Modes and Duration:
Resident - 3 Weeks 4.0 Days
These courses are resident training with emphasis on NCO duties and responsibilities, leadership, verbal and written communication skills, training management, common military skills, logistics management, warrior training; urban operations and convoy operations.
Proponent Specific Training
Ammunition Service Support Structure, Surveillance Operations, Ammunition Explosive Storage Standards, Planning Re-warehousing, Disposal Operations, Emergency Destruction of Munitions, Field Storage of Munitions, Port Operations, Ammunition Maintenance Operations, Transportation of Class V Materials, Standard Army Ammunition System Modernization (SAAS-MMC) Management.
Active Army or Reserve Component enlisted personnel (SSG or SFC), selected by a Department of the Army selection board (Active Army) or recommended by unit commander (Reserve Component) qualified in MOS 89B, 89D,91E, 91K, 91C, 91D, 91L, 91A, 91B, 91P, 91H, 91M, 91X, 94A, 94D, 94E, 94F, 94H, 94K, 94L, 94M, 94P, 94R, 94S, 94T, 94W, or 94Y. Meets requirements outlined in AR 350-1, AR 600-9, and DA PAM 611-21.
All Senior Leaders Course (SLC) students will be responsible for successfully completing the Composite Risk Management Operational Course training via distributed learning (dL) on the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center website prior to attendance at SLC or at the eOrdnanceU website while attending SLC. Completion of this training is a mandatory graduation requirement. NOTE: If the student completes the training prior to attending SLC, the completion of the course will be tracked by the Combat Readiness Center Learning Management System (CRC LMS). Their system is capable of providing the student with a certificate of completion. The student will present this certificate upon arrival to SLC or during the course as evidence of completion.
Army Logistics University
562 Quarters Road
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1705