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LOG 262 - Applied Maintenance Management Concepts (AF)

Current Offering Dates & Locations:
Offering Dates Location
15E-O O Apr 13 2015 - Apr 24 2015 Ellsworth AFB, SD
15F-O O Jun 01 2015 - Jun 12 2015 Dyess AFB, TX
15H-O O Jul 06 2015 - Jul 16 2015 Langley AFB, VA
15G-O O Aug 03 2015 - Aug 14 2015 Luke AFB, AZ

Provides maintenance managers and supervisors with an array of executive skills which can be applied to the management functions that support operational units. The course exposes practitioners to the latest policies and initiatives, and challenges them to apply both theory and techniques to current management problem scenarios which confront base- level maintenance managers. Application of current concepts in management science is emphasized through seminars, informal lectures, guided discussions, case studies, exercises, and group projects. Current topics examine production excellence, group decision-making dynamics, the theory of constraints, capacity requirements planning, general scheduling theory, the logistics environment, and repair cycle processes. The applications of statistical concepts, statistical process control, and reliability and maintainability measures are illustrated through practical exercises.

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Course Director:

Commercial: (937)255-7777 ext.3218
DSN: 785-7777 ext.3218

A security clearance is not required. Nominees currently assigned to, pending assignment to, or working in direct support of organizational and intermediate level aircraft maintenance positions have priority. At least one year of experience at the organizational or intermediate level of maintenance is required for military attendees. Students are provided scientific calculators to support various course requirements. A basic familiarity of statistical concepts is desirable. While not required, it is recommended that TDY students bring a laptop with word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software installed. Waivers for personnel in other logistics career fields, levels of assignment, and experience (specifically for cross-trainees and cross-flow officers) will be considered by the Course Director.

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Target Audience:
Open to non-US personnel (MASL # D178119). Officers Second Lieutenant through Major, enlisted members Staff Sergeant through Chief Master Sergeant, and civilian members in grades GS-9 through GS-13, and wage grade equivalents are eligible

Course Length:
10 days



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