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Who the course is for:
- Junior Project Managers
- Project Managers
- Team Leaders
- Project Team Members
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the fundamentals of project management.
- Describe key project management roles and responsibilities.
- Provide practical application of project management tools, techniques, and knowledge through case studies and exercises.
- Share key lessons learned from projects in different industries.
- Useful and readily applicable tools
- Consistent professional terminology in the field of project management
- An international expert available for consultation (during and after the training course)
- Sharing experience with other participants and opportunity for business networking
- A prestigious certificate from George Washington University
- Improving your business English skills
- Bilingual training materials with additional reference materials
Students will receive certyficate of course completion signed by MT&DC as PMI® Global Registered Provider.
Our courses give knowledge needed to prepere for PMP® and other PMI's exams.
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Covering the entire project life cycle, this course is built around best practices currently used in today’s fast-paced business environment. The latest insights from the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), which incorporates information critical to project success, are also highlighted.
You’ll learn project management skills through case studies, hands-on exercises and practical experiences that can immediately be applied to your job. This approach yields a comprehensive project management experience, including the early stages of defining project requirements, developing work breakdown structures, project change control and closeout.
Unit 1. Project Management Framework
- Define a project, a program, and a portfolio.
- Define project management, program management, and portfolio management.
- Define the project life cycle and the project management life cycle.
- Describe the different types of organizational structures.
Unit 2: Identify Phase
- Develop a preliminary project business case.
- Develop stakeholders’ management plan.
- Develop a risk management plan.
- Identify project risks.
Unit 3: Select Phase
- Apply the basic concepts and tools of evaluating and selecting project options.
- Perform qualitative risk analysis.
- Explain the fundamental concepts of estimating.
- Develop a level 1 schedule.
Unit 4: Define Phase
- Develop a work breakdown structure.
- Develop a project schedule.
- Perform network analysis.
- Plan risk responses.
- Establish a dependable project monitoring and control system.
Unit 5: Execute Phase
- Monitor and control risks.
- Manage project changes.
- Develop a procurement management plan.
Unit 6: Operate Phase
- Discuss post-project appraisals.
PMBOK® Guide knowledge areas:
- Project Integration Management
- Project Procurement Management
- Project Quality Management
- Project Scope Management
- Project Time Management
- Project Cost Management
- Project Risk Management
- Project Human Resource Management
- Project Communications Management
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