Introduction to Project Management (Traditional)
We offer a comprehensive 1-day, Instructor-LED online training. The introduction to Project Management course is designed for anyone wanting to understand the design, planning and execution of real world projects.
1-day Instructor-Led Online Classes
Friday 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Included in our Introduction to Project Management (Traditional) online course
• Over 8 hours of Instructor-Led online classes
• Course material
• Access to recourded course
The introduction to Project Management course is designed for anyone wanting to understand the design, planning and execution of real world projects. The course covers a lot of ground with respect to processes involved in planning, execution and controlling a project as well as the initiation and closing aspects. The course takes the user through the journey of a real world project with explanation of each created templates, reports, and the interpretation of reports. Introduction to project management also provides an insight into the creation and usage of dashboards used in modern day project management. Finally, the introduction to project management course can be taken before or after passing the PMP exam and it will provide valuable insight to the user either way.
- The basics of a Project/Why projects fail?
- Are you a good project manager – Assessment Exam
- The role of a PMO in a matrix organization
- Project Initiation
- Tapping into the knowledge base
- Processes – from initiation to closing
- Skill Set Assessment of running projects
- Large and small project differentiation
- Project Scope
- Qualitative & Quantitative aspects of projects
- How do we create baselines?
- How good is your WBS understanding?
- Practice Exam – Module 1
- Project Execution/Control
- How to oversee execution?
- Resource Management, Tracking
- Role of project manager and team in projects
- Quality and Risk perspectives
- Understanding the feedback loop in projects
- Project Closing and Rewards
- Know your customer and expectations
- Responsibility & Accountability
- The closing steps
- Practice Exam – Module 2