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NCODP - Noncommissioned Officer Development Program

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What does NCODP stand for?
Non commissioned Officer Development Program
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What is the goal of NCODP?
overarching Army Non commissioned Officer Professional Development Program.
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As with all leader training and leader development, who is responsible for NCODP?
The command.
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NCODP is typically managed by whom?
The CSMor Senior NCO in the organization.
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What are some objectives of NCODP?
  • Develop and strengthen the skills, knowledge, and abilities to train, deploy, and lead soldiers in combat through battle focused training.
  • Develop NCOs who are self–aware, adaptive, competent, and confident.
  • Realize the full potential of the NCO support channel.
  • Foster a unit environment that enhances continued NCO leader development and encourages self–development as part of a lifelong learning process.
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What Army Regulation covers NCODP?
AR 350-1 Chap 4
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What is the purpose of AR 350-1?
This regulation prescribes policies, procedures, and responsibilities for developing, managing, and conducting Army training and leader development.
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In order to accomplish battle-focused NCO development, commanders and unit NCOs should follow what procedures?
  • Link NCO development to the current skill level and duty assignments
  • Establish a viable unit level NCODP using unit METL as the vehicle to incorporate the following into each NCO's daily activities.
  • Synchronize battle-focused NCODP as a component of operational assignments (experience) with the other two pillars of leader development (institutional training and self-development)
  • Establish a systematic and continuous program
  • Integrate the use of leader books (FM 25-l01, app B) to track individual NCO progress
  • Emphasize coaching to achieve commitment to excellence in performance
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A successful NCODP will result in NCOs who can what?
  • Demonstrate the skills of current skill level and duty position per AR 611–21 and DA Pam 600–25.
  • Accept the duties and responsibilities of current rank and duty position per AR 600–20, AR 611–21, and FM 7–22.7.
  • Enhance combat performance for the current and next higher rank and duty position per AR 600–20 and FM 22–100 (being revised as FM 6–22).
  • Enhance combat leadership competencies for the current and next higher rank per FM 22–100 (being revised as FM 6–22).
  • Train themselves and subordinates to be proficient in METL tasks and associated critical tasks per FM 7–0, FM 7–1, and FM 7–22.7.
  • Coach subordinates to be totally committed to U.S. Army professional ethics, Warrior Ethos, and the Soldier’s Creed per FM 22–100 (being revised as FM 6–22).

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