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CASE-213
Intermediate SC Case Management
Description
The Security Cooperation (SC) Case Management Course will provide SC personnel an increased knowledge of SC laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and Case Management methodologies.
Objectives
Through instructor and student dialogue and exercises, the course enables the student to understand and apply SC policies, procedures, methodologies, and actions necessary to effectively manage SC cases and programs. The course is designed for SC personnel who directly participate in the pre-development, development, implementation, execution, and closure of Foreign Military Sales (FMS) or Building Partner Capacity (BPC) cases.
Target Attendees
SC personnel involved with Case/Program Management – FMS – BPC – International Training or Military Construction.
Prerequisite(s)
SC-101 Introduction to Security Cooperation Course CASE-201 Intermediate SC Case Execution Management
Substitute Course(s)
Security Cooperation Management Program and Case Management Course (SCM-CM), Oct 1 2013 and Later
Course Length
16 hours distance learning + 3 days in-residence
Additional Course Information
Delivery ModeDistance learning and in-residenceSC Continuing Learning Hours40 Hours
Equivalent CoursesNoneDAU Continuing Learning PointsNot evaluated
College Credit RecommendedNot reviewedFM Continuous EducationNot evaluated
Available Classes
ClassNumberDistance LearningIn-ResidenceLocationStatus 
CASE-213W0308/31/2020 - 09/13/202009/14/2020 - 09/17/2020Wright-Patterson AFB, OHScheduledRegister
CASE-213W0207/13/2020 - 07/26/202007/27/2020 - 07/30/2020Wright-Patterson AFB, OHScheduledRegister
CASE-213W0507/20/2020 - 08/03/202008/04/2020 - 08/06/2020Wright-Patterson AFB, OHCanceledRegister
CASE-213W0106/08/2020 - 06/21/202006/22/2020 - 06/25/2020Wright-Patterson AFB, OHScheduledRegister
CASE-213W0406/22/2020 - 07/06/202007/07/2020 - 07/09/2020Wright-Patterson AFB, OHCanceledRegister
Notes
The course consists of an on-line portion to be completed in preparation for attending the 3 day in-residence session. The in-residence portion normally runs from 0800 until 1530 Tuesday through Thursday, allowing for travel days on Monday and Friday.