JUNIOR ENLISTED LEARNING TRACK

I will never leave an Airman behind, I will never falter, And I will not fail. I am an American Airman.

 Junior Enlisted Air

Where Do I Start?

1. Upgrade Training

Your primary focus should be completing your OJT and upgrade training. Use this opportunity to become familiar with your AFSC and build strong professional relationships with your supervisor, Chain-of-Command, and coworkers.

How to Stay on Task:

-Communicate with your supervisor. Don't wait for them to communicate with you. Make sure you know when your deadlines are and what is expected of you!

-Set your own personal deadlines. For example, if you have 6 months to get specific tasks done, set yourself a goal to get them done in 4.

-Ask Questions! Clarity is key. If you are confused, not getting something, or think you have mastered a task but it's not signed off, say something!

-Address concerns. If you are falling behind, have stuff going on in your civilian life, or feel overwhelmed or stressed out, let your supervisor know! Don't wait until you are falling behind or missing deadlines to address an issue.

JUNIOR ENLISTED RESOURCE LIST

 
 
 
 

SELF LEADING TRACK

Always work toward performing at the next higher rank. Communicate with your supervisor about your strengths and areas of improvement.



Focus Areas

 

Upgrade Training


Your primary focus should be completing your OJT and upgrade training. Use this opportunity to become familiar with your AFSC and build strong professional relationships with your supervisor, Chain-of-Command, and coworkers.

How to Stay on Task


Communicate with your supervisor. Don't wait for them to communicate with you. Make sure you know when your deadlines are and what is expected of you!

Set your own personal deadlines. For example, if you have 6 months to get specific tasks done, set yourself a goal to get them done in 4.

Ask questions and ensure clarity. If you are confused, not understanding something, or think you have mastered a task but it's not signed off you must represent yourself and say something.

Address concerns. If you are falling behind, have stuff going on in your civilian life, or feel overwhelmed or stressed out, let your supervisor know! Don't wait until you are falling behind or missing deadlines to address an issue. 



 ADDITIONAL RESOURCES