March 30, 2016 –
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. -- The Army's new Digital Job Book that makes it easier for Soldiers and small unit leaders to track training is available on the Army Training Network (ATN) (https://atn.army.mil).
The new job book records physical training, weapons qualification, mandatory training, scheduled classes and unit training schedules. It uses data from the Digital Training Management System (DTMS) to replace information recorded on paper job books for active duty, reserve and National Guard units.
To access the job book, go to the ATN page (https://atn.army.mil) and click on the myTraining tab at the top of the page. Then you will see the Digital Job Book under the DTMS heading. You also can access the Digital Job Book from Army Knowledge Online. Click on the Self Service tab and then the My Training tab.
Data from the job book allows leaders to easily monitor unit training and quickly add training tasks to units and individual Soldiers.
Small unit leaders can follow their Soldiers' training status on the Digital Leader Readiness Tool dashboard. The Digital Leader Readiness Tool is also accessed at the ATN My Training Tab and the DTMS portlet.
The Digital Leader Readiness Tool is available for small units and designated leaders once built by the unit in DTMS. The Digital Leader Readiness Tool provides an electronic dashboard summarizing small unit training information using gauge-type displays.
Leaders can select any of the gauges to get to by-name reports about their Soldiers meeting training standards and needing to complete training requirements.
If you have questions about the Digital Job Book or the Digital Leader Readiness Tool, you can e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org You also can call 913-684-2700, or 877-241-0347.
The Training Management Directorate (TMD), Fort Leavenworth, led the digital job book project. TMD is a subordinate organization of the Combined Arms Center -- Training (CAC-T), which develops training requirements, fields training systems, delivers leader training and sustains training capabilities.
You can follow CAC-T on its web site: http://usacac.army.mil/organizations/cact, Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/usacactraining or on Twitter: @usacactraining.