New LOG 0630 Parts Management Training Course
For additional insights into this important topic, see also the SD-19 Parts Management Guide, MIL-STD-3018 Parts Management, the Parts Management Knowledge Sharing Portal (PMKSP) and a recent DAU LOG Blog entitled Quick Reference DMSMS & Parts Management Resources.
Astute observers will also note that DAU previously offered a similarly titled course. This new LOG 0630 online training (OLT) module leverages updated content from -- and replaces -- the now-retired CLL 206 continuous learning module. Students who were already enrolled in LOG 206 prior to the deployment of the new LOG 0630 will have until June 6, 2021 to complete the earlier course before it is officially retired. You will also note the replacement of CLL designation by LOG, which represents the new standard for all DAU logistics and product support courses as we move forward. This new LOG 0630 also represents the eighteenth of these revamped, revised, and re-designated DAU life cycle logistics OLT courses, which now include:
- LOG 0020 Defense Logistics Agency Support to the Program Manager
- LOG 0080 Designing for Supportability in DoD Systems
- LOG 0120 Supportability Analysis Fundamentals
- LOG 0140 Packaging of Hazardous Material
- LOG 0230 Title 10 U.S.C. 2464 Core Statute Implementation
- LOG 0250 Depot Maintenance Inter-Service Support Agreements (DMISA)
- LOG 0290 Condition-Based Maintenance Plus (CBM+)
- LOG 0300 Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
- LOG 0360 The DoD Shelf-Life Program
- LOG 0370 DoD Supply Chain Fundamentals
- LOG 0460 The Twelve Integrated Product Support Elements
- LOG 0570 Level of Repair Analysis (LORA)
- LOG 0630 Introduction to Parts Management
- LOG 0640 DMSMS: What The PM Needs To Do and Why
- LOG 0650 DMSMS Fundamentals
- LOG 0660 DMSMS Executive Overview
- LOG 0670 DMSMS Basic Component Research
- LOG 1000 Life Cycle Logistics Fundamentals
As I’ve shared before, DAU's legacy three-digit course numbering schema, along with the old “CLL” continuous learning module designation, is gradually being phased out and replaced by a new four-digit course numbering taxonomy. Through attrition, updated and new courses will eventually all be re-designated with four-digit course numbers and be assigned LOG prefixes. These changes are being made for a range of reasons including to align with updated course content, provide better configuration control, improve standardization, and reduce the number of course designations, among others.
Finally, as has long been the case, our sincerest thanks and appreciation to the DoD and Service DMSMS subject matter experts who supported this important learning asset update, in particular the DoD DMSMS leadership team headed up by the Defense Standardization Program Office (DSPO).