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ARMY FAMILY TEAM BUILDING (AFTB)
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Monday thru Friday:
8am – 4:30pm

Army Community Service
Army Family Team Building
Bldg 622, West Point, NY
(845) 938-4621/2519

DSN: 688-3655/4621
Toll free hotline: 800-643-3039
FAX: (845) 938-3655


Army Family Team Building (AFTB) empowers individuals, maximizing their personal growth and professional development through specialized training, transforming our community into a resilient and strong foundation meeting today’s military mission.


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AFTB Goals:
a. Prepare Individuals through specialized training generating flexible, adaptive and capable Soldiers, Families and Civilians.
b. Enhance personal growth and professional development by leveraging an adaptive curriculum and technology meeting the needs of the transforming military.
c. Employ resources to build and strengthen enduring partnerships resulting in resilient strong communities.

AFTB Brochure

AFTB Class Registration Form


AFTB Unit Briefing/Training Request

AFTB classes may be taken online at ArmyOneSource. To access, select "elearning center" and "online courses" under the Family Programs and Services menu.

AFTB 2014 class schedule link
2016 AFTB Class Schedule

What AFTB class should I attend?
AFTB Level I Modules train basic information about the Army. Learn about the Army life and how to maneuver through daily challenges by discovering how to decipher Army acronyms, utilize Community Resources, attain better financial readiness and understand the goal and impact of the Army mission on daily life.

AFTB Level II Modules train personal growth skills. Grow personally through self-development modules. Learn how to improve your communication skills, personal relationships and stress management skills. Discover how teams form and grow, how to solve problems and how to resolve personal conflict. Acquire knowledge on Army traditions, customs, courtesies and protocol.




AFTB Level III Modules train leadership skills.
Thrive in the Army and civilian life by expanding leadership skills, effective communication techniques and learning to mentor others into leadership positions. Learn about the different leadership styles, how to run an effective meeting, how to manage group conflict and how to coach and mentor others.

AFTB is a volunteer-led program. If you enjoy teaching or want to hone your presentation skills and are looking for an opportunity to get involved, consider becoming an AFTB instructor. To become a certified AFTB Instructor, you must attend the AFTB Instructor Course to receive training and tools for success. The Instructor Course is an action-packed workshop focusing on public speaking skills, lesson planning, group management and visual aids.