LES announces dates for the 2020 Public Integrated Logistics Support Practitioner Course.
The course provides a theoretical and practical introduction on the application of Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) throughout the Capability Lifecycle. The course focuses squarely on the Ten ILS elements and identifies the Logistic Support Analysis (LSA) tasks. It also visits the five constituent capabilities and details how these elements can assist ILS personnel in their everyday working environment. It provides theory and tailored practical training to enable personnel, wherever located in the ILS chain, with the fundamental knowledge and practical skills that will enable them to work in a collaborative ILS and engineering environment. Throughout the course the experienced instructors will bring to life the theoretical knowledge with real world examples to ensure students can apply the knowledge to their individual workplace. While the course is tailored for the Defence Capability Life-Cycle, the facilitators endeavour to relate the material to the wider Australian civil industries.
This course is aimed at personnel who have any interaction with technical based projects, processes and products. The target audience for this course includes:
The course includes:
LES will conduct the course at a Melbourne CBD training venue (final location TBA on booking).
The course fee includes catering onsite for lunch and refreshments. Please advise of any dietary restrictions on your registration form.
LES supplies writing materials, a Student Manual, memory stick with relevant standards and course material and a certificate of attendance on completion.
Registration of interest closes Monday 3rd February 2020 and the location of the training will be supplied to registered attendees by Monday 10th February 2020.
Email your contact information to , noting the 2020 ILS Public Course in the Subject line and we will send you a registration form.