Training Support Branch Mission:  To provide installation level support for training military occupational skills qualification, professional development and mission-critical functional skills for service members and civilians assigned to Joint Base Lewis-McChord. TSB plans, coordinates, schedules and oversees the Installation and Service Schools programs and the Digital Training Facility programs which house video teleconferencing capabilities on JBLM. TSB also provides individual training support for a six state region of the Northwest per AR 5-9 to USAR, NGB and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

 

TSB offers a range of classroom capabilities: computers, internet access, proxima, lecterns, and whiteboards. We also have a total of three Digital Training Facilities that offer Video Teleconferencing Capabilities.

 

Training Support Branch Phone Directory
Branch Chief: 253-477-4096
Facility Manager: 253-967-8407
Course Managers
-7th ID: 253-966-0834
-593rd: 253-967-2515
-I  Corps: 253-477-2055

 

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 Installation Ammunition Office

IAMO provides ammunition management support for all I Corps and tenant units, NGB, Army Reserve, USMC and IMCOM units at JBLM and Yakima Training Center and for all units that draw training, operational and combat load ammunition from the JBLM/Yakima Ammunition Supply Point. This includes requirements determination, forecasting, managing authorizations and usages and providing technical expertise and training.

IAMO is the Installation point of contact for the Department of the Army's Automated Total Ammunition Management Information System. IAMO provides regular scheduled course dates during the Fiscal Year for TAMIS Ammunition Management and the Ammunition Handler Certification Classes IAW IMCOM REG 5-13.

  • IAMO Phone: 253-966-7768
  • IAMO Fax: 253-967-9832

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Individual & Institutional Training:

The TSB provides Installation level support for training military occupational skills qualification, professional development, and mission critical functional skills for service members and civilians at JBLM. We plan, coordinate, schedule and oversee the Installation and Service Schools programs and the Digital Training Facility programs which house video teleconferencing capabilities on JBLM. We also provide individual training support for a six state region of the Northwest per AR 5-9 to USAR, NGB and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

***SAAR process must be completed by all students using schoolhouse laptops. Laptop access is required for all classes. Failure to complete the SAAR process will result in an inability to access course material. Please complete the process through your unit S2 prior to attendance.***

+ HJB Form 888 - SCHOOLS APPLICATION

NOTE: Please mark HJB 888s as follows: Last Name, Course Name, Course Dates, "FOUO" and encrypt when sending via email

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CLASSROOM SCHEDULING:

NOTE: If you require specific software or programs for your classes you must contact the facility manager NLT 8 weeks prior in order to coordinate with NEC.

Classrooms are a hot commodity around JBLM. TSB offers a range of classroom capabilities: computers, internet access, proxima, lecterns, and whiteboards. We also have a total of 6 Digital Training Facilities (DTFs) that offer Video Teleconferencing (VTT) capabilities in 2 separate locations.

In order to ensure a successful reservation, please adhere to the following guidelines: Classrooms should be scheduled via email a minimum of 3 months in advance. Identify classroom size, type of classroom (computer or non- computer) and name of training.  Classrooms must be signed for prior to start date/time. MTT  Sponsors or representatives for the training must be available on the first day of training to assist their trainer from unit side of JBLM.  POC must sign classroom and facility user agreements; all students must sign a computer user agreement when applicable. Cancellations must be made via email NLT 1 week prior to start date.

You will receive a confirmation via email along with instructions pertaining to our classroom and facility user agreements. Details for classroom/facility usage requirements are listed in the following forms:

Bldg 3201 & 3203 Classroom User Agreement
Bldg 3201 & 3203 Facility User Agreement
Museum Training Annex User Agreement
TSB Computer User Agreement

Classroom POCs

BLDG 3201 & 3203: 253- 967-8407
Museum Training Annex BLDG 4320, Third Floor: 253-966-0834

Find Installations you can video tele-train/tele-conference with at www.dls.army.mil and book a VTT classroom today!

VTT Classrooms: 253-968-7938

+ TSB CLASSROOM CAPABILITIES - Outlines each classroom in each facility and its capabilities

+ Other JBLM Classroom Facilities - updated 18 AUG 16

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COMMANDERS' INFORMATION CENTER:

The JBLM Company Commander & First Sergeant Pre-Command Course (CCFSPCC) trains/educates Company level leaders on their installation specific administrative, property accountability, training management, medical, and Army regulatory (program/policy) responsibilities to enable them to be effective leaders at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM).

JBLM is the pilot program for the Army’s newly designed CCFSPCC. This course is divided into a distance learning phase and resident phase. JBLM’s senior FORSCOM leadership has identified which of the 19 modules stipulated by the Department of the Army (DA) will be distance learning and which will be taught in class.  Information on how to get access to the CCFSPCC Ph1 DL portion and the Commander’s Safety course will be provided once enrolled.

 

All classes are held in the Museum Training Annex BLDG 4320 room 306/336 with 42 seats available in each class

for the following FY20 dates:

 

Class #001, 21-25 Oct 19

Class #002, 18-22 Nov 19

Class #003, 24-28 Feb 20

Class #004, 30 Mar – 3 Apr 20

Class #005, 11-15 May 20

Class #006, 22-26 Jun 20

Class #007, 17-21 Aug 20

Class #008, 21-25 Sep 20

 

+ CCFSPCC_DL_Course_Registration

 

SCHOOLS NCO INFORMATION CENTER

Ensure ALL Schools NCOs in your Company and Battalion obtain ATRRS "Review" access. BDE schools NCOs must be trained in ATRRS use prior to gaining access. See your Division Schools NCO for information. JBLM troop's school is listed in ATRRS as SC415 or "school code" 415.

+ How to Obtain ATRRS Access

+ AR 350-1

+ JBLM 350-1, 1 AUG 13 - Chapter 8

+ JBLM 350-2, 3 FEB 14 - Section 1-35

+ ATRRS Instructional Briefing- Briefing presented in Schools NCO class with step by step instructions for basic ATRRS functions/commands. 16 NOV 16

+ Enrollment Process and HJB 888 Form Instructional Briefing - Briefing presented in the Schools NCO class outlining the process and commom HJB 888 Form questions. 16 NOV 16

NEW! SCHOOLS SUBMISSIONS TRACKER- Optional tool created to help units at all levels track their schools submissions.

If you have a specific question, your BDE Schools NCOs have requested that you contact them first to ensure they are aware of your request.

BDE Schools NCOs:

DIVARTY: 966-4266
2-2 SBCT: 477-2321
1-2 SBCT: 477-2943
16 CAB: 967-1960
17 FAB: 477-4733
201 EMIB: 477-4459
555 ENG: 966-3592
42 MP: 967-4415
62 MED: 967-4491

DIVISION Schools NCOs:

7 ID HHC: 967-1855
593 ESC: 477-5688
I Corps HHB: 477-0206

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SCHOOLS "NCO"/TRAINING TECH COURSE

It is imperative that all unit Schools NCO/Training Techs at all levels from Company on up attend this course prior to being designated a Schools Rep for their unit. It is open to all ranks and all levels - company to division.

This course will identify the processes and responsibilities for course enrollments and annual course forecasting. Forecasting is integral in obtaining the number of seats in each course your unit is required to fullfill per Army Regulations. Students will also be trained on the proper procedures for working within the ATRRS system.

Classes are held in Building 4320, room 306 FY20 dates are as follows:

9-10 Oct 19

8-9 Jan 20

8-9 Apr 20

15-16 Jul 20

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ANNUAL SEAT FORECASTING
(SUBQUOTA MATRIX)

  Every year, each unit is required to identify how many Service Members they have trained and will keep retainability in each SC415 course for the upcoming fiscal year (FY). Once the number of Service Members trained and retainable is identified, the unit can forecast how many seats in each course they will need for the next FY by subtracting that number from the number of Service Members they are required to have trained in each course per regulation. This number is the subquota or the number of seats that unit is requesting in order to meet the regulated training requirements per course. (Number unit is required to have – number trained and will keep retainability through the next FY = subquota for that course.) These requirements are pulled from Army Regulations and the unit's M-TOE.

   Subquotas are distributed by BDE and entered into the Subquota Matrix. It is imperative that each COMPANY LEVEL Schools Rep understands this process in order to accurately capture the unit’s need which is compiled into the BDE’s request. TSB and I Corps G3 Training will co-host an annual Pre-Subquota Matrix Meeting sometime in Feb/Mar. G3 Training will publish an OPORD identifying the date, time, location, and that all Schools Reps down to the Company Level are required to attend this meeting.

       The Subquota Matrix Validation or Schools Forecasting meeting occurs in May. G3 Training will publish an OPORD identifying the date, time, location, and that all Division Schools NCOs are required to attend this meeting. Each BDE Schools NCO will be required to have their Subquota Matrix complete and sent up to division prior to this meeting. BDE Schools NCOs must understand the requirements for their units, and know their BDE’s long range training schedule in order to distribute their seats during the quarters they are not so heavily engaged in other training/exercises.