A: Course 14 is identical to Course 12 apart from the method of delivery. Course 14 is web based and requires internet access whereas the current Course 12 operates via CD-ROM. The web-based course allows students to engage this learning environment from any computer with browser and internet capabilities. Students should choose a course based on current and future internet availability (considering possible deployments).
A: No. Students are not permitted to switch between courses. Once enrolled, students must either complete the course or disenroll. If a student disenrolls, voluntarily or involuntarily, they will still be restricted from reenrollment for the specified period outlined in the course policy (i.e., Voluntary Disenrollment = 6-month restriction, Involuntary Disenrollment = 12-month restriction).
(Click "Catalogs," then "PME," and
finally "Senior Noncommissioned Officer Course")
A: Thee current Course 12 policy also applies to Course 14 until the Course 14 policy is updated in the Air Force Institute for Advanced Distributed Learning (AFIADL) Catalog on 1 Apr 06.
General Information: http://course12.maxwell.af.mil/index.htm
(Click "Catalogs," then "PME," and finally "Senior Noncommissioned Officer Course")
A: After enrollment, students will ONLY receive an enrollment post card from AFIADL. All materials needed to complete the course will reside at the Air Force Integrated Learning Center (AFILC). Students will be able to register at AFILC for a user id and password, but will not be granted access to the course until a record is established in the student enrollment database. Students should be able to access the course within 1-2 duty days after enrollment. If students cannot access the course after 7 calendar days from enrollment, they must contact the office where enrollment was processed to verify update.
A: Courses 12 and 14 consist of a 12-month enrollment period. The enrollment period in Course 14 begins on the date the enrollment post card is mailed, not the date the student receives the post card. EPME distance learning programs are voluntary. Students must read and comply with established policy in addition to being aware of the course start and completion dates. No outside agency is tasked with monitoring student progress or course completion. Students should follow a regular program of study to allow sufficient time for required course examinations prior to course expiration.
A: Course 12 is not projected for termination at this time. Both
courses will run concurrently until further notice.
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