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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #125 on: December 27, 2016, 13:22:32 »
The attached document clearly outlines course requirements and sequence for each rank.  Officer and NCM are outlined.  AJOSC (Army Junior Officer Staff Course) is no more.  All Army Officers are required to complete CAFJOD (all CAF Officers must obtain this qual) and the Army Junior Officer course (AJSO).  The att outlines which MOD's must be completed prior to ATOC and AOC.

Hope this helps.

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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #126 on: December 27, 2016, 13:39:39 »
Good info there, thanks for sharing.

Only thing that jumped out at me was the 1.1, 2.1 and 3.1 for ACISS-Core pers is not listed there.

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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #127 on: December 27, 2016, 14:05:01 »
If only CADTC would re-issue LFCO 29-12 (pulled back a decade ago) that included all this information.  But I guess Primary Reserve Career Progression isn't high enough on their list of priorities...
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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #128 on: December 27, 2016, 14:34:42 »
Nice chart except there are 2 streams for the ENGR DP3B one is the pure reservist course as listed (capped at 10 students or so per year and relies heavily on the units senior leadership to teach) but the preferred course is the Reg. Force DP3B taught at CFSME...
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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #129 on: April 09, 2017, 18:33:10 »
Hi,

I've had a hard time finding up-to-date information on DP1 for infantry reserves.

How long is the course (does it now include BMO-L)?

What will the points of learning be?

How was your experience?

Any info/advice is appreciated.

Thanks!
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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #130 on: April 09, 2017, 20:42:33 »
How long is the course (does it now include BMO-L)?

What will the points of learning be?

BMQ-Land was removed as a required course for the Infantry a few years ago.

P Res DP1 Infantry is broken into two mods. The first mod covering all the weapons(TOETs, PWT/ranges). The second mod is the field/tactics portion. The candidates will learn fire and movement, Section/Platoon attacks, etc.


Going off your profile/posts you are an OCdt/Infantry Officer. You do not do DP1 Infantry. Once you have completed BMOQ-Land your next course will be IODP 1.1 this is the Dismounted Platoon Commander Course, the course is run in Gagetown.

This thread has a lot of information regarding the course, what to expect, and advice.
https://army.ca/forums/index.php?topic=99437.0


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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #131 on: April 12, 2017, 18:00:54 »
P Res DP1 Infantry is broken into two mods. The first mod covering all the weapons(TOETs, PWT/ranges). The second mod is the field/tactics portion. The candidates will learn fire and movement, Section/Platoon attacks, etc.

Going off your profile/posts you are an OCdt/Infantry Officer. You do not do DP1 Infantry. Once you have completed BMOQ-Land your next course will be IODP 1.1 this is the Dismounted Platoon Commander Course, the course is run in Gagetown.


I appreciate the response, LightFighter. I'm actually an OCdt in another trade, but I'm switching to infantry as a NCM, for now, because I'm unable to get the time required to do officer training.

Do you know how long each mod is, and if they are usually run back-to-back or with some time in-between?

Are the courses run 7 days a week?

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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #132 on: April 12, 2017, 19:21:19 »
I'd have to look at the training calendar, but I would imagine they would be run back to back with a weekend in between.

I would imagine you may be CB'd some weekends, but otherwise the training would be mainly Mon-Fri with weekends off unless the course staff decide otherwise or an FTX runs over the weekend. This is just based off experience with other courses, I've never done the P Res DP1. I'm sure someone who has been a student or instructor on the latest variation of the course will come by with a more detailed answer.


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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #133 on: May 04, 2017, 22:09:44 »
Good evening folks,

Just wondering if anyone knows if they have lifted the "training ban" in Shilo for DP1 infantry. Dont know if it was a true rumour or just one in the mill, last I heard they had ceased doing DP1 in Shilo...For reasons?

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BMQ vs Infantry DP1 (NCM, Reserves)
« Reply #134 on: July 28, 2017, 20:47:48 »
So I'm about to complete my BMQ this upcoming Thursday. I will be doing DP1 next summer. BMQ has been a very eye opening experience so far. I love it in some aspects, and I hate it in other aspects. I know DP1 is much more complex and longer than BMQ. Will it feel more challenging than BMQ? I ask this because BMQ is the first training step for people who have never experienced such thing before. Will DP1 feel a bit easier due to the fact that I may be used to some aspects of the military by then? Cheers.

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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #135 on: July 28, 2017, 21:28:07 »
Your DP1 won't be a culture shock, which adds stress. However, you'll be expected and treated like you have your basic training completed, so those little mistakes are amplified. This goes for any DP1 course, there's lots of info here on the specifics of the Infantry DP1 for the PRes.

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Re: Infantry Reserves DP1 [MERGED]
« Reply #136 on: August 06, 2017, 23:13:19 »
What was more challenging for you?