Basic Project Management
About the program
Date: Dec. 6 and Dec. 13, 2016, 5:30-8 p.m.
Program length: 5 hours
Endorsement level: Basic
Location: Esch Hall 004
The Basic Project Management workshop is designed to introduce the attendee to project management including a history of users-to-date, the primary purpose of project management, and the life cycle of a project. This workshop will also include basic project management terms utilized by organizations to enable the attendee to become more engaged within the process. The workshop will also include an introduction to project management software.
- Participants will learn and understand the history and relevance of project management across industries.
- Participants will learn and understand the importance of understanding Time, Scope and Costs, as well as an organization's culture and vision in relation to project selection.
- Participants will learn how to classify projects and how to appropriately define project teams.
- Participants will learn to brainstorm Project from an idea to software (MS Project®).
This program is designed for individuals new to the concept of project management or needing an understanding of framing projects for better project management.
Cost and registration
Standard Ticket - $499 per person
Group Discount (4 or more) Ticket - $399 per person
Alumni Ticket - $249 per person
For more information or for registration assistance, please contact the Division for Professional Engagement at email@example.com or call 317-788-3393.