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IG/M/AFIS_SAP/MICT Basics/Bldg 400 Rm 112/6-1352 Date(s)
Instructor: IG Personnel Location: Bldg 400 Room 112 IG Conference Room Description: This course offers a basic understanding of the Air Force Inspection System (AFIS), how to effectively conduct a self-assessment, and navigate/utilize MICT. Class Start Time: 0800-0930 Uniform: UoD Materials: None
Thu,7/27/2017 (6 of 10 available) 
IDS 2/M/BBB - How to Buy a Home/ Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Facilitator: Better Business Bureau (BBB) Where: A&FRC Bldg. 960 When: 1130-1300
Thu,7/27/2017 (26 of 32 available) 
CAA/S/Informed Decision Briefing @ 0800-1100 /(Bldg 1900, 2nd Flr/Corr L ) Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x7797 Date(s)
This briefing is MANDATORY for all 1st/2nd Term Airmen 12-15 months prior to their DOS. This informative briefing is intended to provide benefit & entitlement information and comparative data to assist members with making an educated reenlistment decision. It is NOT intended to be an in-service recruitment tool. If you have any questions, please contact the Base Career Assistance Advisor MSgt Debra Spivey at debra.spivey@us.af.mil Time: 0800-1100 hrs Dates: 22 Dec 2016 27 Jan 2017 24 Feb 2017 31 Mar 2017 28 Apr 2017 19 May 2017 30 Jun 2017 7 Jul 2017 25 Aug 2017 15 Sep 2017 20 Oct 2017 3 Nov 2017 1 Dec 2017 Location: Bldg 1900/2nd Floor Corr L Room: 2202 Uniform: ABUs
Fri,7/28/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS5/P/Better Body,Better Life Session#4/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrient, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,7/31/2017 (12 of 20 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Active Parenting of Teens/Multiple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Active Parenting of Teens Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: This is a 6 session seminar taken over an extended period of time, each session being 2 hour in length. This class is to provide information for parenting teens and preteens. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions.
Tue,8/1/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
IDS 4/S/Love and Logic/ Multiple Sessions/Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Love and Logic Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: 6 Session seminar that provides simple and particular techniques to help parents with children of all ages. This is offered over an extended period of time, each session being 1 hour and 30 minutes long. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Tue,8/1/2017 (8 of 8 available) 
IDS 4 /S/Effective Communication/1 hour/Bldg 1200/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Effective Communication Instructor: Tiffany Esparza All Levels Class Time: First Tuesday of each month from 0830-0930 Location: Bldg. 1200, Family Advocacy Conference Room, 2nd Floor, Take Elevator A Description: This one hour course focuses on general communication Skills. Could be beneficial for couples and individuals that are having a hard time communicating in relationships and at work. Required Materials: None Uniform: None Class Dates: Offered once a month Please contact Family Advocacy at 940-676-2271 with any questions.
Tue,8/1/2017 (3 of 7 available) 
EDCA / M / Effective Promotion Studying / BLDG 402/RM 323 / X-4984 Date(s)
This course is focused towards setting you up for success. It covers the Air Force testing system by describing the material needed to study. It also provides a list of resources that have been paramount to making the next rank. This course is applicable to all ranks as it also highlights how to prepare your records for the promotion board.
Wed,8/2/2017 (19 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,8/2/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS 2/M/Blended Retirement System Q&A/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Topic: Briefing on the upcoming Blended Retirement System and fielding questions Facilitator: Gregg Anderson, MFLC When: 1200-1300 Where: A&FRC Bldg. 960
Wed,8/2/2017 (31 of 32 available) 
IDS 2/M/Troops to Teachers/Bldg 960/Linda Plummer/x4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC Instructor: Linda Plummer Start/End time: 1030 - 1130 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Troops to Teachers is a U.S. Department of Defense program that helps eligible military personnel begin a new career as teachers in public schools where their skills, knowledge and experience are most needed. Target Audience: Separating/Retiring military personnel Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: UoD/Casual Required Materials: n/a
Thu,8/3/2017 (26 of 30 available) 
PACE CPDP /M/ Bldg 1923, Room 148/ 3 Aug: "The Best Leaders Are Listeners" Date(s)
A continued exploration of the theories of John Maxwell's Leadership Gold series as part of the Chief of Staff's Profession of Arms Center of Excellence (PACE) Civilian Professional Development Program (CPDP). A 1-hour discussion, open to all. The guided discussion exposes participants to a variety of diverse perspectives, helps them recognize and investigate their assumptions, improves listening and conversation skills, fosters connection to a topic, and affirms students as co-creators of knowledge. 0900, 3 Aug17. Facilitator: Mr. Godsey
Thu,8/3/2017 (23 of 25 available) 
IDS 2/S/Special Education 101/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Suzanne Russell, WFISD Special Education Director, will present an overview of the Special Education Process. From identification, Individualized Education Programs (IEP), Admission, Review, Dismissal (ARD) meetings, and your rights as parents will be just a few of the topics covered. You do not have to have a child enrolled within WFISD to attend this class. Who: Suzanne Russell, WFISD Special Education Director. Where: Airman & Family Readiness Center - Bldg. 960 (Corner of 9th & H Ave.) When: 1000-1100 Who: Open to all DoD ID cardholders
Fri,8/4/2017 (30 of 32 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#1/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,8/7/2017 (11 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/S/Fine Dining/Etiquette/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Get yourself ready for the Air Force Ball with a Fine Dining and Etiquette Course! Facilitator: A&FRC Staff Time: 1130-1230 Where: A&FRC Bldg. 960
Mon,8/7/2017 (30 of 32 available) 
IDS 2/S/Smooth Move/Bldg 960/Mr. Gary Shorts/x4358 Date(s)
Topic: "Know Before You Go" - PCS relocation information with briefings from A&FRC, Finance, Housing, and more. POC: Mr. Gary Shorts Time: 0900 - 1000 Location: A&FRC - Bldg. 960 - 9th & H Ave. Open to all DoD ID cardholders.
Tue,8/8/2017 (25 of 25 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Active Parenting of Teens/Multiple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Active Parenting of Teens Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: This is a 6 session seminar taken over an extended period of time, each session being 2 hour in length. This class is to provide information for parenting teens and preteens. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions.
Tue,8/8/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
IDS 4/S/Love and Logic/ Multiple Sessions/Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Love and Logic Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: 6 Session seminar that provides simple and particular techniques to help parents with children of all ages. This is offered over an extended period of time, each session being 1 hour and 30 minutes long. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Tue,8/8/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
Sheppard Toastmasters - Bldg 1900 Conference Room - 2nd Wednesday every month 1200-1300 Date(s)
Toastmasters is an international professional organization dedicated to improving public speaking. Toastmasters of Instruction is our local club on Sheppard, which is open to military and civilians. These meetings are an intro to Toastmasters, and a look into what our meetings are like. If you enjoy them you are welcome to join Toastmasters of Instruction. Please contact jared.stewart.5@us.af.mil for more information!
Wed,8/9/2017 (17 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,8/9/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS-4/ M / Anger Awareness in Family Systems / Bldg.1200 Family Advocacy 2nd FL /Tiffany Esparza/x2271 Date(s)
Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Anger Awareness in Family Systems Instructor: Tiffany Esparza All Levels Pillar Focus: Mental Class Time: Second Wednesday of the month from 1500-1600 Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor, Elevator A Description: This one hour course will focus on identifying the "Cycle of Anger" from its trigger to its outcomes. Understand how anger starts, how it may affect the family and gain tools to cope with it in a healthy way. Required Materials: None Uniform: None Class Dates: Offered once a month This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. Please call 676-2271 for questions.
Wed,8/9/2017 (7 of 7 available) 
IDS 2/M/USAJobs Workshop/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC Instructor: Erich Lofton Time: 1130 - 1230 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Learn how to research/apply and follow up on submissions. Target Audience: Active Duty/Family Members/Civilians Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: UoD/Casual Required Materials: n/a
Thu,8/10/2017 (28 of 32 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Active Parenting of Teens/Multiple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Active Parenting of Teens Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: This is a 6 session seminar taken over an extended period of time, each session being 2 hour in length. This class is to provide information for parenting teens and preteens. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions.
Thu,8/10/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
CMB/SP/Round Table Mentoring and Servant Leadership Luncheon (All Civilian & Military Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 148/ 1130-1230 on 10 Aug 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Are you looking for personal growth, inspiration from other perspectives, and/or the opportunity to connect with other servant leaders? Are you interested in learning about new efficiency techniques while discussing the highlights about recent innovative leadership strategies? Enjoy fellowship through these small group led discussion groups where we’ll discuss topics ranging from networking, mentorship, personal growth, leadership, and workplace effectiveness. Our mission is to “Connect, Grow, and Inspire” one another through the Socratic style of conversation which you’re ensure to enjoy! You’re welcome to bring your own lunch or purchase the available meal: Sub Sandwich, Chips, Cookies, and a Drink for only $5 (purchased at the door). These mentoring sessions are open to all Civilian or Military employees – so bring a friend or meet new ones! Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Thu,8/10/2017 (28 of 30 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Kids will be Kids/1 hour/Bldg 1200-Family Advocacy 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Kids will be Kids: Helping Parents cope Instructor: Tiffany Esparza All Levels Pillar Focus: Social Class Time: 1130-1230 Location: Bldg. 1200/2nd Floor Family Advocacy conference room, take elevator A. Description: 1 hour class to provide information on parenting styles, what is "normal" for children, (+) and (-) consequences, and to encourage communication between parent and child. Required Materials: Will be provided Uniform: None Class Date: Once a month Will be held in the Family Advocacy Conference Room, Bldg. 1200. Take Elevator A. Please call for any questions 940-676-2271
Thu,8/10/2017 (7 of 7 available) 
IDS 4/S/Love and Logic/ Multiple Sessions/Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Love and Logic Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: 6 Session seminar that provides simple and particular techniques to help parents with children of all ages. This is offered over an extended period of time, each session being 1 hour and 30 minutes long. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Fri,8/11/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#2/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,8/14/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Active Parenting of Teens/Multiple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Active Parenting of Teens Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: This is a 6 session seminar taken over an extended period of time, each session being 2 hour in length. This class is to provide information for parenting teens and preteens. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions.
Mon,8/14/2017 (8 of 8 available) 
CAA/M/NCO Professional Enhancement Seminar (Bldg 1900, PDC Auditorium Rm 2202)/MSgt Spivey x7797 Date(s)
Instructor: Senior Leadership and SMEs from various base agencies Start time: 0800-1630 hrs Dates: 18-20 Jan 2017 Dates: 19-21 Apr 2017 Dates: 16-18 Aug 2017 Dates: 15-17 Nov 2017 Location: Bldg 1900/PDC Auditorium/ 2nd Floor Corr L Rm 2202 Seminar Description: NCO PES is a 3-day seminar that bridges the gap between ALS and NCO Academy. This seminar is designed to augment and reinforce information taught in BMT, tech training, PME and job experience. Target Audience: for SSgts who completed ALS at least 3 years prior. Pillar of Focus: Mental Uniform: ABUs Required Materials: Writing pad/pen Any questions, contact Base Career Assistance Advisor - MSgt Debra Spivey @ debra.spivey@us.af.mil
Wed,8/16/2017 (unlimited) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,8/16/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS 2/M/Blended Retirement System Q&A/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Topic: Briefing on the upcoming Blended Retirement System and fielding questions Facilitator: Gregg Anderson, MFLC When: 1200-1300 Where: A&FRC Bldg. 960
Wed,8/16/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
IDS 2/S/Emotions & Your Body/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
****1 Week Prior to class - Contact Mr. Erich Lofton for course material**** Sponsoring the course: A&FRC Instructor: Erich Lofton Time: 1130-1230 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 phone - 676-4358 General Description: - Understanding of emotional reactions on logic - WISER approach/emotion line Target Audience: Active Duty/Family Members/Civilians Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: UoD/Casual Required Materials: yes - contact Mr. Lofton
Thu,8/17/2017 (30 of 32 available) 
CAA/M/NCO Professional Enhancement Seminar (Bldg 1900, PDC Auditorium Rm 2202)/MSgt Spivey x7797 Date(s)
Instructor: Senior Leadership and SMEs from various base agencies Start time: 0800-1630 hrs Dates: 18-20 Jan 2017 Dates: 19-21 Apr 2017 Dates: 16-18 Aug 2017 Dates: 15-17 Nov 2017 Location: Bldg 1900/PDC Auditorium/ 2nd Floor Corr L Rm 2202 Seminar Description: NCO PES is a 3-day seminar that bridges the gap between ALS and NCO Academy. This seminar is designed to augment and reinforce information taught in BMT, tech training, PME and job experience. Target Audience: for SSgts who completed ALS at least 3 years prior. Pillar of Focus: Mental Uniform: ABUs Required Materials: Writing pad/pen Any questions, contact Base Career Assistance Advisor - MSgt Debra Spivey @ debra.spivey@us.af.mil
Thu,8/17/2017 (unlimited) 
CAA/Bullet Writing/Bldg 1900 Coord L/PDC Aud. Rm 2202/14 Apr 17/held every 3rd Thursday of the month Date(s)
This lesson covers the AF bullet writing for EPR's and 1206's including what type of bullets should be written for each tier of the enlisted force structure. Participants will also break down and write bullets in the lesson. POC: MSgt Spivey Location: Bldg 1900 Coord L/PDC Aud. Rm 2202 Dates: 14 Apr 17 19 May 17 15 Jun 17 20 Jul 17 17 Aug 17 21 Sep 17 19 Oct 17 16 Nov 17
Thu,8/17/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS 4/ M/ Stress Awareness in Family Dynamics / Bldg 1200-Family Advocacy 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x2271 Date(s)
Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Stress Awareness in Family Dynamics/BLDG 1200 Instructor: Tiffany Esparza All levels Pillar Focus (Mental) Class time: 0800-0900 Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: Education about stress, how it may impact family dynamics and effective ways to manage. Required Material: None Uniform: None Class Dates: Offered every Month This class will be held in the Family Advocacy Conference Room, Bldg. 1200, Elevator A. Please call 940-676-2271 for questions.
Thu,8/17/2017 (7 of 7 available) 
CAA/M/NCO Professional Enhancement Seminar (Bldg 1900, PDC Auditorium Rm 2202)/MSgt Spivey x7797 Date(s)
Instructor: Senior Leadership and SMEs from various base agencies Start time: 0800-1630 hrs Dates: 18-20 Jan 2017 Dates: 19-21 Apr 2017 Dates: 16-18 Aug 2017 Dates: 15-17 Nov 2017 Location: Bldg 1900/PDC Auditorium/ 2nd Floor Corr L Rm 2202 Seminar Description: NCO PES is a 3-day seminar that bridges the gap between ALS and NCO Academy. This seminar is designed to augment and reinforce information taught in BMT, tech training, PME and job experience. Target Audience: for SSgts who completed ALS at least 3 years prior. Pillar of Focus: Mental Uniform: ABUs Required Materials: Writing pad/pen Any questions, contact Base Career Assistance Advisor - MSgt Debra Spivey @ debra.spivey@us.af.mil
Fri,8/18/2017 (unlimited) 
CAA/M/SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar /Bldg 1900 PDC Auditorium Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x-7797 Date(s)
The seminar is designed to provide newly selected Master Sergeants with an in-depth view of their increased supervisory, leadership and managerial responsibilities. It also provides assistance in making the transition to SNCO status more effective. Event: SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar Location: Bldg 1900 Rm 2202(NCOA)/Professional Development Center Auditorium (additional details to follow) Seminar dates: 21-25 August 2017 Time: 0730-1700 hrs Uniform: Mon (Blues Any Combination) Tues-Thurs (ABUs) Materials: Writing pad/pen Any questions, contact Base Career Assistance Advisor - MSgt Debra Spivey; debra.spivey@us.af.mil
Mon,8/21/2017 (19 of 50 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#3/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,8/21/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 4/S/Love and Logic/ Multiple Sessions/Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Love and Logic Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: 6 Session seminar that provides simple and particular techniques to help parents with children of all ages. This is offered over an extended period of time, each session being 1 hour and 30 minutes long. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Mon,8/21/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
IDS 2/S/Bundles for Babies/Bldg 960/Mike Brown/Barbara Kernott/x4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC/Family Advocacy Instructor: Mike Brown/Barbara Kernott Time: 0830-1130 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Offered for active duty members and spouses of active duty members who are expecting a baby as well as new mothers. Upon completion of the class, receive a free "bundle" that the Air Force Aid Society purchases from the Gerber Company. The class offers you a finance piece that focuses on budgeting for your new baby from conception to college years and a chance to find out what support programs are available on-base and in the community. Target Audience: Expecting Military active duty & spouses Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: Casual Required Materials: n/a
Tue,8/22/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
CAA/M/SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar /Bldg 1900 PDC Auditorium Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x-7797 Date(s)
The seminar is designed to provide newly selected Master Sergeants with an in-depth view of their increased supervisory, leadership and managerial responsibilities. It also provides assistance in making the transition to SNCO status more effective. Event: SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar Location: Bldg 1900 Rm 2202(NCOA)/Professional Development Center Auditorium (additional details to follow) Seminar dates: 21-25 August 2017 Time: 0730-1700 hrs Uniform: Mon (Blues Any Combination) Tues-Thurs (ABUs) Materials: Writing pad/pen Any questions, contact Base Career Assistance Advisor - MSgt Debra Spivey; debra.spivey@us.af.mil
Tue,8/22/2017 (19 of 50 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Active Parenting of Teens/Multiple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Active Parenting of Teens Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: This is a 6 session seminar taken over an extended period of time, each session being 2 hour in length. This class is to provide information for parenting teens and preteens. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions.
Tue,8/22/2017 (8 of 8 available) 
IDS 4/S/Love and Logic/ Multiple Sessions/Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Love and Logic Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: 6 Session seminar that provides simple and particular techniques to help parents with children of all ages. This is offered over an extended period of time, each session being 1 hour and 30 minutes long. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Tue,8/22/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
CAA/M/SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar /Bldg 1900 PDC Auditorium Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x-7797 Date(s)
The seminar is designed to provide newly selected Master Sergeants with an in-depth view of their increased supervisory, leadership and managerial responsibilities. It also provides assistance in making the transition to SNCO status more effective. Event: SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar Location: Bldg 1900 Rm 2202(NCOA)/Professional Development Center Auditorium (additional details to follow) Seminar dates: 21-25 August 2017 Time: 0730-1700 hrs Uniform: Mon (Blues Any Combination) Tues-Thurs (ABUs) Materials: Writing pad/pen Any questions, contact Base Career Assistance Advisor - MSgt Debra Spivey; debra.spivey@us.af.mil
Wed,8/23/2017 (19 of 50 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,8/23/2017 (unlimited) 
CMB/SP/Instructor Mentoring Forum (IMF) Strategies & Techniques (Training Instructors and & Instructor Supervisors Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 146C/ 1500-1600 on 23 Aug 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Are You Experiencing Growth as an Instructor? Any Ideas How Training Can be More Effective? These peer-to-peer discussion sessions highlight advanced strategies and techniques that can be utilized in an innovative adult-learning military classroom setting. Instructors will have the opportunity to network with other instructors, brainstorm about successful affective method usage, and incorporating creative activities while also effectively navigating through unique or sensitive types of counseling experiences and/or disciplinary situations. These mentoring sessions are open to all Civilian or Military Instructors and Instructor Supervisors. Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Wed,8/23/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/S/Fine Dining/Etiquette/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Get yourself ready for the Air Force Ball with a Fine Dining and Etiquette Course! Facilitator: A&FRC Staff Time: 1630-1730 Where: A&FRC Bldg. 960
Wed,8/23/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
CAA/M/SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar /Bldg 1900 PDC Auditorium Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x-7797 Date(s)
The seminar is designed to provide newly selected Master Sergeants with an in-depth view of their increased supervisory, leadership and managerial responsibilities. It also provides assistance in making the transition to SNCO status more effective. Event: SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar Location: Bldg 1900 Rm 2202(NCOA)/Professional Development Center Auditorium (additional details to follow) Seminar dates: 21-25 August 2017 Time: 0730-1700 hrs Uniform: Mon (Blues Any Combination) Tues-Thurs (ABUs) Materials: Writing pad/pen Any questions, contact Base Career Assistance Advisor - MSgt Debra Spivey; debra.spivey@us.af.mil
Thu,8/24/2017 (19 of 50 available) 
IDS 2/M/Active Duty Preparation and Death Benefits and Entitlements/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Topic: To increase awareness of benefits and entitlements for spouses in the event of the sponsor's death while on active duty. Ms. Sandy Abeyta - facilitator. Where: Airman & Family Readiness Center - Bldg. 960 (Corner of 9th & H Ave.) Who: Open to all DoD ID cardholders
Thu,8/24/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
CAA/M/SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar /Bldg 1900 PDC Auditorium Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x-7797 Date(s)
The seminar is designed to provide newly selected Master Sergeants with an in-depth view of their increased supervisory, leadership and managerial responsibilities. It also provides assistance in making the transition to SNCO status more effective. Event: SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar Location: Bldg 1900 Rm 2202(NCOA)/Professional Development Center Auditorium (additional details to follow) Seminar dates: 21-25 August 2017 Time: 0730-1700 hrs Uniform: Mon (Blues Any Combination) Tues-Thurs (ABUs) Materials: Writing pad/pen Any questions, contact Base Career Assistance Advisor - MSgt Debra Spivey; debra.spivey@us.af.mil
Fri,8/25/2017 (19 of 50 available) 
IDS5/P/Grocery Store Tour @ The Commissary/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
Confused about what to buy and what to avoid at the grocery store? This tour will help you to choose healthy, nutritious ingredients and how to develop meals and snacks for you and your family. We will look at food labels, organic vs. non-organic, super foods, snacks on-the-go, and many more!
Fri,8/25/2017 (12 of 12 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#4/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,8/28/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Active Parenting of Teens/Multiple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Active Parenting of Teens Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: This is a 6 session seminar taken over an extended period of time, each session being 2 hour in length. This class is to provide information for parenting teens and preteens. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions.
Tue,8/29/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
IDS 4/S/Love and Logic/ Multiple Sessions/Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Love and Logic Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: 6 Session seminar that provides simple and particular techniques to help parents with children of all ages. This is offered over an extended period of time, each session being 1 hour and 30 minutes long. This training will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Tue,8/29/2017 (7 of 8 available) 
IDS5/P/Introduction to Strength Training & Physical Fitness/Held in Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This class is for those who consider themselves to be on a "beginner level" when speaking about weight training and proper form in the gym. The purpose of this class is to introduce participants to the basic concepts of lifting/gym exercise, as well as improve their overall performance and health. Please come dressed in PT gear/exercise clothes. Please direct all questions to Saralauren Peacock, AMDS Health Promotion at 676-6003 or sara.peacock.ctr@us.af.mil.
Tue,8/29/2017 (15 of 15 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,8/30/2017 (unlimited) 
CMB/SP/Instructor Mentoring Forum (IMF) Schoolhouse Effectiveness (82 & 782 Training Group - Training Instructors and & Instructor Supervisors Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 146C/ 1500-1600 on 30 Aug 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Instructors and Instructor Supervisors will either be selected or may volunteer to participate in peer-to-peer discussion topics relating to their specific training squadron’s processes, strengths, unique experiences, and outstanding performers. Opportunities to share clarification about policies, procedures, and/or training practices can assist towards workplace efficiencies. The small groups may possibly help identify problem areas or ineffective processes within the schoolhouses that can be directed through proper channels. Information and points of contact about implementing new ideas or processes will also be available. Diversity and an overview of comparison and contrast amongst the training squadrons allows the instructors the advantage to learn from each other’s squadron which may potentially strengthen their own schoolhouse. These mentoring sessions are open to all 82 Training Group Civilian or Military Instructors and Instructor Supervisors. Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Wed,8/30/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/M/Blended Retirement System Q&A/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Topic: Briefing on the upcoming Blended Retirement System and fielding questions Facilitator: Gregg Anderson, MFLC When: 1200-1300 Where: A&FRC Bldg. 960
Wed,8/30/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
IDS5/P/Advanced Weight Training & Fitness Improvement/Held in Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This class is for those who consider themselves to be on an "advanced level" when speaking about weight training and proper form in the gym. The purpose of this class is to enhance participants physical fitness and build upon their knowledge of weight training, proper form, and exercise technique. Come dressed in PT gear/exercise clothes. Please direct all questions to Saralauren Peacock, AMDS Health Promotion at 676-6003 or sara.peacock.ctr@us.af.mil.
Wed,8/30/2017 (15 of 15 available) 
CAA/S/Informed Decision Briefing @ 0800-1100 /(Bldg 1900, 2nd Flr/Corr L ) Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x7797 Date(s)
This briefing is MANDATORY for all 1st/2nd Term Airmen 12-15 months prior to their DOS. This informative briefing is intended to provide benefit & entitlement information and comparative data to assist members with making an educated reenlistment decision. It is NOT intended to be an in-service recruitment tool. If you have any questions, please contact the Base Career Assistance Advisor MSgt Debra Spivey at debra.spivey@us.af.mil Time: 0800-1100 hrs Dates: 22 Dec 2016 27 Jan 2017 24 Feb 2017 31 Mar 2017 28 Apr 2017 19 May 2017 30 Jun 2017 7 Jul 2017 25 Aug 2017 15 Sep 2017 20 Oct 2017 3 Nov 2017 1 Dec 2017 Location: Bldg 1900/2nd Floor Corr L Room: 2202 Uniform: ABUs
Thu,8/31/2017 (unlimited) 
EDCA / M / Effective Promotion Studying / BLDG 402/RM 323 / X-4984 Date(s)
This course is focused towards setting you up for success. It covers the Air Force testing system by describing the material needed to study. It also provides a list of resources that have been paramount to making the next rank. This course is applicable to all ranks as it also highlights how to prepare your records for the promotion board.
Wed,9/6/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,9/6/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS 2/M/USAJobs Workshop/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC Instructor: Erich Lofton Time: 1130 - 1230 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Learn how to research/apply and follow up on submissions. Target Audience: Active Duty/Family Members/Civilians Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: UoD/Casual Required Materials: n/a
Thu,9/7/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
CMB/SP/Round Table Mentoring and Servant Leadership Luncheon (All Civilian & Military Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 148/ 1130-1230 on 7 Sep 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Are you looking for personal growth, inspiration from other perspectives, and/or the opportunity to connect with other servant leaders? Are you interested in learning about new efficiency techniques while discussing the highlights about recent innovative leadership strategies? Enjoy fellowship through these small group led discussion groups where we’ll discuss topics ranging from networking, mentorship, personal growth, leadership, and workplace effectiveness. Our mission is to “Connect, Grow, and Inspire” one another through the Socratic style of conversation which you’re ensure to enjoy! You’re welcome to bring your own lunch or purchase the available meal: Sub Sandwich, Chips, Cookies, and a Drink for only $5 (purchased at the door). These mentoring sessions are open to all Civilian or Military employees – so bring a friend or meet new ones! Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Thu,9/7/2017 (29 of 30 available) 
PACE CPDP /M/ Bldg 1923, Room 148/ 7 Sep: "To See How the Leader is Doing, Look at the People" Date(s)
A continued exploration of the theories of John Maxwell's Leadership Gold series as part of the Chief of Staff's Profession of Arms Center of Excellence (PACE) Civilian Professional Development Program (CPDP). A 1-hour discussion, open to all. The guided discussion exposes participants to a variety of diverse perspectives, helps them recognize and investigate their assumptions, improves listening and conversation skills, fosters connection to a topic, and affirms students as co-creators of knowledge. 0900, 7 Sep 17. Facilitator: Ms. Herwig-Mendoza
Thu,9/7/2017 (24 of 25 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Couples Links/Muliple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/ x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Couples Links Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor (Elevator A) Description: This is a 5 Session seminar taken over an extended period of time, classes being 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours in length. This class is to teach couples the Relationship Attachment Model (RAM) and how to apply it in their relationship to enhance and better the relationship. This class will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Thu,9/7/2017 (8 of 8 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#1/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This three week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,9/11/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Couples Links/Muliple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/ x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Couples Links Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor (Elevator A) Description: This is a 5 Session seminar taken over an extended period of time, classes being 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours in length. This class is to teach couples the Relationship Attachment Model (RAM) and how to apply it in their relationship to enhance and better the relationship. This class will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Mon,9/11/2017 (8 of 8 available) 
IDS 2/S/Smooth Move/Bldg 960/Mr. Gary Shorts/x4358 Date(s)
Topic: "Know Before You Go" - PCS relocation information with briefings from A&FRC, Finance, Housing, and more. POC: Mr. Gary Shorts Time: 0900 - 1000 Location: A&FRC - Bldg. 960 - 9th & H Ave. Open to all DoD ID cardholders.
Tue,9/12/2017 (25 of 25 available) 
Sheppard Toastmasters - Bldg 1900 Conference Room - 2nd Wednesday every month 1200-1300 Date(s)
Toastmasters is an international professional organization dedicated to improving public speaking. Toastmasters of Instruction is our local club on Sheppard, which is open to military and civilians. These meetings are an intro to Toastmasters, and a look into what our meetings are like. If you enjoy them you are welcome to join Toastmasters of Instruction. Please contact jared.stewart.5@us.af.mil for more information!
Wed,9/13/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,9/13/2017 (unlimited) 
CAA/S/Retraining 101 & Commissioning 101 (Bldg 1900/2nd Flr/Corr L, PDC Auditorium Rm 2202) Date(s)
The Career Assistance Advisor walks through enlisted career options: retraining, special duties, force management programs and commissioning opportunities. Class is open to all Team Sheppard members; civilians and joint service members are welcome if supervising an AF enlisted member. Location: PDC Auditorium Rm 2202/Bldg 1900/2nd floor/Corr L Time: 0900-1000 hrs
Thu,9/14/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS 2/S/HeartLink & Spouse Tour/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC Instructor: Lucretia Taylor /IDS Agency Reps Start time: 0830 (ends at 1430) Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Spouse orientation that increases awareness of AF mission and resources and services available to our families to promote resiliency skills and family retention. The day will include briefings from base agencies, tour of the base, tour of the city and lunch at a local restaurant will be provided. It's a great way to meet new people and make new friends. Target Audience: Spouses of active duty mbrs Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: Casual Required Materials: n/a
Thu,9/14/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
CMB/SP/ Critical Thinking and Strategic Decision Making (All Civilian & Military Welcome)/ Bldg 1900, Small Auditorium/ 0800-1000 on 14 Sep 17, Mr. Jose Egoavil Date(s)
Critical thinking is the mental process of discernment, analysis and evaluation. It is a form of purposeful and reflective judgment that considers evidence, context, completeness and relevance of information, biases and emotional issues. It is focused on solving problems, making decisions and planning actions. In this class, participants will develop greater ability to think more analytically about high-impact issues. Taught by SkillPath Seminars and Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Mr. Jose Egoavil at jose.egoavil.2@us.af.mil and Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Thu,9/14/2017 (30 of 30 available) 
CMB/SP/ Critical Thinking and Strategic Decision Making (All Civilian & Military Welcome)/ Bldg 1900, Small Auditorium/ 1100-1300 on 14 Sep 17, Mr. Jose Egoavil Date(s)
Critical thinking is the mental process of discernment, analysis and evaluation. It is a form of purposeful and reflective judgment that considers evidence, context, completeness and relevance of information, biases and emotional issues. It is focused on solving problems, making decisions and planning actions. In this class, participants will develop greater ability to think more analytically about high-impact issues. Taught by SkillPath Seminars and Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Mr. Jose Egoavil at jose.egoavil.2@us.af.mil and Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Thu,9/14/2017 (30 of 30 available) 
CMB/SP/ Critical Thinking and Strategic Decision Making (All Civilian & Military Welcome)/ Bldg 1900, Small Auditorium/ 1330-1530 on 14 Sep 17, Mr. Jose Egoavil Date(s)
Critical thinking is the mental process of discernment, analysis and evaluation. It is a form of purposeful and reflective judgment that considers evidence, context, completeness and relevance of information, biases and emotional issues. It is focused on solving problems, making decisions and planning actions. In this class, participants will develop greater ability to think more analytically about high-impact issues. Taught by SkillPath Seminars and Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Mr. Jose Egoavil at jose.egoavil.2@us.af.mil and Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Thu,9/14/2017 (30 of 30 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Couples Links/Muliple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/ x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Couples Links Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor (Elevator A) Description: This is a 5 Session seminar taken over an extended period of time, classes being 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours in length. This class is to teach couples the Relationship Attachment Model (RAM) and how to apply it in their relationship to enhance and better the relationship. This class will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Thu,9/14/2017 (8 of 8 available) 
CAA/S/Informed Decision Briefing @ 0800-1100 /(Bldg 1900, 2nd Flr/Corr L ) Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x7797 Date(s)
This briefing is MANDATORY for all 1st/2nd Term Airmen 12-15 months prior to their DOS. This informative briefing is intended to provide benefit & entitlement information and comparative data to assist members with making an educated reenlistment decision. It is NOT intended to be an in-service recruitment tool. If you have any questions, please contact the Base Career Assistance Advisor MSgt Debra Spivey at debra.spivey@us.af.mil Time: 0800-1100 hrs Dates: 22 Dec 2016 27 Jan 2017 24 Feb 2017 31 Mar 2017 28 Apr 2017 19 May 2017 30 Jun 2017 7 Jul 2017 25 Aug 2017 15 Sep 2017 20 Oct 2017 3 Nov 2017 1 Dec 2017 Location: Bldg 1900/2nd Floor Corr L Room: 2202 Uniform: ABUs
Fri,9/15/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#2/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This three week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,9/18/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/S/Bundles for Babies/Bldg 960/Mike Brown/Barbara Kernott/x4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC/Family Advocacy Instructor: Mike Brown/Barbara Kernott Time: 0830-1130 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Offered for active duty members and spouses of active duty members who are expecting a baby as well as new mothers. Upon completion of the class, receive a free "bundle" that the Air Force Aid Society purchases from the Gerber Company. The class offers you a finance piece that focuses on budgeting for your new baby from conception to college years and a chance to find out what support programs are available on-base and in the community. Target Audience: Expecting Military active duty & spouses Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: Casual Required Materials: n/a
Tue,9/19/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
IDS 4/ M/ Stress Awareness in Family Dynamics / Bldg 1200-Family Advocacy 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x2271 Date(s)
Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Stress Awareness in Family Dynamics/BLDG 1200 Instructor: Tiffany Esparza All levels Pillar Focus (Mental) Class time: 0800-0900 Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: Education about stress, how it may impact family dynamics and effective ways to manage. Required Material: None Uniform: None Class Dates: Offered every Month This class will be held in the Family Advocacy Conference Room, Bldg. 1200, Elevator A. Please call 940-676-2271 for questions.
Wed,9/20/2017 (7 of 7 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,9/20/2017 (unlimited) 
CMB/SP/Instructor Mentoring Forum (IMF) Strategies & Techniques (Training Instructors and & Instructor Supervisors Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 146C/ 1500-1600 on 20 Sep 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Are You Experiencing Growth as an Instructor? Any Ideas How Training Can be More Effective? These peer-to-peer discussion sessions highlight advanced strategies and techniques that can be utilized in an innovative adult-learning military classroom setting. Instructors will have the opportunity to network with other instructors, brainstorm about successful affective method usage, and incorporating creative activities while also effectively navigating through unique or sensitive types of counseling experiences and/or disciplinary situations. These mentoring sessions are open to all Civilian or Military Instructors and Instructor Supervisors. Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Wed,9/20/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
CAA/Bullet Writing/Bldg 1900 Coord L/PDC Aud. Rm 2202/14 Apr 17/held every 3rd Thursday of the month Date(s)
This lesson covers the AF bullet writing for EPR's and 1206's including what type of bullets should be written for each tier of the enlisted force structure. Participants will also break down and write bullets in the lesson. POC: MSgt Spivey Location: Bldg 1900 Coord L/PDC Aud. Rm 2202 Dates: 14 Apr 17 19 May 17 15 Jun 17 20 Jul 17 17 Aug 17 21 Sep 17 19 Oct 17 16 Nov 17
Thu,9/21/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS 4/S/ Couples Links/Muliple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/ x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Couples Links Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor (Elevator A) Description: This is a 5 Session seminar taken over an extended period of time, classes being 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours in length. This class is to teach couples the Relationship Attachment Model (RAM) and how to apply it in their relationship to enhance and better the relationship. This class will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Thu,9/21/2017 (8 of 8 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#3/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This three week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,9/25/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/S/Civilian Resume Writing/1 hour 30min./Bldg 960 A&FRC/Linda Plummer/x4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC Instructor: Linda Plummer Time: 0900-1030 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Tips on preparing a well written resume to obtain a position in the civilian sector Target Audience: Active Duty/Family Members/Civilians Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: UoD/Casual Required Materials: n/a
Tue,9/26/2017 (24 of 25 available) 
IDS 2/M/Saving and Investing/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Topic: Briefing/discussion about Saving and Investing strategies Facilitator: A&FRC Staff/Associates When: 1200-1300 Where: A&FRC Bldg. 960
Tue,9/26/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
IDS 2/M/Survivor Benefit Plan and Divorce/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Session will cover options available as a former spouse of a retired member who elected SBP spouse coverage at retirement and then subsequently divorced. Spouse’s of active duty members who are retiring in the next 12 months are highly encouraged to attend as well. Facilitator: Ms. Sandy Abeyta Where: Airman & Family Readiness Center - Bldg. 960 (Corner of 9th & H Ave.) When: 1400-1500 Who: Open to all DoD ID cardholders
Wed,9/27/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,9/27/2017 (unlimited) 
CMB/SP/Instructor Mentoring Forum (IMF) Schoolhouse Effectiveness (82 & 782 Training Group - Training Instructors and & Instructor Supervisors Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 146C/ 1500-1600 on 27 Sep 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Instructors and Instructor Supervisors will either be selected or may volunteer to participate in peer-to-peer discussion topics relating to their specific training squadron’s processes, strengths, unique experiences, and outstanding performers. Opportunities to share clarification about policies, procedures, and/or training practices can assist towards workplace efficiencies. The small groups may possibly help identify problem areas or ineffective processes within the schoolhouses that can be directed through proper channels. Information and points of contact about implementing new ideas or processes will also be available. Diversity and an overview of comparison and contrast amongst the training squadrons allows the instructors the advantage to learn from each other’s squadron which may potentially strengthen their own schoolhouse. These mentoring sessions are open to all 82 Training Group Civilian or Military Instructors and Instructor Supervisors. Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Wed,9/27/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/Sp/4 Lenses Temperament Discovery/Bldg 960/676-4358 Date(s)
Topic: Discover your innate strengths, talents, and motivations and those within your work and home life. This course enables you to understand how to work more effectively with natural talents and become aware of possible blind spots in communication. Facilitator: Karen Previe and Leigh Dedrick When: 1130-1300 Where: A&FRC Bldg. 960
Thu,9/28/2017 (18 of 20 available) 
IDS 4/S/ Couples Links/Muliple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/ x-2271 Date(s)
***MULTIPLE SESSION SEMINAR*** Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Couples Links Instructor: Tiffany Esparza Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor (Elevator A) Description: This is a 5 Session seminar taken over an extended period of time, classes being 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours in length. This class is to teach couples the Relationship Attachment Model (RAM) and how to apply it in their relationship to enhance and better the relationship. This class will take place in the Family Advocacy Conference Room. Bldg 1200 - 2nd floor, elevator A. 676-2271 for questions
Thu,9/28/2017 (8 of 8 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#1/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrient, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,10/2/2017 (unlimited) 
EDCA / M / Effective Promotion Studying / BLDG 402/RM 323 / X-4984 Date(s)
This course is focused towards setting you up for success. It covers the Air Force testing system by describing the material needed to study. It also provides a list of resources that have been paramount to making the next rank. This course is applicable to all ranks as it also highlights how to prepare your records for the promotion board.
Wed,10/4/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,10/4/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS 2/S/Smooth Move/Bldg 960/Mr. Gary Shorts/x4358 Date(s)
Topic: "Know Before You Go" - PCS relocation information with briefings from A&FRC, Finance, Housing, and more. POC: Mr. Gary Shorts Time: 0900 - 1000 Location: A&FRC - Bldg. 960 - 9th & H Ave. Open to all DoD ID cardholders.
Tue,10/10/2017 (25 of 25 available) 
Sheppard Toastmasters - Bldg 1900 Conference Room - 2nd Wednesday every month 1200-1300 Date(s)
Toastmasters is an international professional organization dedicated to improving public speaking. Toastmasters of Instruction is our local club on Sheppard, which is open to military and civilians. These meetings are an intro to Toastmasters, and a look into what our meetings are like. If you enjoy them you are welcome to join Toastmasters of Instruction. Please contact jared.stewart.5@us.af.mil for more information!
Wed,10/11/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,10/11/2017 (unlimited) 
CMB/SP/Round Table Mentoring and Servant Leadership Luncheon (All Civilian & Military Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 148/ 1130-1230 on 12 Oct 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Are you looking for personal growth, inspiration from other perspectives, and/or the opportunity to connect with other servant leaders? Are you interested in learning about new efficiency techniques while discussing the highlights about recent innovative leadership strategies? Enjoy fellowship through these small group led discussion groups where we’ll discuss topics ranging from networking, mentorship, personal growth, leadership, and workplace effectiveness. Our mission is to “Connect, Grow, and Inspire” one another through the Socratic style of conversation which you’re ensure to enjoy! You’re welcome to bring your own lunch or purchase the available meal: Sub Sandwich, Chips, Cookies, and a Drink for only $5 (purchased at the door). These mentoring sessions are open to all Civilian or Military employees – so bring a friend or meet new ones! Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Thu,10/12/2017 (29 of 30 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#2/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,10/16/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 4/ M/ Stress Awareness in Family Dynamics / Bldg 1200-Family Advocacy 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x2271 Date(s)
Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Stress Awareness in Family Dynamics/BLDG 1200 Instructor: Tiffany Esparza All levels Pillar Focus (Mental) Class time: 0800-0900 Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: Education about stress, how it may impact family dynamics and effective ways to manage. Required Material: None Uniform: None Class Dates: Offered every Month This class will be held in the Family Advocacy Conference Room, Bldg. 1200, Elevator A. Please call 940-676-2271 for questions.
Wed,10/18/2017 (7 of 7 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,10/18/2017 (unlimited) 
CMB/SP/Instructor Mentoring Forum (IMF) Strategies & Techniques (Training Instructors and & Instructor Supervisors Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 146C/ 1500-1600 on 18 Oct 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Are You Experiencing Growth as an Instructor? Any Ideas How Training Can be More Effective? These peer-to-peer discussion sessions highlight advanced strategies and techniques that can be utilized in an innovative adult-learning military classroom setting. Instructors will have the opportunity to network with other instructors, brainstorm about successful affective method usage, and incorporating creative activities while also effectively navigating through unique or sensitive types of counseling experiences and/or disciplinary situations. These mentoring sessions are open to all Civilian or Military Instructors and Instructor Supervisors. Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Wed,10/18/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
CAA/Bullet Writing/Bldg 1900 Coord L/PDC Aud. Rm 2202/14 Apr 17/held every 3rd Thursday of the month Date(s)
This lesson covers the AF bullet writing for EPR's and 1206's including what type of bullets should be written for each tier of the enlisted force structure. Participants will also break down and write bullets in the lesson. POC: MSgt Spivey Location: Bldg 1900 Coord L/PDC Aud. Rm 2202 Dates: 14 Apr 17 19 May 17 15 Jun 17 20 Jul 17 17 Aug 17 21 Sep 17 19 Oct 17 16 Nov 17
Thu,10/19/2017 (unlimited) 
CAA/S/Informed Decision Briefing @ 0800-1100 /(Bldg 1900, 2nd Flr/Corr L ) Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x7797 Date(s)
This briefing is MANDATORY for all 1st/2nd Term Airmen 12-15 months prior to their DOS. This informative briefing is intended to provide benefit & entitlement information and comparative data to assist members with making an educated reenlistment decision. It is NOT intended to be an in-service recruitment tool. If you have any questions, please contact the Base Career Assistance Advisor MSgt Debra Spivey at debra.spivey@us.af.mil Time: 0800-1100 hrs Dates: 22 Dec 2016 27 Jan 2017 24 Feb 2017 31 Mar 2017 28 Apr 2017 19 May 2017 30 Jun 2017 7 Jul 2017 25 Aug 2017 15 Sep 2017 20 Oct 2017 3 Nov 2017 1 Dec 2017 Location: Bldg 1900/2nd Floor Corr L Room: 2202 Uniform: ABUs
Fri,10/20/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#3/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,10/23/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/S/Bundles for Babies/Bldg 960/Mike Brown/Barbara Kernott/x4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC/Family Advocacy Instructor: Mike Brown/Barbara Kernott Time: 0830-1130 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Offered for active duty members and spouses of active duty members who are expecting a baby as well as new mothers. Upon completion of the class, receive a free "bundle" that the Air Force Aid Society purchases from the Gerber Company. The class offers you a finance piece that focuses on budgeting for your new baby from conception to college years and a chance to find out what support programs are available on-base and in the community. Target Audience: Expecting Military active duty & spouses Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: Casual Required Materials: n/a
Tue,10/24/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,10/25/2017 (unlimited) 
CMB/SP/Instructor Mentoring Forum (IMF) Schoolhouse Effectiveness (82 & 782 Training Group - Training Instructors and & Instructor Supervisors Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 146C/ 1500-1600 on 25 Oct 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Instructors and Instructor Supervisors will either be selected or may volunteer to participate in peer-to-peer discussion topics relating to their specific training squadron’s processes, strengths, unique experiences, and outstanding performers. Opportunities to share clarification about policies, procedures, and/or training practices can assist towards workplace efficiencies. The small groups may possibly help identify problem areas or ineffective processes within the schoolhouses that can be directed through proper channels. Information and points of contact about implementing new ideas or processes will also be available. Diversity and an overview of comparison and contrast amongst the training squadrons allows the instructors the advantage to learn from each other’s squadron which may potentially strengthen their own schoolhouse. These mentoring sessions are open to all 82 Training Group Civilian or Military Instructors and Instructor Supervisors. Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Wed,10/25/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#4/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,10/30/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
EDCA / M / Effective Promotion Studying / BLDG 402/RM 323 / X-4984 Date(s)
This course is focused towards setting you up for success. It covers the Air Force testing system by describing the material needed to study. It also provides a list of resources that have been paramount to making the next rank. This course is applicable to all ranks as it also highlights how to prepare your records for the promotion board.
Wed,11/1/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,11/1/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#1/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrient, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,11/6/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
Sheppard Toastmasters - Bldg 1900 Conference Room - 2nd Wednesday every month 1200-1300 Date(s)
Toastmasters is an international professional organization dedicated to improving public speaking. Toastmasters of Instruction is our local club on Sheppard, which is open to military and civilians. These meetings are an intro to Toastmasters, and a look into what our meetings are like. If you enjoy them you are welcome to join Toastmasters of Instruction. Please contact jared.stewart.5@us.af.mil for more information!
Wed,11/8/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,11/8/2017 (unlimited) 
CMB/SP/Round Table Mentoring and Servant Leadership Luncheon (All Civilian & Military Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 148/ 1130-1230 on 9 Nov 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza Date(s)
Are you looking for personal growth, inspiration from other perspectives, and/or the opportunity to connect with other servant leaders? Are you interested in learning about new efficiency techniques while discussing the highlights about recent innovative leadership strategies? Enjoy fellowship through these small group led discussion groups where we’ll discuss topics ranging from networking, mentorship, personal growth, leadership, and workplace effectiveness. Our mission is to “Connect, Grow, and Inspire” one another through the Socratic style of conversation which you’re ensure to enjoy! You’re welcome to bring your own lunch or purchase the available meal: Sub Sandwich, Chips, Cookies, and a Drink for only $5 (purchased at the door). These mentoring sessions are open to all Civilian or Military employees – so bring a friend or meet new ones! Sponsored by SAFB Civilian Mentoring Board (CMB). POC: Ms. Audrey Herwig Mendoza at audrey.herwig_mendoza@us.af.mil.
Thu,11/9/2017 (30 of 30 available) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#2/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,11/13/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/S/Smooth Move/Bldg 960/Mr. Gary Shorts/x4358 Date(s)
Topic: "Know Before You Go" - PCS relocation information with briefings from A&FRC, Finance, Housing, and more. POC: Mr. Gary Shorts Time: 0900 - 1000 Location: A&FRC - Bldg. 960 - 9th & H Ave. Open to all DoD ID cardholders.
Tue,11/14/2017 (25 of 25 available) 
IDS 4/ M/ Stress Awareness in Family Dynamics / Bldg 1200-Family Advocacy 2nd FL/Tiffany Esparza/x2271 Date(s)
Sponsoring Course: IDS Class: Stress Awareness in Family Dynamics/BLDG 1200 Instructor: Tiffany Esparza All levels Pillar Focus (Mental) Class time: 0800-0900 Location: Bldg. 1200, 2nd Floor Description: Education about stress, how it may impact family dynamics and effective ways to manage. Required Material: None Uniform: None Class Dates: Offered every Month This class will be held in the Family Advocacy Conference Room, Bldg. 1200, Elevator A. Please call 940-676-2271 for questions.
Wed,11/15/2017 (7 of 7 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,11/15/2017 (unlimited) 
CAA/Bullet Writing/Bldg 1900 Coord L/PDC Aud. Rm 2202/14 Apr 17/held every 3rd Thursday of the month Date(s)
This lesson covers the AF bullet writing for EPR's and 1206's including what type of bullets should be written for each tier of the enlisted force structure. Participants will also break down and write bullets in the lesson. POC: MSgt Spivey Location: Bldg 1900 Coord L/PDC Aud. Rm 2202 Dates: 14 Apr 17 19 May 17 15 Jun 17 20 Jul 17 17 Aug 17 21 Sep 17 19 Oct 17 16 Nov 17
Thu,11/16/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#3/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,11/20/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,11/22/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS5/P/Better Body, Better Life Session#4/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003 Date(s)
This four week course covers all aspects of nutrition. We will discuss macronutrients, meal planning, sugar, alcohol, dining out, and so much more. Each class is one hour long. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Mon,11/27/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
IDS 2/S/Civilian Resume Writing/1 hour 30min./Bldg 960 A&FRC/Linda Plummer/x4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC Instructor: Linda Plummer Time: 0900-1030 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Tips on preparing a well written resume to obtain a position in the civilian sector Target Audience: Active Duty/Family Members/Civilians Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: UoD/Casual Required Materials: n/a
Tue,11/28/2017 (25 of 25 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,11/29/2017 (unlimited) 
EDCA / M / Effective Promotion Studying / BLDG 402/RM 323 / X-4984 Date(s)
This course is focused towards setting you up for success. It covers the Air Force testing system by describing the material needed to study. It also provides a list of resources that have been paramount to making the next rank. This course is applicable to all ranks as it also highlights how to prepare your records for the promotion board.
Wed,12/6/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,12/6/2017 (unlimited) 
IDS 2/S/Bundles for Babies/Bldg 960/Mike Brown/Barbara Kernott/x4358 Date(s)
Sponsoring the course: A&FRC/Family Advocacy Instructor: Mike Brown/Barbara Kernott Time: 0830-1130 Location: A&FRC/Bldg 960 General Description: Offered for active duty members and spouses of active duty members who are expecting a baby as well as new mothers. Upon completion of the class, receive a free "bundle" that the Air Force Aid Society purchases from the Gerber Company. The class offers you a finance piece that focuses on budgeting for your new baby from conception to college years and a chance to find out what support programs are available on-base and in the community. Target Audience: Expecting Military active duty & spouses Pillar of Focus: Social Uniform: Casual Required Materials: n/a
Tue,12/12/2017 (32 of 32 available) 
IDS 2/S/Smooth Move/Bldg 960/Mr. Gary Shorts/x4358 Date(s)
Topic: "Know Before You Go" - PCS relocation information with briefings from A&FRC, Finance, Housing, and more. POC: Mr. Gary Shorts Time: 0900 - 1000 Location: A&FRC - Bldg. 960 - 9th & H Ave. Open to all DoD ID cardholders.
Tue,12/12/2017 (25 of 25 available) 
Sheppard Toastmasters - Bldg 1900 Conference Room - 2nd Wednesday every month 1200-1300 Date(s)
Toastmasters is an international professional organization dedicated to improving public speaking. Toastmasters of Instruction is our local club on Sheppard, which is open to military and civilians. These meetings are an intro to Toastmasters, and a look into what our meetings are like. If you enjoy them you are welcome to join Toastmasters of Instruction. Please contact jared.stewart.5@us.af.mil for more information!
Wed,12/13/2017 (20 of 20 available) 
HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133 Date(s)
The Sheppard Chaplain Corps would like to announce an upcoming spiritual resiliency course. This six-part video series is an exploration of the ethical and moral breakdown in contemporary culture and what we can do to examine our own characters and see how ethical/moral issues relate to our lives. This spiritually-centered discussion is not based in any one religion or denomination. The intent is to engage in meaningful discussion around the essential nature of ethics in informing daily decisions. Panelists in the video portion come from Christian backgrounds (Protestant and Catholic) who discuss from a viewpoint of Natural Law in addition to the common Christian foundations. Each of the six parts of this video and discussion relate to and build on the others, but a participant can attend one part independent of the others and still get great benefit from participating. Each portion of this course earns one hour of Leadership Pathways credit in the spiritual domain of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Provided interest continues, we will run this discussion indefinitely every Wednesday at 1130 at the Solid Rock Café (bldg. 450) conference room (located on the far side of the kitchen). All are welcome to bring their lunch to this event.
Wed,12/13/2017 (unlimited) 
Wed,12/20/2017 (unlimited) 
Wed,12/27/2017 (unlimited) 
EDCA / M / Effective Promotion Studying / BLDG 402/RM 323 / X-4984 Date(s)
This course is focused towards setting you up for success. It covers the Air Force testing system by describing the material needed to study. It also provides a list of resources that have been paramount to making the next rank. This course is applicable to all ranks as it also highlights how to prepare your records for the promotion board.
Wed,1/3/2018 (20 of 20 available) 
Sheppard Toastmasters - Bldg 1900 Conference Room - 2nd Wednesday every month 1200-1300 Date(s)
Toastmasters is an international professional organization dedicated to improving public speaking. Toastmasters of Instruction is our local club on Sheppard, which is open to military and civilians. These meetings are an intro to Toastmasters, and a look into what our meetings are like. If you enjoy them you are welcome to join Toastmasters of Instruction. Please contact jared.stewart.5@us.af.mil for more information!
Wed,1/10/2018 (20 of 20 available) 
Wed,2/14/2018 (20 of 20 available) 
 

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This Week's Classes

 

Date

Name

Time

Domain/staff

07/24/2017

IDS5/P/Body Composition Analysis Education/Bldg 1200 Health Promotion Office/676-3052

8:30am

Physical 

07/24/2017

IDS 4/ S/ Couples Links/Muliple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/ x-2271

1:00pm

Social 

07/24/2017

IDS5/P/Better Body,Better Life Session#3/Pitsenbarger Gym Classroom/Saralauren PeacockX6003

1:30pm

Physical 

07/25/2017

IDS 2/S/Civilian Resume Writing/1 hour 30min./Bldg 960 A&FRC/Linda Plummer/x4358

9:00am

Social 

07/25/2017

IDS 4/ S/ Couples Links/Muliple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/ x-2271

1:00pm

Social 

07/26/2017

IDS5/P/Body Composition Analysis Education/Bldg 1200 Health Promotion Office/676-3052

8:30am

Physical 

07/26/2017

IDS 2/M/TRICARE for Military Retirees/30 min./Bldg. 960 A&FRC/Linda Plummer/x4358

9:00am

Mental 

07/26/2017

IDS 2/S/Spouse Sponsor Training/Bldg 960/676-4358

10:00am

Social 

07/26/2017

HC/SP/Doing the Right Thing Ethics Video/Discussion/Bldg 450, Conf Rm, Ch Larsen 6-6133

11:30am

Spiritual 

07/26/2017

IDS 4/ S/ Couples Links/Muliple Sessions/ Bldg 1200-FAP 2nd FL/ x-2271

1:00pm

Social 

07/26/2017

CMB/SP/Instructor Mentoring Forum (IMF) Schoolhouse Effectiveness (82 & 782 Training Group - Training Instructors and & Instructor Supervisors Welcome)/ Bldg 1923, Room 146C/ 1500-1600 on 26 Jul 17, Ms. Herwig Mendoza

3:00pm

Spiritual 

07/26/2017

IDS 2/S/Spouse Sponsor Training/Bldg 960/676-4358

6:00pm

Social 

07/27/2017

IG/M/AFIS_SAP/MICT Basics/Bldg 400 Rm 112/6-1352

8:00am

Mental 

07/27/2017

IDS 2/M/BBB - How to Buy a Home/ Bldg 960/676-4358

11:30am

Mental 

07/27/2017

CMB/Civilian Mentoring Connections (CMC)

3:00pm

Mental 

07/28/2017

CAA/S/Informed Decision Briefing @ 0800-1100 /(Bldg 1900, 2nd Flr/Corr L ) Rm 2202/MSgt Spivey x7797

8:00am

Social 

07/28/2017

IDS5/P/Body Composition Analysis Education/Bldg 1200 Health Promotion Office/676-3052

8:30am

Physical 

07/29/2017

IDS-4/ S / Fantastic Fathers/Skeet Shooting/Bldg.1200 FAP Conference Room, 2nd Floor, Elevator A/Fathers/x2271

10:00am

Social