United States Army Correspondence Course
Course Number 805DM41
United States Army Chaplain Center and School
Fort Jackson, SC 29207-7035
The Chaplain Assistant Advanced Sustainment Training Course (MOS 56M40) consists of seven (7) subcourses: CH0607, IS3005, IS1600, IS8700, IS8701, IS8710, and IS8711.
It reflects the doctrine current at the time its subcourses were prepared.
Unless otherwise stated, the masculine gender of singular pronouns is used to refer to both men and women.
|Proponent||This course is issued by the-- |
U.S. Army Institute for Professional Development (AIPD)
This course provides personnel with skills and knowledge needed to serve as a Senior UMT NCO at division staff chaplain section level in the rank of SFC.
|Members of the Active Army or Reserve Components in MOS 56M30 whose assignments require the skills and knowledge available through this course.|
There are no additional prerequisites or special requirements for those eligible to take this course.
|Contents||The course contains the subcourses listed below. Subcourses should be completed in the order shown.
CH0607, Unit Ministry Team Leadership
IS3005, Safeguarding Defense Information
IS1600, Chaplain Support Activities Basic
IS8700, Overview of Training Management
IS8701, Prepare to Conduct Training
IS8710, Planning Training
IS8711, Executing and Assessing Training
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The Army Correspondence Course Program courses/subcourses are available to U.S. Active and Reserve military officers, warrant officers, and enlisted personnel; Reserve Officers' Training Corps, National Guard Officer Candidate School, West Point cadets, and authorized federal civilian employees.
Military personnel must have enough time remaining in service to complete the course/subcourse in which they request enrollment.
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Taking the Course/Subcourses On-Line
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You do not have to wait for enrollment verification before beginning. You can start immediately. Everything you need to complete the course's component subcourses is provided on-line. You will need no additional materials, nor will any be sent to you. View and study all materials (including practical exercises), and take the subcourse final examinations.
REMINDER: To receive credit for the subcourses toward course completion, you must have received course enrollment verification by e-mail before taking any subcourse examination.
Once you complete an individual examination and "submit" your responses, you will be notified immediately if you have, or have not, earned a passing grade. You will receive your final grade (Completion Notice) by mail.
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