This course will expose students to terminology, concepts, background, practices, and resources associated with supply management. Two major concepts will be emphasized: 1. Supply chain management--what it is, how it has been used successfully by commercial companies, and how its processes/practices can be applied to the USAF and 2. Fundamentals of the Supply Chain Operations Reference SCOR model and how it can be used to improve USAF logistics.
This course will expose students to the terminology, concepts, relationships, resources, and importance associated with forecasting, demand planning, and supply planning in USAF operations.
This course will expose students to terminology, concepts, relationships, resources, and importance associated with collaborative inventory planning in USAF operations.
This course will expose students to the concepts, benefits, and resources with item unique identification IUID in USAF operations.
SCRM 200 is an initial course design to build a foundation and highlight the current threats and risks facing the Air Force supply chain. The SCRM 200 course provides a range of topics from adversarial and non-adversarial threats, counterfeit parts, DoD policies, cybersecurity, and future technology. Additionally, SCRM 200 will explore the global supply chain to demonstrate the Air Force position in the commercial environment as well as show where and when SCRM activities take place. Once students have completed this introductory course into supply chain risk management, they will have the tools and education needed to protect their organization's supply chain. This course is designed for the Air Force logistics community but is open to all members of the DoD family.
This 4-hour live internet based workshop introduces the generations that make up today's Operational Logistics Organizations Maintenance, Logistics Readiness, Aerial Port and discusses the trends for how each prefer to communicate. The workshop will be offered to personnel from a single unit for each offering live on MS Teams. If you would like to host an offering please contact the Course Director Jerry Stonecipher at email@example.com. Students are required to have a computer with a microphone, preferably a camera, and will be required to test MS Teams access prior to the offering and complete a pre-workshop exercise.
This course provides Airmen and Guardians with a brief overview of the Education with Industry EWI program and features several presentations by past EWI alumni focusing on their experiences with the program, their observations of industry practices during their tenure, and the applicability of those practices to the Department of the Air Force logistics community. The workshop is delivered virtually over five consecutive days, two hours each day, for a total of ten hours. Presentations are arranged by AF/A4 and typically feature recent EWI alumni.