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Department of the ArmyHeadquarters, United States ArmyTraining and Doctrine CommandFort Eustis, Virginia 23604-5700*TRADOC Regulation 350-7010 July 2017TrainingARMY LEARNING POLICY AND SYSTEMSFOR THE COMMANDER:OFFICIAL:SEAN B. MacFARLANDLieutenant General, U.S. ArmyDeputy Commanding General/Chief of StaffRICHARD A. DAVISSenior ExecutiveDeputy Chief of Staff, G-6History. This publication is a major revision. It links the development of Army learningproducts to the operational environment (OE); the operational, institutional, and selfdevelopment (OISD) domains; the analysis, design, development, implementation, andevaluation (ADDIE) process used to develop learning products; the system (TrainingDevelopment Capability (TDC)) that supports it; the Learning Enterprise of the Army; ArmyLearning Model (ALM) strategic guidance for training and education; and, the resourcingrequirements that support the development of those products. This publication further delineatesArmy Learning Policy and Systems regulatory guidance.Summary. This regulation consolidates policy for Army-wide production, implementation, andevaluation of Army learning products across the OISD domains. It also describes the interfacesbetween systems on which the Army depends, such as personnel, resourcing, facilities,technology infrastructure, and acquisitions.Applicability. This United States (U.S.) Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)Regulation (TR) applies to all Army Training and Educational Proponent organizations, such asArmy Centers of Excellence (CoE), Army schools, Army institutes, and Army colleges(TRADOC and non-TRADOC) that produce, implement, and/or evaluate learning. Thisregulation uses the phrase “centers and schools” to denote the applicable organizations.*This regulation supersedes TRADOC Regulation 350-70, dated 6 Dec 2011.

TRADOC Regulation 350-70Proponent and exception authority. Army Regulation (AR) 350-1 assigns the CommandingGeneral, TRADOC, the responsibility for Army learning (training, education, and selfdevelopment programs) policy and system requirements contained herein. Headquarters (HQ)U.S. Army Combined Arms Center (CAC), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas is the proponent of TR350-70. CAC is the authority to approve exceptions or waivers to this regulation consistent withcontrolling law and regulations, unless otherwise designated. Exceptions to policy are grantedon an individual basis. The commander or senior leader of the requesting activity must endorseall waiver requests before forwarding them through higher headquarters to the policy proponent.Requests must include requestor contact information; type of request (initial, extension,modification, appeal, or cancellation); specific regulation line items requested for waiver; unit,institution, center, or school affected; proposed alternative; justification; impact; expectedbenefits; anticipated effective dates; and duration requested. The proponent continually seeksinnovation and process improvement. The proponent must consider significant processimprovements and global exceptions for addendum to policy prior to the next revision.Army Management and Control Process. This regulation follows applicable requirements ofAR 11-2, Managers' Internal Control Program.Supplementation. Supplementation is authorized providing it does not diminish or change theintent of the regulatory policy and guidance. HQ, U.S. Army CAC, Fort Leavenworth, KS mustapprove supplementation that may diminish or change the intent of the policy or guidance.Suggested Improvements. Submit changes for improving this publication on Department of theArmy (DA) Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) throughchannels directly to the Commander, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Attention (ATTN):Army University (ArmyU), Vice Provost for Learning Systems (VPLS), Policy and GovernanceDivision (PDG) (ATZL-AUL), Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-2300. Additionally, changes maybe submitted via the Training and Education Development - Toolbox (TED-T).Distribution. The publication is approved for public distribution and is available on theTRADOC homepage at http://www.tradoc.army.mil/tpubs/.Summary of ChangeTR 350-70Army Learning Policy and SystemsThis major revision, dated 10 July 2017o Adds the roles and responsibilities for Army University (para 2-6.b).o Defines the Learning Enterprise (para 3-6).2

TRADOC Regulation 350-70o Establishes Training Development Capability as the automated system to use to produce Armylearning products (para 3-9).o Adds the purpose and capabilities of the institutional training mission management tool (para3-9.a.(7)).o Refines task title rules to apply to the entire task title, vice the action verb (para 3-13.c.).o Establishes the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation process as theframework for Army learning product development (para 4-1). Also, introduces surveymanagement considerations (para 4-2).o Adds a management chapter that describes the requirements for governing, developing, andresourcing learning products within the Learning Enterprise (chap 6).o Describes governance of learning products (para 6-2).o Synchronizes functional area proponency for Army Training and Education Proponents,rescinds United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Pamphlet 350-70-16, and directsthe Army learning community to use Training and Education Development - Toolbox forelectronic access to current proponency alignment (para 6-4).o Describes course management responsibilities (para 6-6).o Explains Training Requirements Analysis System documents (para 6-13).o Explains product development workload (para 6-18).o Describes Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System process of systemsintegration to support the Learning Enterprise (para 7-7).o Revises faculty and staff title and content to align with Army University (chap 8).o Includes a consolidated glossary of Learning Enterprise terms derived from the United StatesArmy Training and Doctrine Command Regulation 350-70 series and directs the Army learningcommunity to use Training and Education Development - Toolbox for electronic access to theglossary.3

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TRADOC Regulation 350-70ContentsPageChapter 1 Introduction . 111-1. Purpose . 111-2. Scope . 111-3. References . 111-4. Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms . 111-5. Relationship to Pamphlets . 11Chapter 2 Missions, Functions, and Responsibilities . 122-1. Purpose . 12Section I Headquarters (HQ) United States (U.S.) Army Training and Doctrine Command(TRADOC) Coordinating Staff . 122-2. Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS), G-2 . 122-3. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7 . 122-4. HQ TRADOC, Quality Assurance Office . 132-5. HQ TRADOC, Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) . 13Section II Key Leaders . 142-6. Deputy Commanding General (DCG) for Combined Arms, TRADOC/CommandingGeneral (CG), Combined Arms Center . 142-7. Centers of Excellence (CoE) Directors and CGs. 162-8. DCG, Futures/Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) . 162-9. DCG, Initial Military Training (IMT)/CG, Center of IMT . 172-10. DCG, Army National Guard . 172-11. DCG, U.S. Army Reserve . 17Section III Other Key Learning Agencies . 172-12. Commanders/Commandants of the Army Training Centers/Schools and Colleges . 172-13. Training Support Centers: U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), TRADOC,and U.S. Army Materiel Command . 182-14. HQ, U.S. Army, Europe . 182-15. HQ, U.S. Army, Pacific . 182-16. Commanders, Regional Training Institutes (RTIs) and The Army School System(TASS) Training Regiments and/or Brigades . 182-17. Commanders, TASS Training Battalions (BN) . 192-18. Commanders and/or Commandants of Training and Education Proponents, ArmyMedical Department Center and School (AMEDDC&S), Defense Language InstituteForeign Language Center and U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center andSchool/Special Operations Center of Excellence . 195

TRADOC Regulation 350-702-19. Safety, Security, and Environmental Managers . 202-20. Foreign Disclosure Officers. 202-21. Executive Agents (EAs) in Cooperation with Army Commands and Proponents . 21Chapter 3 Army Learning Product Requirements . 213-1. Army Learning Overview . 21Section I Army Learning Strategic Framework . 213-2. Army Learning . 213-3. Domains of Army Learning . 233-4. Proponent Learning (Training and Education) Strategy. 233-5. The Army Learning Model . 243-6. Army Learning Triggering Circumstances . 253-7. Learning Enterprise of the Army . 263-8. Instructional System Design of the Learning Enterprise . 263-9. Standards and Standardization. 273-10. Learning Enterprise Automated Systems, Tools, and Repositories . 283-11. Inter-service Training Review Organization . 30Section II Sound Instructional Design . 313-12. Learning Strategy Applied to the Individual Learner . 313-13. Synchronization Meeting . 313-14. Critical Learning Requirements. 323-15. Individual Learning Plan (ILP). 343-16. Career Map . 353-17. Course . 363-18. Lesson Plans . 373-19. Learning Content . 393-20. Learning Objective Structure. 413-21. Instruction . 433-22. Learning Program Improvement . 44Chapter 4 Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation (ADDIE) . 444-1. The ADDIE Process . 44Section I Key Aspects of Learning Product Development . 454-2. Management Components . 45Section II ADDIE Phases for Learning Product Development . 474-3. Analysis . 476

TRADOC Regulation 350-704-4. Design . 484-5. Development . 504-6. Implementation . 514-7. Evaluation . 52Chapter 5 Learning Product Requirements for Operational, Institutional and SelfDevelopment (OISD) Domains. 545-1. Purpose of the Army OISD domains . 54Section I Universal OISD Domain Requirements . 545-2. Learning Strategy overlaying the OISD Domains . 545-3. Learning Documentation Requirements across the OISD Domains . 555-4. Mandatory Training Requirements across the OISD Domains . 565-5. Distributed Learning in support of OISD Domains. 56Section II Operational Domain Requirements related to Learning Products . 575-6. Operational Domain Requirements . 575-7. Collective Tasks . 585-8. Drills . 595-9. Warfighter TSP (WTSP) . 605-10. Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS) . 605-11. Operational Learning Products Implementation and Evaluation Requirements . 61Section III Institutional Domain Requirements related to Learning Products . 615-12. Institutional Domain Requirements . 615-13. Institutional Learning Products Implementation and Evaluation Requirements . 625-14 Soldier Training Publication (STP) . 635-15. Course Length. 635-16. The Army Training System (TATS) Course Design Considerations . 65Section IV Self-Development Domain Requirements related to Learning Products . 655-17. Self-Development Domain Requirements . 65Chapter 6 Managing Army Learning Products . 666-1. Overview . 66Section I Governing Learning Products . 676-2. Governance of Learning Products . 676-3. Management in the Learning Enterprise . 67Section II Management Responsibilities and Roles . 696-4. Manager Responsibilities Overview . 696-5. Functional Areas and Proponency . 707

TRADOC Regulation 350-706-6. Course Management . 716-7. Management of Common Core Curriculum . 726-8. Accreditation . 736-9. Distributed Learning Product Management . 746-10. Management of Non-Training Requirements Analysis System (TRAS) LearningProducts. 74Section III Resourcing Learning Products . 756-11. Budgeting and Resourcing Overview . 756-12. TRAS . 776-13. TRAS Documents . 796-14. Management of Content in Army Training Requirements and Resources System(ATRRS) . 846-15. Course Resource Validation . 856-16. Learning Products Supporting Materiel Acquisition . 866-17

*This regulation supersedes TRADOC Regulation 350-70, dated 6 Dec 2011. TRADOC Regulation 350-70 2 Proponent and exception authority. Army Regulation (AR) 350-1 assigns the Commanding General, TRADOC, the responsibility for Army learning (training, education, and self-