Productive work place that allowed me to further my education.
Unit Training Manager (Current Employee) – Tucson, Arizona – February 9, 2014
A typical day for me at work begins with checking emails, reading and strategizing, and prioritizing my plans for that day. I have learned much about managing the training for the Logistics Readiness Squadron at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ. There is a lot of different aspects of the training program, in regards to learning, I learned how to brief young airman on the importance of studying their course materials, setting up a study schedule to ensure success. I learned how to oversee training for 418 personnel. I have to review training records, as well as to make sure all training courses are being completed. I also brief my Squadron Commander monthly, on training statistics, as well as running a training course for all training monitors. My co workers are excellent. I work with one civilian, and one military personnel, in which I supervise. The work environment is awesome, we keep the energy positive, and we have fun, but we remain professional and get the job done. The hardest part of my job is ensuring that supervisors are conducting the proper training in there work areas, and managing 418 training records. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to train young airmen, and non-commissioned-officers, on conducting training in there work centers. Being able to brief leadership, on training stats, and ensuring training is being completed.
meeting everyone that is part of the logistics readiness squadron, communicating with people, and making sure training is being accomplished.