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1 April 2015

L’art d’être un militaire-diplomate: D’un rôle implicite à une fonction explicite

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Author: Francis Clermont

Introduction: The purpose of this article is to present ways in which the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) can continue the transformation of the non-commissioned member (NCM) professional development (PD) system that began at the turn of the 21st Century. More specifically, the article will demonstrate that there is a need for the institution to develop and incorporate more cognitive, intellectual and communication skills and abilities in its common and foundational PD courses and in its education system, in order to that training reflects the nature of the duties that CAF members are expected to perform as professionals in the arms.

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