Project Management Course (Waterfall)
ABOUT THE EVENT
Based on the Project Management Institute's PMI® methodology, this course combines the essential elements of Project Management and team leadership. Through this course, you will acquire further understanding of the responsibilities of the project and project management team and become better prepared to apply this knowledge to the project environment. Upon completing this course, you will learn about the role of high performing teams in project management, learn about the tools and techniques for developing and strengthening high performing teams and team members, learn about the stages in the project cycle, apply best practices to develop competencies and skills in planning and controlling projects to ensure successful outcomes, learn how to monitor project activities and assess progress, learn to communicate proficiently to report project status and performance to stakeholders and contribute to the organizational knowledge base. You will work on your own sample projects in groups and pairs to clearly visualize the framework studied. Case studies, active participation in hands-on team exercises, assigned homework and practical information, tips and quizzes will reinforce the course material learning.
The key objective of this course is to introduce the basic concepts, tools and technics of project management PMI® methodology, as well as to give practical insights and technics to successfully conduct projects in real life by:
- defining basic concepts and terminology of project management
- identifying the project management life cycle
- realizing the project management process groups and knowledge areas
- building a business case for project initiation
- defining project scope and stakeholder expectations
- defining roles and responsibilities for project stakeholders
- building effective WBS, project schedule and budget
- learning preliminary concepts and methods of project costs management and more.
Who Can Apply?
This course is intended for beginners in project management, including junior project managers, with little or no formal project management training. The course is also appropriate for project team members with some work experience who need to extend their project management knowledge and upgrade practical skills on contemporary methods.
Don't miss your opportunity!
Center for Expert Evaluation for Urban Development Programs