Officer Candidate School - Phase 0
One weekend drill will be held each month in March, April and May, conducted at Gowen Field. Administrative in-processing is conducted to ensure all applicants meet the minimum enrollment criteria. Drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and land navigation training are conducted to prepare the applicants for Phase I. Applicants must pass an Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) during this phase prior to being accepted into the program.
Officer Candidate School - Phase II
IDT Weekends will take place for 12 months from July to June. Candidates are assigned to the 204th RTI. Candidates will perfect the skills previously learned and concentrate on military subjects such as ethics, military justice, logistics, personnel administration, NBC, tactics and patrolling.
Warrant Officer Candidate School trains personnel in leadership, ethics, professional development, communicative arts, personnel management, military history, employment, tactics, support, structure of the Army and common military training.
Small Group Instructor Course
The small group instructor course applies specified small group methods while developing team building skills, facilitating group process; developing decision making/problem solving skills; modeling army leader values and applying communication skills.
Army Basic Instructor Course
This course is mandatory to be come an Army Instructor.
EMT Basic Recertification
The emergency medical technician recert course available for annual recertification.
Combat Lifesaver Course (Initial)
The initial course takes 4 days. The course will be held at Gowen Field, and will run from 0800 - 1600. Students who successfully complete the entire CLS Course will receive 40 credit hours from the Army Institute for Professional Development. Recertification is still performed annually. The recertification course can be completed in one to two days.