CES Intermediate Course AMSC Online/ Residential
Senior Leadership:
Course Title Provided By Format
Leadership and Management for ACS  & CYS Division Chiefs
IMCOM Academy Residential
Executive Leadership and Management for Family and MWR Division Chiefs IMCOM Academy Residential
Executive Development for Directors of Family and MWR IMCOM Academy Residential
CES Advanced Course AMSC Residential
Other Learning Elements:
Course Title Provided By Format
Action Officer Development Course AMSC Online
Supervisory Development Course AMSC Online

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