Courses offered through FSDO
COMMON FACULTY DEVELOPMENT – INSTRUCTOR COURSE (CFD-IC)
This 2 week / 80-hour course prepares instructors to teach, train, and facilitate learning in an adult learning environment. Learners will be introduced to instructor roles and responsibilities, teaching and learning models, professional and ethical requirements, and classroom management techniques.
COMMON FACULTY DEVELOPMENT – DEVELOPER COURSE (CFD-DC)
This 2 week / 80-hour course is designed to provide Army training and curriculum developers with the skills necessary to produce instructional products for institutional and operational training and education settings; it introduces the ADDIE model and the Accountable Instructional System (AIS).
PROJECT ATHENA COACHING WORKSHOP VIRTUAL (PACW)
This virtual 3-week / 24-hour, part-time course combines asynchronous learning activities with virtual synchronous sessions (twice a week, 2 hours each). Upon completion of the course, instructors will have the necessary knowledge, skills, and practice to develop, manage, and facilitate learning in a digitally enhanced learning environment.
VIRTUAL LEARNING INSTRUCTOR COURSE VIRTUAL (VLIC)
TRAINING AND EDUCATION MIDDLE MANAGER COURSE (TEDMMC)
TEDMMC is a 5-day / 40-hour course designed for those in mid-level management positions responsible for managing training and education products such as lesson plans, training support packages, courses, blocks of instruction, and training plans.
SENIOR TRAINING AND EDUCATION MANAGER COURSE (STEMC)
STEMC provides a practitioner's overview of how HQ TRADOC supports centers and schools in terms of mission and function. The focus is on managing and integrating training development activities with capability, force, and materiel development. Management of integration and standardization systems are studied from the perspective of senior training development managers.