SW FAC-D develops SW instructors; equipping them with necessary skills to train combat minded warriors, knowledge of learning theories, and psychological approaches for improving individual candidate motivation and performance. They must be skilled in developing students in realistic training environments, and therefore must have keener situational awareness. They must use that situational awareness, paired with good judgment, to make appropriate instructional decisions within the curricular framework.
This course prepares novice SW Instructors selected to serve in a SW training capacity (AETC, ACC or AFSOC) and will equip them with specific SW common knowledge (special tactics, TACP, and guardian angel operator fundamentals) to improve candidate/student/operator performance. Instructors will learn demonstration-performance and academic delivery methods to certify competency IAW the SW-IQC Course Training Standard.
*SW Instructor Supervisor candidates, requirement
This course of instruction provides experienced and competent instructors with the knowledge and skills to manage the instructor force, proper course implementation, as well as specific risk mitigation techniques IAW SW-ISC Course Training Standard.
*All SW Instructors, annual requirement
This seminar is designed to continually build on SW Instructor Competencies while to also unify SW Instructors enterprise wide.
*Note: Currently in development.
The MIC will provide continual education/training for experienced instructors, with a unique and structured opportunity to leave a lasting legacy level impact. The capstone project combines elements of Project Management with a deeper dive into various levels of applicable instructional delivery methods.
For course registration, please contact your Unit Training Manager or Instructor Supervisor. For any additional questions or assistance, FacD can be reached via the org box.
SWTW FACD org box - SWTSS.TMDP.FacultyDevelopment@us.af.mil
Last Updated: 15 June 2022