G6 UCC --- 13-14 Oct

Unit Commanders Course (UCC)

Sponsored by: Professional Development
Location: Boca Raton, FL 33487
Inclusive Date(s): 13 - 14 October 2018
Project Officer: Capt Eduardo Linares
Send Applications to:
.....Use online form at the end of the page

Event Description:

This course provides expert advice and guidance on leadership, management and ethics in a standardized format for the training of current and potential squadron & group commanders throughout the Civil Air Patrol. Squadron and group commanders are responsible for providing local leadership, administering programs, and managing the volunteer members in the field as they perform the critical missions of the Civil Air Patrol as well as provide support to the United States Air Force as the official Air Force Auxiliary. The UCC discusses the traits and skills new unit and group commanders will need to develop to effectively lead and manage their units. Topics include command responsibility and accountability, recruiting and retention, safety, how to work with families, management, leadership, communication, and elements of successful units and leaders.

This is the new UCC course, which incorporates both on-line and in-residence sessions. Much of the learning/studying is part of the online course. Because of the importance of the online portion, there is a cut-off date for registration to insure that participants have the necessary time to complete all on-line sessions. 

The cutoff date for registration is 13 September 2018.

Event Location:

The in-residence sessions will be held at the NCCI 901 Peninsula Corp. Circle, Boca Raton, FL 33487,
from 0730 to 1700.



Not applicable


Eligibility is as outlined in CAPR 50-17.
Completed Level II


None. Highly recommend for all Squadron CC and Deputy CC who have not had this course and all squadron staff officers who contemplate becoming a Squadron Commander.

Application Procedure:


Not applicable.


Use online form at the end of the page


Members are responsible for their own transportation to and from the activity.


Local Lodging is available, contact the course director for details.


Members are responsible for their own meals during the activity. 


NOTE:  The uniform for this course will be the Air Force light blue shirt/blouse with/without tie/tab; CAP Corporate aviator shirt with/without tie (with gray slacks).

Use the registration form: On the Right [or Below]