Training

OWC offers a variety of curriculum which is easily tailored to our clients specific requirements. Our courses are taught by experts who use real life scenarios and encourage discussion throughout the class.

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Course Duration: 3 Days
Course Description:

Provides a Top Down approach to the entire U.S. Security Cooperation process. Security Cooperation is closely coupled with U.S. Foreign Policy, this introductory course examines current U.S. foreign policy by analyzing the Executive Level government organizations that directly influence foreign policy, laws that grant Executive authority, and the documents developed to guide and execute Security Cooperation programs. Security Cooperation programs focus on the export of U.S. defense articles, services, and training to friendly foreign entities; therefore, the export of these items is closely monitored and regulated by the U.S. Government. Security and disclosure organizations and laws guiding exports are defined and reviewed so that these critical areas can be successfully executed.

Security Cooperation programs encompass Security Assistance and Foreign Military Sales as well as other programs defined by U.S. law and managed by many U.S. Government organizations. This overview of the programs that are covered by Security Cooperation describes the range of options available by law to provide U.S. defense articles, services, and training. The direct implementing agencies of Security Cooperation programs are the Department of Defense and Department of State.

Course Duration: 2 Days
Course Description:

Provides an in-depth review of the organizations and laws that guide the U.S. Security Cooperation process and delves into the specific roles and responsibilities of these organizations within Security Cooperation programs. Security and disclosure organizations and laws guiding exports are defined and reviewed so that these critical areas can be successfully executed. Security Assistance and Foreign Military Sales as well as other programs defined by U.S. law and managed by many U.S. Government organizations, will also be reviewed. The direct implementing agencies of Security Cooperation programs are the Department of Defense and Department of State. Reviewing these organizations and their guiding documentation will provide insight into the coordination required to successfully execute Security Cooperation programs.

Course Duration: 1 Day
Course Description:

Provides an intense overview of the Security Cooperation process, organizations, guiding documentation, and laws. Some familiarity with the U.S Government and Security Cooperation is recommended. This course will also outline the Security Assistance and Foreign Military Sales programs and processes.

Course Duration: Executive Level – 3 hrs
Course Description:

Provides an executive level review of Security Cooperation, highlighting the type of programs available and avenues of funding associated with each of them. Looks across Department of State and Department of Defense.

Course Duration: 2 Days
Course Description:

Provides in-depth details of the entire FMS process from Pre-Letter of Request (LOR) through Case Closure; depth of the material is customized for the audience. Details of processes and organizations involved in each phase will be examined and discussed. Since U.S. military services handle the FMS process slightly differently, steps within the process will be addressed in a more general way to ensure optimum understanding of the FMS process and then, if desired , this course can be customized to address a specific branch of the U.S. Military.  This class will address the differences between FMS, Direct Commercial Sales (DCS), and Building Partnership Capacity (BPC) or “Pseudo” cases.

Course Duration: 1 Day
Course Description:

Provides an intense overview of the Foreign Military Sales process and the organizational and legal touch-points in the process.

Course Duration: Executive Level – 3 hrs
Course Description:

Provides an executive level review of Foreign Military Sales, focusing on the Purpose, Process, and Product of each phase of the FMS Process: Pre-Letter of Request (Pre-LOR), Letter of Request (LOR), Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA), Case Execution, and Case Closure.

Course Duration: 1 Day
Course Description:

Provides a current-day assessment of U.S. Foreign Policy and the strategies as they relate to Security Cooperation and international programs. Specific Regional analysis and results can be integrated into this one-day course upon request.

Course Duration: Executive Level – 3 hrs
Course Description:

Provides a snapshot of current U.S. Foreign Policy and regional concerns meant to provide leadership with up-to-date decision making information.

Course Duration: 2 Days
Course Description:

Taught by proven leaders form the Military and Industry, an intense discussion on Core values, Guiding Principles and Ethics (case studies highlighting individual decision making, risk and consequences of choices with respect to individual and organizational accountability)/Communication (challenges of communicating a message to internal and external audiences)/Decision Making (assessment, examining alternatives, problem solving and risk management) and a 360 degree evaluation (what are an individual’s strengths/weaknesses and leadership style).

Also addressing, Team Building (building effective teams and working with geographically distributed teams)/Innovation and Strategic Transformation (challenges of implementing change and new ideas…expected barriers)/ Mentoring Direct Reports (mentoring and development of direct reports…performance assessments and feedback) and utilizing Capstone Case Study (leadership case studies with real world examples to incorporate all learning objectives).

Course Duration: 1 Day
Course Description:

Taught by proven leaders form the Military and Industry, an intense discussion on Core values, Guiding Principles and Ethics (case studies highlighting individual decision making, risk and consequences of choices with respect to individual and organizational accountability)/Communication (challenges of communicating a message to internal and external audiences)/Decision Making (assessment, examining alternatives, problem solving and risk management)

Course Duration: 2 Days
Course Description:

Provides an introduction to many of the essential elements of the U.S. Munitions List exporting process, but with special emphasis on the U.S. Government’s foreign disclosure process — a process that directly sets the policies and boundaries for the export of defense articles and services. The overall objective of this course is to enhance the exporting system within your company so that your license applications are processed faster, license limitations (“provisos”) are minimized, and export violations are eliminated

Course Duration: 1 Day
Course Description:

Provides a close review of the essential elements of the U.S. Munitions List exporting process, with emphasis on the the role and responsibilities of the business seeking to export their products.

Course Duration: Executive Level – 3 hrs
Course Description:

Provides an executive level review of the Export Process, focusing on the laws, policies, and processes which businesses will encounter when seeking approval to export their products.