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									Table of Contents                                                                   Enterprise Architecture ..........................12
                                                                                     Introduction to Enterprise Architecture ......................12
About the University of New South                                                    Systems Planning ...........................................................................12
Wales Canberra Campus ........................3
                                                                                    Risk Management ....................................12
Professional Education Courses ...........3                                          Introduction to Risk Management ...................................12
General Information................................4                                 Risk and Contract Management ........................................13
Courses .......................................................6                     All-Hazard Response Preparedness –
                                                                                     Minimising the Risk through
Communications and Information                                                       Exercise Management................................................................13
Systems .......................................................6                     Risk and Resilience Management ....................................13
  Basic Communications Principles .....................................6
                                                                                    Logistics & Supply Chain
  Modern Communications Systems .................................6                  Management.............................................14
Satellite Communications......................6                                      Logistics Value Chain Strategy..............................................14
  Satellite Communications - Overview ...........................6                  Leadership .................................................14
  Satellite Communications - Intermediate ...................7                       Leadership for Team and Work Group
  Satellite Communications - Advanced..........................7                     Performance .....................................................................................14

Digital Television ......................................7                           Leading People – Leading the Way ................................14

  Digital Television: Technology & Standards ...............7                       Management.............................................15
  Digital Television: Advanced Systems.............................8                 Strategic Human Resource Management
                                                                                     and the High Performing Organisation ........................15
Project Management ..............................8
                                                                                     Operations Research ..................................................................15
  Introduction to Project Management............................8
                                                                                     Capability Options Analysis ....................................................16
  Software Project Management ...........................................9
                                                                                     Modelling the Strategic Space.............................................16
  Complex IT Project Management ....................................9
                                                                                     Effective Writing for Managers & Professionals .......16
  Managing Integration Projects ...........................................9
                                                                                     Organisational Analysis and Improvement ...............16
  Agile Project Management.....................................................9
                                                                                    Military Systems .......................................17
Systems Engineering...............................10
                                                                                     Battlefield Digitisation.................................................................17
  Introduction to Systems Engineering ............................10
                                                                                     Introduction to Electronic Warfare ..................................17
  Systems Engineering Practice ..............................................10
                                                                                     Introduction to Radar Systems ............................................17
  Requirements Engineering.....................................................10
                                                                                     Introduction to Guided Weapons .....................................18
Systems Thinking .....................................11                             Optical Surveillance Systems ................................................18
  Systems Thinking Techniques ..............................................11       GPS and its Military Application..........................................18
  System Dynamics Modelling Practicum ......................11                       Modern Military Navigation Systems..............................18
  Introduction to Problem Solving ......................................11           Aircraft Electronic Systems ......................................................19
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Naval Studies.............................................19                                                Radio Frequency
                                                                                                            Radiation Safety Officer (RFRSO) ........................................22
 Basics of Naval Architecture ...................................................19
                                                                                                            Occupational Noise Measurement
 Introduction to Naval and Maritime Strategy ..........19                                                   and Assessment ..............................................................................22
Simulation..................................................20                                             Acoustics ....................................................23
 Simulation Applications ............................................................20                     Environmental Noise Measurement and
Geographic Information Analysis ........20                                                                  Assessment .........................................................................................23

 Principles of Geographic Information Analysis                                                              Traffic Noise Measurement and Assessment ...........23
 and Remote Sensing ...................................................................20                   Basics of Underwater Acoustics ..........................................23
Occupational Health                                                                                         Special Courses in Acoustics..................................................24
and Safety Courses ..................................21                                                     Professional Education in Acoustics.................................24
 Laser Safety ........................................................................................21
                                                                                                           2011 Schedule for Professional
 Ionising Radiation Protection and                                                                         Education Courses ...................................26
 Safety Officer......................................................................................21
                                                                                                           How to Register ........................................31




This booklet gives a brief description for each course offered.
For more detailed information please visit our website:
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses



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About the University of                                  Professional Education
New South Wales                                          Courses
Canberra Campus                                          Introduction to Professional Education
UNSW Canberra is a campus of the University of
                                                         Courses
New South Wales and is located at the Australian         UNSW Canberra offers a variety of short
Defence Force Academy. The Academy was                   courses that cater for a wide range of needs
opened in 1986 and operates under an Agreement           suitable for students from the Public Services
between The University of New South Wales and            (including Defence), corporate sector and
the Commonwealth of Australia.                           general community. The courses are universally
UNSW Canberra is part of a significant research          acclaimed by attendees to be well supported by
institution, and offers a supportive and stimulating     presentations, notes and texts. In addition to
environment for postgraduate research. In                a valuable learning experience, attendees also
addition to educating and training undergraduate         value the excellent networking opportunities
students for the Australian Defence Force, UNSW          offered by these courses as participants are able
Canberra has a range of accredited postgraduate          to interact with other attendees from various parts
coursework and research programs as well as              of Defence and defence industry, government
Professional Education courses open to the               organisations and commercial businesses.
general community as well as Defence.
                                                         Accreditation
Our contact base reaches across the private and
public sector, nationally and internationally, and       UNSW Canberra allows students who have
this ensures that our programs remain relevant in        successfully completed a minimum of 12 days of
a changing environment. The presenters of the            approved Professional Education Short Courses
courses are committed teachers and researchers,          to use those courses as credit towards eligible
and many are internationally recognised leaders          postgraduate programs. In eligible programs
in their fields.                                         students enrol in a professional practice course
                                                         which has two main components:
Conferences
                                                         • Prior successful completion of 12 days
The Business Services Unit coordinates academic            of approved professional education short
conferences. These are usually very specialist and         courses; and
research-oriented in nature. These conferences
                                                         • An essay in approved form to explore issues
offer the opportunity for Australian and international
researchers and academics alike, to gather and             related to the professional practice of a
discuss the cutting edge of discovery and enquiry.         relevant discipline.
                                                         The following UNSW Canberra postgraduate
Professional Consulting Services                         programs are eligible programs.
UNSW has a separate legal entity, New South              Masters in:
Global Pty Limited (NSG) which manages
consulting work undertaken by staff of the               • Business
university. NSG is a wholly-owned subsidiary of          • Engineering Science (Electrical)
The University of New South Wales with a current         • Science (Information Technology)
annual turnover in excess of AUD$60 million.
Consultancies undertaken are diverse and include         • Systems Engineering
areas of mathematical modelling and simulation,          • Management Studies (Project Management)
strategic management and development,
discrete science and engineering projects and
development of specialised non-degree education
programs. The Business Services Unit acts as an
agent for NSG and assists in the management of
consulting work done by University College staff.

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Graduate Diploma in:
• Business
                                                       General Information
• Engineering Science (Electrical)                     How to Register for a Short Course
• Science (Information Technology)                     Registration can be made via our website; special
• Systems Engineering                                  rates are offered to Department of Defence
                                                       personnel and Commonwealth Departments.
Other programs may be added from time to time.
For further information about credit and a table of    Website: http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses
credit in Postgraduate Programs please check the       Email:     bsu@adfa.edu.au
Website at:
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Students seeking to obtain credit for successful                  UNSW@ADFA
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the relevant school. With approval of the school,                 Administration Building
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combining a strong academic background
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with many years of experience; many are
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leaders in their field, both nationally and
internationally. Presenters combine strong             The cut off for registrations is 10 working days
research, practical consulting, and excellent          prior to the course commencement date.
teaching skills to provide high-quality, relevant
courses that are universally acclaimed by              Invoices
attendees. While the content of each course is         Invoices will be issued once a course has been
focused on a specific technology or business           confirmed to run (usually within two weeks of
area, our presenters ensure that the subject           commencement). Invoices will be forwarded by
matter is always framed in the context of the          mail to the payment contact nominated on your
current participants, using examples from              registration form.
their particular organisations and fields.
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UNSW Canberra courses can also be
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to suit your organisational requirements,              Mastercard. We are unable to accept Amex
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courses for clients on a tender basis.
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More information about the courses offered by            UNSW Canberra Campus
the Business Services Unit can be found at:              Rm 101, Level One,
                                                         Administration Building
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                                                         Australian Defence Force Academy
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Payments will be processed two weeks prior to           • Complaints which cannot be resolved
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by email.                                                 third party such as the ACT Office of Fair
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Defence clients please note that for amounts up           fair.trading@act.gov.au
to $5,000.00 payment by Defence Purchasing
Card is preferred as required by Defence Finance        All complaints and their outcomes are recorded.
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for amounts over $5,000.00 and also for any             written response.
amounts not paid by credit card.
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Cancellation Policy
                                                        UNSW Canberra collects personal information in
Courses will be held subject to                         order to create and maintain participant records.
sufficient registrations.                               We are committed to maintaining and storing
UNSW Canberra reserves the right to cancel              participant information securely. Participants may
a course up to five working days prior to               request access to their records at any time.
commencement of the course. If a course is              A full copy of the Privacy policy is available at the
cancelled, full refunds will be issued.                 following website:
Registrations cancelled up to ten working days          http://info.unsw.adfa.edu.au/general_policies/
prior to the commencement of a course will be           privacy.html
charged a 50% cancellation fee.
                                                        Attendance
Refund of Fees
                                                        UNSW Canberra courses are open to Defence
All requests for refunds must be made in writing.       and non-Defence personnel. All attendees receive
If you fail to attend a course, no refund or transfer   a UNSW Canberra certificate of attendance at the
to another course will be made.                         conclusion of the course.

Feedback and complaints                                 Catering
UNSW Canberra is committed to a process of              Most course fees include morning and afternoon
continuous improvement based on feedback                tea and a light lunch. Please check your course
from course participants, course presenters             confirmation email for catering arrangements for
and other stakeholders. We welcome                      your course.
comments which may help us to improve
                                                        Course Locations
our services, products and processes.
                                                        Courses are held at various locations. Details for
In some situations you may feel that you want
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to make a complaint. In such situations, UNSW
Canberra has the following complaints process:          Website
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• Where it is not possible to resolve the matter         Disclaimer:
  directly, the complaint will be referred to the
  Manager of External Relations and Business             Courses will be held subject to sufficient
  Development. The Manager may ask for the               registrations. UNSW Canberra reserves the
  complaint to be put in writing.                        right to cancel a course up to five working
                                                         days prior to commencement of the course.
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  complaint will be referred to the Rector for           current at time of publication but may be
  final consideration and a decision on the              amended without notice by UNSW Canberra.
  outcome of the complaint.
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 Courses                                              Modern Communications
                                                      Systems
 For courses that do not have a date please
 register your expression of interest. Contact the    Presented by: Professor Michael Frater,
 Business Services Unit on 02 6268 8421               Associate Professor Mark Pickering and
 or email bsu@adfa.edu.au.                            Dr Michael Ryan
                                                      Register Expression of Interest

Communications and                                    Course Aim
                                                      The aim of this two-day course is to provide
Information Systems                                   attendees with an understanding of the issues
                                                      associated with the design and provision of
                                                      modern communications systems, particularly
                                                      narrowband and broadband modems, wireless
Basic Communications                                  networks, satellite communications and personal
                                                      mobile communications systems. The course also
Principles                                            addresses modern communications techniques
                                                      such as source coding and channel coding, and
Presented by: Dr Michael Ryan                         describes the implementation of communication
Register Expression of Interest                       security services.

Course Aim                                            Some basic familiarity with communications
                                                      fundamentals is assumed as background
This three-day course is aimed at introducing         knowledge for the course. Attendance at our
the basic principles, concepts, technologies, and     Basic Communications Principles course is
systems associated with modern communications         recommended for those who want to gain an
systems. It starts with consideration of the basic    understanding of the underlying communications
principles of communication, describes the            principles before attending this course.
fundamental building blocks of communications
                                                      For a detailed course outline please visit:
systems, and then introduces the system themselves.
                                                      http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/
No prior technical or communications knowledge
                                                      communications/modern_communications.html
is assumed and the course is designed for
audiences who do not necessarily have a technical
background but have a need to understand how
to harness the power of modern communications
                                                      Satellite Communications
systems. The course provides an excellent basic
introduction to communications systems.
                                                      Satellite Communications
In addition to comprehensive course notes,
attendees receive a copy of the presenter’s book
                                                      Overview
Communications and Information Systems, Ryan          Presented by: Professor Michael Frater,
M.J. and Frater M.R., Argos Press, 2002.              Associate Professor Mark Pickering, and
For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                      Dr Michael Ryan

http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/
                                                      21 November 2011
communications/basic_communications.html              Course Aim
                                                      This one-day course (which is also the first day
                                                      of our Satellite Communications—Intermediate
                                                      and Satellite Communications—Advanced
                                                      short courses) provides participants with a
                                                      comprehensive overview of the issues associated
                                                      with the design and provision of modern satellite
                                                      communications systems.

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Some basic familiarity with communications
fundamentals is assumed as background
                                                     Satellite Communications
knowledge for the course. Attendance at our          Advanced
Basic Communications Principles course is
recommended for those who want to gain an            Presented by: Professor Michael Frater,
understanding of the underlying communications       Associate Professor Mark Pickering, and
principles before attending this course.             Dr Michael Ryan
Attendees receive a comprehensive set of notes       21 – 25 November 2011
and a copy of the book Principles of Satellite       Course Aim
Communications, Ryan, M., Argos Press,
Canberra, 2004.                                      This five-day course (incorporating our Satellite
                                                     Communications—Overview and Satellite
For a detailed course outline please visit:          Communications—Intermediate short courses as
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/satellite_       the first three days) provides participants with a
communications/satellite_comm_overview.html          detailed understanding of, and practice in, the
                                                     issues associated with the design and provision of
                                                     modern satellite communications systems.
Satellite Communications                             Familiarity with communications fundamentals
Intermediate                                         is assumed as background knowledge for the
                                                     course. Attendance at our Basic Communications
Presented by: Professor Michael Frater,              Principles course is recommended for those who
Associate Professor Mark Pickering, and              want to gain an understanding of the underlying
Dr Michael Ryan                                      communications principles before attending this
                                                     course. Some basic mathematics and calculator
21 – 23 November 2011
                                                     skills are also required.
Course Aim
                                                     Attendees receive a comprehensive set of notes
This three-day course (incorporating our Satellite   and a copy of the book Principles of Satellite
Communications—Overview short course as              Communications, Ryan, M., Argos Press,
the first day) provides participants with an         Canberra, 2004.
understanding of the issues associated with
                                                     For a detailed course outline please visit:
the design and provision of modern satellite
communications systems.                              http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/satellite_
                                                     communications/satellite_comm_advanced.html
Some basic familiarity with communications
fundamentals is assumed as background
knowledge for the course. Attendance at our
Basic Communications Principles course is            Digital Television
recommended for those who want to gain an
understanding of the underlying communications
principles before attending this course.
Attendees receive a comprehensive set of notes
                                                     Digital Television: Technology
and a copy of the book Principles of Satellite       & Standards
Communications, Ryan, M., Argos Press,
Canberra, 2004.
                                                     Presented by: Professor John Arnold,
                                                     Professor Michael Frater, and
For a detailed course outline please visit:          Associate Professor Mark Pickering
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/satellite_       Register Expression of Interest
communications/satellite_comm_intermed.html
                                                     Course Aim
                                                     The aim of this three-day course is to provide an
                                                     overview of all aspects of the DVB standard that
                                                     will be used for the broadcast of digital television

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in Australia, including the techniques used for
video and audio coding and datacasting.              Project Management
The course is for anyone interested in digital
television, multimedia communications or
audio-visual communications services. No             Introduction to Project
prior knowledge is assumed. Previous attendees
include managers and technical staff from the        Management
broadcast television and pay-TV industries,          Presented by: Dr Alan McLucas and
researchers and academics.                           Dr Michael Ryan
For a detailed course outline please visit:          16 – 18 March and 25 – 27 July 2011
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/digital_tv/      Course Aim
digital_tv_tech_standards.html
                                                     The aim of this three-day course is to provide
                                                     attendees with an understanding of the processes
Digital Television: Advanced                         and management practices associated with the
                                                     profession of project management. The course
Systems                                              has been designed to introduce participants to
Presented by: Professor John Arnold,                 the project management body of knowledge in
Professor Michael Frater, and                        an easy-to-understand manner. The third day
Associate Professor Mark Pickering                   of the course contains a number of practical
                                                     exercises to reinforce attendees’ understanding of
Register Expression of Interest                      project management and to allow them to apply
                                                     the project management body of knowledge to
Course Aim                                           real-life projects. The exercises are conducted as
This three-day course provides participants with a   a combination of tutorials and activities that step
detailed knowledge of the operation of the digital   through the various project management activities,
television standards used in Australia. Reference    focussing on integration, scope, cost, and schedule
to international standards and relevant Australian   management. Throughout the exercises, realistic
standards is included in the course.                 project management issues are introduced.
This course is particularly relevant to anyone       The course is ideally suited to those who are new
interested in digital television, multimedia         to project management and no prior knowledge
communications or audio-visual communications        or experience is assumed. The course also
services, including managers and technical           provides an excellent basis for attendance at
staff from the broadcast television and pay-TV       other courses such as Introduction to Systems
industries, researchers and academics.               Engineering, Software Project Management, and
                                                     Introduction to Risk Management.
Some basic knowledge of digital television is
assumed, such as that gained on our Digital          Attendees receive a copy of the book Project
Television: Technology and Standards course.         Management Techniques, R. Burke, 2007.
For a detailed course outline please visit:          For a detailed course outline please visit:
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/digital_tv/      http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/project_
digital_tv_adv_systems.html                          management/intro_project_mgmt.html




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Software Project Management Managing Integration Projects
Presented by: Mr Gary Millar                            Presented by: Mr. Robert L. (Bob) McGannon
26 – 28 September 2011                                  Register Expression of Interest
Course Aim                                              Course Aim
The aim of this three-day course is to provide          Systems and process integration projects are
attendees with an understanding of the principles,      becoming the norm rather than the exception.
processes, and practices associated with the            Integration projects, however, are the most
management of software-intensive projects.              difficult and laden with traps to snag the unwary
                                                        project manager. Students will learn tips and
No prior knowledge is assumed. The course
                                                        processes that come from years of experience
is ideal for anyone who is working within a
                                                        that will prepare them to avoid the failures that
software-intensive project and needs to gain a
                                                        plague integration projects. Techniques taught in
working knowledge of the application domain,
                                                        the course are reinforced with thorough “real-
project management, and software engineering.
                                                        life” case studies and a hands-on exercise that is
Attendees receive comprehensive course notes.           weaved throughout the whole course. Attendees
                                                        receive a comprehensive course binder, case
For a detailed course outline please visit:             study notes and templates in MS Word format so
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/project_            they can be manipulated by the students to suit
management/software_project_mgmt.html                   their own requirements.
                                                        For a detailed course outline please visit:

Complex IT Project                                      http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/project_
                                                        management/managing_integration_proj.html
Management
Presented by: Mr. Robert L. (Bob) McGannon
                                                        Agile Project Management
Register Expression of Interest
                                                        Presented by: Mr. Robert L. (Bob) McGannon
Course Aim
                                                        Register Expression of Interest
This three-day course is designed for experienced
project managers who want to take their skills          Course Aim
to the next level. Managing large, complex and          This two-day course is designed for project
multiple projects strains the project manager           managers who are responsible for managing agile
in many ways. Weaknesses in your project                projects. Learn techniques to understand how
management skills can quickly bring a complex           agile projects are different and the best techniques
project to its knees. Learn from instructors who        to manage them effectively and successfully.
have experienced firsthand the challenge (and           Understand how to avoid the common pitfalls of
rewards!) of complex project management and             agile projects. The course will cover best practice
how to successfully implement large/multiple            project management techniques for a typical
projects. This short course is highly interactive       agile project lifecycle. Mindavation courses are
with an extensive and challenging case study            highly interactive with challenging case studies
and lectures filled with real life work scenarios.      and lectures filled with real life work scenarios.
Students will team together to apply techniques         Students will team together to apply techniques
learnt from the lectures. Instructors for this course   learned from the lectures.
have over 20 years of project management                Learn Agile terminology, history, techniques
experience in multiple industries and both private      and processes. Discuss Agile project planning
and public environments.                                components and how to apply to an Agile project
For a detailed course outline please visit:             management lifecycle. Students will learn how
                                                        to scale and control Agile projects. Effective
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/project_            techniques on how to best lead Agile projects will
management/complex_project_mgmt.html                    also be discussed.
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This course is designed for IT and non-IT
Agile projects.
                                                     Systems Engineering Practice
                                                     Presented by: Dr Michael Ryan
For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                     24 – 25 March and 18 – 19 August 2011
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/project_
                                                     (Canberra)
management/agile_project_mgmt.html
                                                     Also run in Sydney and Melbourne.
                                                     Course Aim
Systems Engineering                                  Immediately following our Introduction to
                                                     Systems Engineering course, Systems Engineering
                                                     Practice is a two-day practical workshop that
                                                     reinforces the material introduced in that course.
Introduction to Systems
                                                     In addition to providing further detail on the early
Engineering                                          stages of system design, Systems Engineering
Presented by: Dr Michael Ryan and                    Practice presents a simulated design exercise
                                                     that allows students to apply knowledge of
Dr Ian Faulconbridge
                                                     systems engineering processes and management
21 – 23 March and 15 – 17 August 2011                to a real-life system development. The exercise
(Canberra)                                           is conducted as a combination of tutorials and
Also run in Sydney and Melbourne.                    activities that step through the early system life
                                                     cycle, focussing on Conceptual Design and
Course Aim                                           Preliminary Design. Throughout the exercise,
                                                     realistic development issues are introduced.
The aim of this three-day course is to provide an    To reinforce the understanding gained in this
understanding of the processes and management        exercise, attendees undertake an individual
practices associated with the systems engineering    design exercise.
discipline. The course highlights how systems
engineering principles can be applied to technical   No subject matter expertise is assumed—the
projects, and what products to expect from the       exercises are conducted on a project with which
systems engineering effort. The course is ideally    all participants are familiar. The emphasis of
suited to engineers who are new to the discipline,   the workshop is on the process rather than the
as well as to project managers and project staff     technical detail.
who work with systems engineers. The course          For a detailed course outline please visit:
also provides an excellent introduction to the
workshop, Systems Engineering Practice, which is     http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/systems_
conducted on the following two days.                 engineering/systems_engineer_practice.html

Attendees receive a copy of the book
Engineering a System: Managing Complex               Requirements Engineering
Technical Projects, Faulconbridge, R.I.,
                                                     Presented by: Dr Michael Ryan
and Ryan M.J., Argos Press, 2005.
                                                     9 – 11 May and 5 – 7 September 2011
For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                     Course Aim
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/systems_
engineering/Intro_systems_engineering.html           Goods requirements engineering practices
                                                     are essential if complex systems are to be
                                                     developed to meet users’ expectations without
                                                     being delivered late and over-budget. The
                                                     Requirements Engineering short course provides
                                                     a broad overview of all aspects of requirements
                                                     engineering, without focussing on any
                                                     particular detailed technique or tool (although
                                                     the requirements for those approaches and

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applications are clearly identified). This three-day
course has a strong practical element, both in
                                                       System Dynamics Modelling
terms of the introduction to the topic, as well as     Practicum
formal practice through exercises.
                                                       Presented by: Dr Alan McLucas
While there is no fixed pre-requisite
background required for this course, some              Register Expression of Interest
familiarity with the systems engineering               Course Aim
discipline is assumed. Prior attendance at
the Introduction to Systems Engineering short          The System Dynamics Modelling discipline
course, or equivalent, is recommended.                 provides a framework involving qualitative
                                                       description, exploration and analysis of systemic
For a detailed course outline please visit:            problems in terms of processes, business rules,
                                                       information and boundaries, thereby facilitating
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/systems_           quantitative computer simulation modelling and
engineering/requirements_engineering.html              analysis to assist understanding of the underlying
                                                       reasons for observed dynamic behaviour.
Systems Thinking                                       This three-day course introduces students to
                                                       using System Dynamics Modelling to analyse and
                                                       understand our complex world.
Systems Thinking Techniques                            It is assumed that students have an understanding
                                                       of causal mapping techniques. This course
Presented by: Dr Alan McLucas                          requires students to be familiar with Microsoft
Register Expression of Interest                        Windows and have an understanding of
                                                       undergraduate-level mathematics.
Course Aim
                                                       Attendees receive a set of comprehensive course
This three-day course introduces the most              notes and a copy of the book System Dynamics
appropriate ways of visualising the complex            Applications, McLucas, A.C., 2005, Argos
interrelationships between the various parts of        Press, which contains a compendium of models
real-world problems, problems that continually         developed in Powersim® Studio.
change over time and are resistant to corrective
action. The course provides solid foundations          For a detailed course outline please visit:
for developing strategies and managing many            http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/systems_
problems for which conventional reductionist           thinking/system_dynamics_modelling.html
ways of thinking are totally ineffective.
No prior knowledge is assumed. The course
is valuable for anyone faced with developing           Introduction to Problem
policies and management strategies to address          Solving
continually changing problems in public or
private sector organisations or communities.           Presented by: Dr Alan McLucas and
                                                       Dr Michael Ryan
Attendees receive comprehensive course notes,
and a copy of the book Decision Making: Risk           Register Expression of Interest
Management, Systems Thinking and Situation             Course Aim
Awareness, McLucas, A.C., 2003, Argos Press
                                                       This two-day short course exposes the true nature
For a detailed course outline please visit:            of complex dynamic problems, and describes
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/systems_           how to address and solve them. Human
thinking/systems_thinking_techniques.html              cognitive limitations and differences in perception
                                                       provide significant stumbling blocks when
                                                       dealing with complexity. A strong framework is
                                                       therefore required to solve complex problems
                                                       using hard and soft systems approaches.


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No prior knowledge is assumed. The course is
valuable to anyone faced with the complexity
                                                      Systems Planning
of modern decision making, whether it is in           Presented by: Dr. Edward J.E. Lewis
complex systems development, public policy,
administration, research, or any other field of       Register Expression of Interest
modern endeavour.                                     Course Aim
For a detailed course outline please visit:           This two-day course provides the participants
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/systems_          with the knowledge about modern tools and
thinking/intro_problem_solving.html                   techniques that are of use in designing better
                                                      work systems. The tools and techniques
                                                      help planners to manage the risks in
Enterprise Architecture                               complex projects and to prepare Business
                                                      Cases/ trade studies to justify changes to
                                                      the use of resources by an organisation.

Introduction to Enterprise                            For a detailed course outline please visit:

Architecture                                          http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/enterprise_
                                                      architecture/systems_planning.html
Presented by: Dr. Edward J.E. Lewis
Register Expression of Interest
Course Aim
                                                      Risk Management
This two-day course provides an introduction
to the principles and practices for the use of        Introduction to Risk
Enterprise Architecture (EA) to design viable
systems. It describes the value of EA in capability
                                                      Management
development and portfolio management. It gives        Presented by: Dr Alan McLucas,
an overview of the Frameworks used by different       Professor Michael Frater and Dr Michael Ryan
organizations, showing how to carry out the
                                                      Register Expression of Interest
design process.
This course comes in three parts, so participants
                                                      Course Aim
can choose which part is most useful to them.         This two-day course introduces the practice
The parts are:                                        of risk management. The course is aimed at
                                                      anyone who needs to understand the context
• Value of Enterprise Architecture – why senior
                                                      of risk management from a business, project, or
  managers should know about Enterprise
                                                      technical point of view.
  Architecture, how it adds value to the
  organisation                                        While the course is based on the international
                                                      standard ISO 31000 (previously AS/NZ 4360),
• Use of Enterprise Architecture – why project
                                                      other standards are introduced to reflect the wide
  managers should know about Enterprise
                                                      range of applications of the general principles
  Architecture, how it helps them integrate and       of risk management. The course has a strong
  align resources                                     practical flavour, both in the discussion of the
• Foundation of Enterprise Architecture – why         standards as well as in the conduct of major
  systems engineers, designers, and planners          exercises designed to practise participants in the
  should know about Enterprise Architecture,          various aspects of risk management.
  what are the basic components of EA                 There is no pre-requisite knowledge for the course.
  frameworks and how EA ought to be managed           Attendees receive comprehensive course notes.
For a detailed course outline please visit:           For a detailed course outline please visit:
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/enterprise_       http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/risk_
architecture/intro_ent_architecture.html              management/intro_risk_mgmt.html

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Risk and Contract                                    The course will provide participants with the
                                                     knowledge and tools to manage all aspects of an
Management                                           exercise, whether it is a drill, desk-top exercise,
                                                     functional, simulation or operational exercise.
Presented by: Dr Alan McLucas and
Mr Michael Brennan (Minter Ellison)                  The course and associated workbook provide a
                                                     clear structure and practical framework to address
12 – 13 May and 20 – 21 October 2011                 all stages of an exercise from initial concept
Course Aim                                           through the conduct stage to final post-exercise
                                                     report and analysis. The course provides the
Complex, technically demanding projects and          opportunity for participants to apply knowledge
a vast range of goods and services are delivered     gained during the course.
to customers through contractual arrangements.
                                                     The course is designed to benefit Crisis Managers,
Formulating, negotiating and subsequently
                                                     Risk Managers, Security Strategy Managers,
managing contracts demands a detailed
                                                     Business Continuity Managers, Business
understanding of both what needs to be delivered     Resilience Managers, and OH&S Managers and
and the legal requirements. Understanding and        all management officers responsible for testing
managing risks to both technical and contractual     any type of plan or procedure through simulation
delivery is critical to success.                     including rehearsals, drills or exercises.
No prior risk or contract knowledge is assumed,      For a detailed course outline please visit:
although attendance at our Introduction to Project
Management short course may be of advantage          http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/risk_
to attendees who do not have a strong project        management/allhazard_response.html
management background.
This course is presented in cooperation with         Risk and Resilience
Minter Ellison Lawyers.
                                                     Management
Attendees receive comprehensive course notes.
                                                     Presented by: Rita Parker
For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                     22 – 23 June and 21 – 22 September 2011
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/risk_
management/risk_contract_mgmt.html                   Course Aim
                                                     In a changing risk environment it is essential
                                                     that managers adopt new thinking and ways to
All-Hazard Response                                  minimise the impact of vulnerability and failure
Preparedness – Minimising                            of our systems and plans. Incorporating resilience
                                                     into the overall risk management framework
the Risk through Exercise                            can assist organisations to survive and thrive in
Management                                           turbulent times. This two-day course will expose
                                                     participants to concepts, ideas and case studies
Presented by: Rita Parker                            associated with building resilience and adaptive
                                                     capacity within organisations in the context of a
6 – 7 April and 7 – 8 September 2011                 disruptive or catastrophic event.
Course Aim                                           Course participants will be introduced to a
This two-day course provides information and         Resilience Maturity Model and Matrix. They will
guidance on planning and execution of successful     be given information about development of the
exercises to test crisis management, emergency,      national Standard for Organisational Resilience and
security, counter-terrorism, pandemic, business      its links to other Standards including risk, systems
continuity and other plans. The course is relevant   management and resilience in the supply chain.
for the public and the corporate sectors.




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The course is designed to benefit Risk Managers,
Security Strategy Managers, Business Continuity       Leadership
Managers, Crisis Managers and all senior and
middle level managers with an interest in and
or responsibility for strategic decision making       Leadership for Team and Work
following a disruptive or catastrophic event.
                                                      Group Performance
For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                      Presented by: Dr James Warn
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/risk_
management/risk_resilience_mgmt.html                  Register Expression of Interest
                                                      Course Aim
Logistics & Supply Chain                              A challenge for leaders is to develop a high
                                                      performing work team or group in the work
Management                                            place. High performing groups and teams are
                                                      important for driving innovation, collaboration,
                                                      transformational change and organisational
                                                      learning. This one day course develops an
Logistics Value Chain Strategy                        integrated framework around which leaders can
                                                      identify and understand the behaviours that will
Presented by: Michael Coles                           underpin the development of a high performing
Register Expression of Interest                       team or workgroup. The workshop is presented in
                                                      a practical manner but the material is grounded
Course Aim                                            on sound foundation of an understanding of the
This course examines how the logistics value          findings of decades of research in leadership.
chain of maintenance, supply, distribution            The objectives of the workshop are to provide
and transport activities should be strategically      participants with
managed in order to significantly improve
productivity and competitive advantage. Topics        • A clear understanding of the key factors
addressed include logistic systems dynamics,            that underpin a successful leader-follower
balanced scorecards and performance                     relationship.
measurement, strategy options analysis, supply        • An understanding of the importance of
chain management (including inventory                   building and maintaining trust.
management, MRP and ERP), maintenance and
reliability, integrated logistic support, logistics   • An understanding to the leadership behaviours
support analysis, JIT and lean operations, location     that underpin high level team or work group
strategies and distribution resource planning.          performance.
Comprehensive improvement frameworks                  For a detailed course outline please visit:
covered include the Supply Chain Operations
Reference (SCOR) Model, Performance Based             http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/leadership/
Contracting (PBC) and the Business Excellence         leadership_for_team.html
Framework. Monitoring logistics performance
with the tools of TQM is also addressed. The
learning methodology places significant emphasis
                                                      Leading People – Leading the
on case studies, both business and military, Excel-   Way
based modelling exercises and group discussion.
                                                      Presented by: Dr Jason Mazanov and
For a detailed course outline please visit:           Dr James Connor
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/logistics/        Register Expression of Interest
value_chain_strategy.html
                                                      Course Aim
                                                      Effectively leading people is the key managerial
                                                      challenge of our time. This two day course will
                                                      grapple with the how and why of leadership and

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build upon your own knowledge, experience and          • strategic human resource management;
style of leadership to further enhance how you
lead others to achieve organisational goals.           • business strategy development;

At each stage we ask participants to reflect on        • effective organisational change management; and
their experience of leadership to develop insights     • how managers can use HRM to develop a
into the strengths and weaknesses of different           high-performing culture.
approaches. Participants will further develop and
refine their own leadership skills in this course      The course highlights the fact that effective human
through a mixture of learning activities, reflection   resource management results from understanding
tasks and interactive discussions. By engaging         the business context that an organisation
alternative approaches to leadership, participants     operates in which ensures the development of
can learn from each other, with a view towards         evidence based SHRM approaches. The course
developing a more sophisticated understanding of       also focuses on how strategic HRM integrates
leadership. This helps participants both in terms      HRM into the strategic decision making process,
of their leadership of others, and also how they       thus the main focus of SHRM is strategy
respond to different approaches to leadership.         while the main focus of HRM is practice.
By the end of the course, participants will have       For a detailed course outline please visit:
developed an appreciation of different styles of
leadership and how these ‘fit’ leadership theory.      http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/
The practical benefits include the development         management/strategic_hr_mgmt.html
of “decision rules” participants can use to
guide their own leadership and followership.
Participants will also have considered the
                                                       Operations Research
contextual nature of leadership and learnt to          Presented by: Professor Hussein Abbass
appraise the situation and problem so as to apply
the necessary leadership style.                        2 – 6 May 2011

For a detailed course outline please visit:            Course Aim

http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/leadership/        Why is it necessary to model a problem? How
leadingpeople.html                                     can simple but rigorous and structured analysis
                                                       increase the productivity of your organisation and
                                                       your efficiency in making wise decisions? What
Management                                             tools and techniques can you use to make the
                                                       best of the limited information available for you?
                                                       The aim of this course is to provide an
Strategic Human Resource                               understanding of the diversity of scientific
                                                       methods used to assist managers and analysts
Management and the High                                in making the best out of what is available to
Performing Organisation                                them. The course presents how and when these
                                                       tools can be applied to operational and tactical
Presented by: Ms Tracie Starkey and                    decisions, and how a proper understanding of their
Dr Nick Jans                                           capabilities can lead to effective decision making.
30 May and 19 August 2011                              The course is ideally suited to analysts, scientists,
                                                       project staff, and decision support teams.
Course Aim
                                                        This course is divided into two stages:
The purpose of this short course is to show             Day 1 Introduction for Managers; Days 2-5
what ‘managing human resources strategically’           Introduction to the techniques requiring
means in practical terms, and how and why               some basic mathematics.
such an approach will improve organisational
performance. This is a targeted course for HR          For a detailed course outline please visit:
managers at all levels who want to improve the
business impact of what they do. The course            http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/
covers the essentials of:                              management/operations_research.html

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Capability Options Analysis                          Effective Writing for Managers
Presented by: Professor Hussein Abbass and           & Professionals
Mr Dean Bowley (DSTO)
                                                     Presented by: Dr James Hanson
20 – 24 June 2011
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Course Aim
                                                     Course Aim
Why is it necessary to give qualitative and
                                                     This two day course introduces techniques for
quantitative insights into the relative merits of
                                                     writing well-reasoned, well-supported arguments
agreed options? How can rigorous and structured
                                                     and for dissecting counterarguments. These
analysis assist in making major capability
                                                     techniques are commonly used by people
decisions? What techniques should you use to
                                                     who must engage in debates (e.g. academics,
reduce the risk for making the wrong decision?       lawyers, politicians & lobbyists), but they are
The aim of this course is to provide an              also very useful for managers, administrators
understanding of the techniques and tools used       and professionals who need to write persuasive
to assess options and capability analysis in         arguments, proposals, submissions, articles
organisations. The course presents how these         or speeches. They are even useful for writing
tools can be applied to large capability projects,   effective emails in the workplace. Day one
and how a cohesive business case can be              focuses on planning a rational argument:
produced. The course is ideally suited to analysts   argument mapping, logical analysis, finding
who are new to the discipline, as well as project    and using valid evidence, dissecting your
managers and project staff who work with major       opponents’ arguments and identifying invalid
                                                     uses of evidence. Day two focuses on writing
acquisition projects.
                                                     and rewriting: structure and clarity, grammar and
For a detailed course outline please visit:          rhetorical strategies to enhance impact.
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/                 Participants are encouraged to bring along a piece
management/capabilityoptionsanalysis.html            of their own work-related writing to analyse and
                                                     improve. This can be anything from a major
Modelling the Strategic Space                        report to a workplace email.

Presented by: Professor Hussein Abbass               Participants receive comprehensive course notes
                                                     and on-going access to the course website.
4 – 8 July 2011
                                                     For a detailed course outline please visit:
Course Aim
                                                     http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/
Why is it necessary to have a vision in an           management/effective_writing.html
organisation? How can we make sense
of messy situations? What techniques
and best practice can help you in your               Organisational Analysis and
daily strategic management needs?
                                                     Improvement
The aim of this course is to provide an
understanding of the techniques and tools
                                                     Presented by: Dr James Hanson and
that can be used by strategic management
                                                     Vice Admiral (Rtd) David Shackleton AO,
in organisations. The course presents how
                                                     School of Business
these tools can be applied to strategic              Register Expression of Interest
decisions and messy problems with many
degrees of freedom. The course is ideally            Course Aim
suited to managers, defence personnel with           This two day course is a practical introduction
a large portfolio, and project managers.             to organisational analysis to improve the
For a detailed course outline please visit:          productivity of organisations and teams. It
                                                     is designed for effective managers and
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/                 management consultants. Day one focuses on
management/modellingstrategicspace.html
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diagnosing problems, identifying opportunities
for improvement and redesigning structures and
                                                     Introduction to Electronic
processes. Day two focuses on managing change        Warfare
and making organisations more adaptive.
                                                     Presented by: Mr Craig Benson,
Participants are encouraged to bring along an        Professor Michael Frater, and Dr Michael Ryan
organisational challenge they are currently
facing and to use this course as a structured        4 – 6 April 2011
opportunity to analyse and address that              Course Aim
challenge. However, case studies will be
provided for participants who cannot bring           The aim of this three-day course is to provide
along their own work-related challenge.              an understanding of the issues associated with
                                                     the design and provision of tactical electronic
Participants receive comprehensive course notes.     warfare systems on the modern battlefield. Both
This course emphasises practical techniques for      communications EW and non-communications
diagnosing and solving organisational problems,      EW are discussed.
but a list of further readings on organisation
theory & research will be provided for those who     The course is for anyone who needs to
wish to explore these topics in greater depth.       understand tactical electronic warfare,
                                                     including military officers, defence civilians,
For a detailed course outline please visit:          and members of defence industry. No
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/                 prior military or technical knowledge is
management/organisational_analysis.html              assumed. In addition to comprehensive
                                                     course notes, attendees also receive a copy
                                                     of the book Tactical Electronic Warfare.

Military Systems                                     For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                     http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/military_
                                                     systems/intro_electronic_warfare.html
Battlefield Digitisation
Presented by: Professor Michael Frater and           Introduction to Radar Systems
Dr Michael Ryan
                                                     Presented by: Dr Ian Faulconbridge
6 – 8 April 2011
                                                     17 – 19 August 2011
Course Aim
                                                     Course Aim
The aim of this three-day course is to provide
an understanding of the issues associated            The aim of this three-day course is to
with the design and provision of battlefield         provide an understanding of radar and its
communications and information systems.              associated principles. The course has been
                                                     designed to provide a complete coverage
The course is for anyone who needs to                of the radar discipline whilst avoiding
understand Army tactical communications and          much of the mathematical complexity of
information systems, including: military officers,   the subject. The course is aimed at non-
defence civilians and defence industry. No prior     technical persons requiring a working
military or technical knowledge is assumed.          knowledge of radar systems, or engineers
                                                     who need an introduction into the field.
In addition to comprehensive course notes,
attendees also receive a copy of the book            Introduction to Radar Systems includes coverage
Battlefield Communications Systems.                  of the major types of operational radars including
                                                     pulse radar, CW and CW/FM radar, pulse Doppler
For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                     and MTI radar and various forms of tracking radar.
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/military_        Coverage of EW topics as applied to the radar
systems/battlefield_digitisation.html                field is also provided.


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In addition to comprehensive course
notes, attendees also receive a copy
                                                      GPS and its Military
of the book Radar Fundamentals,                       Application
Faulconbridge, R.I., Argos Press, 2002.
                                                      Presented by: Mr Craig Benson,
For a detailed course outline please visit:           Mr Brad Hards and Mr Tim Wedding
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/military_         23 – 24 May 2011
systems/intro_radar_systems.html
                                                      Course Aim

Introduction to Guided                                This introductory two-day course provides
                                                      attendees with an understanding of the operation
Weapons                                               of the Global Positioning System and related
                                                      systems, especially as they relate to military
Presented by: Mr Craig Benson and                     platforms, weapons and command systems.
Mr John Davies                                        The course is designed for anyone who works
2 – 4 May 2011                                        with GPS in system definition, procurement and
                                                      capability implementation.
Course Aim
                                                      No prior military or technical knowledge is
This three-day course aims to provide an              assumed. Attendees receive comprehensive
understanding of the issues that must be              course notes.
addressed for the successful acquisition of
guided weapon systems. The course is for              For a detailed course outline please visit:
anyone who needs to understand guided weapon          http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/military_
requirements, weapon guidance methods,                systems/gps_its_military_app.html
platform integration, weapon acceptance into
service and through life support issues/risks.
No prior military or technical knowledge is           Modern Military Navigation
assumed. Attendees will receive comprehensive
course notes.
                                                      Systems
                                                      Presented by: Mr Tim Wedding,
For a detailed course outline please visit:           Mr Brad Hards and Mr Craig Benson
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/military_         23 – 25 May 2011
systems/intro_guided_weapons.html
                                                      Course Aim
Optical Surveillance Systems                          This three-day course (which includes the
                                                      two-day GPS and its Military Application
Presented by: Mr Craig Benson                         short course as the first two days) provides
16 – 18 May 2011                                      an overview of contemporary systems used
                                                      for military navigation, specifically GPS and
Course Aim                                            Inertial Navigation Systems. The course is
                                                      designed for those who are involved with
This three-day course provides an overview of
                                                      GPS and INS system definition, procurement,
the types of systems used for optical surveillance,
                                                      and capability implementation.
including an appreciation of the advantages
and limitations of particular device types. No        No prior military or technical knowledge is
background knowledge is assumed for the course.       assumed. Attendees receive comprehensive
Attendees receive a comprehensive set of notes.       course materials.
For a detailed course outline please visit:           For a detailed course outline please visit:
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/military_         http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/military_
systems/optical_surveillance_systems.html             systems/mod_military_nav_%20sys.html



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Aircraft Electronic Systems                          application, ship stability, strength, resistance,
                                                     powering and motions (seakeeping).
Presented by: Dr Ian Faulconbridge
                                                     For a detailed course outline please visit:
Register Expression of Interest
                                                     http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/naval_
Course Aim                                           architecture/basics_naval_architecture.html
This three-day course focuses on the role of
electronic systems in modern aircraft. The course    Introduction to Naval and
uses a brief introduction to a generic modern
aircraft in order to place airborne electronic
                                                     Maritime Strategy
systems into a familiar context. The course then     Presented by: Dr John Reeve
investigates the role of the major electronic
systems in more detail.                              15 July 2011
The course is aimed at individuals who need to       Course Aim:
understand the principles of airborne electronic     This course aims to provide a general introduction
systems, including non-technical people involved     to naval and maritime strategic concepts. These
with acquisition or management of avionics           are presented within their historical contexts and
systems or engineers who need an introduction        in terms of their twenty-first century applications
to the field or a refresher course. In addition      and relevance. It assumes no prior knowledge of
to comprehensive course notes, attendees also        maritime strategy or naval history and provides an
receive a copy of the book Principles to Avionics,   elementary working knowledge or a foundation for
Faulconbridge, R.I., Argos Press, 2007.              further study.
For a detailed course outline please visit:          The course provides historical context in terms
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/military_        of the gunpowder revolution at sea, the creation
systems/aircraft_electronic_sys.html                 of global strategy and international relations, the
                                                     rise of state navies, and technological change
                                                     and warfare during the 19th and 20th centuries
Naval Studies                                        with the coming of steam power, long range
                                                     guns, explosive shells, submarines, air power and
                                                     nuclear weapons. It outlines classical maritime
Basics of Naval Architecture                         strategic thought with an introduction to Mahan
                                                     and the US blue water school, Corbett and joint
Presented by: Dr Warren Smith                        maritime warfare, and continental ideas of sea
15 – 16 June and 7 – 8 November 2011                 power from France, Germany and Russia. It
                                                     explores the post-Cold War and post-9/11 era
Course Aim                                           in the maritime environment and the issues of
The aim of this two day course is to cover the       expeditionary warfare, counter-terrorism, strategic
basic concepts of naval architecture and ship        competition in the Asia-Pacific, maritime strategic
design as relevant to non-naval architects,          concepts for the twenty-first century, and current
particularly those working in ship based projects.   Australian defence policy and maritime strategy.
No prior knowledge of naval architecture             The course is relevant to military operations and
is required. The course will benefit recently        command, strategic and logistical planning,
recruited ship project staff, those who have         regional and global security issues, military
been working in allied areas but need a broader      theory, and naval history. It is therefore likely to
knowledge base of naval architecture and             be of interest to both naval and non-naval military
those involved with equipment specification,         personnel, defence civilians, other interested
procurement, evaluation and supply in the            professionals and the general community,
maritime environment.                                especially in an era of joint operations and of
It is assumed that participants will have some       great power maritime rivalry in the Asia-Pacific.
technical background but have no previous            For a detailed course outline please visit:
formal education in naval architecture. Topics
covered will include ship types and their            http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/naval_
                                                     architecture/naval_maritime_strategy.html
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Simulation                                            Geographic Information
                                                      Analysis
Simulation Applications
Presented by Col Mike Ford (Rtd)                      Principles of Geographic
9 – 13 May 2011                                       Information Analysis and
Course Aim                                            Remote Sensing
The aim of this five day course is to introduce       Presented by: Dr Amy Griffin
attendees to the uses and applications of
Simulation techniques.                                2 – 6 May 2011
The Defence Simulation Roadmap 2006 in its            Course Aim
Initiatives for the strategy of ensuring adequate
                                                      This course deals with the concepts and
personnel, states in part: “One of the barriers
                                                      principles of remote sensing and geographic
to success is because of the lack of qualified or
                                                      information analysis (GIA). The course is
trained personnel and the corresponding time
                                                      designed to provide students from diverse
constraints that this imposes on developing
                                                      backgrounds with a theoretical basis in spatial
sufficient competence in people even to               phenomena and an understanding of data
understand where and how to apply simulation          processing and analysis techniques. GIA topics
in their work or training.” Simulation Australia      include: spatial data models, spatial referencing
(SIAA) has similar problems with the lack of          systems, data collection and entry, spatial
people available for the industry who have            database management systems, geographic
knowledge of simulation policy and governance.        information analysis, and terrain analysis. Remote
This course will help alleviate these problems.       sensing topics include: physical principles of
At the end of this course attendees will              remote sensing, image pre-processing, image
understand/know about: simulation architectures,      enhancement and image classification.
engagement models [CGF], representation               During the intensive course week, attendees will
of human factors, Virtual Environments, 3D            have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience
graphics, human in the loop simulations,              in the application of concepts covered in the
simulation for training, distributed simulation and   readings, online activities and lectures.
where simulation fits in the acquisition process.
                                                      At the end of the course, students will have
For a detailed course outline please visit:           an understanding of how to select or acquire
                                                      appropriate spatial data and will be able to
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/simulation/
                                                      perform basic digital image processing and spatial
simulation_applications.html
                                                      analysis tasks. This course would be helpful for
                                                      anyone who wants to get started in learning about
                                                      spatial data in all of its forms (including satellite
                                                      imagery) or for those who need to manage
                                                      employees who work with spatial data.
                                                      For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                      http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/geographic_
                                                      informtion_analysis/geo_info_analysis.html




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Occupational Health and                                for oversight of the control of laser hazards.
                                                       However, the Standard does not define a level of

Safety Courses                                         competency or provide guidance on the level of
                                                       training. Dr Cochrane et al presented a paper in
                                                       2001 at the International Laser Safety Conference
Five courses have been developed to meet the           proposing three levels of laser safety training.
requirements of Defence personnel with special         Subsequently our courses are structured around
responsibilities in the occupational health areas:     this intent with the 4 day course specifically
                                                       aimed at level 1 and the 1 day course at level
• Defence Laser Safety Officer                         2. We also offer a half day level 3 laser safety
                                                       awareness course. At this stage the level 3 laser
• Defence Ionising Radiation Protection & Safety
                                                       safety course is only available for limited in-house
  Officer
                                                       delivery, however an online training package for
• Defence Radio Frequency Radiation Safety             the level 3 course is under development.
  Officer (RFRSO)
                                                       • Level 2 laser safety course (1 day), for people
• Defence Occupational Noise Measurement &               working with Class 3B or Class 4 lasers,
  Assessment Officer                                     supervising the use of hazardous lasers, or
                                                         people required to implement laser safety
The programs for these courses have been                 programs devised by a laser safety officer
developed to meet the requirements of both               who is competent to undertake a quantitative
the policies and procedures in the Defence               analysis of the laser hazards involved.
Safety Manual (SAFETYMAN) and national and
international standards. Where appropriate             • Level 1 laser safety course (4 day) providing
each course includes examples and procedures             the training necessary for those appointed
which are particularly relevant to Defence.              as laser safety officers and those who need
Each course has an assessment component.                 to apply the recommendations of AS/NZS
Panelling of personnel on these courses                  2211.1. It is also invaluable to OH&S officers
is managed by Defence Business Training                  and users of laser systems to assess potential
Centre. The courses are normally presented               hazards and to minimise the possibility of
at UNSW Canberra Campus but may be                       an accident by being able to calculate safe
presented at other locations. Each full course           working conditions.
is offered over continuous 5 days and once
                                                       For a detailed course outline please visit:
or twice per year depending on demand.
                                                       http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/ohs_laser_
Introductory courses on each topic, typically 1-2
                                                       safety/ohs_laser_safety_courses.html
days, can also be provided on request. These
courses do not have an assessment component
and, if required, procedures for articulation to the
full course are available.                             Ionising Radiation Protection
                                                       and Safety Officer
Laser Safety                                           Course Duration: 1 to 5 days
Presented by: Mr Trevor Wheatley, Dr Andrew            Coordinated by: Dr Wayne Hutchison
Lambert and Dr Elanor Huntington                       Please enquire for corporate in-house
Please see Schedule on page 30 for dates.              presentation:
This course is also panelled for Defence.              Email: w.hutchison@adfa.edu.au or
                                                       Ph: 02 6268 8804
Please enquire for corporate in-house
presentation: bsu@adfa.edu.au                          Course Aim
Course Aim                                             The course is designed to meet the needs of
                                                       the Australian work place regarding exposure
The AS/NZS 2211.1 defines a Laser Safety Officer       to ionising radiation, both natural and human-
as one who is competent in the evaluation and          made, in the form of X-rays, gamma-rays,
control of laser hazards and has responsibility        neutrons and electrons. This course prepares
  http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses                                                                   21
OH&S officers and staff who may be exposed to       Contact: Kevin Brett,
ionising radiation in the workplace to understand            Executive Officer Non-Ionising
the principles of ionising radiation safety and              Radiation, DRSA,
to implement and monitor relevant safety                     Logistics Assurance Branch, Joint
procedures. The reference for the course is the              Logistic Command
Australian Standard AS2243.4-1998. The course                ph: 02 626 62769,
outcomes are to have the participants trained to:            email: Kevin.Brett@defence.gov.au
• Implement ionising radiation safety in the        for further details of defence panelled courses.
  workplace
                                                    For a detailed course outline please visit:
• Monitor ionising radiation hazards
                                                    http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/ohs_laser_
• Maintain records of radiation exposure            safety/radio_freq_radiation_safety.html
• Implement safe practices in the use, storage,
  transport and disposal of radioactive materials   Occupational Noise
• Implement contingency plans for radiation         Measurement and Assessment
  accidents.
                                                    Presented by: Professor Joseph Lai and
For a detailed course outline please visit:         Marion Burgess
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/ohs_laser_      Can be presented at UNSW Canberra Campus
safety/ionising_radiation_protection.html           or as in house delivery. Contact Marion Burgess
                                                    Email: m.burgess@adfa.edu.au
                                                    Ph: 02 6268 8241 or 0402 240 009
Radio Frequency                                     Course Aim
Radiation Safety Officer                            The aim of this course is to provide information
(RFRSO)                                             and practical experience on basic noise
                                                    measurements, regulations, management and
Presented by: Dr Alistair Drake, Dr David Low,      control for OHS personnel. The guidelines and
Dr Robert Smith, Dr John Taylor and                 procedures from Australian Standards and other
Dr Greg Milford                                     relevant documents are discussed. The emphasis
Defence Panelled Course                             of the course is on gaining experience and
                                                    confidence in the use of the available sound level
Please enquire for presentation to industry:        meter for noise surveys, on the interpretation of
bsu@adfa.edu.au                                     the data and the understanding of the options
Course Aim                                          which may be the most appropriate for an
                                                    effective noise management program for the
The aim of this course is to provide members of     workplace.
the Australian Defence Force who are designated
Radio Frequency Radiation Safety Officers           It is assumed that participants will have a technical
(RFRSO) with an understanding of the principles     or OHS background but may have no previous
                                                    experience in noise measurement and analysis.
and practice of radio frequency radiation
safety and radio frequency radiation safety         The course is tailored to meet the requirements of
measurement. The references for the course are      the client and can be presented over 2 to 5 days.
ARPANSA Radiation Protection Series Publication     The shorter courses are relevant for familiarisation
No. 3 and Australian Standard AS 2772.2-1988.       or as a refresher. If required, assessment can be
                                                    included and based on class work, a test on the
The RFRSO course is a four and a half               last day and an assignment undertaken following
day course which is presented on the                completion of the course.
campus of UNSW at Canberra.
                                                    For a detailed course outline please visit:
Attendance at the Defence RFRSO course is
administered through the Directorate of Radiation   http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/ohs_laser_
Safety and assurance (DRSA).                        safety/occupational_noise_meas.html


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Acoustics                                          Traffic Noise Measurement
                                                   and Assessment
Please enquire for corporate in-house
presentation:                                      Presented by: Marion Burgess
Email: m.burgess@adfa.edu.au                       Course Aim
ph: 02 6268 8241 or 0402 240 009
                                                   The aim of this two day course is to provide
                                                   information and practical experience on traffic
Environmental Noise                                noise measurements, regulations, predictions
                                                   and mitigation for those dealing with traffic
Measurement and Assessment                         noise assessment. The emphasis of the course
                                                   is on gaining experience and confidence in the
Presented by: Marion Burgess                       interpretation of the data and assessment of the
Course Aim                                         noise impact based on legislation, regulations,
                                                   guidelines, procedures, Australian Standards and
The aim of this three to four day course is to     other relevant documents. The options which
provide information and practical experience       may be the most appropriate for effective noise
on basic noise measurements, regulations and       mitigation and control are also discussed.
control for those involved with environmental
                                                   It is assumed that participants will have a
noise assessment. The emphasis of the course is
                                                   technical or environmental background but may
on gaining experience and confidence in the use
                                                   have no previous experience in traffic noise
of the available sound measuring instrumentation
                                                   measurement and analysis.
for environmental noise surveys, the
interpretation of the data and assessment of the   Assessment is based on class work, a test on
noise impact based on legislation, regulations,    the last day and may include an assignment
guidelines, procedures, Australian Standards and   undertaken following completion of the course.
other relevant documents. The options which
                                                   For a detailed course outline please visit:
may be the most appropriate to develop effective
noise mitigation and control are also discussed.   http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/acoustics/
                                                   traffic_noise.html
It is assumed that participants will have a
technical or environmental background but
may have no previous experience in noise           Basics of Underwater
measurement and analysis.
                                                   Acoustics
If required, assessment can be based on class
work, a test on the last day and an assignment     Presented by: Specialist presenters from DSTO,
undertaken following completion of the course.     Defence and from UNSW Canberra Campus

For a detailed course outline please visit:        Course Aim
                                                   The aim of this two day course is to cover the
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/acoustics/
                                                   basic aspects of underwater acoustics which are
enviro_noise_measurement.html
                                                   relevant to Department of Defence personnel
                                                   and contractors. The course will benefit recently
                                                   recruited staff, those who have been working in
                                                   allied areas but need a broader knowledge base
                                                   and those involved with equipment specification,
                                                   procurement, evaluation and supply. It is assumed
                                                   that participants will have some technical
                                                   background but may have no previous experience
                                                   in underwater acoustics.
                                                   For a detailed course outline please visit:
                                                   http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/acoustics/
                                                   underwater_acoustics.html
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Special Courses in Acoustics                         (IOA) and has the support of the Australian
                                                     Association of Acoustical Consultants (AAAC).
Presented by: UNSW Canberra Campus Staff
and specialist presenters                            Each module of the program will be offered as a
                                                     short course in distance learning mode so that it
Course Aim                                           can be undertaken at any location. Each module
                                                     comprises course notes, tutorials, experiment and
Special courses on various aspects of acoustics
                                                     a test. Students will work through this material; at
can be arranged on request. These include:
                                                     their own pace.
• Occupational noise
                                                     For each module there will be the requirement to
• Environmental noise                                undertake a measurement session and a 3 hour
                                                     test. The test is offered 4 times per year and can
• Building acoustics                                 be taken under supervision and does not require
• Speech Privacy                                     travel to a particular location.

• Noise and Vibration Control                        For a detailed course outline please visit:

• Underwater Acoustics                               http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/acoustics/
                                                     education_in_acoustics.html
The skills and experience of the staff and the
facilities at UNSW Canberra Campus can be
complemented with experienced presenters from
the Kensington campus of UNSW as well as
specialist presenters.
For a detailed course outline please visit:
http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses/acoustics/
special_courses__acoustics.html


Professional Education in
Acoustics
Presented by: Acoustics and Vibration Unit
with support of Australian Association
Acoustical Consultants
Distance learning program is available
throughout the year.
Contact Marion Burgess
Email: m.burgess@adfa.edu.au
Ph: 02 6268 8241 or 0402 240 009
Course Aim:
Providing appropriate short courses to meet
the needs of those embarking on a career in
Acoustics. It is primarily aimed at those entering
or who have recently entered the acoustical
consulting field. It will also be of value for
those working in government agencies and
allied organisations needing a fundamental
understanding of acoustics. The program is based
on a similar program that has been offered via
Universities and the UK Institute of Acoustics


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Short courses: one step
closer to a degree.
Many of the short courses offered in this booklet can be used as credit
towards a UNSW postgraduate program in Business, Science, Engineering and
Information Technology.
We offer Masters, Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates with most
coursework programs available by Distance education. If your interest is
research, we also offer PhDs, Master of Philosophy and Masters by research.
Popular programs available in 2011 include:
  • Master of Project Management (new)
  • Master of Arts in Strategy and Security (new)
  • Master of Arts in Military History (new)
  • Master of Business
  • Master of Information Technology
Applications close 20 January 2011
(for semester 1), 20 June 2011 (for semester 2)
and 20 May 2011 (for semester 2 research).
For further information about postgraduate
study at UNSW@ADFA visit:
http://unsw.adfa.edu.au
or contact:
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T: 02 6268 6000
F: 02 6268 8666
E: sas@adfa.edu.au
Cricos Provider Code 00100G
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                                                                               2011 Schedule for Professional Education Courses
                                                                                                                                              AUD$ incl GST
                                                                                                                   Duration   AUD$ incl GST   Defence &           Course Dates 2011          Course Dates 2011
                                      Page     Course Code         Professional Short Course                       (Days)     Course Rate     Commonwealth rate   Semester 1                 Semester 2

                                                                    Communications & Information Systems                                                                                      

                                          6        PEI010           Basic Communications Principles                3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          6        PEI020           Modern Communications Systems                  2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                                                    Satellite Communications                                                                                                  

                                          6        PEI050           Satellite Communications – Overview            1          755             680                 -                          21 November

                                          7        PEI060           Satellite Communications – Intermediate        3          2,265           2,040               -                          21 – 23 November

                                          7        PEI070           Satellite Communications – Advanced            5          3,775           3,400               -                          21 – 25 November

                                                                    Digital Television                                                                                                        

                                          7        PEI080           Digital Television: Technology and Standards   3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          8        PEI090           Digital Television: Advanced Systems           3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                                                    Project Management                                                                                                        

                                          8        PEI012           Introduction to Project Management             3          2,265           2,040               16 – 18 March              25 – 27 July

                                          9        PEI019           Software Project Management                    3          2,265           2,040               -                          26 – 28 September

                                          9        PEB027           Complex IT Project Management                  3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          9        PEB028           Managing Integration Projects                  2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          9        PEB065    new! Agile Project Management                         2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest




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                                                                                                               Duration   AUD$ incl GST   Defence &           Course Dates 2011          Course Dates 2011
                                      Page     Course Code   Professional Short Course                         (Days)     Course Rate     Commonwealth rate   Semester 1                 Semester 2

                                                             Systems Engineering                                                                                                          

                                          10       PEI013    Introduction to Systems Engineering (Canberra)    3          2,265           2,040               21 – 23 March              15 – 17 August

                                          10       PEI013    Introduction to Systems Engineering (Sydney)      3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          10       PEI013    Introduction to Systems Engineering (Melbourne)   3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest




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                                          10       PEI014    Systems Engineering Practice (Canberra)           2          1,510           1,360               24 – 25 March              18 – 19 August

                                          10       PEI014    Systems Engineering Practice (Sydney)             2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          10       PEI014    Systems Engineering Practice (Melbourne)          2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          10       PEI015    Requirements Engineering                          3          2,265           2,040               9 – 11 May                 5 – 7 September

                                                             Systems Thinking                                                                                                             

                                          11       PEI067    Systems Thinking Techniques                       3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          11       PEI022    Systems Dynamics Modelling Practicum              5          3,775           3,400               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          11       PEI035    Introduction to Problem Solving                   2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                                             Enterprise Architecture                                                                                                      

                                          12       PEI069    Introduction to Enterprise Architecture           2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          12       PEI077    Systems Planning                                  2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest




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                                                                             2011 Schedule for Professional Education Courses
                                                                                                                                                   AUD$ incl GST
                                                                                                                        Duration   AUD$ incl GST   Defence &           Course Dates 2011          Course Dates 2011
                                      Page     Course Code          Professional Short Course                           (Days)     Course Rate     Commonwealth rate   Semester 1                 Semester 2

                                                                    Risk Management                                                                                                                

                                          12       PEI016           Introduction to Risk Management                     2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          13       PEI017           Risk and Contract Management                        2          1,510           1,360               12 – 13 May                20 – 21 October
                                                   PEB062           All-Hazard Response Preparedness – Minimising the
                                          13                                                                            2          1,510           1,360               6 – 7 April                7 – 8 September
                                                                    Risk through Exercise Management
                                          13       PEB063           Risk and Resilience Management                      2          1,510           1,360               22 – 23 June               21 – 22 September

                                                                    Logistics & Supply Management                                                                                                  

                                          14       PEB061   new! Logistics Value Chain Strategy                         3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                                                    Leadership                                                                                                                     

                                          14       PEB016           Leadership for Team & Work Group Performance        1          755             680                 #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          14       PEB064   new! Leading People – Leading the Way                       2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                                                    Management                                                                                                                     
                                                                    Strategic Human Resource Management
                                          15       PEB014                                                               1          755             680                 30 May                     19 August
                                                                    & the High Performing Organisation
                                          15       PEI018           Operations Research                                 5          3,775           3,400               2 – 6 May                  -

                                          16       PEI020           Capability Options Analysis                         5          3,775           3,400               20 – 24 June               -

                                          16       PEI038           Modelling the Strategic Space                       5          3,775           3,400               -                          4 – 8 July

                                          16       PEB021           Effective Writing for Managers and Professionals    2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                          16       PEB024           Organisational Analysis and Improvements            2          1,510           1,360               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest




Professional Education Courses 2011
                                                                                                                                                   AUD$ incl GST
                                                                                                                        Duration   AUD$ incl GST   Defence &           Course Dates 2011          Course Dates 2011
                                      Page     Course Code          Professional Short Course                           (Days)     Course Rate     Commonwealth rate   Semester 1                 Semester 2

                                                                    Military Systems                                                                                                               

                                          17       PEI023           Battlefield Digitisation                            3          2,265           2,040               6 – 8 April                -

                                          17       PEI024           Introduction to Electronic Warfare                  3          2,265           2,040               4 – 6 April                -

                                          17       PEI025           Introduction to Radar Systems                       3          2,265           2,040               -                          17 – 19 August




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                                          18       PEI026           Introduction to Guided Weapons                      3          2,265           2,040               2 – 4 May                  -

                                          18       PEI029           Optical Surveillance Systems                        3          2,265           2,040               16 – 18 May                -

                                          18       PEI027           GPS and its Military Application                    2          1,510           1,360               23 – 24 May                -

                                          18       PEI028           Modern Military Navigation Systems                  3          2,265           2,040               23 – 25 May                -

                                          19       PEI036           Aircraft Electronic Systems                         3          2,265           2,040               #Expressions of Interest   #Expressions of Interest

                                                                    Naval Studies                                                                                                                  

                                          19       PEA060           Basics of Naval Architecture                        2          1,510           1,360               15 – 16 June               7 – 8 November

                                          19       PEH016           Introduction of Naval and Maritime Strategy         1          755             680                 -                          15 July

                                                                    Simulation

                                          20       PEI066    new! Simulation Applications                               5          3,775           3,400               9 – 13 May                 -

                                                                    Geographic Information Analysis
                                                                    Principles of Geographic Information Analysis and
                                          20       PEP031                                                               5          3,775           3,400               2 – 6 May                  -
                                                                    Remote Sensing




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                                                                       2011 Schedule for Professional Education Courses
                                                                                                                                         AUD$ incl GST
                                                                                                              Duration   AUD$ incl GST   Defence &           Course Dates 2011             Course Dates 2011
                                      Page   Course Code   Professional Short Course                          (Days)     Course Rate     Commonwealth rate   Semester 1                    Semester 2

                                                           Occupational Health and Safety Courses                                                                                           
                                      21         PEI051    Laser Safety Introductory (Adelaide)               1          755             680                 21 February                   25 July

                                      21         PEI054    laser Safety (Adelaide)                            4          2,800           2,520               #Expressions of Interest      25 – 28 July

                                      21         PEI051    Laser Safety Introductory (Canberra)               1          755             680                 16 May                        12 September

                                      21         PEI054    Laser Safety (Canberra)                            4          2,800           2,520               #Expressions of Interest      #Expressions of Interest

                                      21         PEI051    Laser Safety Introductory (Melbourne)              1          755             680                 28 March                      10 October

                                      21         PEI054    Laser Safety (Melbourne)                           4          2,800           2,520               28 – 31 March                 10 – 13 October

                                      21         PEI051    Laser Safety Introductory (Sydney)                 1          755             680                 27 June                       -

                                      21         PEI054    Laser Safety (Sydney)                              4          2,800           2,520               27 – 30 June                  -

                                      21         PEI054D   Laser Safety Defence Panelled                      TBC        POA             POA                 *Defence Panelled             *Defence Panelled

                                      21         PEP010    Ionising Radiation Protection and Safety Officer   TBC        POA             POA                 *Defence Panelled             *Defence Panelled

                                      22         PEP020    Radio Frequency Radiation Safety Officer (RFRSO)   TBC        POA             POA                 *Defence Panelled             *Defence Panelled

                                      22         PEA010    Occupational Noise Measurement and Assessment      TBC        POA             POA                 **In-house                    **In-house

                                                           Acoustics                                                                                                                        

                                      23         PEA020    Environmental Noise Measurement and Assessment     TBC        POA             POA                 **In-house                    **In-house

                                      23         PEA030    Traffic Noise Measurement and Assessment           TBC        POA             POA                 **In-house                    **In-house

                                      23         PEA040    Basics of Underwater Acoustics                     TBC        POA             POA                 **In-house                    **In-house

                                      24         PEA050    Special Courses in Acoustics                       TBC        POA             POA                 **In-house                    **In-house




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                                      24         PEA095    Professional Education in Acoustics                TBC        POA             POA                 ##Distance learning program   ##Distance learning program
                                      * Defence panelled – describes Defence funded courses where the attendees are approved by Department of Defence
                                      ** In-house – All UNSW Canberra Campus Professional Short Courses are available for in-house delivery at your organisation’s premises. In-house
                                      delivery allows maximum attendance without the additional travel costs. Courses can be tailored to address the specific staff development and
                                      training needs of your organisation. Specific Tailored Short Courses may also be delivered at UNSW Canberra Campus if required.
                                      # Expressions of interest – Please contact the Business Services Unit to register your interest. Ph: (02) 6268 8421 or Email: bsu@adfa.edu.au
                                      ##Distance learning program is available throughout the year. Contact Marion Burgess at the Accoustics and Vibration Unit.
                                      Email: m.burgess@adfa.edu.au or Ph: 02 6268 8241 or 0402 240 009.




http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses
                                      How to Register
                                      To download a registration form go to our website:
                                      http://bsu.unsw.adfa.edu.au/courses
                                      and click on the “Register Now” link.
                                      Please Forward Completed Registration Form to:
                                      Fax:       02 6268 8690
                                      Email:     bsu@adfa.edu.au
                                      Enquiries: 02 6268 8421 or 02 6268 8135
                                      Finance
                                      Enquiries: 02 6268 8135
                                      Mail:      Business Services Unit
                                                 UNSW Canberra Campus
                                                 Room 101, Level 1,
                                                 Administration Building
                                                 Australian Defence Force Academy
                                                 Northcott Drive
                                                 CANBERRA ACT 2600




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Don’t let your brain drain.
Be involved in cutting edge research. Study alongside
high profile academic staff.
Scholarships available.
UNSW Canberra Campus offers postgraduate research
scholarships in the following disciplines:
   • Humanities and Social Sciences
   • Business
   • Aerospace, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and
     Systems Engineering
   • Physical, Environmental and
     Mathematical Sciences
   • Information Technology
If you are considering postgraduate
research, contact the Research
Training Office
on 02 6268 8112 or visit
http://research.unsw.adfa.edu.au
for more information and to learn about
current and emerging research themes.
Applications must be lodged by
January 20 for semester one or
May 20 for semester two.
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