When appropriate, RC commanders may want to include participants from
the readiness group and AC partnership unit. When geographical dispersion
precludes the company attending battalion training meetings, essential
training information must be exchanged. Units should consider mail or other
means to exchange critical information.
At company level, participants include the following:
Platoon leaders and platoon sergeants.
NBC NCO or specialist.
Motor sergeant (as applicable).
Slice team leaders (medical, FIST, engineer,
o Other key leaders designated by the commander.
Training meetings at each echelon review past training. Further, they
refine and plan training for the next six weeks.
At battalion level, the following agenda may be used:
o Review of QTC or YTC.
o Past training (briefed by company commanders), to include--
oo Assess training conducted since the last meeting.
oo Review reasons for training planned, but not conducted.
oo Update the current status of training proficiency.
o Near-term training, to include--
oo Discuss new guidance received from higher commanders.
oo Lock in training scheduled for next four to six weeks (next
three months for RC).
oo Review and complete pre-execution checks (document training
distracters from higher headquarters).
oo Issue commander's guidance for training scheduled six to
eight weeks out (four months out for RC).
oo Review preparations for multiechelon training.