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The Military Classroom:The Perspective from a FormerMilitary EducatorJeffrey LavenderSergeant Major (Retired), US Army

Objectives List the events in a typical military education trainingday Discuss learning strategies employed by militarytraining Compare the military learning environment with thecivilian environment2

CV 29 years active duty Army (Medical LaboratoryTechnologist/Senior Medical NCO) – 15 years inAcademia 5 years Instructor in Med Lab Program and BasicNon-Commissioned Officer Course 8 years Chief Instructor, including 2 years “AssociateDean” Army Enlisted Lead, MedicalEducation and Training Campus 3 years Adjunct Faculty,Kirtland Community College3

Typical Army Training Day 0430 – Wake up 0500 – Formation and Sick Call/Appointments 0500-0630 – Physical Training 0630-0730 – Breakfast, personal hygiene, barracksmaintenance 0745 – Formation and march to class 0800-1700 – Training (classroom, simulation, field) 1700 – March to dinner 1800-2200 – Drill Sergeant time, study, and homework 2200 – Lights out4

Navy and Air Force Customs among services vary, but are similar fortraining. Drill Instructors not common Terminology (Dorms, not barracks; corpsman vsmedic, etc.) Navy A, B and C schools Other service specific requirements (not all studentsare the same!)5

Medical Education and Training Campus Outgrowth from BRAC 2005 Extensive state-of-the-art enlisted medical trainingeducational institution for Army, Navy, Air Force and CoastGuard. World’s largest medical education training campus Consolidated Curriculum Classrooms Instructors Students6

METC Campus7

Learning Technologies8

More Learning Technologies Notebook computers in classrooms Live and simulated x-ray machines 200 advanced patient simulators Immersive Tactical C3 (Central Asia and MiddleEast) Advanced Cath Lab Level 2 Biosafety Laboratories Gamma Spectroscopy and CT scanners Full casting laboratory (dental) Embedded Medical 2-D and 3-D illustrators9

Key Performance Indicators Key Performance Indicators Degree Completion Plans Clinical Training Student Satisfaction Accreditations Student Demographics Student Pass Rates Student Certification and Registration Faculty Academic Qualifications Faculty Experience Faculty Credentialling Requirements10

AccreditationsAccreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE)American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation (ADA-CODA)American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs:-American Society of Cytopathology (CAAHEP-ASC)Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs:-Committee on Accreditation for Education in Neurodiagnostic Technology (CAAHEP: CoA-NDT)Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education(CAPTE)Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC)Commission on Accreditation of Ophthalmic Medical Programs (CoA-OMP)The Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (JCAHPO)Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT)National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences(NAACLS)11

Uniformed Services University of theHealth Sciences (USUHS) Bethesda MD Graduate-level military medical institution Educates, trains and prepares health professionals,officers and leaders serving in the armed forces Affiliation with METC to grant Associates Degrees(Pilot) Medical Laboratory Technician Neurodiagnostic Technologist Nuclear Medicine Technologist Surgical Technologist12

Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) Federal program offered by the United States Air Force Grants two-year Associate of Applied Science degrees inassociation with Air University AF personnel earn credits through all phases of training13

Classroom14

Medical Laboratory15

Nursing Laboratory16

Pharmacy12-window outpatient and 28-IV hood inpatient pharmacy training labs17

Dental Laboratory18

Phlebotomy!19

Campus LifeSlagel Dining Facility 80,000 sf 2016 seating cap 4800 ppl fed in 90 min20

Camp Bullis21

Camp Bullis Training22

Active Shooter Drill23

US Army Training and Doctrine Command(TRADOC) Adjutant General School Air Defense Artillery School Airborne School Armor Center and School Army Logistics University Army Management Staff College Army School of Music Army War College Aviation Center\/School Aviation Logistics School Chaplain School Chemical, Biological, Radiological,and Nuclear School Command and General StaffCollege Defense Language Institute Drill Sergeant School Engineer School Field Artillery School Finance School Infantry Center and School Intelligence School International Student Division Military Police School Officer Candidate School Ordnance School Physical Fitness School Quartermaster School Ranger School Recruiting and Retention School School of Advanced Military Studies School of Information Technology Sergeants Major Academy Signal School Transportation School University of Foreign Military and CulturalStudies Victory University Warrant Officer Career College Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic School24

Navy ‘A’ Schools Airborne Mine Countermeasures WeaponSystems Training School Airman Apprenticeship Training School Authoring Instructional Materials Aviation Cadet Training Program (USN) Basic Enlisted Submarine School Battle Force Tactical Training Center For Naval Aviation Technical Training UnitKeesler Composite Training Unit Exercise Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training Electronics Training Program Fleet Sonar School Joint Maritime Training Center Naval Air Warfare Center Training SystemsDivision Naval Hospital Corps School Naval Justice School Naval Small Craft Instruction and TechnicalTraining School Naval Special Warfare Center Navy School of Music Navy Supply Corps School Naval Special Warfare Advanced TrainingCommand Nuclear Power School Officer Candidate School (United States Navy) Officer Training Command Newport Radio Materiel School Raspberry Island (Minnesota) Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps STA-21 Strike Fighter Weapons School Atlantic Strike Fighter Weapons School Pacific U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy United States Armed Forces School of Music United States Naval Reserve Midshipmen'sSchool United States Naval Test Pilot School United States Navy Strike Fighter TacticsInstructor program V-12 Colleges and universities by state V-12 Navy College Training Program25

Air Force AIRCRAFT & FLIGHT ALLIED HEALTH ARTS & HUMANITY COMPUTERS & COMPUTERSCIENCE DENTISTRY ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT &RESPONSE ENGINEERING & APPLIEDSCIENCE FACILITIES FUTURETECHNOLOGIES GROUND VEHICLES HEALTH & MEDICINE HEALTH ADMINISTRATION HEALTH TECHNICIANS &SPECIALISTS INTELLIGENCE LAW & ENFORCEMENT LOGISTICS &TRANSPORTATION MAINTENANCE & REPAIR MENTAL HEALTH NATURAL SCIENCE NURSING OPERATIONS &ADMINISTRATION PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS SPACE SPECIAL OPERATIONS WEAPONRY & MATERIEL26

Questions?/Discussion!27

References Medical Education and Training Campus: www.metc.mil Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS):https://www.usuhs.edu/ Community College of the Air Force:http://www.airuniversity.af.mil/Barnes/CCAF/ US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC):http://www.tradoc.army.mil/Training.asp US Navy Schools: ers US Air Force Schools: ng28

Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT) National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences(NAACLS) . Neurodiagnostic Technologist Nuclear Medicine Technologist Surgical Technologist 12. Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) . Il