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Army to Implement HR Specialist Training Program Across Service Branch

HRThe U.S. Army‘s I Corps human resource team has established the Adjutant General University program to provide Army HR specialists training on concepts and systems that work to support their mission on force readiness.

The Army Forces Command recommends that the AGU course be available across the service after its initial offering at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, the branch said Monday.

“It trains and develops soldiers that have been serving possibly on drill sergeant or recruiting duty, that haven’t touched the human resource system in their last couple of years in service,” said Maj. Randy Lefebvre, officer in charge of I Corps’ Human Resource Operational Center.

He noted that AGU includes training and learning on the Electronic Military Personnel Office functions, the Interactive Personnel Electronic Record Management System, other HR metrics and casualty management, the report said.

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