Senior NCO PME DL Courses
Course 12 and 14
The SNCO PME Course, Course 12 and 14, is a computer-based, self-study program developed by the Academic Affairs (AA), Barnes Center for Enlisted Education (BCEE) and administered and managed by the Education Logistics and Communication (A4/A6). Course 12 is delivered via CD-ROM while Course 14 is a web based product. There is no paper version available. Course 14 is a web-based product. However, the CD-ROM-based Course 12 is no longer available as of 31 December 2008. Click here for more information. However, support is still available for version 4 and 5. Help for viewing Course 14 in Internet Explorer 8 can be found here.
All students must read and understand these course policies as they provide valuable information about course content, testing, administration, and student responsibilities.
SNCOA DL Program Policies can be read at:
All administrative support for the SNCO Distance Learning Course is provided by A4/A6, including course enrollment, examination scoring, duplicating, and shipping. A4/A6 is the point of contact to change addresses, have damaged or lost materials resent, or for general course inquiries. All communication with A4/A6 must be initiated online via the e-Campus Support website at: https://www.auecampussupport.com and must include the student’s full name, last four of the social security number, course name/number and the nature of request. After submission, a reference number for the request will be created and a confirmation receipt will be e-mailed. Due to the complexity of some requests along with required research, a response may take several duty days.
The Air University e-Campus Support website is the only means of communication for student issues and concerns. If the e-Campus Support website does not function, please email the e-Campus Support division at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please DO NOT contact MSD/ITSW(listed below) as they are not responsible for the e-Campus Support website.
Effective July 12, 2010 Course 14A’s Profession of Arms (POA) module has a new test. Students testing on or after 12 July will be responsible for the new Nuclear Enterprise content added to this module.
The Nuclear Enterprise material is divided into sections as follows:
- Identify significant history of nuclear weapons
- Define and describe the Air Force Nuclear Enterprise
- Define and describe nuclear surety
- Define deterrence theory and explain nuclear deterrence
- Explain nuclear employment
- Explain regional nuclear security issues
- Explain lessons learned from nuclear weapons related incidents
Last Updated 28 June 2010.