This course provides a solid understanding and proficiency of best practices in project management that can be used in all endeavors by all people across all industries. Participants learn concepts, terms, tools, and techniques needed to communicate about, organize, plan, execute, monitor, and successfully complete projects small and large. Participants are encouraged to bring their own project ideas to discuss during the course providing for hands-on learning in a fun, interactive environment. This course serves as a foundation to the PMP® Exam Preparation course and as a real-world view of project management best practices after certification. This course can be configured based on client needs and can be paired with many of our other courses.
This course serves as the foundation on which all other project management development builds and it can be customized based on client needs.
No Prerequisites, but recommend: Project Management Primer (if new to project management); Project Management Foundations.
Building Block for
PMP®/CAPM® Exam Preparation; Agile Project Management; Business Analysis courses; Change Management courses
All materials are created and provided by Solarity and include:
- Access to the Solarity LMS including the recording for the training
- Various resources including recordings and materials
- Project management templates
- “Just Enough Project Management” by Curtis R. Cook
Who should take this course
- Project managers who need to be proficient or have a refresher on project management best practices (based on the Project Management Institute’s standards), principles, terminology, and processes.
- Team members who assist or will assist with project management activities.
- Anyone wanting to take the PMP® certification exam.
- Utilize project management vocabulary and processes that are shared across different industries;
- Apply project management best practices within your work environment;
- Describe the importance and value of project management, best practices, and related benefits for successful projects;
- Select the appropriate project management tools and techniques to deliver results on time, in budget, and with value;
- Obtain the “hands on” application of project management using the appropriate tools, templates, and techniques; and
- Articulate the relationship between project management and organizational change management.