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Army Values Training is required in accordance with AR 350-1, Section G, Table G1. This training is intended to provide both sustainment of the Army's core values and an opportunity to further the development of Soldiers and Leaders of character.
This video based Case Study Exercise is geared for the Basic Combat Training Soldier. In these videos Soldiers talk about how the Seven Army Values have affected each of them and how these values define them as a Soldier. With the help of a facilitator, these Case Study Exercises allow the Soldier to reflect on the values of the Profession of Arms; show that everyone has a set of values, that your values can change over time, and that your values determine your behavior.
In this module (CCFSPCC) developed for the Army Company Commander First Sergeant Course, students will understand their responsibility to be stewards of the Army Profession in their organization and imbue the essential characteristics, attributes, and competencies of the Army Profession within their unit.
This course is one module of nineteen. You can find the full course here: https://atn.army.mil/dsp_template.aspx?dpID=270
The desired outcome of this lesson is for students to be actively engaged in discussing, demonstrating, and reflecting on concepts of the Army Profession and to continue to apply these concepts in their personal reasoning and leadership.
The goal of this guidance is to further students’ education on ethics and promote their personal and professional development. The content of this educational guidance contains eleven topic modules. Two of the modules, The Army Profession as Our Unifying Purpose and Context and Investing in Character Development, are foundational and should be considered as prerequisites for later modules. Your Stewardship: Preserving the Army Profession should be the final module as its objective is to launch the student from the course with a plan to implement at the student’s next duty station.
The other eight modules are each focused on exploration topics of particular interest to Senior Leaders. TRADOC has mandated 2 specific topics within this area, “Honoring the Public Trust,” and “Ethical Compartmentalization: Does Your Private Life Matter?”