Introduction to Project Management
- This 2-day workshop teaches the mechanics of effective project management, how to get people onboard, better utilize their skills and achieve successful results. Participants can expect to be fully engaged while learning and applying a step-by-step approach to help reduce the risk and uncertainty associated with project completion.
- Define and describe common project management terminology
- Use a step-by-step process to manage projects faster while using fewer resources
- Avoid common pitfalls and mistakes in managing projects
- Apply practical project management tools and techniques
- Projects, project management, and project managers
- The five process groups and nine knowledge areas as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI)
- The triple constraint
- Business case, Project charter, Final deliverables and acceptance criteria, Project scope, Stakeholders, Resources
- Interim deliverables, Project boundaries, Work breakdown structure, Project risks, Project schedule and milestones, Communication plan, RACI chart
- Resolving conflict, Managing change, Monitoring and controlling
- Customer and sponsor satisfaction, Lessons learned, Close out report
Course Length: 16 hours
Date(s): February 13 & 14, 2017
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Price: $400 per person (lunch is provided)
Location: Glen Oaks Community College – Dresser Business Development Auditorium
Payment and Cancellation Policy: We will invoice your company for payment.The classes will be cancelled if the minimum required participants to hold the session is not met one (1) week prior to the start date. Please make sure to register early.
A minimum of 10 participants are required to hold this course.
Please make sure to email names of your participant(s) for the training session to Paul Aivars.