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Project Management Certificate

Why You Should Attend:

Increase your employment opportunities and boost your job performance by earning the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) or the Project Management Professional (PMP) credentials from the Project Management Institute.

Who Should Attend?

Any project manager, program team member, coordinator or assistant will benefit by learning the PMI method of project management.

What You Can Expect:
  • A high quality program taught by working professionals that is consistent with the PMI body of Knowledge.
  • A complete exam preparation program to increase the likelihood of passing the PMI exam.
 
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Requirement to Attend:

We welcome all students who are currently, or have previously performed basic management activities or who have a basic understanding of project management. For PMI certification, additional requirements may apply. See www.pmi.org for complete certification requirement.

Requirement to Earn a Project Management Certificate of Completion

To earn a Certificate, you must successfully complete 36 hours of instruction by enrolling in Project Management Level I-X the following pages.

Total Program Cost: $999

Required Textbook:

The Textbook will be provided before start of the session.

Project Management I: Knowledge Areas and Processes

Project Management 1 includes an overview of the nine knowledge areas designated by PMI. Project integration, scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications and risk management.

Project Management II: Project Integration

Upon completion of this course you will be acquainted with the fundamentals of taking a project from beginning to end, while using basis project planning, execution and management tools that follow the PMI body of knowledge.

Project Management III: Managing the Project Scope

Project Scope management is a method to determine which processes and procedures are within the project’s scope and which are not. Main topics include protecting the project’s scope through planning, defining and verifying the project’s main focus as well as associated labor.

Project Management IV: Managing Time

The ability to estimate, manage and account for time is a critical skill for the successful project manager. Learn how to meet the project’s completion date by using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), estimating time, sequencing activities, finding the critical path and slack, as well as developing and controlling the schedule.

Project Management V: Managing Cost

A key element in determining the feasibility of projects is cost. Several methods of estimating can be used to prepare a cost estimate: analogous, parametric, bottom-up and top-down.

Project Management VI: Quality

If the deliverable doesn’t   have the desired result it has no value, even if it is completed on time, on budget and within the project’s scope. At the completion of the course you will know how to prepare and plan for a projects quality, determine a quality policy, implement quality control, and how to track the project’s quality process.

Project Management VII: Human Resources

Many consider the human capital component of project management as the most essential, the most valuable and the most difficult to control. To assist you to effectively lead, you will learn about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Herzberg’s theory of motivation, theory of X and Y, theory Z and expectancy theory.

Project Management VIII: Project Communications

The ability to communicate effectively with management, customers, staff and stakeholders is the most valuable asset a project manager can have. Join us and learn how inflection, active listening, feedback and gestures can impact communication.

Project Management IX: Risk Management

This course includes learning how to plan for risk, elements of a plan, tools used to identify risk, the use of qualitative and quantitative analysis and the probability-impact matrix.

Project Management X: Project Procurement

Upon completion of this course you will know about the basics of procurement, planning, make/buy analysis, vendor selection, choosing a contract type and contract administration.

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