Air Force E-Learning

Joint Knowledge Online

Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education (SEJPME)

SEJPME-US001 - Senior Enlisted Joint Military Education (SEJPME) I Curriculum (40hrs)

  • SEJPME I provides CJCS-sponsored, joint assignment-oriented education for leaders in grades E5-E7.  These enlisted leaders may be serving in, or with potential to serve in, joint and combined organizations worldwide.  The course consists of 40+ hours of computer based instruction with a focus on preparing enlisted leaders to successfully support joint activities, lead members from multiple Services, and better understand joint operations.

SEJPME-US002 - Senior Enlisted Joint Military Education (SEJPME) II Course - (45 hrs)

  • The SEJPME II Course builds upon the SEJPME I Course. SEJPME I should be completed prior to taking SEJPME II. Student eligibility for SEJPME II is restricted to E7-E9s and above (and multinational equivalents). Also eligible: U.S. Warrant Officers; U.S. Commissioned Officers; and U.S. Federal Government Civilian Personnel of equivalent grade. Individuals who are selected for promotion to E7 are not eligible - NO WAIVERS. Prerequisite: Students must complete the SEJPME New Student Orientation Course (SEJPME US000-PRE) prior to enrollment in any SEJPME Courses. The SEJPME II Course is a stand-alone, 45 hour, 100% online, multi-media offering. The course contains a pre-test, 25 modules of instruction, lesson knowledge checks (quizzes), module examinations, and module feedback forms. In order to progress from one module to the next all lessons and knowledge checks must be completed, a minimum examination grade of 80% on the module exam must be achieved, and a completed electronic module evaluation and feedback form is required. To receive a course completion certificate all modules, exams, and feedback forms must be completed. IMPORTANT: This course does not allow a student to 'click through' the material. Please plan for 45 hours of online instruction. For course completion deadline see course syllabus located on the SEJPME Community page within the documents section at the bottom of the page. The overall classification of this course is UNCLASSIFIED. NOTE: If not working with Internet Explorer please use Microsoft Edge

https://jkodirect.jten.mil/Atlas2/page/login/Login.jsf

Air Force Culture and Language Center

The Air Force Culture and Language Center creates and executes language, region and cultural learning programs for Total Force Airmen, and provides the Service with the subject matter expertise required to institutionalize these efforts.

https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/AFCLC/

Airmen Focused Training Videos

This innovative space is for Airmen to view AFTV content, collaborate with the AFTV core team and positively impact their organization by harnessing a new way to communicate. To succeed, this forum is For Airmen, By Airmen dedicated to creating videos at the point of need to provide a visual representation of a required task (either from Air Force Instruction or Technical Order). The bridge between qualification and proficiency.

https://www.milsuite.mil/book/groups/aftv

Air Force Credentialing On-Line

AF COOL provides a one-stop for airmen to explore credentials recognized by the civilian community that can enhance airmen's current performance in their AF job as well help prepare for civilian employment.

https://afvec.us.af.mil/afvec/Public/COOL/Default.aspx

Air Force Virtual Education Center

AFVEC offers a wide array of on-line services to empower you to actively participate in all aspects of your education to include the creation and management of online Tuition Assistance (TA).

https://afvec.us.af.mil/afvec/Home.aspx

Blue Grit Podcast

The Blue Grit Podcast features conversations with current and former military leaders, mental health experts, elite athletes, veterans and other individuals who have overcome significant adversity. Each podcast will highlight tactics, techniques and procedures guests used to overcome profound challenges and how those TTPs may be employed to help current Airmen deal with their struggles. As a corollary, podcast will increase awareness of psychological health and assist in de-stigmatizing mental illness, normalize Airmen’s own struggles and internalize the message of hope and recovery. All episodes are also available on i-Tunes, SoundCloud, and Spotify.

https://www.my.af.mil/gcssaf/USAF/ep/contentView.docontentType=EDITORIAL&contentId=cFE3B28A166C022FC0166C0CF11F70221&channelPageId=s6925EC1356030FB5E044080020E329A9&programId=t6925EC2FA83B0FB5E044080020E329A9

YouTube Podcasts and Leadership Videos

If you type in the below verbiage for each video or Podcast, you will be able to view and listen to the videos through YouTube.

  • Blueprint Leadership Podcast with CMSAF Wright
    • Episode 1, SEAC CSM Troxell
    • Episode 2, CSAF Goldfein
    • Episode 3, SEAC CMSgt Colon-Lopez
    • Episode 4, CMSgt Pineiro
    • Episode 5, Sr. Kevin Basik

       

  • Attitude Reflects Leadership – CMSAF Kaleth O. Wright
  • A Motto For Life: Robert Gaylor at TEDxScottAFB
  • Simon Sinek: Why Leaders Eat Last
  • How great leaders inspire action | Simon Sinek
  • The difference between winning and succeeding | John Wooden
  • John Maxwell  Confidence, Courage & Decision Making
  • The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership John C Maxwell Audiobook
  • Failing Forward John C Maxwell Full Audiobook

Joint Chiefs of Staff

https://www.jcs.mil/Doctrine/DOCNET/fbclid/IwAR1TAEBaDTGpMrg8S7YsK3QMX0vsmG3DEmxdH0l31IhS4DrEVMeoOzrGbxQ/

The following DOCNET courses are available via the public JEL website. To view all available DOCNET courses, click here to access the JEL+ website (CAC enabled).

Colleges and Universities

Wyvern One Reading List

Wyvern One Reading List, linked below, has 10 categories with reading recommendations by Brig. Gen. Daniel T. Lasica, 31st Fighter Wing commander, for Team Aviano. The Wyvern One Reading List is an extension of the Air Force Chief of Staff Reading List.


Download a printable version of the 31 FW/CC Reading List


Download printable instructions to access the books online through the Air Force Portal and Overdrive Access.

CSAF Professional Reading List

General Ronald Fogleman created the CSAF Professional Reading Program in 1996 to develop a common frame of reference among Air Force members -- officers, enlisted, and civilians -- to help each of us become better, more effective advocates of air and space power. Each CSAF since then has enhanced and continued the Professional Reading Program.

https://static.dma.mil/usaf/csafreadinglist/index.html

Air Force Benefits Fact Sheet

This Fact Sheet is a tool used to help supervisors and subordinates better understand military benefits and entitlements available to arm airmen with knowledge and a better understanding of programs associated with the Air Force.

2020 Air Force Fact Sheet

My Vector

MyVECTOR enables a web-based mentoring network that allows mentees to manage their career development with the input and guidance from a mentor. Mentees will be able to, in real-time, invite participants to serve as mentors, select mentors based on preferences, chat with their mentor online, and complete a mentoring plan.

https://myvector.us.af.mil/myvector/Home

External Link Disclaimer Policy

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