AFTB is a modular training program that is organized into three levels. The program is flexible and the classes can be taught separately for a unit briefing or a FRG meeting.
K.1 Military Life... What Does it Mean?
K.2 Military Acronyms and Terms
K.3 Chain of Command
K.4 Customs, Courtesies, Cermonies, and Traditions
K.5 Military Social Functions
Military Benefits and Entitlements
Introduction to Military and Civilian Community Resources
Introduction to Family Readiness Groups
Military Family preparedness
Resiliency, Be the Bouncing Ball
AFTB helps Family members learn about the Army life and how to maneuver through daily challenges by discovering how to decipher Army acronyms, utilize community resources, acquire personal resiliency conceptes and understand the goal and impact of the Army mission.
"Personal Growth & Resiliency"
G.1 Learn to Communicate
G.2 Effective Conflict Management
G.3 Problem Solving Strategies
G.4 Exploring Personality Traits
G.5 Improving Personal Relationship
G.6 Successul Team Dynamics
G.7 Growing Through Change
G.8 Resiliency During Crisis and Grief
G.9 Overcoming Stress
G.10 Winning at Time Management
G.11 Time to Serve: The Volunteer Experience
G.12 Heading Toward Leadership
Level II helps Family members improve personal skills through the development courses of leadership and management in conjunction with the FRG, Community agencies, or other military and civilian organizations.
Leadership Through Understanding Needs
Examning Your Leadership Styles
Effective Communication for Leaders
Developing Great Meetings
Establishing Team Dynamics
Supporting Other Through Coaching and Mentoring
Virtual Meetings: Tips and Techniques
Helps Family members develop advanced leadership skills and enhances participant’s organizational skills in the Army and civilian life.
Funded childcare is available.
Children must be registered with CYS Services.
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Please call 531-9421 to register for classes. Registration is required for classes to ensure adequate instructors and materials are available.
Army Community Service, Building920, 1591 Bell Richard Ave.
TELEPHONE NUMBER: 337-531-9421
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