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Back Course Development and On-Site Instruction for Interacting Intro to Social Network Analysis (SNA)
|Division||Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
|Investigator(s)||Everton, Sean F.|
|Sponsor||Naval Education Training Security Assistance Field Activity (Navy)|
P319008: Training dates May 4 to 15, 2015
The Mobile International Defense Management Course (MIDMC) is suitable for professionals concerned with the economic, efficient and effective allocation and use of scarce defense resources in today's complex and uncertain security environment. Participants normally come from a broad spectrum of fields, to include logistics, operations, personnel, acquisition, financial management, program management, planning, engineering, and program evaluation. This course is designed for military officers rank O-4 to O-6 and equivalent civilian officials.
Attendees will receive Level 2 certification that introduces them to intermediate-level SNA theory and analytical techniques. Level 2 certification, like Level 1 certification, is largely driven by a series of hands-on labs and exercises; however, this course exposes participants to more advanced SNA theory and to intermediate SNA techniques in ORA, including introductions to longitudinal network analysis and fusing relational and geospatial data. More importantly, participants are encouraged to bring their own dataset and they are required to complete a final product by the end of the training in order to receive Level 2 certification. At the end of the training, attendees will have a firm grasp of introductory to intermediate SNA theory and techniques.
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