Training and Education Developer Middle Manager Course (TEDMMC)
Course Overview

Overview of how the Generating Force operates in terms of mission and programs. The focus is on using TRADOC Regulation 350-70, associated pamphlets, and student handouts to facilitate the management of training and education activities, including integration of development efforts with material procurement and the Operational Force. This course further highlights: The Army Training and Education Development (ATED) process - Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation (ADDIE). Current learning methodologies. TRADOC Reg. 350-70 and 350-70 series pamphlets. Information resource management techniques. Training budget processes. Engaging and realistic problem solving exercises.

Pre-requisites

  1. Computer Access memorandum signed by IT Supervisor/Coordinator (individuals must have FCoE computer access during seminar)
  2. Certificate of completion of SATBC/CFD-DC or ArmyU equivalent Developer Course
  3. Certificate of completion or recertification of Blackboard 101
  4. Verification of current developer/instructor certification
  5. Registrar Enrollment Form

SATBC or CFD-DC graduate. Student should be assigned full-time to a Training Development managerial position and have 18 months to serve in TD appointment.

Target Population:
Military: Officers, Warrant Officers, and Noncommissioned Officers of the Active Army, Army National Guard, or Army Reserve, holding the rank of Staff Sergeant (E-6) to Sergeant Major (SGM), CW3/CW4, and Captain (O-3) through Lieutenant Colonel (O-5), assigned to or on orders to a position requiring expertise in the management of training and education.

DoD Civilian: GS-09 through GS-12, in the 1710, 1712, or 1750 series career fields, or enrolled in the CP-32 Intern Program, assigned to or programmed for an assignment requiring expertise in the management of training and education