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Army Regulation 350–10
Training
Management of Army Individual Training Requirements and Resources
Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 3 September 2009
UNCLASSIFIED

SUMMARY of CHANGE
AR 350–10 Management of Army Individual Training Requirements and Resources This major revision, dated 3 September 2009-o Updates responsibilities (para 1-4). o Changes Army Training Requirements and Resource System posting requirements
from 10 working days to 2 working days (paras 1-4 and 3-1). o Expands the list of subsystem programs (para 2-2). o Updates initial military training development models (para 2-5). o Updates the Structure and Manning Decision Review policies (para 2-7). o Updates and details the Training Resources Arbitration Panel policies (para
2-8). o Adds guidance on Analysis of Change Cell (para 2-10). o Expands and details historical attrition computations (paras 4-2 and 4-3). o Updates policy for managing Army individual training requirements and
resources (throughout). o Makes administrative changes (throughout).

Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 3 September 2009

*Army Regulation 350–10
Effective 3 October 2009

Training

Management of Army Individual Training Requirements and Resources

History. This publication is a major revision.
Summary. This regulation establishes the policies, responsibilities, and procedures required to develop and manage Army individual training requirements and resources. It updates policy and procedures for the management of the Army Training Requirements and Resources System. Unless specifically identified for mobilization planning or mobilization operations, these policies and procedures refer to peacetime operations.
Applicability. This regulation applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve, unless otherwise stated. Also, it applies to Department of Army civilian employees, and other Government agency and civilian users of the Army Training Requirements and Resources System.

Proponent and exception authority. The proponent of this regulation is the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1. The proponent has the authority to approve exceptions or waivers to this regulation that are consistent with controlling law and regulations. The proponent may delegate this approval authority, in writing, to a division chief within the proponent agency or its direct reporting unit or field operating agency, in the grade of colonel or the civilian equivalent. Activities may request a waiver to this regulation by providing justification that includes a full analysis of the expected benefits and must include formal review by the activity’s senior legal officer. All waiver requests will be endorsed by the commander or senior leader of the requesting activity and forwarded through their higher headquarters to the policy proponent. Refer to AR 2530 for specific guidance.
Army management control process. This regulation contains management control provisions in accordance with AR 112, but it does not identify key management controls that must be evaluated.
Supplementation. Supplementation of this regulation and establishment of command and local forms are prohibited without prior approval from the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1 (DAPE-MPT), Washington, DC 20310–0300.
Suggested improvements. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) directly to the Deputy Chief

of Staff, G-1 (DAPE-MPT), 300 Army Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310–0300.
Committee Continuance Approval. The Department of the Army committee management official concurs in the establishment and/or continuance of the committee(s) outlined herein. AR 15-1 requires the proponent to justify establishing/continuing committee(s), coordinate draft publications, and coordinate changes in committee status with the U.S. Army Resources and Programs Agency, Department of the Army Committee Management Office (AARP-ZX), 2511 Jefferson Davis Highway, 13th Floor, Taylor Building, Arlington, VA 22202-3926. Further, if it is determined that an established “group” identified within this regulation, later takes on the characteristics of a committee, as found in the AR 15-1, then the proponent will follow all AR 15-1 requirements for establishing and continuing the group as a committee.
Distribution. This regulation is available in electronic media only and is intended for command levels A, B, C, D, and E for the Active Army, the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve.

Contents (Listed by paragraph and page number)
Chapter 1 Introduction, page 1 Purpose • 1–1, page 1 References • 1–2, page 1 Explanation of abbreviations and terms • 1–3, page 1

*This regulation supersedes AR 350–10, dated 14 September 1990.

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Contents—Continued
Responsibilities • 1–4, page 1 Objectives • 1–5, page 7 Army Program for Individual Training • 1–6, page 7 Input to Training Management General Officer Steering Committee • 1–7, page 8 Policy • 1–8, page 8
Chapter 2 Army Training Requirements and Resources System, page 8 Introduction • 2–1, page 8 Subsystems • 2–2, page 9 Reports • 2–3, page 9 Individual training reports • 2–4, page 9 Development of training requirements • 2–5, page 11 Solicitation of training requirements • 2–6, page 11 Structure and manning decision review • 2–7, page 12 Training Resources Arbitration Panel • 2–8, page 15 Reserve Training Institution-Training Resources Arbitration Panel • 2–9, page 17 Analysis of Change Cell • 2–10, page 17 Scheduling of classes • 2–11, page 17 Interservice Training Review Organization • 2–12, page 18
Chapter 3 Army Training Requirements and Resources System Subsystems, page 18 Quota Management System • 3–1, page 18 Mobilization Planning System • 3–2, page 19 Student Trainee Management System-Enlisted • 3–3, page 20
Chapter 4 Training Attrition Management, page 20 Introduction • 4–1, page 20 Historical attrition computation • 4–2, page 20 Adjusted attrition computation • 4–3, page 21 Attrition rates • 4–4, page 21
Appendix A. References, page 22
Figure List
Figure 4–1: Attrition formula, page 21 Figure 4–2: Attrition formula 2nd quarter, page 21 Figure 4–3: Basic training attrition formula, page 21
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1–1. Purpose This regulation prescribes Army policy, responsibilities, and procedures to manage the requirements and resources process that produces the Army Program for Individual Training (ARPRINT), which is maintained in the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS). This regulation applies to all institutional training.
1–2. References Required and related publications, and prescribed and referenced forms, are listed in appendix A.
1–3. Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary.
1–4. Responsibilities a. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1. The DCS, G-1 will— (1) Establish policy and procedures for developing and verifying all Army institutional training requirements for the
Army, to include the Active Army (AA), Army National Guard (ARNG), and U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) military and civilian, for the following categories—
(a) Initial military training (IMT). (b) Military occupational specialty (MOS) and transition training. (c) Skill qualification identifiers (SQIs). (d) Additional skill identifier (ASI) and skill identifier (SI). (e) Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES). (f) Officer Education System (OES). (g) Officer and enlisted functional or transitional training. (h) Professional military education (PME) and Joint PME. (i) U.S. Military Academy (USMA). (j) U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School. (k) Officer Candidate School. (l) Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC). (m) Other military Services. (n) North Atlantic Treaty Organization schools. (o) Non-DOD schools. (p) Joint schools. (q) Civilian Education System. (2) Incorporate training requirements identified and validated by the Army Educational Requirements Board into the ARPRINT. (3) Design, develop interfaces, document, program, and fund the operation and evaluation of ATRRS. (4) Develop overall guidance for the annual ARPRINT. (5) Co-chair, along with Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7, (DCS, G-3/5/7), the Input to Training Management General Officer Steering Committee (GOSC) to approve the ARPRINT (see para 1–7, below). (6) Arbitrate, negotiate, and allocate available training seats based on the approved training program for IMT MOS and coordinate with the following when allocating training seats— (a) Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7. (b) U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. (c) National Guard Bureau (NGB). (d) U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC). (e) U.S. Army Health Professional Support Agency, Office of the Surgeon General (USAHPSA, OTSG). (f) U.S. Army Recruiting Command (USAREC). (g) U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School (AMEDDC&S), U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM). (h) USASOC. (i) National Geospatial Intelligence School (NGIS). (j) Other Services and Government agencies. (k) North Atlantic Treaty Organization and non-DOD schools. (7) Develop methodology for computing Army training attrition rates, and provide Army training attrition rates (by delivery method, course, or MOS) to U.S. Human Resources Command-Alexandria (HRC-A) (AHRC-PL), Director,

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Army National Guard (DARNG) (NGB-ART-I), and Office of the Chief, Army Reserve (OCAR) (DAAR-TR). Develop methodology and conduct quarterly analysis of training show-rates.
(8) Assume principal Army staff responsibility for training attrition management (see chap 4, below). (9) Develop and manage Army accessions for— (a) The USMA Program. (b) The Federal Officer Candidate Program. (c) The Army ROTC Program. (10) Develop affordable training baseline levels for the individual training requirements and resources process that are consistent with end strength and force structure allowance levels. (11) Serve as the Department of the Army (DA) lead for the Structure and Manning Decision Review (SMDR) and proponent for the Training Resources Arbitration Panel (TRAP) processes. (12) Co-chair the SMDR with DCS, G-3/5/7. (13) Draft, review and approve SMDR guidance along with DCS, G-3/5/7 (see para 2-7d, below). (14) Approve and establish the selection criteria for entry to MOS training. (15) Develop and display the trained manpower shortfall on which the time phase-incremented mobilization (MOB) training base output requirements are founded (delegated to HRC-A, AHRC-MOP), and provide to Headquarters, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (HQ-TRADOC) for development of fiscal year (FY) Mobilization Army Program for Individual Training (MOB ARPRINT) course input requirements. (16) Provide input to training general officer in-process review on major input to training issues. (17) Manage the Total Army Centralized Individual Training Solicitation (TACITS), a subsystem of ATRRS. (18) Act as the HQDA ATRRS point of contact on policy and guidance for training requirements, training seat allocations, reservations, and class scheduling to or from other services. (19) Provide Army personnel policy guidance for distributed learning programs and attendance. (20) Receive and consider in the TRAP process requests from non-DOD agencies for attendance to Army Service Schools in the execution and budget years. b. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7. The DCS, G-3/5/7 will— (1) Co-chair the SMDR (see para 2-7, below) and the Chief, Institutional Training (DAMO-TRI) co-chairs the TRAP processes. (2) Determine in coordination with HRC, NGB, and OCAR the U.S. Army War College and equivalent level training requirements and submit them to HQDA (DAPE-MPT), Washington, DC 20310–0300. (3) Determine intermediate level training requirements and submit them to HQDA (DAPE-MPT), Washington, DC 20310–0300. (4) Determine in coordination with HRC, NGB, and OCAR, training requirements for Army personnel at Foreign Service schools and submit them to HQDA (DAPE-MPT), Washington, DC 20310–0300. (5) Determine in coordination with HRC, NGB, and OCAR training requirements for the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy and submit them to HQDA (DAPE-MPT), Washington, DC 20310–0300. (6) Determine, in coordination with DCS, G-1 training requirements for leadership courses for the DA civilians and submit them to HQDA (DAPE-MPT), Washington, DC 20310–0300. (7) Approve Army military and civilian training and education programs and serve as the Army Staff proponent for distance learning, institutional training management, and military schools — managing academic training records, training facilities, and individual training policy. (8) Determine policies, plans, and resources to accomplish the post MOB training base output requirements. (9) Ascertain MOB training base capability to sustain the force required for conflict scenarios associated with various operations plans and the Defense Guidance Illustrative Planning Scenario. (10) Evaluate MOB ARPRINT data to include training capability and resource shortfall to determine impact on costs of operating the training base. (11) Develop affordable training baseline levels that will provide quality training and support readiness. (12) Prioritize training allocations during the year of execution, the budget year and during the program objective memorandum (POM) years. (13) Act as DA proponent for Army training and leader development policy, management, and resources. (14) Develop methodology for use by HRC to compute the AA resident NCOES requirements for the Noncommissioned Officer Academies and One Army School System (OASS) NCOES courses. (15) With the DCS, G-1, draft review and approve SMDR guidance. (16) Co-chair along with DCS, G-1, the Input to Training Management Council of Colonels and GOSC to approve the ARPRINT (see para 1-7, below). c. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4. The DCS, G-4 will— (1) Participate in the SMDR process to validate logistics constraints.

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(2) Establish policy and procedures for the development of logistics unique training programs for other than initial skill training.
(3) Participate in and provide input as required for the SMDR and TRAP processes based on the Logistics Master Training Plan.
(4) Ensure resourcing to meet institutional training mission requirements as defined in ARPRINT. d. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8. The DCS, G-8 will— (1) Participate in the SMDR process to validate equipment constraints. (2) Participate in the resourcing process for changes to training through the TRAP process. (3) Ensure resourcing to meet institutional training mission requirements as defined in ARPRINT. e. Installation Management Command. The IMCOM, in support of the Army Chief of Staff for Installation Management (ACSIM), will— (1) Participate in the SMDR process to validate installation infrastructure and installation services requirements and constraints. (2) Participate in the TRAP process to validate installation infrastructure and installation services requirements. f. Army Budget Office. The ABO will participate in the SMDR and TRAP process to determine funding strategy. g. Chief, National Guard Bureau. The CNGB will— (1) Develop the ARNG initial military training MOS, MOS-T (reclassification), functional training, specialty skill identifier (SSI), NCOES, and in-service training requirements for ARNG officer, warrant, enlisted and civilian personnel per guidance from DCS, G-1. (2) Manage quotas allocated to the ARNG to ensure maximum seat fill. (3) Review ARNG input, graduate, and attrition data for courses attended by ARNG personnel. (4) Participate in and provide input as required to the SMDR and TRAP processes. (5) Provide guidance and ensure class schedules are appropriately entered into ATRRS in accordance with this regulation for ARNG schools. (6) Develop and manage all NGB training requirements at all non-Army Schools. (7) Ensure the posting of all NGB training requirements in the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and U.S. Navy (USN) training systems. (8) Ensure that training managers post class schedules to ATRRS, and input and graduation data of all NGB training for non-IMT in non-Army courses. (9) Manage quota allocation for all courses in ARNG schools. (10) Assign all ARNG-unique course numbers. (11) Approve all course administration data (CAD) and programs of instruction (POIs) for all courses unique to the ARNG School. (12) Add, delete or change (as appropriate) all courses in ATRRS for which the ARNG is the proponent. (13) Manage ARNG distributed learning site (DLS) information within ATRRS. (14) Update and maintain all ARNG distributed learning facility site (DLFS) information in ATRRS. (15) Ensure the posting to ATRRS of input and graduation data of all military and civilian personnel attending training in ARNG schools. (16) Fulfill other duties as specified (see para 2-7g, below). h. U.S. Army Reserve Command. The USARC, in support of OCAR, will— (1) Develop USAR initial military training MOS training requirements and establish policy and procedures for the development of the USAR in-service training requirements. (2) Manage quotas allocated to the USAR to ensure maximum seat fill. (3) Review USAR input, graduate, and attrition data for courses attended by USAR personnel. (4) Participate in and provide input as required to the SMDR and TRAP processes. (5) Provide guidance and ensure class schedules are appropriately entered into ATRRS in accordance with this regulation for USAR teaching institutions. (6) Develop and manage all USAR training requirements at all non-Army Schools. (7) Ensure the posting of all USAR training requirements in the USAF and USN training systems. (8) Ensure the training managers post to ATRRS the class schedules, input, and graduation data for all USAR training for non-IMT courses in all non-Army schools. (9) Manage quota allocation for all courses in USAR schools. (10) Ensure the posting of ATRRS input and graduation data of all military and civilian personnel attending training in USAR schools. (11) Assign all USAR-unique course numbers. (12) Approve all CAD and POIs for all USAR School-unique courses. (13) Add, delete or change (as appropriate) all courses in ATRRS for which the USAR is the proponent.

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(14) Manage the U.S. Army Reserve distributed learning site (USAR-DLS) information within ATRRS. (15) Update and maintain all Army Reserve distributed learning facility site (USAR-DLFS) information in ATRRS. (16) Fulfill other duties as specified (see para 2–7h, below) i. Commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The CDR, USACE will establish policy and procedures for the development of the Army engineer-unique training programs for other than initial skill training. j. The Judge Advocate General. TJAG will establish policy and procedures for the development of Army professional legal training requirements for officers, enlisted personnel (other than IMT), and Army civilian employees. k. Chief of Chaplains. The Chief of Chaplains will establish policy and procedures for the development of AA officer chaplain requirements. l. The Surgeon General. TSG will— (1) Establish policy and procedures for the development of professional education and training programs for officers and Army civilian employees of the Army Medical Department (AMEDD). (2) Manage and control input to the AMEDD Long-Term Civilian Training (LTCT) Program and to the Professional Post graduate Short Course Program. (3) Direct, control, and supervise all security assistance training provided by the AMEDD, in accordance with USAR 12-15. m. Commanding General, Human Resources Command-Alexandria. The CG, HRC-A will— (1) Act as the principal agent for DCS, G-1 in determining AA peacetime (AHRC-PE) and MOB (AHRC-PL) training requirements. (2) Manage initial military training MOS training quotas for all inputs (AA, ARNG, and USAR) during peacetime and MOB as follows — (a) Obtain class schedules from ATRRS for Army-taught training and IMT training taught by the other services. Make sure that USAF and USN class seats are loaded in ATRRS for transfer to the Recruit Quota Enlistment System (REQUEST). Upon MOB, class schedules and seats will be loaded on ATRRS by the appropriate school within 72 hours and passed by ATRRS to the REQUEST Mobilization Subsystem. (b) Support, to the greatest extent possible within the training schedule, the component seasonality of accessions reflected in the Army Components Military Manpower Programs. (c) Manage and control (during both peacetime and MOB) Army execution year input for both officer and enlisted IMT courses. (d) Make sure that any adjustments to allocated IMT seats are coordinated with the appropriate component, USAREC, Army Command (ACOM) concerned with the training, DCS, G-1 (DAPE-MPT), and DCS, G-3/5/7 (DAMO-TRI). Adjustments to all IMT seats used by other than Army non-prior service individuals will be posted to ATRRS. (e) Ensure maximum use of available training seats. (3) Participate in and provide input as required for the SMDR and TRAP processes (see para 2-7f, below). (4) Apply the DCS, G-3/5/7 approved methodology to compute the AA resident NCOES requirements for the Noncommissioned Officer Academies and OASS NCOES courses. (5) Manage and control quotas and input for all non-IMT training AA officer and enlisted skill producing training requirements (to include ASI, SQI, functional, skill level 2 and above MOS courses, and officer courses) except those allocated to Army Commands, Army Service Component Commands (ASCCs), and Direct Reporting Units (DRUs) for management. (6) Develop in coordination with ACOMs, ASCCs, and DRUs all AA training requirements at all non-Army Schools. (7) Ensure the posting of all AA training requirements in the USAF and USN training systems. (8) Ensure the posting to ATRRS of class schedules, and input and graduation data of Army input for non-IMT in non-Army courses. (9) Act as DCS, G-1 administrator for TACITS and annually distribute solicitation letter to all users of Army training (conducted both by and for the Army) to include other services, Army civilian employees, and foreign military. The solicitation will include at a minimum all courses and all modes of training listed in ATRRS. n. Commanding General, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. The CG, TRADOC will— (1) Assign all TRADOC course numbers. (2) Approve all CAD and POIs for all TRADOC courses. (3) Add, delete or change (as appropriate) all courses in ATRRS for which TRADOC is the proponent. (4) Add, delete or change (as appropriate) the distributed learning hours of instruction by asynchronous or synchronous hours and identify the method of delivery in ATRRS. (5) Provide guidance and ensure class schedules are appropriately entered into ATRRS as established in this regulation for TRADOC schools and those schools for which TRADOC has general staff proponency to include those other service schools which conduct Army training courses or train Army personnel. (6) Manage quota allocation for all non-IMT training courses in TRADOC schools and DOD schools for which

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TRADOC has general staff proponency to include those other service schools which conduct Army training courses or train Army personnel.
(7) Ensure the posting of ATRRS class input and graduation data of Army components, other services, government agencies, and Army civilian employees attending training in TRADOC schools and those schools for which TRADOC has general staff proponency to include those other service schools which conduct Army training courses or train Army personnel.
(8) Participate in and provide input as required for the SMDR and TRAP processes (see para 2-7j, below). (a) Provide training resource constraint packages to DCS, G-3/5/7 for review and analysis when TRAPs are closed for input. (b) Coordinate and brief training resource constraints as necessary to HQDA. (9) Assist in development of ATRRS programs, displays, reports, files, and procedures related to MOB training. (10) Act as the DA executive agent for development of the MOB ARPRINT and — (a) Convert the projected MOB training requirements produced by DCS, G-1, DA, into course input requirements and enter into ATRRS. (b) Develop input requirements for all MOB courses for which DCS, G-1, DA, does not produce a MOB requirement. (c) Maintain MOB course administrative data and route or path data in ATRRS. (d) Develop procedural guidance by which schools or U.S. Army Training Centers (USATCs) conduct the MOB ARPRINT training capability analysis and enter resulting data into ATRRS input capability and resource constraint files. (e) Coordinate and supervise the annual MOB ARPRINT training capability analysis and ATRRS data entry by TRADOC schools and USATCs. (f) Assist other ACOMs in MOB ARPRINT development matters. (11) Develop and manage security assistance training requirements for all IMT MOS, areas of concentration (AOCs), NCOES, warrant officers, and officer courses. (12) Update the course scope, prerequisites and schools information in ATRRS for TRADOC schools, and those schools for which TRADOC has general staff proponency; incorporating changes from DA Pam 611–21, notifications of future change (NOFC), CAD, and program of instruction (POI) submissions and information provided by schools, as appropriate. o. Commanding General, U.S. Army Forces Command. The CG, FORSCOM will— (1) Manage FORSCOM allocated military and civilian quotas to ensure maximum seat fill. (2) Ensure the posting of input and output data into ATRRS for FORSCOM conducted courses. (3) Manage and publish FORSCOM ARPRINT. (4) Manage FORSCOM Noncommissioned Officer Academy courses (5) Manage FORSCOM troop schools. (6) Participate in and provide input as required for the SMDR and TRAP processes for FORSCOM military and civilian employee training needs. (7) Manage mobilized and phase mobilized Soldier training while in Title 10, United States Code (10 USC) status. p. Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School, U.S. Army Medical Command. The CG, AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM will— (1) Assign all AMEDDC&S course numbers. (2) Add, change, or delete (as appropriate) all courses in ATRRS for which AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM is proponent. (3) Make sure training managers post to ATRRS class schedules, input and graduation data for all AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM schools and those schools for which AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM has general staff proponency. (4) Manage quota allocation for all non-IMT training courses for which AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM has responsibility. (5) Ensure the posting of ATRRS input and graduation data of Army components; other services, government agencies, and Army civilian employees attending training in AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM schools and those schools for which AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM has general staff proponency. (6) Participate in and provide input as required for the SMDR and TRAP processes (see para 2-7k, below). (7) Update the course scope, prerequisites and schools information in ATRRS for AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM schools, and those schools for which AMEDDC&S, MEDCOM has general staff proponency; incorporating changes from DA Pam 611–21, NOFCs, CAD and POI submissions and information provided by schools, as appropriate. (8) In coordination with TRADOC, participate in the MOB ARPRINT development process to determine training capability and resource shortages for all medical courses and enter data to appropriate ATRRS displays. q. Commanding General, U.S. Army Materiel Command. The CG, AMC, will— (1) Ensure central issue facility resourcing to meet institutional training mission requirements as defined in ARPRINT.

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(2) Assign all AMC course numbers. (3) Add, change, or delete (as appropriate) all courses in ATRRS for which AMC is a proponent. (4) Provide guidance and ensure class schedules are appropriately entered into ATRRS in accordance with deadlines established by DCS, G-1 for AMC schools and those schools for which AMC has general staff proponency. (5) Manage quota allocation for all training courses for which AMC has responsibility. (6) Ensure the posting of ATRRS input and graduation data of Army components, other services, government agencies, and civilians attending training in AMC schools and those schools for which AMC has general staff proponency. (7) Update the course scope, prerequisites and schools information in ATRRS system for AMC schools and those schools for which AMC has general staff proponency. (8) Update Defense Management Education and Training Program, DODD 5010.16. (9) Participate in and provide input as required for the SMDR and TRAP processes. (10) Receive requests from non-DOD agencies for attendance at AMC colleges and schools for those agencies not covered under TACITS. (11) Provide facilities, equipment, and technical expertise and assistance as required to facilitate training of personnel. r. Commanding General, U.S. Army Special Operations Command. The CG, USASOC, in support of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (USAJFKSWCS), will— (1) Coordinate with or allow direct coordination between the USAJFKSWCS and TRADOC for all USAJFKSWCS course numbers. (2) Approve all CADs and POIs for the USAJFKSWCS. (3) Ensure class schedules are appropriately entered by training managers into ATRRS in accordance with deadlines established by DCS, G-1 for USASOC schools and those schools for which USASOC has general staff proponency. (4) Manage quota allocation for all non-IMT training courses for which USASOC has responsibility. (5) Ensure training managers post to ATRRS input and graduation data of Army components; other services, government agencies, and Army civilian employees attend training in USAJFKSWCS schools and those schools for which USASOC has general staff proponency. (6) Participate in and provide input as required for the SMDR and TRAP process. (7) Update the course scope, prerequisites and schools information in ATRRS incorporating changes from DA Pam 611–21, NOFCs, CAD and POI changes for USAJFKSWCS schools for which USASOC has general staff proponency. (8) In coordination with TRADOC, participate in the MOB ARPRINT development process to determine training capability and resource shortages for all special forces courses and enter data to appropriate ATRRS displays. (9) Fulfill other duties as specified (see para 2-7, below). s. Commander, Human Resources Command-St. Louis. The CDR, HRC-STL will— (1) Act as the principal agent for the Chief, Army Reserve (CAR) in determining the USAR peacetime requirements for formal non-IMT resident school training required for the Ready Reserve. This includes troop program unit (TPU), Individual Ready Reserve, and Active Guard Reserve. (2) Manage and control all in-service quotas allocated to the USAR to ensure maximum seat fill. (3) Monitor USAR input, graduate, and attrition data for courses attended by USAR personnel to enforce course prerequisites and the provisions of AR 600-9. (4) Participate in and provide input as required to the SMDR and TRAP processes. (5) Fulfill other duties as specified (see para 2–7, below). t. One Army School System. The OASS commandants or directors, Army Training Center commanders, and the CDR, HRC-STL, will— (1) Enter class schedules, new equipment training (NET) schedules, and scheduled input into ATRRS and make schedule changes from TRAP or other actions within 10 working days of notification. (2) Post actual inputs within 2 working days (7 working days for ARNG and USAR schools) of the start date and the actual outputs within 2 working days (7 working days for ARNG and USAR schools) from the end date of each class as announced in class schedules. Losses from a course must be posted within 2 working days of notification to ensure adjustments in any follow-on training for which an individual may have reservations. Actual input and output data must be posted for all courses of instruction. (3) Enter all new courses into the individual training requirements and resources process as identified in the TRAP. (4) The Training Schools Office will post actual inputs for all NET Soldiers within 2 working days of receiving NET roster from the S1 and the actual graduates and other completion actions within 2 working days from receiving NET roster of course completions or other actions from the S1. u. Commanders of Army Command proponent school systems. These commanders will— (1) Report accurate and timely information in ATRRS (2) Monitor the data provided by their subordinates.

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