GLR Region Staff College
2019 Great Lakes Region Civil Air Patrol
Region Staff College
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton Ohio.
2-7 June 2019
(1800 Sunday – 1200 Friday)
WHAT IS REGION STAFF COLLEGE?
Civil Air Patrol’s Region Staff College (RSC) is designed to prepare selected mid- career CAP Senior Member officers with top quality professional development skills in leadership, communication and management topics. In addition Staff College participants benefit from an enhanced understanding of the Civil Air Patrol organization at policy-making levels.
The “New” Region Staff College curriculum encompasses study in a wide array of areas including:
• Management of people and resources
• Interpersonal communications
• Principles of organization
• Problem solving
• Written communications
• Group dynamics
• CAP mission accomplishment at the Region level
Region Staff College is taught by a variety of highly qualified individuals including CAP Commanders, Air Force instructors, and CAP Members who teach profession- ally as well as those who are executives in their civilian careers. Each staff member is carefully screened and selected based on their experience.
WILL ATTENDING RSC BENEFIT MY CIVIL AIR PATROL CAREER?
Region Staff College will help you to better execute duties and responsibilities associated with CAP command and staff positions. Leading CAP volunteers is uniquely challenging, requiring CAP commanders and supervisors to balance their volunteer members’ work and family needs, as well as the needs of their unit. RSC can help you enhance your leadership abilities.
In addition Region Staff College is a requirement for completing Level IV of the Senior Member Professional Development Program. Completion of Level IV is a requirement for promotion to CAP Major.
WILL ATTENDING REGION STAFF COLLEGE HELP ME AT MY WORK?
Absolutely! The basic skills taught at Region Staff College are in great demand by employers in all industries. Flip through the Classified Sections in any newspaper and you’ll read advertisements from employers looking for people with management and communications skills — the same skills you’ll find at RSC!
AM I ELIGIBLE TO ATTEND?
To be eligible to attend the Great Lakes Region Staff College, you must be an active CAP Senior Member with no specific grade. However, you must have completed SLS, CLC, Level III and be current with the CAP Safety Education Program.
Acceptance Based On Receipt of First Approved Applications Accompanied By Fee
(Sorry, Patron Members and Cadet Sponsor Members are not eligible.)
HOW LONG IS REGION STAFF COLLEGE?
The GLR Region Staff College will begin on Sunday, 2 June 2019, at 1800 hours, and end at 1200 hours on Friday, 7 June 2019. All course materials are provided.
BILLETING, MEALS & TRANSPORTATION
On-base billeting is not available. Arrangements have been made for billeting at the Wright State University Student Union adjacent to Wright-Patterson AFB at very affordable rates. Breakfast and lunch meals eaten at the Pitsenbarger Dining Hall on base will be reimbursed by the RSC . Dinner meals and meals eaten off-base are not reimbursable by the RSC. You must provide your own transportation to and from the activity.
AT FEES YOU CAN AFFORD!
Region Staff College is extremely affordable. Commercial programs equivalent to RSC can cost hundreds and even thousands of dollars! Registration fees of $135.00 are due with your application to the Region Staff College.
APPLY EARLY—SPACES ARE LIMITED
Application for RSC is easy. Just log on to the Great Lakes Region website for the RSC and complete the registration form.
In addition you will have to complete a CAPF 17 as a PDF file and upload it where the application form says “Attach Completed CAPF 17.” This form must be forwarded through your chain of command and be approved by your Wing Commander prior to uploading.
After you have clicked on the “Submit” button, you will be taken to the payment page.
You may pay by PAYPAL or other approved credit cards.
Upon acceptance to the Region Staff College, you will receive notification which will contain all the information you will need. If you do not receive notification after a reasonable length of time, request that your Unit or Wing Professional Development Officer inquire into the status of your application.
APPLY EARLY—SPACES ARE LIMITED
Application Receipt Deadline Is 15 April 2019 !!