805B-79T40-C46 Recruiting and Retention NCO Senior Leaders Course (SLC)

805B-79T40-C46 Recruiting and Retention NCO Senior Leaders Course (SLC)

Scope: This three-week performance oriented course is designed to build upon prior recruiting and retention experience through advance small group facilitation.
Prerequisites: Soldiers are required to hold the Primary MOS 79T and be graduates of Advanced Leader Course (or BNCOC), Recruiting and Retention NCO course (SQI4), and ARNG Conversion Course at least 6 months prior to the start date of SLC. Soldiers also must have Structured Self Development (SSD) 3 complete prior to arrival at SLC. Note: Attention all personnel over 40 years of age, attending SLC requires that you have an updated PHA; which means it must have been conducted within one year of the report date of the course. Your updated PHA must include the EKG and the over 40-blood work (IAW AR 40-501, ALARACT 217/2006, and NGB Memorandum 07-028, dated 23 August 2007 and 10 April 2007). The EKG and blood work must be within 5 years. Report to Saratoga Hall (Building 4401) in your IPFU on the first day of training at the time stated in the welcome letter, received upon registration at Independence Hall, for height/weight and body fat measurements. Graduation uniform is Army Service Uniform.
Purpose: The 79T Senior Leader Course will prepare students to serve in positions of greater influence and responsibility within the ARNG Recruiting and Retention Force.
Target audience: RRNCOs requiring knowledge and skills for the performance of skill level 4 and 5 duties.
Length: 3 weeks
POC: https://guardu.ellc.learn.army.mil/

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Welcome to the Strength Maintenance Training Center. The SMTC trains the Army National Guard Recruiting and Retention Force encompassing recruiting, retention and attrition management. In addition to qualification training, the Strength Maintenance Training Center is the only active duty NCO academy in the Army National Guard.