What is the Army Learning Management System (ALMS)?
Army Learning Management System (ALMS) is the Army’s official Learning Management System. It was designed to provide a centralized, secure, and easily accessible platform for Army personnel to gain access to educational, training, and professional development at any time.
It’s a flexible web-based system that is modified to offer the right amount of security for every user.
The ALMS assists in reducing the time that instructors spend on administrative tasks, such as designing courses, creating lesson plans, assigning duties, and gathering information.
It also allows collaboration between students, instructors, and other participants, including commanders, senior leaders, and command staff. The ALMS is modular in design that allows for simple interconnection with various systems, such as Army Knowledge Online (AKO), ePortal, and Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support ( DANTES). The ALMS was designed to be used by all levels that comprise the army, not only in the training environment. It is being used in various locations and has been implemented on a variety of platforms. The system is currently being developed to enable other military organizations around the globe to make use of the system.
Where can I begin my ALMS class?
How do I begin the process of training with ALMS?
- Log in to AKO (preferably using CAC)
- Click on the drop-down menu “Self Service”
- Click on “My Education”
- Just click the ALMS logo on the right side.
- Select “In-Progress Learning” in the left-hand sidebar.
- At the very top, switch”Sort By,” at the top of the page, to “Sort By” to “Registration Date” and then click “Go”
ALMS is an online system that allows ALMS is a central training system that allows NCOs who are training and instructors, training managers as well as unit commanders, and individual users to plan registration, deliver, and provide uniform Army training to soldiers and DA Civilians in the United States as well as abroad. Participants can sign up for self-paced training courses. At home, at the office, and at DTF, Soldiers, and Army civilians can fulfill their learning requirements throughout the day.
The ALMS offers:
- Automated courseware storage and the delivery of training materials
- Self-paced courses such as U.S. Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP), Distributed Leader Course, Information Security Program Training Risk Management, Commander’s Safety Training, and many more.
- 24×7 Help Desk Support
- Self-help online technical support
- Customer Support Center (CSC) to assist training managers in hosting their training materials on the ALMS
- Fast access to Army training on the internet
- Improves readiness and gives flexibility in training
- Maintains records of training throughout Army career using ATRRS
- Supports blended and task-based learning strategies
- Increases stability for Army Families and Soldiers
How can I get access to ALMS Army?
The following guidelines apply to tuition-free open enrollment classes that do not require registration with ULC’s ULC Registrar Office. For tuition-based DL courses, use the following link to learn how to register: http://ulc.usace.army.mil/HowToRegister.aspx
- * Go to www.lms.army.mil for instructions on how to sign into ALMS (CAC is required (or DS Logon)
- * You are currently on the ALMS homepage.
Signing up for your Course
- “Home,” under the “Home” menu, click “Search for Training”
- * Enter the course’s title or number within”the “Search” field:
- o USACE 770-USACE DOD Cost Estimating Policy Overview
- * Click “Search”
- * Choose the course you want to enroll in from the results and then click “Begin Registration”
- To sign up, select “Begin Registration” and “Complete Registration” on the next screen, or click on the course’s title and then hit “Register” after reviewing the details on the next screen.
- “Home” * click “Home” to return to the homepage. The course is required to be listed under the “Active Learning” area
Accessing the Course
- * In the “Active Learning” area, click on the course’s title.
- * Click on each of the modules in the course
- * Access the module’s content by clicking “Launch”
The printing of your certificate
- “Home” menu. Under the “Home” menu, click “Detailed Training Records”
- * Choose the date parameters, then click “Search”
- * Find the course’s name and then hover your mouse on”Actions,” click the “Actions” link, and click “Print Certificate”.