Project Controls/ Analyst Certification – New Certification from Humphreys & Associates

by Humphreys & Associates on January 2, 2019

Project Controls Analyst Certification

Project Controls/ Analyst Certification

This efficient and intensive certification program is designed for an experienced earned value specialist looking to:

  • Distinguish themselves from their peers as a professional, certified Project Controls/ Analyst
  • Become a more valued asset to their current or future project and Project Management Team in analyzing problems and determining appropriate actions to resolve them

Effective and Comprehensive

Humphreys & Associates effective and comprehensive certification program is intended to further develop existing basic EVM skills into proficient and insightful analytical skills in various areas of a project. It includes wide-ranging advanced EVM and project analysis coursework and concludes with a comprehensive exam requiring the student to demonstrate both analytic and technical Earned Value Management Systems proficiency.

Individuals that complete the Humphreys & Associates Project Controls/ Analyst Certification program will have solid evidence of their ability to provide valuable analytical support to a project team in not only EVM but also in several other critical areas of project management in an EVM environment. They will satisfy job requirements as professionals in Project Controls or Project Analysis in the most challenging of project control environments.


The coursework spans the five EVMS guideline groupings in the EIA-748 Standard for Earned Value Management Systems which includes:

  1. Organization
  2. Planning, Scheduling, and Budgeting
  3. Accounting Considerations
  4. Analysis and Management Reports
  5. Revisions and Data Maintenance

Expanding on these, however, it challenges the individuals to understand, recognize, and analyze typical problems in these 5 basic areas to be able to recommend possible solutions to management.

Important elements of the course include discussions of:

  • establishing the initial cost and schedule structures for a project
  • schedule and risk management analysis
  • Performance, Variance, EAC, and ECD analysis
  • assessing data quality
  • incorporation of various types of baseline changes
  • issues with Customer Reporting
  • assessing the project’s compliance with EVM requirements.

For each of these, the course stresses data integrity and traceability, highlighting Earned Value Management best practices to provide insights and to illustrate current methods and approaches. This results in improved project controls analysis and leads to better overall management and informed decision-making.

Included Course Materials

Humphreys & Associates Project Controls/ Analyst certification uses extensive case studies and exercises that bring the EVM concepts to life and help to refine analytic expertise. Each participant will receive:

  • A binder with all course materials
  • The H&A Project Management Using Earned Value textbook
  • The pocket-sized H&A Guide to Project Management Using Earned Value

Contact us today to learn more about Humphreys & Associates Project Controls/ Analyst Certification program at (714) 685-1730.

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Gilbert Rhoades January 28, 2019 at 12:30 am

When is this course coming to San Diego?


Humphreys & Associates January 29, 2019 at 9:11 am

Hi Gilbert, we are getting ready to announce a public workshop for this course in March or April. Stay tuned for details.


Desiree Lowney November 19, 2019 at 6:45 pm

I’d like some additional information on the project controls/analyst certification that is a coming up March 2020 in Huntsville AL.


Humphreys & Associates December 18, 2019 at 10:32 am


We will be reaching out to you with more information. Until then you can view the info for the event here:

Also, feel free to call us at (714) 685-1730 or email the Public Workshop group at


Varun Sharma April 23, 2020 at 8:33 am

I am interested in knowing more about the course, How can I get myself registered?



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