Project Management Course provides you with essential knowledge required to deliver successful projects. It covers the complete project lifecycle – from project initiation and definition, through project implementation, and finally to the often neglected project completion phase.Project Management Training is suitable for experienced and non- experienced person and also this course helps you with the PMP Exam .This will lay foundation for you to make a career in Project Management field.
JUSTWIN’s Project Management – Essentials course contents are designed by team of Senior Project Managers and Senior Program Managers to benefit you in getting Project Manager/Project Coordinator job and to make you survive in job easily and efficiently. Project Management Course is suitable for those who wants to learn from foundation level of Project Management that how projects should be managed to achieve a successful outcome, Business Analyst who wants to become Project Manager, team leaders or persons aspiring to be competent project managers.
Upon completing this course, you will have the skills to:
- Develop a Project Management Plan, Define Scope, Project Time Management, Project Quality & Human Resource Management, Project Procurement Management & Stakeholder Management and Determine Project Requirements
- Develop a comprehensive project risk management plan
- Know how to monitor time and cost performance during project execution
- Communicate project progress effectively and enhance your ability to manage a project team
- Identify the key processes and requirements of project management
- Initiate a project, plan for time and cost, plan for project risks, communication, and change control, manage a project, execute the project closeout phase
Course Name: Project Management Course- Essentials
Course Code: PM001
Course Duration: 38hours
|Session 1: The Project Management Framework|
|Session 2: Project Initiation – 13%|
|Session 3: Project Planning Activities – 24%|
|Session 4: Project Execution – 30%|
|Session 5: Monitoring and Controlling the Project – 25%|
|Session 6: Project Closing – 8%|
Who Should Attend
Project Management – Essentials course is suitable for those who wants to learn from foundation level of Project Management that how projects should be managed to achieve a successful outcome, Business Analyst who wants to become Project Manager, QA Analysts, team leaders or persons aspiring to be competent project managers.
Any individual who may need to perform project management training activities in their job role on either a formal or informal basis, or any project team members who want to enhance their knowledge of project management in order to interact more productively with a project manager and perform more effectively on a project team.
Also, anyone who is considering a career path in project management and desiring a complete overview of the field and its generally accepted practices can take up this course.
- Project Management – Essentials is ideal for recent graduates who are dreaming to get into IT industry and this program will open door to get into Project Management.
- If you have earned Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in IT and facing difficulty to get an IT job
- Business Analysts who are dreaming to be a Project Manager
- Embark yourself on a career as a Project Manager
- Recently started working as a Project Manager
- If you have applied for tremendous jobs but never received an interview call
Please look for the next dates in the schedule below:
|Project Management Essentials||October 6th;2018||Brampton|
|Project Management Essentials(next Batch)||November 10th;2018||Brampton|
Very few people start in the field as full-fledged project managers. Most are offered an assistant position on a project management team and are assigned responsibility for one aspect of the work. As you gain experience, you may be assigned more and more tasks to manage, until you’re ready to lead others in completing an entire project. Other newcomers start out with primarily technical jobs, creating, tracking, and updating the schedule using a software program; reviewing documents, and writing reports.
Project coordinator is an entry-level position that offers exposure to the work done by project managers. It’s usually an administrative position involving a great deal of paperwork. You generate and distribute the reports that keep the project management team, owners, company staff, and others informed of a project’s progress. You also schedule meetings and assist the management team in any way possible.
For larger projects, a project scheduler runs the software, inputting the information supplied by the management team and updating files as needed. This is a technical position that involves a great deal of computer work and little actual management.
Assistant Project Manager
Assistant PMs do not necessarily assist the project manager directly. Rather, they’re usually assigned specific tasks to manage. They meet regularly with the PM to report progress and problems.
In this position, you may run a project yourself or lead a management team, delegating task management to assistants. PMs report to the “owner” of a project-whether that’s a real estate developer, government agency, or your company’s senior management. You oversee budget and schedule, and take responsibility for the project’s proper completion.
Senior Project Manager
Many large organizations that tackle multiple projects at once especially (IT, Banking and Telecom companies) employee Senior Project Manager. The senior project manager supervises a company’s various project managers, coordinating the allocation of company resources, approving costs, and deciding which projects should take priority.