This course is required for all civilian and military Science and Technology Managers in AFRL. It is designed to give students the tools they need to plan and execute S&T programs. The course presents tailored information on the S&T program lifecycle, each functional management area, and technology transition. The course content is based on the latest policy, guidance, and best practices. JUSTIFICATON: AFRL has determined that their S&T workforce needs fundamental insights and a working knowledge of S&T program management as it currently exists in the laboratory acquisition process. TARGET AUDIENCE: Scientists, Engineers and Program Managers in AFRL and their supervisors.
Grade Restrictions: None
Special Requirements: None
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Delivery Method: In-Residence/ On-Site Course and VIRR
Course Length: 3 daysEvent Type: Training (Functional, Technical)
Primary Audience: AFSC: 63A / 62E / 61S Rank: O1-O5 / DR I - DR IV
CL Points: 21
Prerequisites:Effective 20 May 2019, the current prerequisites are DAU courses STM 101 and and ENG 101. Note 1: CLE045 is authorized for fulfillment credit for STM 101. * **CLE045 is a DAU class Note 2: 2: SYS 282 Management of the Systems Engineering Process is a authorized for fulfillment credit for ENG 101. **SYS282 is an AFIT class**. For other, non-STM/EN/AQ coded positions please co contact the Course Director for regarding potential prerequisite waiver requests.