Fundamentals of Project and Program Management
Fundamentals of Project and Program Management (FPM 121) is a five-day resident classroom course which follows successful completion of the online FPM 120 or FPM 120A & B (Part I) entry-level fundamentals courses. This course is intended for program and project management professionals seeking their FAC-PPM Level 1. FPM 121 puts the project management learner in an integrated product team (IPT) setting, allowing students to gain hands-on experience working through problem-based exercises based on the concepts learned in the prerequisite FPM 120 online courses. Students participate as team members in developing and communicating solutions to simulated project management challenges, and build on the basic concepts learned in the introductory web-based training courses.
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- United States of America
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- Examine program/project performance in terms of budget, schedule, and scope.
- Integrate multiple roles and responsibilities as invested resources to make program/project decisions.
- Justify program/project management decisions as part of problem-solving exercises.
- Develop elements of key program/project management deliverables to plan a program or project throughout its life cycle.
- Define the process for developing program specification requirements and performance work statement that defines the project, addressing roles and missions.
- Describe the source selection process, acquisition planning, market research, request for proposal (RFP), and evaluation of proposals and contract award.
- Connect principles of systems engineering to monitor and control a program/project.
- Interpret information in case studies, real-world scenarios, and project summaries.
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