CFETP 3E9X1Parts I and II23 January 2020DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCEHeadquarters US Air ForceWashington DC 20330-5000AFSC 3E9X1EMERGENCY MANAGEMENTMASTERBASICSENIORCAREER FIELDEDUCATION AND TRAINING PLANACCESSIBILITY: Publications and forms are available on the e-publishing website at fordownloading or ordering.RELEASABILITY: There are no restrictions on this publication.

CFETP 3E9X1, 23 JAN 2020Table of ContentsPART ITable of Contents . 1Preface . 31. Purpose . 3Abbreviations . 5Terms . 8Section A—General Information . 11A1. Purpose of the CFETP . 11A2. Uses of the CFETP . 11A3. Coordination and Approval of the CFETP . 12Section B—Career Field Progression and Information . 13B1. Specialty Descriptions. 13B2. Skill and Career Progression . 14B3. Training Decisions . 18B4. Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) . 18B5. Career Path. The EM Pyramid illustrates the AFS 3E9X1 career field path. . 22Section C—Skill Level Training Requirements . 29C1. Purpose. 29C2. Specialty Qualification Requirements . 29Section D—Resource Constraints . 37D1. Purpose. 37Section E—Transitional Training Guide . 38E1. Reserved. . 38Section A—Specialty Training Standards (STS) . 39A1. Implementation. 39A2. Purpose. 39A3. STS Columns . 39A4. Training and Documentation . 40A5. Specialty Knowledge Tests (SKT) . 42A6. Recommendations. . 42Section B—Course Objective List (COL) . 44B1. Measurement. . 44B2. Standard. . 44B3. Proficiency Level. 44B4. COL. . 441

CFETP 3E9X1, 23 JAN 2020Section C—Support Materials . 45C1. Purpose. 45Section D—Training Course Index . 46D1. Purpose. 46Section E—MAJCOM Unique Requirements . 48E1. Reserved. . 48Section F—Home Station Training (HST) . 49F1. Purpose. . 49F2. HST Requirements . 49F3. HST References. . 50AttachmentsA1. Qualitative Requirements (Proficiency Code Key) . 52A2. Specialty Training Standard . 54A3. AFQTP Documentation Record. 77OPR: AFCEC/CXRCertified by: CMSgt Joseph Trenholm, AF/A4CSupersedes: CFETP 3E9X1, 15 December 2014, CFETP 3E9X1C1, 03 March 2016, CFETP 3E9X1C2, 31 March 2017Pages: 832

CFETP 3E9X1, 23 JAN 2020Preface1. Purpose1.1. The Career Field Enlisted Training Program (CFETP) is a comprehensive education and trainingdocument identifying life cycle education and training requirements, training support resources, andminimum requirements for personnel of an Air Force specialty. The CFETP provides a career path tosuccess in all parts of career field training and serves as the “Contract for Training” between AirEducation and Training Command (AETC) and career field.Note: Part II guides and supports qualification training to civilians occupying associated duty positions.1.2. The CFETP consists of two parts. Supervisors use both parts to plan, manage, and control specialtytraining.1.2.1. Part I provides information for overall management of a specialty. Section A explains how the plan is used. Section B identifies progression information, duties and responsibilities, training decisions andcareer field path. Section C associates each level with qualifications (knowledge, education, experience, trainingand other as defined). Section D displays resource constraints. Section E identifies training guide requirements for a Staff Sergeant (SSgt) – Master Sergeant(MSgt) transition.1.2.2. Part II includes: Section A explains the Specialty Training Standard (STS). This includes duties, tasks, andtechnical references that support local training, AETC conducted training, wartime course and coretask, and correspondence course requirements. Section B contains the course objective list and training standards. Supervisors use these todetermine when airmen satisfy training requirements. Section C identifies available support materials—often-developed Qualification TrainingPackage (QTP) used to support proficiency training. Section D identifies the training course index. Supervisors use this to determine availableresources to support training. Mandatory and optional courses and exportable courseware are included.3

CFETP 3E9X1, 23 JAN 20201.2.2.5. Section E identifies Major Command (MAJCOM) unique training requirements supervisorsuse to determine additional training required for the associated qualification need. Section F identifies home station training references and course material required for thisspecialty in support of contingency and wartime training.1.3. Guidance provided in the CFETP ensures individuals in this specialty receive effective training toproduce desired results at the appropriate interval in their career. This plan enables supervisors’ to traintoday’s workforce for tomorrow’s jobs.4

CFETP 3E9X1, 23 JAN 2020AbbreviationsA1C—Airman First ClassABC—Atomic, Biological, ChemicalADLS—Advanced Distributed Learning ServiceAETC—Air Education and Training CommandAF—Air ForceAFCEC—Air Force Civil Engineer CenterAFCFM—Air Force Career Field ManagerAFECD—Air Force Enlisted Classification DirectoryAFH—Air Force HandbookAFI—Air Force InstructionAFIT—Air Force Institute of TechnologyAFMAN—Air Force ManualAFOSH—Air Force Occupational Safety and HealthAFPAM—Air Force PamphletAFPD—Air Force Policy DirectiveAFQTP—Air Force Qualification Training PackageAFRC—Air Force Reserve CommandAFS—Air Force SpecialtyAFSC—Air Force Specialty CodeAFTR—Air Force Training RecordALE—Advanced Leadership ExperienceALS—Airman Leadership SchoolAmn—AirmanANG—Air National GuardARC—Air Reserve ComponentARIS—Automated Readiness Information SystemCBR—Chemical, Biological, RadiologicalCBRN—Chemical, Biological, Radiological, NuclearCBRNE—Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High Yield ExplosiveCBT—Computer Based TrainingCCA—Contamination Control AreaCCAF—Community College of the Air ForceCDC—Career Development CourseCE—Civil EngineerCFETP—Career Field Education and Training PlanCMSgt—Chief Master SergeantCOL—Course Objective ListCRA—Contingency Ready AirmanDAFSC—Duty Air Force Specialty Code5

CFETP 3E9X1, 23 JAN 2020DAGR—Defense Advanced GPS ReceiverDL—Distance LearningDOD—Department of DefenseDODD—Department of Defense DirectiveDODI—Department of Defense InstructionDRF—Disaster Response ForceDRU—Direct Reporting UnitDTRA—Defense Threat Reduction AgencyEM—Emergency ManagementEPME—Enlisted Professional Military EducationEMWG—Emergency Management Working GroupEOC—Emergency Operations CenterEPRRC— Enlisted Performance References and RequirementsESL—Equipment & Supplies ListingETCA—Education and Training Course AnnouncementsFEMA—Federal Emergency Management AgencyFDM—Force Development ManagerFOA—Field Operating AgencyGPS—Global Positioning SystemHAZMAT—Hazardous MaterialHQ—HeadquartersHSEEP—Homeland Security and Exercise and Evaluation ProgramHST—Home Station TrainingILE—Intermediate Leadership ExperienceJSGPM—Joint Service General Purpose MaskMAJCOM—Major CommandMFM—MAJCOM Functional ManagerMOPP—Mission Oriented Protective PostureMSgt—Master SergeantMTT—Mobile Training TeamNCOA—Noncommissioned Officer AcademyOJT—On-the-Job TrainingOPR—Office of Primary ResponsibilityPME—Professional Military EducationPrime BEEF—Prime Base Engineer Emergency ForceRD&A—Research, Development, and AcquisitionSAV—Staff Assistance VisitSDA—Special Duty AssignmentSMSgt—Senior Master SergeantSNCOA—Senior Noncommissioned Officer AcademySORTS—Status of Resources and Training System6

CFETP 3E9X1, 23 JAN 2020SrA—Senior AirmanSTS—Specialty Training StandardTIS—Time In ServiceTO—Technical OrderTSgt—Technical SergeantUGT—Upgrade TrainingUTC—Unit Type CodeUTM—Unit Training ManagerWAPS—Weighted Airman Promotion SystemWIT—Wing Inspection TeamWMD—Weapon of Mass Destruction7

CFETP 3E9X1, 23 JAN 2020TermsAir Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM). AFS leadership authority and career field OPR. Appointedby HQ USAF Deputy Chief of Staff or Under Secretariat. Ensures training and proper use of assignedspecialties to support Air Force mission requirements. Works unilaterally with MAJCOM FunctionalManagers (MFM’s).Air Force Certified Emergency Manager (AFCEM). Program is similar to the InternationalAssociation of Emergency Managers (IAEM) Certified Emergency Manager. This three-step buildingblock program is internationally recognized as providing increased credibility, professional identity,career recognition, and enhanced career planning.Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory (AFECD). Official guide to the Air Force EnlistedClassification Codes. The guide establishes the occupational structure of the Air Force enlisted force. Theoccupational structure is flexible to permit enlisted personnel to specialize and develop their skills and abilitieswhile allowing the Air Force to meet changing mission requirements.Air Force Qualification Training Package (AFQTP). Unit instructional package u

1.2. The CFETP consists of two parts. Supervisors use both parts to plan, manage, and control specialty training. 1.2.1. Part I provides information for overall management of a specialty. Section A explains how the plan is used. Section B identifies progression information, duties and responsibilities, training decisions and career field path. Section C associates .