ULC Purple Book Course Description

Master Planning Program Execution
Control Number: 326
Course Number: 46RMS01A
Length:32
CEUs: 1.9     PDHs: 0.0     LUs: 19.0     PDUs: 0.0     CMs: 19.0     ACE: 0.0     CEHs: 0.0
Purpose:
This class provides a unique opportunity to learn methods used to implement a master plans from programming to project siting and implementation of form base planning. This class will include training in process of preparing an Area Development Plan Execution Plan and using relevant planning tools to conduct planning studies, requirements analyses, stationing impacts, etc. Through application and instruction, students will gain further understanding in the use of these tools and linkage to project programming. The students will also gain knowledge in the detailed process of siting projects in accordance with the master plan. this includes use of form based coding, and site development, as well as how these siting criteria are reflected in programming documentation.

Description:
Students will gain a thorough understanding of various master planning execution and sit development techniques needed to implement the master plan while learning how to comply with public laws on installation planning and DoD guidance. Students will learn how to implement recommendations of the plan to include preparation of the Area Development Execution Plan and associated Investment Strategies as well as siting. Students will learn how to determine real property requirements and the impact to the installation's Real Property Master Plan. They will also learn how to prioritize projects and develop planning-level cost estimates needed to prepare basic life cycle cost analysis summaries. This course also includes an overview of how the Army stations units, how to develop Real Property requirements, and how to assess the impacts of stationing plans. The class also covers project siting and site development and how to translate siting criteria into programming documentation. Students should know, this class does not include instruction on how to prepare a DD form 1391.

Prerequisites:
While there is no prerequsites for this this class, Master Planning Principles (Course 75) is highly recommended to take before attending this class. Course 326 focuses on how to integrate those planning principles into an Area Development Execution Plan and project siting. The course is appropriate for all DoD staff and contractors that deal with master planning. Planning staff from other federal agencies will also benefit from participation in the course. The course is also open to the general public. The class is also appropriate for planners in cities and towns and meets AICP certification for continuing education. Students need to bring a laptop to the course. To receive a certificate of completion, students are required to attend the entire course so leaving early is not allowed by ULC policy.

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SessionLocationStart DateEnd DateSeats Open
1Portland, OR6/18/20196/21/20196