Started by Picy3, May 31, 2019, 06:48:45 am
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Quote from: Picy3 on May 31, 2019, 06:48:45 amSo I'm going to CDTA (Cyber Defense Training Academy) this year and one of my goals for the year was to obtain my Cyber badge. The only thing holding me from this is completion of step 2 for getting the basic rating:"2. Complete the activities set forth in the CAP Introduction to Cyber Security Activity Guide. This involves classroom and hands-on activities comprising approximately 20 contact hours. The modules are designed as a squadron-level project for weekly meetings and one or two weekend days.)"I have asked about having this taught at my squadron and gotten a definative no instead saying we will be doing the course next year most likely. Now it would seem to me that going to the academy would hold the same if not even more training that I would recieve from having the Intro to Cyber security taught to me. My question is aside from having it taught to me at my squadron is there any other routes I could take to get the same credit for it And/OR would it be at all possible to count going to the academy as completion of it? I've obviously never been to the academy so I wouldnt know if it would be a good comparison to having the same stuff taught but in the mandatory course we had to do to attend the academy there was a lot of the information that is also in CAP Intro to Cybersecurity.I obviously know I shouldnt be thinking I can just "swap" one thing for another and use that to get the badge but since a prerequisit for the next rating is just mainly (At least for me) completion of CDTA I thought I might as well ask.
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