Training Courses

106th Regiment (RTI) Courses are organized into three types (TRADOC, Medical and Functional). Click a course below for additional information.

MoreInfantryman Course (11B10)

The course provides a Logical Progression of Individual Skills and Tasks selected to develop a Disciplined and Confident Soldier, proficient in Common Skill Level One tasks and critical 11B10 Infantry Tasks. Course duration is 22 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Have a basic understanding of Land navigation (both day and night)
  • Be able to road march with 35lbs (for distances of more than 12 miles)
  • Long distance running (greater than 5 miles)
  • Be proficient in basic rifle marksmanship
  • Conduct physical training (PT) in full kit (IBA/IOTV/Plate carrier, with plates)
  • Read and become familiar with FM 3-21.75 (The Warrior Ethos and Soldier Combat Skills)
  • Read and become familiar with TC 3-21.76 (Ranger handbook)

MoreInfantry Transition Course (11B2/3)

The course provides develops Infantry Sergeants and non-promotable Staff Sergeants who demonstrate proficiency and competencies appropriate to their level. Course duration is 15 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Have a basic understanding of Land navigation (both day and night)
  • Be able to road march with 35lbs (for distances of more than 12 miles)
  • Conduct PT in full kit (IBA/IOTV/Plate carrier, with plates)
  • Long distance running (greater than 5 miles)
  • Be proficient in basic rifle marksmanship
  • Read and become familiar with FM 3-21.75 (The Warrior Ethos and Soldier Combat Skills)
  • Read and become familiar with TC 3-21.76 (Ranger handbook)

MoreSmall Unmanned Aircraft System Course

This course provides training on the Small Unmanned Aircraft System (SUAS) Mission Plan; Crew Mission Briefing; Operator Level Maintenance and Placing the SUAS into Operation. SUAS operators provides the commander with an organic ISR asset, advises on SUAS operations, and feeds higher (S2/S3) ISR process. Course duration is 10 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Have basic understanding of map reading
  • Have basic knowledge and ability to operate a computer
  • Students must have good hand-eye coordination and spatial reasoning skills
  • Have vision correctable to 20/20 and ability to distinguish red and green
  • Reserved students must complete all BUQ I and BUQ II modules on JKO prior to attending this course

MorePre-Officer Candidate School (OCS)

This course provides an introduction to selected personnel in basic military subjects to prepare them for enrollment in OCS Phase I.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Read and become familiar with TC 3-25.26 (Map Reading and Navigation)
  • Conduct Physical Fitness training with an emphasis on Road Marching, Cardio Vascular endurance, Pull-ups and push-ups.

MoreOfficer Candidate School (PH 2)

The course develops selected personnel to be Second Lieutenants in the Army of the United States, the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard and to prepare them for the Basic Army Officer Leadership Course Training, Branch specific (BOLC).

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Read and become familiar with FM 6-0 (Troop Leading Procedures)
  • Read and become familiar with ATP 3-21.8 Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad

MoreManeuver Tactics Foundation Course

The course focuses on Army doctrine (ADRPs 1-02, 3-0, 3-90, and 5-0) and the foundations for tactical planning and execution. The course learning outcomes span eight subject areas. This course is required for Infantry and OCS Instructors. Course duration is 5 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Have a basic understanding of Land navigation and be able to plot points
  • Read and become familiar with ADRPs 1-02, 3-0, 3-90, and 5-0

MoreCombatives – Level 1

The course trains Leaders and Soldiers in close quarters combatives in order to instill the Warrior Ethos and prepare soldiers to close with and defeat the enemy in hand to hand combat. Course duration is 5 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Read and become familiar with FM 3-25.150 (Combatives)
  • Conduct physical training (PT) and be able to run long distances, as this course will be physically demanding

MoreCombatives – Level 2

The course is tailored to teach the more advanced techniques which illuminate why the Basic Techniques are performed as well as the teaching philosophy. At the conclusion of the course, students will demonstrate proficiency as well as the ability to instruct the course material. Course duration is 10 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Read and become familiar with FM 3-25.150 (Combatives)
  • Conduct physical training (PT) and be able to run long distances, as this course will be physically demanding

MoreCommon Faculty Development Instructor Course

The course prepares new faculty to teach, train, and facilitate learning in an adult learning environment. It introduces new faculty to Army instructor roles and responsibilities, teaching and learning models, and professional and ethical requirements. The course prepares new faculty to teach, train, and facilitate learning in an adult learning environment. It introduces new faculty to Army instructor roles and responsibilities, teaching and learning models, and professional and ethical requirements. A shorted model of this course has been developed to assist. Course duration is 10 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Read and become familiar with TP 350-70-7 (Adult Learning and Army U Experiential Learning Model)
  • Read and become familiar with TP 350-70-14 (Instructional strategy and methods of instruction)
  • Read and become familiar with TRADOC Regulation 350-70 (Instructor/Facilitator requirements)

More68W Sustainment Course

The course provides training and guidance to maintain the critical perishable skills and certification of 68W Health Care Specialists. Course duration is 8 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Read and become familiar with Medical Tasks in Chapter 3 within FM 3-21.75 (The Warrior Ethos and Soldier Combat Skills)
  • Read and become familiar with FM 4-25.11 (First Aid)
  • Review and become familiar with DD Form 1830 (U.S. Field Medical Card)

MoreCombat Lifesaver Course

This course is an official medical training course intended to provide an intermediate step between the buddy aid-style basic life support taught to every Soldier and the advanced life support skills taught to US Army Combat Medics (MOS 68W). Students will learn tactical combat casualty care, control bleeding, opening and managing a casualty’s airway, treating penetrating chest trauma, initialing a TCCC Card, requesting medical evacuation, tactical casualty movement and evacuating a casualty using a litter. Course duration is 4-5 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Read and become familiar with Medical Tasks in Chapter 3 within FM 3-21.75 (The Warrior Ethos and Soldier Combat Skills)
  • Read and become familiar with FM 4-25.11 (First Aid)
  • Review and become familiar with DD Form 1830 (U.S. Field Medical Card)

MoreCardiopulmonary Resuscitation Course

The course is the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) 4-hr course provided by the American Heart Association.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

MoreFuture Leaders Course

Selected Soldiers from the New York Army National Guard participate in a teamwork structured environment focused on improving their physical readiness, attending online PME courses, and building leadership skills designed to assist them in meeting Army standards and retain them for successful continued service in the NYARNG. Course duration is 15 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Read and become familiar with FM 3-21.75 (The Warrior Ethos and Soldier Combat Skills)
  • Read and become familiar with ADRP 1 (The Army Profession)
  • Read and become familiar with ADRP 6-22 (Army Leadership)
  • Read and become familiar with TC 3-21.5 (Drill and Ceremonies)
  • Read and become familiar with ATP 6-22.1 (The Counseling Process)
  • Read and become familiar with ATP 5-19 (Risk Management)
  • Review and become familiar with FM 7-22 (Holistic Health and Fitness)

MoreTactical Athlete Course

The course provides education and training to optimize the physical and mental development of Soldiers having difficulty with Height/Weight – body composition, APFT failures and are planning on continuing their career in the NYARNG. The goal of the Tactical Athlete Course physical training program is to improve the physical fitness of the Soldier, instill a fitness philosophy in the Soldier, and teach the Soldier the proper method for conducting a unit-level physical fitness program. Physical fitness training includes, but is not limited to, PRT drills, Resistance training, Circuit training, Body Weight exercise, Running, TRX and additional fitness modalities. Course duration is 5 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by becoming familiar with the following training documents, taking note of some suggestions and performing the following tasks:

  • Review and become familiar with FM 7-22 (Holistic Health and Fitness)
  • Review and become familiar with ATP 7-22.01 (Holistic Health and Fitness Testing)
  • Review and become familiar with ATP 7-22.02 (Holistic Health and Fitness Drills and Exercises)
  • Review and become familiar with GTA 07-08-003 Physical Readiness Training Quick Reference Card
  • Have two sets of APFU shorts and shirts, multiple pairs of socks, new running shoes and a hydration pack, canteen, or refillable water bottle
  • Students are required to track their eating habits the week prior to attending this course and will be required to bring their eating logs to the course to be evaluated

MoreGSA Bus Driver Training

The course provides training for students to learn how to operate and maintain a GSA bus. Course duration is 3 days.

How to Prepare for this Course

Students can prepare for this course by conducting the following training and/or reading the following documents:

  • Ensure your drivers license is current and will not expire by the course end date
  • Ensure you have a current and valid Military Operators license (endorsed with LMTV or FMTV)
  • Ensure you have completed the Army Accident Avoidance Course (within the last 3 years)
  • Ensure you have completed the Composite Risk Management Course