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A tenet of current diversity training, presented to Air Force leaders, is, "Quality is something you must create." LCCEP is mindful of this as it identifies quality developmental opportunities for logistics employees.
Approximately 60 percent of the LCCEP training budget supports tuition assistance, which is provided for mission-related courses offered at accredited institutions.
LCCEP also offers Long-Term, Full-Time, and PartTime In-Place (PTIP) programs.
One of LCCEP's primary programs for developing employees is the Career Broadening Program.
Early in the development of LCCEP, senior logistics leaders recognized the need to foster the knowledge desired for logistics experts.
When logistics employees become eligible to compete for GS-15 LCCEP covered positions, the Professional Credentials Score (PCS) is used to assess and refer candidates.
The work of LCCEP continues with its involvement in a variety of leading issues and initiatives such as workforce shaping, human resource capital studies, and force development.
The LCCEP Team is here to assist employees with questions and career counseling.
The LCCEP provides central management of developmental and training opportunities for the logistics civilian workforce.
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