COURSE: WMGT 433 Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Flight Commanders' CourseOBJECTIVE: For each student to understand the functional responsibilities of the EOD flight commander/chief, to comprehend the interdependency between flights in the base Civil Engineer team, comprehend the relationship with Wing agencies and joint/civil authorities, and to apply functional skills and team principles to realistic problem scenarios. DESCRIPTION: Functional responsibilities are covered including: Contingency operations (war planning, mobility, host nation responsibilities and relationships, AEF/EAF, resources and protective measures, deployment experiences, WMP, joint EOD operations, and an overview of the deployment process), Flight management issues (support agreements, manpower, EOD self assessment and QA programs, and organizational structure options), Resource management issues (budget and resources, CE supply system, and contracting in CE), Environmental and legal issues (RCRA/MMR, and off base response issues), Flight operations issues (emergency response, munitions forecasting, ARC/Range issues, VIPPSA, and ORM documentation), Air Reserve Component (funding, organization and structure, IMA/Reservists, Manday requests), and Guest lecturers as appropriate. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: EOD Flight Commander/Chief, EOD Superintendent/Deputy SECONDARY AUDIENCE: MAJCOM and other equivalent positions, including special duty, joint and interservice positions; BCE/Deputy GRADE: Officers: Yes (O2-O4); Enlisted: Yes (E5-E9); Civilians: No PREREQUISITES: Students must be able to complete upper level undergraduate course work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Students must have SECRET clearance DELIVERY METHOD: Resident COURSE CREDIT: 3 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards COURSE LENGTH: 5 days QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.