KM Training and Professional Development Portal
The Pathway to a KM Representative (KMR)
KM Representatives (KMRs) are staff section personnel designated as the agent of the staff principal to coordinate with the KM Section (ATP 6‑01.1). They contribute to successful KM in three main areas — knowledge brokering, advocacy, and support.
- KM Overview (Self-paced, 2 hrs)
- Army KM Basics Course (Self-paced, 3-5 days)
- KM Representative Course (KMRC) (Online and in-person; 3 days)
- KM Electives (Online, self-paced; varies)
Explore KM Career Pathways to learn the steps to achieve your KM career goals!
KM Representatives are usually the first responders to KM issues and are well-versed in their organization’s collaborative processes. They have technical skills or special training in KM and want to improve the organization and be creative and critical thinkers.
A KM Specialist provides leadership in the use of traditional and digital learning approaches to develop and implement innovative, creative, and effective strategies to capture, interpret, and share technical knowledge.
The KM Officer directs the KM section. The KM Officer ensures the processes and procedures are understood in the unit.
A Chief Knowledge Officer is an individual who has knowledge of organizational learning, knowledge architecture, knowledge asset management, knowledge technology, and innovation.