This introductory course provides students with practical knowledge of the methods and strategies that comprise modern project management theory. Students explore the five-stage model of project management: Initiation (creating a proposal), Planning (setting timelines, creating a budget, and communicating with stakeholders), Execution (identifying and addressing issues with regard to project range, budget, challenges, and risks), Monitoring (maintaining project quality through ongoing tasks), and Closing (completing the project and transferring deliverables).
This class is a great fit for students that want an overview or review of project management theories, methodologies, concepts, and approaches.
Our Project Management courses are taught at our affiliate school, NYIM Training, in Midtown Manhattan.
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This course is offered at our business training school, NYIM Training, in Midtown Manhattan. Register for this course directly on NYIM’s website.
What You’ll Learn
- Learn how to communicate with stakeholders
- Discern scope, time, and cost of a project
- Master project management language and vocabulary
- Become familiar with the various duties and qualities of a project manager
Project Management Level I Class Syllabus
Theories and Methods
- Understand project management methodologies and tools
- Defining the details of a project charter
- Creating a business case
- Identify needs
- Develop a timeline
- Budget costs
- Establish a communication plan
- S.M.A.R.T. and C.L.E.A.R. Goals
- Identify risks and mitigate challenges
- Lead the team
- Maintain schedule
- Track the budget
- Evaluate quality
- Report progress and manage stakeholders
- Monitor ongoing project tasks including risks, schedule, budget, work quality and resources
- Finish project and transfer deliverables; lessons learned