NATO Codification System NCB College AC/135 Codification Training

Course for Managers and Logisticians

Course for Codifiers



The NATO Allied Committee 135 governs accredited training on the NATO Codification System.
Future courses are being developed and will be announced through the AC/135 official website.
Thank you!


The course is addressed to managers of logistics organizations concerned with materiel data, administrators of codification bureaus and logistics experts involved in codification data exchanges either nationally or internationally.

Partnership Cooperation Menu 2017 ref: IS/DI.1281
Maximum numbers of students: 20
Duration: 9 - 13 October 2017
Language: English


Registration Fees

Government: 350 €
Non-Government: 1050 €

Course Agenda

  • History of the NCS
  • NCS Overview
  • Codification and NATO Strategy
  • NCS Management and National Responsibilities
  • NCS and Non-NATO Countries
  • Codification Publications, Tools, Products, and Information
  • Item Codification Theory
  • Item Codification hands-on
  • Codification Quality

This course demistifies codification procedures and teaches how to apply them in realization of codification tasks. The theory of codification concepts is being explained and illustrated with practical cases of codification. The course provides comprehensive extension to the NCS course for Managers and Logisticians.

Partnership Cooperation Menu 2017 ref: IS/DI.1281
Maximum numbers of students: 20
Duration: 16 - 27 October 2017
Language: English


Registration Fees

Government: 700 €
Non-Government: 2100 €

Course Agenda

  • History of the NCS
  • NCS Overview
  • Codification Publications, Tools, Products, and Information
  • International Operations and Data Exchange
  • Technology and the Future of Codification
  • Provisioning
  • Item Codification Theory and Practical Application
  • Advanced Item Codification hands-on
  • Codification Quality

Codification touches virtually every area of the supply chain and courses will deal with fundamental issues such as identifying material correctly. Being able to communicate a common language of logistics is really the bedrock of working together either within Armed Forces or in the multinational operations.

The purpose of the NCB College is to provide a comprehensive education about NATO codification and how it fits into the overall logistics process. It is comprised of two units, the NCB Course for Managers and Logisticians, and the NCB Course for Codifiers.

Course for Managers and Logisticians Agenda

  • History of the NCS
  • NCS Overview
  • Codification and NATO Strategy
  • NCS Management and National Responsibilities
  • NCS and Non-NATO Countries
  • Codification Publications, Tools, Products, and Information
  • Item Codification Theory
  • Item Codification hands-on
  • Codification Quality

Course for Codifiers Agenda

  • History of the NCS
  • NCS Overview
  • Codification Publications, Tools, Products, and Information
  • International Operations and Data Exchange
  • Technology and the Future of Codification
  • Provisioning
  • Item Codification Theory and Practical Application
  • Advanced Item Codification hands-on
  • Codification Quality
Please note! A detailed lesson program is being prepared.

NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) is a customer-funded agency, operating on a no profit - no loss basis. NSPA brings together in a single organization NATO's logistics and procurement support activities, providing integrated multinational support solutions for its stakeholders. In 2015, the NATO North Atlantic Council (NAC) approved changes to the Charter, marking the expansion of the Agency's capability scope and the inclusion of major, multi-national weapons system acquisition in our broad capability set.

Over the years, the Agency has expanded greatly its capability portfolio, creating competency in 5 main capability areas; Support to Operations and Exercises, Systems Procurement and Life-Cycle Management, Fuel Management, Strategic Transport and Storage, and Logistics Services and Project Management.

NATO Support and Procurement Agency NSPA
11 rue de la Gare
L-8325 Capellen
Luxembourg
www.nspa.nato.int

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Ibis Style Luxembourg Center Gare
30 rue Joseph Junk
L-1839 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Go to Ibis Style Luxembourg Center Gare Website

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Course for Logisticians and Managers 9 – 13 October 2017

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Course for Codifiers 16 – 27 October 2017

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Please select the appropriate link and password according to the course that you desire to register. The rates are per room and per night, including buffet breakfast and wireless Internet access, services and taxes. The daily transportation will be provided from the recommended hotel to NSPA and return.

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Address
Secretary AC135 NATO Codification
NSPA LB-LC

11, rue de la Gare
L-8325 Capellen
G.-D. Luxembourg


Email
ac135secretary@nspa.nato.int

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