Driven by rapid technological changes, new components are developed and launched on the market with increasing speed. The result is a dramatic change in production methods of all components and their market availability. A growing industry sector is facing issues where life cycles of products no longer fit together with life cycles of required components.
This course on obsolescence management, guides the participant in understanding the challenges of obsolescence and ways of overcoming them. It also introduces the new concept of implementing and operating an active management of obsolescence to mitigate and avoid extreme costs.
After the course the Participant should be able to;
- Develop an OM Strategy and advice planners accordingly.
- Create an OM Plan advice and the plan itself
- Carryout an Obsolescence health check on the current status
- Carryout an Impact assessment on current obsolescence risk.
- Advice on achieving acquisition cycle milestone requirements.
- Understand Def Stan 00-600 (ILS Standard) and JSP 886 (MOD OM Policy).
- Resolve current risk.
- Create mitigation strategies to mitigate future OM risk.
- Carryout OM risk assessments using a prioritised risk register.
- Assess OM strategy capability and opportunities for improvement.
First Floor, Al- Zahra Building, Ghala, Sultanate of Oman.