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The Army Management Staff College (AMSC) is honored to recognize a father and son who both recently completed the Civilian Education System Advanced Course (AC) together on 26 May 2017. Mr. Perry Cushman, the father, and Mr. Antonio Cushman, the son, are both supervisors at the Detroit Arsenal in Warren, Michigan. In total, 111 students graduated from AC 17-005, which took place 1–26 May 2017 at Fort Leavenworth, KS....Read More
Our newly launched Organizational Leader Development Course provides a flexible distributed learning opportunity that enables Army Civilians to become more effective leaders at the organizational level. This course is designed to enhance Army Civilian skills to meet changing workforce leadership requirements.

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Lt. Gen. Michael Lundy recognizes Army Management Staff College Committee members for earning the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) Innovation of the Year Award: Learner Engagement during a State of Command Workforce Update on Friday, Sept 23.. Brice H. Johnson, director of the Department of Direct Leadership, was on-hand to accept the 2016 International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) Innovation of the Year Award: Learner Engagement on behalf of the Army Management Staff College (AMSC) Committee at a ceremony held in Fort Worth, Texas Thursday, Sept. 22. Click the photo to read more about this great honor. (Photo Credit: Dan Neal, Army University)...Read More
Retired Army Col. Kim Summers cites Army doctrine to argue that Department of the Army civilians are indeed professionals and members of the Army Profession. This article responds to a previous Military Review article that held a differing viewpoint.

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Civilian Education System (CES) courses are now open for FY17 enrollment in CHRTAS. Commands are responsible for managing quotas for their Army Civilians, so work with your supervisor and training manager to determine your eligibility and priority level. Always review your CHRTAS profile to ensure it is accurate (to include your supervisor's email).

View our ces course schedule for a full list of fy17 offerings.

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In the "SES Engagement Program," a senior executive from across the Army Enterprise spends a full week with an Advanced Course class. The four-week Advanced Course is the required leader development course for all Army Civilians in grades GS-13, GS-14, and GS-15. The course curriculum offers learning experiences to promote leading complex organizations in support of national security and defense strategies; integrating Army and Joint systems in support of the Joint Force; inspiring vision and creativity; implementing change; and managing programs. For more on this story, click the photo above....Read More

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Civilian Education System (CES) courses are now open for FY17 enrollment in CHRTAS. Commands are responsible for managing quotas for their Army Civilians, so work with your supervisor and training manager to determine your eligibility and priority level. Always review your CHRTAS profile to ensure it is accurate (to include your supervisor's email).

View our CES course schedule for a full list of fy17 offerings.


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