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AFPC is conducting on-site training for first level supervisors on Peterson AFB for the Worker’s Compensation Program and the electronic Employees’ Compensation Operations & Management Portal (ECOMP).  To allow for maximum participation, there will be three separate 2 hour training sessions (7-9 a.m.; 10 a.m.-12 p.m.; and 2-4 p.m.) on June 5, 2019 in Bldg. 350, Suite 1116 training room. 

  To attend, you must register in myETMS through AFPC and not through Civilian Personnel.  Three training sessions and times are available, however you need only to attend one session.  Seating is limited to 30 participants per session.

  1. Log into myETMS: 
  2. Once in ETMS select the Self-Registration Tab.
  3. Click Register for a Class.
  4. Enter “AFPC051,” ensure Course Number is selected and hit “Go .”
  5. Click on the Course Number hyperlink.
  6. Select “Enroll” on your desired date and acknowledge the Class Information by reviewing and clicking “Close”.  Complete the registration form.
  7. Input your commercial phone number and DSN in the requested fields.  Input Supervisor Email and Training Manager/Email Fields, please input the global email address or use the search function box.
  8. Click, “Save.”
  9. You will receive a confirmation email once you have completed enrollment.

  The two-hour training class is designed to familiarize and prepare first level supervisors with the knowledge and expertise to assist federal workers injured while in the performance of duty.  It provides the supervisor with a working knowledge of the program fundamentals so that the proper actions can be taken when an employee is injured on the job.

Supervisors play a critical role in the workers’ compensation process and is instrumental in making the initial notification and determination of the facts pertaining to an on-the-job injury.


We need YOU! The CPF needs you to support the Special Emphasis Programs (SEP) by volunteering to become a Special Emphasis Program Manager (SEPM).

What are Special Emphasis Programs? These are civilian affirmative employment initiatives developed to address the unique and special concerns of underrepresented groups in the civilian workforce. There are six Special Emphasis Programs:

  • Federal Women’s Program (FWP) -filled
  • Asian American/Pacific Islander Employment Program (AAEP)
  • Individuals with Disabilities (IwDs)
  • American Indian/Alaska Native Employment Program (AIEP)
  • Black Employment Program (BEP)
  • Hispanic Employment Program (HEP)

What does it mean to be a Special Emphasis Program Manager? As a SEPM, you will work with program committee members to develop recommendations to enhance personnel processes affecting the recruitment, selection, utilization, training and advancement of underrepresented groups.

What does this mean for you? If you have the desire and passion to ensure all employees enjoy equality of opportunity in the workplace, you may find fulfillment in this program! If you are interested in volunteering as a SEPM, contact our chief of Affirmative Employment at 719-556-3164.


Through the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program (VLTP), you can assist eligible employees needing leave donations due to a medical emergency affecting them or a family member.

There are employees at Peterson AFB and throughout the Air Force in need of leave donations.

If you have annual leave you would like to donate, please contact your servicing Employee Relations Specialist for more information, a list of recipients, and donation forms.

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