The Airmanship series of courses are designed to ensure Airmen receive deliberate development at every milestone in their careers. Airmanship 300 is a continuation of the training Airmen received at Basic Military Training (Airmanship 100) and in technical training (Airmanship 200). Airmanship 300 revamped FTAC from an in-processing focused program to a standard curriculum focused on developing Airmen. Airmanship 300 consists of Enhancing Human Capital discussions about trust, loyalty and commitment, in-group behavioral psychology and team-building exercises. Airmen will also be introduced to scenarios as part of the “What Now, Airman?” series and will be guided through discussions on how to approach the potential ethical dilemmas. All FTA must attend an FTAC within 30 days of arrival on station. Supervisors’ support and involvement with individuals attending FTAC are critical to the future success of Airmen.
*Classes are available to all services (AF, USA, USN, Marines and Coast Guard), enlisted/officer (AD and ANG/AFR) and civilian personnel (GS and NAF).
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