After completing Squadron Leadership School and learning about squadron operations, senior members should attend the Corporate Learning Course (CLC). The term "corporate" in the title of this course refers to CAP's status as a nonprofit humanitarian corporation chartered by the United States Congress in 1946. Accordingly, wing-level operations carry out the major duties and responsibilities of the corporation for each state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands. The CLC is designed to explain how a wing operates in each of CAP's major mission elements and how mission support functions support these mission elements. Equipped with this knowledge, senior members can learn how they and their respective organizations can best support the wing and fulfill the corporate role of CAP. Seniors may also be needing the CLC to complete their level III requirements.
As outlined in CAPR 50-17, enrollment in CAP senior activities is on a voluntary basis. However, CLC applicants must complete a CAP Form 17 through their unit commander to submit to the course director. The senior member must have completed Level I, be currently enrolled in one or more specialty tracks with at least a Tech level, and have previously completed a Squadron Leadership School.
If you are interested in joining this year’s CLC please submit a completed CAPF 17 to Justin Bekker via email @ email@example.com
Approximately 15 days prior to the course you will receive a packet by email with a welcome letter, all class instructions, uniform of the day, directions, and housing information.
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