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THE ARMY TRAINING COUNCIL--3-4 NOVEMBER 2001
The second annual Land Force Doctrine and Training System (LFDTS) Army Training Council (ATC) was held in Kingston, 3-4 November 2001. The conference was a great success with excellent presentations, frank discussions and clear paths charted for many Army training issues. The conference was chaired by Major-General Arp, Commander LFDTS, and attended by senior leaders from across the Army. Deputy Commander LFDTS, Brigadier-General Nordick, area or deputy area commanders of each area, brigade commanders from both the Regular and Reserve brigades, the Commander Combat Training Centre, and the Land Force Command Inspector were in attendance to name a few of the 118 attendees. There was also good representation from noncommissioned members with many command, area and brigade CWOs as well as many area training centre and school commandants and their RSMs.
The topics covered at the ATC ranged from an update on the new professional development models for officers and non-commissioned members to an overview of the challenges resulting from the transfer of responsibility for certain military occupation classifications from the Canadian Forces Recruiting, Education and Training System to the Army. The ATC also saw the first presentations of the new B-GL 300-008/FP-001 Training Canada's Army by Comd LFDTS to the area commanders or their deputies. The presentations from the ATC are available on the DIN at: http://lfdts.army.mil.ca/web_temp/DAT/ Army%20Training%20Council%20Presentations/
The record of decisions is available at: http://lfdts.army.mil.ca/ web_temp/DAT/Army%20Training%20Council%20Record%20of%20Decisions/
In conclusion, the second annual ATC was a most worthwhile …