CLCL 007 Product Support Analysis Credential

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CLCL 007 Product Support Analysis Credential
(Last Modified: 07-Mar-2022)



This credential outlines Product Support Analysis (PSA) concepts foundational to developing and fielding affordable and supportable weapon systems. Performing a PSA affords learners the opportunity to understand and apply a logical, analytical, repeatable, auditable, step-by-step process to design and develop cost effective, supportable weapon systems within program cost, schedule and performance constraints. This credential addresses product supportability, measures of effectiveness, the logistics product database, reliability & maintainability engineering, software supportability, Failure Modes, Effects And Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA), Level of Repair Analysis (LORA), trade-off analysis, and supportability design, suitability, and sustainment analysis.
Target Attendees
Defense acquisition workforce personnel from all functional areas, including but not limited to life cycle logisticians, product support managers (PSM), program managers (PM), and systems engineers.
Course Title Delivery Method
ENG 0860 Planning for R&M Engineering Distance Learning
LOG 211 Supportability Analysis Resident or Virtual
CLCL 007 Exam Distance Learning
Additional Credential Information
Expiration 5 years from date earned.
Priority for instructor-led courses goes to members of the Defense Acquisition Workforce.
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Deployed Date
Predecessor Courses may not be used to complete credential requirements.
This credential length is approximately 39 hours.
This credential requires the completion of an instructor led course. Priority for instructor led courses goes to members of the Defense Acquisition Workforce. All others may find it difficult to complete this requirement if it has not already been completed at the time of enrollment in the credential.

All students must have a DAUID.
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