View: Education & Training Course Announcements (ETCA) Course Description

Course Length: 5 Days/40 Hours

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CCAF credits: 2

Course Contact: 81st TRSS/TSFB, Mr. Jeffrey Edge, Comm: 228-377-0991 / DSN: 597-0991 or Mr. Craig Edwards Comm: 228-377-5401 / DSN: 597-5401

Course Description:

‚ÄčThe instructional design for this course is asynchronous online delivery with synchronous sessions integrated as advanced organizers for each of the twelve units.  The scope of training includes qualities of an instructor, instructor roles, group dynamics, learning theories, communicative process, instructional methods, questioning techniques, multimedia, and presentation delivery.

This course is available through 81st TRSS/TSF via distance learning (myLearning). The course has numerous assignments and completion deadlines; therefore, students should not be on TDY status or simultaneously enrolled in another course which would impact their ability to meet assignment deadlines. Supervisors should consider this commitment prior to enrollment in the course. If a conflict may arise, please consider an alternate enrollment date.

Enrollment Procedures:

‚ÄčStudents must contact their Unit Training Manager (UTM) or authorized scheduler for official course requests.  For personnel assigned to AETC, please send all scheduling requests to the 81 TRSS/FacD Scheduling organizational inbox in the global address list (GAL) or  All Non-AETC personnel must work their request through their UTM and TRQI manager to be scheduled.

For more information contact Mr. Jeff Edge, DSN 597-0991/Comm 228-377-0991, or send inquires to 81 TRSS/FacD Scheduling organizational email inbox in the global address list (GAL) or at

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Training Location: 
Class Start Date/Time:  Class start date/times to be indicated in Welcome Letter from instructor to the student, only after enrollment using the enrollment procedures stated above.

Training Location: myLearning 

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