This article outlines the general policy concerning the delivery of the British Army’s Command, Leadership and Management (CLM) programme.
The relevant documents can be found below (UK Government, 2015; Xt Learn, 2015):
- CLM Policy Handbook, Contents, v4.1 (2014-05)
- CLM Policy Handbook, Chapter 01, v4.4 (2014-03-04)
- CLM Policy Handbook, Chapter 01, v4.1 (2014-05)
- CLM Policy Handbook, Chapter 02, v4.1 (2014-05)
- CLM Policy Handbook, Chapter 03, v4.1 (2014-05)
- CLM Policy Handbook, Chapter 05, v4.0 (2013-09)
- CLM Part 03, Application to Attend Part 3 (AEC) (Course)
- JNCO CLM, Part 03 Timetable (2011-07-01)
|PNCO CLM Training||JNCO CLM Training|
|SNCO CLM Training||WO CLM Training|
From October 2020, the Army CLM programme will be replaced by the Army Leadership Development (ALD) Programme.
Although originally slated to start from October 2020, the revamped career courses are due to go online from June 2020.
- The ALD programme will replace the old CLM parts 1-3.
- Lance Corporals undertake a ten-day military training package.
- Corporals and Sergeants also attend a seven-day military education course.
- The warrant officers’ schedule combines both modules, with exact details to be published in the coming months – Until then they will continue with CLM.
- Planners say the new scheme represents a more stimulating, demanding test.
- For full details read ABN 058/2020.
Information contained within the CLM Policy Handbook includes:
- Part One: Introduction.
- The CLM Programme.
- Part Two: The CLM Course.
- PNCO Training.
- Training for JNCOs, SNCOs and WOs.
- Part 1 (Substantiation) T&E.
- Part 2.
- Part 3 (Professional Development).
- CLM Progression.
- CLM Content.
- Descriptions of CLM Courses.
- Completion of T&E with a Specified Timeframe.
- Selection and Loading.
- Part Three: Entry Standards.
- Literacy and Numeracy Tests.
- Mandatory Annual Training Tests.
- Information Technology (IT) Training.
- Part Four: Assessment, Recording, Reporting and Remediation.
- JPA Record Keeping.
- Return to Unit.
- Part Five: Accreditation.
- Part Six: Sustaining the CLM Programme.
- Training Requirements Authority.
- Training Delivery Authorities.
- Training Providers.
- Part Seven: Administration and Welfare.
- Part Eight: AEC Support and Remote Outstations.
- Part Nine: Transitional Arrangements from CLM 2004.
- Part Ten: Appendices.
- Appendix A: PNCO CLM Training.
- Appendix B: JNCO CLM Training and Education.
- Appendix C: SNCO CLM Training and Education.
- Appendix D: WO CLM Training and Education.
- Appendix E: Course Application Proforma.
- Appendix F: Literacy and Numeracy Qualifications.
- Appendix G: Proponents.
- Appendix H: CLM Administration Flowcharts.
- Appendix I: Guide to CLM Part 2 and Workplace Induction.
- Appendix J: Medical Standards for Basic Close Combat Skills (BCCS) Training.
Useful Links & References
- Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
- Wire, The – CLM in Royals Signals (2008-02, p.2-3).
- UK Goverment (2015) CLM Policy Handbook, Chapter 1. Available from World Wide Web: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/423488/CLM_policy_handbook.pdf. [Accessed: 14 July, 2015].
- UK Government (2015) CLM Part 03, Application to Attend Part 3 (AEC) Course: Available from World Wide Web: bfgnet.de/files/274/41aec/CLM_Part_3_Form.pdf. [Accessed: 14 July, 2015].
- Xt Learn (2015) CLM Training and Education Policy Handbook. Available from World Wide Web: http://xtlearn.net/C/2673. [Accessed: 14 July, 2015].