Intermediate International Military Student Office (IMSO)
SC Workforce Certification Level
Fulfills Elective Option for Intermediate Level Certification for SC Execution Support
This is a intermediate-level course and is intended to address key functions of the International Military Student Officer (IMSO), focusing on administration of the International Military Student (IMS) during their training, Field Studies Program objectives and use of the Security Assistance Network (SAN) and the Security Cooperation – Training Management System (SC-TMS).
For students to: Recognize the International Training Management process. Access and utilize the Security Assistance Network (SAN) and Security Cooperation – Training Management System (SC-TMS). Respond to international military students’ needs while they are at your schoolhouse.
Personnel involved with International Military Student Office Operations.
SC-101 Introduction to Security Cooperation Course
Security Cooperation Management - Training Officer/Training Manager Course (SCM-TO/TM), Oct 1 2013 and Later
- Virtual Only Offerings: 10 hours OLT (Asynchronous) + 8 half days ILT (Synchronous Online)
- Hybrid Offerings: 10 hours OLT (Asynchronous) + 4 days ILT (in-residence at DSCU, WPAFB, OH)
See Notes section below for more information
Additional Course Information
Online Training (OLT) + Instructor Led Training (ILT)
SC Continuous Learning Hours
DAU Continuous Learning Points
College Credit Recommended
Transfer Credit Available
Constructive Credit Available
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.
Virtual only offerings of this course consist of 10 hours of online training conducted asynchronously (individually, self-paced) over 4 days (days 1-4) followed by 8 additional half days (days 5-12, excluding weekends) of synchronous instructor led online training through webinars and exercises. The online synchronous portion of the course (days 5-12) will normally run from 1300 until 1700 (Eastern Time, i.e. Ohio time) each day. Students are required to be present and participate fully during the synchronous portion of the course.
Hybrid offerings of this course (when determined to be COVID-19 safe) consist of 10 hours of online training conducted asynchronously (individually, self-paced) over 4 days followed by 4 additional days in-residence at DSCU, WPAFB, OH. The in-residence portion normally runs from 0800 until 1530 Tuesday through Thursday with the course ending on Friday at 1200, thus allowing for travel on Monday and Friday.