Course Information & Registration

REL 310 - Reliability and Reliability Growth Foundations I


Current Offering Dates & Locations:
Offering Dates Location Enrollment Deadline
14J R Aug 26 2014 - Aug 29 2014 AFIT - Area B, WPAFB, OH Jul 25 2014
14D-O O Sep 09 2014 - Sep 12 2014 Eglin AFB, FL Aug 08 2014
14K-O O Sep 16 2014 - Sep 19 2014 LA AFB, CA Aug 15 2014
15A-O O Nov 17 2014 - Nov 20 2014 Hill AFB, UT Oct 17 2014
15B-O O Dec 01 2014 - Dec 04 2014 Hanscom AFB, MA Oct 31 2014
15C-O O Jan 12 2015 - Jan 15 2015 Robins AFB, GA Dec 12 2014
15D R Jan 26 2015 - Jan 29 2015 AFIT - Area B, WPAFB, OH Dec 26 2014
15E-O O Mar 09 2015 - Mar 12 2015 Eglin AFB, FL Feb 06 2015
15F-O O Mar 16 2015 - Mar 19 2015 Kirtland AFB, NM Feb 13 2015
15G-O O Apr 13 2015 - Apr 16 2015 Edwards AFB, CA Mar 13 2015
15H R Apr 27 2015 - Apr 30 2015 AFIT - Area B, WPAFB, OH Mar 27 2015
15I-O O Jun 15 2015 - Jun 18 2015 LA AFB, CA May 15 2015

Description:
NEW COURSE IN DEVELOPMENT. Recent working groups and task forces have recognized DOD’s historic under- performance in reliability goals and have implemented policies to improve sustainment. This 5 day course covers the policies, guidance, and methods to improve the reliability program across the acquisition life cycle. Focus is on both the proactive approach of designing reliability into the system up front (Design for Reliability) and the reactive Reliability Growth modeling. Emphasis is on understanding basic reliability and Reliability Growth principles and using tools available to the practitioner to plan, assess, track, and project reliability. This hands- on workshop will use software to reinforce analytical methods presented with demonstrations and exercises. Students will be able to construct the Reliability Growth curves now required in Test and Evaluation Master Plans for major systems.

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Course Director:

Commercial: (937)255-7777 ext.3247
DSN: 785-7777 ext.3247

Prerequisites:
None

Grade Restrictions:
(none)

Special Requirements:
Prerequisites: None but this course has a heavy emphasis on Probability and Statistic techniques and conducts exercises using statistical theories and software. Students must have an understanding of basic Probability and Statistics theory. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that students refresh their knowledge by taking DAU’s CLE -035 – Introduction to Probability and Statistics computer-based course.

Target Audience:
All AFSCs/Civilian Series supporting Acquisition, Sustainment, Developmental Test and Operational Test, GS-7 to 14 O-1 to 5

Course Length:
4 days

CLPs:
32

Accredited:
No

Military PDS Code:
(none)

Civilian PDS Code:
(none)

Num Credits:
(none)