COURSE: WMGT 400 Civil Engineer Commander/Deputy CourseOBJECTIVE: Comprehend and apply skills necessary to be an effective Civil Engineer Commander and Base Civil Engineer. DESCRIPTION: Course curriculum includes development of personal skills (i.e. - communication, enhanced body of CE knowledge, etc.), squadron commander lessons learned (i.e. - BCE Mentorship/Perspectives), Air Force Incident Management System, and current Civil Engineer and functional responsibilities policy and guidance. This course addresses functional subject matter, current areas of change, and provides squadron command perspectives. Students are taught by functional area instructors from the Air Staff, the Installation Support Center (ISC), and other personnel in senior leadership positions. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: First-time Total Force Base Civil Engineers, Deputy Base Civil Engineers, Civil Engineer Squadron Commanders, Civil Engineer Squadron Commander selects SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Repeat Commanders or Deputy Commanders GRADE: Officers: O4-O6; Enlisted: No; Civilians: GS11-GS15 PREREQUISITES: Bachelor's degree in engineering or architecture SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Graduates may repeat attendance after three years minimum experience COURSE CREDIT: 4 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards COURSE LENGTH: 2 weeks to include Incident Management Course (formerly On-Scene Commanders' Course) QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.