Army Instructor Badge requirements

The three levels of the Army Instructor Badge authorized for award are the Basic Army Instructor Badge (BAIB), Senior
Army Instructor Badge (SAIB) and the Master Army Instructor Badge (MAIB). Soldiers who are assigned to a
noncommissioned officer academy and serve in an instructor position after June 7, 2013, are eligible to be awarded the
AIB. Requirements for each badge are as follows:

•BAIB — Soldiers must meet the instructor requirements outlined in AR 614-200. They must complete the requirements
of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command regulation 600-21. They also must complete 80 hours of instruction as a
primary instructor and must meet evaluation requirements after two separate evaluations 30 days apart.

•SAIB — Soldiers must meet the instructor requirements outlined in AR 614-200. They must complete the requirements
of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command regulation 600-21 and complete the following prerequisites — the small
group instructor training course/intermediate facilitation skills course and the systems approach to training basic
course/foundation training developer course. They also must complete 400 hours of instruction as a primary instructor
after being awarded the BAIB and must meet evaluation requirements after two separate evaluations 30 days apart.

•MAIB — Soldiers must meet the instructor requirements outlined in AR 614-200. They must complete the requirements
of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command regulation 600-21 and complete all courses required for the SAIB along
with the following prerequisites — advanced facilitator skills course or the faculty development program-1 and the
evaluating instructors workshop. They also must complete 400 hours of instruction as a primary instructor after being
awarded the SAIB and must meet evaluation requirements and master instructor board requirements outlined in
TRADOC regulation 600-21.

The Army Instructor Badges are awarded promotion points as follows:
•Basic Army Instructor Badge: 15 points
•Senior Army Instructor Badge: 15 points
•Master Army Instructor Badge: 20 points

Promotion points are not cumulative for the AIB. Award of a higher level AIB will increase a promotion score by the
difference between the badges. There is no difference in promotion points between the BAIB and SAIB. For example, a
Soldier who earns the MAIB will earn 20 promotion points, not 50 (BAIB, 15 + SAIB, 15 + MAIB, 20 = 20 points.)

See also >
ACCP Course Codes    All Resident Course Codes    Valid Resident Courses for promotion Points  
New Promotion Point Calculator      UPDATED LIST Jan 2014    SSD Codes
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