Advanced Course (AC)
|Course Number||ATRRS (1-250-C-62 (DL) & 1-250-C62 phase 2)|
|Mode||Distributed Learning Web and classroom|
Civilian Human Resource Training Application System
Resident course located at Army Management Staff College - East, Fort Belvoir, VA
|Eligibility Requirements||Designed for Army civilian employees in a permanent appointment to a supervisory or managerial position at GS-13 and above or comparable pay band; military supervisors of civilian employees and other DoD leaders. Applicants must have completed the Foundation Course, if required, and the Basic Course, Intermediate Course or have received course/experience substitution for each. 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.|
Priority 1 - Required course for all Army civilians in a permanent appointment to a supervisory or managerial position. AC must be completed within two years from placement in supervisory position.
Priority 1 - Required course for all Army civilians in a permanent appointment to a supervisory or managerial position, GS-13 and above who have not received course/experience substitution.
Priority 2 - Army senior level civilians, GS-13 and above or comparable pay band, currently not in a supervisory or managerial position.
Priority 3 - Military supervisors of civilians or in managerial positions 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 in permanent appointment supervisor or managerial position and who are adaptive, innovative, self-aware, and capable of effectively leading a complex organization, guiding programs, and managing associated resources. The training focus is on strategic thinking and assessment, change management, developing a cohesive organization, managing a diverse workplace, and management of resources.|
|Description||The AC consists of a dL course (pre-assessment determines individual length) and a four 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.|
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 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.|
The ACTEDS Training Catalog