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TRADOC implements learning management system.

The Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) is implementing the new, Web-based Army Learning Management System (ALMS), which will help students, trainers, and training managers to conduct and manage training throughout students' Army careers. The system is an integral component of the Army Distributed Learning Program that provides professional military and self-development training and education.

The ALMS provides automated individual training management and distributed learning capabilities. It will be used to register and enroll students; monitor testing and student progress; distribute, store, and present education and training products; maintain training and education records; collect and store feedback and evaluations; and provide a database of education and training products and resources. It will enable soldiers to take distributed learning courses and manage their training records and allow civilians to take Department of the Army-directed training.

The ALMS is accessible from the Army Knowledge Online Web site, providing one central location for soldier and civilian employee training needs. Implementation of the ALMS began with Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, and is scheduled to be complete throughout TRADOC early in 2006. Fielding to the remaining major Army commands will begin shortly thereafter, with full fielding completed by 2008.
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Title Annotation:ALOG NEWS; Army Training and Doctrine Command
Publication:Army Logistician
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2005
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