When entities such as the DCMA decline to certify a clients Earned Value Management Systems or furnish corrective actions on existing systems, the staff lack of familiarity with Earned Value methods is typically cited as the leading cause.
Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
The introduction of this new delivery format will allow Ten Six to serve a much wider audience than it could previously, which was restricted by geography. The online format, with a live instructor, can accommodate time differences across the USA with separate sessions for clients in other countries.
This class provides all the essential tools and knowledge that participants will need to fully understand Earned Value methods. The topics of this class have been organized into a tried and tested format that unravels the mysteries of Earned Value Management in a way that can be easily understood and absorbed.
"Our new online format covers the same material as our classroom courses allowing yet more choice on how our clients can receive EVMS training from Ten Six,” said Emily Foster, Director of Marketing. "One area that many organizations have difficulty with when attempting government certification of their EVMS, is their staff. When entities such as the DCMA decline to certify their Earned Value Management Systems or furnish corrective actions on existing systems, the staff lack of familiarity with Earned Value methods is typically cited as the leading cause. Our EVMS classes are designed to fill this gap."
Learn more about this new delivery format here http://www.tensixconsulting.com/evms-on-line-training-with-live-instructor/
This month offers an immediate opportunity to attend one of these classes. These two dates listed are designed to coincide with the government’s end of year.
- September 18-20
- September 25-27
The Ten Six training team are seasoned veterans in deploying Earned Value Management Systems and have trained thousands of people in EV techniques. "The trainer leading our September classes has over 25 years experience in helping clients deploy and improve their EVMS within the government contracting community,” says Foster. “This enables us to put all the theory into practical context, allowing the attendees to immediately apply the lessons learned in class to the real world.”
For more details about this and other services offered by Ten Six Consulting, visit http://www.tensixconsulting.com/