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Course overview

Learn to organize your project, track costs and time expenditures, manage quality and risk, evaluate human resources requirements, and overcome potential obstacles. Whether you are managing an office move, implementing a new accounting system or launching a special initiative, this course gives you the crucial skills for success. Participants spend four to five hours per week completing independent study assignments under the guidance of a seasoned project management professional.

Please check out the recorded video of the instructor describing what is covered.

Note: This course is aligned with the Project Management Institute's (PMI®) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide-5th Edition, which covers all related best practices.

Enroll anytime in this online course. All materials included. Instructor-based study. Self-paced; take up to 16 weeks to complete.

Additional Information for Related Certificate Programs:
This course is part of the Certificate of Accomplishment in Program and Management Analysis, Personal Property Management, Human Resources Management Level III and Project Management.

Who should attend?

Project managers, team leaders, team members, and other professionals who want to learn how to complete projects on time and within budget and meet quality standards. Participants who prefer a classroom version of the course should register for Project Management PGMT7005D

Learning outcomes

  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic project management definitions and concepts
  • Explain how projects fit within organizations and how they are chosen for funding
  • Create the Project Management Plan to document how the project management processes will be conducted throughout the project
  • Plan the major elements of a project such as scope, time, cost, quality, human resources and risk
  • Lead the project team to excute the project plan
  • Control project execution by monitoring performance versus plan, and taking corrective actions
  • Close a project and formally terminate all activities

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