IPSR nursed a five-point lead at 50-45 at the end of the third period.
Meantime, Elite B2 claimed its first win in give games at the expense of IPSR B 88-78, while Al Taj B suffered its first defeat at the hands of Palm Crest B 86-78.
Regulation period ended 78-all but IPSR
poured it on in the extra five-minute period to pull out the win.
Taj B's second game of the week was likewise a walk in the park, 90-65 over IPSR B.
Friday morning games results: Group A -- FGPIS (Future Generation) beat RIS-A (Riyadh International) 86-66, Elite A beat IPSR-A (International Philippine School) 79-75 Group B -- PCBL (Palm Crest) beat RIS-B 80-76, Al-Taj-B beat IPSR B 90-65 Selected scores: Al Taj A (75) R.
Coded as IPSR-OL in the DISAM catalog, this course was designed to replicate, both in length and scope, the two-day IPSR course which is taught both in residence at DISAM and as on-site instruction on US government and industry facilities through out the world.
Instruct the 2-day IPSR course eight times annually, including six on-sites at Department of Defense or contractor locations.
Manage the IPS contract to instruct both the 5-day and 2-day IPSR courses approximately 22 times a year.
Now that you know you are in a position that requires your attendance at an IPS course, you want to know "what course is right for me -- SAM-C, SAM-O, IPSR 2-Day Course, or the IPSR 5-Day Course"?
You should attend the IPSR 5-Day Course if you are a DoD or other government employee or defense contractor who has "hands-on" involvement in international programs, such as negotiating, managing, executing, or otherwise directly participating in international government or commercial programs (foreign military sales, cooperative research and development, commercial sales, license application review, systems acquisition, foreign contracting, foreign disclosure, international visits and personnel exchanges, program protection, or industrial security).
You should attend the IPSR 2-Day (Short) Course if you are a management-level person or other government or contractor person whose job does not require the depth of instruction presented in the IPSR 5-Day (Long) Course.