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Project Management Bootcamp
May 9–10, Weekdays, 10–5pm


  • Project Management Level I
  • Project Management Level II
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  • $449
  • NYC or Live Online
  • Free retake
  • Setup assistance
  • Expert instructors
  • Small classes

Learn the practical methods and strategies of project management theory. This bootcamp includes both our “Level 1” and “Level 2” Project Management classes at a 15% discount.

Learn The Phases of Project Management

  1. Initiation: creating a proposal
  2. Planning: setting timelines, creating a budget, and communicating with stakeholders
  3. Execution: identifying and addressing issues with regard to project scope, budget, challenges, and risks
  4. Monitoring: maintaining project quality through ongoing tasks
  5. Closing: completing the project and transferring deliverables

After an overview of the process, we’ll look into each of the phases in greater depth. You’ll receive a slide deck that contains both practical knowledge along with a variety of exercises.

Waterfall, Critical Path, & Agile

In addition to Waterfall and Critical Path methods of project management, you’ll also get an introduction to Agile Project Management. How is it different than Waterfall? You’ll get an overview popular Agile Frameworks such as Scrum, Kanban, and Extreme Programming (XP). Being exposed to different project methodologies will help you see there are different approaches depending on your project’s needs, so you can choose the best management style for different types of projects.

This class is for people who:

  • Want an overview of project management theories and methodologies
  • Need to understand project management concepts, approaches, and terminology
  • Would like to start a career in project management
  • Want to understand the five phases of a project
  • Can benefit from strategies to work with a project team
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