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Project Management Skills for Non-Project Managers

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This course helps understudies in the groundwork for the exam of Project Management Professional (PMP)®.

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This course helps understudies in the groundwork for the exam of Project Management Professional (PMP)®.

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  • Learning Style: Self-Paced
  • Provider: PMI
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Course Duration: 2.5 Hours
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  • Certificate: See Sample

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About this course:

A project is temporary because it has a specified start and finish in time, and thus specified resources and scope. What's more, a project is one of a kind in that it's anything but a standard activity, but a particular arrangement of tasks intended to achieve a solitary objective. Therefore, a group of a project sometimes incorporates individuals who don't, for the most part, cooperate – once in a while from various associations and across different geographies. Project management, at that point, is the utilization of information, aptitudes, devices, and methods to extend exercises to meet the needs of the project. Students who are not proficient project managers will gain proficiency with the essentials of project management. You will figure out how to join set up established processes of project management into the company, taking advantage of your aptitudes and experience and permitting employers to create the leadership and management abilities from inside. This course helps understudies in the groundwork for the exam of Project Management Professional (PMP)®.

The normal pay for a Project Manager is $80,854 annually.

Course Objective:

This course help students to:

  • Develop a charter of a project
  • Describe the fundamental concepts of project management
  • Define the terms of project management.
  • Identify stakeholders of the project
  • Organize work for the project using the structure of work breakdown
  • Describe the process of planning
  • Explain how to manage and monitor the status of the project
  • Understand the concepts of scheduling
  • Make a risk register
  • Define the cost components of a project

Course Audience:

This course is planned for:

  • Project coordinators
  • IT project managers
  • Product managers
  • Senior project managers
  • Managers of IT
  • Team leaders

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites for this program

Suggested prerequisites courses:

Introduction to Project Management

Project Management Professional (PMP)®

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    Very informative for those of us who are required to be project managers, but do not supervise the project team members.

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