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Air Force Key Spouse Program Courses


These courses are intended for volunteer appointees of the Air Force Key Spouse Program. They provide the tools, information and resources needed to serve as an effective and supportive unit representative. They can be completed at the user’s own pace, making it convenient for those who work full time or have a busy schedule.

The modules covered in these courses will:

  • Prepare you for disasters by informing you about emergency families, assistance centers and evacuation operations.
  • Dive deeper into mission readiness and how it is the key to successfully accomplishing the mission at a deployed location and at home.
  • Provide a better understanding of operational security and information security, such as safeguarding personal identifiable information.

You must enroll in both courses and complete the final course assessment to become an Air Force key spouse.

Part one is comprised of a course introduction and four modules: Key Spouse Program Overview, Communication, Generational Diversity and Operational Security. Learn about the program’s history, responsibilities of the members, effective communication and why operational security is vital.
Length: 120 minutes
If you have completed the initial training, you are ready for part two, which is comprised of the second set of four modules: Deployment, Disaster Preparedness, Information Security and Resilience, as well as information about the Course Capstone Webinar.
Length: 120 minutes

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