Command Language Program
By regulation, military organizations with military language professionals assigned are required to appoint a Command Language Program Manager (CLPM) who is tasked with assisting military linguist personnel in maintaining their language capabilities. The CLPM is responsible for reporting the status of language training and readiness to the commander, and is also frequently faced with trying to convince commanders to give more time for enhancement training so that assigned linguists can reach higher levels of proficiency.
To aid CLPMs managing unit language training programs, DLIFLC offers several CLPM certification courses in Monterey each year. The Command Language Program Management Office can also provide this training to units via Mobile Training Teams and is prepared to provide assist visits to CLPMs worldwide.
Whether attending the CLPM course in Monterey or via MTT, students should bring all relevant Command Language Program materials including current continuity books, SOPs, training plans, databases, etc. While a laptop computer is not a requirement, it is highly encouraged as this will allow students to work on their individual, unit programs.
For information about the Advanced CLPM Workshop, please click here.
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Contact the DLIFLC CLP Management Office
Phone: at (831) 242-5054 or (831) 242-4391
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Form: Contact Us Page (select CLPM from the drop-down list)
Send written inquiries to: Command Language Program Management Office, DLIFLC
400 Gigling Road, Room 1013, Seaside, CA 93955