LEADER'S TRAINING COURSE
Four Weeks, Four Phases, For Those Who Want To Lead
There are scholars among you who aspire to achieve something even greater than a college degree. They aspire to be leaders. They are Army ROTC Cadets - and you can join them by attending the Leader's Training Course (LTC).
LTC is four weeks of intense classroom and field training held in the summer at Fort Knox, KY. This course is an accelerated version of the two years of leadership development training Cadets receive in the Basic Course. By transforming yourself through this rigorous training, you will qualify for enrollment in the Army ROTC Advanced Course on campus-provided you have two years of college remaining (undergraduate or graduate).
At LTC you experience the Army firsthand. You will receive the kind of leadership development training that is unmatched by any other program. How? By developing your potential in the most important of ways-mentally, physically and emotionally. You will be grouped into squads where you will gain experience in all leadership roles-culminating in verbal and written feedback on your improvement. You will also receive a stipend, transportation to and from Fort Knox, housing and meals. The four weeks and four phases of LTC can lead you to the ultimate goal: becoming an Army Officer.
The benefits of this leadership training will extend well beyond your college years into any career you choose. You may even qualify for a two-year scholarship that may take care of your college tuition and many other expenses.
|PHYSICAL TRAINING||Cadets build their confidence by participating in combat water survival training, rappelling, ropes courses and more.|
|CLASSROOM TRAINING||Cadets learn Army values and ethics, study historical examplesofleadership, hear from distinguished guests and get trainedinsquad/team tactics.|
|WEAPONS TRAINING||Cadets take part in combat simulations with paintball equipment,andlearn the ins and outs of an M16 in Basic Rifle Marksmanship(BRM)training.|
|FIELD TRAINING||Cadets are exposed to land navigation skills, put squad tactics to use in completing a mission.|
|FEEDBACK||Instructors and Cadet Leaders constantly advise Cadets on how theyareprogressing in their leadership skills, and how they can performbetter.|