Online SAPR training available for IRs who cannot complete with AD unit
By Master Sgt. Timm Huffman, HQ RIO Public Affairs
/ Published July 09, 2015
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. --
Individual Reservists who are unable to complete their annual Sexual Assault Prevention and Response training with their active-duty unit may now perform training online.
In a memo dated May 14, 2015, Maj. Gen. Richard S. Haddad, Air Force Reserve Command vice commander, directs IRs to make every possible attempt to complete the face-to-face SAPR training. However, when that is not feasible due to scheduling conflicts, the online training is available to fulfill the training requirements. (View the memo)
The online SAPR training is available at www.arpc.afrc.af.mil/home/hqrio/SAPRTraining. After completing the course, IRs should print their certificate and send it to their unit reserve coordinator or unit training manager to update their training record in ADLS.
[Note: The website and/or embedded videos may be slow to load when accessing from a .mil network. Please hit Ctrl+F5 to refresh and allow the videos sufficient time to load before viewing. If an error is received and this training is not accessible from the .mil network, IRs will need to complete the training from a home computer or a computer outside the .mil domain.]
If IRs have already attended the 90-minute SAPR briefing and only need to complete the two required breakout sessions, they can complete those portions of the training using the link above and choosing “Breakout Sessions.” This option requires the member to provide their URC or UTM a copy of the attendance roster or a message from their supervisor indicating they attended the 90-minute training along with the certificate of completion for the online trainings.
IRs should direct all questions regarding SAPR training to their URC or servicing HQ RIO detachment (Detachment Directory).