Comprehensive Project Management

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Part 1: Core skills

CMPW 8057

This course focuses on the core skills of the project management body of knowledge in a 3-day comprehensive program paced to appeal to those currently working in a project management (PM) environment. Instructors for this course bring a PM discipline gained from years of managing projects in rigorous project-driven industries.

This "professional" level course appeals to a wide audience from a broad mix of industries including engineers, software developers, and manufacturers, engaged in technical projects as well as others involved in business and financial projects. This course facilitates discussions among the participants about their project management challenges and successes.

After completion of Comprehensive Project Management Part 1 and Part 2, participants will have learned the 42 processes of the benchmark publication A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK v5® Guide) published by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Once completed, you will return to your workplace qualified to improve your organization's PM process.

Many people who have taken this course have gone on to a high-profile position in their organization. For those preparing for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) designation, this and related courses, have prepared more people for the PMP exam than any other course in Canada.

Objectives

Participants will gain practical skills to:

  • Become conversant with the whole breadth of modern project management.
  • Increase your own PM "lessons learned" by learning from the PM experiences of others.
  • Add techniques to your PM "toolbox," increasing your value to your organization and in the job marketplace.
  • Return to your workplace equipped to improve your organization's PM process.
  • Prepare to take the PMP examination (should you choose).
Who should attend?

The Comprehensive Project Management Seminar is appropriate for individuals who:

  • Are being appointed as a Project Manager or a Project Management Office Director.
  • Want to enhance their resume and marketability in the project management job market.
  • Work in a project management environment, in any industry or discipline, and wants to increase their PM knowledge.
  • Want to prepare for the PMP designation.
Prerequisite
3-day Project Management Essentials (or equivalent work experience may be considered)

Dates

Times

Location

Fees

July 10-12, 2018
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Saint John, NB $1295 +HST Register now

Part 2: Enhanced skills

CMPW 8058

This course focuses on the enhanced skills of the project management body of knowledge in a 3-day comprehensive program paced to appeal to those currently working in a project management (PM) environment. Instructors for this course bring a PM discipline gained from years of managing projects in rigorous project-driven industries.

This "professional" level course appeals to a wide audience from a broad mix of industries including engineers, software developers, and manufacturers, engaged in technical projects as well as others involved in business and financial projects. This course facilitates discussions among the participants about their project management challenges and successes.

After completion of Comprehensive Project Management Part 1 and Part 2, participants will have learned the 42 processes of the benchmark publication A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK v5® Guide) published by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Once completed, you will return to your workplace qualified to improve your organization's PM process.

Many people who have taken this course have gone on to a high-profile position in their organization. For those preparing for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) designation, this and related courses, have prepared more people for the PMP exam than any other course in Canada.

Objectives

Participants will gain practical skills to:

  • Become conversant with the whole breadth of modern project management.
  • Increase your own PM "lessons learned" by learning from the PM experiences of others.
  • Add techniques to your PM "toolbox," increasing your value to your organization and in the job marketplace.
  • Return to your workplace equipped to improve your organization's PM process.
  • Prepare to take the PMP examination (should you choose).
Who should attend?

The Comprehensive Project Management Seminar is appropriate for individuals who:

  • Are being appointed as a Project Manager or a Project Management Office Director.
  • Want to enhance their resume and marketability in the project management job market.
  • Work in a project management environment, in any industry or discipline, and wants to increase their PM knowledge.
  • Want to prepare for the PMP designation.
Prerequisite

Dates

Times

Location

Fees

August 14-16, 2018
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Saint John, NB $1295 +HST Register now
Instructor

Janice Petley has over 20 years of project management experience as an Executive Producer, Producer, and Production Manager. Her typical assignments are definitely project management, but are anything but “typical”. Her event experience spans a wide range of projects: from classical theatre at the Stratford Festival and symphony concerts in the United States, to stadium and arena opera productions in cities such as Tokyo, Munich, and Brussels.

She holds both a BA from University of Western Ontario, a BEd from Queen’s University, and has her Project Management Professional designation. She also has an MBA.

For more information

Tel.: 506-453-3503 / Toll Free: 1-866-599-4646

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