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  • LOG 102 Fundamentals of Systems Sustainment Management

    Life Cycle Logistics (LCL) Functional Integrated Product Team (FIPT)19 OCT 12

    Douglas KilleyPerformance Learning Director, SustainmentDefense Acquisition University

    *Curriculum Review

  • Curriculum-Competency CrosswalkCourse DescriptionKey PersonnelMetrics That Matter (MtM) / Throughput / DemographicsStructure & FormatPLD AssessmentCourse TLOs

    *Discussion Topics

  • Course ManagerBill Conroy - DAU Mid-Atlantic RegionCourse Manager Regional Representatives (CMRR)Capital and Northeast: Brian BlanchfieldWest: Greg SchlauchMidwest: Gil TorresSouth: Hal ErnestMid-Atlantic: Bill Conroy (CM)LCIC Instructional Systems SpecialistJames McDanielLCIC Performance Learning Director (PLD)Douglas KilleyLCIC Director for Logistics and SustainmentBill Kobren

    LOG 102 Key Personnel*

  • recognizes the role of the life cycle logistician during sustainment phase of a weapon systems life cycle.

    LCL Level I Certification Online Course:23 modules / ~26 Hours / 60 Days for Completion

    Objectives:Identify concepts, policies, and practices of logistics/supply chain management as they apply to new and legacy systems during the sustainment phase of their life cycle, andIdentify the best practices in developing and implementing performance-based support.

    Target Audience:Entry level logisticians with 6-12 months experience in an acquisition or sustainment organization; Systems Engineers, Configuration Managers, Program Managers, others involved in development of systems and Life Cycle Support.

    Prerequisite:ACQ 101, Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management

    LOG 102 Course Description*

  • LCL Competency DAU Curriculum Crosswalk

    Principal course that addresses the competency New course in development/planning Courses where the competency is a major learning point

    *

    Competency/CourseLOG 101LOG 102LOG103 LOG200LOG201LOG 204LOG 206LOG 211LOG 215LOG235LOG340LOG350LOG365Logistics Design InfluenceIntegrated Logistics Support (ILS) PlanningProduct Support and SustainmentConfiguration ManagementReliability & Maintainability AnalysisTechnical/Product Data ManagementSupportability Analysis

  • Status updateCourse is current with 5000.02, etc.

    Current baseline version deployed OCT 2009

    Reviewed/updated again NOV 2010 Programming updated with new authoring softwareAssessmentsCourse function

    Converted to Composica AUG 2012

    Current Status*

  • TLOs Modules 1 - 6*

    Module/TitleTerminal Learning Objective (TLO)Module 1. Enterprise Business Environment: DoD Logistics OrganizationsIdentify the organizations responsible for the logistics mission in DoD.Module 2. Enterprise Business Environment: Policy, Concepts, and DirectionIdentify the major policies, concepts and guiding directions that are expected to shape the DoD logistics process for the foreseeable future.Module 3. Logistics Financial ManagementGiven significant issues associated with funding support for weapons systems, equipment, or forces, identify the policies and procedures governing the justification, approval, and execution of support funding.Module 4. Supply Chain Management ConceptsDescribe Supply Chain Management (SCM) concept and evolution.Module 5. Supply Chain Management Definitions and PerspectivesRecognize the definitions of SCM and the different perspectives of how SCM can be viewed.Module 6. Supply Chain Structure and StrategyGiven the performance objectives of alternative supply chain strategies and the key elements that drive supply chain performance, recognize the effects of product demand and material supply approaches in selecting the appropriate supply chain strategy to meet performance objectives.

  • TLOs Modules 7 - 11*

    Module/TitleTerminal Learning Objective (TLO)Module 7. Supply Chain Operational Reference (SCOR) Model StructureGiven the SCOR model (Plan, Source, Make/Repair, Deliver, and Return), identify the reasons for business reference models and the major supply chain management processes in terms of the SCOR model.Module 8. Planning Supply Chain Identify the planning elements and best commercial practices of supply chain management.Module 9. Planning InventoryIdentify materiel requirements concepts and materiel retention issues, recognizing the need to plan for inventory control in uncertain environmentsModule 10. Supplier SourcingIdentify the key elements in the development of a sourcing strategy, effectively implementing the strategy, and key current best commercial sourcing management practices.Module 11. Performance Based LogisticsIdentify the role PBL plays in transforming the sustainment process to improve future logistics support of the DoD warfighter.

  • TLOs Modules 12 - 17*

    Module/TitleTerminal Learning Objective (TLO)Module 12. Maintenance Role in The Supply ChainDescribe the role of the maintenance/repair process in the DoD supply chain.Module 13. Public-Private PartneringIdentify the potential role of Public-Private Partnering for depot maintenance and other logistics support in a Performance-based logistics environment.Module 14. Maintenance-Supply InterfaceGiven the description of interfaces between supply and maintenance functions in the DoD supply chain, recognize the major process relationships essential for effective and efficient logistics supportModule 15. Field Level MaintenanceIdentify the policies and processes that differentiate these tasks from maintenance tasks performed at a depot.Module 16. Deliver: Order Processing Given the impact of new information management concepts and enabling technologies, define the functions of order fulfillment within the supply chain, and the issues and solutions that are available.Module 17. Deliver: End-To-End DistributionIdentify the range of alternatives in order fulfillment, transport services network design, and distribution.

  • TLOs Modules 18 - 21*

    Module/TitleTerminal Learning Objective (TLO)Module 18. Logistics Data ManagementState the considerations that PMs and logisticians must understand and address to achieve the best support outcomes for logistics customers and stakeholders?Module 19. Enabling TechnologiesGiven the broad range of technology enablers with potential DoD application, describe representative data collection, information and communication technologies and their role in facilitating the purchasing, movement, repair and storage of material.Module 20. Supply Chain PerformanceGiven a description of the sources and importance of supply chain information and measurement systems, identify key metrics that permit tracking and management of supply chain performance.Module 21. Supply Chain Quality ManagementGiven the requirement to implement supply chain management as part of DoDs transformation initiative, identify the concepts and current practices of supply chain quality management.Module 20. Supply Chain PerformanceIdentify key metrics that permit tracking and management of supply chain performance.Module 21. Supply Chain Quality ManagementIdentify the concepts and current practices of supply chain quality management.

  • TLOs Modules 22 - 23*

    Module/TitleTerminal Learning Objective (TLO)Module 22. Environmental ConsiderationsGiven key environmental policy and regulatory drivers, identify and understand environmentally related requirements, implications, and impacts on the DoD logistics process.Module 23. Life Cycle ManagementGiven the significant policy and technical requirements associated with the logistics support of a weapon system, identify the major stages of the life cycle and describe the related logistics sustainment considerations.

  • Fiscal YearNumber of GraduatesGraduate Throughput*

    LOG 102 Throughput

    4161

    5051

    5490

    4236

    4622

    Sheet1

    Fiscal YearGraduates

    FY073580

    FY084161

    FY095051

    FY105490

    FY114236

    FY 124622

    Sheet2

    Sheet3

    Sheet4

  • LOG 102 Demographics*

    LOG 102FY 08 FY 09FY 10FY 11 FY 12

    Graduates4,1615,051549042364622

    Army1,5801,8622,06016391631Air Force7609271,0899041086DoN8509891,093733859Industry698925880545488Other DoD185254286344447All Others88948271111

  • LOG 102 Metrics That Matter5.905.885.835.72*

    5.76

    5.835.915.895.875.915.815.725.745.785.905.905.735.775.525.53

    Question CategoriesFY08 FY09FY10FY11 FY12

    Coursewaren=2,774n=3,765n=2,796n=1,606n=1,429Online Deliveryn=2,773n=3,766n=2,797n=1,600n=1,425

    Learning Effectivenessn=2,767n=3,744n=2,767n=1,584n=1,412

    Job Impactn=2,778n=3760n=2,793n=1,596n=1,422

  • *LOG 102 Student InfoThroughput is ~70% civilian, ~20% military, ~ 10% Industry55% ACDU are commissioned, 54% civ are GS-12 or higherBUS ~7%, CON ~7%, LCL ~16%, PM ~8%, E&T ~23%32% had less than 5 years experience, 24% had 6-15 years, but almost 1/3 had over 15 years experience64% take the course to satisfy DAWIA/primary career field requirements, ~ 30% for alternate career field cert or general interest. 85% completed the course on schedule, ~20% took the course at homeOver 50% felt this training content to be critical to job performance, and that it would impact their effectiveness, productivity and work quality96% felt the stated course objectives were appropriate and met through the courseware91% would recommend the course to their colleagues

  • *LOG 102 STUDENT COMMENTSThe GoodAs a maintainer, knowing the supply system functions and programmatics is ess

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