Civil Air Patrol Professional Development Program

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  • Civil Air Patrol Professional Development Program

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

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