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Train the Trainer School

"Professional experts creating the best educators in the military"

Camp Johnson, NC

Mission:

Train the Trainer School (T3S) trains and educates military and civilian personnel designated by NAVMC 1553.2 in formal school management, design and development of curriculum, and instructional key performance areas, utilizing the ADDIE process, in order to provide the foundation for success as school administrators, curriculum developers, and instructors assigned to Marine Corps Formal Schools.

 

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Letter from the Director:

Train the Trainer School (T3S) is home to the Instructor Development Course, Curriculum Developer Course and Formal School Management Course.  Our mission is to train and educate military and civilian personnel assigned to leadership and instructional billets in the Supporting Establishment and Operating Forces in the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation of Individual and Unit Training using the Systems Approach to Training and Education.

T3S trains in excess of 2,000 career-level Marines and civilians annually.  Additionally, T3S supports Commanders’ efforts to enhance the efficiency of their educational and instructional programs with on-site curriculum assistance visits tailored to address unit needs.  T3S Headquarters is located in Bldg M324 aboard Camp Johnson, North Carolina.  Detachment East courses are held on Camp Johnson, North Carolina with Detachment West courses being held in Area 52, Camp Pendleton, California.  Contact information is provide under the Contacts tab.

Our curriculum is challenging but the Staff and Faculty of T3S strive to provide our utmost support of your organization’s training requirements.  If you have questions, do not hesitate to call our Academics office at (910) 450-1835/1268 or DSN 750-1835/1268.  We look forward to your arrival!

 

Director of Train the Trainer School

 

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Marine Minute
I’m Lance Corporal Garrett Gillespie with your Marine Minute.


MARINES WITH 2ND MARINE DIVISION, TESTED THE COMMANDANT’S NEW VISION IN THE CORPS, DURING THE LARGEST EXERCISE SINCE THE COLD WAR.

THE EXERCISE FOCUSES ON STAYING AHEAD OF THE GROWING MILITARY PROWESS OF CHINA AND RUSSIA, AND TOOK PLACE AT THE MARINE CORPS AIR-GROUND COMBAT CENTER at TWENTYNINE PALMS IN CALIFORNIA’S MOJAVE DESERT.

WHILE BASED IN NORTH CAROLINA THE 2ND MARINE DIVISION SQUARED OFF AGAINST LOCALLY-BASED TROOPS IN THE 7TH AND 4TH MARINE REGIMENTS ALONG WITH BRITISH ROYAL MARINES’, 40 COMMANDO BATTLE GROUP AND THE ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE 408 TACTICAL HELICOPTER SQUADRON.

COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS, GENERAL DAVID H. BERGER SAID quote, “THE IMPERATIVE IS TO TRAIN IN ALL WAR FIGHTING DOMAINS, UNDERSTANDING WHAT WE LOOK LIKE IN THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM, AND EVOLVE OUR NOISE, LIGHT AND WAR FIGHTING DISCIPLINES THAT WILL MAKE US SUCCESSFUL IN BATTLE.” end quote
This exercise trains Marines to be ready for any fight.

That’s it for your Marine Minute, for more news around the Corps go to marines.mil.
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