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Project Management Overview

Our Project Management Overview course is a one day management workshop which will introduce you to the standards, tools and techniques of successful project management. This course will highlight key project management principles including: Scope Planning, the Work Breakdown Structure, Activity Sequencing, Schedule Development, Budget Creation and Control, Quality Principles, and Risk Management. The course will also briefly address the soft skills of a successful project manager: the roles of project participants; how to identify and manage to the variables or constraints in your organization; and the importance of developing and using a communication plan to keep project stakeholders informed and engaged.

Course ID# 2402F109
ETPL# 7738

Course Objectives:

The session will highlight key project management principles including: scope planning, developing a project charter and project plan, assessing project risks, developing a schedule and budget, and monitoring and controlling the project.  A case study is used throughout the day to illustrate key points.

Not every project is alike.  The course will compare and contrast the planning activities needed for small, short-term projects, projects of medium complexity, and large projects of high complexity.  Appropriate tools and techniques for each type of project will be highlighted.  Key project participants will be identified, along with their roles and project responsibilities.  Finally, the course will share some proven techniques for successfully working together as a team.   

The course covers processes & knowledge areas that are consistent with “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide®).”

Delivery Method:
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Classroom Training- 1 Day

Intended Audience:

Customers, project team members, project sponsors, functional managers, operations managers, vendors, business partners, or anyone in an organization who needs to understand what is expected of them as key project stakeholders.  Professionals who would like to learn some of the basic terminology, tools and techniques of project management. 

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Project Management Overview
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