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2. Fees & FAQs


Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about RMS' Training Services from our clients' and visitors' FAQs.

  1. How much do you charge for an in-house (“on-site”) course? [see answer]
  2. How do we get a cost quotation? [see answer]
  3. Do you offer government rates? [see answer]
  4. Is a list of courses available? [see answer]
  5. Where can I find course descriptions? [see answer]
  6. Is a print course catalog available? [see answer]
  7. Is RMS currently registered with CCR (US Government)? [see answer]
  8. Does RMS have a current CAGE (US Government) number? [see answer]
  9. Does RMS have a GSA schedule? [see answer]
  10. Does RMS accept subcontractor engagements? [see answer]
  11. Do you offer volume training discounts? [see answer]
  12. Who typically arranges for in-house courses? [see answer]
  13. Where are your in-house courses presented? [see answer]
  14. Who typically attends these courses? [see answer]
  15. How large are the classes? [see answer]
  16. Do you offer any certifications or credits for your courses? [see answer]
  17. I have read the course description; but, I’m still not sure if the course is right for our needs. Can I get additional information to help us decide? [see answer]
  18. How much lead time do you need to schedule an on-site course? [see answer]

  1. How much do you charge for an in-house (“on-site”) course?

There are two aspects to consider when calculating in-house training costs: (a) the course fee, and (b) instructor transportation and incidental (lodging, etc.) costs.

(a) The course fee depends upon a number of factors:

  • the workshop(s) you choose
  • the number of participants
  • volume discounts for multiple courses
  • sector discounts (e.g., for US Federal, State, or Local government agencies)

Even at the highest rate, the cost per participant for a full class would be significantly lower than the standard “public” course rates. Tell us about your interest and we’ll provide a cost quote.

(b) Instructor costs. Simply stated, we charge you whatever it costs us to get our instructor from our offices in NYC to your location and back. Since most client training requires at least one overnight stay away from New York City for the instructor, hotel and meal costs are additional.

Under any condition, it is less expensive to deliver one instructor to you than for you to send ten to fifteen people to New York City.

  1. How do we get a cost quotation?

Just call or write to us. Provide the:

  • name(s) of the workshops you might be interested in
  • estimated number of people that might participate
  • approximate time frame for delivering the training
  • name and e-mail address of the person(s) who should receive the quotation

Once you tell us what you are considering, we will provide a quotation within 24-hours. No sales person will call you. You may arrange to speak with an instructor, if you wish.

e-mail: INQUIRIES@RMS.NET

Fax: 212-633-7119

Voice: 212-633-2001 (M - F, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Eastern Time)

If you are not sure about a course or program track, don’t hesitate to contact us. We speak with prospective customers all of the time.

  1. Do you offer government rates?

Yes. RMS offers discounted rates to US Federal, State, and Local departments.

  1. Is a list of courses available?

Schedule: Click here to find a currently scheduled open-enrollment courses
List: Click here to get a list all courses and key information is available
Summary: Click here to get a short “At-a-Glance” summary description in a downloadable PDF file

  1. Where can I find course descriptions?

Individual course descriptions for online viewing or download are available at multiple locations; start with the “At-a-Glance” or list sections.

  1. Is a print course catalog available?
     
    No. Complete course information is available in electronic format in this section of RMS’ website.
     
  1. Is RMS currently registered with CCR (US Government)?

Yes. Information can be accessed for “Resource Management Systems, Inc.” 

  1. Does RMS have a current CAGE (US Government) number?

Yes. The current number can be accessed for “Resource Management Systems, Inc.”

  1. Does RMS have a GSA schedule?

No. However, RMS has delivered courses as a subcontractor.

  1. Does RMS accept subcontractor engagements?

Yes. RMS has successfully worked with prime contractors as a subcontractor for large government contracts.

  1. Do you offer volume training discounts?

Yes. Government and private sector volume training discount rates can be obtained in connection with a formal request for a training quotation.

  1. Who typically arranges for in-house courses?

There is no “typical” in house “sponsor” for our courses. Points of contact range from Human Resource training groups, CIOs and Finance officers, to employee-contractor project teams.

  1. Where are your in-house courses presented?

Anywhere in North America. International engagements are accepted on a case-by-case basis.

  1. Who typically attends these courses?

Participants come from diverse backgrounds and with varying levels of expertise. A typical in-house course might include: both technical and business professionals with little or no background in the topic to “experts” seeking a refresher course.

  1. How large are the classes?

The standard class size is 12 to 15 participants, depending on the topic.

  1. Do you offer any certifications or credits for your courses?

RMS is licensed to grant CPE (Continuing Professional Education) credits for many of our courses.

  1. I have read the course description; but, I’m still not sure if the course is right for our needs. Can I get additional information to help us decide?

Our training representatives and training presenters welcome your questions. Don’t hesitate to call us at 212-633-2001 with your questions or e-mail us at inquiries@rms.net. You will speak with a training specialist, not a salesperson! If the training is right for your organization we’ll say so; if it is not, we won’t hesitate to tell you.

  1. How much lead time do you need to schedule an on-site course?

You should anticipate a minimum of one-month. Although large recurring clients often book dates six to eight months in advance, instructors are often available on shorter notice. On rare occasions, we have been able to accommodate schedule requests as short as two-weeks.

 

 

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