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What is Corrective Training?
Corrective training, instruction, or correction given to a Soldier to correct
deficiencies must be directly related to a deficiency. It must be oriented to
improving the Soldier’s performance in his or her problem area. Corrective
measures may be taken after normal duty hours.

Such measures assume the nature of training or instruction, not punishment.
Corrective training should continue only until the training deficiency is
overcome. Authority to use it is part of the inherent powers of command.

Care should be taken at all levels of command to ensure that training and
instruction are not used in an oppressive manner to evade the procedural
safeguards applied to imposing non-judicial punishment. Deficiencies
satisfactorily corrected by means of training and instruction will not be noted
in the official records of the Soldiers concerned.

DO:
* Correct the Soldier.

* Directly relate the training, instruction, or correction given to a Soldier for a
deficiency.

* Orient the corrective action to improving the Soldiers’ performance in their
problem area.

* Know it is acceptable to take corrective measures after normal duty hours.
Such measures assume the nature of the training or instruction, not
punishment.

* Attack the performance, never the person.

DON’T:
* Use corrective training in an oppressive manner to evade the procedural
safeguards in imposing non-judicial punishment.

* Make notes in Soldiers’ official records of deficiencies satisfactorily
corrected by means of training and instruction.

* Continue corrective training after the training deficiency is overcome.

* Give more than one correction at a time. Do not dump.

* Keep bringing it up — when the correction is over, it is over.
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