Project Management Bootcamp
Available in NYC or Live Online
Master project management from choosing a project to closing a project and everything in-between in this 2-day workshop.
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In this 2-day course, students learn the complete project management experience: from choosing the project to closing the project. This course is designed to be an engaging, interactive workshop where participation is encouraged throughout. Students will receive a workbook that contains both practical knowledge along with a large variety of exercises to be completed during class.
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Upon completion of this course, you’ll recieve an official certificate testifying to your mastery of the curriculum. We’ll send you a link where you can download your certificate, share it online with your friends, post it to your professional network on LinkedIn, and view all your earned certificates. Congratulations on your achievement!
This is the recommended order, but some courses may be taken in a different order.Download Syllabus PDF High-level Overview
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Get face-to-face interaction with an instructor and other students when you learn at our NYC campus. Courses are hands-on with a computer and software provided.
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Get the same interactivity and access to the instructor as in-person students. There are no extra fees and we’ll work with you to ensure your remote setup is perfect.
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After a brief introduction to project management as a science, students will begin the first day by exploring the first two phases of the project management process. While learning about the Initiation phase, students will be both identifying and selecting projects. They will practice creating a project charter and accurately compose a project scope document.
Then, it is a deep dive into the Planning phase, where a large degree of project success is determined. In the first part of the Planning phase, students will create diagrams and charts while learning the value in interpreting them. In the second part, students will gain technical experience by using strategy to determine such concepts as float and resource management.
The last part of Day 1 is a facilitated discussion on project managers and what it takes to become a successful one. Students will explore the most relevant skills and traits, discuss the vital importance of delegation, and the best strategies for managing change.
For Day 2, students begin by taking a closer look at the project team. How can a top team be assembled? How can talent best be developed? What characteristics must be looked for? These questions and many others are explored through small group brainstorming and facilitated discussion.
Next, the course takes a slightly more quantitative turn, as students transition into the Execution phase of Project Management. In this phase, students will be presented with brief project case studies, and will be guided through the process of determining actual costs and the value of work performed through basic calculations and drawing graphs. This will culminate in the analysis of cost performance and estimation of costs at completion.
Troubleshooting resources is then discussed, as students encounter mock situations where project resources are either overallocated or limited in quantities. Students will construct the appropriate tables and charts to visually solve these issues.
Risk Management is mapped into four categories: identification, assessment, planning, and monitoring. Students will work in teams to examine a sample project and evaluate the potential risk in that project.
What meetings should be held? Which reports should be created and who should receive them? What plans need to be drawn up? Students will practice creating efficient project meeting agendas, summarizing progress in the appropriate reports, and creating a plan for optimal communication.
Finally, the Closing phase will describe what should be done at the conclusion of the project. Such topics as collecting final payments, recognizing team members, and archiving project details will be covered, with students creating a sample post-project evaluation.
This two-day workshop concludes with a brief overview of Project Management software/apps, Project Management associations, and Project Management certifications.
By the end of this course, students will understand the 4 stages of project management: Initiating, Planning, Executing, and Closing. They will receive practical, hands-on experience, the theoretical knowledge behind managing projects, and the vocabulary necessary to communicate with others in the industry.
A project is a unique endeavor undertaken to achieve planned objectives. A project is usually deemed to be a success if it meets the objectives according to their acceptance criteria, within an agreed timescale and budget. Projects have a definite start and end.
All 49 processes and 10 Knowledge areas are tied back to the 5 Foundational process groups. These processes provide the essential framework for any project.
Project Cost Management is the process of planning and controlling the budget of the project.
Planning Resource Management gives guidance in defining the roles and responsibilities. Resources include team members, money, supplies, buildings, and other necessary resources to complete a project.
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