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AR-2201-0603

1.WARRIOR LEADER (AC)
(Warrior Leader)
2.WARRIOR LEADER
3.WARRIOR LEADER

Course Number: Version 1: 600-WLC; 600-WLC (AC). Version 2: 600-WLC; 600-C44. Version 3: 600-C44.

Location: Version 1: NCO Academy, Fort Knox, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Bragg, NC; NCO Academy, Fort Benning, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Stewart, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Campbell, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Polk, LA; NCO Academy, Fort Hood, TX; NCO Academy, Fort Lewis, WA; NCO Academy, Fort Drum, NY; NCO Academy, Fort Greeley, AK; NCO Academy, Fort Leonard Wood, MO; NCO Academy, EUSA, Korea; NCO Academy, Fort Bliss, TX; NCO Academy, 7th Army, Grafenwoehr, Germany; NCO Academy, Fort Sill, OK; NCO Academy, Schofield Barracks, HI. Version 2: NCO Academy, Fort Knox, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Bragg, NC; NCO Academy, Fort Benning, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Stewart, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Campbell, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Polk, LA; NCO Academy, Fort Hood, TX; NCO Academy, Fort Lewis, WA; NCO Academy, Fort Drum, NY; NCO Academy, Fort Leonard Wood, MO; NCO Academy, EUSA, Korea; NCO Academy, Fort Bliss, TX; NCO Academy, 7th Army, Grafenwoehr, Germany; NCO Academy, Fort Sill, OK; National Guard Bureau, US; NCO Academy, Europe, Panama, Hawaii, Alaska, and Federal R; John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC; NCO Academy, HI; NCO Academy, Fort Dix, NJ; NG Unit/Spec Schools, PA; NG Unit/Spec Schools, SC; NG Unit/Spec Schools, PR; Construction Training Center, Port Hueneme, CA; NCO Academy, Schofield Barracks, HI; NCO Academy, Fort Richardson, AK; National Guard Bureau NCO Academy, Camp Beauregard, LA; NG Unit/Spec Schools, AK; NG Unit/Spec Schools, HI; NG Unit/Spec Schools, MS; USAR REG E SCHOOLS, WI; USAR REG A SCHOOLS, NJ; USAR REG G SCHOOLS, WA; NG Unit/ Spec Schools, NE; EIGHTH US ARMY, KOREA; USAR REG B SCHOOLS, Grafenwoehr, Germany. Version 3: NCO Academy, Fort Knox, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Bragg, NC; NCO Academy, Fort Benning, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Stewart, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Campbell, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Polk, LA; NCO Academy, Fort Hood, TX; NCO Academy, Fort Lewis, WA; NCO Academy, Fort Drum, NY; NCO Academy, Fort Leonard Wood, MO; NCO Academy, Fort Bliss, TX; NCO Academy, 7th Army, Grafenwoehr, Germany; NCO Academy, Fort Sill, OK; John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC; NCO Academy, HI; NG Unit/Spec Schools, PR; NCO Academy, Fort Richardson, AK; National Guard Bureau NCO Academy, Camp Beauregard, LA; NG Unit/Spec Schools, AK; NG Unit/Spec Schools, HI; NG Unit/Spec Schools, MS; USAR REG A SCHOOLS, NJ; USAR REG G SCHOOLS, WA; NG Unit/ Spec Schools, NE; NG Unit/Spec Schools, PA; NG Unit/Spec Schools, 145th Regt, RTIOH, OH; NG Unit/Spec Schools, NM; Multi-Functional Training Bde, Europe; Sergeants Major Academy, Fort Bliss, TX; NG Unit/Spec Schools, FL; NG Unit/Spec Schools, CO; NG Unit/Spec Schools, UT; NG Unit/Spec Schools, VT; NCO Academy, EUSA, Korea; NG Unit/Spec Schools, SC.

Length: Version 1: 4–5 weeks (198–200 hours). Version 2: 3 weeks (136–148 hours). Version 3: 4 weeks (171 hours).

Exhibit Dates: Version 1: 10/05–12/09. Version 2: 1/10–6/14. Version 3: 7/14–Present.

Learning Outcomes: Version 1: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to function as a junior level leader with essential skills in leadership, training, warfighting and administration Version 2: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to function as a junior level leader with essential skills in leadership; training; war fighting; and administration. Version 3: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to apply management concepts within a changing environment; distinguish between the foundations of planning and decision-making; identify current issues in personnel management; communicate effectively; apply interpersonal skills in organizational settings; motivate followers; identify the role of leader and its relationship to management; utilize various aspects of management; function as a junior-level leader with essential skills in leadership; develop training plans; carry out war fighting; strategize using small groups; prepare performance appraisal reports; respect aspects of culture diversity; and prepare a situational analysis.

Instruction: Version 1: Audiovisual materials, practical exercises, discussion, and classroom exercises. Topics include leadership, battle focused training, map reading, and field training. Version 2: Audiovisual materials, practical exercises, discussion, classroom exercises, and lecture. General course topics include leadership; counseling; mentoring; and field training. Version 3: Methods of instruction include classroom exercises, discussion, learner presentations, lecture, and practical exercises. General course topics include leadership, management, personnel management, training, development of training plans, mentoring, counseling, small unit operations, and situational training.

Methods of Assessment: Version 3: Methods of assessment include quizzes, presentations, and examinations.

Related Competencies: Version 2: Leadership topics include coaching, decision-making, ethics, problem solving, situational leadership, small unit leadership, supervision, and team building. Version 3: Management topics include conflict resolution, controlling, decision-making and problem solving, development, leading, planning, and risk management. Leadership topics include cultural sensitivity, diversity management, ethical leadership, goal setting, organizational staffing, and vision.

Credit Recommendation: Version 1: In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in leadership principles and 2 in military science (6/06)(4/09). Version 2: In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in leadership (10/09)(9/11). Version 3: In the upper-division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in management and 3 in leadership (7/14)(7/14).

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