Continuum of Learning

Air Education and Training Command is reimagining the way Airmen learn through the Continuum of Learning, a paradigm shift in education, training and the capitalization of experiences. This video explains modular learning.
Air Education and Training Command is reimagining the way Airmen learn through the Continuum of Learning, a paradigm shift in education, training and the capitalization of experiences. This video explains blended learning.
Air Education and Training Command is reimagining the way Airmen learn through the Continuum of Learning, a paradigm shift in education, training and the capitalization of experiences. This video explains on-command and on-demand learning.
Air Education and Training Command is reimagining the way Airmen learn through the Continuum of Learning, a paradigm shift in education, training and the capitalization of experiences. This video explains competency based learning.
Air Education and Training Command is reimagining the way Airmen learn through the Continuum of Learning, a paradigm shift in education, training and the capitalization of experiences. This video explains the Airmen's Learning Record.

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Force Development is a holistic, learner-centered approach that deliberately connects our Airmen’s training, education and experiences throughout their careers to Develop the Airmen We Need to succeed in complex, multi-domain operational environments.

Force Development NEWS

  • Class 20-E graduates virtual Airman Leadership School

    Goodfellow graduated it’s first completely virtual Airman Leadership School, Class 20-E, here July 9.
  • Sheppard NCOA mission doesn't falter amid global pandemic

    The Sheppard AFB NCO Academy launched its first virtual class June 15, 2020, in the face of COVID-19, and the format, although new, is flourishing.
  • LEAP Spotlight: Capt. Lesly Toussaint

    Spotlight on Language Enabled Airman Program scholar Capt. Lesly Toussaint, who speaks Haitian Creole, French, and English and through LEAP, has developed professionally through insight and critical thinking.
  • 95 Cadets Selected for AFCLC’s Language Enabled Airman Program

    After a virtual selection board process this spring due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Air Force Culture and Language Center (AFCLC) selected 95 Airmen for the Language Enabled Airman Program (LEAP) out of 208 applicants. This year also marked the first year candidates were selected for LEAP from a branch other than the United States Air Force; seven of the LEAP selectees will eventually enter the United States Space Force.
  • LEAP Spotlight: Master Sgt. Alain Mukendi

    Spotlight on Language Enabled Airman Program scholar Master Sgt. Alain Mukendi, who last year had the opportunity to assist the U.S. Army Cadet Command summer program in a six-week training mission to the Republic of Congo as linguistic and cultural regional subject matter expert.
  • A new road towards a degree

    Angelo State University and Goodfellow came together to sign in an agreement that will allow members of the 17th Communications Squadron, and military member sharing similar types of credits or training, to transfer their technical course work towards a baccalaureate degree at ASU’s Houston Harte University Center, June 15.
  • New changes coming to EPME

    Over the last three years, our Air National Guard and Air Education and Training Command has been working with the Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education to update and evolve Enlisted Professional Military Education.
  • GAFB, community solidifies shared educational enhancement

    Following the directive of the National Defense Strategy, Goodfellow is the first Air Force base to virtually sign a Memorandum of Understanding with its local community to establish a Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence at the base, June 11.
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