A broad survey of basic reliability principles with emphasis on the acquisition life cycle, including how reliability affects cost, schedule, and performance. Focus is on using a proactive system reliability design approach and how to monitor improvements through management-led reliability growth programs. Mathematical topics are limited to basic concepts necessary to understand how reliability affects acquisition decisions. The course includes instructor led demonstrations and some in-class student assignments. Note: this course is aimed at the general acquisition workforce and is not a prerequisite to or a substitute for REL 310. Students wanting a more in- depth technical discussion of reliability should consider REL 310, or related reliability workshops, where applicable.
Grade Restrictions: None
Special Requirements: REL 210 no longer requires access to AFIT's network. A DD 2875 is not required.
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Delivery Method: In-Residence/ On-Site Course and VIRR
Course Length: 2 Training DaysEvent Type: Training (Functional, Technical)
Primary Audience: E-5 and above O-1 and above GS-07 and above
CL Points: 16
Prerequisites:None however, a general knowledge of algebra and statistics would be helpful.