Project Management 9/19-12/12/13
This introductory program covers the fundamental methodologies and applications of Project Management and prepares participants for the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Exam. The course material covers the key project management topics recognized by the Project Management institute including: overall knowledge of the project management bodies of knowledge, project life-cycle phases, and several in-depth tools/techniques to master the concepts that are covered in the PMP Exam. The required study aid material to pass the PMP exam is the textbook: A Guide to the Project Management Body, Fifth Edition.
The key topics for the course include the bodies of management knowledge (integration, scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk, and procurement) and the phases of the project life cycle (initiation, planning and execution, controlling, monitoring and closing). The course also provides: case studies describing real world versus concept project management analogies, management organizational structures, successful versus unsuccessful leadership traits, management versus leadership distinctions, project management application templates, over 400 PMP exam prep questions, instructions on how to apply for the PMP exam, and several tips to help you prepare for the exam, online projects and chats will be included as needed.
Instructor : JoAnn Kerwin and Nancy Styple
Dates : 09/19/13 to 12/12/13
Days : Tues
From : 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Fee : $2599.00
Course Number : B002G
Not available for registration at this time please call 973-720-2354 for future dates.