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  1. Joint Individual & Staff Training (JIST) Program Update Mr. Tony Carpenter Dr. Ruth Cresson Mr. Rich Modell Joint Training Facilitator Specialists 29 March 2010 This briefing is UNCLASSIFIED

  2. Purpose & Agenda • Purpose: To provide an update on the HQ USEUCOM Joint Individual & Staff Training (JIST) Program • Agenda: • JIST Mission • Training Concept • Program Management

  3. JIST Mission • To provide HQ USEUCOM staff a baseline of joint knowledge and staff training upon arrival • To assimilate staff, making them efficient and productive team members as quickly as possible • To enhance and sustain joint individual and staff training readiness “One of the primary reasons this study was initiated was that the Combatant Commands are concerned that staff officers are arriving for duty without the skill sets and some of the more focused joint training and education needed to perform basic staffing tasks.” JSO Study Combined Report, Feb (08)

  4. JIST Training Concept SUSTAINMENT LEVEL IV: Collective Training LEVEL III: Staff Training JTFS JTSS JIATS JILLS LEVEL II: Individual Development Level I: Orientation COMMAND REQUIREMENTS

  5. Level I: Orientation Newcomer’s Orientation Course • Foreign Disclosure & Classification • JIST Overview • JKO LMS • Newcomers’ Orientation Course • Command Overview • Joint Overview and Planning • NATO • Knowledge Management • Portal Training/Collaboration • Accounts(e.g., DCO, OC) • Staff Action Training Course • Staff Tools (Task Management Tool) • Staff Processes • Defense Travel Service • DOD-required Courses • Additional courses under evaluation • Program • Management • Online Course & Program Surveys • Tracked by JIST Management Team • Coordinated • with 30-day • In-Processing Program • Initial use of Training Objectives • in JTIMS • JSO Study & • USEUCOM Findings • Improve: • Orientation Program • Joint Education • Staff Training

  6. Level II: Individual Development Objective: To enhance and sustain individual joint and functional competencies Step 1 Step 2 Step 3

  7. Level III: Staff Training Objective: To improve staff readiness

  8. Level IV: Collective Training Objective: To link training events to support collective training requirements Step 1 Continue HQ USEUCOM Academics supporting Training Objectives/JMETs --Online lessons --In-Person briefings --Workshops/syndicate sessions Continue incorporating Lessons Learned into Level IV events Step 2 Continue to assess and incorporate into Level IV --Mobile Training Teams --Locally developed courses and (functional area) tabletop exercises --New technology • Step 3 Assess and incorporate sustainment activities into Level IV • Step 4 Reassess Level IV in terms of Levels II and III (when available)

  9. Program Management EUCOM Command Instruction 1200.01 Newcomers’ Orientation Program EUCOM Command Instruction 3501.01 JIST Program

  10. JIST Requirements JIST Management Structure Manage Courses

  11. WE ARE HERE JIST Working Group Cycle ------------------2009--------------- ----------2010------------------------------------------------------------------------ OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG OCT NOV DEC SEP SEP JIST WG III JIST WG III JIST WG II JIST WG II JIST WG I JIST WG I • JIST Working Groups: • Tier I: JTRE, Directorates, and HQ Commandant (Bi-Monthly or as required) • Tier II: JTRE, Directorates, and HQ Commandant (Quarterly) • Tier III: COS, Directors, JTRE, and HQ Commandant (Semi-Annually)

  12. JIST & the JTFSs

  13. Measuring SuccessPhase I: Newcomers’ Orientation Program • On Target • Course Rating: 5=High 1=Low • 1.Rate course content • 2.Rate course length • 3.Rate applicability to your work 5 (55%) • On Target 4 (36%) 3 (7%) 2 (2%) 4-5 91% 1 (0%) 5 (62%) 4 (30%) “The Orientation Course strictly focused on getting new arrivals and their families settled in-housing, and learning about base processes and about Stuttgart-so had no relevance to specific job requirements.” JSO Study Combined Report (Feb 08) 3 (7%) 2 (1%) 4-5 92% 1 (0%) 5 (69%) 4 (23%) 3 (7%) 4-5 92% 2 (0%) 1 (1%)

  14. Measuring SuccessPhase I: Staff Action Training Course (Immediate Survey-162) • Survey Rating: 5=High 1=Low • 1.Rate course content • 2.Rate course length • 3.Rate applicability to your work • On Target 5 (55%) 4 (36%) 4.What did you like most? -Hands on training -Instructor knowledge -Good slide presentation 5. What areas do you think could be improved? -Longer course to accommodate more training -Lulls during individualized personal training 3 (7%) 2 (2%) 4-5 91% 1 (0%) 5 (62%) 4 (30%) 3 (7%) 2 (1%) 4-5 92% 1 (0%) 5 (69%) 4 (23%) 3 (7%) 4-5 92% 2 (0%) 1 (1%) “…the course was overwhelming as it has little relevance to their prior career experience and was Too much, too soon in the new job…it placed too much emphasis on what will happen if something Does not get completed rather than on showing how to get tasks accomplished.” JSO Study Combined Report (Feb 08)

  15. What’s Next? • Sustain Level I • Continue to develop Levels II, III and IV

  16. Questions?