Director of the Air Force Reserve Command
Professional Development Center
Col. Harold Linnean
Chief Enlisted Manager
Chief Master Sgt. Conrad Dawes
This course helps to prepare Senior Master Sergeants who have been selected for promotion to Chief Master Sergeant for their role as a Chief within in their organizations. Participants will gain an understanding of the requirements and expectations associated with the responsibility that comes with becoming a Chief Master Sergeant in today’s Air Force.
This course prepares attendees to effectively represent and lead as a Command Chief. Participants will gain an understanding of their CCM role, requirements, expectations, and their relationship to Air Force missions.
This course provides senior NCOs the opportunity to explore in-depth communication, trust, teamwork, and current AFRC leadership initiatives. Students will learn techniques to convey basic leadership and teamwork proficiencies.
This course is designed to deliver mid-level enlisted personnel (E-5 and E-6) with the leadership and management training needed to perform their roles effectively as tactical leaders. Specifically, the course focuses on NCO core competencies such as; employing military capabilities, individual readiness, managing organizations and resources, strategic thinking, leading people, effective communications, and embodying airman culture. Students also receive assistance with improving their bullet writing skills for EPRs, ACA, and awards & decorations.
This course exposes potential facilitators to skills and knowledge required to become an AFRC Enlisted Facilitator. This fast paced course challenges members to develop and deliver presentations within a short suspense. Students will be selected to continue in the course based on a summative evaluation which will include their potential to facilitate both the SNCO Leadership Course and the NCO Leadership Development Course.
This course is to provide the IARS participating nations with a leadership course for Non-Commissioned officers, where they will be able to expand their leadership concepts through exposure to and discussion of leadership theory and practice as well as to foster interaction with other nations to better understand differing military cultures.
This course provides Mobilization Assistants an overview to understanding key HQ AFRC functions that impact their MA role. MA performance, roles and responsibilities will be discussed.
This course provides Reserve Advisors (RA) an overview and understanding of key HQ AFRC functions that impact their Reserve advisory role. The course is designed to enhance the working relationship and communication process between the RA and staff members assigned to HQ AFRC.
This course prepares newly assigned AFRC Wing and Group Commanders for their assignment by providing an overview of key AFRC functions, unit challenges, concerns and initiatives.
Provides newly selected SQ/CCs with the most instrumental principles and hands-on tools to successfully execute the mission, lead people, manage resources, and improve the unit. The goal is to empower Squadron Commanders to address recruiting, readiness, and retention challenges as well as lead and develop combat-ready Airmen.
This course provides Air Force Reserve junior officers an exciting opportunity to interact with International Air Reserve officers while being exposed to an array of leadership tools, discussions, and exchange of ideas within a multi-cultural environment.
Purpose is to bridge the gap between the tactical Company Grade Officer and the operational Field Grade Officer. Primary focus of addressing the challenges associated with balancing today’s readiness with tomorrow’s new centers of power and capabilities in a more volatile and unpredictable world through the strategic use of the art of leadership.
Air Force Future
Air Force Handbook 36-2618
Human Capital Annex to the Strategic Master Plan