Project managers can be considered the ultimate leader in the field. They communicate project goals and provide direction to everyone involved. They use their interpersonal skills to balance stakeholders’ and team members’ competing goals. They use critical thinking to facilitate organizational change, manage risk, plan, and analyze.
Above all, project managers lead teams to achieve project objectives and meet stakeholder expectations.
Whether you are looking for a career in project management or to upskill to enhance your current position, project management skills are in-demand and relevant across all industries.
What does it take to be an exceptional project manager? Get started below with the 2022 Top 10 Project Management Skills Courses on findcourses.com. Or, browse our full offerings for project management training and even Agile if you want still more training choices.
- EPC Project Management
- Technical Consulting Skills
- Conflict Resolution in Projects
- Effective Communications Techniques | Live Instructor Led Class
- Risk, Operational Readiness and Monte Carlo Simulations
- PMI-ACP® Certification Training Classroom Course
- Project Management for Leaders
- Project Management Fundamentals On-Site
- Advanced Project Planning and Control
- Agile 101
These days, more projects are being managed using an agile methodology. Agile is ideal when the final outcome required tends to be innovative, complex, or has a high level of uncertainty. Agile is more nimble and allows for a higher level of flexibility in project management.
In this course, you will learn: when Agile is a good fit for a project versus traditional approaches; Agile terminology; and how to start introducing Agile project management into your project management activities.
This course is designed for those professionals who now or in the future will be leading or be a part of a project team. Using a “best practices” approach, it teaches the details of the major tools and techniques used in contemporary project planning, monitoring, and controlling. Learning is reinforced through a number of practical exercises using case studies and real projects.
Walk away from the course with the skill and confidence to use a practical project planning technique, determine if a project can be delivered on time and to budget, and confidently and clearly communicate project "tradeoffs" and set expectations with stakeholders, among other skills.
This course provides an overview of the fundamental elements of the project lifecycle– from project initiation through project close.
With the immediate ability to apply to ongoing projects, participants will learn project management foundational principles, improved project management skills, management tools and techniques, common project management words and meanings, as well as, frameworks to identify, manage, and mitigate risk.
Designed for those who work as a leader (i.e., Team leader, Project leader, Departmental Leader), this course provides you with the insight for project business case development and understanding as to how to manage the project.
Learn the know-how to schedule and authorize projects with a deeper look into resources and planning estimations. The course is delivered as a series of five project management courses that focus on an introduction to project management, project definition, project planning, project implementation and project closure.
PMI PMI-ACP® Certification Training (PMI-ACP)® is expected to become the industry standard certification for agile over the next few years.
In addition to preparing you for the exam, this PMI-ACP exam prep course is designed to teach you the principles and practices of agile, including Scrum, XP and Lean.
Designed for Project Managers, Engineers and Financial professionals, this course offers a deep understanding on why projects fail, and the tools required to minimize financial / overall project risk.
Covered in the course are Operational Readiness models and Monte Carlo simulations (a simple technique of applying minimum, maximum and most likely values in order to make stronger financial / time based decisions). Practical exercises are used to understand how to set up the models and simulations as well as use the information properly.
This course provides the framework to ensure efficient and effective project communications, as well as managing stakeholder expectations. Via classroom learning and practice scenarios, participants will learn communications methods, listening skills, and a process to better understand and be understood by project stakeholders.
Leave this course prepared to effectively communicate in any project environment.
All projects will have some level of conflict. The ability to manage those conflicts in a timely manner will dramatically impact a project’s success. In this course, participants will learn how to anticipate various types of conflicts during the various project phases and be prepared to manage those conflicts.
Learning will occur through use of role play exercises to illustrate conflict resolution best practices in action. This course is ideal for Project Managers, Project Coordinators, project team members, subject matter experts who work on projects, as well as anyone who contributes to or supports projects.
Technical consultants have the know-how, but what they don’t have is the formal authority to implement their recommended actions. In this course, participants will learn how to combine their technical expertise with well-developed interpersonal influence skills, organizational knowledge, financial acumen and self-awareness to get their recommendations implemented.
Engineer, Procure, Construct (EPC) contracts are the contract of choice when building complex facilities. This course is all about building your self-confidence in the project management of EPC contracts.
Using lectures, case studies, exercises and discussions, the workshop starts out by looking at the project from the Owner’s point of view and then from the EPC Contractor’s (EPCC) team member’s point of view. The course covers what is needed in the contract for project success.
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