These workshops are intended for professionals who want to learn the fundamentals of project management. The classroom content will focus firstly on how to develop the project description (scope), as well as the associated budget and schedule. Additionally, other critical management tasks shall be included, such as dealing with changes, addressing risks, determining the quality objectives and how to reach them, as well as how to deal with risks and stakeholder management.
The workshop is a two-day class geared towards flexible projects with quick turnaround demands, such as IT and R&D, where the requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration among cross-functional teams. It is geared towards fast-changing project requirements, which will lead to improved quality control, greater efficiencies reduced waste, and cost savings. Training will assist participants in learning practical knowledge based on the fundamentals of Agile & Scrum Methodologies for use in their day-to-day work. Participants will experience hands-on training in real-life.
This 4-day workshop satisfies the 35 contact hours required by the Project Management Institute (PMI) to apply for the exam. The course is based on the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK) 6th edition. Still, our trainers use real-world experience, as well as customized case studies, to understand the material better. In other words, we incorporate both the theoretical, as well as practical, sides of project management into all our trainings.
This 3-day course satisfies the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) 24 contact hours needed to take the certification exam and includes the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Handbook in preparation for the PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® exam. In this course, we cover the “Agile” approach to project management, which is intended for relatively small projects that require flexibility in their approach, change management, and the ability for the team to adapt to any situations that arise during the…
This 3-day workshop is intended for people who want to learn the fundamentals of project management, while not necessarily seeking to be certified as such. The classroom content will focus firstly on how to develop the project description (scope), as well as the associated budget and schedule. Additionally, other critical management tasks shall be included, such as dealing with changes, addressing risks, determining the quality objectives, and how to reach them.
This course is intended for test-takers in need of reviewing the exam material with an emphasis on the terms, concepts, and calculations needed to pass the exam. In addition, we will cover the basics in detail, such as Project Charter, PM Plan, Earned Value Management (EVM), the ITTOs, and other sections from the PMBOK needed to pass the PMP Exam. Additional emphasis will be placed on understanding the elements needed to improve participants’…