UW Professional Applied & Con Ed

DPS-15187 Project Management Fundamentals

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This course counts for 36 Professional Development Units (PDUs). The facilitator is a registered educational provider by the Project Management Institute (PMI). See PMI's Web site at www.pmi.org for more information on PMI certification. Course materials included in fee. WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE? Anyone who needs to better understand what characteristics define a project and key success techniques. Typically, students will have some project management responsibilities in their current job or will expect to have them in the near future. The course will introduce you to the basics of project management including project initiation, planning, controlling, implementation and closure. The course will examine the role of the project manager with respect to communication for the team, client and stakeholders. You will learn common project management terminology and how to apply project planning and control techniques in the workplace. UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO: o Identify the key phases found in the project life cycle o Define a project's objectives, roles and responsibilities of key individuals and characteristics of a successful project o Demonstrate an understanding of the tools and techniques required for managing a successful planning and implementation process o Identify the role of the project manager in team, client and stakeholder terms

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Certificate

Course Hours

36

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