'Your Strategic Partner'

ILS Practitioner Course

Overview

The course focuses squarely on the Ten ILS elements and identifies the Logistic Support Analysis (LSA) tasks. It also visits the five constituent capabilities and details how these elements can assist ILS personnel in their everyday working environment.

It provides practical and theory training to enable personal, wherever located in the ILS chain, with the fundamental knowledge and practical skills that will enable them to work in a collaborative ILS and engineering environment.

Course Content

The course includes:

  • Getting to Know the Support System
  • Technical Data Management
  • Overview to ILS and Support Systems
  • Level Of Repair Analysis (LORA)
  • Spares Optimisation
  • Configuration Management
  • Understanding a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)
  • How Logistic Disciplines Relate to ILS
  • Overview of DEF(AUST)5691
  • International Standard S1000D
  • Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM)
  • Codification and Cataloguing
  • Life Cycle Costing (LCC)
  • Task Analysis and MRD
  • Overview to DEF(AUST)5692

Audience

This course is aimed at personnel who have any interaction with the technical based projects, processes and products. The target audience for this module includes the following broad categories of personnel:

  • design staff
  • management staff (introduction)
  • stores personnel
  • project procurement staff
  • ILS introduction (new comers)
  • engineering staff
  • maintenance personnel
  • spare parts procurers
  • project or general office staff
  • ILS refresher (all personnel)