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Training and Training Support

Training & Training Support Product Support Analytical Tools (PSAT) DatabaseRelated ACQuipedia ArticlesIntegrated Product Support (IPS) Implementation RoadmapIntegrated Product Support (IPS) Element GuidebookTraining & Training Support Integrated Product Support (IPS) Element Competency ListContinuous Learning ModulesTraining CoursesKey ReferencesDescriptionObjective


Objective

The objective of the Training & Training Support IPS Element is to plan, resource, and implement a cohesive integrated strategy early in the development process to train military and civilian personnel to maximize the effectiveness of the doctrine, manpower and personnel, to fight, operate, and maintain the equipment throughout the life cycle.

As part of the strategy, plan, resource, and implement management actions to identify, develop, and acquire Training Aids Devices Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) to maximize the effectiveness of the manpower and personnel to fight, operate, and sustain equipment at the lowest Total Ownership Cost (TOC). (Source: DoD Product Support Manager (PSM) Guidebook, Appendix A)

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Description

Consists of the policy, processes, procedures, techniques, Training Aids Devices Simulators and Simulations (TADSS), planning and provisioning for the training base including equipment used to train civilian and military personnel to acquire, operate, maintain, and support a system. This includes New Equipment Training (NET), institutional, sustainment training and Displaced Equipment Training (DET) for the individual, crew, unit, collective, and maintenance through initial, formal, informal, on the job training (OJT), and sustainment proficiency training. Significant efforts are focused on NET which in conjunction with the overall training strategy shall be validated during system evaluation and test at the individual, crew, and unit level.

Key Training and Training Support IPS Element activities according to Appendix A of the DoD Product Support Manager (PSM) Guidebook and the DoD Integrated Product Support (IPS) Element Guidebook include:

  • Initial, formal, informal, and On the Job Training (OJT) individual, crew, and unit New Equipment Training (NET)
  • Initial, formal, informal, and OJT individual, crew, and unit Institutional Training
  • Initial, formal, informal, and OJT individual, crew, and unit Sustainment Training
  • Initial, formal, informal, and OJT individual, crew, and unit Displaced Equipment Training (DET)
  • Embedded training insertion and management
  • Computer Based Training/Distance Learning
  • Training Equipment
  • Train the Trainer
  • Simulator Sustainment
  • Operator & maintenance training

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Key References

Related Communities of Practice (CoP)

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Training Courses

DAU Training

Specific multi-disciplinary DAU training recommendations related to this Integrated Product Support (IPS) Element are available at:

These Life Cycle Logistics Certification Standards and Core Plus Development Guides for each of the three DAWIA certification levels include: 

  • “Types of Assignments” and “Representative Activities”, which are colored blue
  • “Core Certification Standards (Required for DAWIA Certification)” (education, training, and experience requirements), which are colored red
  • “Core Plus Development Guides (Desired/recommended training, education, and experience)”, which are colored yellow

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Continuous Learning Modules

Specific multi-disciplinary DAU continuous learning module recommendations related to this Integrated Product Support (IPS) Element are available at: 

These Life Cycle Logistics Certification Standards and Core Plus Development Guides for each of the three DAWIA certification levels include: 

  • “Types of Assignments” and “Representative Activities”, which are colored blue
  • “Core Certification Standards (Required for DAWIA Certification)” (education, training, and experience requirements), which are colored red
  • “Core Plus Development Guides (Desired/recommended training, education, and experience)”, which are colored yellow, and in addition to technical/functional topics, also include a series of Harvard Business School (HBS) Leadership & Management Modules for US Government Employees

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Competencies

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Related ACQuipedia Articles

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