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  • Air Force Learning Professionals now have online presence

    The Air Force now has an online solution to bring learning professionals together with the launch of the Air Force Learning Professionals website in late December 2019. The site, https://www.learningprofessionals.af.mil, provides news, resources and information to help learning professionals develop and innovate.
  • AETC Learning Wi-Fi Service begins roll out across the command

    In an effort to expand learning opportunities for Airmen and enable training and education from any device, Air Education and Training Command has begun a project to install commercial wireless Internet across the command called the AETC Learning Wi-Fi Service.
  • Advance Force Development: Forging a new mindset through occupational competencies

    As part of the process to scale force development across the enterprise, Air Education and Training Command’s occupational competencies branch is working to forge a new training mindset by assisting career field managers with the development of occupational competency models for the Air Force’s 266 career fields.
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  • AETC to host Force Development Summit December 16-17

    As part of the effort to better develop the Airmen required to support the Air Force we need, Air Education and Training Command will hold the first-ever Force Development Summit here December 16-17, 2019.
  • Strategic partnership of innovation: PTN, NASA launch two-part collaborative research agreement

    Officials from Air Education and Training Command’s Pilot Training Next have established a strategic partnership with NASA, focused on biometric data collection and the application of emerging technology into PTN curriculum that will innovate the student pilot learning environment.
  • After a break in service, Sheppard Airman ACEs AGE course

    Some of us are side-seekers, preferring to stand near the walls, away from the center of attention, anywhere outside the spotlight is our comfort zone … but it gets tricky for us side-seekers when one excels.
  • “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” podcast explores student-centered learning in communities of practice

    A look inside what student-centered learning in communities of practice is with Dr. Kristen Lewis from the 381st Training Group at Vandenburg AFB, Calif., is the focus of episode 12 of Air Education and Training Command’s “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” professional development podcast series, released June 24.
  • “Learning 2030” topic of latest “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” podcast

    Episode 11 of Air Education and Training Command’s “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” professional development podcast series, released June 10, dives into learning trends today that will help the command shape the future learning environment of 2030's. On the pod, Dr. Christine Covas-Smith from the HQ, AETC Future Environments division, discusses where the command needs to head in terms of learning in the future and why we have to consider the trends now in order to shape learning in 2030.
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