Educational Resources and PME

Elmendorf PME Center

Elmendorf PME Center logo Mission Invest in Arctic warfighters by establishing connections, deliberate development, and enhancing perspectives through PME.

Vision Arm the Arctic with versatile warfighters of character.

Motto In to learn, out to serve!


PME Center address: Bldg 6167 Doolittle Ave, JBER, AK 99506

Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education 

Community College of the Air Force

PME Center points of contact

  • ALS & NCOA Attendance:

Schoolhouse Registrar

DSN: (317) 552-1916


  • ALS & NCOA Graduation Ceremonies

Elmendorf PME Center Resources Office

DSN: (317) 552-4099


  • Professional Enhancement Seminars (NCOPE/SNCOPE) Attendance:

JBER Development Advisor

DSN: (317) 552-7829/(


  • First Term Airman Center (FTAC) Attendance:


DSN: (317) 552-1366/(317) 552-1363


Before You Attend

Ensure you are physically prepared to participate in our Human Performance physical fitness program. All students, in order to meet cognitive objectives integrated throughout the course, must be prepared to participate in the Human Performance program. The overarching purpose of this program is to further expand on lesson principles, while challenging students to reach increased levels of resiliency. Although the resounding majority of graduating students report a noticeable improvement on their Fitness Assessment, it is not a program vectored at improving scores; that is still your responsibility.

Ensure you communicate with your family and friends. EPME is very taxing on one's personal time, and the academic rigors built into the course go far beyond the average duty day. You will be expected to prepare briefings, write papers, perform research, and complete nightly reading assignments on your own time, after duty hours. Having your family and friends understand your obligations over the next several weeks will pay dividends.

Safety Procedures
Classroom safety protocols will be briefed on DoE 1 by your instructor.

Reporting Instructions

Your arrival time on DOE 1 will be 0700. Once you enter the building, please ensure that you have your required documents (listed below) on hand and ready for review. A staff member will assist you with check-in and direct you to your designated flight room 

Required Documents:

- Current PT Printout (IAW DAFI36-2670 Total Force Development,

- Any Profiles (if applicable)

-AF Form 422(A) (Required for ALL members on a profile)

Supply Requirements

All course material is electronic, so we aren't able to issue paper copies. Bring your own electronic device or work with your unit to borrow one (e.g., laptop, tablet). Devices should be enabled to use public Wi-Fi and Adobe Reader capabilities. 

You will need to come prepared to class with a laptop, Microsoft Teams account, notebook, pen/pencil, and a pair of headphones.

Each student is required to have a Microsoft Teams account (civilian) setup prior to DoE 1, instructions will be sent to students prior to attending via email. You will also need to follow additional steps prior to class in order to gain access to our Learning Management System, Canvas.


Student parking is available directly in front of the building The parking lot on the northwest side of the PME Center is available for overflow parking, with another gravel parking lot bordering Paxton Park to the southeast side of the PME Center. Parking across the street at Vehicle Operations is not permitted. Do not park in any areas otherwise reserved for PME personnel or distinguished visitors.

Rooms for all NCOA classes are reserved with lodging prior to the fiscal year and will have a group confirmation number. All TDY students may contact the Registrar, DSN:(317) 552-1916 to get the confirmation number or it can be found inside of the welcome email. The student will then need to call Lodging and use this confirmation number to secure a room. You will have a lodging reservation on base unless told otherwise. All TDY members traveling to JBER MUST arrive the day prior to the start of class in accordance with the EPME Handbook.

Dress and Appearance Requirements


Ensure you have all uniform items required and that all uniform items are clean, serviceable, and fit you appropriately prior to attending. The uniform for DoE 1 will be official service issued PT gear to participate in a mandatory mock fitness test.

Service Dress: is required and worn periodically throughout the course.
OCPs/Flight Suits: worn Monday through Friday unless class schedule dictates otherwise.
PT Gear: The Human Performance lesson is part of the curriculum and scheduled throughout the course. Any combination of PT gear may be worn.
Cold Weather Gear: Be prepared for winter weather; have fleece, gloves, hat, parka.

Graduation Information
Graduation information will be provided by your instructor, which may change with each class.