Courses incorporate Agile methodologies to help you build an in-depth understanding of contract law, federal and commercial law, procurement processes and best practices.
Contract management plays a vital role in every organization, including government, creating an increasingly competitive and fast-paced business and economic environment. It's a critical discipline employed by both buyers and sellers who must manage customer and supplier expectations and relationships, control risk and cost, and contribute to organizational profitability and success.
Mastering this vital discipline and earning professional certification can help contract management professionals stand out among the competition. It can also help you prepare for certification from the NCMA (National Contract Management Association). According to the many professionals with this certification, certified contract management professionals earn an average of $13,000 more per year than their non-certified counterparts and earn an average salary of over $100,000!
This prestigious credential not only demonstrates your commitment to continuing education, but it can help prepare you to obtain these industry certifications:
Certified Commercial Contract Manager (CCCM) - Validates your understanding of the practice of contract management in the commercial environment.
Certified Professional Contract Manager (CPCM) - Demonstrates that you understand all facets of contract management in the commercial and government sectors.
Certified Federal Contract Manager (CFCM) – Shows that you are knowledgeable about the government regulatory environment and capable of executing its tenets.
VA Benefit Eligibility: Visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Web Enabled Approval Management System (WEAMS) to view which programs of study or courses are currently certified. Benefit certification depends upon your VA determined eligibility, enrollment status and certified program of study.