ALMS ARMY IS AN ONLINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM THAT THE ARMY USES FOR EFFICIENT LEARNING. YOU GET THE MAIN IDEA, IS THERE MORE TO IT? READ THIS ARTICLE TO KNOW MORE.
As we live in the globalization era, technology continues to evolve as humans want their lives to be more efficient and also convenient. The ALMS is one of the results of that particular development. From time to time, technology has become essential to many areas including the Army. ALMS Army is one example of one of those technology utilizations.
What is ALMS?
The ALMS is short for Army Learning Management System dedicated to civilians and Soldiers, it is an online education and training system. This online learning service can reduce costs and schoolhouse time while providing flexibility and stability for soldiers and families. The Army is still providing updates and support, hoping that one day the ALMS can also be used on mobile devices.
How to Login to ALMS
In order to access and login into the ALMS Army, you will need to complete your registration and acquire a CAC and/or AKO account. Once you have them, follow these steps:
- Have your CAC and CAC reader ready.
- Plug in your CAC before accessing the ALMS website.
- Configure your computer web browser to make it work with a government-based website, you can view the full tutorial here.
- Go to https://www.lms.army.mil/.
- You can choose whether you want to log in using CAC or AKO, if you want to use your AKO account, enter the information needed at the login page.
Courses Available in the ALMS
Once you have successfully logged in, you will be redirected to the home page. There, you can start selecting the training courses that you want to take. As of 2021, here is the list of courses that you can take:
Transportation Branch RM Course, Supervisor’s Safety Course, Signal Branch RM Course, Risk Management Operational, Risk Management in Army Quartermaster Operation, Risk Management in Army Intelligence Operations, Risk Management in Army Fires Operations, Ordnance Branch RM Course, Manager’s Safety Course, Infantry/Armor Branch RM Course, Employee Safety Course: Rights and Responsibilities, Collateral Duty Safety Officer’s (CDSO) Course, Chemical Branch RM Course, Aviation Branch RM Course, Aviation Accident Prevention Course (AAPC), Army Contract Safety Course.
If you want to save your time, you can click “Search for Training” and type in the course that you want to participate in. Once decided, click “Begin Registration” and finish with “Complete Registration”. That concludes the brief explanation about the ALMS Army. If you require any further assistance, you can visit the contact us page here.