The MilFam 101 curriculum was developed in collaboration with the Office of Military Community and Family Policy, the service branches, joint service providers and university partners.
The courses are designed to give a high-level overview of programs and services within the Military Family Readiness System, and provide core competency training for family readiness service providers and other personnel such as unit leaders, spouses and volunteers who support service members and their families. Course content encourages integrated service delivery, referrals and warm hand-offs.
MilFam101 is available online, at no cost, through MilLife Learning. There are 20 self-paced and engaging courses in all. You can participate in the full suite of courses or select certain ones based on your training plan, needs, goals or interests.
Training action plans tailored to each course are available to extend your learning by helping you capture your goals and identify next steps, resources and people who can help you. The training action plan can be used as your own personal tool or can be easily integrated into your existing training or professional development plan.
Learn more about the MilFam 101 courses in the following descriptions.