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Project Management Online Certificate Course

The Project Management Online Certificate course provides you the skills and knowledge to become professional project managers. The course includes different project management techniques and how to apply these to projects of any size.

Our Project Management Online courses will give you an overview of the entire project management process, as well as key project management tools that they can use every day.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Define projects, project management, and project managers
  • Identify the five process groups and nine knowledge areas as defined by the PMI
  • Describe the triple constraint
  • Perform a project needs assessment and write goals, requirements and deliverables
  • Create key project documents, including the statement of work, project planning worksheet, and project charter
  • Build a project schedule by estimating time, cost and resources
  • Understand and use the work breakdown structure
  • Create project planning documents, such as a schedule, risk management plan, and communication plan
  • Use planning tools, including the Gantt chart, network diagram, and RACI chart
  • Establish and use baselines
  • Monitor and maintain the project
  • Perform basic management tasks, including leading status meetings and ensuring all documents are complete at the end of the project

Project Management Online - Requirements

The Project Management Online Certificate course is designed for people who would like to acquire the skills and knowledge to become effective project managers. The course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and only takes 6 to 8 hours of study to complete. 

To complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 6 to 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted lifetime access to the Project Management Online course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Project Management Online Course – Outline

Module One - Getting Study

Module Two - Key Concepts (Part 1)

What is a Project?

In this part of the Project Management Online Certificate course, we discuss what a project is — from planning, setting a start and finish date, and the steps are undertaken to achieve specific goals and objectives.

Characteristics of a Successful Project

  • Clear goals
  • Defined ownership/responsibility
  • Timeline
  • Dedicated team
  • Defined methodology
  • Controlled execution
  • Completion evaluated based on the original plan
  • Linked to business objectives
  • Supported by an organization’s management team

What is Project Management?

Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to deliver a project on time, within budget, and meets all goals and objectives.

What is a Project Manager?

A project manager is a person who takes the lead role in a project, responsible for implementing all processes, and is accountable for accomplishing the project.

Key skills include:

  • Leadership
  • Negotiation
  • Influence and persuasion
  • Project management
  • Communication
  • Time management
  • Stress and anger management

Module Three - Key Concepts (Part 2)

This part of the module gives you a look into the Project Management Institute, a globally recognized leader that publishes and promotes project management standards, and its core ideas.

About the Project Management Institute (PMI)

The Project Management Institute is a global association for the project management profession. Since being founded in 1969, they have been at the forefront of working with businesses to create project management standards and techniques that work.

Their core ideas include:

  • The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
  • Five process groups
  • Nine knowledge areas
  • The triple constraint

About the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)

The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), also considered as the PMI bible, contains a detailed overview of the processes and knowledge areas promoted by the PMI as best practice within the project management discipline.

The Five Process Groups

These processes consist of the core structure of any project. Although they appear as a continuous process, these elements can overall and interact during the project.

The Nine Knowledge Areas

  • Integration
  • Procurement
  • Scope
  • Risk
  • Time
  • Communications
  • Cost
  • Human Resources
  • Quality

The Triple Constraint

This illustrates the balance of the project’s scope, schedule, quality, and cost.

Module Four - Initiation (Part 1)

We discuss the first phase of project management, which is initiation. This phase is where the project initially takes form. During this phase, stakeholders and team members identify the different processes and what needs to be achieved.

Identifying Your Stakeholders

This refers to people who have a vested interest in the development and/or outcome of the project

Who might be affected?

Ask stakeholders for feedback. This could give valuable insight into possible opportunities or potential issues you might have missed.

Assessing Needs and Wants

Encourage stakeholders and project managers to identify the goals of the project. This should also include identifying all items necessary for the project’s success.

Setting a SMART Project Goal

  • Specific – goals must be specific. Stakeholders must be very clear about what they want.
  • Measurable – create an objective measuring system for keeping track of the project’s progress
  • Agreed upon – both stakeholders and team members must be on the same page when it comes to goals and objectives
  • Relevant – goals must be appropriate to the overall objectives of the business
  • Time – one critical component in any project is that this should have a specific start and end date

Creating Requirements and Deliverables

After agreeing on what the project plans to accomplish, the next step is to set requirements. These are the elements that determine if the project is successful. To be effective, these must be specific.

Module Five - Initiation (Part 2)

This part of the Project Management Online Certificate course discusses the four key project documents: the statement of work, the project requirements document, the project planning worksheet, and the project charter.

Creating a Statement of Work

This defines a project's scope and delivery date. The Statement of Work can vary between organizations. However, these should include basic elements, including:

  • Project Team – identifies all members of the team and each person’s role, stakeholders, and sponsors
  • Project Details – the name of the project, estimates start and end date, and clients involved
  • Purpose of the project – keep this simple and concrete
  • Scope – this refers to what the project encompasses and limits
  • Goals- deliverables and requirements
  • Basic finances – all applicable rate and payment schedule
  • Assumptions – list all assumptions made during the planning
  • Agreements – contracts and professional service agreements

 Completing the Project Planning Worksheet

Unlike the Statement of Work, the Project Planning Worksheet is continuously changing as the project progresses. Below is a basic template of what a Project Planning Worksheet looks like:

  • Project Planning Worksheet
  • Part I: Basic Information
  • Project Name:    Project Team Members:
  • Estimated Project Start Date:
  • Estimated Project End Date:
  • Budget Amount (if known):
  • Part II: Project Goals
  • List your SMART goals here.
  • Part III: Milestones
  • Milestone
  • Target Completion Date
  • Approved by:

Completing the Project Charter

This is the final, formal project document. It gives the project manager the authority to get the project formally started. This should include the following information:

  • Project name
  • Project due date
  • Team list, including responsibility matrix
  • Stakeholders
  • In scope and out of scope items
  • Goals
  • Requirements
  • Deliverables
  • Estimated cost vs. budget
  • Benefits of project (including cost-benefit analysis if appropriate)
  • Milestone descriptions and dates
  • Possible risks and opportunities
  • Communication plans
  • Plans for documenting lessons learned
  • A page for sign off by the important parties

Module Six - Planning (Part 1)

The next module in the Project Management Online course is the planning phase of the project.

Managing Expectations

Stakeholders and team members can have different expectations. As a project manager, part of your role is managing these different expectations. If left unmanaged, this can result in conflict and can harm the project.

Creating a Task List

This is where the project manager outlines all the tasks that need to be performed by each member.

Estimating Time

Get the best estimate by basing your schedule on the most reliable information. This can be done by first listing your tasks and assigning estimated time for each.

Estimating Resources

Make a detailed list of estimated resources required for project completion by including all people and materials needed for each task.

Estimating costs

Be sure to include salary information on everyone involved in the project. Include line-item cost information for each material resource.

Module Seven - Planning (Part 2)

In this module, we bring together all the information and processes gathered from the planning phase (Part 1) and create an actual plan for implementing the project.

Building the Work Breakdown Structure

  • Identify the purpose of the project.
  • Establish the major segments of the work
  • Break down into segments
  • Continue breaking down the work
  • Review the WBS with the stakeholders and project team

Creating the Schedule

This is another critical document that will be extensively used throughout the project. Information should include the different tasks arranged in chronological order. The next information should now include the time allotted for each task.

Creating a Risk Management Plan

The Risk Management Plan is a guide on how to effectively handle and manage project risks. This should be included in any project management plan. A Risk Management Plan must be created with inputs from all people involved with the project. This should be properly discussed during a meeting. The four common approaches to developing a risk management plan include:

  • Mitigation
  • Avoidance
  • Transferring
  • Accepting

Creating a communication plan

Effective communication can spell the difference between a successful and failed project. Ensuring the smooth flow of communication between team members and all parties involved in the project is critical.

Module Eight - Planning Tools

The previous modules will you the tools to successfully implement a project management plan. But for more complex projects, additional tools are required. In this module, we discuss the different popular project management tools, including graphical methods and Microsoft Project.

The Gantt Chart

Gantt Chart is a project management tool that is used to represent the phases and activities of a project work breakdown structure. It utilizes bar charts that illustrate a project structure.

RACI Chart

A RACI chart makes it possible to identify the roles of each member in a project. It includes information on resources and tasks.

  • R – Responsible for execution
  • A – Approver
  • C – Consult
  • I – Keep informed

Going the Extra Mile: Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project is a popular project management tool that includes a wide selection of applications designed to make project management simple.

Module Nine - Executing the Project

This part of the Project Management Online Certificate course discusses how to implement all the concepts of project management finally.

Establishing Baselines

Before executing the project, there is one final task to complete. Establishing baselines indicates the formal end of the planning phase and ushers the start of project execution. The baseline contains the original scope, cost, and time. 

Monitoring Progress

Project managers are responsible for monitoring all the components of a project. This is to ensure that the project goes as planned. Some of the methods that project managers use to track progress are through:

  • Regular status meetings
  • Regular status reports
  • Hands-on observation
  • Recording data manually or electronically and generating reports

Triple constraint reduction methods

Module Ten - Maintaining and Controlling the Project

The fourth phase of project management is maintaining and controlling. In this part of the course, we will discuss some key tools for keeping projects on track.

  • Making the most of status updates
  • Managing change
  • Monitoring risks

Module Eleven - Closing Out

  • Preparing for closeout
  • Celebrating successes
  • Learning from project challenges
  • Scope verification
  • A final to-do list

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Recognition & Accreditation

The courses offered by Courses For Success are unique as they are taught in a step by step process enabling students to complete them quickly and easily, so that you can obtain your qualification sooner. All students who complete the course receive a certificate of completion. Courses For Success is committed to high completion rates and therefore 100% student satisfaction.

Other Administration Skills Courses

Looking to work in the Administration field? Why not check out Courses For Success huge range of administration skills courses!

Module One - Getting Study

Module Two - Key Concepts (Part 1)

  • What is a project?
  • What is project management?
  • What is a project manager?

Module Three - Key Concepts (Part 2)

  • About the Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • About the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
  • The five process groups
  • The nine knowledge areas
  • The triple contraint

Module Four - Initiation (Part 1)

  • Identifying your Stakeholders
  • Assessing Needs and Wants
  • Setting a SMART project goal
  • Creating requirements and deliverables

Module Five - Initiation (Part 2)

  • Creating a statement of work
  • Completing the project planning worksheet
  • Completing the project charter

Module Six - Planning (Part 1)

  • Managing expectations
  • Creating a task list
  • Estimating time
  • Estimating resources
  • Estimating costs

Module Seven - Planning (Part 2)

  • Building the work breadkdown structure
  • Creating the schedule
  • Creating a risk management plan
  • Creating a communication plan

Module Eight - Planning Tools

  • The Gantt Chart
  • The Network Diagram
  • Using a RACI Chart
  • Going the extra mile: Microsoft Project

Module Nine - Executing the Project

  • Establishing baselines
  • Monitoring project progress
  • Triple constraint reduction methods

Module Ten - Maintaining and Controlling the Project

  • Making the most of status updates
  • Managing change
  • Monitoring risks

Module Eleven - Closing Out

  • Preparing for closeout
  • Celebrating successes
  • Learning from project challenges
  • Scope verification
  • A final to-do list

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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3 December 2019 04:25:48 PM

Good content

13 November 2019 01:23:53 AM

nice course
would be great if there could be a project as example with these steps being followed

26 September 2019 12:13:24 PM

BRILLIANT COURSE

26 September 2019 12:13:18 PM

BRILLIANT COURSE

13 September 2019 12:19:45 PM

Very informative, great to get a quick preview of what the basics are for Project Managment

11 September 2019 02:30:24 AM

Enjoyed...thanks

29 August 2019 05:34:52 PM

Very great course. So helpful with tips for the future

21 August 2019 12:32:16 PM

This course was easy to follow and simple in lay out,

3 August 2019 04:59:08 PM

Really enjoyed this course

23 July 2019 11:00:20 PM

hard but time well spended!!!!

23 July 2019 01:36:08 AM

I really appreciate this course. It reminds me a lot and I learn a lot. Course are positively constructed, dynamic. I had a pleasure to learn on ligne.

21 July 2019 09:25:48 PM

Very good course though I have a bit of trouble accessing the course on the beginning they very helpful and quickly sorted it for me completely happy with their help

11 July 2019 05:32:29 AM

Well structured and clearly written

1 June 2019 11:40:13 AM

Thanks for the useful short course that would be helpful for me to upskill an acquire knowledge.

1 June 2019 06:50:26 AM

good short summary of PM

21 May 2019 06:34:26 AM

I really enjoyed the course. I found it very interesting and the course material was very easy to understand.

15 May 2019 04:02:47 PM

The ease of getting through each module and being able to understand each module.

15 May 2019 03:52:59 PM

This course was enjoyable and the ease to follow through each module made it easy to understand and read each one.

8 May 2019 03:52:36 AM

The course was a great learning tool. Gained knowledge on project management

6 May 2019 11:39:07 PM

its truly enlightening for me. Thank you

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About this Course

Project Management Online Certificate Course

The Project Management Online Certificate course provides you the skills and knowledge to become professional project managers. The course includes different project management techniques and how to apply these to projects of any size.

Our Project Management Online courses will give you an overview of the entire project management process, as well as key project management tools that they can use every day.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Define projects, project management, and project managers
  • Identify the five process groups and nine knowledge areas as defined by the PMI
  • Describe the triple constraint
  • Perform a project needs assessment and write goals, requirements and deliverables
  • Create key project documents, including the statement of work, project planning worksheet, and project charter
  • Build a project schedule by estimating time, cost and resources
  • Understand and use the work breakdown structure
  • Create project planning documents, such as a schedule, risk management plan, and communication plan
  • Use planning tools, including the Gantt chart, network diagram, and RACI chart
  • Establish and use baselines
  • Monitor and maintain the project
  • Perform basic management tasks, including leading status meetings and ensuring all documents are complete at the end of the project

Project Management Online - Requirements

The Project Management Online Certificate course is designed for people who would like to acquire the skills and knowledge to become effective project managers. The course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and only takes 6 to 8 hours of study to complete. 

To complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 6 to 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted lifetime access to the Project Management Online course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Project Management Online Course – Outline

Module One - Getting Study

Module Two - Key Concepts (Part 1)

What is a Project?

In this part of the Project Management Online Certificate course, we discuss what a project is — from planning, setting a start and finish date, and the steps are undertaken to achieve specific goals and objectives.

Characteristics of a Successful Project

  • Clear goals
  • Defined ownership/responsibility
  • Timeline
  • Dedicated team
  • Defined methodology
  • Controlled execution
  • Completion evaluated based on the original plan
  • Linked to business objectives
  • Supported by an organization’s management team

What is Project Management?

Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to deliver a project on time, within budget, and meets all goals and objectives.

What is a Project Manager?

A project manager is a person who takes the lead role in a project, responsible for implementing all processes, and is accountable for accomplishing the project.

Key skills include:

  • Leadership
  • Negotiation
  • Influence and persuasion
  • Project management
  • Communication
  • Time management
  • Stress and anger management

Module Three - Key Concepts (Part 2)

This part of the module gives you a look into the Project Management Institute, a globally recognized leader that publishes and promotes project management standards, and its core ideas.

About the Project Management Institute (PMI)

The Project Management Institute is a global association for the project management profession. Since being founded in 1969, they have been at the forefront of working with businesses to create project management standards and techniques that work.

Their core ideas include:

  • The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
  • Five process groups
  • Nine knowledge areas
  • The triple constraint

About the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)

The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), also considered as the PMI bible, contains a detailed overview of the processes and knowledge areas promoted by the PMI as best practice within the project management discipline.

The Five Process Groups

These processes consist of the core structure of any project. Although they appear as a continuous process, these elements can overall and interact during the project.

The Nine Knowledge Areas

  • Integration
  • Procurement
  • Scope
  • Risk
  • Time
  • Communications
  • Cost
  • Human Resources
  • Quality

The Triple Constraint

This illustrates the balance of the project’s scope, schedule, quality, and cost.

Module Four - Initiation (Part 1)

We discuss the first phase of project management, which is initiation. This phase is where the project initially takes form. During this phase, stakeholders and team members identify the different processes and what needs to be achieved.

Identifying Your Stakeholders

This refers to people who have a vested interest in the development and/or outcome of the project

Who might be affected?

Ask stakeholders for feedback. This could give valuable insight into possible opportunities or potential issues you might have missed.

Assessing Needs and Wants

Encourage stakeholders and project managers to identify the goals of the project. This should also include identifying all items necessary for the project’s success.

Setting a SMART Project Goal

  • Specific – goals must be specific. Stakeholders must be very clear about what they want.
  • Measurable – create an objective measuring system for keeping track of the project’s progress
  • Agreed upon – both stakeholders and team members must be on the same page when it comes to goals and objectives
  • Relevant – goals must be appropriate to the overall objectives of the business
  • Time – one critical component in any project is that this should have a specific start and end date

Creating Requirements and Deliverables

After agreeing on what the project plans to accomplish, the next step is to set requirements. These are the elements that determine if the project is successful. To be effective, these must be specific.

Module Five - Initiation (Part 2)

This part of the Project Management Online Certificate course discusses the four key project documents: the statement of work, the project requirements document, the project planning worksheet, and the project charter.

Creating a Statement of Work

This defines a project's scope and delivery date. The Statement of Work can vary between organizations. However, these should include basic elements, including:

  • Project Team – identifies all members of the team and each person’s role, stakeholders, and sponsors
  • Project Details – the name of the project, estimates start and end date, and clients involved
  • Purpose of the project – keep this simple and concrete
  • Scope – this refers to what the project encompasses and limits
  • Goals- deliverables and requirements
  • Basic finances – all applicable rate and payment schedule
  • Assumptions – list all assumptions made during the planning
  • Agreements – contracts and professional service agreements

 Completing the Project Planning Worksheet

Unlike the Statement of Work, the Project Planning Worksheet is continuously changing as the project progresses. Below is a basic template of what a Project Planning Worksheet looks like:

  • Project Planning Worksheet
  • Part I: Basic Information
  • Project Name:    Project Team Members:
  • Estimated Project Start Date:
  • Estimated Project End Date:
  • Budget Amount (if known):
  • Part II: Project Goals
  • List your SMART goals here.
  • Part III: Milestones
  • Milestone
  • Target Completion Date
  • Approved by:

Completing the Project Charter

This is the final, formal project document. It gives the project manager the authority to get the project formally started. This should include the following information:

  • Project name
  • Project due date
  • Team list, including responsibility matrix
  • Stakeholders
  • In scope and out of scope items
  • Goals
  • Requirements
  • Deliverables
  • Estimated cost vs. budget
  • Benefits of project (including cost-benefit analysis if appropriate)
  • Milestone descriptions and dates
  • Possible risks and opportunities
  • Communication plans
  • Plans for documenting lessons learned
  • A page for sign off by the important parties

Module Six - Planning (Part 1)

The next module in the Project Management Online course is the planning phase of the project.

Managing Expectations

Stakeholders and team members can have different expectations. As a project manager, part of your role is managing these different expectations. If left unmanaged, this can result in conflict and can harm the project.

Creating a Task List

This is where the project manager outlines all the tasks that need to be performed by each member.

Estimating Time

Get the best estimate by basing your schedule on the most reliable information. This can be done by first listing your tasks and assigning estimated time for each.

Estimating Resources

Make a detailed list of estimated resources required for project completion by including all people and materials needed for each task.

Estimating costs

Be sure to include salary information on everyone involved in the project. Include line-item cost information for each material resource.

Module Seven - Planning (Part 2)

In this module, we bring together all the information and processes gathered from the planning phase (Part 1) and create an actual plan for implementing the project.

Building the Work Breakdown Structure

  • Identify the purpose of the project.
  • Establish the major segments of the work
  • Break down into segments
  • Continue breaking down the work
  • Review the WBS with the stakeholders and project team

Creating the Schedule

This is another critical document that will be extensively used throughout the project. Information should include the different tasks arranged in chronological order. The next information should now include the time allotted for each task.

Creating a Risk Management Plan

The Risk Management Plan is a guide on how to effectively handle and manage project risks. This should be included in any project management plan. A Risk Management Plan must be created with inputs from all people involved with the project. This should be properly discussed during a meeting. The four common approaches to developing a risk management plan include:

  • Mitigation
  • Avoidance
  • Transferring
  • Accepting

Creating a communication plan

Effective communication can spell the difference between a successful and failed project. Ensuring the smooth flow of communication between team members and all parties involved in the project is critical.

Module Eight - Planning Tools

The previous modules will you the tools to successfully implement a project management plan. But for more complex projects, additional tools are required. In this module, we discuss the different popular project management tools, including graphical methods and Microsoft Project.

The Gantt Chart

Gantt Chart is a project management tool that is used to represent the phases and activities of a project work breakdown structure. It utilizes bar charts that illustrate a project structure.

RACI Chart

A RACI chart makes it possible to identify the roles of each member in a project. It includes information on resources and tasks.

  • R – Responsible for execution
  • A – Approver
  • C – Consult
  • I – Keep informed

Going the Extra Mile: Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project is a popular project management tool that includes a wide selection of applications designed to make project management simple.

Module Nine - Executing the Project

This part of the Project Management Online Certificate course discusses how to implement all the concepts of project management finally.

Establishing Baselines

Before executing the project, there is one final task to complete. Establishing baselines indicates the formal end of the planning phase and ushers the start of project execution. The baseline contains the original scope, cost, and time. 

Monitoring Progress

Project managers are responsible for monitoring all the components of a project. This is to ensure that the project goes as planned. Some of the methods that project managers use to track progress are through:

  • Regular status meetings
  • Regular status reports
  • Hands-on observation
  • Recording data manually or electronically and generating reports

Triple constraint reduction methods

Module Ten - Maintaining and Controlling the Project

The fourth phase of project management is maintaining and controlling. In this part of the course, we will discuss some key tools for keeping projects on track.

  • Making the most of status updates
  • Managing change
  • Monitoring risks

Module Eleven - Closing Out

  • Preparing for closeout
  • Celebrating successes
  • Learning from project challenges
  • Scope verification
  • A final to-do list

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Recognition & Accreditation

The courses offered by Courses For Success are unique as they are taught in a step by step process enabling students to complete them quickly and easily, so that you can obtain your qualification sooner. All students who complete the course receive a certificate of completion. Courses For Success is committed to high completion rates and therefore 100% student satisfaction.

Other Administration Skills Courses

Looking to work in the Administration field? Why not check out Courses For Success huge range of administration skills courses!

Module One - Getting Study

Module Two - Key Concepts (Part 1)

  • What is a project?
  • What is project management?
  • What is a project manager?

Module Three - Key Concepts (Part 2)

  • About the Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • About the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
  • The five process groups
  • The nine knowledge areas
  • The triple contraint

Module Four - Initiation (Part 1)

  • Identifying your Stakeholders
  • Assessing Needs and Wants
  • Setting a SMART project goal
  • Creating requirements and deliverables

Module Five - Initiation (Part 2)

  • Creating a statement of work
  • Completing the project planning worksheet
  • Completing the project charter

Module Six - Planning (Part 1)

  • Managing expectations
  • Creating a task list
  • Estimating time
  • Estimating resources
  • Estimating costs

Module Seven - Planning (Part 2)

  • Building the work breadkdown structure
  • Creating the schedule
  • Creating a risk management plan
  • Creating a communication plan

Module Eight - Planning Tools

  • The Gantt Chart
  • The Network Diagram
  • Using a RACI Chart
  • Going the extra mile: Microsoft Project

Module Nine - Executing the Project

  • Establishing baselines
  • Monitoring project progress
  • Triple constraint reduction methods

Module Ten - Maintaining and Controlling the Project

  • Making the most of status updates
  • Managing change
  • Monitoring risks

Module Eleven - Closing Out

  • Preparing for closeout
  • Celebrating successes
  • Learning from project challenges
  • Scope verification
  • A final to-do list

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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3 December 2019 04:25:48 PM

Good content

13 November 2019 01:23:53 AM

nice course
would be great if there could be a project as example with these steps being followed

26 September 2019 12:13:24 PM

BRILLIANT COURSE

26 September 2019 12:13:18 PM

BRILLIANT COURSE

13 September 2019 12:19:45 PM

Very informative, great to get a quick preview of what the basics are for Project Managment

11 September 2019 02:30:24 AM

Enjoyed...thanks

29 August 2019 05:34:52 PM

Very great course. So helpful with tips for the future

21 August 2019 12:32:16 PM

This course was easy to follow and simple in lay out,

3 August 2019 04:59:08 PM

Really enjoyed this course

23 July 2019 11:00:20 PM

hard but time well spended!!!!

23 July 2019 01:36:08 AM

I really appreciate this course. It reminds me a lot and I learn a lot. Course are positively constructed, dynamic. I had a pleasure to learn on ligne.

21 July 2019 09:25:48 PM

Very good course though I have a bit of trouble accessing the course on the beginning they very helpful and quickly sorted it for me completely happy with their help

11 July 2019 05:32:29 AM

Well structured and clearly written

1 June 2019 11:40:13 AM

Thanks for the useful short course that would be helpful for me to upskill an acquire knowledge.

1 June 2019 06:50:26 AM

good short summary of PM

21 May 2019 06:34:26 AM

I really enjoyed the course. I found it very interesting and the course material was very easy to understand.

15 May 2019 04:02:47 PM

The ease of getting through each module and being able to understand each module.

15 May 2019 03:52:59 PM

This course was enjoyable and the ease to follow through each module made it easy to understand and read each one.

8 May 2019 03:52:36 AM

The course was a great learning tool. Gained knowledge on project management

6 May 2019 11:39:07 PM

its truly enlightening for me. Thank you

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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 020PJM
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited lifetime
Time required: Study at your own pace
Course Duration: 6-8 Hours
Assessments: Yes (multiple choice)
Qualification: Certificate

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