AFCEA’s Continuing Education (CE) program is designed to support certifications related to U.S. Federal Government requirements. Several TechNet Cyber sessions will be reviewed by CompTIA and GIAC to determine if the sessions meet continuing education requirements for certification maintenance. Sessions may also support (ISC)2, National Contract Management Association (NCMA), Project Management Institute (PMI), GAGAS, and Defense Acquisition Workforce continuing education and/or certification maintenance requirements.
Continuing education attendance documentation: Formal attendance documentation is a benefit for AFCEA members and those who purchase a continuing education pass. Participation in the entire session qualifying for CompTIA CEUs and/or GIAC CPEs is required. If you are a member be sure register for the event as a member so you will be eligible for formal attendance documentation for applicable sessions you attend. On exiting the session, get your event badge scanned so that we can document your attendance. We cannot document your attendance if you do not get your badge scanned at the close of the session.
Check out the TechNet Cyber 2021 Continuing Education flyer for updates as the program is developed.
CompTIA plans to host a mini boot camp, "Validating Each Link in the Supply Chain: Pen Testing and the Cloud," October 28, 1:30 - 4:30 EDT in Room 350 and online. The mini boot camp will qualify as continuing education. For details and registration please click here. For the flyer click here. The mini boot camp has been approved for 3 GIAC CPEs, 3 CertNexus CECs for CyberSec First Responder (CFR), and 3 CompTIA CEUs for A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, CySA+, CASP+, PenTest+, and Linux+ for three full hours of attendance.
For info about AFCEA’s continuing education program please check the frequently asked questions: https://www.afcea.org/site/Education?q=education/continuing-education-credits.