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With the support of our new on-line learning partner, VCampus, we are proud to offer you virtual courses to support the NCMA Certification Program. On-line learning is a flexible, affordable, and effective way to meet your continuing education needs!

General Business Module Prep Course

This curriculum covers the General Business Contract Management Body of Knowledge (CMBOK) and prepares candidates for the General Business Module of the NCMA Certification Program.

This course is available in curriculum bundles only, with each curriculum bundle corresponding to a specific portion of the General Business CMBOK.

Curriculum Bundles                  Member  Nonmember

Management (20 CEUs)                $125    $175
Marketing (16 CEUs)                 $125    $175
Operations Management (20 CEUs)     $125    $175
Finance (15 CEUs)                   $175    $225
Accounting and Economics (24 CEUs)  $175    $225
Quantitative Methods (10 CEUs)       $75    $125

Completion of these courses earns Continuing Education Units (CEUs), which can be used toward satisfying the continuing professional education requirements for certification or re-certification.

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Visit us online at www.vcampus.com/ncma/index.html for further information and registration.

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Federal Module Prep Course

This course covers the Federal Contract Management Body of Knowledge (CMBOK) and prepares candidates for the Federal Module of the NCMA Certification Program. $350 (Member)/$450 (Nonmember)

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Register today and receive $85 off.

Use coupon code NCMAnewsDEC2005 when registering.

Offer ends December 31, 2005.

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Commercial Module Prep Course

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