ARKANSAS WING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2013

ARKANSAS WING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2013

(Revised as of 10 Oct 13)

 

For 2012 the wing was very successful in having several Squadron Leadership Schools out in the field to help members who may have a difficult time coming to the wing. I appreciate those individuals who at the local units took the time to set these up and complete them.

 

For 2013 I would like to continue this way of getting the training done whenever possible.  The following guidelines are established in order to ensure the process is done properly and everyone involved benefits from the training.

 

1. Hosting. In order for a unit to host a course it should be in close proximity of other units to allow for travel and if possible not incur overnight expenses. The unit should have the capability to hold classes in a classroom environment and equipment to do slide presentations and provide training material to all students. In addition to opening it up for all members of not only the Arkansas Wing but other Wings.

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Professional Development

Director of Professional Development

Lt. Col. Larry Webster


“Man’s flight through life is sustained by the power of his knowledge.”

- USAF Academy Eagle and Fledgling Statue


The Arkansas Wing takes pride in the steps we take to provide a well rounded program for our Officer's Professional Development. Progression through the Professional Development Program builds knowledge and skills needed for Officer's to manage operations and resources within the individual squadrons and the Wing.


The program also provides the avenue that Civil Air Patrol Officer’s will need to progress in rank and position. Your journey through the Civil Air Patrol and Arkansas Wing begins here.

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