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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING COURSES

Last Updated: 11 May 2019  


If your unit is interested in hosting any Professional Development courses, contact
Washington Wing Professional Development
at 
pd@wawg.cap.gov

Unit Commanders Course
Projected for August/September 2019
COURSE DIRECTOR NEEDED
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ORWG is presenting PD courses on June 22-23 in Aurora, OR.
An invitation has been extended to members of our Wing to participate. 

Registration forms can be found at the following address:

Squadron Leadership School (SLS)
and
Corporate Learning Course (CLC) 

Registration will close on 10 June.

SLS is a two (2) day course required for your Level II Professional Development Training. It provides members with basic understandings of CAP operations at the squadron level; the relationship to CAP’s national missions; and CAP customs, core values, and communication. Additionally, you will gain more insight from fellow participants through dialogue as you work through case studies and group discussions. 

Registration
Date: 22, 23 June 2019 
Location: Aurora Composite Squadron 23115 Airport Road NE Aurora, Oregon 97002 Prerequisite: Level 1 Completion and enrollment in specialty track 
Fee: to cover the cost of supplies, coffee, snacks, and possibly lunch - TBA 
Uniform: Corporate (White aviator combination, golf shirt) or Air Force equivalent 
Lodging: You are on your own for travel to and from the course and lodging if you choose to stay overnight. 

Registration will close on 10 June. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Major Gilman at p.gilman@orwg.cap.gov
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CLC is a two (2) day course required for your Level III Professional Development Training. The CLC presents the relationship the CAP squadron has with the next major echelon of command -- the wing. It discusses how wing-level operations help to accomplish CAP's three missions of aerospace education, emergency services, and cadet programs. It describes the working relationships wing staff officers have with each other, and their squadron level counterparts.

 Registration: 
 Date: 22, 23 June 2019 
 Location: Aurora Composite Squadron 23115 Airport Road NE Aurora, Oregon 97002         Prerequisite: Level 1 Completion and enrollment in specialty track
 Fee$10 to cover the cost of supplies, coffee and snacks 
 Uniform: Corporate (White aviator combination, golf shirt) or Air Force equivalent 
Lodging: You are on your own for travel to and from the course and lodging if you choose to stay overnight.

Registration will close on 10 June. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact LtCol Maguire at s.maguire@orwg.cap.gov  
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SUBMISSION OF PD AWARD APPLICATIONS

National Headquarters has released CAP Form 24 in
PDF format ONLY!

Therefore, Professional Development Award Applications may be submitted electronically in PDF format when using the latest version of CAP Form 24.

The signature(s) on the CAPF 24 are to be e-signatures. 
Almost any format that identifies the signer is acceptable.


Here is an example:

//signed// John W. Doe, Major

Note:  In order to verify the signature, the e-Signer, e.g., the unit commander, MUST be sent from that person's e-mail address.

Any additional documentation for these actions may also be submitted electronically in a suitable format (such as .doc/.docx, .pdf, etc.)


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