Overview

What You Get

  • 21 hours of High Quality Classroom or Live Online Training
  • 21 Professional Development Units (PDUs)
  • PMP Certified Trainer
  • Comprehensive Courseware
  • Course Completion Certificate
  • Email consultation with instructor for 30 days
  • Project Management Templates
  • Hands-on Exercises using Microsoft Project
  • Project Templates

Courses Benefits

As a project manager, you are tasked to organize scarce resources, work under tight deadlines, control project change, and generate maximum team performance. Through a simulated case study, you learn how to successfully plan, manage and deliver projects. Based on the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK), you will also learn how to use project management processes, tools and techniques, and respond to real-world scenarios. At the end of this project management training course, you will have access to templates and checklists that you can use in your own projects. This project management training course can be credited as part of the 35 contact hours required for PMP certification.

Who Should Attend

This project management training course is for people responsible for leading projects but has limited experience or knowledge of formal project management methods. Among those who can benefit from this course are:

  • Administrators and managers responsible for coordinating, facilitating or managing projects and programs.
  • Technical professionals and engineers moving into project leadership and coordination
  • General Managers responsible for projects and programs
  • Members of process and performance improvement teams
  • Business Planning Coordinators

Prerequisites:
Some involvement in implementing or leading projects.

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Course Outline

Project Management Framework

  • Project Management Process Overview
  • Stakeholders and Project Organization
  • Project Life Cycle Overview
  • Introduction to Agile
  • PM Skills needed for a successful project

Initiating Process

  • Setting Objectives and determining Business Value
  • Creating a Project Charter
  • Roles and responsibilities of PM and Project Sponsor
  • Enrolling the Project Board

Planning Process

  • Scope
  • Cost/Resource
  • Schedule
  • Quality
  • Project HR/Communication
  • Risk
  • Procurement Planning
  • Stakeholder
  • Integration

Execution and Monitoring Processes

  • Elements of Project Control
  • Controlling Cost, Scope, Schedule, Quality
  • Earned Value Analysis
  • Issue Management
  • Performance Reporting

Closing Processes

  • Project Closing / Project Transition
  • Post-project evaluations

Supplemental Topics

  • How to apply and review for PMP certification