Two-Day Course (15 Hours)
8:00 AM until 5:00 PM Eastern Time
This Course Is Live Virtual
Cost of Course: $655, including tuition and materials.
All courses are guaranteed to run.
Equipment Requirements For Courses:
To participate in the virtual classes, all students must have the following:
• Quiet workspace
• Network connectivity
o Adequate for Zoom participation
o Adequate for interactive online test
o Adequate for view online videos
• Software to include:
o PDF reader/form filler, such as Adobe
o Microsoft Word or equivalent
o Microsoft Excel Workbook or equivalent
There are no prerequisite requirements to participate in this course. An interest in learning more about project management is desired.
Course Objectives and Description of Course:
This course provides a deeper look at project management than the “Introduction to Project Management” course. This course can be taken in conjunction with the “Introduction to Project Management” course or it can be taken independent of it. If you are moving into a project management role, it may be best to take the “Introduction” course in conjunction with the “Fundamentals” course to better understand the basics of project management. The course includes some limited case study activities and basic network diagramming activities along with basic methods used to analyze the project performance.
Topics include an introduction to:
1. Project basics
2. Project scope
3. Project schedule and resources
4. Network diagramming
5. Project budget
6. Project performance using earned value analysis
7. Project risk
8. Project communications
10. Project management career
There are no certifications provided for completing this course. However, the fifteen hours of attendance in this course will contribute to prerequisite requirements of training hours required for the Project Management Professional exam or the Certified Associate in Project Management exam.
A certificate of completion will be provided for completion of this course.
PMP, CAPM, PMBOK Guide, PMI Authorized Training Partner are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Project Management Fundamentals