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Practical Project Management

Dates: Fridays, September 9 - November 11
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Course Information

Practical Project Management Professional Development ProgramIf your work involves timelines and budgets, you’re probably managing some kind of project. Even if you don’t call yourself a project manager, the principles of project management will help you to keep your projects on task, on time, and on budget. Effective project management is essential in today’s business world, and project management training will give you a
competitive edge in the job market.

Practical Project Management delivers applicable tools which will help you ensure that projects are profitable and aligned with the strategic goals of the organization. The program is taught by highly qualified instructors who have substantial project management experience. Please note that this program will give you the 40 PDUs required for PMP certification, but it is not intended to prepare you for the PMP exam.

10 Sessions

  • The 5 Phases of a Project
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Organizational Structure and Its Influence of Projects
  • Risks and Risk Management Planning
  • Scheduling for Project Success
  • Budget Development & Procurement Planning
  • Project Monitoring & Control
  • Project Integration with Business Requirement
  • Communication & Project Reporting
  • Quality Planning & Control

Instructors

Fees & Discounts

Decision Criteria

Who should take this course?

  • Professionals who manage timelines or budgets
  • Professionals who call themselves Project Managers and want formal training
  • Project managers who want to improve their efficiency
  • Individuals with the requisite work experience for PMP certification but require PDUs

What will you be able to do?

  • Speak the language of project management
  • Identify the project's stakeholders and communicate with them
  • Ensure your project is completed in a manner which reflects well on you
  • Initiate, Plan, Execute, Control, Monitor, & Close a project
  • Become familiar with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)