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Level II: Technical Training

Welcome to Level II !  Now that you've completed Level I, you are ready for Level II.  To complete this level and earn the Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. Award, you will:

1. Become technician rated in a specialty track (earning the leadership ribbon) nearly limitless possibilities and opportunities. To view specialty track guides click here .
2.  Complete the "CAP Officer Basic Course.
3. You will also complete the Squadron Leadership School (SLS) which provides CAP's adult members with a basic understanding of CAP operations at the squadron level and how those operations affect CAP's national missions. Additionally, members learn more about CAP customs, core values, and communications. Case studies, discussion, and group assignments are integral facets of the SLS.

Should you have any questions about what you are learning in level two, please do not hesitate to talk to your mentor, unit Professional Development Officer, or unit Commander. 

Leadership Ribbon
 

The Technician Rating 
qualifies you for the Leadership Ribbon

 

Choose a Specialty
 1. Choose a Specialty

My Specialty.

 

Complete Basic Officer Course
 2. Complete Officer Basic Course

Leadership Essentials.

 

Complete SLS
 3
. Complete Squadron Leadership School

Squadron Leadership. 

 

Resources 

Other Resources


 


     To complete this level and earn the Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. Award, you will:

    1. Become technician rated in a specialty track (earning the leadership ribbon)

      

P200

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Personnel Officer

P201

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Public Affairs Officer

P202

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Finance Officer

P203

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Inspector General

P204

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Professional Development Officer

P205

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Administration Officer

P206

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Logistics Officer

P211

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Operations Officer

P212

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Standardization/Evaluation Officer

P213

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Emergency Services Officer

P214

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Communications Officer

P215

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Aerospace Education Officer

P216

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Cadet Program Officer

P217

Specialty Track Study Guide-Safety Officer (Includes Change 1, 4 Jun 08)

P218

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Plans and Programs Officer

P219

SpecialtyTrack-Legal Officer (no pamphlet-see your PD Officer)

             P220

SpecialtyTrack-Health Services Officer (no pamphlet-see your PD Officer)

             P221

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-The CAP Chaplain

P221 A, B, C

SpecialtyTrack Study Guides-Rating Levels (Tech, Senior, Master)

P223

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Historian

P225

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Character Development Officer

P226

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Recruiting and Retention Officer

P227

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Information Technology Officer

P228

SpecialtyTrack Study Guide-Drug Demand Reduction Officer

   

 

 

 

     2.  Complete the "CAP Officer Basic Course" For enrollment information click here!

 


     3.  You will also complete the Squadron Leadership School (SLS) which provides CAP's adult members with a basic understanding of CAP operations at the squadron level and how those operations affect CAP's national missions. Additionally, members learn more about CAP customs,   core values, and communications. Case studies, discussion, and group assignments are integral facets of the SLS.  Squadron Leadership Schools are administered at group or wing level and last from 12 to 16 classroom hours.  Students completing SLS are awarded a certificate of completion and this trianing is noted on their permanent record.

 For a list of upcoming SLS scheduled click HERE

This is not currently an e-learning course. This material (curriculum) is provided to help you plan your events.


SLS Directors: Please read the SLS Curriculum Guide before proceeding.  This is the first step in your planning process.

 

Block I: Preliminaries
  1.1 Welcome to Squadron Leadership School Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides
  1.2 Course Critique & Graduation Critique    
                  
Block II: Volunteer Service
Block Objective:  Understand the basic expectations associated with being a CAP officer; commit to serving as a staff officer.
  2.1 Officership and the Public Trust Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides
  2.2 Introduction to Professional Development Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides
 
Block III: Role of the Squadron & Its Staff
Block Objective: Develop an appreciation for the essential role squadrons play in CAP; acquire practical knowledge necessary for serving as a squadron staff officer.
  3.1 Squadrons: The Heart of CAP Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides
  3.2 Squadron Staff Officers Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides
  3.3 Individualized Training in Staff Specialties Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides
    
Block IV: Foundation for Leadership
Block Objective: Comprehend the leadership attitudes and skills necessary for serving effectively as a squadron staff officer.
  4.1 Introduction to Leadership Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides
  4.2 The Staff Officer as Communicator Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides
    T & Q Columbia Paper
  4.3 Creative Thinking & Problem Solving Lesson Plan Student Guide Slides

 

 

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