ThisThis certified DAU-equivalent course is specifically designed for Contracting Officer's Representatives (CORs) who are responsible for assuring that contractors are performing the technical portion of their job. COR 222 will provide CORs the breadth of knowledge required to perform their role, including knowledge related to COR roles and responsibilities, as well as fundamentals of contracting regulations, types, phases, and other elements; awareness of ethical, legal, and cultural factors that impact COR responsibilities; and information necessary to effectively evaluate situations, apply knowledge gained, and make correct decisions to carry out COR responsibilities and scenarios found in the contract planning, contract formation and contract administration phases.
Course Length: 5 Class Days
CLPs: 40 hours
Limited lecture/facilitated discussion; Research FAR and web
sources; Reading assignments; Interactive activities; Case studies;
Exercises; Homework** assignments
**The method of instruction used in FCN 190 is based on the Thayer method. The Thayer method is unique in that it requires students to teach themselves the material prior to class (as homework) and the instructor's role is to explain the material in class if there are any questions. Further, students are held accountable for their learning by being assessed on a daily basis.
This course is designed for anyone currently serving as or
training to become a Contracting Officer's Representative.
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Please Note: AMCI does not offer generic open-enrollment courses. We specialize in tailoring on-site training for each Federal agency or private-sector firm.
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