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Course Description

COURSE:  WMSS 623 Air Force Installation Planning and Programming Seminar

OBJECTIVE:  For each student to comprehend:
- - the diverse interrelated disciplines of planning, design and the environment, as well as to enhance their skills to effectively manage or contribute to comprehensive planning functions.
- - the process, program avenues, rules, and documentation of Air Force project planning and programming for natural and built infrastructure.

DESCRIPTION:  This seminar will provide an overview of Air Force master planning and increase the student’s ability to implement and manage the installation comprehensive planning process. The increasing complexity and visibility of the community planner's job requires knowledge and skills in many diverse yet intricately interrelated topics. The seminar will focus on airfield planning topics to include waivers, AICUZ, encroachment, and district plans. This seminar will also provide an overview of project planning and programming. This course enables students to define project requirements, determine work classification, select appropriate funding avenues (O&M, MILCON, UMMC, NAF, etc.), and develop programming documents.

PRIMARY AUDIENCE:  Community Planner, Architect, Landscape Architect, Engineering, Installation Management flight Personnel, Project Programmer, Project Manager, Portfolio Optimization Element Chief, Program Development Section Chief.

SECONDARY AUDIENCE:  Engineering Assistants, GIS managers/technicians, Requirements and Optimization Section, and Activity Management Plan Managers.

GRADE:   Commissioned Officer, Non-Commissioned Officer, GS-7 or above.

PREREQUISITES:  None.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  none.

DELIVERY METHOD:  On-site seminar at JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam. NOTE: Students from other locations must coordinate with AFIMSC Det 2 prior to registering for this seminar and must be prepared to use unit funds to pay for any TDY expenses. AFIT will not be funding any student travel.

COURSE CREDIT:  0 CEUs. Completion certificate

COURSE LENGTH:  3 Days

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HOW TO APPLY:  Select a date from the list below by clicking the button. (Note: Some courses are offered only once annually). Then click the Apply button.

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Air Force Institute of Technology
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Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH 45433-7765
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