RDN (as a part of the AMC-Niehaus Joint Venture) is currently providing the US Army’s Office of the Chief of Staff of Installation Management (OACSIM) with course development and on-site training for US Army Military Housing Office (MHO) personnel.
The development of the multi-module training curricula included online computer instruction as well as classroom sessions for 200+ housing professionals and active duty personnel to date. Course topics include tiered levels of experience for Army Family Housing (AFH), General Flag Officer Quarters (GFOQ), Housing Service Organizations (HSO), Residential Community Initiative (RCI), and Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH). Each module is a week-long course conducted by a senior and junior instructor at a regional location determined by OACSIM. Materials produced and provided by RDN staff include a Course Leader’s Guide, Participant’s Guide, Participant’s Workbook, and briefs for course delivery. The project requires the implementation and refinement of a comprehensive Quality Control program throughout all phases of course development, course revision, course presentation, and meeting, workshop, and conference planning.
The AMC-Niehaus Joint Venture employs a large number of consultants as subject matter experts and instructors which include formers heads of Military Housing Offices worldwide, university professors, and former Department of Defense installation management personnel.