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Project Management


 

Project Management: Competencies & Structure

Get the practical and insightful knowledge you need to plan, execute, and close a project successfully. Your abilities as a project manager depend on understanding the competencies and structure of project management. Through discussion, facilitation, and practical exercises you will understand how to integrate and apply the PMBOK® Guide into effective processes for establishing priorities and proactively managing your projects.

Contact 533.8482 or ce@ccs.spokane.edu for registration information.
 
Professional Development Units (21 PDUs) awarded upon completion.
Our instructor is a PMI® Registered Education Provider.


Dates: March 7-9, 2018
Time: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Spokane Community College, Max Snyder (Building 50) Rooms 143 & 144
Cost: $795 (Seating Limited to 24 participants)
View the program flyer.

 


About the Instructor: Bradley A. Malone, PMP
PMP Bradley Malone is president of Twin Star Consulting Company, a project management and corporate transformation consulting company. Mr. Malone managed numerous large hardware, software development and integration projects, in addition to directing many project management process implementation and improvement efforts for major corporations. He develops and instructs training courses in basic and advanced project management skills, team building, and facilitation skills. He leads project management audit teams for commercial and government clients and consults with a wide variety of customers on project and quality management implementation issues. Mr. Malone holds the Project Management Professional (PMP)® designation from Project Management Institute and is a certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming™.

New! Advanced Project Management

Enhance your project management skills through this highly interactive program that includes role playing, case studies, and focused exercises. Materials and approach are congruent with the PMBOK® Guide and PMI® best practice standards. Prior completion of Project Management: Competencies & Structure is strongly suggested.

Topics covered include

 

  • Developing High Performance Teams
  • Managing an Organizational Change Project and Stakeholder Analysis
  • Capturing and Fulfilling Requirements
  • Project Estimation and Scheduling in a Matrix Environment
  • Proactive Risk Management.
Contact 533.8482 or ce@ccs.spokane.edu for future class dates and registration information.
 
Professional Development Units (42 PDUs) awarded upon completion.
Our instructor is a PMI® Registered Education Provider.