Started by Holding Pattern, December 02, 2019, 06:59:24 am
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Quote from: Jester on December 02, 2019, 03:12:11 pmI did NCOA a year or so ago, I'm enrolled in SNCOA now.The signup process wasn't difficult, just took a while from when I clicked the button until I actually got enrolled, with a few steps in between. The tests weren't what I was expecting based off of previous AF experience. Much more situational and scenario-based, and you have to have read the material to get the specific concepts they're looking for.
Quote from: Fester on December 03, 2019, 06:42:18 amI wish these courses were available to those without a degree.
Quote from: Holding Pattern on December 03, 2019, 06:03:16 pmThe CDCs are available, and looking at the rules, I think TECHNICALLY ALS is open to all SMs as well, but I could be mistaken on that one.
Quote from: PHall on December 03, 2019, 08:02:22 pmQuote from: Holding Pattern on December 03, 2019, 06:03:16 pmThe CDCs are available, and looking at the rules, I think TECHNICALLY ALS is open to all SMs as well, but I could be mistaken on that one.Airman Leadership School would be of little or no use to a CAP member.
QuoteProfessional Airman 30 Contact HoursThe Professional Airman curriculum is a combination of profession of arms and leadership lessons. The purpose of the Professional Airman curriculum is to facilitate the development of an ethical mind-set driven by the role of Air Force staff sergeants as military professionals in an expeditionary Air Force. Topics such as Airmanship, Customs & Courtesies, Ethical Leadership, and Emergent Leadership Issues are covered.Supervisory Communicator 21 Contact HoursThe Supervisory Communicator curriculum focuses on providing students with the knowledge to be more effective communicators in supervisory writing and speaking situations. This volume covers topics such as Communicator Skills, Culture of Engagement, Supervisory Writing, and Interpersonal Communication.Supervisor of Airmen 39 Contact HoursThe purpose of the Supervisor of Airmen curriculum is to provide skills necessary to fulfill supervisory and reporting official responsibilities and to prepare students for future responsibilities as NCOs. Specific attention is given to areas such as Standards and Discipline, Performance Evaluation, Team Leader, Diversity, Leader Influence, Introduction to Negotiating, Resources Stewardship and Continuous Improvement.
Quote from: Eclipse on December 03, 2019, 08:25:45 pmStandardize the what now?And who are these "newly minted CAP NCOs (which isn't a thing, BTW) communicating with? Each other?Supervisor of Airmen? They have no one to "supervise".
Quote from: Eclipse on December 03, 2019, 08:05:44 pmThe same can be said for AWC, ACSC, and SOS.
Quote from: Eclipse on December 03, 2019, 08:37:17 pm^None in a role related to being an NCO.
Quote from: THRAWN on December 03, 2019, 08:42:42 pmWasn't that the whole point of hatching this caper? NCOs do NCO stuff. Zeros do zeros stuff. They have all those fancy patches and everything...
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