LOG 103

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(Last Modified:22-Sep-2014)


Professionals who take this course will be able to understand the relationship between reliability, availability and maintainability (RAM) as a critical factor in design, performance, cost, and sustainment. The course addresses the cross-disciplinary actions of Program Management, Systems Engineering, Test & Evaluation and both acquisition logistics and sustainment to evaluate the impact of reliability and maintainability decisions. Stressing a conceptual approach, the course presents basic reliability, availability and maintainability terminology and engineering practices. It discusses current legislative and DoD policy that have invigorated systems engineering and logistics engineering processes to improve the requirements process, minimize risk through reliability growth programs and ensure effectiveness and suitability through developmental and operational test and evaluation.
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Target Attendees
Life Cycle Logisticians, Program Managers and Engineers. Encouraged for those in T&E.
ACQ 101, Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management
Predecessor Course(s) (Acceptable as a substitute for this course until the acceptance date specified below.)
Predecessor Predecessor Course Title PDS Code Accepted Until
LOG 203 Reliability and Maintainability AKA 01-Oct-2012
Course Length
Approximately 22 hours to complete this course
Additional Course Information
Delivery Mode Distance Learning
Equivalent Courses None
ACE Recommended Credits YES
DAU Public (material/prework) YES
Continuing Education Units   2.2
Continuous Learning Points  22
Reservist Retirement Points  6
Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
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  • You have 60 calendar days to complete this course.
  • All exams in the module must be passed with a 100% score.