Earned Value Management - Program Control Challenges & Solutions

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Event Date
Start At : Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 9:00am
End At : Friday, April 25, 2014 - 5:00pm

Earned Value Management - Program Control Challenges & Solutions

Project Management Training Seminar
Presented by Northern Virginia Community College Workforce Development
A PMIWDC Strategic Partner

  • Register online; or
  • Register by phone at 703-450-2551
    Reference course code BUSC 1613 70L

Please register early if you would like to attend.
This seminar series is extremely popular, and often sells out weeks in advance.


This seminar provides 14 PDUs for certified PMs.

Dates and Location

Thursday and Friday,
April 24 and 25, 2014

Course Length: 14 hours – from 9:00am – 5:00pm
Providing 14 PDUs

NOVA Reston Center
Room 309
1831 Wiehle Ave.
Reston, Virginia 20190

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Registration and Costs

$785 per person

Register online or by phone at calling 703-450-2551. Reference course code BUSC 1613 70L

About the Course

Course Description:

Earned Value Management is an effective and vital tool for the monitoring and control of a project, program, or portfolio.  This tool enables effective risk management by providing actual cost and schedule performance relative to scope and provides predictive measurements that can allow for early course correction to facilitate the successful completion of the project.

Through lecture, discussion, and activities, participants will expand their expertise in the following areas:

  • Earned Value Theory: what is the basis of EVM and the efficacy of the tool
  • Earned Value definitions, terminology, methods, and formulas
  • Implementing Earned Value Management in a Project, Program, or Portfolio
  • Earned Value Reporting
  • Program Office Roles and Responsibilities in implementing and using EVM
  • Earned Value Management in alternative environments i.e. non monetized work packages, Scrum, etc.

By the end of this workshop, participants will have the information and resources they need to contribute to and Earned Value Management practice and evaluate Earned Value Data.  Additionally, they will be able to implement and utilize EVM techniques even in environments where full EVM reporting is not traditionally applied.

About the Instructor

Andrew Bennett, PMP

Andrew Bennett, co founder of Org-Eng and multiple technology startups has over 15 years of leadership experience in a wide variety of fields including Photonics Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Casino Gaming, Health Care, and Commercial Banking. Andrew’s primary expertise is developing and leading high performance teams.

Andrew began his career as an entrepreneur and construction project manager while working himself through school. On completion of his bachelor’s degree he began his career as a photonic scientist for a very small tech company. It was there that he first gained experience in manufacturing engineering, software development, process engineering, and quality assurance. Since then, Andrew has managed portfolio’s and programs that were larger than $120M and lead the agile transformation of several organizations.

Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from James Madison University and an MBA from George Washington University.


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