|Army Family Team Building|
Army Family Team Building is a DA program that educates the Army Family, which includes Active Duty, Reserve Component, DA civilian employees, military retirees, and all their family members on a wide variety of knowledge, skills and abilities about the Army and the Army lifestyle. This in turn fosters family preparedness and enhances Army readiness.
There are three levels of training taught through the AFTB Program. Level I focuses on areas for those who have little experience with the military. Topics include: Military Terms and Acronyms, Customs and Courtesies, and Benefits and Entitlements. Level II focuses on areas for those who have moderate experience in the military. Topics include: Management Skills, Effective Leadership and Family Support Groups. Level III is for those with extensive experience in the military. This level focuses on mentoring others and imparting knowledge and skills to others who are less experienced.
AFTB is a total volunteer program. Anyone associated with DA can take an AFTB course. Volunteers are recruited to become AFTB instructors after they have completed the on-line courses. Our Master Trainers provide workshops on material included in the program.
AFTB – “Ready Families – Ready Soldiers"
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Page Last Updated 06-Jun-2013