Project Management for Beginners

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PST 639 Project Management covers the philosophies, principles, and practices adopted by the Project Management Institute (PMI). As one of the fastest growing professional disciplines in North America, project management helps participants get a firm grip on an unwieldy workload by breaking it down into manageable steps. This course will provide participants with fundamental project management knowledge and skills, including the use of tools and techniques that prepare them to be able to support their organization projects. Course content will cover a broad, yet complete overview of the project management life cycle phases: Initiation, planning, implementation and closing. Participants will learn to develop project management documents, including a project charter, project plan, and scope; and requirement documents and communication, quality, risk management, and procurement plans.

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