Army Training and Leader Development Model
Definition/Scope: (AR 600-100) The Army training and leader development model identifies important interactions for training Soldiers and developing leaders. It requires lifelong learning and identifies three developmental domains that shape critical learning experiences: operational, institutional, and self-development. The model portrays the development of trained and ready units led by competent and confident leaders, and depicts a continuous cycle of education, assessment, and feedback. For each domain, specific measurable actions are required and each domain uses assessment and feedback from various sources to maximize mission readiness and to develop leaders. (CPOL) The Army Training and Leader Development model (ATDLM) portrays development of trained and ready units led by competent and confident leaders. The term units also apply to civilian organizations that ultimately support units. The model identifies important interactions that develop leaders for the future. It describes three core domains that shape critical learning experiences throughout a career; operational, institutional, and self-development. It also describes a continuous cycle of counseling, coaching, mentoring, education, assessment, feedback, remediation and reinforcement. As leaders progress in their career and face new challenges (evaluations, selection, promotions, schooling, assignments), they must be developed to meet those challenges.
Broader Terms:Army Force Generation
Narrower Terms:Army Training System
Related Terms:Advanced Leaders Course