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Enlisted PME topic of latest “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” podcast

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  • Air Education and Training Command

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – A look inside the enlisted professional military education is the topic of the latest “Developing Mach-21 Airmen,” Air Education and Training Command’s professional development podcast series, released July 19.

On the pod, Senior Airman Francisco Melendez from the Air University public affairs office sits down with Tech. Sgt. Joshua Steward and Senior Master Sgt. Markesha Crawford from the Barnes Center at Air University to talk about the Enlisted Professional Military Education Instructor Course, or EPMEIC.

Topics include what the course is and who has to attend, as well as how it prepares Airmen to become instructors and get comfortable facilitating and teaching in the classroom, along with the curriculum development process.  Additionally, Crawford talks to her role as the superintendent of the team that develops the curriculum across enlisted PME, the continuum of learning & how people grow through education in their life, and a myriad of other education topics.

The professional development podcasts are designed to help communicate and inform Total Force Airmen across the globe on relevant, timely topics related to the recruiting, training, education and development fields and can be listened to on the government network on the AETC website, or via mobile application as well as on Apple Podcasts (iTunes). For Android or Google mobile users, the podcast can be found on their favorite third-party podcast phone application.  

Future episodes are set to cover a wide range of topics, including joint force training in the civil engineering career field; the classroom of the future at the Inter-American Air Forces Academy and much more.