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FAC-P/PM Training

ESI’s FAC-P/PM training courses cover each of the three certification levels, and take an integrated project team approach to acquisition and program management. Our courses have received the Federal Acquisition Institute’s (FAI) approval rating of five out of five across the board.

Note:  All publicly available courses are also available at client locations. Courses that are designated as On Site Only are only available at client locations.

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Open enrollment or on site delivery is available through our GSA Federal Supply Schedule GS-02F-0058P contracts.

  • Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 112)

    Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers introduces participants to federal acquisition as it pertains to project management. It covers the contracting process from requirements development to administration and closeout, including managing performance-based service agreements.

  • Advanced Earned Value for Federal Project Managers (FPM 313)

    Advanced Earned Value for Federal Government Project Managers helps you direct and manage EVM implementation across the program lifecycle and build up extensive EVM capabilities to be applied to large, complex projects/programs.

  • Applied Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 212)

    This course provides the opportunity to apply acquisition methodologies and to understand various contract types. The course details statements of work (SOW), statement of objectives (SOO), and the Independent Government Estimate (IGE).

  • Applied Earned Value Management for Federal Government Projects (FPM 213)

    This course emphasizes the processes and tools used associated with EVM as they apply to federal acquisition management in the cost contract environment. Participants will learn to follow key policies, regulations, and guidelines governing a performance management system.

  • Applied Project Management for the Federal Government (FPM 211)

    Applied Project Management for the Federal Government reviews foundational project management concepts, tools, and techniques used by federal government project managers and addresses the unique challenges of IT projects. It covers each phase of the IT project life cycle, discussing the activities performed, as well as the roles and responsibilities of the project manager and team.

  • FAC-P/PM Entry Level Capstone Course (FPM 115)

    Participants will synthesize the skills they have learned in training and through their work experience to develop a complete
    picture of managing projects for the federal government. Participants will participate in discussion and evaluation of project manager roles and responsibilities, leading projects, contract management, requirements preparation, issuing solicitations, and source selection.

  • FAC-P/PM Mid-Level Capstone Course (FPM 215)

    Participants recall federal programs and project roles and responsibilities through subject matter expert facilitated discussions that relate program and project management life cycle to acquisition life cycle.

  • FAC-P/PM Senior Level Capstone (FPM 315)

    The Senior-Level Capstone Course provides you with immersive exercises designed to integrate and reinforce the full spectrum of leadership and supervisory knowledge and skills acquired in earlier courses.

  • Leading Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 314)

    Leading Federal Government Project Managers helps you take a nimble approach to leading project managers, managing direct reports, and managing the expectations of senior audiences.

  • Leading Federal Government Projects II (FPM 214)

    Leading Federal Government Projects II uses various tools and techniques to ensure participants will continue to apply leadership principles learned in the classroom, in the workplace.

  • Leading Federal Government Projects (FPM 114)

    Leading Federal Government Projects introduces best practices and concepts in leading/influencing federal government project teams.

  • Managing Federal Government Projects (FPM 111)

    Managing Federal Government Projects is an introduction to the life cycle of federal government projects. Participants will leave this course with knowledge of the project life cycle; core management skills for managing projects; the process for gathering, testing, and validating requirements for a project; acquisition for federal government projects; how to manage project risk; and best practices for leading projects.

  • Program Management for the Federal Government (FPM 311)

    Developed specifically for government organizations, Program Management for the Federal Government lays the foundational knowledge and skills to implement essential activities throughout the lifecycle of a typical government program.

  • Scheduling and Cost Control for Federal Government Projects

    Scheduling and Cost Control for Federal Government Projects is an introduction to scheduling resources and controlling costs on federal government projects. This course provides an overview of techniques for cost estimating, forecasting, and budgeting. The course also covers the value of earned value management in monitoring and controlling a project and how to interpret the earned-value data.

  • Advanced Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 312)

    Advanced Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers provides leaders of an integrated program team with in-depth knowledge of the acquisition process, team members’ roles and responsibilities within that process, and various acquisition methodologies, in particular performance-based acquisition.

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