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Civil Air Patrol Professional Development Program Civil Air Patrol Professional Development Program Presentation Transcript

  • Progressing through theCivil Air Patrol Professional Development Program Col Stan Skrabut, CAP Wywg.pdo@capwyhq.org @wywgcap
  • With budget cuts, Civil Air Patrol is asked to raise its level of professionalism.
  • You are an officer in the Civil Air Patrol.
  • You seeing everyone progressing and you are not sure how to advance in the program.
  • You want to know the next steps in your program.
  • Let me show you how to excel in Civil Air Patrol.
  • Executive Command and StaffThe Civil Air Patrol program has five Management levels. Technical Training Foundation
  • The first and only mandatory level is Level I, Foundations. Foundation
  • You must complete the six part Foundations Course. History and Organization Leadership Policies Foundations Course Core Values Uniforms Customs and Courtesies
  • Cadet Protection Program Training is intended to increase awareness of child abuse.
  • Operations Security Awareness is intended to increasemember awareness of information and operations security.
  • Equal Opportunity Training explains CAP’s policy on nondiscrimination.
  • Introductory to CAP Safety Training motivates members to adopt a positive safety culture.
  • By completing Level I, you will earn the Membership Award and be eligible for 2d Lt after 6 months of membership.
  • Level II, Technical Training level is designed toacclimate you to performing in your squadron. Technical Training Foundation
  • Enroll in and earn technician rating in at least one Specialty Track.
  • CAP Officer Basic Course provides study in areas essential to becoming an effective CAP leader.
  • Squadron Leadership School enhances a seniormember’s performance at the squadron level.
  • With a technician rating, you will earn the Leadership Award and be eligible for 1st Lt after 18 months as a 2d Lt.
  • By completing Level II, you will earn the Davis Award,and be eligible for Captain after 24 months as a 1st Lt.
  • Completing the Yeager Award requirements earns you an embossed seal on your Davis Award.
  • Level III, Management level is designed to acclimate you to performing at the corporate or wing level. Management Technical Training Foundation
  • You must first earn the Davis Award.
  • One year of experience in a command or staff position, positions are listed in CAPR 20-1.
  • You must progress to the senior rating in your specialty track.
  • You must attend two conferences or attend an Aerospace conference.
  • You must complete the Corporate Learning Course.
  • With a senior rating, you will earn a bronze star for your Leadership Award Ribbon.
  • By completing Level III, you are eligible for the Grover Loening Aerospace Award.
  • With Level III completed, you will be eligible for Major after 36 months as a Captain.
  • Level IV, Command and Staff is designed for members who desire to become high-level CAP leaders. Command and Staff Management Technical Training Foundation
  • You must first earn the Loening Award.
  • Two years of experience in a command or staff position, positions are listed in CAPR 20-1.
  • You must progress to the master rating in your specialty track.
  • Complete one of the following: Hands-on AE program
  • Complete Region Staff College (RSC) or its approved PME equivalent
  • Serve in a director or staff member capacity in a CAP approved course or conference.
  • With a master rating, you will earn a silver star for your Leadership Award Ribbon.
  • By completing Level IV, you are eligible for the Paul E. Garber Award.
  • With Level IV completed, you will be eligible forLieutenant Colonel after 48 months as a Major.
  • Level V, Executive is for those officers performing duty as commanders or staff officers. Executive Command and Staff Management Technical Training Foundation
  • You must first earn the Garber Award.
  • Three years of experience in a command orstaff position, positions are listed in CAPR 20-1.
  • Conduct a Level I Foundations Course summary conversation.
  • Serve in a director or staff member capacity in a CAP approved course.
  • Attend National Staff College or complete its approved PME equivalent.
  • By completing Level V, you are eligible for the Gill Robb Wilson Award.
  • Awards are not automatic, you must apply for them on a CAP Form 24.