American forces press service (April 27, 2005): overview of USD(AT & L) Continuous Learning Policy.
* Stay current in acquisition functional areas, acquisition and logistics excellence-related subjects, and emerging acquisition policy
* Complete mandatory and assignment-specific training required for higher levels of DAWIA certification
* Complete "desired" training in your career field
* Cross-train to become familiar with, or certified in, multiple acquisition career fields
* Complete your undergraduate or advanced degree
* Learn by experience
* Develop your leadership and management skills.
A point is generally equivalent to one hour of education, training, or developmental activity. Continuous learning points build quickly when you attend training courses, conferences, and seminars; complete leadership training courses at colleges/universities; participate in professional activities; or pursue training through distance learning. Continuous learning points are assigned to distance learning courses <http://clc.dau.mil> based on their academic credits or continuing education units. Other activities--such as satellite broadcasts, viewing a video tape, listening to an audio presentation, or working through a CD-ROM or Internet course--can earn continuous learning points on the basis of 1 point per 1 hour of time devoted to the activity. On-the-job training assignments, intra- and inter-organizational, rotational, broadening, and development assignments may also qualify toward meeting the continuous learning standards.
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|Title Annotation:||Under Secretary of Defense|
|Publication:||Defense AT & L|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2005|
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