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White graduation cap icon CME 204  Engineering Change Proposal Review

Engineering Change Proposal Review

This course is being piloted for direct registration via DAU Virtual Campus (CSOD). Click on "Apply for this training" button in the upper right-hand corner to register for an offering.

This is a virtual instructor led training (VILT) course that integrates self-learning and formal instruction and facilitation. Learners are introduced to the requirements and process associated with DCMAs role in the review of Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) as outlined in current DCMA issuances. This is a robust, engaging and interactive course that facilitates self-guided discovery and promotes critical thinking skills using realistic artifacts (including ECP forms, drawings, technical data packages, etc.) in scenarios the DCMA engineer will encounter in a typical work environment. Students should be aware that CME 204 was developed for DCMA and uses DCMA document templates. Class instruction concentrates upon FAR, DFARs or common principles which apply across all services.

REQUIRED PREREQUISITES

See this course's concept card for recommended prerequisite.

PREDECESSOR COURSES

TARGET AUDIENCE

DCMA Engineers (08xx) assigned to perform Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) Review

NOTES

Restriction:
  • This course is restricted to DoD government civilian and military students only. DCMA students have priority in this course. Non-DCMA students may be placed in a registered status if there are seats available or added to the waitlist if there are no available seats.
Recommended Prerequisite:
  • CLE 036, Engineering Change Proposals for Engineers
Additional Information:
  • 4-hours of pre-work is required to be completed prior to classroom attendance. During a 2-week period preceding the classroom segment, students are required to participate in and complete pre-work that is integral to the final course grade. Additional information will be provided by the instructor in the welcome messaging for each course offering.
  • Virtual classes are conducted via MS Teams.
  • All times are in the local time zone of the DAU region assigned to teach the offering.
  • Students are required to test connectivity with DAU IT prior to the class start date.
  • DAU does not reimburse student phone/internet charges.
  • The CLPs assigned to this learning activity may be used to meet professional certification and/or licensure requirements (PDUs/CPE credits).