Influential leader with record of success managing administrative challenges and helping a great company succeed. Knowledgeable about logistics, inventory and personnel management. Accustomed to working in hazardous conditions and high stress environments while paying close attention to details and focusing on the task at hand . Recognized for dynamic work ethic and team player attitude while staying flexible. Determined to succeed. Active Secrete Security Clearance.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to apply effective management concepts; recognize effective communication and interpersonal skills in organizations; describe and employ relevant management processes; apply the planning processes and the military decision-making model; employ the effective use of work teams and individual and group behavior; and assess personnel management theories within the scope of actual practice and a changing environment.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to supervises the successful accomplishment of the Commander's mobilization readiness objectives; anticipates and recommends solutions to unit requirements in all aspects of unit readiness; participates in the daily supervision of training management, mobilization planning, supply, maintenance, and personnel functions relating to Soldier welfare and mission capability; acts as the commander's representative and spokesman in the daily operations of the unit and ensures the highest readiness status of the unit
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge necessary to comply with the regulations affecting all U.S. domestic and international modes of shipping hazardous materials; understand the requirements for transporting hazardous materials, explosives, or ammunition by land (highway and rail), air (commercial and military), and water (shipping vessels) in accordance with the 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), 40 CFR, Military Standard 129N, IMDG Code, and Air International Regulations.
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.
This course is a tool used to help leaders make sound decisions in a systematic, logical thought process to identify and control hazards. Through integration, leaders and individuals are empowered with the responsibility, authority, and accountability for CRM decisions at the most appropriate level.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to maintain and safely operate Patriot fire control systems
including power distribution, weapon control computer, environmental control unit and radar systems.
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