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2 AFI36 2201 15 SEPTEMBER 2010,Chapter 1 CONTINUUM OF LEARNING COL 5. 1 1 Description 5,1 2 Force Development FD 5,1 3 Competencies 5. 1 4 Expected Benefits 5,1 5 Impact of CoL on Continuum of Training 6. Chapter 2 TRAINING DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY 7,2 1 AF Instructional Systems Design ISD 7. 2 2 Advanced Distributed Learning ADL 12,2 3 ETCA 15.
Chapter 3 BASIC MILITARY TRAINING BMT 17,3 1 Scope 17. 3 2 Objectives of BMT and the PSSSE Orientation Course 17. 3 3 BMT Oversight 17,Chapter 4 FORMAL TRAINING 20,4 1 Formal Training Management 20. 4 2 Special Training 27, Table 4 1 Organizations Responsible for Funding Managing and Administering Special. Training 30, 4 3 Managing Administering and Conducting AETC Type 6 Distance Learning DL 30. 4 4 Field Training 32,4 5 Initial Skill AFSC Multi Phased Training 33.
Chapter 5 AIR FORCE CAREER FIELD MANAGEMENT 34,5 1 Scope 34. 5 2 Air Force Career Field Manager AFCFM Responsibilities 34. 5 3 MAJCOM Functional Managers MFM 34,5 4 AETC Training Pipeline Managers 34. 5 5 AETC Training Managers AETC TM 35,5 6 Subject Matter Expert SME 35. 5 7 Career Field Education and Training Plan CFETP 35. 5 8 CFETP Format 35, 5 9 Utilization Training Workshop U TW Specialty Training Requirements Team. STRT Procedures 40,AFI36 2201 15 SEPTEMBER 2010 3, Chapter 6 AIR FORCE ON THE JOB TRAINING ADMINISTRATION 49.
6 1 Structure of the Air Force On The Job Training Program 49. 6 2 Higher Headquarters USAF Training Responsibilities 50. 6 3 Base Training Manager Responsibilities 53,6 4 Base 3S2X1 FM Responsibilities 56. 6 5 Commander Responsibilities 57,6 6 Unit Training Manager Responsibilities 59. 6 7 Supervisor Trainer Task Certifier and Trainee Responsibilities 62. 6 8 Training Forms and Documentation 67,6 9 CFETP or Electronic Equivalent 68. 6 10 CDC Program Management 73,Table 6 1 CDC Administration 75. 6 11 Mandatory Craftsman Course Policies and Procedures 80. Table 6 2 Assignment Availability Codes 81,Chapter 7 ANCILLARY TRAINING 84.
7 1 Program Description 84,7 2 Requirements 84,7 3 Ancillary Training Categories 84. 7 4 Program Responsibilities 86,7 5 Air Force Learning Committee AFLC 88. Chapter 8 EXPEDITIONARY SKILLS TRAINING 92,8 1 Program Description 92. 8 2 Requirements 92,8 3 Responsibilities 92,8 4 Expeditionary Skills Training Tiers 94. 8 5 Pre Deployment Training Determination 97,Chapter 9 TRAINING EVALUATION 98.
9 1 Scope 98,9 2 Evaluation Responsibilities 98,9 3 Prescribed Forms 99. Attachment 1 GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 100. Attachment 2 PREPARING AND PUBLISHING A CFETP 118,4 AFI36 2201 15 SEPTEMBER 2010. Attachment 3 OFFICER CFETP TEMPLATE 122,Attachment 4 ENLISTED CFETP TEMPLATE 132. Attachment 5 CHECKLIST FOR STRT U TW 150,Attachment 6 ASSOCIATED U TW CORRESPONDENCE 156. Attachment 7 CONDUCTING TRAINING STAFF ASSISTANCE VISITS SAV 161. Attachment 8 STAFF ASSISTANCE VISIT CHECKLIST 167, Attachment 9 GUIDE FOR INTERVIEWING PROSPECTIVE 3S2X1 RETRAINEES 174.
Attachment 10 GUIDE FOR CONDUCTING THE UNIT TRAINING MANAGER S. UTM TRAINEE ORIENTATION 178, Attachment 11 TRAINING STATUS CODES AND DEFINITIONS TABLE 181. Attachment 12 GUIDE FOR CONDUCTING THE UTM TRAINING PROGRESS. REVIEW 185, Attachment 13 MASTER TRAINING PLAN DEVELOPMENT GUIDE USING. INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS DESIGN ISD PRINCIPLES 186, Attachment 14 PROPOSAL FOR ANCILLARY TRAINING REQUIREMENT 191. Attachment 15 PRE DEPLOYMENT TRAINING DETERMINATION PROCESS 192. Attachment 16 COURSE DEVELOPMENT DECISION LOGIC PROCESS 193. Attachment 17 DL POC RESPONSIBILITIES FOR MANAGING ADMINISTERING. AND CONDUCTING DL 195, Attachment 18 FORMAT FOR MEMORANDUM TO AETC A3PZ UPON. COMPLETION OF ANNUAL COURSE REVIEW 198, Attachment 19 TRAINING DETACHMENT TD POLICY AND PROCEDURES 199.
Attachment 20 INITIAL SKILL AFSC MULTI PHASED TRAINING PROCEDURES 204. AFI36 2201 15 SEPTEMBER 2010 5,CONTINUUM OF LEARNING COL. 1 1 Description Developing Airmen is a top Air Force AF priority and developmental. efforts are key to the AF s ability to provide warfighting assets to combatant commanders These. Airmen must possess the right combinations of both occupational and institutional competencies. AF developmental efforts span a career and are referred to as a CoL It applies to all Airmen. civilian and military officer and enlisted active duty Guard and reserve components. 1 2 Force Development FD Force Development is a function of education training and. experience which produces adaptive creative knowledge enabled Airmen Total FD is designed. to be dynamic and deliberate It depends on underlying processes that integrate and synchronize. institutional requirements and senior leader perspectives FD processes are facilitated by inputs. from functional communities commanders and individual members but must remain focused. on delivering institutional AF requirements The CoL allows the AF to synchronize force. development using defined requirements, 1 3 Competencies One key portion of the requirements the part that touches all Airmen is. captured in the Institutional Competency List ICL found in AFPD 36 26 Total Force. Development The ICL serves to provide a common taxonomy underlying the CoL and to. promote consistency AF wide All occupational models that include institutional competencies. appearing on the ICL should use the labels and definitions contained in the ICL Airmen increase. their proficiency in all competencies through AF FD programs that include any combination of. education training and or experience These programs should build on each other throughout the. course of a career AF developmental activities provide an opportunity to serve and excel. maintain promotion opportunity and balance depth and breadth of experiences to AF. requirements,1 4 Expected Benefits, 1 4 1 Aligns infrastructure investments that are replicated across the AF i e systems. process definition training and maintenance, 1 4 2 Enables management to better assess track and defend development costs for the. Total Force, 1 4 3 Enables the AF to transition to a smaller force should that be required that is able to.
expand its capabilities to better support the mission s. 1 4 4 Enables an AF wide strategic FD framework to determine workforce projections. current and future competency gaps and emergent human capital needs. 1 4 5 Provides a common language and results in clearer understanding of AF FD programs. and initiatives resulting in greater management efficiencies. 1 4 6 Provides a standard foundation for determining requirements and standards for FD. 1 4 7 More clearly identifies career paths for all Airmen with defined attainable steps. 1 4 8 Provides Airmen a clearer vision of goals and expectations and an understanding of. what their performance is measured against,6 AFI36 2201 15 SEPTEMBER 2010. 1 5 Impact of CoL on Continuum of Training Based on the expected outcomes above the. CoL will standardize the requirements for FD This will enable the AF structure to reduce. unnecessary duplication within the training process minimize ancillary training demands clarify. the requirements process and establish a common training evaluation baseline. AFI36 2201 15 SEPTEMBER 2010 7,TRAINING DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY. 2 1 AF Instructional Systems Design ISD, 2 1 1 The ISD process provides a systematic approach to planning developing and. implementing training and education The goal of ISD is to increase the effectiveness and. cost efficiency of training by developing instruction based on job performance requirements. eliminating irrelevant skills and knowledge instruction from courses and ensuring graduates. acquire the necessary knowledge skills and abilities to do the job. 2 1 2 The product of the ISD process is an instructional system that is cost effective and. produces personnel who can do the job, 2 1 3 ISD Source Documents AFH 36 2235 Information for Designers of Instructional. Systems Volumes 1 13 outlines how AF personnel implement the ISD process Related ISD. publications are AFMAN 36 2234 Instructional System Development AFMAN 36 2236. Guidebook for AF Instructors and AFI 36 2251 Management of Air Force Training. Systems Each command provides additional guidance,2 1 4 Responsibilities.
2 1 4 1 MAJCOM Note The term MAJCOM when used in this publication refers to. all Major Commands MAJCOM Field Operating Agencies FOA DRU ANG and. AFRC unless otherwise indicated Additional MAJCOM responsibilities may exist within. each functional area of this AFI, 2 1 4 1 1 Ensure subordinate organizations apply the ISD process to all types and. phases of training development and management, 2 1 4 1 1 1 Formal Technical Training Course Types The 15 types of formal. training described in paragraphs 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 through 2 1 4 1 1 1 15 are used. singly or in varying combinations to meet Air Force training needs. 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 Type 1 Special Contract Training One time or limited nature. contracted with civilian industrial or educational institutions includes. commercial off the shelf courses normally used to train selected personnel to. operate and maintain new systems Often personnel in training are initial cadre. and AETC instructors who upon completion of Type 1 training return to their. technical training wing TRW or training group TRG to develop AETC. courses See AETCI 36 2219 Type 1 Training for specific information. 2 1 4 1 1 1 2 Type 2 AETC Special Training Formal training of a one time. or limited 1 year or less nature conducted by AETC instructors at an Air. Force base other military location or contractor s location normally used to. train personnel to operate and maintain new weapons or systems Type 2. courses require all course control documents POI part I and II Course Chart. Course Training Standards measurement plan and measurement devices. They do not require a CTP and can be used to rapidly stand up a course when. in house resources are available,8 AFI36 2201 15 SEPTEMBER 2010. 2 1 4 1 1 1 3 Type 3 Resident Regular Training AFS centered training of a. continuing nature conducted at an AETC base location or station It includes. courses designed for initial training retraining from one AFS to another. training on special or new equipment and procedures advancement within an. AFS and initial skill multi phased AFSC awarding courses. 2 1 4 1 1 1 4 Type 4 Field Training Technical training conducted at. operational locations may be delivered by a field training detachment FTD. or a field training team FTT The FTD mission is to qualify personnel on. new equipment and in new techniques and procedures increase personnel. skill and knowledge acquaint personnel with specific systems keep personnel. up to date on training concepts and requirements and maintain individuals at. given proficiency levels An FTD may use the area concept to provide direct. training support This concept provides field training to more than one base. location or station using the capability of a single FTD FTTs are teams of. FTD instructors who conduct training at an operational base using that base s. facilities Mobile training sets may be used Teams normally include trainers. training aids and operational equipment designed for field use but used to. support maintenance training, 2 1 4 1 1 1 5 Type 5 Training by Other U S Government Agencies. Excludes Interservice Training Review Organizations ITRO Not. consolidated collocated or an executive agent is conducted by an Army. Navy Air Force agency or unit other than AETC or other government. agencies inside or outside of the Department of Defense DoD. 2 1 4 1 1 1 6 Type 6 Distance Learning Formal training developed by a. TRW TRG or a contractor for export to students at bases of assignment. designed for students to learn without AETC course qualified instructor on. site expertise, 2 1 4 1 1 1 7 Type 7 Mobile Training Team MTT AETC instructors from.
organizations that typically provide Types 2 3 and 7 training who conduct. training at an operational base using that base s facilities Mobile training sets. may be used and usually consist of trainers training aids and operational. equipment designed for field use but used to support training. 2 1 4 1 1 1 8 Type 8 ITRO Consolidated course with the Air Force as lead. service Course faculty includes fair share instructor representation from. participating services and the host service and usually a mixture of service. personnel who teach the course, 2 1 4 1 1 1 9 Type 9 ITRO Consolidated course with another service as. lead Course faculty includes fair share instructor representation from. participating services and the host service and usually a mixture of service. personnel who teach the course, 2 1 4 1 1 1 10 Type A DoD executive agent course with the Air Force as. AFI36 2201 15 SEPTEMBER 2010 9, 2 1 4 1 1 1 11 Type B DoD executive agent course with other than the Air. Force as lead Air Force students attend these courses on a quota basis. 2 1 4 1 1 1 12 Type C ITRO Air Force collocated an Air Force course on. another service installation, 2 1 4 1 1 1 13 Type D ITRO Other service collocated another service. course on an Air Force installation, 2 1 4 1 1 1 14 Type W Wartime Training Course Course focus is on.
different tasks and or equipment trained for a wartime scenario the wartime. version of a course will have a different course number and require a separate. Supersedes AFI 36 2201V1 1 October 2002 AFI 36 2201V2 13 January 2004 AFI 36 2201V3 4 February 2005 AFI 36 2201V4 23 October 2002 AFI 36 2201V5 08 June 2004 AFI 36 2201V6 27 September 2002 Certified by AF A1DL Col James E Miner Pages 212 This instruction implements DoDD 1322 18 Military Training 3 September 2004 DoDI 1322 20 Development and Management of Interactive

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