CLCL 005 Supportability & Design Interface Credential

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CLCL 005 Supportability & Design Interface Credential
(Last Modified: 18-Sep-2023)


This credential brings together six on-line training (OLT) courses and supporting resources to offer a comprehensive overview and application of DoD supportability analysis and the design interface integrated product support (IPS) element. It is designed to facilitate understanding of the relationship between supportability and design interface throughout a program’s life cycle. The credential enables the student to tie together and apply the various functional disciplines within a Program Office to understand the “how” and “why” of supportability and design interface. A capstone exercise and summative examination must be completed to demonstrate the learner’s ability to apply what they have learned.

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Target Attendees
Defense acquisition workforce, product support, and sustainment personnel from all functional areas, particularly including life cycle logistics and engineering & technical management, as well as business/financial management, cost estimating, contracting, test & evaluation and program management.
ID Title Delivery Method
LOG 0080 Designing for Supportability in DoD Systems Online Training (OLT)
LOG 0120 Supportability Analysis Fundamentals Online Training (OLT)
LOG 0300 Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) Online Training (OLT)
LOG 0570 Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) Online Training (OLT)
LOG 104 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Online Training (OLT)
TST 1100 Intro to Systems Engineering for Testers Online Training (OLT)
CLCL 005 Scenario Online Training (OLT)
CLCL 005 Exam Online Training (OLT)
Additional Credential Information
Expiration 5 years from date earned.
Continuous Learning Points
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Deployed Date 7/23/2021
ACE Recommended Credits N/A
  • Expected time to complete this credential is 32 hours.
  • Predecessor courses may not be used to complete credential requirements.
  • All students must have a DAUID.
  • Enroll in a Credential through the DAU Virtual Campus at

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