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  1. PERU July 2009

  2. International TrainingManagement

  3. Learning Objectives • 1. Explain why the U.S. conducts international training programs. • 2. List implementing laws and regulations. • 3. Identify the principal organizations involved in training programs’ policy, management and implementation. • 4. Recognize the training programs that Embassy security assistance personnel are responsible for managing. • 5. Outline the process used to identify, request, program, and execute U.S. training for international students, including constraints and limitations. • 6. Identify the types of training. • 7. Explain the financial considerations pertaining to training. • 8. Discuss the U.S. Field Studies Program (FSP).

  4. Why We Train International Students Obj 1

  5. “Total Package Approach” Training From the end of the runway at Tucson International Airport, an F-16 Fighting Falcon instructor pilot with the Arizona Air National Guard's 162nd Fighter Wing prepares to take off with his wingman, an international student pilot training with the Guard unit. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Dave Neve) HUMMWV Maintenance Training Obj 1

  6. S.A. Training Definition “Military Education and Training” Para n, Sec 644, Chap. 3, F.A.A. of 1961 as amended “Training” Para (5), Sec 47, Chap. 4, AECA as amended ...includes formal or informal instruction of foreign students in the United States or overseas by officers or employees of the United States, contract technicians, or contractors (including instruction at civilian institutions), or by correspondence courses, technical, educational, or information publications & media of all kinds, training aids, orientation, (training exercise) & military advice to foreign military units & forces,... Obj 2

  7. Policy and Procedures Security Assistance Management Manual (SAMM), Chapter 10 Joint Security Assistance Training (JSAT) Regulation Rewrite – Joint Security Cooperation Education and Training (JSCET) Regulation Obj 2

  8. Int’l Training Management Web Sitehttp://www.disam.dsca.mil/itm References Policy Memos Messages Training Programs Automation State Dept MILDEP/MILSVC COCOM DLIELC SCO IMSO IMS Functional Areas New Items Obj 2

  9. Overview • Background • Training Organizations • Training Program Components • Training Process • Types of Training • Financial Considerations • U.S. Field Studies Program • Training Automation

  10. Training Organizations Congress President Dept of State SecState Dept of Defense SecDef Ambassador COCOM DSCA SCO DISAM Host Nation Dept of Army DASA DE&C Dept of AF SAF/IA Dept of Navy Navy IPO SATFA AFSAT NETSAFA SCETC CG-DCO-I SATMO ITD IMSO/ Teams IMSO/ Teams IMSO/ Teams IMSO Teams IMSO Teams Obj 3 DLIELC

  11. Overview • Background • Training Organizations • Training Program Components • Training Process • Types of Training • Financial Considerations • U.S. Field Studies Program • Training Automation

  12. S.A. Training Personnel manage… • Security Assistance • International Military Education & Training“IMET” (code I or X) • FY09: 400K (354K programmed ) FY10: 749K • Foreign Military Sales “FMS” (code F) • SJC999 (C-130 simulator) (1987) • TBH001 (SH-3 Simulator) (1999) • TBN999 (Intl log/sup mgmt) (2006) • no current training cases • Foreign Military Financing Program “FMFP” • FY09: 750K FY10: 3,000K • no current training cases • Training Exchanges (code E) • FY07: 07E001 (Naval Command College) • FAA, Sec 506(a)(1) or (2) grant drawdowns • none Obj 4

  13. S.A. Training Personnel manage… • Security Cooperation • Combating Terrorism Fellowship Program “CTFP” (code B) • FY09: 516K FY10: 103K • International Narcotics Control & Law Enforcement “INCLE” (code S) • FY09: 37,000K (138K prg) FY10: 40,000K • Section 1004 Counter Drug (code D) • FY09: 1,835K prg FY10: 1,977K • Aviation Leadership Program “ALP” (code A) • FY07: 44K FY08: 23K Obj 4

  14. IMET Objectives • Regional stability through training which increases understanding and defense cooperation between the U.S. and host nation • Increased ability of host nation personnel to absorb and maintain basic democratic values and protect internationally recognized human rights Obj 4

  15. Expanded IMET • Not separate program - part of IMET • Courses with following objectives - • Defense resource management • Civilian control of military • Internationally recognized human rights • Improved military justice systems • Courses approved by DSCA Obj 4

  16. IMET Policy Considerations(Requires waiver) Training… ...teams (deployment of US personnel) …providing a postgraduate degree except at Navy PGS and Air Force AFIT …of duration less than 5 weeks …of cost greater than $50K …provided by contractors …of civilians (other that E-IMET) Orientation tours Obj 4

  17. IMET Policy Considerations(Cannot be waived) Training… …not related to IMET program objectives …of non-career military personnel …of skills available in-country (not PME) …already provided in sufficient quantity …where skills will not be properly utilized …at US civilian schools Repetitive training in the same course Initial training in support of FMS materiel Obj 4

  18. IMET Policy Considerations(Cannot be waived) Sniper Training English language training not in support of specific training Foreign language training Training aids other than English language materials Correspondence/distance learning courses Doctoral/PHD courses National Intelligence Program training Obj 4

  19. Combating TerrorismFellowship Program (CTFP) Approx. $35M per fiscal year Specific Combating Terrorism training courses, PME, other, etc. Program Manager is Assistant Secretary of Defense for Global Security Affairs (ASD/GSA) Course AND student have to be approved by ASD/GSA Obj 4

  20. Identifying Training Cases • Line on Defined Order Case • Blanket Order Case • Naming conventions for other programs look like case designators • 07I - fiscal year 2007 IMET • 08B - fiscal year 2008 CTFP • 09D - 1004 counter drug Obj 4

  21. Overview • Background • Training Organizations • Training Program Components • Training Process • Types of Training • Financial Considerations • U.S. Field Studies Program • Training Automation

  22. Identify Training Needs WHEN Non-U.S. Sources WHAT KIND WHERE COST HOW MANY Training Needs = Direct Commercial Sources Chef D,Entrainment Militaire FMS, IMET, Other Obj 5

  23. Country Training Requirement “WE NEED TO TRAIN A.....” Training Officer SCO Bandaria Chief D,Entrainment Militaire Obj 5

  24. Refine Training Requirement Internet & TMS Training Office SCO BANDARIA Obj 5

  25. SCO Training Request E-mail Request To: Army CPM From: SCO Subject: Request for Training Request the following training be added to Bandaria’s training program: BN-D-YCY-989 B121260 (Infantry BOLC), 3rd qtr, FY09 B121260 (Infantry BOLC), 3rd qtr, FY09 B121260 (Infantry BOLC), 3rd qtr, FY09 B121255 (Finance BOLC), 4th qtr, FY09 B121255 (Finance BOLC), 4th qtr, FY09 Thank you, SCO IMET CTFP Etc. MILSVC S.A. Training Agency SCO MOD FMS BANDARIA Obj 5

  26. MILDEP Training “Program” SCO MOD BANDARIA STLs ARMY NAVY Air Force SATFA, AFSAT, NETSAFA, SCETC, CG-DCO-I MSG Authorize Training Implementation Obj 5

  27. Standardized Training List (STL) Obj 5

  28. Student Input SCO MOD BANDARIA MILSVC Training Agency Arrival Message Military Service School Student Input BANDARIA IMS “Report to: your IMSO” Captain John Doe Building No. 234 Telephone No. 432-254-4449 Obj 5

  29. Int’l Military Student Office Command Supt Sponsors US FSP Base Facilities International Military Students and Dependents SAMM JSAT Service Regs IMSO Handbook Arrival Message Bio Data Invitational Travel Order IMSO Obj 5

  30. Combatant Command’sSecurity Cooperation Education and Training Working Group (SCETWG) Mar-May each year 5-8 days PACOM - Mar CENTCOM - Apr EUCOM - Apr AFRICOM - May NORTHCOM/SOUTHCOM - May Who? Country A SCO Training Officers When? Country B PACOM - Asia CENTCOM - Tampa Bay, FL EUCOM - Garmisch, GE AFRICOM - Garmisch, GE NORTHCOM/SOUTHCOM - Miami, FL Country C Where? MILSVC Training Agencies + State Defense DSCA Schools DISAM Component Commands - Review and coordinate CETPP - Briefings on training policy issues, programs, and planning issues - Finalize budget year training program - Review out year training program - Provide specialized instruction for SCOs, as needed What And Why? Obj 5

  31. Overview • Background • Training Organizations • Training Program Components • Training Process • Types of Training • Financial Considerations • U.S. Field Studies Program • Training Automation

  32. Types of Training • English Language • Resident (DLIELC) • Non-resident (in-country) • Specialized English training • Formal Training • Professional military education • Technical training • Flying training • Specialized Training • On-the-job training • Observer training • Orientation training groups • Exported Training Obj 6

  33. English Language Training http://www.dlielc.org • Necessity/criticality • English Comprehension Level (ECL) test • Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) • DLIELC provides • General English training (GET) • Specialized English Training (SET) • ECL/SET/OPI prerequisite identified in training MASL • 70 SA, 70 SR, 2/2 • In-country vs DLIELC training Obj 6

  34. English Language Training • May want to review ECLs for your courses • Country is (not) exempted from ECL testing, IMS candidates must be tested in country by SCO and again once they arrive at the first training location Obj 6

  35. Training Locations • Continental U.S. • In-country • Short term • Mobile Training Team (MTT) • Mobile Education Team (MET) • Long Term - Field Training Services (FTS) • DoD Extended Training Services Specialist (ETSS) • Contract Field Services (CFS) personnel • Combatant Command region/third country Obj 6

  36. Overview • Background • Training Organizations • Training Program Components • Training Process • Types of Training • Financial Considerations • U.S. Field Studies Program • Training Automation

  37. Security Assistance Training(DoD 7000.14-R, Vol. 15) Pricing Procedure • Tuition prices computed annually • Training MASL published by MILDEP • In effect for full year (w/adjustments) • Multi-tier pricing structure Obj 7

  38. Training Price Structure FMS - Incremental IMET/Grant Obj 7

  39. Total Cost of Training - FMS • Included in the LOA • Tuition price • Administrative surcharge • Medical services* • Costs to country • Transportation • Pay and allowances • Other * FMS case, country, or IMS may be billed Obj 7

  40. Total Cost of Training - IMET • IMET pays • Tuition price • Travel • Living allowance • Medical services • Under cost sharing, country may pay • Travel (overseas/CONUS) • Living allowance Obj 7

  41. Cancellation Charge • 50% of tuition cost • If received <60 days prior to start date • 100% of tuition cost • Contract training • 5th quarter training - received after 30 Sept • Dedicated International training • Attrition - proportional, no less than 50% Obj 7

  42. Overview • Background • Training Organizations • Training Program Components • Training Process • Types of Training • Financial Considerations • U.S. Field Studies Program • Training Automation

  43. U.S. Field Studies Program(DoDD 5410.17)/FSP • Opportunity to obtain balanced understanding of U.S. • Society • Institutions • Ideals • U.S. commitment to basic principles of internationally recognized human rights • Perspective on American life to complement and enhance military aspects of training • Develop personal friendships in military and civilian community Obj 8

  44. Goal of the FSP “To ensure that international students return to their homelands with an understanding of the responsibilities of governments, militaries, and citizens to protect, preserve, and respect the rights of every individual.” Obj 8

  45. FSP Facet Areas • Human Rights • Law of War • International Peace & Security • U.S. Government Institutions • Political Processes • Judicial System • Free Market System • Media • Education • Health and Human Services • Diversity and American Life Obj 8

  46. Overview • Background • Training Organizations • Training Program Components • Training Process • Types of Training • Financial Considerations • U.S. Field Studies Program • Training Automation

  47. Country Internet SCO-Tweb Internet ISANweb IMSOweb IMSO Internet SCO Automation SATFA, NETSAFA, SCETC, CG-DCO-I AFSAT Black Box DSAMS TM ITO Repository * STL/T-MASL Data, IMS Info ISAN SAN * STL Updates: Army, Maritime – daily Air Force – 3 times per week TMS

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