Wright-Patterson AFB is operating under Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Alpha. The Civil Engineer School’s goal is to maximize the safety of all students, faculty, and staff as we continue the transition of returning to in-resident course offerings. Please check the Course Description pages for updates on delivery method.
This course teaches engineer students to understand sister service engineer capabilities and considerations for joint engineer staff. The course prepares engineers for future joint deployments, staff assignments, and homeland operations. Commanders and supervisors are highly advised to push students to attend this course for their professional development.
This course prepares engineers from all military services for future assignment to a Joint Task Force. The course focuses on joint engineer doctrine, service engineer capabilities, and employment principles for using service engineer capabilities in support of joint and service engineer requirements. Students attending the course must complete a pre-requisite distance learning phase of approximately 32-40 hours. Then, it is very highly recommended for all students to attend a 5-day resident phase. Each service provides Subject Matter Experts as guest lecturers and facilitators for small group discussions/exercises throughout the in-residence course.
Engineers in grades O2-O4 or E7-E8 serving or in-bound for joint billet or staff supporting a JTF or COCOM
Engineers in grades O5+, E9, or GS11-GS15 serving or in-bound to support a JTF staff or future joint deployment
JEOC Distance Learning Course Completion Certificate from AKO Blackboard website (upload required)