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SOT 310 - Design of Experiments: Concepts and Applications

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Design of Experiments (DOE) is a powerful test methodology recommended by DoD leadership for the development and implementation of rigorous Test and Evaluation (T&E) programs. This course, designed for DoD test practitioners, engineers and analysts, introduces and expands essential DOE techniques, with emphasis on the methodical employment of tailorable tools in comprehensive DOE applications. Graduates will gain immediate skills for building defensible test and analysis plans, whose ultimate goal is an efficient and effective approach for understanding system performance and delivering quality information to decision makers.

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Grade Restrictions: The course is open to Acquisition and Sustainment officers (0-1 and above), enlisted personnel (E-5 and above), and civilians (GS-7 and above).

Special Requirements: OSD policy guidance emphasizes that elements of experimental design be included in Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs) and Test Plans for approval of those documents. Science of Test is the structured process used to identify the metrics, factors, and levels that most directly affect test execution and that should be reflected in detailed test plans and TEMPs.

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Eglin AFB, FL 24E 22 Apr 2024 25 Apr 2024
Arnold AFB, TN 24F 20 May 2024 23 May 2024
Hill AFB, UT 24H 15 Jul 2024 18 Jul 2024
AFIT - Wright-Patterson AFB (Area B), OH 24G 29 Jul 2024 01 Aug 2024

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Delivery Method: In-Residence or On-site Course

Course Length: 4 Instructional Days

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: The course is open to Acquisition and Sustainment officers 0-1 and above, enlisted personnel E-5 and above, and civilians GS-7 and above.

CL Points: 28

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 -35 – Introduction to Probability and Statistics computer- based course

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