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2-Day Project Management Course for the Non-PMP
May 15 @ 8:30 AM - May 16 @ 4:00 PM
As projects grow in complexity and scrutiny of delivery method increases, conventional approaches are being supplanted with a need for more formalized tools, techniques, and processes. The time in which project team self-execution with cursory status updates is no longer satisfying the sponsors of our initiatives. To those who lack the lexicon of formalized project delivery or who may find themselves anointed to provide more structured project delivery, a crash course is helpful. This two-day training will provide attendees with the basic skills needed to navigate project management best practices. The major process groups of initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, as well as closeout will be covered in practical and hands-on exercises in order to become aware of and desirous of the values and benefits that can be derived therein. At the conclusion of this course the attendee will have cursory understanding of the major deliverables of formal project management that will allow for further development and refinement as needed by their individual circumstance.
Lunch and snacks will be provided both days.
Registration check in 8:30
Class Start 9am
Lunch at noon (1 hour)
End of class 4:30
Class start 8:30
Lunch at noon
End of class at 4pm
Early registration IEEE Member – $425
Early standard registration – $460
Early registration good till midnight on April 17th
IEEE Member – $455
Standard registration – $480
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Room: Conference Room
Bldg: Ruby River Hotel
901 West 1st Avenue