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Test and Evaluation Training

Training Courses (Indented courses indicate prerequisites required for TST)

TST 102:  Fundamentals of Test and Evaluation

            ACQ 101:  Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management

            ENG 101:  Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

 

TST 204:  Intermediate Test and Evaluation

            ACQ 202:  Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part A

            ACQ 203:  Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B

            TST 102:  Fundamentals of Test and Evaluation

            CLE 030:  Integrated Testing

 

TST 303:  Advanced Test and Evaluation

            ACQ 203:  Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B

            CLB 009:  Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution and Budget Exhibits

            CLM 014:  Team Management and Leadership

            TST 204:  Intermediate Test and Evaluation


Certification Requirements

Level 1:

ACQ 101:  Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management

CLE 023:  Modeling and Simulation in Test and Evaluation

CLE 074:  Cybersecurity Throughout DoD Acquisition

ENG 101:  Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

TST 102:  Fundamentals of Test and Evaluation

Education:  Associates degree in any discipline

Experience: 1 year of T&E experience


Level 2:

ACQ 202:  Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part A

ACQ 203:  Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B

CLE 003:  Technical Reviews
CLE 029:  Testing In a Joint Environment
CLE 030:  Integrated Testing
CLE 035:  Introduction to Probability and Statistics
CLE 301:  Reliability and Maintainability
CLM 013:  Work-Breakdown Structure
CLM 016:  Cost Estimating
CLR 101:  Introduction to the Joint Capabilities Integration & Development System
SYS 202:  Intermediate Systems Planning, Research, Development, and Engineering, Part I
TST 204:  Intermediate Test and Evaluation

Education:  Baccalaureate degree or higher (any field of study).  A total of 24 semester hours or equivalent in technical or scientific courses such as mathematics (e.g., calculus, probability, statistics), physical sciences (e.g., chemistry, biology, physics), psychology, operations research/systems analysis, engineering, computer science, and information technology.

Experience:  2 years of T&E experience


Level 3:

CLB 008:  Program Execution

CLB 009:  Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution and Budget Exhibits
CLL 015:  Product Support Business Case Analysis (BCA)
CLM 014:  Team Management and Leadership
CLM 031:  Improved Statement of Work
CLV 016:  Introduction to Earned Value Management
TST 303:  Advanced Test and Evaluation

Education:  Baccalaureate or graduate degree in a technical or scientific field such as engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, operations research, engineering management, or computer science.

Experience:  4 years of T&E experience


Continuous Learning Modules

CLB 008:  Program Execution
CLB 009:  Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution and Budget Exhibits

CLE 003  Technical Reviews

CLE 023:  Modeling and Simulation in Test and Evaluation

CLE 029:  Testing In a Joint Environment

CLE 030:  Integrated Testing

CLE 035:  Introduction to Probability and Statistics

CLE 039:  Environmental Issues in Testing and Evaluation

CLE 074:  Cybersecurity Throughout DoD Acquisition

CLE 301:  Reliability and Maintainability

CLL 003:  Supportability Test and Evaluation

CLL 015:  Product Support Business Case Analysis (BCA)

CLM 013:  Work-Breakdown Structure
CLM 014:  Team Management and Leadership

CLM 016:  Cost Estimating

CLM 031  Improved Statement of Work

CLR 101:  Introduction to the Joint Capabilities Integration & Development System

CLV 016:  Introduction to Earned Value Management


  
  
  
  
  
DON T E Total Training Catalog 2016 Release 1 4 12 September 2016.pdf
  
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