This course introduces students to the basic components of managing projects using earned value management principles.


    Target Audience

    Anyone who is interested in understanding what Earned Value Management (EVM) is and how to use it to measure program performance. This is an introductory course, and not intended for those who need to implement or operate an EIA 748 compliant system. 


    Learning Objectives

    Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    • Recognize the basic principles and terms used in EVM
    • Understand the components of a Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB), including critical path schedule and time-phrased resource plan
    • Perform basic EV performance calculations and understand how these metrics are used to manage a program


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    Course Logistics

    Duration: 1 Day

    Delivery: In person, instructor lead

    (PC's are not required)

    Class Size: Up to 15 students

    Prerequisites: None


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    “I found the discussions on applicability of EVM processes specific to our work to be most valuable."

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