Top Washington, D.C. Project Management Courses

Find the perfect Project Management class for you in Washington, D.C.. We’ve found 29 courses available in-person or live online with class duration ranging from 5 hours to 5 days and pricing ranging from $200 to $3,950.

  • ONLC Training Centers Project Management Professional Certification Exam Preparation

    This 5-day Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification course has been designed for knowledgeable project managers aiming to take the PMP exam and is also suitable for less experienced individuals looking to take the CAPM exam. This course covers an array of topics, including the MPM application process, the PMBOK structure, the 5 PM process groups, and the 10 PM knowledge areas. The course also focuses on the 49 processes and the inputs, outputs, tools and techniques for all 49 processes. The course concludes with content on test taking techniques through multiple practice exams as well as best practices for self-study after the course.

    Live online with optional computer lab access @ 11350 Random Hills Rd, Fairfax, VA
    • $2,995
    • 5 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Advanced
    • Free Retake
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  • NYIM Training Project Management Bootcamp

    In this 2-day interactive course, participants learn the complete project management experience, including initiation, planning, execution, controlling, and closing. The course also covers the different methods and strategies used in the field of project management. The bootcamp is open to beginners and will appeal to those looking to manage projects more effectively or explore the field of project management. Tuition includes hands-on training, a free retake, and a course manual. The course offers flexible scheduling and is available online or in NYC.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $449
    • 14 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
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  • NYC Career Centers Project Management Bootcamp

    This 2-day Project Management Bootcamp is split into two sections and covers a wide range of project management theories, concepts, and best practices. The first section of this bootcamp is the Introduction to Project Management, where students learn a range of important project management theories and methods and review the five phases (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring, and Closing). This section concludes with a capstone project where students apply their newly acquired project management knowledge. The second section of the bootcamp is Advanced Project Management, where students will take a deeper dive into the topics and concepts covered in the first section and discover more advanced managerial concepts including task analysis, critical path method, planning, developing project timelines, and more.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $449
    • 14 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
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  • NYC Career Centers Project Management Level I: Initiation & Planning

    In this 7-hour beginner course, students will learn the fundamentals of project management. This course is broken down to cover the first two phases of project management: Initiation and Planning. While students learn about the Initiation phase, they will learn how to identify, select, charter, and scope a project. As students progress to the planning phase, they will discover how to break down work and distribute tasks, define and sequence activities, create network diagrams, estimate activity resources, establish start and completion times, and much more.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $229
    • 7 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
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  • NYC Career Centers Project Management Level II: Execution, Controlling, & Closing

    In this 7-hour project management course, students will build on the fundamental project management knowledge they acquired in Level 1. This course is broken down to cover the last three phases of project management: Execution, Controlling, and Closing. While students explore these key phases, they will learn key strategies and methods for building strong project teams, estimating and projecting project budgets, analyzing and controlling for costs, managing limited resources, identifying risk, communicating with key stakeholders, and how to finalize and close a project.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $299
    • 7 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
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  • New Horizons Project Management Essentials

    This 3-day course for project managers teaches the essentials of project management. Students will learn to handle all aspects of a project from beginning to end. They will learn how to launch a project, create estimates, develop a project schedule and budget, allocate resources and manage procurements. They will also learn how to handle communications and manage relationships among stakeholders.

    In-person @ 2010 Coroporate Ridge, McLean, VA
    • $1,785
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
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  • New Horizons Change Management

    In this one-day program, students will learn the fundamentals of change management. The course will cover topics such as readiness and resistance to change, effective communication, WIFM, building consensus, planning, and implementation. Students will also learn about some of the psychology of change, motivation, and leadership.

    In-person @ 2010 Coroporate Ridge, McLean, VA
    • $395
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
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  • NYIM Training Project Management Level I: Initiation & Planning

    In this full-day workshop, participants master the initiation and planning phases of the project management life cycle. By the end of this course, students will understand how to choose appropriate projects and plan extensively for project success. Using a workbook that contains both practical knowledge and a wide variety of hands-on exercises, participants will be equipped with the required skills needed for initiating and planning projects. Tuition includes hands-on training, a free retake, and a course manual. The course offers flexible scheduling and is available online or in NYC.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $229
    • 7 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
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  • General Assembly Agile and Scrum Bootcamp

    This Agile and Scrum bootcamp is a beginner-friendly 5-hour workshop designed for both beginners and individuals with some familiarity with the basics of Scrum and Agile methodologies. In this hands-on workshop, students will engage through games, live practice, and project simulations to understand Agile principles and explore the roles in Scrum. Students will also walk through the planning process, run sprints, and explore best practices around process improvements, such as sprint reviews and retrospectives.

    In-person @ 509 7th Street NW, Washington, DC Also available online
    • $200
    • 5 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
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  • General Assembly Project Management Bootcamp

    This project management course is a 1-day bootcamp designed for individuals who are looking to better understand the best practices around managing projects. Students in this bootcamp learn the four phases of project planning, two project management styles (traditional and agile), and how to establish a project schedule, budget, and resource plan. Students will also learn how to understand risk and prepare for any project snags, the best procedures for meeting management, and effective communication when working with clients and other key stakeholders.

    In-person @ 509 7th Street NW, Washington, DC Also available online
    • $250
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
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  • Human Resources Institute Project Management for Team Members: Level One

    This 2-day course for project managers teaches the essentials of project management. Students will learn to handle all aspects of a project from beginning to end. They will learn how to launch a project, create estimates, develop a project schedule and budget, allocate resources, and manage procurements. They will also learn how to handle communications and manage relationships among stakeholders. This program is intended for federal employees.

    In-person @ 6172 Oxon Hill Rd, Oxon Hill, MD
    • $815
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
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  • Human Resources Institute Project Management: Level Two

    In this 3-day project management course, students will build on the fundamental project management knowledge they acquired in Level 1. Students will learn about project phases, key strategies and methods for building strong project teams, estimating and projecting project budgets, analyzing and controlling for costs, managing limited resources, identifying risk, communicating with key stakeholders, and how to finalize and close a project. This program is intended for federal employees.

    In-person @ 6172 Oxon Hill Rd, Oxon Hill, MD
    • $1,095
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
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  • Human Resources Institute Agile Project Management: The Fundamentals

    Advance your career with this 2-day PMI Agile project management course. Students will learn how to utilize Agile teams to make improvements, effectively plan team-based projects, leverage all five planning levels, and use critical test-taking skills. This program is intended for federal employees.

    In-person @ 6172 Oxon Hill Rd, Oxon Hill, MD
    • $895
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
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  • General Assembly Product Management Course

    This product management course is a dynamic program meant to help individuals with little to no prior experience gain confidence and credibility in managing projects. Through their blended learning model, students will gain access to pre-learning and setup videos to hit the ground running. Students in this course will leverage end-to-end product management (PM) techniques, including creating a product roadmap, developing a minimum viable product (MVP), and understanding the most important metrics to measure to track success. This course will also give students a better understanding about the roles and responsibilities of a product manager, how to do competitive analyses, progress tracking through objectives and key results (OKRs), and interacting with other key stakeholders, like UX designers and developers. This course is punctuated with a final project where students showcase their knowledge of the Product Management process from beginning to end.

    In-person @ 509 7th Street NW, Washington, DC Also available online
    • $3,950
    • 40 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
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  • Certstaffix Training Project Management Essentials

    This course teaches the fundamentals of project management for beginners. Designed for professionals who need to use project management principles on the job, this 3-day program will teach students how to manage a project from planning to completion. Students will learn about project scheduling, budgeting, risk management, scope and sequence, procurements and change management strategies.

    Live online with optional computer lab access @ 4000 Legato Rd, Fairfax, VA
    • $1,335
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
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