CMPIC certification courses 6 and 10

CMPIC stands for Configuration Management Process Improvement Center (CMPIC LLC), and provides certification and training in configuration management (CM) to those who need a thorough understanding of configuration management, process improvement, error reduction, implementation options, and the latest CM standards & requirements. CMPIC courses teach CM in accordance with current, internationally accepted and DoD adopted, industry standards.

The CM Certification series provides a solid foundation in configuration management to all those who need a thorough understanding of configuration management principles, processes, tools, workflows, and how to achieve integration to provide an effective and efficient enterprise.

Bertrandt Systems & Consulting GmbH (formerly usb) is the European training center of CMPIC and offers courses 6 and 10 in English language.

Duration: in total 5 days. Both courses are taking place in one week and can be booked either together or separately (2.5 days each).

The current schedule, prices and an online registration can be found at our partner Bertrandt Academy, see here: course 6 / course 10 oder simply write an E-Mail to Info@usb-muc.de.

Course 6: Configuration Management Standard SAE EIA-649-C
SAE EIA-649, Standard for Configuration Management, is perhaps the most widely accepted Configuration Management (CM) standard in use today. The standard applies to commercial as well as government organizations. The standard offers valuable advice on requirements for achieving successful CM implementations. Its authors come from various commercial and government backgrounds and are experts in the field of CM. This course will explain the logic and meaning behind the various EIA-649 principles, and offer options for implementation approaches and how best to apply the standard in various environments.

Course 10: CM Requirements for Defense Contracts SAE EIA-649-1
SAE EIA-649-1 defines requirements for a Defense enterprise implementation of EIA-649 in an acquirer/supplier contractual relationship. These requirements are intended to be tailored by the acquirer and cited in contracts, or similar agreements, with Suppliers to establish requirements for Configuration Management tasks consistent with ANSI/EIA-649 and each of its functions and principles. This standard applies to commercial as well as government organizations. It offers valuable advice on requirements for achieving successful CM implementations. Its authors come from various commercial and government backgrounds and are experts in the field of CM.