Army Managerial Training Program

December 05, 2011 |

The Army has a Training with Industry (TWI) Program that is a work-experience program which provides extensive exposure to managerial techniques and industrial procedures within corporate America to competitively selected officers and noncommissioned officers. April 1, 2012 is the deadline to submit requests to compete to the U.S. Army Human Resources Command (HRC). For more information, refer to chapter 6 of Army Regulation 621-1, Training of Military Personnel at Civilian Institutions, contact Joel Strout at joel.strout@us.army.mil or visit the Advanced Education Programs Branch web page on the HRC website at www.hrc.army.mil/EdOps.

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Comments

  1. joseph mccrory says:

    I like to say this I was an instructor at ft. Lee for apogee. They pick 9 instructors to go to the recovery vehicle. I was realy a 91b insturtor. I fail the test for the recovery . The apoge did not say weather we had to choose if we wanted to stay as a 91b or go to recoery. I ask the apogee I had chose they said no. Apogeewent by what mr .porlatines

  2. SFC(Ret) De La Cruz says:

    My friend, check your spelling before you publish anything. It is 'Instructor", not 'insturtor'; it is "whether" and not 'weather' and it is "recovery" and not 'recoery' as you wrote the words down. I hope grammar was not part of your recovery test for you would have failed that one too.

    • SteveZ MAJ (Ret) says:

      SFC De La Cruz, you are on the money! Script diction and verbiage is the initial and direct indicator of your worth and/or value to communicate effectively, a universal working attribute that is highly sought after in any professional organization. MAJZ