Army Leadership Training and Courses

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ARMY LEADERSHIP TRAINING

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Leadership is crucial to the success of the U.S. Army. The most effective leaders are those who lead from the front — this means they lead by example in thought, word and deed. Soldiers who choose Leadership Training are making it clear that they wish to take on more responsibility and thus rise in rank. The Army provides many opportunities for Soldiers to learn how to improve their leadership and teamwork skills.

One path for enlisted Soldiers to move up in rank is through the Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES). The NCOES is a series of leadership training courses and classes that train Soldiers how to lead at varying levels from sergeant to command sergeant major. Each course is specifically designed for each level of increased responsibility and accountability, and you leave each course with leadership skills that only the U.S. Army can provide. Below are the courses included in NCOES.

BLC is the first course of many leadership courses in a program called the Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES). Any Soldier who wants to become a sergeant must attend BLC. Take this opportunity to see the things Soldiers experience in this course.

This course focuses on leadership and technical skills required to prepare Soldiers selected for promotion to staff sergeant to effectively lead squad- and platoon-size units.

The Senior Leader Course (SLC) is a branch–specific course that provides an opportunity for Soldiers selected for promotion to sergeant first class to acquire the leadership, technical and tactical skills, knowledge, and experience needed to lead platoon and company size units.

This fast-paced course prepares sergeants first class and master sergeants for the position of first sergeant of a company, battery or troop.

The U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) is acknowledged by military and civilian organizations as the world’s premiere institution for the education of noncommissioned officers, is accredited as an academic Institution of Excellence, and is a direct reporting unit to Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).

This course is designed for sergeants major to learn how to lead at the Battalion Command level.

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