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Signal Captains Career Course (SCCC)

Course Information 

  • Course Title: Signal Captains Career Course (SCCC)
  • Course Number: 4-11-C22 (CP)
  • College: Signal Leader Development College (SLDC)
  • OPR: Signal Captain Career Course (SCCC) Division
  • Status Change Date: 14 October 2020
  • Training site: CCoE& Fort Eisenhower, GA
  • Length: 20 weeks Professional Military Education (PME)
  • Managed: Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS)
  • Prerequisites: US Army Reserve Component, or National Guard Officer (1LT-MAJ for Phase 2) and 1LT-MAJ for Phase 4), Selected personnel must be graduates of a Basic Officer Leaders Career (BOLC) Course. If the officer is not Signal, then they must be branched Signal or currently serving in a Signal 25A position. All attendees must possess a Bachelor's Degree.


This course provides Signal Leaders the knowledge and skills required to become technically and tactically proficient in Unified Land Operations (ULO) as executed through decisive action, while operating within a Joint Interagency Multinational (JIM) environment. Graduates will be prepared to command and/or lead company sized units and serve as staff officers at the Battalion or Brigade level; and to utilize some of the applications available to plan and manage the Joint Battlefield Command Platform. Graduates will be empowered with the necessary tools to successfully serve as branch experts on Signal operations.

Course Scope 

The Signal Captain's Career Course equips company grade officers with the preliminary knowledge and skills necessary to serve in direct level leadership positions. The educational outcome areas are designed to produce Critical and Creative Thinkers who are effective: Leaders- who can build and lead teams, and demonstrate character and competence and who speak and write clearly, concisely and persuasively; Across Cultures- who can conduct operations and shape perceptions considering prevailing values, beliefs, behaviors and norms; Tactical-level decisive action- who can plan, prepare, execute, and assess simultaneous operations; Battalion/Brigade Staff Officers- who understand staff organizations, and can apply MDMP and other processes in a JIM environment; Decision Makers and Practitioners of Mission Command- who can apply deliberate and intuitive judgment within an ambiguous and time constrained operational environment; Trainers- who can apply the principles of training and training management IAW FM 7-0; Signal Branch Experts- who can plan and manage the Upper Tactical Internet (UTI), the Lower Tactical Internet (LTI), and Mission Command Information Systems (MCIS). Successful completion of an Initial Assessment Exercise is required at the start of the course to assess the skill level of each student.


Capstone Assessment: Students perform a variety of Signal Staff activities and are evaluated on performance. Students demonstrate application of their knowledge and skills of the MDMP, as well as demonstrating the learning outcomes, knowledge, and principles from Cyber, LTI, UTI, and MCIS as they develop their Signal Annex at the Battalion level based in a Decisive Action Training Environment.


  • Mid-Grade Learning Continuum Common Core (MLC) (Module A)
  • Introduction to Signal Operations (Module B)
  • Network Essentials (Module C)
  • Lower Tactical Internet (LTI) (Module D
  • Upper Tactical Internet (UTI) (Module E)
  • Mission Command Information System (MCIS) (Module F)
  • Cyberspace Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) (Module G)
  • Professional Development (Module H)
  • Administrative (Module I)