Leroy R. Grumman Cadet Squadron, NER-NY-153

Civil Air Patrol - The official auxiliary of the United States Air Force

Squadron Leadership School (SLS

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Sunday May 6, 2018 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
1600 Lincoln Ave, Holbrook,NY  (map)

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Squadron Leadership School (SLS); Sunday May 6th @ LIGHQ Holbrook, NY



Sunday May 6th 8am-6pm

Long Island Group Headquarters

1600 Lincoln Ave

Holbrook NY 11741

$25.00 per person

Breakfast, lunch and a lite dinner will be provided!

Link to Register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeW7TbyaAQlx7Md8yy9fPi-TEjsNrO-0tf5tLkDomrlB1dFqw/viewform?c=0&w=1

Squadron Leadership School (SLS) is designed to (1) enhance a senior member’s performance at the squadron level and (2) to increase understanding of the basic function of a squadron and how to improve squadron operations.

Prerequisites for attendance are completion of Level I and enrollment in one or more specialty tracks.

Objectives. Upon completion of the school, members should be able to:

(1) Understand the basic expectations associated with being a CAP member; commit to serving as a staff officer or NCO.

(2) Develop an appreciation for the essential role squadrons play in CAP; acquire practical knowledge necessary for serving as a staff officer.

(3) Comprehend the leadership attitudes and skills necessary for serving effectively as a squadron staff officer.

For further information contact:

1st Lt Rachel Silverberg Director

[email protected]

1st Lt Tina Vanek Co-Director

[email protected]

Uniform of the Day (UOD): Air Force Blues, Corporate Gray/White or CAP golf shirt/gray pants combo.

Forms: CAPF17 required

This class will be comprised of ONE DAY of on-site classes, details of which will be emailed to the students once registered.


2.1 Officership and the Public Trust

2.2 Introduction to Professional Development

3.1 Squadrons: The Heart of CAP

3.2 Squadron Staff Officers

3.3 Individualized Training in Staff Specialties

4.1 Introduction to Leadership

4.2 The Staff Officer as Communicator

4.3 Creative Thinking & Problem Solving