The ACTEDS Training Catalog

Basic Course (BC)
Distributed Learning (DL) and Resident

Course Number ATRRS (1-250-C-60 (DL) & 1-250-C60 phase 2)
Mode Distributed Learning Web and classroom
Location Civilian Human Resource Training Application System
Resident course located at Army Management Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS
Eligibility Requirements Required for Army Civilians GS01-09 (and equivalent WG/NAF/pay bands). Applicants must have completed the Foundation Course (FC) if employed as an Army civilian after 30 September 2006 or had a break in service, and previous service date is before 30 September 2006. Applicants must have a current TAPES performance rating of successful or NSPS rating of Level (2) or above, and be in good standing regarding conduct.
Admission Priorities

Priority 1 - Army civilians in a permanent appointment to a supervisory or managerial position and have not received course/experience substitution.

Priority 2 - Other Army civilian employee.

Priority 3 - Military supervisors of civilians and other DoD leaders.

Distributed Learning (dL) course is available to other members of the Army Civilian Corps as self-development.

Purpose Designed for civilian leaders to exercise direct leadership to effectively care for teams. Training focuses on basic education in leadership and counseling fundamentals, interpersonal skills and self-awareness.
Description The BC consists of a dL course and a two week resident course. The resident course will be taken after successful completion of the dL course and takes place in a university setting encompassing a classroom environment and small group seminars.
Application Process Self-registration process through the Civilian Human Resource Training Application System web-site
AKO logon and password or Common Access Card (CAC) required to enroll.
Funding Most permanent Army civilians to include Local National, NAF, and WG employees are centrally funded. Military members; term and temporary employees; and non-Department of the Army employees, for example, are funded through their own organizations.