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LOG 340 Life Cycle Product Support

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This course is designed to help prepare the Life Cycle Logistician to perform in a senior-level life cycle logistics role over the life cycle of a system as a product support manager with emphasis on developing and implementing a life cycle product support strategy. Students will apply tools and techniques from the 12 Step Product Support Strategy Process Model in analyzing and comparing alternative product support strategies for adoption. The course challenges students to think critically in instructor-facilitated group exercises to justify and make sound recommendations in coming up with the best mix of product support providers that will satisfy the Warfighter’s outcome-based requirements.
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Target Attendees
DAWIA Level II certified Life Cycle Logisticians who wish to perform in a senior-level life cycle logistics role and/or are seeking Level III certification.
  • ACQ 2030, Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B
  • LOG 201, Product Support Strategy Development, Part B
  • LOG 235, Performance-Based Logistics
  • Predecessor Course(s)
    Predecessor Predecessor Course Title PDS Code Expires On
    None None None None
    Course Length
    4.5 class days
    Additional Course Information
    Delivery Mode Classroom
    Equivalent Courses None
    Availability All
    PDS Code Z10
    Walk-ins Authorized No
    Pre-work required Yes [approx. 2 hour(s)]
    First Offering 10/01/2011
    ACE Recommended Credits YES
    Continuing Education Units   4
    Continuous Learning Points  40
    Reservist Retirement Points  0
    Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
    Fulfillment Eligible N/A
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  • Completion of LOG 0050, LOG 0150 and LOG 0160 is recommended prior to registration.
  • LCL Level III certified acquisition professional who were certified prior to 1 October 2011, are highly encouraged to take this course. To facilitate enrollment, supervisors should consider recommending prerequisites not met be waived for those active in the career field since certification at Level III.