Working Group Name Additive Manufacturing Workshop Outbrief Day 1
2019 Additive Manufacturing Workshop Workforce Development Co Leads: Michael Britt-Crane Jim Davis 1 Workforce Development Working Group Engineering And Design Full Workforce Working Group Acquisition Professionals
Full Workforce Working Group - Technicians - AM Users - Military Users - Define workforce Segmentation - Identify Topics - Identify roles, tasks, & KSAs - Map KSAs to training - Identify commonalities, gaps, and priorities - Identify actions 2
Taxonomy - Tasks e.g. print part, qualify part - Job roles e.g. maintenance tech., design engr., operation tech., production engr. - KSA Knowledge, skills, & abilities required for a given job role. (Competencies) - Occupation Comprising one or more job roles - Segment Broad categorization of AM WF 3 Outputs Refined list of 38 AM and AM relevant tasks and knowledge areas 4 Task categories aligned to technical roadmap: Design, Process, Supply, Material 3 defined AM workforce Segments: Engineering, AM Users, Acquisition Professionals 8 Engineering and AM user job roles Up to 12 Acquisition career fields
Discussion of ongoing DoD AM training & education Discussion of Outreach: executive and general population approach First cut at characterizing training needs for each job role 4 Engineering Workforce Engineering, Design, and S&T Engineers in the acquisition world that are not business ops professionals Civilian and Uniform Job Roles Design Engineer Production Support Engineer: Shop floor, machine operation oversite Process: Production process design and prove out, producibility (machine specific) Test & Evaluation: DT, NDT, Qual./Cert., etc. (does QA belong?) 5
Engineering Courses Basic DFA & Printer Use DFA, Reverse engineering, Machine capabilities, Troubleshooting parts Level 1 (2-3 days) Level 2 (1 week ) Troubleshooting, Advanced Use, & Basic Maintenance Deep on troubleshooting and use (machine specific) AM Materials Material and process specific (starting with machine specific Tied directly to material characterization Detect defects NDE Part Screening and Selection (triage)
Advanced DFA Topology optimization Simulation, FEA Advanced DFA software 6 Engineering Course Mapping Design Engineers Basic DFA & Printer Use (Level 2) Part Screening and Selection (triage) Advanced DFA Production Process Engineers (Future) Basic DFA & Printer Use (Level 2) Troubleshooting, Advanced Use, and Basic Maintenance
Production Support Engineers Basic DFA & Printer Use (Level 2) Troubleshooting, Advanced Use, and Basic Maintenance Test & Evaluation Basic DFA & Printer Use (Level 1) AM Materials 7 AM Users and Tactical Applications 1. Industrial Technician trained technical users 2. Military Technician depot, allied trade (machinists, welders, etc.) 3. General Users anyone with no prior technical experience/AM experience Technicians within the acquisition supply chain and users outside the conventional supply chain 8
Acquisition Workforce The Defense Acquisition workforce is responsible for the development of DoD systems. There are 15 functional areas to include military and civilian, program managers, systems engineers, logisticians, cost estimates, contract officers, finance, and many more. Cost, schedule, performance It could be cheaper It could have higher or lower reliability Impact of non-availability Job Roles Driven by Title 10 Chapter 87 9 Acquisition Professionals Co
mm un ica tio n Str ate g y AM 101 - Work with DoD SMEs in assessing commercially available courseware (multiple delivery modes) to identify single vender that covers the foundational knowledge of AM. Learning will be provided to all acquisition professionals. AM 101
CAREER FIELDS Work with the functional leads to identify knowledge requirements unique to their career field, determine best mode of delivery, build content Learning specific to needs of impacted career fields Auditing Business-CE Business-FM Program Management COMMUNICATION STRATEGY To build awareness of learning availability as well as other supporting materials Science and Technology
Manager Engineering Test & Evaluation Contracting Life Cycle Logistics Production, Quality & Manufacturing Backup 11
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