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FORCE GOAL 0356 – CENTERED L ANGUAGE TRAINING IN THE MILITARY ENVIRONMENT Romanian Armed Forces Study. BILC Conference 2006. Foreign Language Training Program Manager Human Resources Management Directorate MOD. LTC Viorel JURETCU. FORCE GOAL 0356

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FORCE GOAL 0356 – CENTERED

LANGUAGE TRAINING IN THE MILITARY ENVIRONMENT

Romanian Armed Forces Study

BILC Conference 2006

ltc viorel juretcu
Foreign Language Training Program Manager

Human Resources Management Directorate

MOD

LTCViorel JURETCU
summary
FORCE GOAL 0356

STUDY CONDUCTED IN THE ROMANIAN ARMED FORCES

RESULTS

LANGUAGE TRAINING

CONCLUSIONS

SUMMARY
force goal requirements
Personnel for international staff (HQs):

COs – SLP 3 3 3 3:

NCOs / SLP 3 2 3 2.

By the target date, personnel from NRF, HRF and FLR:

COs – SLP 3 3 3 3:

NCOs / SLP 3 2 3 2:

Comm. Personnel – SLP 2 2 2 1.

Force Goal Requirements
study
LANGUAGE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

FOR DEPLOYABLE FORCES

PURPOSE

adequate SLP for personnel in Deployable Forces;

specialized terminology used during missions abroad.

Study
commanding officers 1
1 Follow short informational presentations (situation reports, briefings, etc.) (2-3)

2 Follow short technical briefings and operating instructions (3)

3 Listen to announcements for information, instructions and warnings (2)

4 Follow detailed presentations (live, video / audio) (3)

7 Present short routine briefings (duty reports,end-of-day briefings, patrol reports etc.) (2)

11 Give reports on incidents (e.g. car accident, demonstration, injury etc.) (2)

13 Issue / explain / transmit orders / instructions / messages by phone / radio link (2)

16 Take part in telephone / radio discussions (2-3)

Commanding Officers (1)
commanding officers 2
17 Askfor / provide information necessary to carry out your duties (2)

20 Deal with unit (subunit, compartment) specific problems - logistics, personnel, financial, communications, PR, CIMIC, legal, medical and religious support, etc.) (3-4)

24 Read routine work documents (orders, regulations, instructions, reports etc.) (2)

26 Read supporting documentation, e.g. rules of engagement (ROE), lessons learnt (3)

27 Read and prepare summaries from reports (2-3)

31 Prepare documents in your professional field of activity (reports, orders, instructions, memoranda etc.) (2)

36 Develop arguments in support of points of view regarding issues of a general nature (3)

37 Translate military documents (3-4)

Commanding Officers (2)
staff officers
1 Follow short informational presentations (situation reports, briefings, etc.) (2-3)

2 Follow short technical briefings and operating instr. (3)

11 Give reports on incidents (e.g. car accident, demonstration, injury etc.) (2)

13 Issue / explain / transmit orders / instructions / messages by phone / radio link (2)

16 Take part in telephone / radio discussions (2-3)

21 Use standard radio procedures (2)

24 Read routine work documents (orders, regulations, instructions, reports etc.) (2)

26 Read supporting documentation, e.g. rules of engagement (ROE), lessons learnt (3)

34 Prepare presentations for self or superior (Power Point, presentation/briefing notes etc.) (3)

37 Translate military documents (3-4)

Staff Officers
company commanders platoon leaders
3 Listen to announcements for information, instructions and warnings (2)

4 Follow detailed presentations (live, video / audio) (3)

13 Issue / explain / transmit orders / instructions / messages by phone / radio link (2)

17 Askfor / provide information necessary to carry out your duties (2)

24 Read routine work documents (orders, regulations, instructions, reports etc.) (2)

26 Read supporting documentation, e.g. rules of engagement (ROE), lessons learnt (3)

31 Prepare documents in your professional field of activity (reports, orders, instructions, memoranda etc.) (2)

33 Exchange routine e-mails (2)

37 Translate military documents (3-4)

Company CommandersPlatoon Leaders
staff ncos
3 Listen to announcements for information, instructions and warnings (2)

5 Follow native speakers talking about general everyday matters (food, shopping, the doctor, the gym, etc.) (2)

13 Issue / explain / transmit orders / instructions / messages by phone / radio link (2)

20 Deal with unit (subunit, compartment. specific problems - logistics, personnel, financial, communications, PR, CIMIC, legal, medical and religious support, etc.) (3-4)

26 Read supporting documentation, e.g. rules of engagement (ROE), lessons learnt (3)

29 Identify specific information in written texts linked to your filed of professional activity (2)

35 Develop arguments in support of decisions made or points of view contained in documents linked to your professional field of activity (3)

37 Translate military documents (3-4)

Staff NCOs
other categories ncos
3 Listen to announcements for information, instructions and warnings (2)

11 Give reports on incidents (e.g. car accident, demonstration, injury etc.) (2)

17 Askfor / provide information necessary to carry out your duties (2)

26 Read supporting documentation, e.g. rules of engagement (ROE), lessons learnt (3)

33 Exchange routine e-mails (2)

35 Develop arguments in support of decisions made or points of view contained in documents linked to your professional field of activity (3)

36 Develop arguments in support of points of view regarding issues of a general nature (3)

Other categories (NCOs)
enlisted comm
3 Listen to announcements for information, instructions and warnings (2)

5 Follow native speakers talking about general everyday matters (food, shopping, the doctor, the gym, etc.) (2)

13 Issue / explain / transmit orders / instructions / messages by phone / radio link (2)

21 Use standard radio procedures (2)

28 Read documents on a range of topics (books, newspapers, reviews, internet articles, description of places and people, CVs / biographies etc.) (3)

33 Exchange routine e-mails (2)

Enlisted (Comm.)
other categories enlisted
3 Listen to announcements for information, instructions and warnings (2)

17 Askfor / provide information necessary to carry out your duties (2)

25 Read technical documentation (operating instructions for use of military equipment etc.) (2-3)

26 Read supporting documentation, e.g. rules of engagement (ROE), lessons learnt (3)

33 Exchange routine e-mails (2)

Other Categories (Enlisted)
less used tasks officers
8 Make comments / ask questions during briefings on specialized military matters (3)

9 Present decision briefings to a large audience (with / without PowerPoint or other support materials) (3-4)

10 Develop arguments in support of decisions made or points of view of general or military nature (3-4)

12 Issue / explain orders associated with your field of professional activity using visuals / maps in face-to-face briefings (2)

15 Request / deliver information (weather conditions, airstrip conditions etc.) by radio link / face-to-face (2)

23Take part in activities with journalists and radio/TV reporters (press conferences, etc.) (4)

32 Write everyday personal correspondence (description of places and people, activities etc.) (2)

35 Develop arguments in support of decisions made or points of view contained in documents linked to your professional field of activity (3)

36 Develop arguments in support of points of view regarding issues of a general nature (3)

Less used tasks (Officers)
less used tasks ncos
1 Follow short informational presentations (situation reports, briefings, etc.) (2-3)

2 Follow short technical briefings and operating instructions (3)

8 Make comments / ask questions during briefings on specialized military matters (3)

9 Present decision briefings to a large audience (with / without PowerPoint or other support materials) (3-4)

10 Develop arguments in support of decisions made or points of view of general or military nature (3-4)

14 Take part in conversation on various topics during official events (receptions, protocol visits etc.) (3-4)

17 Askfor / provide information necessary to carry out your duties (2)

Less used tasks (NCOs)
less used tasks ncos continued
18 Askfor / provide information about general everyday matters (TV / radio programmes, at the doctor’s, shopping, hotel, in the street, first aid, repairs etc.) (1-2)

19 Take part in unplanned military discussions, (e.g.. local problems, tactical cooperation etc.) (3-4)

23Take part in activities with journalists and radio/TV reporters (press conferences, etc.) (4)

27 Read and prepare summaries from reports (2-3)

31 Prepare documents in your professional field of activity (reports, orders, instructions, memoranda etc.) (2)

32 Write everyday personal correspondence (description of places and people, activities etc.) (2)

34 Prepare presentations for self or superior (Power Point, presentation/briefing notes etc.) 3

37 Translate military documents 3-4

Less used tasks (NCOs) (continued)
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