Project Management


This course focuses on the different challenges and approaches business analysts must employ in documenting business requirements effectively and efficiently. You will discover concepts, tools and ways to rapidly understand existing business processes and technologies. In addition, you will learn skills in understanding the root causes of business problems in order to facilitate design efforts in delivering a quality product to the customer.

This course is for all individuals who have the responsibility for collecting and documenting business processes as well as recommending opportunities for change.

It is preferable to first complete the "Effective Project Management" course or have a basic knowledge of the PMBOK Guide.

Students are required to bring the PMBOK Guide to class.

This course aligns with the Project Management Institute's PMBOK Guide, introducing a full range of topics in project management. It will deepen your understanding of the basic principles and techniques used in managing projects successfully. You will apply practical tools presented through scenario analysis, role playing, case studies, discussion and other experiential techniques.

The classroom-based course fulfills the educational requirement for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) examination, and provides fundamental information necessary to begin preparing for PMI certifications. The PMBOK will be provided. Classroom-based instruction: 24 contact hours.

In this course you will focus on competencies that are necessary to lead and manage a project successfully. Step beyond managing a project to become a leader! Tune up your skills to improve communication and manage a project team for maximum performance. Learn to manage in special situations like working with virtual teams. This course will help you understand your own leadership style and develop skills essential for navigating project challenges.

Prerequisite: Because the focus of this course is on project management leadership, it is preferable to first complete the "Effective Project Management" course or have a basic knowledge of the PMBOK Guide.

Students are required to bring "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge"( PMBOK Guide) to class.

This course will provide you with the necessary tools to measure and monitor project progress effectively in today's business environment. You will use a variety of tools and techniques to bring in a project scope as defined, on time, and on budget. Special attention is focused on communications skills, and techniques for effectively sharing information.

Prerequisite: It is preferable to first complete the "Effective Project Management" course or have a basic knowledge of the PMBOK Guide.

Students are required to bring the PMBOK Guide to class. (21 contact hours)

This course is intended for project managers, project leads, subject matter experts, team members, business analysts, technical specialist and other professionals interested in the PBA credential, as preparation for the PMI-PBA exam. Participants will study the business analysis content and topics needed to know to pass the PMI-PBA exam. This workshop walks the participant through the body of knowledge and reviews content and topics tested on the PMI-PBA exam that are not directly addressed in the practice guide.

There are not prerequistes for the course

This course contains no sessions

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This course is intended for project managers, project leads, subject matter experts, team members, business analysts, technical specialists and others interested in the PMP credential, no matter where they are in the process. For those who are just starting out, it offers study guidelines, a framework for understanding how the exam is organized, and help in making plans to prepare for the PMP exam. Those in the middle of preparation will find guidance on program management issues and explanations of topics often tested on the exam.

If participants need that last push before taking the exam, this course provides exam tips and a good reference for key terms and topics that others have found difficult. Participants will learn testing techniques and complete sample test questions that will help them pass the exam and obtain the PMP credential. It may be appropriate for students who are preparing the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification exam (35 contact hours).

There are no prerequisites for this course. It provides 35 hours of instruction and meets the PMI education requirement necessary to sit for the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam.

This course focuses on how to manage and communicate risk in your project. Because projects are unique and their outcomes uncertain, the project manager has only one chance to do it right. Learn tools and techniques that contribute to effective risk management and improve the chances for successful project results.

Prerequisite: It is preferable to first complete the "Effective Project Management" course or have a basic knowledge of the PMBOK Guide.

Students are required to bring the PMBOK Guide to class.

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