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Project Management

Attendees learn formal project management practices through lecture combined with extensive learning activities. The class shows how to apply proven practices to provide a more structured approach to project management. Participants are encouraged to use current project management challenges for class work. The learning activities enable the student to apply immediate solutions to real-time project management challenges.

The project management training course is appropriate for both newer and experienced project professionals, affording students both fundamental and intermediate training. The course focus is on project management processes and as such applies to every domain. The course is aligned with the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide Sixth Edition (PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition). As such, the course touches on predictive, incremental and adaptive project development methodologies. The learning objectives include distinguishing the 49 processes detailed in the PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition which are widely recognized as defining best practices for most projects much of the time. PMBOK® is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

The Project Management Institute (PMI) is a leading source of project management certifications. This project management training course does not include the cost of any PMI credentials. Qualified students are encouraged to pursue credentialing opportunities by visiting the PMI website for details on certification, certification testing centers and PDU requirements.

This class provides 28 hours of formal project management education needed for PMI certifications such as Project Management Professional (PMP)® and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® as well as earning PDU's required for maintaining PMI certification. PMI®, CAPM® and PMP® are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Who should attend?

This course is designed for project managers, team members, and senior managers looking to acquire a firm grasp of specific steps in the project management process.

Training content

  • Project Management Basics And Terminology
  • Planning Project Work To Meet Stakeholders' Requirements
  • Developing Project Schedule, Cost Estimates And Budget
  • Risk Identification, Analysis and Planning
  • Managing for Optimal Results
  • Monitoring And Controlling Project Scope, Schedule And Cost
  • Initiating The Project
  • Human Resource Management
  • Planning Project Quality, Staffing And Communications
  • Planning Project Procurements
  • Monitoring And Controlling Work Toward Deliverables
  • Closing The Project

Course delivery details

Delivery Options: Attend face-to-face in the classroom,remote-live or via on-demand training.

Certification / Credits

  • Testing the value proposition affirmed through formal project management practices
  • Surveying best practices across the generic project management lifecycle (starting, organizing/planning, carrying out the work, ending the project)
  • Identifying the appropriate project development lifecycle (e.g. waterfall, agile)
  • Understanding the primary elements of the project charter and how charters enhance project success
  • Describing the project manager role and primary areas of responsibility
  • Producing and leveraging organizational project knowledge
  • Distinguishing appropriate metrics for measuring, reporting and planning
  • Evaluating and applying appropriate levels of stakeholder engagement
  • Developing a project management plan
  • Creating baselines to measure project health
  • Examining and applying various requirements collection techniques
  • Determining quality requirements
  • Understanding the business case and project justification
  • Defining project and product scope
  • Developing customer acceptance criteria
  • Deconstructing project deliverables in order to plan and execute project work
  • Evaluating competing time and cost estimating approaches
  • Developing better scheduling practices
  • Sequencing work flow and project management activities for maximum efficiency
  • Identifying and organizing project resources for better acquisition practices
  • Formulating project quality requirements
  • Integrating and balancing project change
  • Examining and developing project communication
  • Using risk identification to manage project risk
  • Classifying and evaluating appropriate procurement documents and contracts
  • Devising project/phase closing best practices
  • Choosing appropriate tools to increase automation, enhance communication and archive project artifacts
  • Using data presentation tools and techniques for analysis and reporting

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Hands On Technology Transfer, Inc.

Hands On Technology Transfer (HOTT) was established in 1995 and has always had the same mission: to provide the best possible IT training and always assure that students attain competence and confidence in the skills being taught. HOTT’s innovative approach...

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