"This was the first workshop I've ever attended where
there was an undeniably strong connection to what is happening
in the office. At the same time, the material covered in the
workshop could clearly be applied to situations outside the
office ….. the course provided everyone with a Process
that could be applied to any project."
– Senior Vice President
The Project Management Workshop Suite
Building the Foundation
Planning and Execution In-Depth
Playing your Special Role
Foundations of Project Management
Improving Project Outcomes
Project Planning and Scheduling
Project Tracking and Control
Project Risk Management
The Strong Project Team Leader
The Vital Project Sponsor
Facilitating Effective Project Meetings
Foundations of Project Management PMI ® #2640-101 14 PDUs
Practical Process and Tools
Duration: 2 Days
Audience: The first of two foundational workshops, this course is targeted toward individuals
who will work on projects and would benefit from a common understanding of project process and the project
management life-cycle. This course also builds a strong foundation for individuals
who will have a leadership role in projects, i.e., team leader, phase leader, or project manager.
Description: Course participants will learn the practical tools and techniques of project management
and effective team collaboration.
This course is structured to utilize class discussion, lecture, and case studies to cover the project
management process including: planning/scope definition, resource loading and project team selection,
managing the schedule, budget and other resources, project control, status and management reports, analyzing
and managing risks and post project assessment.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion, the participant will have:
- A fundamental understanding of project management throughout the project life cycle.
- Practical hands-on experience with key project planning and management techniques that they can
immediately apply to any size or type of project.
- Been introduced to the fundamentals of project management as outlined in the Guide to the
Project Management Body of Knowledge published by the Project Management Institute.