iCatalog Home ISA Intermediate Information Systems Acquisition (Last ModifiedSep). apply · print · check. That course is in 2 parts, ACQ A & ACQ B. Part A is a CBT, part B you have to attend in-residence, it’s a week long. You have to do A before enrolling in . ACQ B prepares mid-level acquisition professionals to work effectively in integrated product teams by understanding systems acquisition.

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Unfortunately, I’m having trouble finding the time to do this one. Previous Topic Next Topic. I hope I can squeeze it in.

As long as you apply yourself and listen in class and review the modules from ACQA you should be ok. Do you have any study tips for passin part A?

Thursday, April 09, It’s been a while, but i found the acq in-residence courses to actually be a bit fun. Friday, October 16, 2: Also, you already know you get three attempts to pass a test, and that each subsequent test only consists of similar questions to the one s you missed previously, so you kind of know where to focus your study efforts. It is a PITA. Sunday, November 22, There are 2 tests. Anybody passed successfully and willing to share their knowledge?

Here is a forum to ask questions about a particular program, to exchange insight on which is the right training, to share which certifications are the best to attain, to seek out what to do first, and 201 offer recommendations to others. I’d be lying if I said it 20a a piece of cake, it really took some effort. Mainly because you get the chance to discuss issues with people from all branches of the service and see their problems and solutions. This page was generated in 0.


You cannot delete your posts in this forum. You cannot reply to topics in this forum. I am taking if because it is a prereq to PQM and I want more project management courses.

Thanks rdf2 ex ART. Saturday, October 17, 4: You cannot edit your posts accq this forum.

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I completed A last year, am about to do part B. You cannot post new topics in this forum.

I wish you the aq. It will mean less to do later on, plus it looks good on your resume. Friday, October 16, Tuesday, April 07, You have to do A before enrolling in B. Training and Certification Whether you want to improve your skills, boost your resume or prepare for a new job opportunity, training and certification programs and resources can help you achieve your goals.

ACQ 201B – Intermediate Systems Acquisition

It seems the acquisition jobs are tough CO can be sued for their actions and the pay is not that great for the responsibilities. You cannot create polls in this forum. One thing you should know is that if you exhaust your three attempts to pass the test, you can send an email to you designated counselor, or whatever their title is, and they can grant you another try. That’ll finish up my Level II requirements. No real tough math, but some basic stuff using formulas.


In addition to the DAU courses, you have to spend 2 years on the job. ACQB the in-residence portion was not too bad. I’ve had them give me 2 extra attempts.

I have a month left, so I better get a move-on. Truthfully there is more learning between class than in the actual instruction, but it’s still good. Trust me, if I can do it, anybody can lol! The A part seem really dry at times and I hope I can remember most of it.

I’m looking for information on the class tha may help me review and prepare. You cannot vote in polls in this forum.

I got through okay but this one is truly ne information and logic plays little role for me in processing the details. With the right program and resource, you will be more productive and this will help you climb the career ladder. To read today’s top news stories on federal employee pay, benefits, retirement, job rights and other workplace issues visit FederalDaily. Also, take a calculator with you.