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Picy3
Recruit

Posts: 15
Unit: PCR-WA-015

« on: May 18, 2018, 10:43:10 PM »

I have been in CAP for a year now and was wondering about all those tests/courses there are on eservices.

Now I have done the model rocketry ones  ;D, GES, continuing ES parts 1-3, ICUT  :-\, OPSEC, wing runner course and some others BUT was wondering if there are some that I should be doing or just could do for A or No reason.

Such as things for more ES qualifications and/or working twards goals.

If this seems like a dumb question then do ignore but its just something that was on my mind. ???

Thanks,
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Master Sergeant and flight Sergeant.

Rocketry badge, SAR GTM3 badge and one year of cap as of april 1~7 (sometime between there), No encampment until July 7.
Jester
Seasoned Member

Posts: 306

« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2018, 12:02:19 AM »

Basic Instructor Course.
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arajca
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Posts: 4,248

« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2018, 01:31:28 AM »

There are a number of communications modules you could work on.
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GZCP31
Recruit

Posts: 31
Unit: Somewhere

« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2018, 09:28:14 AM »

Take all of the FEMA courses. ICS100, ICS200, ICS700, ICS800, and if your can find them close ICS300 and ICS400

ICS300 and ICS400 combined is 1 week of classroom training. 3 days for 300 and 2 days for 400. Also Basic Risk Management.

Some of these are required for basic ES qualifications such as GTM and MRO,  and others will be needed for the more advanced ES qualifications.  I always recommend my unit members take these as soon as possible as most do not expire. With Summer arriving and Cadets with more free time, I put these on the to-do list to complete prior to School starting in the fall.

I also agree that the Communications test section are always good to do. You can also work on the Technician specialty track for Communications to get your Communications badge even as a cadet.
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