PROJECT MANAGEMENT

According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), the world leader in Project Management Certifications, organizations with standardized practices attain better results. Because the Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) recognize your knowledge of the profession’s preeminent global standard, you’ll stand out to employers and be poised to move ahead.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS

Project management is one of the most sought after competencies for today’s busi­ness professional. This course is your opportunity to acquire or increase your existing project management knowledge and understanding to apply project management skills and theory in your workplace. Skilled Project Managers are able to deliver results in the shortest time, at the least cost and with the highest quality.

The course lays out current, successful project management methods, diagrams, software, evaluation and review techniques. Experience the vital discipline of coordi­nating a team’s efforts toward successful project outcomes. Practice skills in creativity, situational problem solving and leader­ship. See how to work sensibly with project teams, conflict resolution and negotiations. Learn about practical and proven methods to manage people, procedures and time to achieve the results you need. Learn about realistic up-to-date project concepts like crit­ical path, critical chain project management and agile project management. Understand how to work with time constraints, smart planning, resource allocation, quality control, risk management, cost control and communications management.

This course, tailored for the new or future project manager, is equally appropri­ate for the business owner, entrepreneurs and department heads who find themselves working in teams or at the helm of a project. Students will work on a project plan of their choosing. PMC-129

*Textbook required; see below. Search PMP.

Instructor: Ciro Petti, PMP, MCT, MSO

28411.  14 sessions: 42 hours, CEU 4.2

Time: 6-9 p.m., Tues and Thurs, Jan 28-March 31 (No class Feb 4, March 3, 5, 10, 12)

Location: Cohen Hall, CH 260

Cost: $999

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PMP, CAPM EXAM PREP

Prerequisite: Project Management Essentials, or substantial prior project management experience with a solid understanding of the principles of Project Management.

This class meets the educational requirement for taking the Project Management Professional (PMP) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification exams offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The course provides a robust foundation for the student’s preparation in becoming eligible to take these two certification exams. This course also satisfies requirements for obtaining Professional Development Units (PDUs). PMC 127

After taking this class, you may apply directly to the PMI for details on obtaining their PMP or CAPM certification.

INSTRUCTOR: Ciro Petti, PMP, MCT, MSO

28412. 7 Sessions: 35 hours, CEU 3.5

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Sat, April 18-June 13 (no class April 25, May 23)

Location: Cohen Hall, CH 260

Cost: $999

MS PROJECT 2016

Microsoft Project is the most popular project planning tool in the world, used in over 100 countries. PMC-130

With this hands-on course, gain the knowledge to be able to:

  • Develop a plan, build a schedule and assign resources
  • Track and manage tasks, resources and budgets
  • Analyze workloads to share resources across multiple projects
  • Apply best practice principles to plan, manage, maintain and direct projects
  • Produce project status charts and reports

Instructor: Ciro Petti, PMP, MCT, MSO

28413. 5 sessions: 15 hours,CEU 1.5

Time: 6-9 p.m., Mon and Wed, April 13-29 (No class April 27)

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 114

Cost: $329

Upon completion of these three courses, you may be awarded a Certificate in Project Management by the college.