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Chapter 3 - Acquisition Courses

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Course Title: Real Property Skills TC "Real Property Skills"

Course Number: 150

Sponsoring Organization: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Course Description: Through lectures and hands-on computer exercises, this course covers the preparation of the DD Form 1354 and DA Form 337 as well as the process and procedures for the accounting of Army military real property, management of real property/real estate, and the automated system used to maintain the data of Army military real property/real estate. The course will provide for the most recent updates in the procedures and maintenance of the Army military real property.

Target Audience: Army military real property clerks, technicians, and officers

Attendance Restrictions: Attendees should be engaged in the accountability and management of Army real property/real estate as well as real property master planning. Fundamental knowledge of real property/real estate and the automated system used to maintain the accountability is required.

Course Length: 32 hours

Course Fee: $850

Contact Information:
Attention: CEHR-P-R9
PO Box 1600
Huntsville, AL 35807-4301
Phone: (256) 895-7421
Fax: (256) 895-7469
Website: http://www.pdsc.usace.army.mil

Keywords: Acquisition

 

U.S. Forest Service

Course Title: Liability and Risk Management

Course Number: PRLS 560

Sponsoring Organization: U.S. Forest Service (USDA at George Mason University)

Course Description: This course covers facility and program design to prevent accidents and injuries and to minimize health hazards for visitors and employees. Topics include liability and risk; jurisdictions, legal apparatus and decision making; and analysis of resource-based recreation case law. The course is taught over the Internet using a one-on-one approach with the instructor. Students are required to read and understand case materials, answer questions on each topic, and analyze two cases with regard to course topics. Assignments are sent via e-mail directly to the instructor, and feedback is returned directly to the student. (3 credits)

Target Audience: Administrators, mid-level professionals

Attendance Restrictions: Government experience recommended. Students must have access to a computer with a connection to the Internet and e-mail.

Course Length: The length of time to complete the course depends on course content and experience of the learner. Students have 6 months from receipt of course materials to complete the course. There are extension possibilities for an additional cost.

Course Fee: $510

Contact Information:
Distance Learning Program
George Mason University
10900 University Boulevard, Room 312
Manassas, VA 20110
Phone: (703) 993-8301
Fax: (703) 993-8300
Website: http://dlp.gmu.edu

Keywords: Acquisition

 

Course Title: Site Planning, Operation, and Maintenance

Course Number: PRLS 636

Sponsoring Organization: U.S. Forest Service (USDA at George Mason University)

Course Description: This course examines the siting of facilities to minimize operation and maintenance problems and costs. Topics include site quality and ADA compliance.Health and safety considerations are covered, including water supply, wastes, food pests, traffic circulation, vandalism, and visitor behavior. (3 credits)

Target Audience: Administrators, mid-level professionals

Attendance Restrictions: Government experience recommended

Course Length: The length of time to complete the course depends on course content and experience of the learner. Learners have 6 months from receipt of course materials to complete the course. There are extension possibilities for an additional cost.

Course Fee: $410

Contact Information:
Distance Learning Program
George Mason University
10900 University Boulevard, Room 312
Manassas, VA 20110
Phone: (703) 993-8301
Fax: (703) 993-8300
Website: http://dlp.gmu.edu

Keywords: Acquisition

 

Course Title: Right-of-Way

Course Number: PRLS 646

Sponsoring Organization: U.S. Forest Service

Course Description: This course examines authorities and procedures for right-of-way acquisition from public agencies and private landowners. Topics include planning, coordination, and project scheduling requirements; steps in the acquisition process; and cooperative development and use of roads. (3 credits)

Target Audience: Administrators, mid-level professionals

Attendance Restrictions: Government experience recommended

Course Length: The length of time to complete the course depends on course content and experience of the learner. Learners have 6 months from receipt of course materials to complete the course. There are extension possibilities for an additional cost.

Course Fee: $410

Contact Information:
Distance Learning Program
George Mason University
10900 University Boulevard, Room 312
Manassas, VA 20110
Phone: (703) 993-8301
Fax: (703) 993-8300
Website: http://dlp.gmu.edu

Keywords: Acquisition

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