Key Information
Project Management Level I
Project Management Level II
CAPM Certification Bootcamp
$249 6 Hours
$299 6 Hours
$799 35 Hours
Overview
In this introductory course, you will learn the strategies, methods, and terminology most commonly used in project management. You’ll develop a practical understanding of the five stages of project management: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring, and Closing with a focus on the first two (Initiation & Planning).
Building on the foundation of Project Management Level 1, you’ll focus on the last three stages of project management: Execution, Monitoring, and Closing. Learn to manage resources, risks, and get introduced to Agile Project Management Frameworks like Scrum and Kanban.
The four-day CAPM ® Exam course covers everything you need to pass the Certified Associate in Project Management or CAPM ® exam. Learn best practices in quality management, resource management, and scope management, to kick-start your project management career. 
Prerequisite
Open to Beginners
Knowledge/skills equivalent to our Project Management Level I course is required.
Open to Beginners
Location
185 Madison Ave, NYC or Live Online
185 Madison Ave, NYC or Live Online
185 Madison Ave, NYC or Live Online
Schedule
Next start date: December 6, Tuesday, 10–5pm
Other scheduling options Weekdays only
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Next start date: December 7, Wednesday, 10–5pm
Other scheduling options Weekdays only
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Not currently scheduled
Certification
Receive a Certificate of Completion
Free Retake Within 1 Year See our class policies for more details
Workbook Included
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Target Audience
Anyone
Anyone
Anyone
What You’ll Learn
  • Learn about the five phases of project management, focusing on the first two: Initiation and Planning
  • Understand important foundational concepts and project management terms
  • Learn about selecting projects, defining/planning/scheduling activities, managing resources, and much more
  • Become familiar with the various duties and qualities of a project manager
  • Continue learning about the five phases of project management, focusing on the last three: Execution, Monitoring, and Closing
  • Understand project costs and budgeting
  • Learn how to manage resources
  • Manage risk, changes, and uncertainty
  • Get an overview of Agile Project Management frameworks: Scrum, Kansan, and Extreme Programming (XP)
  • Provide consistent services with quality management techniques 
  • Effectively define roles and responsibilities with resource management skills
  • Maximize efficiency and minimize wasted resources with scope management procedures