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Title: FY03 AS300 Professional Development Training Cadet Briefing


1
FY03 AS300 Professional Development Training
Cadet Briefing
2
OVERVIEW
  • Professional Development Training (PDT)
  • Definition/Objectives
  • FY03 AS300 Summer PDT Programs
  • Program Descriptions and Eligibility Requirements
  • Volunteer Process
  • Things to Consider
  • Summary

3
What is PDT
  • PDT Group of training programs designed to
  • Help cadets gain knowledge of the management
    challenges in leadership and human relations
    encountered by a junior Air Force officer
  • Provide a general orientation in Air Force
    specialties
  • Motivate cadets toward an Air Force career

4
AS300 SUMMER PDT PROGRAMS
5
AS300 Summer PDT Programs
  • Operation Air Force (OAF)
  • Pentagon Internship Program (PENT)
  • Nurse Orientation Program (NOP)
  • Army Airborne Training (AAT)
  • Field Engineering and Research Lab (FERL)
  • Combat Survival Training (CST)
  • Foreign Language Immersion Program (FLI)
  • Medical Orientation Program (MO)

6
General Eligibility Requirements
  • Whos Eligible AS300s
  • AS400s are eligible provided they meet all
    program requirements and
  • Are returning to school in the fall (DOC/DOG
    Dec 03 or later)
  • Have not participated in the same program at any
    time in the past
  • Eligibility Requirements
  • Must be contracted and meet military and academic
    retention standards specified in AFOATSI 36-2011
    both at the time of nomination and again when
    departing for training

7
General Eligibility Requirements (cont)
  • Eligibility Requirements (Continued)
  • Must meet the specific program requirements
    outlined in AFOATSI 36-2012
  • Medical standards
  • Physical standards
  • Miscellaneous (Age requirements, security
    clearances, etc)
  • Must successfully complete field training prior
    to PDT attendance

8
PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS AND SPECIFIC ELIGIBILITY
REQUIREMENTS
9
Operation Air Force
  • Objectives
  • Acquaint cadets with every day tasks, activities
    and perceptions of AF airmen, NCOs and officers
  • Motivate and educate cadets
  • OAF is divided into 4 distinct programs
  • Operation Air Force-CONUS (OAF-CONUS)
  • Operation Air Force-Overseas (OAF-OS)
  • Operation Air Force-Office of Special
    Investigations (OAF-OSI)
  • Operation Air Force-Space (OAF-SPACE)

10
Operation Air Force(OAF) (cont)
  • Program is for both AFROTC and USAFA cadets
  • General Program Requirement
  • Must not have participated in an OAF program at
    anytime in the past

11
Operation Air Force(OAF) (cont)
  • Specific Program Requirements
  • OAF-OS
  • Secret Security Clearance is Mandatory
  • Immunizations (will vary depending on location)
  • Passports are not required--a valid reserve ID
    card and travel orders are mandatory
  • OAF-OSI
  • Secret Security Clearance is Mandatory
  • OAF-SPACE
  • Secret Security Clearance is Mandatory

12
Operation Air Force(OAF) Cont
  • Program Length 3 weeks (all OAF programs)
  • Training Dates To be determined
  • Training Locations
  • OAF-CONUS Selected Air Force bases in the US
  • OAF-OSI - Selected Air Force bases in the US
  • OAF-OS Selected overseas Air Bases
  • OAF-SPACE AF Space Command bases in the US

13
Pentagon Internship (PENT)
  • Objective Provide cadets valuable Air Staff
    problem-solving experience
  • Specific Program Requirements
  • Secret security clearance is mandatory
  • Program Length 28 days
  • Training Dates To be determined
  • Training Location Pentagon, Washington DC

14
Nurse Orientation (NOP)
  • Objective Serves as a nursing internship in an
    AF hospital
  • Cadets receive hands-on training at Wilford Hall
    Medical Center in a variety of nursing
    disciplines
  • Specific Program Requirements
  • College major must be nursing

15
Nurse Orientation Program (NOP) (cont)
  • Program Length 28 days
  • Training Dates To be determined
  • Training Location Wilford Hall Medical
    Center, Lackland AFB TX

16
Army Airborne Training (AAT)
  • Objective Develop leadership, self-confidence
    and an aggressive spirit
  • Training is physically and mentally demanding
  • Severe training environment
  • Daily PT will be conducted in hot and humid
    conditions
  • Basic parachutist rating awarded upon successful
    completion

17
Army Airborne Training (AAT) (cont)
  • Physical Requirements (AFROTC Unit)
  • Must successfully complete the Army PFT (AFOATSI
    36-2012, Atch 2, Figure A2.1) and 2-mile run
    prior to nomination and again NLT 2-weeks prior
    to leaving the Det for the summermust excel in
    both
  • Physical Requirements (at Ft Benning GA)
  • Formation runs (3 to 5 miles) are conducted daily
    after strenuous exercise
  • BDUs and running shoes or combat boots
  • 7 to 9 minute pace per mile
  • Personnel are required to complete a 4-mile
    formation run within 36 minutes

18
Army Airborne Training (AAT) (cont)
  • Medical Requirements
  • Prior to program attendance, certified Flying
    Class III physical (or equivalent)
  • Physical exam (SF 88) must be less than 1 year
    old as of 30 Aug of year cadet attends training
  • Program Length 3 weeks
  • Training Dates To be determined
  • Training Location Fort Benning, GA

19
Field Engineering and Readiness Lab (FERL)
  • Objective Introduce civil engineering majors to
    Air Force civil engineering
  • Course is presented in three blocks
  • Surveying
  • Computer applications
  • Construction materials

20
Field Engineering and Readiness Lab (FERL) (cont)
  • Specific Program Requirements
  • Cadets must be Civil Engineering majors
  • Secret security clearance is mandatory
  • Program Length 5 weeks
  • Training Locations
  • 2 weeks at a CONUS or OS base and 3 weeks at USAF
    Academy, Colorado
  • Training Dates To be determined

21
Combat Survival Training (CST)
  • Objective Expose cadets to combat, aircrew,
    survival and evasion training in a realistic
    environment
  • Training is physically and mentally demanding
  • Specific Program Requirements
  • Award of Secret security clearance is mandatory
    prior to program attendance

22
Combat Survival Training (CST) (cont)
  • Medical Requirements
  • Must be medically certified by a physician IAW
    AFOATSI 36-2012, Attachment 5, prior to program
    attendance
  • Program Length 20 days
  • Training Dates To be determined
  • Training Location USAF Academy, Colorado

23
Foreign Language Immersion (FLI)
  • Objective To give cadets intensive language and
    cultural training
  • Specific Program Requirements
  • Cadets must have at least 2 full academic years
    of college-level studies in a foreign language
  • Language skills placement letter
  • Cadets must contractually agree to speak only
    their language of study for the entire training
    period
  • Tourist passports are required

24
Foreign Language Immersion (FLI) (cont)
  • Program Length 4 weeks
  • Training Location Various overseas countries
  • Cadets live with local families and study at
    local universities
  • Training Dates To be determined

25
Medical Orientation (MO) Program
  • Objective Introduce cadets who are interested
    in becoming Air Force medical doctors to military
    medicine
  • Primarily for Pre-Health scholarship recipients
  • However, other cadets contemplating a career in
    military medicine may volunteer

26
Medical Orientation Program (cont)
  • Program Length 12 days
  • Training Dates To be determined
  • Training Location Wilford Hall Medical
    Center, Lackland AFB TX

27
THE VOLUNTEER PROCESS
28
The Volunteer Process
  • PDT is voluntary
  • Apply for PDT programs at the unit
  • According to HQ, region, and unit guidelines
  • Obtain a PDT Volunteer Statement from your
    detachment
  • Volunteer for as many different programs as you
    want, provided
  • You meet ALL the eligibility (general and
    specific), medical and physical requirements
    listed for a particular program
  • You will be selected for no more than one PDT
    assignment

29
Things to Consider Before Volunteering for PDT
  • Think about which PDT programs you are interested
    in
  • Remember, some programs (AAT AFAFF) are
    physically demanding and require you to pass a
    special PFT before being nominated by the Det
    CC--start training now!
  • Discuss PDT programs, when you will be available,
    and departure locations with your family and
    employers
  • PDT is voluntary. However, once you are
    selected, PDT becomes a commitment

30
Things to Consider When Volunteering for PDT
  • Training Dates
  • Program dates are still being determined
  • HQ AFROTC/DOXS will attempt to match program
    dates with your preferences
  • May not be possible in all cases
  • Some programs are available only at certain times
  • When completing your PDT Volunteer Statement,
    enter the timeframe you prefer to attend PDT
  • Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, or Anytime

31
Things to Consider When Volunteering for PDT
(cont)
  • Decide on a departure location
  • In accordance with the Joint Federal Travel
    Regulation, authorized departure locations are
  • Home of record
  • Location of detachment
  • Upon completing training you must return to the
    same location from which you departed
  • Consider how you will travel to PDT
  • Cadets selected for training may travel by POV or
    GTR (Government provided transportation)

32
Things to Consider Upon Being Selected for PDT
  • Do you have a current reserve ID card?
  • Required for all contract cadets
  • If not, see your DP NCO immediately
  • Is a Secret clearance required? If so, do you
    have one?
  • If not, has the necessary paperwork been
    completed and submitted to get you one?

33
Things to Consider Upon Being Selected for PDT
(cont)
  • Do you need a Passport?
  • Tourist passports are required for FLI
  • Get the necessary exams/paperwork scheduled
    and/or completed for any special medical and
    physical requirements
  • Certified AM-490 (AFA Freefall)
  • Flying Class III (SF 88) less than a year old
    (AAT)
  • Medical certification (CST)
  • Immunizations (overseas travel)

34
Things to Consider Upon Being Selected for PDT
(cont)
  • Orientation flights (OAF, FERL)
  • May or may not received
  • Dependent on mission requirements
  • Not guaranteed and should not be expected
  • Physiological Training may increase flying
    opportunities
  • Units can attempt to schedule cadets for training
    at bases with altitude chambers but travel will
    not be funded by AFROTC. Cadets must pay all
    expenses (travel, lodging, meals, etc)
  • A physiological training card does not guarantee
    increased flying opportunities, but may help
    depending on the base you visit

35
SUMMARY
  • Participation in PDT is voluntary but dont
    volunteer unless youre 100 committed to go!
  • During the next few weeks
  • Think about what summer programs interest you
  • Review the info on the AFOATS web site,
    http//www.afoats.af.mil/pdt complete your PDT
    Volunteer Statement
  • Discuss the programs, available training dates,
    and departure locations with your family and
    employers deconflict as necessary
  • By 1 December 2002, you should be ready to
  • Commit to a training program and training date
  • Complete and turn in your PDT Volunteer Statement

36
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