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.
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.
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 Air and Space professionals and their families, while also serving as the primary advisers to commanders and senior enlisted leaders on moral, spiritual, ethical, and religious matters.
* DL = Distance Learning
* INDICATES SCHEDULE CHANGE; SUPERSEDES ALL PREVIOUS EDITIONS
Staff Sgt. Shakira Mathis, the Air Force Chaplain Corps College’s noncommissioned officer in charge of operations management, was on official travel when she saved a life using her Air Force training earlier this year.
As the U.S. Air and Space Forces prepare for the future high-end fight, Air Force Chief of Staff, General Charles Brown has challenged the services to “Accelerate Change or Lose.” The Chaplain Corps has certainly experienced and responded to this “Accelerated Change” with its quick reaction to the
The graduation ceremony for BCC Class 21A was a historic event as the Air Force aims to foster a more diverse and inclusive service
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