Capability Life Cycle (CLC)—Introduction

This course provides a comprehensive overview of how the Australian Defence Organisation delivers capability through the Defence Capability Life Cycle (CLC). Attendees from Defence, other government agencies, and defence industry can gain an understanding of CLC processes, frameworks, and documents produced, as well as related government and Defence processes. This course will explain when and how key professional practices are applied across the CLC including systems engineering, program management, project management, product management, financial management, procurement and contracting, integrated logistics support (ILS), risk reduction, assurance and enterprise architecture. The course also demonstrates the relationships between CLC activities and professional practices which must be managed in order to deliver capability.

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October

Major Training Services are the provider to Defence for the delivery of the short online course on Technical Data/Intellectual Property clauses in its ASDEFCON suite of templates to CASG Personnel.

May

Applications are now open for Ipswich City Council’s Operation Scale-Up 2021, a cohort-based pilot program aimed at supporting regional businesses to become defence industry ready.

D.Start is an innovation and entrepreneurship program that empowers Australian researchers and small to medium businesses.

June

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, the decision to postpone ROTORTECH to 2021 has been made with the new dates being Tuesday 15 June to Thursday 17 June 2021.

July

This year commemorating "Airforce 100", the Brisbane Airshow will be set in the Brisbane Valley, dedicated to the men and women who have served in our armed forces.

The Summit’s unique, interactive environment fosters effective partnering between Defence and Industry; a critical factor in achieving mutually beneficial outcomes.

On 12-13 July 2021, International Trade Advisors are presenting a two day training course on the ITAR, EAR and Australian Export Controls.

Might submarines lead a nuclear industry in Australia? In continuation of a seminar held in October 2019, this seminar focuses more specifically on nuclear propulsion for submarines and the associated industry.