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Fundamentals of Project Management Training Course

Jump start your projects and map out your project’s course and your destiny.

2 onsite days (14 hours) or 4 virtual sessions (3.5 hours each) | 14 contact hours (PDU’s)
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3 onsite days (21 hours) or 6 virtual sessions (3.5 hours each) | 21 contact hours (PDU’s)

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

As the course title indicates, in this course you will learn the fundamentals of project management.  You will be able to use these concepts the very next day on your own projects, giving you the edge over your competition.

This Fundamentals of Project Management course is interactive, including small group exercises, large group discussions, and instructor facilitation.  You will be able to practice what you learn on a project of your choosing from your work.

This course utilizes many of the templates found in IPDI Project Management Template Library. After completing the course you will have free access to the Templates to use on your own projects.

This course has been successfully taught for over 20 years to thousands of individuals in hundreds of companies from a wide range of industries.  IPDI’s extensive knowledge of project management best practices and our ability to apply them to companies, including yours, has ensured that our Fundamentals of Project Management course is in high-demand, and our instructors are at the top of the field.

Upon successful completion, you will receive an Integrated Process Developers, Inc (IPDI) certificate of completion.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After completing this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Develop a Scope Statement for the project to depict what is in scope and what is not.
  • Create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to establish effective resource and duration
    estimates.
  • Develop duration estimates using various techniques.
  • Develop a preliminary schedule using Critical Path Method (CPM).
  • Establish effective adjustments, including risk responses, to the preliminary schedule.
  • Accurately update the schedule based on work performance.
  • Evaluate the schedule and budget variances and how to resolve them.

Two Day vs. Three Day Content Comparison

‘One Day’ is one onsite training day or three virtual sessions.


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Course Topics Two Day Version Three Day Version
Project Management Foundation Concepts
Project Management Process Groups & Knowledge Areas
Scope Statement
Stakeholder Assessment & Key Decision Makers
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Estimating Resources, Duration, and Costs
Communications Planning
Project Team Development
Quality Planning
Human Resource Planning & RASIC
Schedule Sequencing
Risk Management Planning
Procurement Planning
Schedule Development, Trade‐off Analysis and Baseline
Project Execution
Monitoring & Controlling Project Work
Integrated Change Control
Project Close‐out

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The PMP Exam has been pushed back (again) to 2-Jan-2021.  If you are interested in getting people in your organization PMP Certified, you should try to get it done by the end of 2020.  This is the biggest change to the PMP Exam in history – it will require much more knowledge in order to pass.