Configuration Management – CMII/IPE Course Fees

Registration Fees for Public Courses

PUBLIC FEES
Course Corporate Government GSA
$1,000
$900
*
$1,000
$900
*
$1,000
$900
*
$1,000
$900
*
$1,000
$900
*
$1,000
$900
*
$1,000
$900
$1,000
$900
$1,000
$900
*
$1,500
$1,350
$1,000
$900
$1,200
$1,080
$1,500
$1,350

Registration Fees for Online Courses

Course
In USA
Outside
$850
$900
$850
$900
$850
$900
$850
$900
$850
$900

Online Course Student Testimonials

CMII-01 “Even though this is only the first course in the series, if I had known just this amount of CMII, I would have been able to solve many issues more easily over the past 25 years.”
CMII-02 “My goal was to learn about structuring and managing requirements. My expectations were exceeded with now what seems to be the common sense approach to success of a company.”
CMII-03 “This was the most challenging course thus far. Where CMII-01 and -02 provided a relatively large amount of the WHY, CMII-03 provided more of the how-to.”
CMII-04 “I have learned that the CMII approach is the smartest and most efficient way to run a business.”

Fees for On-Site Courses in the U.S.

BASE FEES for 10 Students Additional Students
Course Corporate Government GSA Corporate Government
$7,000 $6,300 * $500 ea $450 ea
$7,000 $6,300 * $500 ea $450 ea
$7,000 $6,300 * $500 ea $450 ea
$7,000 $6,300 * $500 ea $450 ea
$7,000 $6,300 * $500 ea $450 ea
$7,000 $6,300 * $500 ea $450 ea
$7,000 $6,300 $500 ea $450 ea
$7,000 $6,300 $500 ea $450 ea
$7,500 $6,750 $600 ea $540 ea

1-hour

$1,000 $900 0 0

4-hour

$2,000 $1,800 0 0

8-hour

$3,000 $2,700 0 0
$3,500 $3,150 $250 ea $225 ea
$12,500 $11,250 * $1,000 ea $900 ea
$10,500 $9,000 $750 ea $675 ea
$7,000 $6,300 $500 ea $450 ea
$9,000 $8,100 $600 ea $540 ea
$10,500 $9,000 $750 ea $675 ea

 

Additional Considerations:

    1. Add travel expenses for ICM instructor.
    2. If only one course (Courses CMII-01 to CMII-08) scheduled per week, add $2,000.
    3. Classroom and refreshments provided by the host organization.
    4. Class size is not to exceed 28 students without special permission.

* The GSA rates for Courses CMII-01 through CMII-06 are based on 20 students, not 10. Go towww.gsaadvantage.gov for more information.

CMII Grads: How to Stay Current

Options for CMII Grads to Refresh their CMII training:

Take CMII-09 Update and Refresher for CMII Grads.

Audit a previously taken course and receive the upgraded materials for $250/course.

Order latest materials on a CD @ $50 per course or $250 for courses CMII-01 through CMII-06.

Contact the Institute of Configuration Management for more information.

Assessment and Consulting Fees

Commercial Government
Daily rate for consulting: $2,400/day $2,160/day
CM Process Assessment (5 days): $12,000 total $10,800 total

 

CMII Courses on GSAFind ICM on GSA

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The CMII/IPE Model: This course describes the CMII approach to integrated process excellence and how to overcome the limitations of traditional CM.
This course focuses on identification and the structuring of physical item hierarchies and linkages. It also describes a 4-tier, 9-step process for developing any type of end-item product.
Change Challenges and Proven Solutions:This course adds the dynamics of change to the process. It describes the key elements of the change process and their complexities. The first section describes the complexities of change management and why it is the backbone of requirements management. The second describes a closed-loop change process and six 1-page forms used to authorize and guide changes through each step.
The CMII Closed-Loop Change Process: This course builds upon the principles developed in CMII-01, -02 and -03 and focuses on the closed-loop and fast-track change process.
Operation, Maintenance and Logistics: This course provides an in-depth review of the O&M phase of the product lifecycle and includes provisions for decommissioning.
CMII Implementation and Application: This course describes how to evaluate your organizational readiness for implementing CMII or perhaps reviving a previous implementation effort. Those with minimal support must proceed slowly. Those will strong support can be more aggressive. A good plan is essential.
How to Achieve Integrated Process Excellence: This course describes how to achieve integrated process excellence and uses intervention resource measurements to monitor progress.
CMII and Integrated Process Automation: This course provides a replay of the key features of the CMII process and associated work flows, but from an automation point-of-view. It includes an in-depth review of the 19 core business processes and their capabilities which are described with 225 operating standards.
Update and Refresher for CMII Grads: This update and refresher course serves to bring our CMII grads up to date and reenergize their crusade to improve their CM process.
Managing the Software Lifecycle with CMII:This course describes how the CMII model for configuration management and integrated process excellence can be applied to software.
Export Control, Security and Governance: This course is not meant to make you a expert in the regulations. The goal of this course is to identify, understand and solve the work flow problems.
CMII to IPE Bootcamp for Management: This course is for executives and upper-level managers. It provides an in-depth review of the CMII/IPE model for process improvement. 
Laboratory for Hands-On CMII/IPE Training: This hands-on course focuses on shifting the paradigms that are most important and also most challenging to those implementing CMII and IPE.  
The CMII/IPE Model: This course describes the CMII approach to integrated process excellence and how to overcome the limitations of traditional CM.
This course focuses on identification and the structuring of physical item hierarchies and linkages. It also describes a 4-tier, 9-step process for developing any type of end-item product.
Change Challenges and Proven Solutions:This course adds the dynamics of change to the process. It describes the key elements of the change process and their complexities. The first section describes the complexities of change management and why it is the backbone of requirements management. The second describes a closed-loop change process and six 1-page forms used to authorize and guide changes through each step.
The CMII Closed-Loop Change Process: This course builds upon the principles developed in CMII-01, -02 and -03 and focuses on the closed-loop and fast-track change process.
Operation, Maintenance and Logistics: This course provides an in-depth review of the O&M phase of the product lifecycle and includes provisions for decommissioning.
The CMII/IPE Model: This course describes the CMII approach to integrated process excellence and how to overcome the limitations of traditional CM.
This course focuses on identification and the structuring of physical item hierarchies and linkages. It also describes a 4-tier, 9-step process for developing any type of end-item product.
Change Challenges and Proven Solutions:This course adds the dynamics of change to the process. It describes the key elements of the change process and their complexities. The first section describes the complexities of change management and why it is the backbone of requirements management. The second describes a closed-loop change process and six 1-page forms used to authorize and guide changes through each step.
The CMII Closed-Loop Change Process: This course builds upon the principles developed in CMII-01, -02 and -03 and focuses on the closed-loop and fast-track change process.
Operation, Maintenance and Logistics: This course provides an in-depth review of the O&M phase of the product lifecycle and includes provisions for decommissioning.
CMII Implementation and Application: This course describes how to evaluate your organizational readiness for implementing CMII or perhaps reviving a previous implementation effort. Those with minimal support must proceed slowly. Those will strong support can be more aggressive. A good plan is essential.
How to Achieve Integrated Process Excellence: This course describes how to achieve integrated process excellence and uses intervention resource measurements to monitor progress.
CMII and Integrated Process Automation: This course provides a replay of the key features of the CMII process and associated work flows, but from an automation point-of-view. It includes an in-depth review of the 19 core business processes and their capabilities which are described with 225 operating standards.
Update and Refresher for CMII Grads: This update and refresher course serves to bring our CMII grads up to date and reenergize their crusade to improve their CM process.
From CM to CMII / IPE for Executives: This course describes the transition from CM, to CMII, to IPE and why it represents the wave of the future.
Configuration Management & the CMII Model: In this five day course students learn why most organizations spend over 40% of their resources on corrective action and why the root causes reside in the configuration management domain.
CMII/IPE Principles and Tailored Application: This course is for process users, not owners. Those responsible for process improvement should take the full certification series.
Managing the Software Lifecycle with CMII:This course describes how the CMII model for configuration management and integrated process excellence can be applied to software.
Export Control, Security and Governance: This course is not meant to make you a expert in the regulations. The goal of this course is to identify, understand and solve the work flow problems.
CMII to IPE Bootcamp for Management: This course is for executives and upper-level managers. It provides an in-depth review of the CMII/IPE model for process improvement. 
Laboratory for Hands-On CMII/IPE Training: This hands-on course focuses on shifting the paradigms that are most important and also most challenging to those implementing CMII and IPE.