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Paltech Awarded 3 Task Orders to Develop Distance Learning for the US Army

09/30/10

Paltech is currently a Prime contractor on the Distributed Learning Education and Training Products (DLETP) contract for the US Army’s Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Under this contract, we are designing, developing, and implementing distance learning (dL) products for use by Soldiers throughout the world. Recently, we were awarded the following three task orders described below:

Army Medical Department Center and School (AMEDD) -- Family Advocacy Staff Training
This dL course will be used by any DoD Active Duty, civil service employee or contractor with an interest in learning about the Army Family Advocacy program and Active duty and Reserve Component officers, enlisted personnel (E-5 and above), as well as DoD civilian and contract employees. Audience occupations will include social workers, psychologists, Family Advocacy Program Managers (FAPM), physicians, nurses, law enforcement personnel, Staff Judge Advocates, substance abuse treatment professionals, chaplains, victim advocates and others with official Family Advocacy Program related duties. Topics covered in this course will include: family violence and substance abuse, fatality review, restricted reporting, FAP resource management, FAP victim advocacy, dental aspects of family violence, army Central registry, FAP program roles and responsibilities, and new parents support program.

Army Training Support Center -- Basic Math Course
This dL course will help fulfill the training needs for three groups of soldiers. The first five (5) modules, covering basic mathematics, will supply Soldiers from any Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) with practical skills that will assist in performing a wide variety of job functions. Modules six (6) through nine (9), which cover Boolean algebra, will be directed toward Soldiers of MOS 33W/35T at skill level 30. Soldiers following the MOS 33W path already have the basic skills needed to maintain, test, and provide support for electrical and mechanical subsystems. These Modules will supplement their skills in diagnosing increasingly complex issues, performing critical tests and maintenance, and monitoring subordinate soldiers. Modules ten (10) and eleven (11), which cover metric prefixes and electricity mathematics, will provide Soldiers of all MOS in the Quartermaster Corps with important skills for carrying out their logistical support assignments.

Army Training Support Center -- Security Procedures Course
This dL course will be directed at soldiers of all ranks within Career Management Field (CMF) 31: Law Enforcement. It is also intended for civilians with duties and responsibilities for physical security, security inspection, and the enforcement or planning of security procedures. The four (4) Modules of the ATSC Security Procedures Course, covering physical security planning, installation security, area security, and materiel control, will enhance the skills of both soldiers and civilians whose duties and responsibilities include supporting the Army Military Police function of area security operations.