About the Capability Systems Centre
The Capability Systems Centre at UNSW Canberra is a centre of research excellence focused on disciplines related to the development, acquisition and sustainment of capability throughout the life cycle; including systems engineering, systems thinking and modelling, systems science, requirements engineering, complex systems and project management.
The principal focus of the Centre is to address shortfalls in research of methodologies, tools and techniques for developing capability. We do this through cutting-edge research and analysis, publications, education, and events; drawing on world-class academic expertise across our disciplinary areas.
The Centre is able to provide research, mentoring and assurance support to decision makers, systems engineers, business analysts, and project, program and portfolio managers in Defence, Government and Industry.
The Capability Systems Centre at UNSW Canberra will deliver the CLC and Capability Management Course in 2018.
This course is aimed at personnel with responsibilities in the capability domain, whether development, acquisition or sustainment.
It is intended to not only describe the CLC but also explain the broader context and underpinning activities which need to be done to implement it.
About the CLC and Capy Mgt Practices Short Course
The Introduction to the CLC and Capability Management Practices short course will:
- explain the CLC including:
- strategic themes;
- attributes, principles and expected behaviours;
- governance, roles and accountabilities;
- the phases of CLC;
- detail the underpinning practices of the CLC; and
- describe the key artefacts and their purpose.
5-9 February 2018
Please bring your personal device as the course notes will be provided as a download from 29 Jan 18 or on a USB during registration.
Contact the Capability Systems Centre for further information on the CLC and Capability Management Practices short course:
Telephone: (02) 6268 8960 or (02) 6268 9566