MIL Started my new job today.

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  1. brackac

    brackac Fuck all of this. OT Supporter

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    I am an instructor at the Combat Readiness School for the 3rd Combat Communications Group. I really enjoy teaching, and the material covers everything I did in my 9 years in the Army. I am really looking forward to my first class. Unfortunately my first class has my Full Bird in it. :eek3:
     
  2. Ranger-AO

    Ranger-AO I'm here for the Taliban party. Moderator

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    :eek3: Nothing like first class pressure! :mamoru:

    Congratulations, Brack! :bigok:
     
  3. brackac

    brackac Fuck all of this. OT Supporter

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    Yeah, nothing like teaching combat related courses to a man that spent 5+ years in SOCOM.
     
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    Congrats dude, ur gonna be teaching a full bird :bowdown::bowdown: someone's got skills :cool:
     
  5. BassBoy14

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    Just remember your in fucking charge, if the COL wants to take charge run his ass out.
     
  6. Ranger-AO

    Ranger-AO I'm here for the Taliban party. Moderator

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    Some suggestions:
    • At the beginning of the class, give your relavent personal history, a brief idea about what the course will be like, and a brief self-introduction from the students (if the class is small enough).
    • Think of a non-suckup method of asking the Colonel to comment on a part of the class, where it might be both relavent and helpful.
    • Plan ahead of time how you will deal with attention whoring by students, including those that might be higher in your chain of command.
    You should also think about taking pics during the class (or have someone do it for you). The pics might help you illustrate different concepts you are teaching for your future classes. (of course, appropriate pics will need to be shared with your OT counterparts)

    Good luck!
     
  7. Ranger-AO

    Ranger-AO I'm here for the Taliban party. Moderator

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    Probably a little of both.
     
  8. TRN

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    Best of luck pal.
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