2017-2018 CMLDP Curriculum

Event+ Date Location Hours
Aug 17, 2017 CMLDP Overview and Expectations Webinar* 1
Aug 25, 2017 Virtual Meet & Greet Online 1
Sept 1, 2017 Ethics and Compliance #1 (Code of Ethics) Course site 4
Sept 5, 2017 Focused Leader Profile Webinar* 4
Sept 25, 2017 Mentoring Action Plan 1 Course site 4
Oct 3, 2017 Force Field Problem-Solving Model Webinar* 4
Oct 19, 2017 In-Residence CMLDP Leadership Training Event
Long Beach, CA
10
Nov 3, 2017 NCMA Governance System Prerecorded Webinar 4
Nov 10, 2017 A Review of NCMA Policies and Practices Prerecorded Webinar 4
Dec 1, 2017 Deadline: Submit topic for research paper Course site 2
Dec 3, 2017 NCMA Board of Directors Meeting Washington, DC 4
Dec 3, 2017 Winter Chapter Leader Summit Washington, DC 5
Dec 4-5, 2017 NCMA Government Contract Management Symposium Washington, DC 15
Jan 12, 2018 Mentoring Action Plan Update 2 Course site 4
Jan 31, 2018 Deadline: Submit outline for research paper Course site 4
Feb 6, 2018 Conflict Strategies Inventory - Third Edition (Individual and Group Exercise) Webinar* 4
Mar 2, 2018 Ethics & Compliance #2 (Group Exercise) Prerecorded Webinar 4
Mar 30, 2018 Deadline: Submit research paper Course site 30
Apr 3, 2018 Project Leadership Assessment Webinar* 4
Apr 11, 2018 Terms & Conditions National Education Seminar (NES) Tysons Corner, VA 7

Apr 12-13, 2018

NCMA Spring Training Event Tysons Corner, VA 12
May 4, 2018 Ethics and Compliance #3 (Group Exercise)
Prerecorded webinar
3
May 8, 2018 The Comprehensive Leader Webinar* 4
June 5, 2018 Chapter Leadership Webinar Webinar* 3
June 25, 2018 Mentoring Action Plan Update 3 Course site 4
July 21, 2018 Student Team Presentations Cleveland, OH 2
July 21, 2018 Leadership Insights Cleveland, OH 2
July 22, 2018 Summer Chapter Leader Event 2018 Cleveland,OH 9
July 22-25, 2018 NCMA World Congress (Includes Retrospect, and Graduation) Cleveland,OH 23
July 2018 - July 2019 NCMA chapter meetings, workshops, and seminars NCMA Volunteerism 12

*Webinars begin at 12:30 p.m. (Eastern). Typical format is a 30-60 minute presentation, with deliverables due 2 weeks after live presentation, unless otherwise noted. All have individual assignments and 1 has an additional group assignment where the class is divided into teams of 3–5 students each with a team leader assigned.

Events marked in blue require mentor interaction. Events marked in grey are mandatory in-resident functions. Students must budget all travel expenses associated with each of the 4 events (i.e., transportation, lodging and meals). Conference registration fees are waived for CMLDP students.

The 2 NCMA Governance prerecorded webinars, 3 Ethics and Compliance assignments, research paper topic, research paper outline, and the research paper are self-paced and may be submitted in advance of their due dates.