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Project Management Core Courses

Project Management training courses: learn to approach your next project with the confidence and skill necessary to carry it through effectively. Or prepare for the PMP exam.

Introduction to Project Management

No one - personally or in business - should have to stumble through a new project. Learn to do it like a pro. Understand the basic concepts that guide project management. Gain insights into scheduling and tracking that assure quality performance. Learn to communicate productively with contractors, to conduct reviews and to obtain insights into problems of planning and implementing projects. Participants will learn to approach their next project with the confidence and skill necessary to carry it through effectively.

After this class, you will be able to:
  • Understand industry standard concepts of project management
  • Apply a general framework to managing projects
  • Develop a Work Breakdown Structure and schedule for projects
  • Estimate time and cost of projects
  • Develop a Project Plan
  • Identify, quantify, monitor, and control risk within projects
  • Manage change in a project
  • Close out a project successfully
Section: PROJECTMGMT (28OCT17) -- Learn More...
Start Date: Oct 28, 2017 End Date: Oct 29, 2017 Tuition: $825.00
Campus: Executive Park Instructor: Michael Martin Register
Section: PROJECTMGMT (27JAN18) -- Learn More...
Start Date: Jan 27, 2018 End Date: Jan 28, 2018 Tuition: $825.00
Campus: Executive Park Instructor: John Kailey Register

Project Management: Communications Tools & Techniques

Project Communications is one of the most important fundamental activities in successful project execution. Effective and appropriate project stakeholders’ communications is a critical success factor for project managers in meeting goals and objectives. Utilizing standard communication skills, tools and techniques to set and maintain expectations provides a cohesive project environment and a better chance for success.

In this class, students will learn how to communicate effectively in a project environment. Through a combination of role play, lecture, and exercises, participants will hone their communication skills and learn best practices to successfully manage projects.

After this class, you will be able to:
  • Plan appropriate communications on a Project
  • Apply common Tools and Techniques to manage project communications
  • Implement best practices to control communications throughout the project lifecycle
Section: PROJECTCOMM (04NOV17) -- Learn More...
Start Date: Nov 04, 2017 End Date: Nov 04, 2017 Tuition: $425.00
Campus: Executive Park Instructor: John Kailey Register

Project Management: Cost Tools & Techniques

Project costs are one of the factors that are typically used to measure a project’s success. Being able to properly estimate, measure and effectively communicate project costs is a critical success factor for a Project Manager. Cost management includes the policies, processes and procedures and utilizing them to effectively manage this important project component.

In this course, participants will learn the generally accepted industry estimating techniques and tools for capturing, measuring and forecasting project costs.

After this class, you will be able to:
  • Estimate project costs
  • Apply techniques to measure costs
  • Respond appropriately to cost variances
  • Utilize methods to control project costs
Section: PROJECTCOST (11NOV17) -- Learn More...
Start Date: Nov 11, 2017 End Date: Nov 11, 2017 Tuition: $295.00
Campus: Executive Park Instructor: Kevin Postich Register

Project Management: Risk Tools & Techniques

Risk is a future event and the project manager has some luxury of time to plan and prepare for its potential eventuality. Risk can also have either a positive or negative impact on a project’s execution and proper planning is critical to properly manage risk. In this class, participants will learn where to look for risk, how to assess the impact and probability and to use that information to create and maintain an effective Risk Management Plan.

After completing this program, participants will be able to:
  • Utilize techniques to identify project Risks
  • Determine probability and impact of project Risks from qualitative and quantitative perspectives
  • Apply appropriate Risk response techniques
  • Utilize processes to control risks throughout a project
Section: PROJECTRISK (12NOV17) -- Learn More...
Start Date: Nov 12, 2017 End Date: Nov 12, 2017 Tuition: $295.00
Campus: Executive Park Instructor: Ali Kazmi Register

Project Management: Scheduling Tools & Techniques

Harnessing scheduling tools and techniques to optimize your project schedule can be challenging. In this course, participants will learn how to build reliable schedules and how to respond to the inevitable changes and required modifications which occur throughout the life of the project.

After this class, you will be able to:
  • Create a Schedule from the Project Definition
  • Estimate Durations and Resources
  • Identify and Manage the Critical Path
  • Develop Efficient Resource Plan
  • Apply the appropriate techniques to manage schedule slips and changes

Section: PROJECTSCHED (02DEC17) -- Learn More...
Start Date: Dec 02, 2017 End Date: Dec 02, 2017 Tuition: $495.00
Campus: Executive Park Instructor: John Kailey Register

Project Management: Scope Tools & Techniques

Proper scope definition is critical to ensuring success in all areas of a project. Without a well-defined scope the development and definition of all of the other project elements are left to chance (e.g. Cost, Time, Quality). During the course of the project when change occurs, scope must be maintained to ensure appropriate project integration. The Scope Management processes and procedures must also be well-defined to prevent scope creep, cost overruns and missing schedule deadlines.

In this course, participants will learn techniques to more clearly define scope and create manageable scope management processes. Also, to be able to understand the importance of working closely with project integration and change control processes.

After completing this program, participants will be able to:
  • Develop a clear and concise scope statement
  • Define the work required to complete the project scope
  • Apply techniques to validate scope deliverables
  • Use the appropriate tools to control Scope throughout a project
Section: PROJECTSCOPE (11NOV17) -- Learn More...
Start Date: Nov 11, 2017 End Date: Nov 11, 2017 Tuition: $295.00
Campus: Executive Park Instructor: Kevin Postich Register