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Columbus, Georgia, 31909, United States
Posted:
August 09, 2018

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RICHARD A. LITTLE

**** *********** **. 912-***-**** Mobile

Columbus, GA 31909 ac6l21@r.postjobfree.com

LEADERSHIP HEALTHCARE BUSINESS

Organizational Management Technical Instructor Analyst

Communicator Planner Organizer Critical Thinker Problem Solver Detail Oriented Consumer Focused

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

EAGLE SYSTEMS, INC., Fort Benning, GA 07/2012 to 09/2013

Technical Instructor, Small Group Instructor Leaders Course

Designed, implemented, and facilitated Military Occupational Specialty courses for the Military Center of Excellence

Non-Commissioned Officers Academy.

One of eight instructors that taught 60 Soldiers, in groups of 15 to20, seven different subjects. Each instructor taught all subjects to their assigned groups: 1) reconnaissance and security, 2) military etiquette, 3) demolitions, 4) command and control, 5) stability operations, and management. Traveled to several military installations within the Southeast as well as Hawaii to teach these specific military courses.

Developed, reviewed and updated all courseware; implemented quality control, review and revision procedures throughout courseware development process; coordinated maintenance for classroom equipment and configurations.

Conducted operational training with the Command Post of the Future (CPOF) as well as the Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) for computer-generated forces and military training exercises.

Provided professional educational principles and theory in the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE) of training programs and products.

SNAP, INC., Fort Benning, GA 09/2011 to 04/2012

Technical Instructor, Doctrine & Training Analysis

Provided training support to the Military Center of Excellence (MCoE) Armor Senior and Advanced Leaders Residence Courses and the Mobile Training Teams (MTTs).

Implemented an aggressive study plan for students while at the Advanced Leadership Course; resulted in a 97% grade point average and selection to the Commandant’s List.

Utilized special computer software and hardware to develop, integrate and evaluate course progression.

Edited instructional text, audio, graphics, animation and video for interactive presentations. Reviewed and revised procedures throughout courseware development process.

Recipient of excellent rating throughout tenure on all instructor evaluations. Consistently established and maintained operations to meet all compliance issues throughout tenure.

US ARMY (Retired) 08/1988 to 08/2011

Senior Military Instructor, U.S Armor Brigade Training Complex, Fort Knox, KY 04/2009 to 08/2011

In a $5 million Weapons Training Complex, trained initial entry Soldiers in the proper use of weapons including safety, equipment/training/complex maintenance.

Utilized current tactical doctrine to 1) organize computer-generated forces, 2) planned offensive and defensive operations, and 3) execute command and control for both manned simulators and computer generated forces to successfully achieve customer-based training objectives.

Conducted operational training with Blue Force Trackers (BFT), Close Combat Tactical Trainers (CCTT) and Engagement Skills Trainer 2000 (EST). Developed an instructor certification program which reduced training time by 30%.

Completed System Approach to Training Workshop; received the Gold Master Instructor Badge; recognized by instructors/superiors as the “go to” person for advice on weapons systems; trained over 30,000 Initial Entry Soldiers in live fire exercises; maintained zero range accidents & 100% accountability of equipment.

Senior/Assistant Operations Manager, Fort Stewart, GA/Iraq 05/2008 to 04/2009

Ensured section’s work distribution and individual/section training of 30 Soldiers as well as maintenance in excess of $12M in assigned equipment.

Supervised the Cavalry Squadrons Tactical Operations Center charged with supervising the battle tracking for assigned units, operations training, security, and synchronizing activities across 108+ square kilometers (two patrol bases/six discrete population centers).

Facilitated an enhanced situational awareness of airspace issues for the Brigade Commander and his staff, allowing them to focus command and control on the battlefield.

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EDUCATION

COLUMBUS TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Columbus, GA, Healthcare Science, 09/2015 to Present

Relevant Coursework: Anatomy & Physiology I, II; Chemistry I, Medical Terminology for

Allied Health Science, Psychology, Legal and Ethical Concerns in the Medical Office, Basic Life Support (BLS)

ASHFORD UNIVERSITY, San Diego, CA, B.A. in Organizational Management, 08/2014, GPA 3.5

Relevant Coursework: Supervision Principles, Strategic Planning for Organizations, Basic Supervision, Personnel Supervision, Supervisory Management, Leadership, Introduction to Automobile Service, Maintenance Management, Records and Information Management, Maintenance Management, Computer Literacy

CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE, Killeen, TX

Relevant Coursework: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Fundamentals of Criminal Law, Juvenile Justice System, Police Systems and Practices, Child Abuse, Prevention and Invest

EL PASO COMMUNITIY COLLEGE, El Paso, TX, Hours Earned 12.00

Relevant Coursework: Law Enforcement, Courts Criminal Procedures, Criminal Investigation, Crime in America

TRAINING / COMPUTERS

US ARMY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Small Group Instructor Leaders Course, 2011

Army Basic Instructor Course, 2011

Systems Approach to Training Workshop/Automated Systems Approach to Training, 120 hours, 2009

Basic Instructor Tracking, 1 week, 2002 Advanced Noncommissioned Officer, 6 weeks, 2007

BCE and IO, 40 hours each, 2005 OBS/CONTR CRS, 2 weeks, 2004

Scout Leaders Course Mobile Training, 2004 Substance Abuse,Recertification,2007

Officer Candidate Academy Class, 3 weeks, 2004 Operator Training for the M2A2 ODS, 80 hours, 1997

Basic Noncommissioned Officer, 8 weeks, 2002 Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Defense, 2 weeks, 1996

Combat Life Savers Ccourse/Recert, 1 week, 2002/1997 Defense Hazardous Materials/Wast Handling, 1995

Primary Leadership Development Course, 4 weeks, 1995 Defense Reutilization & Marketing, 1 week, 1995

German Headstart, 3 weeks, 1998

Emergency Program Manager. 1995 Emergency Prepardedness/Hazardous Materials, 1995

COMPUTERS

Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Linux, Blackboard, Adobe CC Suite Learning Management Software

AWARDS

US ARMY AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS

Bronze Star Medal (2006, 2003) Meritorious Service Medal (2011, 2009, 2009, 1998)

NCO Provisional Award Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal (3)

Armed Forces Expendationary Medal (2) Armed Forces Service Medal

Army Commendation Medal (2009,2008, 2003, 1998, 1991) Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Army National Defense Service Award (2) Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

Army Achievement Medal (5-2000, 1994, 1991, 1991, 1989) Order of the Cobra Award (2007)

Army Good Conduct Medal (7th award- 2001, 1998) US Army/US Airforce Presidential Unit Citation

Iraq Campaign Medal with 3 Campaign Stars Valorous, Unit Award

SW Asia Service Ribbon w 3 Bronze Service Stars SW Asia Service Medal w 3 Bronze Stars

NATO Medal, 1999, UN Metal Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia)

Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait)

In-processing Training Center & German Headstart, 3 weeks, 1998

Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (3), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon

Plus numerous appreciation/recognition certificates

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