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23-01-13 - January 2023

AE - Meteorology & Weather in Aviation - Join us for learning activities about how weather is created by nature and studied by scientists.  Activities will be lead by a Flight Instructor to demonstrate how weather affects an aircraft's performance.  We will also look at how airlines take steps to manage satety in extreme weather conditions.  This class is limited to 20 students.

CP - Squadron Structure & Development - Learn how to incorporate command structure, NCO/ Officer roles, and squadron scheduling to produce a functioning goal-oriented squadron. Within the course, students will be able to produce and develop a multitude of skills that they may use at their home squadrons. Instruction will be equivalent to small squadron settings (8-20 cadets), to larger squadron settings (22-40 cadets). Cadet staff training, such as Cadet Commander, Deputy Commander, and Cadet First Sergeant is also going to be covered and reviewed. Cadets with the grade of C/SSgt and above and welcome to sign up.  This class is limited to 15 students.

ES - MRO/MSA/UDF Training & Evaluation - This class will be a continuation of previous training designed to finish completing certification requirements in SQTRS for these Emergency Services qualifications areas.  This class is limited to 10 students.

PD - Logistics & Transportation -   Learn about the Logistics and Transportation question of a Unit Compliance Inspection.  We will go over how to download your inventory worksheet and then how to conduct the actual inventory. (Vehicles, Aircraft, Communications and Real Property) We will discuss items relating to vehicles. (CAPF 73s, mileage logs, maintenance) and also monthly reporting.  We will have a Q&A on LG items you need to discuss.  This class is limited to 10 students.

OJT - DFAC Course & Training - Students learn the basic fundamentals for the operation of a Dining Facility. A wide range of training includes:  Meal Planning, Inventory and Portion Control, Food Preparation using safe processes and guidelines, serving and meal period set up, clean-up and kitchen maintenance procedures. Students train under the supervision of the DFAC Manager and the Cadet Officer OIC. Class is limited to 4 students which may be a combination of Cadet and Senior Members. You must obtain a Washington State Food Worker's Card to participate in this course. To obtain this card, go to: www.foodworkercard.wa.gov.

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