AFCCC Mission and Vision

Mission:  Training & Educating the right student, in the right seat, at the right time in their career progression to inspire the readiness of Airmen, Guardians, and their families.

Vision:  Equipping the Air Force Chaplain Corps through training and education to care for Airmen, Guardians, and their families more than anyone thinks possible.

Goals:  Achieve vocational excellence, professional integrity, and service to others by

• Providing relevant knowledge, skills and resources for students to better perform their duties;

• Attracting, mentoring and recognizing quality people;

• Ensuring that faculty and course directors properly apply instructional system development principles;

• Securing resources to support mission requirements;

• Improving information flow and ensuring effective communication; and

• Monitoring the quality of support services and seeking necessary improvements.

Initiatives Summary

The instruction of enlisted students in crisis intervention skills, trauma pastoral care, and pluralism and faith group support requirements will further their professional abilities to support chaplains in peacetime and contingency operations. State-of-the-art integrated technology mediums, inclusive of virtual and augment reality have enhanced world-wide Chaplain Corps training efforts in leadership advisement, readiness, counseling, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion conversations, and global ministry efforts. Officer and enlisted evaluation systems have been added to all levels of instruction, ensuring that chaplain and senior enlisted support personnel will utilize competencies to evaluate and supervise appropriately.

Chaplain, Colonel Regina O. Samuel is Commandant, Air Force Chaplain Corps College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

 

 

 

 

 

 

AFCCC Commandant
Ch, Col Regina O. Samuel 

On behalf of the Air Force Chief of Chaplain’s Office, the Air Force Chaplain Corps College’s senior leaders direct an elite team of Enlisted, Officer, and Civilian faculty members in training and educating over 2,000 Total Force chaplains and religious affairs Airmen to provide worship, liturgies, religious rites and spiritual care to all Airmen, Guardians, and their families, while also serving as the primary advisers to commanders and senior enlisted leaders on moral, spiritual, ethical, and religious matters.


FY24 Academic Course Schedule
October 2023 - September 2024

START END COURSE NAME CLASS ID
16 Oct 2023 18 Oct 2023 Intervention Crisis Counseling for Religious Affairs ICRRA 24A
16 Oct 2023 20 Oct 2023 Embedded RST Course ERC 24A
16 Oct 2023 20 Oct 2023 Chaplain Spiritual Leadership Course CSLC 24A
23 Oct 2023 27 Oct 2023 Embedded RST Course ERC 24A
30 Oct 2023 10 Nov 2023 Deputy Wing Chaplain Course DWCC 24A
22 Jan 2024 16 Feb 2024 Basic Chaplain Course BCC 24A
26 Feb 2024 8 Mar 2024 Wing Chaplain Course WCC 24A
26 Feb 2024 8 Mar 2024 Superintendent/NCOIC Religious Affairs Course SNRAC 24A
11 Mar 2024 22 Mar 2024 Deputy Wing Chaplain Course DWCC 24B
8 Apr 2024 12 Apr 2024 Chaplain Spiritual Leadership Course CSLC 24B
8 Apr 2024 10 Apr 2024 Intervention Crisis Counseling for Religious Affairs ICCRA 24B
15 Apr 2024 19 Apr 2024 Embedded RST Course ERC 24B
22 Apr 2024 17 May 2024 Basic Chaplain Course BCC 24B
24 Jun 2024 19 Jul 2024 Basic Chaplain Course BCC 24C
5 Aug 2024 30 Aug 2024 Basic Chaplain Course BCC 24D
9 Sep 2024 20 Sep 2024 Wing Chaplain Course WCC 24B
9 Sep 2024 20 Sep 2024 Superintendent/NCOIC Religious Affairs Course SNRAC 24B
24 Sep 2024 26 Sep 2024 Senior Chaplain Course (*DL) SCC 24A
24 Sep 2024 26 Sep 2024 Religious Affairs Strategic Leadership Course (*DL) RASLC 24A
    FY25  
14 Oct 2024 18 Oct 2024 Chaplain Spiritual Leadership Course CSLC 25A
14 Oct 2024 16 Oct 2024 Intervention Crisis Counseling for Religious Affairs ICCRA 25A
21 Oct 2024 25 Oct 2024 Embedded RST Course ERC 25A
28 Oct 2024 8 Nov 2024 Deputy Wing Chaplain Course DWCC 25A


* DL = Distance Learning

AS OF 1 JUNE 2023 & SUPERECEDES ALL PREVIOUS VERSIONS
OPR: EAKER CENTER/AFCCC
DSN: 493-6866