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The ALMS is a centralized training system allowing training NCOs, training managers, instructors, unit commanders, and individual users to schedule, register, and deliver standardized Army training to Soldiers and DA Civilians at home and abroad. Users can register for self-paced courses.What kind of training is available in the ALMS?
Self-paced course offerings such as U.S. Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP), Distributed Leader Course, Information Security Program Training, Risk Management, Commander’s Safety Course, and more Customer Support Center (CSC) to support training managers hosting their materials in the ALMSHow do I sign up for Army learning management system?
ALMS Army Learning Management System 1 Login with your CAC or your AKO credentials on the ALMS site. 2 Select “Search for Training” in the left-hand column. 3 Type in the course title or description in the “Search” box and click search. 4 Find your course title and click on “Begin Registration”, followed by “Complete Registration”.Where can I find distance learning courses for the Army?
The United States Army Combat Readiness Center now hosts its Distance Learning (DL) courses on the Army Training Support Center (ATSC) Army Learning Management System (ALMS) site. This provides Soldiers, Army civilians, safety professionals and joint forces greater access to our training resources.