Arlington Corporate Learning Course (CLC)

14-15 October 2017

Arlington Airport Office-Arlington, WA.

The Corporate Learning Course is part of the senior member professional development program, Level 3, outlined in CAPR 50-17.

PURPOSE:  The objective of the Corporate Learning Course (CLC) is to develop a knowledgeable corporate citizen who can contribute effectively to CAP missions in a team environment.

GOAL: The CLC will examine the wing/subordinate unit relationship, as well as our relationship to region and national organizations, and explain the CAP/USAF relationship. Armed with this knowledge, officers will understand how they and their respective units can best support the wing and fulfill the corporate role of CAP. The course provides interesting and useable materials for team building and team participation by the squadron volunteer.

PREREQUISITES:  CAP officers taking part in CLC must have completed Squadron Leadership School (SLS), and the CAP Officer Basic Course. Completion of Level II is recommended.

CLC is conducted in a classroom setting by instructors from various squadrons and the wing staff.  Class will start at 0800 sharp each day and break for lunch at noon.  Dismissal on Saturday will be in late afternoon (around 1700).  Graduation and dismissal on Sunday will be at approximately 1530.

Travel and Lodging is “on-your-own”. Students are encouraged to bring their own lunch, and eat breakfast before arriving.

Advance registration is required.  Registration is presently open and is limited to 12 students. To enroll for CLC you must submit a CAP Form 17.    To register and secure your place in the class you must have your form submitted by the deadline of 30 September 2017. You must also bring a completed CAPF 161 with you, which will be collected during the check-in process. This form will be returned to you at the end of the course on Sunday.

Registration must be completed by using the CAPF 17 (Word format) downloaded from the NHQ website ( they should be e-signed by your unit commander and forwarded to the course director at

CLC is a great opportunity to meet, mix, and network with other CAP senior officers, in an enjoyable learning experience.  Come join us.

Marc A. Konertz, Capt. CAP

Course Director