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Introduction to Project Management

Course Number: HR0013

Cost: $25

Description: Being called on to manage a project or program within your organization is an exciting opportunity. The success of managing a project depends upon the effort and skill you apply to planning. Effective planning includes implementing some basic methodologies, such as developing a project plan, identifying project Objectives and goals, determining what resources are needed, and creating a timeline for completion. Participants will apply various project management tools to a mock project. They must bring a current project on which they are working to apply the methodologies taught within the course. Participants will receive templates and resources they can use back at work. The cost of this course is $25.00.


  • Explain the 5 stages of a project.
  • Assess a project according to the 3 critical success factors of on-time, within budget, and high-quality delivery
  • Develop a project plan that properly defines a project's scope and critical path to project completion
  • Develop Statement of Work and a work schedule to sequence tasks
  • Monitor project progress
  • Write a project report that articulates a clear deliverable related to the smart goals
There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact T&OD regarding this course.
Introduction to Project Management
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