The aim of this course is to prepare students to perform their duties as evaluators for functions in the area of LOG during ACO TACEVALs.
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Explain the ACO TACEVAL programme.:
Referencing TACEVAL Organization and Policies in AFS, the student will be able to explain the ACO TACEVAL programme, organization, and the conduct of TACEVALs.
Employ TACEVAL procedures.:
Given the lectures, workshops, references, and supervision, the students will be able to employ TACEVAL procedures and guidelines.
Plan and execute a TACEVAL.:
Given the lectures, workshops, references and supervision, the students will be able to prepare the documentation necessary for the planning and execution of an evaluation.
Produce TACEVAL field report.:
Given the lectures, workshops, references and supervision, the student will be able to write draft comments including grading proposals for the TACEVAL field report as directed by the team leader.
1. NATO nations:
a. Any military member of the rank OR-6 through OF-3, or their civilian equivalents. Acceptance of OF-4 nominations will be subject to OPR approval.
b. Personnel assigned to a NATO unit declared to SACEUR or in a HQ position which supports NATO TACEVAL.
c. Personnel that have experience in specific logistic area that requires evaluation as specified in ACO Forces Standards Vol VI.
2. Partner nations:
a. Any military member of the rank OR-6 through OF-4. Acceptance of OF-5 nominations will be subject to OPR approval.
B. Personnel that have experience in specific logistic areas that require evaluation as specified in ACO Forces Standards Vol VI.
||English 3222 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-6 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-3
This one-week course is comprised of 10 lectures. There will also be 6 scenario-based syndicate exercises.
Completion of this course enhances the qualification of the evaluator and reduces the number of required evaluations Under Training (UT) prior to becoming a fully qualified evaluator and helps to ensure the standardized application of evaluation and grading procedures and guidelines throughout ACO.