Introduction to Successful Project Management
Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.
This highly interactive three-session seminar provides an overview of project management concepts and principles using lecture, small group case studies, and discussion. Course participants develop many of the project plan elements required to take a sample project from the initiating processes through planning, executing, controlling and closing. The course manual includes step-by-step performance tools such as checklists, worksheets, and guidelines that will help participants plan and manage project events. Sample documents are provided on a CD and registration includes a copy of "The Project Manager's Partner."
This course is designed for those who manage projects and would like their projects to achieve their defined scope, on-time and within budget.
In this course, you will learn to:
- Demonstrate project need and feasibility
- Obtain authorization
- Describe project scope, create work breakdown structure
- Develop a project schedule
- Estimate costs & build a budget
- Create a formal quality plan
- Create a formal communications plan
- Organize and acquire staff
- Identify risks and plan to respond
- Plan for and acquire outside resources
- Organize the project plan
- Execute project activities
- Control project activities
- Close out project activities
Group: Companies can receive a 15% discount on 4 or more registrations paid for at the same time. Contact our office at 334.844.5100 to receive this discount.
Multiple Classes: Individuals will receive a 15% discount if they register for 3 courses or more at the same time. Contact our office at 334.844.5100 to receive this discount.
Organizational: A 10% discount is available for ATC Members, Auburn and Opelika Chamber Members and Auburn University Employees. Enter the organizational coupon code to receive this discount.
NOTE: Discounts cannot be combined and are not cumulative.