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Level Three: Management

After completing Level Two, you are prepared for Level Three.

To complete this level and earn the Grover Loening Award and the Loening ribbon, you will become senior rated in a specialty track, attend two major conferences, serve in a staff or command assignment for at least one year, and complete the Corporate Learning Course. See CAPR 50-17 for details on these requirements.

The Corporate Learning Course (CLC) discusses the relationship the CAP squadron has with the next major echelon of command -- the wing.  Specifically, CLC discusses how wing-level operations help to accomplish CAP's three missions of aerospace education, emergency services, and cadet programs.  It describes the working relationships wing staff officers have with each other, and their squadron level counterparts.

As with Squadron Leadership School, CLC is administered at the group or wing level and lasts from 12 - 16 classroom hours. 

For a list of upcoming CLC scheduled click here.

Corporate Learning Course Materials

Director's Guide

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Critique

 

Lesson   2.1  Why CAP

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Lesson   2.2  Core Values in Action

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Lesson   2.3  Resources at Work

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Lesson   2.4  Structure, Purpose &  Procedures

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Lesson   2.5  The CAP/USAF Relationship 

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Class Handout

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Lesson   3.1  Broadening Horizons

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Lesson   3.2  Introduction to Teamwork

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Class Handout

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Lesson   3.3  The Heart of a Volunteer

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Lesson   3.4  Management Principles

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Lesson   3.5  Planning & Decision Making

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Lesson   3.6  Best Practices

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Lesson   3.7  Mentoring

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