Education & Training
The Education & Training section is a customer-focused team of subject-matter experts that prepare Airmen and their Families to meet academic and career challenges for today and tomorrow. The Air Force uses this program for recruitment and retention as well as readiness.
The Education and Training Section supports long-range Air Force goals for maintaining a high-quality force by providing educational opportunities to enhance professional and personal development of our Airmen. We provide Air Force Tuition Assistance for degree completion ranging from the CCAF Associate degree to graduate degrees. We have 4 academic institutions on base to provide to a variety of degree programs for our personnel. We administer testing services for Airmen enrolled in the non-resident Professional Military Education programs , Career Development Courses, Promotion Testing, non-linguist language testing (DLPT, DLAB), specialized testing (AFOQT, AFCT, ACT, SAT, etc), and CLEP/DSST tests offered through our on-base DANTES National Test Center. The Education and Training Section also provides academic and vocational counselling, information on funding education (GI Bill and other sources) for military personnel, family members, DOD civilians, retirees, and other beneficiaries.
Applications for IPAP Commissioning Program will be accepted from 01 Oct 2019 to 24 Jan 2020. Review the application guidelines, FAQs and submission on the Knowledge Exchange (KX): https://kx.health.mil/kj/kx3/afbsceducation. If needing more information or questions contact the Education Office at 402-294-5716.
Defense Language Proficiancy Test (DLPT)
If you are a military member and in need of your Defense Language Proficiancy Test (DLPT) and/or Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) scores reported to CCAF for credit, you will need to complete DLIFLC FORM 420 and request the transcript to be sent to CCAF; please see Base Education Office for the form or further assistance.
Virtual Force Development Center
The virtual Force Development Center was designed with all Airmen in mind (active duty, reserve, guard, and civilian.) Airmen are encouraged to take time and visit the virtual center to review the free resources available to them and take the extra step towards self-development.
The one-stop site links to numerous professional development resources. The center has consolidated various self-developmental services and information to link members directly to foundational learning, professional education, and many other resources. Airmen also have access to a collection of self-paced courses, books, videos, case studies, learning tracks, executive book summaries and live events that can be accessed from your personal device.
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Hoopla is a digital media service that allows users to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, eBooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on their computers, tablets, phones, or TV. Users can register for Hoopla on the AF Portal Library & Resources page, once registered, users can borrow up to five titles per month, with no holds or waiting for availability. Titles can either be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later via the hoopla app. Please note that Hoopla does not support Internet Explorer at this time. If you have any questions at all, please contact the AF Library team: AFSVA.SVPL.firstname.lastname@example.org