Education and Training
Education and Training
The Education and Training Section specializes in active duty voluntary education, testing services, and training. The education counseling office helps all active duty with tuition assistance, enrolling in the career skills program, education information during transition out of the military, CCAF degrees, bachelors and master’s degrees, and some commissioning questions.
Do you have questions about your CCAF? Are you confused on the difference between the Montgomery GI Bill and the Post 9/11 Bill? Do you need guidance on tuition assistance or CLEP/DANTES options?
Speak with Terra Breault at 213-7388 or email for more additional information/questions.
The Test Control Officer can help with the following exams: DLPT, TBAS, AFOQT, AFCT, WAPS, and (FAA -to anyone with a CAC or retiree ID) all by appointment only. The test control officer can also assist with language pay questions and information on testing for those receiving FLPB.
February Test Dates
FAA – February 11th
AFOQT – February 10th
CDC – February 13th
WAPS – February 19th, 20th, 25th and 27th
Hours & Contact
446 McAffery Ave, Suite 6
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday
Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Panel
February 25th, 2020 starts 1300 at the PDC Auditorium. Anyone interested in learning more about the commissioning routes are invited to attend. We will have members from the Academy, ROTC and OTS represented on the panel. Open to all enlisted, spouses and civilians. If you have any questions please contact the Education Office.
Base training needs will go through the base training manager out of the training office for active duty. Responsible for making sure that all of the enlisted personnel stationed at Vance AFB have their Career Field Education and Training plans (CFETP) in place and on file.
Additionally, Base training ensures that all members of the enlisted force are receiving the proper training that they need in order to do their job effectively. Base Training will assist you in scheduling any CDC exams that you need and will ensure that you are prepared not only to test but also to succeed.
Base Training also serves as a liaison between the Commanders and the airmen who are receiving the training. That way all Commanders are aware of the progress of training for the airmen under their command.
For any supervisors who need to take the Air Force Supervisor Training Course please contact MSgt Sealy in order to enroll in the course which will provide supervisors new and old with the skills they need to document and counsel the members of the team that they are supervising.
Civilian training needs can be addressed through out training section with our civilian training manager. supervisor training course and new employee orientation course under.
Civilian Tuition Assistance Program (CTAP)
The Civilian Tuition Assistance Program (CTAP) provides 75% of tuition costs not to exceed $250.00 per semester hour or $166.00 per quarter hour for two (2) courses per semester/quarter. There is a substantial spending cap of $4,500 per fiscal year.
All Air Force permanent, full-time appropriated fund employees, including those in wage-grade positions, are eligible to participate.
The goal of the Civilian Tuition Assistance Program (CTAP) is to assist civilians in their continued self-development and includes coursework at the associate, bachelor’s, master’s (including Juris Doctorate), and doctorate levels at an accredited college or university. TA funding does not apply to courses at a level lower or equal to a degree already attained by the applying member.
AF civilians can use credit-by-exam via the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Defense Activities for Non-Traditional Educational Support (DANTES) and Subject Standardize Tests (DSST); at no cost to the employee when taken at an on-base and/or fully funded testing center.
For more information please log into MYPERS https://mypers.af.mil/app/answers/detail/a_id/32991/kw/civilian%20ta or contact the Education Office at 213-7388.