The Hurlburt Field Education & Training program supports long-range Air Force goals for maintaining a high-quality force, and enhancing professional and personal development, recruitment, retention, and readiness. The program provides excellent, cost effective educational opportunities - from basic skills through graduate level degrees through its tuition assistance, testing, and counseling services. Additionally, services for counseling with the Community College of the Air Force.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 7am-4pm Wednesday: 8:30am-4pm
Tel: (850) 884-6724 | (850) 884-4705 | (850) 884-7856 | (850) 884-6005
Base/Civilian Formal Training
Tel: (850) 884-6001
Civilian email: email@example.com | Tel: (850) 884-6856
Formal Training: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: (850) 884-6004
To schedule a Course 14, 15 exam call (850) 884-6724.
To schedule day and time to take the following tests:
SOS, ALS, DLAB, DLPT, FAA, AFRAT, Course 14, 15; call (850) 884-6724.
Resources and Helpful Information
CCAF accepts only official transcripts from civilian institutions. The transcript must be mailed or transmitted directly from the civilian institution to CCAF. CCAF will not accept transcripts marked "Issued to Student," unofficial transcripts”, or faxed transcripts. Transcripts are not acceptable from students, counselors, recruiters, or any other third party.
Your school will need to mail your transcript to:
CCAF/DESS 100 South Turner Blvd Maxwell AFB, Gunter Annex AL 36114-3011
CCAF also accepts electronic transcripts from schools that use the vendors listed below. The transcripts are official and secure from alteration. Students will need to log onto their school’s website to order the transcripts. CCAF has an account established with each vendor. Students will need to select Community College of the Air Force or type email@example.com as the receiving institution. Electronic transcripts will only be accepted from these vendors. CCAF will not accept electronics transcript links from students or any third party.
Just a reminder that the Florida Advisory Council on Military Education has four scholarship opportunities available:
* 1. Active duty, guard, or reserve service member of the U. S. Armed Forces
* 2. Spouse of any active duty, guard, or reserve service member of the U. S. Armed Forces
* 3. Veteran with an honorable discharge (must provide documentation)
* 4. Wounded veteran who is enrolled in the Wounded Warrior Program (WWP), or registered as WWP alumni (proof of enrollment or alumni status for verification); reside in the state of Florida and be currently degree-seeking and actively enrolled with an institution of higher learning (i.e., community college, college or university)
Scholarship applications must be postmarked by March 10, 2017. Application and information available at: http://www.fla-acme.org/scholarships/
KUDER JOURNEY available on www.dantes.kuder.com
A benefit that can help you prepare for your future.
This Career and Transition System, which is specifically designed for the US Military, is a comprehensive online resource to help you plan for the future. Learn about your interests, skills and work values and use those results to build a personal career plan, explore occupational information and plan for your future success.
Create an account on www.dantes.kuder.com
Career Skills Program
Career Skills Programs (CSP), such as apprenticeships, on-the-job (OJT) training, job shadowing, employment skills training, and internships offer skills training opportunities to Airmen (officers and enlisted) preparing to transition from military to civilian employment
- To be eligible, an Airman must complete at least 180 continuous days on active duty and is expected to be discharged or released from active duty within 180 days of starting the CSP
- Coordination and planning of a successful application may require as little as 30 or more than 180 days or more depending on assorted variables. Begin coordination 12 months prior to your projected ETS or retirement
- Participation by an Airman is self-initiated, applications must be validated by the Education and Training Section Chief and final approval is granted by the Unit/Squadron Commander authorized to impose non-judicial punishment in the Airman’s chain of command
- Applicants will work with their Transition Goals, Plans, Success (TGPS) or other locally designated guidance counselor to gather data and complete their application
- CSP must offer a high probability of post-service employment with the provider or any employer and offer enrollment at no cost or minimal cost to the Airman
- CSP should improve the Airman’s level of skill and broaden the range of skill by building directly upon the occupational skills acquired during military service
- CSP should improve or provide skills that may not relate to the occupational skills acquired in the military
The occupational area in which CSP is offered should:
- Be in sufficient demand in the civilian workforce with high probability of post-service employment
- Offer a rate of pay in the civilian workforce that is commensurate with the knowledge skills, and abilities required to successfully perform the occupation
- Offer reasonable prospects of advancement, especially if it is an entry-level position
The four (4) types of Career Skills Programs are:
- Apprenticeships – are generally a combination of on-the-job training (OJT) and related instruction that may be sponsored jointly by an employer and union groups, individual employers, or employer association.
- Internships – a type of work experience for entry-level job-seekers. Internships may be completed in federal, state, or local government, or in the private sector and may consist of OJT and work experience.
- On-the-Job Training - job skills learned at a place of work while performing the actual job
- Job Shadowing - is a type of OJT work experience that is normally performed in one day, where individuals learn about a job by observing the day-to-day activities of someone in the current workforce
For additional information contact the Hurlburt Field Education Center:
(850) 884-6724 or email 1SOFSS.FSDE@us.af.mil
The Supervisor Resource Center (SRC) is an on-line clearinghouse developed to make Air Force tools and no-cost resources for supervisory and leadership development readily available. Features include:
•Learning Programs for Emerging Leaders and Supervisors centered around the Air Force Institutional Competencies saving the busy supervisor time. Included are AF e-Learning courses, books, simulations, skillbriefs, and job-aids to jump-start learning and development. Courses include an assessment tool to provide a focused learning experience.
• Resources tailored to three levels of learning: Emerging Leaders, First Time Supervisors, and Seasoned Supervisors.
• Learning and Development Roadmaps to help supervisors guide their employees down an appropriate development path.
•Links to Mandatory Supervisory training course registration for New Supervisors.
• Access to hundreds of AF e-Learning courses, books, video challenges, Business Impact series learning tools, simulations, and links to professional sites such as the Center for Creative Leadership, Harvard business School, Wharton Center for Leadership and Change Management, Leadership Now and Forbes.
• Short, video snippets from proven Air Force Leaders speaking from personal experience about leadership and supervision.
•Access the SRC via the Air Force Portal. At the Portal Main Page, select the “Life and Career” tab followed by the “Force Development (FD)” pull down. On the left navigation, select “Supervisor Resource Center.”
Are you an Air Force Active Duty or Civilian member who needs just-in-time self-development tools? The Air Force has a solution for you! AF e-Learning is an on-line self-development tool that is free and available 24/7. It contains a large, searchable collection of courses, books, simulations, and other e-learning resources. Includes thousands of on-line courses and books with searchable content. Set up feeds to notify you when new books arrive, plus much more; mobile “On the Go” options so you can download certain content to your smart phone, Kindle, or iPad and a Leadership Knowledge Center portal utilizing one of the topical learning roadmaps with links to related books, articles, courses, video challenges, simulations, and professional sites such as The Center for Creative Leadership, Harvard Business School, Hale Chief Executive Leadership Institute, Wharton Center for Leadership and Change Management, Leadership Now and Forbes. Access AF e-Learning via a link located on the Air Force Portal home page under ‘Top Portal Links and Education/Training/Force Development.
Walk-in services for CLEP & DANTES will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 AM and 11:30 AM. Testing is located in Building 90220, in Classroom B. The DSST Principals of Public Speaking objective portion of the test is also available at 8 AM and 11:30 AM. Examinees taking the Speech exam will be administered the speech delivery portion of the test at 2:30 PM. For more information, contact Education Services at (850) 884-6724. *Note - Services offered for Active Duty and reservists only. Call (850) 884-6724 for inquiries.
The AFOQT is offered at the Military Personnel Section (MPS), Room 148, for more information and to schedule your test, please call (850) 884-5400.
SOAR offers active duty enlisted personnel the opportunity
to earn a commission who can complete all bachelor degree and commissioningrequirements in 2 to 4 years as an Air Force ROTC cadet.
For program information, applicant requirements, selection process,eligibility, and the application process, visit the AFROTC website:
Send SOAR packages electronically to the MAJCOM Functional Management
Email Org Box: AFPC.DPSIE.Workflow@us.af.mil NLT 15 September 2017.
Please use this structure in the Subject line: SOAR Package_Applicant
Scan all documents to a single PDF Document
ALL waiver requests are due to HQ AFROTC/RRUE No Earlier Than (NET) 15 July and No Later Than (NLT) 1 September each year. Follow application
directions for submission.
Each MAJCOM/FOA/DRU (and the Small Units board) submits the nomination packages for their SOAR applicant NET 1 September and NLT 15 October to a
follow-on board at Maxwell. Packages that are incomplete or ineligible will be rejected.