Project management is a critical practice that applies knowledge of process, skills, tools, deliverables, and techniques to project activities to ensure a solid path to project success by meeting goals and requirements.
Project Management for Non-Project Managers Training Program provides a foundation in project management—defining, planning, implementing, and closing out a project—that can be used in day-to-day project work and then built upon as project roles expand.
This course is designed to teach participants all the principles of good project management. Participants will learn how to identify and schedule project resources and create project flow charts. Important issues of team management are also covered. These learning objectives are reinforced by a course project that allows the participant to apply the principles and use the tools they learned.
At the end of this program, participants should be able to:
- Discuss the phases of the Project Management Life Cycle and a project manager’s role in each phase.
- List and discuss basic project success criteria and common reasons for project failure.
- Discuss techniques for setting up a strong project team.
- List and discuss elements of a Risk Management Plan.
- Discuss techniques for planning and sequencing project activities
- List and discuss the cost elements that should be included in a project budget.
- Discuss techniques for controlling for deviation from budgets and schedules.
- Discuss key elements of project management communications and reporting tools.
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