Course Information & Registration

REQ 111 - Air Force Capability Based Operational Requirements Course


Current Offering Dates & Locations:
Offering Dates Location
15I R Jul 14 2015 - Jul 16 2015 AFIT - Wright-Patterson AFB (Area B), OH
15J-O O Aug 04 2015 - Aug 06 2015 Colorado Springs, CO
15K-O O Sep 01 2015 - Sep 03 2015 Langley AFB, VA
16A-O O Oct 20 2015 - Oct 22 2015 Rosslyn, VA
16B-O O Dec 01 2015 - Dec 03 2015 Hurlburt Field, FL
16C-O O Jan 12 2016 - Jan 14 2016 Barksdale AFB, LA
16D-O O Feb 02 2016 - Feb 04 2016 Randolph AFB, TX
16E-O O Mar 01 2016 - Mar 03 2016 Colorado Springs, CO
16F-O O Apr 05 2016 - Apr 07 2016 Langley AFB, VA
16G-O O May 03 2016 - May 05 2016 Scott AFB, IL
16H-O O Jun 07 2016 - Jun 09 2016 Rosslyn, VA
16I R Jul 12 2016 - Jul 14 2016 AFIT - Wright-Patterson AFB (Area B), OH
16J-O O Aug 02 2016 - Aug 04 2016 Colorado Springs, CO
16K-O O Aug 30 2016 - Sep 01 2016 Langley AFB, VA

Description:
This course is specifically designed for the new MAJCOM, FOA, ALC, and HQ AF officers, analysts and system program office personnel who write or review operational capability requirements documents. The objective is to enhance the effectiveness of personnel directly developing the definition, validation, and refinement of operational capabilities. Each student will understand the hierarchy of Air Force requirements, the roles and responsibilities of AF organizations in the requirements process and how it fits with the acquisition and test processes. The class takes an in-depth look at the requirements activities to support acquisition decisions and milestones. It covers the staffing, coordination, validation and approval process for requirements documents. The class members also get hands-on experience with case studies for actual air force capabilities-based requirements documents. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: 1. Understand the capabilities based planning process and the basics of requirements generation. 2. Explain the operational capability requirements process and its interface with the acquisition process. 3. Identify the steps involved in Air Force and Joint staffing, validation and approval of requirements documents. 4. Recognize the format and content for each section of an ICD, CDD and CPD.

Contact Training Administrators


Course Director:

Commercial: (937)255-7777 ext.255-7777X3231
DSN: 785-7777 ext.255-7777X3231

Prerequisites:
None

Grade Restrictions:
(none)

Special Requirements:
(none)

Target Audience:
The targeted grade/rank structure is Master Sergeant to Chief Master Sergeant, Second Lieutenant to Lieutenant Colonel, and GS-9 to GS/M- 14.

Course Length:
3 days

CLPs:
18

Accredited:
No

Military PDS Code:
V1V

Civilian PDS Code:
(none)

Num Credits:
(none)