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AFRC introduces first Civilian Force Development e-book

  • Published
  • Air Force Reserve Command

The Air Force Reserve Command introduces its first Civilian Force Development e-book which has been created to share pertinent information in support of our civilian workforce.

The content also applies to personnel on Active Guard and Reserve, Air Reserve Technician and Traditional Reserve status with civilians in their chain of command. To access the the most up-to-date information, visit the Virtual Force Development Center (vFDC) on the Air Force Portal. All References and links can be found at the vFDC site.

Below is a list of the contents within the e-book. Most sections within contain active hyperlinks to the site(s) referenced.

• MyVectorAccount & Registration MyVector
• New Civilian Employee Orientation (NEO)
• IndividualDevelopmentPlan(IDP)
• CivilianDevelopmentalEducation(CDE)
• Civilian Development Education Portfolio (i.e. Associate, Bachelor and Master degree programs)
• Engineer and Scientist Exchange Program (ESEP)
• Preparing an Effective Civilian Developmental Education Package
• Career Field Contact Information
• Professional Military Education (PME) by Distance Learning (DL)
• Civilian Tuition Assistance Program (CTAP)
• Career Broadeners(CB) and Key Career Positions
• EducationOpportunities(Low/No Cost)
• Standard Form 182 (Authorization, Agreement, and Certification of Training)
• References/Related Processes

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