Distributed Leaders Course

ATTENTION!!

IAW HQDA DCS G-3-5-7 Message DTD 02OCT19, SSD III will be discontinued on 31 March 2020. Soldiers currently enrolled in SSD III that fail to complete the course by 31 March 2020 will be disenrolled. If eligible, Soldiers will be enrolled into DLC III by their component quota source manager.

*** Soldiers who have completed SSD III should verify that ATRRS reflects completion. If ATRRS does NOT indicate completion, initiate a help desk ticket in ALMS to have the ATRRS record updated. ***

Claudia Nieto
Course Manager

Scope

The intent of DLC is to bridge the operational and institutional domains and set conditions for continuous growth. DLC will ensure learning is continuous and enduring, not sporadic and transitory. DLC is required learning that continues throughout a career and that is closely linked to and synchronized with classroom and experiential learning. DLC sets the conditions for continuous growth both as a warrior and a warrior leader. DLC builds knowledge and skills through a defined sequence of learning approaches with the adjuncts of formal education and experiential learning.

Distributed Leader Course 4 is now open for enrollment in ATRRS. Read the Halberd that tells you everything you need to know.

The Halberd-DLC4-5

Distributed Leaders Course Levels

DLC Level I

DLC 1 prepares the Corporal/Specialist to improve basic communication skills to message ideas and thoughts clearly; recognize the need for strong character and values; demonstrate tactical and technical competence in leading teams; and take initiative to become a lifelong learner by exploring interests and executing measures to pursue civilian education. DLC I is a prerequisite for the Basic Leader Course (BLC).

DLC Level II

DLC II prepares the Sergeant to react to cultural dynamics in the Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) environment; develop self and subordinates to use sound and ethical judgement; be an agile and a multi-skilled leader in the operating environment when information is ambiguous and uncertain; and be accountable with moral and ethical character when managing programs; and take initiative to become a lifelong learner by exploring interests and executing measures to pursue civilian education. DLC II is a prerequisite for the Advanced Leader Course (ALC).

DLC Level III

DLC III prepares the Staff Sergeant by providing an opportunity to improve as a leader, a professional, and as an individual in the human dimension. The course develops the leadership skills needed to lead a platoon size element and to make quick, accurate decisions that are in the best interest of the mission and Soldiers. DLC III is a prerequisite for the Senior Leader Course (SLC).

DLC Level IV

DLC IV prepares the Sergeant First Class to lead at the unit and organizational level by developing the Leader Core Competencies (LCC) and attributes associated with the Leader Requirements Model. Learners will develop the skills necessary to ensure the unit is ready, trained, proficient, disciplined, and motivated. In addition, the course will prepare the learner for unit-level administrative and staff roles to ensure successful operations. DLC IV is a prerequisite for the Master Leader Course.

DLC Level V

DLC V prepares the Master Sergeant to lead at the unit, organizational, and operational level; it is designed to close the gap between strategic and tactical planning. Learners analyze and apply knowledge which will assist them in carrying out policies and standards on the performance, training, appearance, and conduct of enlisted personnel. The course further develops the Leader Core Competencies (LCC) and attributes associated with the Leader Requirements Model resulting in senior leaders who are ready to advise and initiate recommendations pertaining to the local NCO support channel. DLC V is a prerequisite for the Sergeants Major Course (SMC).

DLC Level VI

DLC VI educates senior 6C/6S and 7C/7S to perform senior-level duties at the nominative level positions throughout today’s operational environment (OE). This course provides the Army with self-aware, adaptive leaders of character and competence with the skills to shape and overcome the friction created by uncertainty and operate in an operational environment. DLC VI is a prerequisite for the Nominative Leader Course (NLC).

DLC Enrollment

Contact the appropriate HRC SSD/DLC enrollment representative below for issues with DLC reservations:

ACusarmy.knox.hrc.mbx.epmd-ncoes-ssd@mail.mil

AGR, IRR and IMAusarmy.knox.hrc.mbx.epmd-ncoes-reserve-schools@mail.mil

USARusarmy.usarc.usarc-hq.mbx.usar-ebdl@mail.mil

ARNG – Through your chain of command contact the appropriate State Quota Managers.

DLC Sergeant Major

SGM Steven A. McWilliams Jr.   PH: 915-744-1105
steven.a.mcwilliams.mil@mail.mil

NCOLCOE Assistant Registrar

Trevor Adams
PH: (915) 744-8207
Fax: (915) 744-3203
DSN 621
Email: trevor.c.adams.civ@mail.mil

DL Help Desk

Hector Perez   PH: (915)744-2977
hector.perez122.ctr@mail.mil

DLC Course Manager

Claudia Nieto PH: 915-744-8392
Claudia.nieto2.civ@mail.mil

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Home of NCO Education