Events

April 12, 2013

AFIT’s SYS 253 Early T&E Influence in Acquisition Course

The Air Force Institute of Technology’s School of Systems and Logistics is pleased to announce AFIT’s upcoming offering of SYS 253 at Edwards AFB, June 11 to 13. The course will be held in Bldg. 2453 Rm. 110.

This comprehension-level course will prepare Air Force personnel engaged in T&E management or execution to be effective members of the acquisition team with emphasis on early influence in an acquisition program.

The SYS 253 course description will be available on “AFIT Now” by mid-April.

If you are interested in attending, send an email with your contact info to the course director, Randal C. Franklin at randal.franklin@afit.edu. His DSN is 785-7777, Ext. 3334.

As a PREREQUISITE to attending course SYS 253, students must first take the online course, SYS 153 Early Tester Involvement. Class 13H of SYS 153 begins May 1. Registration for SYS 153 must be accomplished no later than April 30.

To register for SYS 153, class 13H visit: www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/afitnow/.

This course is intended for Air Force personnel engaged in T&E management or execution and other individuals interested in learning about early tester influence.

For more information, contact any of the following:

Course Director: Randal C. Franklin, DSN 785-7777, Ext. 3334; e-mail: randal.franklin@afit.edu

Course Management Team: DSN 785-7777, Ext. 3164, e-mail; afit.lscoursemanagers@afit.edu

Edwards Contact: Patricia Jones, DSN 527-8614, e-mail; patricia.jones@edwards.af.mil

 




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