This project management training course teaches practical management techniques that will prepare participants to develop and update plans for their projects. Group exercises enhance the learning experience and allow students to discuss with the instructor how the general techniques they’ve learned can be adapted to the unique characteristics of their own projects.
The course consists of 16 hours of instruction including lecture and hands-on exercises taught over a two-day period. The course includes exercises on the following topics:
Students will learn how to clearly define a project, develop
an initial project plan, compress the schedule to achieve
deadline dates, and effectively control the project through
to completion. Each student is given a six-chapter notebook
to be used to follow the lecture material; record notes,
tips, and other project-specific information; and perform
individual and group exercises. The notebook serves as an
excellent reference tool for planning and controlling
There are no prerequisites for this course.
PMAlliance’s comprehensive, logical and repeatable project management planning and control methodology combines the core PMI processes with proven, hands-on project management practices & project management software add-in tools.
"The course helped me in understanding the concepts of developing project plans, project charters, network diagrams, etc. The sequencing order is excellent."
- Isaac Durairaj, IT Project Manager
"As a trainer, I think Jay has a unique ability to turn a topic like project management into a very engaging, informative lecture. Great course, I will consider more training with this instructor."
- Tabatha Eatherly, Application Systems Specialist