HQ ARPC introduces monthly evaluations training courses

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The Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center’s evaluations branch hosted virtual training sessions for more than 1,000 service members and civilian employees during the first quarter of calendar year 2021. The training has consisted of an in-depth review of the Air Force Forms 910, 911, 912 and 707.

In previous years, evaluations team members facilitated training on-site at Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the course transitioned to the virtual environment. The benefit of the virtual training is that, instead of roughly 20 members attending the training, HQ APRC can accommodate an audience of more than 10 times the previous size. HQ ARPC also provides videos of the training on the ARPC YouTube page and DVIDS for those unable to attend or who want to refer back to review the content. 

HQ ARPC will continue hosting monthly virtual training sessions throughout the year. The training will be accessible on Microsoft Teams. The training courses will provide valuable content for all Airmen, but commander's support staff and military personnel flight personnel responsible for assisting with routing evaluations are especially encouraged to attend. The next training course is scheduled for May 19 at 11 a.m. Moutain Standard Time and will cover referral enlisted performance reports. 

In addition to the training courses, the evaluations team can also assist with questions via myPers. HQ ARPC does not recommend contacting members directly for assistance as it becomes difficult for other technicians to see transactions and notes outside of the myPers console.

Announcements regarding upcoming training dates, topics and log-in information will be distributed through AFRC/A1 communication channels and the HQ ARPC public affairs office. Be sure to like HQ ARPC on Facebook for the latest updates on these virtual courses and all personnel matters impacting the Air Force Reserve.