Duration: 3 days
24 PDUs (2.4 CEUs)
Group discounts available.
Associate degree, or global equivalent, plus 1-3 years of information and management systems experience.
This course is designed for project management (PM) professionals, functional managers, account managers, program and operations managers, coordinators, team leaders, engineers, and students. It provides materials for managers at all levels; from those who want to begin using project management practices to those eager to refine their managerial skills. For project manager professionals this course will serve as a reference guide that will support their everyday activities. This course covers the practical and theoretical aspects of “hands on project management.” It provides actual examples; tested techniques, tools, and methodologies; and raises and answers many frequently asked questions. The course provides the course participants with the principles and concepts of Project Management Methodology and Practices (PMTP).
• Project Management Framework (as described in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide))
• Essentials of creating a project charter
• Project planning, beginning with gathering and documenting requirements, creating a work breakdown structure (WBS)
• Key stakeholders
• Project schedule network diagram
• Project quality and risk
• Skill assessment
• Project Lifecycle Definition
• Functional Areas of Project Management
Who Should Attend
Managers, team leaders, supervisors and functional managers.
Method of Delivery
• Onsite/Live class instructions or Online web seminar
• Open discussion
• Case studies