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June 2022

630.44 Project Management Professional (PMP)®

June 27 - July 1
$2,995.00

The PMP Credential, issued by the Project Management Institute, demonstrates your project management knowledge and opens new doors for your career.

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July 2022

510.44 Modeling Techniques for the Business Analyst

July 4 - July 7
$2,100.00

This course provides Business Analysts hands-on experience developing and interpreting many IIBA compliant models of system development.

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July 2022

850.29 NCSP® Foundation

July 11
$995.00

NIST CSF Foundation training courses outline cybersecurity challenges and explain how organizations implementing NCSF programs can mitigate these challenges

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July 2022

870.28 NCSP® Bootcamp

July 11 - July 15
$3,995.00

This APMG accredited training program is targeted at IT and Cybersecurity professionals looking to become certified on how to operationalize the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NCSF) across an enterprise and its supply chain. The NCSF Practitioner program teaches the knowledge to prepare for the NCSF Practitioner exam plus the skills and abilities to design, build, test, manage and improve a cybersecurity program based on the NCSF. For further details please see the course page.   Contact Deep Creek Center with any…

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July 2022

860.18 NCSP® Practitioner

July 12 - July 15
$3,295.00

**This course requires a NIST Foundation Certification before sitting the NCSP®  NIST Practitioner exam.** In response to the accelerating set of security risks and threats to critical infrastructure sectors, the US Government’s National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) was directed to create a cybersecurity framework (CSF) for public and private organizations to use to assess their security practices and controls and to support continual improvement. The NIST cybersecurity framework (CSF) was published in 2014 and critical infrastructure sectors are expected to…

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July 2022

540.41 Effective Methods of Software Testing Workshop

July 13 - July 15
$1,400.00

Proactive Testing™ applies strategies and techniques that better spot risks, defects, and errors earlier. Cutting developers’ time, effort, and aggravation.

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August 2022

520.43 Software Quality Assurance

August 1 - August 3
$2,100.00

Software Quality Assurance Proactive SQA™ is a key basis of significant value-enhancing revisions to IEEE SQA Std. 730’s often-resisted “traffic cop” enforcement of procedural compliance. SQA also addresses but is not synonymous with tail-end quality control (QC) testing, catching errors right before they go out the door when they are too expensive and risky to fix. Effective systems organizations realize SQA can and should do far more, contributing proactively to assure the software process in fact does the right things…

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August 2022

850.30 NCSP® Foundation

August 8
$995.00

NIST CSF Foundation training courses outline cybersecurity challenges and explain how organizations implementing NCSF programs can mitigate these challenges

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August 2022

870.29 NCSP® Bootcamp

August 8 - August 12
$3,995.00

This APMG accredited training program is targeted at IT and Cybersecurity professionals looking to become certified on how to operationalize the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NCSF) across an enterprise and its supply chain. The NCSF Practitioner program teaches the knowledge to prepare for the NCSF Practitioner exam plus the skills and abilities to design, build, test, manage and improve a cybersecurity program based on the NCSF. For further details please see the course page.   Contact Deep Creek Center with any…

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August 2022

860.19 NCSP® Practitioner

August 9 - August 12
$3,295.00

**This course requires a NIST Foundation Certification before sitting the NCSP®  NIST Practitioner exam.** In response to the accelerating set of security risks and threats to critical infrastructure sectors, the US Government’s National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) was directed to create a cybersecurity framework (CSF) for public and private organizations to use to assess their security practices and controls and to support continual improvement. The NIST cybersecurity framework (CSF) was published in 2014 and critical infrastructure sectors are…

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