Squadron Leadership School (SLS)
Sponsored by: Professional Development
Location: Boca Raton, FL
Inclusive Date(s): 28 Jul 2018
Project Officer: Capt Eduardo Linares (772) 781-9499
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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. The Squadron Leadership School (SLS) is designed to explain how a squadron operates in each of CAP’s major mission elements and how mission support functions support these mission elements. Armed with this knowledge, senior members can learn how they and their respective organizations can best support the wing and fulfill the Squadron role of CAP.
FLWG Group 6 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. The NCCI is allowing Florida Wing to use their facilities to conduct the SLS and assist our personnel in furthering their knowledge and leadership/management abilities.
901 Peninsula Corporate Circle
Boca Raton, FL 33487
SLS Students must report in no later than 0730 on 28 Jul 2018. Duty uniform will be the Air Force uniform (short-sleeve blue shirt, with or without tie), or the CAP Corporate uniform (white short-sleeve shirt, with or without tie). This is a professional development course, so BDUs, flight suits, or golf shirts are considered inappropriate for this occasion. Dismissal will be approximately at 1630 hours, Saturday 28 Jul 2018.
Eligibility is as outlined in CAPR 50-17. In order to qualify for this course attendees must have completed the online portion of the course.
Completion of the online portion of the course is required.
The online portion can only be accessed thru the FLWG website and NOT thru eServices.
If you do not have a registration to access the FLWG.US website, contact your
Group 6 ITO Edson Franca at email@example.com or
Project Officer: Capt Eduardo Linares firstname.lastname@example.org
immediately with your CAPID, name, and email address.
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.
Meals ( lunch $10 ) will be available locally and sent out to each member as the date of class approaches. Members are responsible for the cost of these meals, as well as their Lodging.
Code of Conduct:
All members will maintain a
professional demeanor during all activities. Any member posing
disciplinary problems will be subject to early dismissal from the activity, and
your unit commander will be notified of the breach of conduct.