Curriculum Development & Delivery

Curriculum Development & Delivery

General questions regarding course scheduling should be directed to your training monitor or supervisor. For questions regarding institutional training, contact the Curriculum Development & Delivery Unit Chief.

Professional Development

This three-day skill-based course helps participants learn Plain Language Writing skills essential for effective government writing. Course content comes from the Plain Language Writing Act, Federal Plain Language Guidelines, DoD instructions, and Air Force instructions. See Class Here

This two-day course is for Hill AFB employees needing basic Microsoft Excel skills. The course teaches the basics of navigating the Excel user interface, viewing and managing worksheets, editing workbooks, using basic formatting, inserting objects, working with basic formulas, and printing and distributing worksheets. Exercises spread throughout the course facilitate information retention. See Class Here

This two-day course teaches Microsoft Excel 2016 intermediate level skills. Topics include working with charts, using intermediate formulas, managing data, working in tables, using intermediate formatting, and collaborating with Excel. See Class Here

This 4-hour training provides participants with the knowledge and skills to assemble and present professional meetings for all levels. No equivalencies or waivers available unless participants complete the same course within 5 years. Previous course number was MHPPER0002850SU. This is an equivalent course; if students had taken this, there is no need to take it again. Classes require a minimum of 10 students but can have no more than 18. Click for details here.

This training provides employees with tools to identify principles and facts related to competency-based interviewing and the Situation, Task, Action and Result (STAR) concept to prepare them for job interviews. See Class Here

The course trains participants to prepare and deliver effective presentations. Content includes objective creation, lesson plan development, visual aid creation, communication skills, components of an effective presentation, and brief evaluation methods. See Class Here

This workshop provides DPMAP employees with the tools to provide properly constructed input to their supervisors for year-end review/appraisal. See Class Here

Formerly known as the 8-Step Problem Solving Method, this training helps participants develop critical thinking cultures to improve work processes. In the course attendees learn to solve day-to-day work area problems regardless of organizational level and to apply CPI methods. See Class Here

Communication Development

This training provides the tools to handle most difficult and important conversations, teaches the best approach to communicating what's on your mind, and achieves a positive outcome. See Class Here

This one-time, formal stand-up course provides the tools, techniques, and skills for solving the toughest performance problems. See Class Here

The 4 Lenses™ class helps individuals identify their unique spectrum of personality variables. These variables affect knowledge retention, personal awareness, and strategies for social competence. See Class Here

This course helps participants learn to implement a performance platform that enables them to operate with an outward mindset. Learn and apply four sets of tools:

  • Self-Awareness
  • Mindset Change
  • Accountability
  • Collaboration

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This instructor-led course helps employees change the fundamental way they approach their jobs, relationships, problems, and opportunities. By breaking common ineffective behaviors and tendencies down, participants learn to create high levels of trust and develop strong interdependent relationships. See Class Here

Supervisory Development

The AFMC SDC curriculum helps prepare first-line supervisors to lead, clearly communicate expectations, improve retention, and ultimately increase organizational performance. See Class Here

The AFSC SDP curriculum ensures first-line supervisors are prepared to lead, clearly communicate expectations, improve retention, and ultimately increase organizational performance. See Class Here

Provides interviewers and interviewees with tools to identify principles and facts related to competency-based interviewing and the Situation, Task, Action and Result (STAR) concept. See Class Here

Workplace Safety

CPR/AED/First Aid certification training through the American Red Cross provides the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and respond to workplace cardiac emergencies. See Class Here

CPR/AED/First Aid certification training through the American Red Cross provides the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and respond to workplace cardiac emergencies. See Class Here

Provides the general knowledge on workplace ergonomics IAW OSHA data. This course familiarizes employees with the hazards in their work areas and explains what preventive measures/practices help decrease lost work time, painful incidents, and increase job satisfaction. See Class Here

Provides instruction on the anatomy and physiology of the human back, the Biomechanics of lifting, and the proper application of personal protective back equipment used in the workplace (using AFMAN 91-203 as a reference). See Class Here

This course is for all personnel who may work with or around asbestos-containing materials (ACM). The objective of this course is to give a regulatory overview of OSHA, State, and Air Force regulations concerning asbestos. See Class Here

This is a “train the trainer” course for Workplace Supervisors, training leads and HAZCOM program managers. The course provides information on how to research, develop, and write a work center specific training plan and defining the hazards listed on the Safety Data Sheet (SDS). See Class Here

OSHA Skills

Intended for confined space entry supervisors, alternates, and supervisors who have employees entering confined spaces. See Class Here

Intended for the purpose of training operators in the safe and correct inspection, and operation of industrial cranes, hoists and slings. See Class Here

This course provides the classroom portion initial training for prospective operators at Hill AFB. See Class Here

Intended for LOTO AUTHORIZED employees and supervisors of employees authorized to perform lock-out-tag-out
procedures.
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Provides information on fall protection, safety precautions, responsibilities, preparation for use, and general operating procedures for manned aerial lifts.  See Class Here

Hours

Mon – Fri
0630 – 1600

Sat – Sun
Closed

Closed all AFMC Family Days and Federal Holidays.

Phone

Curriculum Development & Delivery Unit Chief
Tom Brewer
(801) 775-4009

Address

6016 Cedar Lane, Bldg. 1279

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