CASEH-201


Title

Intermediate SC Case Life Cycle Management (Phase I)

Description

In its entirety, this CASEH-201 and CASE-201 together provide students with the information they need to plan for, oversee, and execute the many complex and interrelated aspects of Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and Building Partnership Capacity (BPC) cases at the intermediate level. It builds on functional knowledge of Security Cooperation (SC) in support of SC case life cycle management.

This course combined with CASE-201 fulfills the SCO Case Life Cycle Management portion of the SCO-201 class requirements.

Intermediate SC Case Life Cycle Management consists of two phases:

  • Phase one is distance learning (CASEH-201). This phase provides the concepts and ideas of SC Case Life Cycle Management and provides the foundation for the group exercises included in Phase II.
  • Phase two (CASE-201) can be completed in-residence or through distance learning. This phase applies the concepts presented in Phase I to analyze, synthesize, and develop key elements of each phase of an SC case Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) through group exercises.

Objectives

This course objective is to provide an understanding of SC case policies and procedures of the LOA during the planning, development, execution, and closure phases of the life-cycle.

Target Attendees

SC workforce members requiring certification at the intermediate level in Case Life Cycle Management and all SC personnel involved with FMS/BPC case/program management for military equipment, international military training, military construction, budgeting & financial management of SC cases, and logistics/sustainment management in support of SC cases.

U.S. Security Cooperation Office (SCO) personnel and Geographic Combatant Command (CCMD) staff personnel directly supporting SCOs.

Prerequisite(s)

  • SC-101: Introduction to Security Cooperation
  • SC-111: Introduction to Technology Transfer

Substitute Course(s)

SCM-C (completed after October 1, 2011) and SCM-O (completed after October, 1 2011)

Course Length

16 hours distance learning (scheduled within 2 weeks)

Additional Course Information

Delivery Mode

Distance Learning

SC Continuous Learning Hours

48 Hours

Equivalent Courses

None

DAU Continuous Learning Points

Not evaluated

College Credit Recommended

Not reviewed

FM Continuous Education

Not evaluated

Transfer Credit Available

Not Evaluated

Constructive Credit Available

Not Evaluated

Available Classes & Registration

ClassOnline DatesResident DatesLocationClass StatusEnrollment Status 
E0806/29/2020 - 07/12/2020OnlineIn-ProgressClosed 
E1307/13/2020 - 07/24/2020OnlineScheduledOpenedRegister
E1407/20/2020 - 07/31/2020OnlineScheduledOpenedRegister
E1507/27/2020 - 08/07/2020OnlineScheduledOpenedRegister
E1608/03/2020 - 08/09/2020OnlineScheduledClosed 
E2108/10/2020 - 08/21/2020OnlineScheduledClosed 
E2008/10/2020 - 08/21/2020OnlineScheduledClosed 
E2308/31/2020 - 09/11/2020OnlineScheduledClosed 
E2208/31/2020 - 09/11/2020OnlineScheduledClosed 

Notes

Upon completion of Phase I, students must register for and complete CASE-201 Phase II. Phase II consists of either a 5 day in-residence option or 10 half-day,

Distance Learning option. This must be completed within 6 months of completing CASEH-201 to receive credit for completion of the entire CASE-201 course.


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