About this event
Area of Interest: Capability Management
This 2-day live simulcast online course introduces the fundamental behaviours, principles, concepts and framework of the Australian Defence Organisations Capability Policy. The course provides the foundation knowledge for participants to understand the Defence Capability Framework and operate in a Capability Development, Delivery, Sustainment or Disposal position. As part of a broader suite of Capability Courses, this course sets the fundamental knowledge set necessary to progress to intermediate and advanced courses.
No prior knowledge is assumed.
Duration: 2 Days
Delivery Mode: Face-to-face and online. You choose how you would like to attend
Providing the right capability involves addressing a complex and dynamic set of issues.
The objective of Defence’s capability processes is to provide Government with a set of capabilities that include the most appropriate options to address its strategic priorities within the available resources, and the flexibility to adjust over time to meet emerging challenges.
Understanding the Framework
- Fundamental Inputs to Capability
- Capability Program Architecture
- Relationships with Government
- Capability Management
- Joint Force Authority
- Capability Managers
- Domain Leads
- Program, Project and Product Sponsors
- Program, Project and Product Delivery Managers
- Strategy and Concepts
- Risk Mitigation and Requirement Setting
- In-Service and Disposal
- Group exercises to reinforce the concepts discussed in the course.
- The course ends with a multiple-choice and short response test to serve as a reminder of the key points thought during the course.
Who should attend
This introductory course is for anyone who is new to Defence Capability Positions or Industry Professional seeking to understand the Defence Capability Framework. The content in this course can be applied to a range of industry sectors with a forward thinking major Capability requirement including Defence, Other Government, Infrastructure, Transport, Mining, Construction and more.
Grant has over thirteen years of experience in Defence both as a Weapons Electrical Engineering Officer in the Royal Australian Navy and more recently within Defence Industry. His key areas of expertise are in capability development, complex system integration and test and evaluation. Grant has worked extensively within Electronic Warfare and Guided Weapons programs, with demonstrated experience in providing authorised engineering and operational risk advice to senior decision makers across acquisition, sustainment and operational contexts. Grant holds Masters in Systems Engineering and Capability Management, and is expected to complete his Master of Project Management in 2022