805B-F03 ARNG Liaison/IADT Managers

805B-F03 ARNG Liaison/IADT Managers
Scope: Instruction includes the following: Analyze Duties, Responsibilities and Utilization; Present a Military Briefing; Validate Orders; Update a Soldier’s Status; Alternatives to Separation; Manage RC Soldiers in Training; Coordinate AWOL Process; Identify Separation Authority; and Monitor Line of Duty (LOD) Investigation.
Prerequisites: All personnel attending this course must be assigned (or be projected) as an ARNG/USAR Liaison NCO or as a State IADT Manager. ARNG Soldiers must be a graduate of the ARNG Recruiting and Retention NCO (SQI4) course and 79T Conversion Course. (State IADT Managers not assigned to a MOS 79T TDA position are exempt from training requirements. However, they are encouraged to attend this course.) Note: Duty uniform is the Army Combat Uniform (ACU). If the student is a civilian contractor, the duty uniform is business casual. Note: Course attendance is mandatory within 6 months of assignment.
Purpose: To provide ARNG enlisted Soldiers with the knowledge, skills and techniques to perform as an ARNG Recruiting and Retention Liaison/IADT NCO.
Target audience: Soldiers assigned as an ARNG TRADOC Liaison NCO or as a State IADT Manager.
Length: 2 weeks
POC: https://guardu.ellc.learn.army.mil/

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