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LOG 210 - Applied Concepts of Industrial Maintenance Management

This course is designed to further the professional capability of military and civilian personnel as mid-level managers assigned to the Department of Defense Depot Maintenance System. Industrial maintenance management practices, operations, production management principles and analytical techniques are examined for suitability to enhance support of operational and combat forces. This course is centered on student focused exercises which emphasize team work, problem analysis, resolution, decision making and forecasting.

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Grade Restrictions: NONE

Special Requirements: This course is part of a series designed to progressively develop personnel assigned to the Department of Defense Depot Maintenance System; courses include LOG 109, LOG 209, LOG 210, and LOG 309. This course uses active learning exercises and application of process improvement techniques; primarily Six Sigma, where students conduct an improvement event in order to streamline production maintenance processes.

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Distance Learning 24A 01 Oct 2023 30 Sep 2024

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Delivery Method: e-Learning Course

Course Length: 60 Days

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: All Logistics personnel of any rank/grade and any AFSC or job series

CL Points: 28

Prerequisites:LOG 209 - Concepts of Industrial Maintenance Management

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