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Sponsored by: Professional Development
Location: CAPE CORAL, FL 33914
Inclusive Date(s): 18 March 2017
Project Officer: Capt Lyle A Odland
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Squadron Leadership School is a CAP Level II requirement. It provides
CAP adult members with a basic understanding of CAP operations at the
squadron level and how those operations affect CAP's national missions.
Additionally, members learn more about CAP customs, core values, and
communications. Case studies, discussion, and group assignments are
integral facets of the SLS.
Gulf Middle School
1809 SW 36TH TER
CAPE CORAL, FL 33914
STEM Classroom (First room to the left off the main entrance)
FLWG Group 5 will host a Squadron Leadership School (SLS) one-day
CAPstone classroom session. In order to qualify for this course
attendees must have completed the online portion of the course. This
course will begin at 0800 EST and should be completed by 1700.
Eligibility is as outlined in CAPR 50-17.
Completion of the online portion of the course is required.
The online portion can only be accessed only thru the FLWG website
and NOT thru eServices.
If you do not have a registration to access the FLWG.US website, contact firstname.lastname@example.org immediately with your CAPID, name, and email address. Once the
on-line portion is completed you will need to print your certificate and
bring it with you to the CAPstone session.
As with any other CAP activity, you must be Safety Current and in a CAP authorized uniform to attend.
1. Complete the FLWG online SLS course and print out the certificate.
2. Fill in and submit (once) the online registration form.
Members are responsible for their own transportation to and from the activity.
Local lodging is available.
Members are responsible
for their own meals during the activity. A one (1) hour lunch period will
be allotted for lunch.
In order for the information to be fresh in your mind, the
online SLS course should be taken within 60 days of attendance to the
The FLWG eLearning Portal can
be reached at http://elearning.capitwg.us .
When you have completed the online course
and printed your certificate, contact
Project Officer: Capt Lyle A Odland @ email@example.com