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Description
This classroom (CLRM) course builds on the Supportability concepts presented in LOG 201, Intermediate Acquisition Product Support. Designed as the lynchpin course for the instruction of Supportability Analysis, LOG 211 uses a notional scenario to engage Life Cycle Logisticians and other career field workforce students within the Systems Engineering process to ensure that design characteristics such as Reliability, Availability, Maintainability (RAM) and Affordability are included as system performance requirements, and that the system is concurrently designed, developed and acquired with the optimal Product Support infrastructure and resources.
Objectives
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Target Attendees
Life Cycle Logisticians, Program Managers, Engineering & Technical Management, Test & Evaluation
Prerequisite(s)
Required:
  • LOG 104, Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM)
See the "Notes" section of this course's concept card.
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 ZKS
Walk-ins Authorized Yes
Pre-work required No
First Offering 2/1/2013
ACE Recommended Credits YES
Continuing Education Units   3
Continuous Learning Points  30
Reservist Retirement Points  0
Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
Fulfillment Eligible N/A
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Notes
Recommended Prerequisites:
  • ACQ 1010, Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management
  • LOG 0080, Designing for Supportability in DoD Systems
  • LOG 0120, Supportability Analysis Fundamentals
  • LOG 1000, Life Cycle Logistics Fundamentals
  • TST 1100, Intro to Systems Engineering for Testers
Additional Notes:
  • The CLPs assigned to this learning activity may be used to meet professional certification and/or licensure requirements (PDUs/CPE credits).