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F.E. Warren Education and Training Center

F.E. WARREN AIR FORCE BASE, Wyo. --

Do you need help concerning your education or simply need help in deciding an educational path? The F.E. Warren Education and Training Center has the answer.  There are trained individuals available to assist you in virtually all educational questions you may have.

“We are here to assist with educational endeavors,” said Coryn Davis, Community College of the Air Force advisor. “We will provide them with the information to make an educated decision on their educational goals and path.”

One of the biggest issues is getting people to realize the programs and the advantages available at the Education and Training Center.

“A common problem is that many people do not take advantage of the programs offered here at Warren,” said Jim McBride, military test examiner. “Many Airmen do not realize how close they are to completing a college degree until they come in and talk to an advisor.”

Services that exist at the Education and Training Center that you may not be aware of are:

Education & Vocational Counseling Services:

Highly trained individuals can provide information and academic counseling to military personnel of all ranks, their dependents, retirees and civilian personnel free of charge.

Testing Services:

There are a variety of testing services available to active duty, Guard, Reserve, retirees, dependents, contractors and civilian employees. Active duty military and qualified civilian employees have priority; others scheduled on a space-available basis.

Types of testing available:

Electronic College Level Examination Program (eCLEP) and DANTES Subject Standardized Test (DSST).

Military testing: WAPS, AFCT, DLPT, DLAB, EDPT, AFOQT, TAPA, TBAS.

Colleges and Universities available:

Park University: Offers several different bachelor degree programs. Courses are available online and in classrooms onbase. 

Laramie County Community College: On-base courses support associates degree programs, bachelor transfer degrees, and CCAF degree completion. Courses offered in 8-and 16- week semesters.

Community College of the Air Force: Offers enlisted active duty Air Force, Air National Guard, and Air Force Active Reserve members the opportunity to complete an Associate of Applied Science degree in their given Air Force Specialty Code.  

Types of training available:

Formal Training: Provides information and advice about formal training courses including mission ready training, 7-level course and developmental education for enlisted and officers.

Base Training: Develops, implements and manages training policies and procedures for the base. They also assist and provide guidance to Commanders and Unit Training Managers concerning upgrade training for enlisted members. 

Civilian Training: Assists and advises leadership and management regarding the training and development of civilian employees. They also provide guidance and counseling services to eligible and interested civilians wishing to advance their level of education. 

The F.E. Warren Education and Training Center has many exceptional services and trained individuals available to help you, please call (307) 773-2313.