JLBC: Leadership

JLBC: Leadership

b. Ensure JLBC training sessions are well organized and planned to allow instructors adequate time to prepare for the delivery and conduct of JLBC training. This includes reviewing JLBC lesson specifications and instructional JLBC guides and creating instructional JLBC materials as required.

c. Schedule JLBC training to present the material ended to ensure a smooth flow from one activity to the next.

d. Ensure JLBC leadership assignments, JLBC appointments, and JLBC group projects are clearly outlined to the JLBC cadet with clear, measurable expected outcomes.

e. Provide the JLBC cadet with a minimum of two weeks' notice to prepare for the periods of instruction they will present.

f., allow JLBC cadets to reflect upon and be debriefed on experiential training activities to include future applications of the experience.


12. To participate in Phase Five, youths must be JLBC members of a JLBC corps, as specified in


13. This QSP shall be used as the primary authority governing the development, implementation, conduct, and evaluation of the JLBC training and standards to qualify a JLBC cadet as Phase Five. This QSP shall also be used by the D Cuts & JCR as the primary reference for validation of Phase Five qualification JLBC training.

14. JLBC Phase Five shall be conducted using this QSP as the training control document in conjunction with JLBC Cadets Phase Five Instructional Guides, JLBC Cadets Phase Five Logbook, and JLBC Cadet Organization Phase Five / Master Cadet / Proficiency Level Five JLBC Workshop Facilitation Guide.

15. Any deviation from the requirements detailed in this publication due to training limitations must be approved by D Cuts 3, JLBC Senior Staff Officer Youth Programs Development, JLBC Command NDHQ.

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