PMT 304 Advanced International Management Workshop
 Description
This course is designed to prepare professionals to participate effectively in the development and negotiation of defense armaments cooperation agreements ranging from simple data exchange annexes to complex cooperative development, production, and support agreements. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to synthesize, integrate, and apply U.S. policy on international cooperative defense acquisition, including policies of the Departments of Defense, State, Commerce, and Treasury. The final outcome of the week is formulating and practicing negotiation of international acquisition agreements in accordance with U.S. policies, statutes, and regulations.
Objectives
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Target Attendees
Managers who hold, or have been selected for, the following positions impacting international defense acquisition programs: program management and appropriate acquisition functionals, key government laboratory and center personnel, Defense and Military Department headquarters staff, and Security Cooperation Office personnel and defense attach├ęs.
Prerequisite(s)
Required:
  • ACQ 120, Fundamentals of International Acquisition (FIAC)

    Required for FY15:
  • ACQ 230, International Acquisition Integration
    OR through FY 15 offerrings the below may be substituted
  • PMT 202, Multinational Program Management ; and
  • PMT 203, International Security and Technology Transfer/Control
  • Predecessor Course(s) (Acceptable substitutes for meeting current course prerequisite and certification standards)
    Predecessor Predecessor Course Title PDS Code Accepted Until
    None None None None
    Course Length
    5 class days
    Additional Course Information
    Delivery Mode  Resident
    Equivalent Courses  None
    ACE Recommended Credits  YES
    PDS Code  PAL
    Current CEU, CLP and RRP      Click here for Previous Allocation
    Continuous Education Units  3.9
    Continuous Learning Points 39 
    Reservist Retirement Points 0  
    Notes
    Due to security restrictions, foreign international professionals are ineligible to attend under most circumstances.