Project Management Two Day Workshop

The backbone of project management is planning, scheduling, and controlling. There are well-established principles, tools, and techniques for taking these critical elements to a professional level of expertise. From the management of small to complex projects, participants will find a proven approach to shorten project duration, manage communication, report status, and keep the project on track for on time and on budget delivery.

Length:

Two days

Dates: TBD

Audience:

Project managers (and their managers), contributing project team members, and managers who provide resources to project teams.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe and recognize the critical elements of a correct project measure of performance.
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify the major deliverables required to achieve a project’s measure of performance.
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop a project scope statement that will provide clarity and reduce the chance of scope creep.
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding and use of the common techniques for planning and scheduling project work.
  • Demonstrate the ability to calculate the critical path for a simple project.
  • Demonstrate methods for compressing the time required to complete a project.
  • Describe the benefits of establishing a project baseline.
  • Describe the critical elements of risk identification, mitigation, and control.
  • Describe a method for managing project changes.
  • Describe methods for developing and implementing project lessons learned.

Certificate:

Issued upon successful completion of the course participants will receive a certificate showing they have completed 16 project management education contact hours to apply toward eligibility to sit for a Project Management Institute Exam.

Location:

Front Range Community College
Westminster Campus
3645 W 112th Ave
Westminster, CO 80031

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Cost:

$1,000.00 per person (includes all materials)

Visa, MasterCard, or American Express accepted

If the minimum number of attendees is not met, the class will be rescheduled or cancelled.

Registration:

To register, please contact:
Deborah Puder
(303) 404 - 5462 | Email

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Contact: 

Deborah Puder
(303) 404 - 5462 | Email