Intro to Project Management

Project Management Workshops in NYC

The workshop begins with a review of project management terminology so that students learn to speak the language of a project manager. Students will obtain a firm grasp of the different methods and strategies used in the field of project management. Moving deeper into project management theory, students will explore a five-stage model of project management that includes the following stages: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring, and Closing.

The initiation phase covers how to create a proposal and a business case for the project. Students will learn to identify needs, set a timeline, create a budget, and communicate with stakeholders in the planning phase. The execution phase covers identifying project range, budget, challenges, and risks. In the monitoring phase students will explore ongoing project management tasks, and finally, the closing stage will discuss how to finish and transfer project deliverables.

This class is for students that:

  • Want an overview of project management theories and methodologies
  • Desire a career in project management
  • Need a review of project management concepts and approaches

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Intro to Project Management

$209 7 Hours 185 Madison Avenue, NYC In-person classroom training

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Jan 18 Fri, 10am–5pm

Corporate training available

Call 212-658-1918 or email us

What You’ll Achieve

  • Learn how to manage stakeholders and tasks
  • Discern scope, time, and cost
  • Master project management vocabulary
  • Discover positions, duties, and qualities of a project manager
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Full Course Syllabus

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Theories and Methods

  • Understand project management methodologies and tools

Initiation Phase

  • Defining the details of a project charter
  • Creating a business case

Planning Phase

  • Identify needs
  • Develop a timeline
  • Budget costs
  • Establish a communication plan
  • S.M.A.R.T. and C.L.E.A.R. Goals
  • Identify risks and mitigate challenges

Execution Phase

  • Lead the team
  • Maintain schedule
  • Track the budget
  • Evaluate quality

Monitoring Phase

  • Report progress and manage stakeholders
  • Monitor ongoing project tasks including risks, schedule, budget, work quality and resources

Closing Phase

  • Finish project and transfer deliverables; lessons learned

Capstone Project

Students learning project management in New York