A project is any unique undertaking that creates a desired result. It contributes to one or more organizational objectives while achieving both project and product objectives. The five project management process groups, (Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing) provide a comprehensive and practical view of an entire project from beginning to end.
This course provides a solid grounding in project management processes while recognizing the often neglected human side of project management. This is an ideal overview for anyone who is looking for a practical approach to managing projects. Participants love the step-by-step approach and the numerous techniques and templates that are included.
The Project Management 3-day course teaches you how to plan, execute, monitor, control and close all types of projects – on time and on budget. It is applicable to projects across all sectors, you’ll also learn about software tools to support all your everyday project management activities.
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Inquire as to how this short program can become part of a personalized Certificate of Professional Excellence and what you have to do to achieve one. Call 416-736-5079 and ask to speak to an Education Adviser today.
Attend both The Project Management Course and Using Microsoft Project® Workshop and save $500.
The optional 2-day Microsoft Project® workshop is only $1,645 when you attend the seminar ($2,145 without).
What You Will Learn
- Learn essential PM terminology that will help enable you to communicate effectively with your peers
- Understand the project life cycle
- Break the work down into more manageable components
- Manage the key constraints of time, cost, scope, budget and risk
- Perform a stakeholder scan and understand the key stakeholder roles and responsibilities
- Establish and use the proper communication channels
- Learn what key information to collect for status and progress meetings
- How to closeout your project, gather lessons learned and implement best practices on future projects
Who Should Attend
This course and workshop is vital for people involved in project work within public, private and non-profit sectors, including, but not restricted to:
- New managers and project managers
- Those undertaking unique projects
- Corporate department heads
- Senior executives with business planning responsibilities
- Systems, manufacturing and operations personnel
- Engineering professionals
- Technology and research managers