SCM-AT


SCM-AT (SCM-441)

Security Cooperation Management Advanced Training Course

NOTE: The following information is offered for archival purposes only. This course is no longer offered by DSCU.

Objective

The 5-day Advanced Training Management Course (SCM-AT) provided members throughout the entire international training community an in-depth understanding of SC training policy issues enabling them to provide informed, constructive policy advice to senior DoD and DoS leaders. Students also studied automation tools and new automation initiatives being introduced to the training community. This was accomplished through the use of expert guest lecturers discussing topical issues regarding current policy and its implementation procedures.

Course Description

The curriculum was designed to examine current international training policies and procedures, as well as current security cooperation training automation systems. The emphasis of the course was to examine the way current training programs were managed and to understand why policies and procedures were in place. Each offering of the course was unique, creating a comprehensive approach to the impact of policies and procedures on the total spectrum of security cooperation training programs. Flexibility in curriculum was required to effectively carry out the objectives.


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Course Login


Registration for DSCU courses is completed using the Cornerstone on Demand (CSOD) Learning Management System (LMS) hosted by the Defense Acquisition University (DAU). You will access the LMS using a dialog similar to that shown to the left. Click the "Need help signing in?" link (indicated by the arrow) if you need help.

If you are a student who currently occupies a Security Cooperation Workforce position, you should be immediately redirected to DSCU’s instance of the CSOD learning management system after logging into the DAU hosted site. If you do not see any DSCU courses available after login, you will need to take one of the following actions:

  1. Register for the Introduction to Security Cooperation Course (SC-101).
  2. Change your organization in your CSOD profile. Follow these Directions for Changing your Organinization so you can view your DSCU courses.

Click the button below if you are ready to proceed.

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