POE-201


Title

Intermediate SC Planning, Oversight, and Execution

SC Workforce Certification Level

Required for Intermediate Level Certification for SC Planning, Oversight, and Execution

Description

This course provides students with the information they need to plan for, oversee and execute the many complex and interrelated aspects of security assistance and security cooperation at the intermediate level. It builds on functional knowledge of security assistance/security cooperation planning considerations, authorities, funding and roles of the Department of State (DoS), Department of Defense (DoD), and other members of the U.S. government interagency.

There are two options for completing the POE-201 course.

Distance Learning Option (POE-201-V): Conducted over 13 days (13 half days). The first five (5) days are conducted through distance learning and the last eight (8) days are instructor-led online learning.

In Residence Option (POE-201-N, X, W): Conducted over nine (9) days (5 half days plus 4 full days). The first five (5) days are conducted through distance learning with some portions at scheduled times with an instructor. The last four 4 days are in residence.

  • “N” - DSCU NCR campus in Washington D.C.
  • “W” - DSCU WPAFB, OH
  • “X” - Location other than a DSCU campus

Objectives

This course enables students with the skills they need to plan, oversee and execute a Country-specific Security Cooperation Section (CSCS) of a Combatant Command (CCMD) Campaign Plan (CCP). It builds on functional knowledge of security assistance/security cooperation planning considerations, authorities, funding and roles of the Department of State (DoS), Department of Defense (DoD), and other members of the U.S. government interagency

Target Attendees

SC personnel involved with SC Program Management, SC Planning, Operation, or Delivery of Military Equipment, Operation, Execution, or Delivery of SC Training and Equipping Programs or Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation.

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

Substitute Course(s)

  • Security Cooperation Management - OCONUS Course (SCM-O), Oct 1 2011 and Later
  • Security Cooperation Management - Policy, Programs, and Planning Course (SCM-P3), All Years
  • Security Cooperation Management - Action Officers Course (SCM-AO), All Years
  • USMC SC Planner Course Oct 1 2013 – Sep 31 2020
  • JSOU TSOC SEC Oct 1 2013 – Sep 31 2020
  • USA CGSC SC Elective Oct 1 2013 – Sep 31 2020

Course Length

13 half days OLT, or 20 hours OLT + 4 days ILT

Additional Course Information

Delivery Mode

Online Training (OLT), or Online Training (OLT) + Instructor Led Training (ILT)

SC Continuous Learning Hours

52

Equivalent Courses

None

DAU Continuous Learning Points

52

College Credit Recommended

Not evaluated

FM Continuous Education

52

Transfer Credit Available

Yes

Constructive Credit Available

Yes

Registration

This registration button will take you to an equivalent course page on our Learning Management System (LMS), hosted by the Defense Acquisition University (DAU). If sessions are scheduled, you will be able to select one from its Upcoming Sessions drop down list.

Notes

In-residence Option: normally runs from 0800 until 1700 EST Monday through Thursday, allowing for travel on Friday.

Distance Learning Option: normally runs 0800-1200 or 1300-1700 EST Mon through Fri.


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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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