Recently, the JEOC program was modified to directly support combatant command engineers deployed outside the continental United States (OCONUS).
Currently, the JEOC program is scheduled to conduct four core resident classes in training years 2011 and 2012.
In February 2010, the JEOC underwent a course review at the United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM), supported by engineer staff representatives from regional and functional combatant commands.
The review enabled the JEOC training development team to refine the course so it could be entered in the Army Training Requirements and Resource System (ATRRS) and meet the USJFCOM J-7 joint certification criteria to validate the JEOC as a course for JPME-I.
The JEOC is a blended course consisting of both a distributed learning (dL) Phase and a Resident Phase designed for selected engineer officers, senior NCOs, warrant officers, and government civilians who may serve on a joint staff.
The JEOC dL Phase is open to all engineers for self-development in JTF engineer operations.
The JEOC Distributed Learning (dL) Phase is open to all engineers for self-development in JTF engineer operations.
Enrollment in the Resident Phase of JEOC is based on priority, considering the fact that only 45 students can be accommodated per course.
In October 2004, members of the JOEB-DTWG training subworking group met at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, to discuss JEOC development.
The United States Army Engineer School's Directorate of Training and Leader Development (DOTLD) tasked its Training Integration Office to write the JEOC white paper that was distributed in March 2005 for comments from the field.
the first JEOC pilot course that will be executed as a two-phase course
Upon completion of the JEOC, the student will be able to--