Regional Soldier and Family Readiness Training (RSFRT). RSFRT will provide participants with information relevant to Command Teams, Command Family Readiness Representatives and Soldier and Family Readiness Group Volunteers on the administration of a unit Family Readiness Program.
Command Family Readiness Representative (CFRR) Training.
1. CFRR Basics Seminar. This training orients new and existing CFRRs to Unit Family Readiness, the roles and responsibilities of the unit's Family Readiness Team, and CFRR specific job-related duties, skills and/or tasks.
2. CFRR 101. This training provides CFRRs with a basic understanding of the Unit Soldier and Family Readiness Group (SFRG). It explores the regulatory guidance for SFRGs along with its purpose, function, and specific activities
3. ARFP in Support of Family Readiness. This training assists Family Readiness Liaisons in understanding how Army Reserve Family Programs supports the Unit's Family Readiness Program. The class explores the many programs, services and staff positions of ARFP and now CFRRs might use them to support the Unit's Family Readiness Plan and Soldiers and Families. The facilitated discussion will give participants insight on how ARFP can ensure that every Soldier and Family is ready and resilient.
Instructor Training Course/Briefer Training course (ITC/BTC). This is a two-part instructor course.
1. Instructor Training Course increases participant's proficiency in instructional skills and serves as a pre-requisite for the Briefer Training Course (BTC) and Facilitator Training Course (FTC).
2. Briefer Training Course expands on the skills learned in Instructor Training Course (ITC) and teaches new skills for preparing, tailoring and delivering standardized briefings to meet the audience needs.
Army Reserve Family Programs Briefings.
Army Reserve Family Programs has developed specific briefings to provide specific information regarding the covered subject to the intended audience. Those briefings are as follows:
1. Volunteer Orientation the Army Reserve Volunteer Corps. This briefing provides new volunteer and/or potential volunteers with an orientation of opportunities, expectations and requirements of volunteering with the Army Reserve Family Programs.
2. Volunteer Orientation to the Unit. This briefing provides unit SFRG volunteers with an overview of the unit Family Readiness Program and their role supporting Soldiers and Families.
3. Telephonic Mobilization Briefing. This telephonic briefing provides participants with tools and knowledge to prepare for mobilization/deployment. Topics Include: Army Reserve Programs and Services. What To Expect, Emotional Cycle of Deployment, Benefits and Entitlements, Military Pay and Legal Matters.
4. Telephonic Reunion/Reintegration Briefing. This telephonic briefing provides participants with tools and knowledge to prepare for reunion/reintegration. Topics Include: Reconnecting with the Soldier, TRICARE/TAMP, TRICARE Reserve Select, Finding Your New Normal, ESGR/Employment Resources, Counseling Resources and Veterans Benefits.