Assistant Recruiting Instructor Course

TRAVEL DATES:

COURSE COURSE DATES LOCATION ARRIVE LEAVE
1-21 12/07/20 to 12/18/20 NCC 12/06/20 12/19/20
2-21 03/08/21 to 03/19/21 NCC 03/07/21 03/20/21
3-21 08/16/21 to 08/27/21 NCC 08/15/21 08/28/21
4-21 09/20/21 to 10/01/21 NCC 09/19/21 10/02/21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Tasks

    a. National Training Team 

        (1) Assume overall cognizance for coordination and conduct of the course.

        (2) Receive all attendee names and required student data for each student from each region.

        (3) Provide instructors, facilitator kits as needed, and participant kits for each student.

        (4) Coordinate NCC billeting arrangements for all students, instructors, and visitors.

        (5) Submit course student information, through Marine Corps Training Information Management System (MCTIMS) Student Registrar module, to Commanding General, Training and Education Command (CG TECOM) (4611) within 30 calendar days prior to course convening date.

        (6) Coordinate with CG TECOM (4611) to request funding and generate a funding letter for each student.  Forward the funding letter for each student to parent commands NLT ten calendar days prior to the course convening date.

        (7) Submit course convening rosters through MCTIMS Student Registrar module to CG TECOM (4611) within five calendar days of the class convening date.

        (8) Validate course student and class data (rosters, completion rosters, graduation reports, etc.) through MCTIMS Student Registrar module within five calendar days after course completion.

        (9) Solicit and confirm guest instructors and speakers (MCRC HQ and outside agency) to help conduct the course.

        (10) Provide training and evaluation for each MCRC provided instructor prior to the course convening date. The evaluation period will be sufficient enough to evaluate each instructor’s ability to use a facilitator’s guide, gauge course content knowledge, and train and develop an instructor who may need remediation.

        (11) Create an after action report for the AC/S G-3 within seven calendar days of course completion date.

    b. Commanding Generals, Eastern and Western Recruiting Regions 

        (1) Ensure all newly assigned ARIs (or will be assigned or who have not previously attended this course) are submitted and enrolled for this course.

        (2) Ensure all attendee names and required student data for each student are submitted to course head NLT 30 calendar days before class convene date. Due to TECOM appropriation data procedures, exceptions within 30 days of convening date are non-waiverable.

        (3) Ensure each attendee has a copy of this Playbook, all required material, and is prepared for the course.

        (4) Ensure appropriate travel authorization and vouchers are created and submitted.

        (5) Ensure each District Training Team Chief contacts their respective attendees to provide additional guidance not covered in this Playbook.

        (6) Confirm attendee and student attendance with course head NLT ten calendar days prior to course convene date.

    c. Commanding Officers, Recruiting Districts

        (1) Ensure all attendee names and required student data is submitted via appropriate region training team portal.

        (2) Ensure each attendee has a copy of this Playbook, all required material, and is prepared for the course.

        (3) Ensure appropriate travel authorization and vouchers are created and submitted.

        (4) Ensure District Training Team Chief contacts their respective attendees to provide additional guidance not covered in this Playbook.

    d. Students

        (1) Download the Volume III from MCRC G3 Training Team SharePoint Site.

https://mcrcportal.marines.usmc.mil/HQG3/ntt/tl/Forms/AllItems.aspx

        (2) Bring a government issued computer with the following reference material for use throughout the course (electronic format is acceptable):

            (a) Current Annual Training Plan (electronic format is acceptable).

            (b) Most recent RS SRI Checklist (electronic format is acceptable).

            (c) MC4 Reinforcement Facilitator Kit (bring a physical kit only; electronic kit NOT acceptable).

        (3) Ensure you have an active MCRISS account (MCRISS RS and RSS) with permissions and access to the MCRISS Web Query Tool and Microsoft Power PI.

        (4) Ensure your AdPortal account is active.

        (5) Ensure appropriate travel authorization and vouchers are created and submitted.

        (6) Contact your respective district training team for any additional guidance not covered in this Playbook.

2.  Coordinating Instructions, Administration and Logistics.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

ARIC COURSE WEEK 1
TD 1:
TIME SUBJECT LOCATION REMARKS
0800 - 0900 ARIC KICKOFF GENERAL SESSION  
0900 - 1200 EFFECTIVE TRAINING TECHNIQUES GENERAL SESSION  
1200 - 1300 CHOW    
1300 – 1630 MOD 1 WALK THRU GENERAL SESSION  
TD 2:
0800 – 1200 MOD 1 TEACH BACKS BREAK OUT  
1200 – 1300 CHOW    
1300 – 1630 MOD 2 WALK THRU GENERAL SESSION  
TD 3:
0800 – 1200 MOD 2 TEACH BACKS BREAK OUT  
1200 – 1300 CHOW    
1300 – 1630 MOD 3 & 4 WALK THRU GENERAL SESSION  
TD 4:
0800 – 1200 FINAL TEACH BACK BREAK OUT  
1200 – 1300 CHOW    
1300 – 1630 FINAL TEACH BACK GENERAL SESSION  
TD 5:
0800 - 0900 RI SECTION ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES GENERAL SESSION  
0900 - 1100 ANNUAL TRAINING PLAN GENERAL SESSION  
1100 – 1200 ONGOING RS TRAINING GENERAL SESSION  
1200 - 1300 CHOW    
1300 - 1430 ONGOING RS TRAINING GENERAL SESSION  
1430 – 1630 PAR AND R&R TRAINING GENERAL SESSION  
 
ARIC COURSE WEEK 2
TD 6:
TIME SUBJECT LOCATION REMARKS
0800 - 1000 TRAINING LIBRARY & FACILITATION GENERAL SESSION  
1000 - 1200 COMMAND GROUP DEVELOPMENT GENERAL SESSION  
1200 - 1300 CHOW    
1300 - 1630 DEVELOPING 8411’S GENERAL SESSION  
TD 7:
0800 - 1030 DEVELOPING SNCOIC’S GENERAL SESSION  
1030 – 1200 DEVELOPING 8412’S GENERAL SESSION  
1200 – 1300 CHOW    
1300 – 1530 DEVELOPING THE MEPS GENERAL SESSION  
1530 – 1630 RI/OPS SYNERGY GENERAL SESSION  
TD 8:
0800 - 1200 DEVELOPING THE OST GENERAL SESSION  
1200 – 1300 CHOW    
1300 – 1400 DEVELOPING THE OST GENERAL SESSION  
1400 – 1500 MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION GENERAL SESSION  
1500 - 1630 PROFFESIONAL WRITTEN COMMUNICATION GENERAL SESSION  
TD 9:
0800 – 1200 CGAP RMC GENERAL SESSION  
1200 – 1300 CHOW    
1300 – 1630 CGAP RMC GENERAL SESSION  
TD 10:
0800 – 1000 SUPPORTING PERSONNEL PLANNING GENERAL SESSION  
1000 – 1130 ARI COURSE WRAP UP GENERAL SESSION  
1130 – 1230 CHOW    
1230 - 1300 GRADUATION GENERAL SESSION