COURSE: WMGT 423 Project Programming CourseOBJECTIVE: For each student to comprehend the process, program avenues, rules, and documentation of Air Force project planning and programming for natural and built infrastructure. DESCRIPTION: This course presents students with an overview of project planning and programming. It also 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: Project Programmer, Project Manager, Portfolio Optimization Element Chief, Program Development Section Chief. SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Engineering Flight Chief, Community Planner, Project Management Element Chief, 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: Virtual/Live-Streaming Broadcast. No satellite registration needed via the education center. NOTE: while the live broadcast is only 5 hours each day, plan for 3 hours of homework each day outside of the live broadcast.