Advanced Project Management

Advanced Project Management Classes in NYC

In this Intermediate/Advanced Project Management course, students delve deeper into project management concepts include task analysis, critical path method, planning, project timelines, and ongoing monitoring. Students will review the five phases of project management, examining the complexities of each stage.

This Class is For Students That:

  • Understand the five phases of a project
  • Know how to create a project proposal and business case
  • Desire a more in-depth study of project management
  • Need strategies and tools to work better with a project team

This course builds upon our introductory project management course and can be helpful for those pursuing a PMP certification.

Advanced Project Management

$399 14 Hours In-person classroom training

Corporate training available

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What You’ll Achieve

  • Learn how to identify project milestones and resources
  • Utilize Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to prioritize tasks
  • Manage challenges, changes, and uncertainty
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Full Course Syllabus

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Initiation

  • Initiation phase overview
  • Review of the five phases of a project
  • Core tasks for defining a project
  • Things to consider before starting a project

Planning

  • Planning phase overview
  • Choosing a project
  • Planning and prioritizing a project
  • Project planning guidelines

Execution

  • Execution phase overview
  • Beginning a project
  • Tips for effective implementation
  • Stakeholders and human capital
  • Delegating tasks and communicating expectations
  • Assessing project status and foreseeing future challenges
  • Completing daily tasks and dealing with issues
  • Managing progress and timeline adjustments
  • Project execution guidelines

Monitoring

  • Monitoring phase overview
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • Evaluating progress
  • Setting baseline performance measures
  • Understanding and correcting variances
  • Assessing work quality
  • Setting quality assurance procedures
  • Monitoring risks and changes
  • Project monitoring guidelines

Closing

  • Closing phase overview
  • Obstacles in the closing phase
  • Evaluating project performance
  • Managing uncertainty and unexpected challenges
  • Final reports and managing records
  • Project closing guidelines

Project management classroom in Manhattan, NYC