Course Descriptions:

Cadet Basic Course (CBC)
Target Audience: C/Amn-C/SrA

Prerequisites: Curry Achievement

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Student Slotting Priority:
  1. TBW


Cadet Non-Commissioned Officer’s School (C/NCOS)
Target Audience: C/SrA – C/CMSgt

Prerequisites: Mary Feik Achievement

Are you beginning to take on leadership roles at your unit? Are you looking for the tools to do so? If so, NCOS is the course for you. Based on the time-tested Washington Wing NCOS curriculum and the experiences of our talented and unique Cadet and Senior instructors, WAWG's NCO training is beyond compare! Master advanced drill and ceremonies and powerful D&C instruction techniques; bring applied meaning to your leadership texts; learn how to recruit, train, and retain; begin to practice setting team and personal career goals; and learn the art of sharpness.

Student Slotting Priority:
  1. Current Cadet Line Staff NCOs
  2. Current Cadet Support Staff NCOs
  3. Non-Staff C/SrA - C/CMSgt (in grade order)


Dining Facilities Basic Training  (DFAC/B)
Instructed by: Vacant
Target Audience: Seniors & Cadets
Prerequisites: None
Objective: 
To develop the skills necessary to prepare meals for any size group, in any circumstance.
Description:
Are you interested in learning how to prepare meals for any size group, in any circumstance?  From a commercial kitchen to a mission base, that may or may not have running water, the goal of DFAC is to provide good food, on time, every time. Regardless of the circumstances we find ourselves in, the care of our people is our most important job.

The DFAC basic class begins by getting you familiarized with a commercial kitchen and teaches safe food handling, basic cooking techniques, portion control, and KP. 

Dining Facilities Intermediate Training  (DFAC/I)

Instructed by: Vacant
Target Audience: Seniors & Cadets
Prerequisites: None
Objective: 
To develop the skills necessary to prepare meals for any size group, in any circumstance.
Description:
DFAC Intermediate builds on the Basic Class by adding nutrition and menu planning, learning how to accommodate dietary needs, stay within a budget, and beginning to supervise a team.  

Flight Line Marshaling Course  (FLM)
Target Audience:
Seniors & Cadets
Prerequisites: GES Acheivement, Current ICUT Certification, Exceptional Maturity

Objective: 
Through a combination of classroom and hands-on practical training, members will be trained and evaluated for qualification as CAP flight line marshals.
Description:
Held over 3 consecutive ESTA weekends, this course fully prepares you to become an integral part of a fully functioning aircrew for an active mission base, ESTA Operations, the Arlington Fly-In, as well as the other missions and great airshows held in Washington each year. 


Flight Line Supervising Course  (FLS)
Target Audience:
Seniors & Cadets
Prerequisites: GES Acheivement, Current ICUT Certification, Exceptional Maturity

Objective: 
Through a combination of classroom and hands-on practical training, members will be trained and evaluated for qualification as CAP flight line supervisors.
Description:
Held over 2 consecutive ESTA weekends, this course fully prepares you to become an integral part of a fully functioning aircrew for an active mission base, ESTA Operations, the Arlington Fly-In, as well as the other missions and great airshows held in Washington each year. 


Ground Team Member Training Basic (GTM-3)
Target Audience: All Members

Cadet Prerequisites: Curry Achievement, GES, Exceptional Maturity

Objective: 

The Basic course covers all tasks necessary to become GTM-3 and UDF qualified.

Description:

This track is for younger participants or those who are new to ground operations. Skills taught include land navigation, electronic direction finding, basic survival and field-craft, basic radio techniques. Basic course students are organized into teams that are led by a Ground Team Leader student or instructor.

Ground Team Member Training Advanced (GTM-2)
Target Audience: All Members

Cadet Prerequisites: GTM-3, Exceptional Maturity

Objective: 

The intermediate track covers all tasks required to become GTM-2 qualified,

Description:

This course is designed for more experienced or older participants. Most intermediate students are in their second year. Topics of instruction in intermediate training include more complex search techniques and introductory leadership tasks with respect to ground operations.  An individual must be rated at least GTM-3 to participate in the intermediate Course.

Ground Team Member Training Advanced (GTM-1)
Target Audience: All Members

Cadet Prerequisites: GTM-2, Exceptional Maturity

Objective: 

The Advanced track covers all tasks required to become GTM-1 qualified,

Description:

This course is designed for more experienced or older participants. Most advanced students are in their second or third year. Topics of instruction in advanced training include more complex search techniques and introductory leadership tasks with respect to ground operations.  An individual must be rated at least GTM-2 to participate in the advanced course.


Ground Team Leader Training (GTL)
Target Audience: All Members
Cadet Prerequisites: Age 18+, GTM-3, Exceptional Maturity
Objective: 

The Team Leader course prepares participants for the responsibilities of being a Ground Team Leader.

Description:

Team Leader course has the most experienced and oldest students (Team Leaders must be at least 18 years old to begin training in this specialty per CAP regulations). Topics include leadership and administrative duties of Team Leaders, as well as more advanced search theories, techniques, and map skills. A Team Leader candidate must be a Senior Member or a Cadet at least 18 years of age. The staff at the Emergency Services Training Academy recommend that students refrain from taking this course in the week immediately after becoming GTM-3 qualified, and instead gain experience at their home units as a Ground Team Member before continuing onto more advanced training. Attendance at the Team Leader course and completion of all tasks does not always guarantee certification. At times, a student will need more experience than can be provided in one or two weekend sessions. These students will be given credit for their task completions, but will need to spend additional time working with qualified trainers in their state to gain more experience prior to full certification.

IS-100, IS-200, IS-700 & IS800  (IS100/700)

Target Audience: ALL
Prerequisites: None

Objective: 

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