Course Information & Registration

SYS 153 - Early Tester Involvement Course


Current Offering Dates & Locations:
Offering Dates Location
15J L Jul 06 2015 - Jul 31 2015 Web-BB Registration through POC
15K L Aug 03 2015 - Aug 28 2015 Web-BB Registration through POC
15L L Aug 31 2015 - Sep 25 2015 Web-BB Registration through POC
16A L Oct 05 2015 - Oct 30 2015 Web-BB Registration through POC
16B L Nov 02 2015 - Nov 27 2015 Web-BB Registration through POC
16C L Nov 30 2015 - Dec 28 2015 Web-BB Registration through POC
16D L Jan 04 2016 - Jan 29 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC
16E L Feb 01 2016 - Feb 26 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC
16F L Feb 29 2016 - Mar 25 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC
16G L Apr 04 2016 - Apr 29 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC
16H L May 02 2016 - May 27 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC
16I L Jun 06 2016 - Jul 01 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC
16J L Jul 04 2016 - Jul 29 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC
16K L Aug 01 2016 - Aug 26 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC
16L L Aug 29 2016 - Sep 23 2016 Web-BB Registration through POC

Description:
This introductory e-learning course will provide students knowledge on how to successfully integrate T&E into the early phases (pre-Milestone B) of an Air Force acquisition program. The goal is to begin preparing Air Force acquisition/sustainment personnel who are assigned T&E responsibilities to be effective members of the Air Force acquisition team throughout a program’s life cycle starting with early involvement. Course Objectives: The course will provide students knowledge on topics such as the Analysis of Alternatives process and outcome, the concept of programmatic trade space in cost, schedule, and performance, how Air Force testers contribute to formulation of an acquisition strategy, and how to program T&E strategy that is consonant with the acquisition strategy. Students will be introduced to the role of an Air Force Integrated Test Team (ITT), how to identify the potential member organizations of an ITT, write an ITT Charter, and how the ITT relates to the overall program. Students will be introduced to concepts of evaluation criteria, data requirements, and test capabilities.

Contact Training Administrators


Course Director:

Commercial: (937)255-7777 ext.X3334
DSN: 785-7777 ext.X3334

Prerequisites:
(none)

Grade Restrictions:
(none)

Special Requirements:
(none)

Target Audience:
GS-07-14 O-1-O-5

Course Length:
16 hours

CLPs:
16

Accredited:
No

Military PDS Code:
0VT

Civilian PDS Code:
BFY

Num Credits:
(none)