The first Focus Week of fiscal 2019/2020, scheduled for Oct. 21-25 at the 88th Air Base Wing, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, will provide knowledge and skills needed for workers to be more productive. Registration will continue from now until the day before each course is held.
This Focus Week iteration spotlights performance improvement for both the individual and organization. A wide variety of class subjects will be conducted throughout the week, making it possible for individuals to improve current performance and contribute to future career aspirations.
The goal of the Focus Week program is to enhance mission viability and improve quality of life for Airmen while implementing collaborative projects that provide mutual value to the government and local communities.
• Balancing Work and Personal Life
• Bullet Writing Basics
• Burnout and Stress Management
• Civilian Force Development Opportunities
• Colors Personality
• Discover No-Cost e-Resources and Databases
• ETMS Familiarization and SF182 Updates for Training Focal Points
• Family Medical Leave Act
• Preventing Type 2 Diabetes
• So, You Want to Get Promoted
• Stress Less
• 8-Step Problem Solving
• Taking Control of Email
• Understanding Your Individual Development Plan
Registration is open to all 88 ABW employees, both military and civilian. The wider Wright-Patterson AFB audience is encouraged to attend as space allows.
To register via MyETMS (Education and Training Management System), go to https://myetms.wpafb.af.mil. Click on the self-registration tab.
A tutorial is provided on the MyETMS home page for first-time users. Search 88 ABW and go. Hover your pointer over View Class Comments for full course descriptions.
For more information, contact Barry Cumberland, Human Resources specialist, 88th Force Support Squadron Workforce Development, at 904-4799 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
AFLCMC Focus Week
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Fall Focus Week sessions will take place Oct. 21-25.
Focus Week is a period set aside quarterly to accomplish mandatory, leadership, acquisition training to gain continuous learning points, as well as knowledge from a different discipline. Focus Weeks provide vital acquisition training, policy updates, core skills and operational perspectives to the acquisition community.
Students may participate in these events either in person or online (for some courses), allowing AFLCMC to reach numerous geographic locations.
Registration is now available for most courses via the Acquisition Now Continuous Learning website, however additional courses offerings may become available as Focus Week approaches. Search for course offerings by going to https://acqnow.atrrs.army.mil, click on “My Career” and then “Search for CL Event” to search the AFLCMC Focus Week Event Catalog. A more detailed course catalog will be distributed via email to employees or can be obtained by emailing the AFLCMC Focus Week point of contact at email@example.com.
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