Project Management is all about the effective management of change, which any organization will benefit. It provides a systematic approach to managing and controlling different types of projects and different types of change. Project managers are always in demand – no matter what industry, there will be a need for qualified professionals to plan and provision the work.
Project Management Essentials Register!
Participants will be introduced to the core project management topics and practical skill development tools applicable to new and experienced project managers. Participants will learn how to effectively manage all aspects of a project to meet specific financial and operational objectives. Interactive learning sessions will give learners the opportunity to evaluate a project case study, offer insight and apply their new learning in a facilitated team setting with an experienced project manager.
- This course consists of ten (10) self-paced on-line learning modules and three (3) facilitator-led 2 hour weekend discussion sessions with the last session as the portfolio review.
Participants seeking PMP certification will receive fourteen (14) contact hours that can be applied towards meeting the Project Management Institute (PMI) education requirements. Course includes, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge - PMBOK Guide, and Opus e-portal access.
Deadline to register and pay Jan. 21 at 12:00 Noon
Self-paced: Jan. 28 - Feb. 16
Instructor Led: Sat., Feb. 2, 9, & 16, 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Student Union East (SUE) 243
CRN: 91172 | XBI 0442 | Fee: $1,900
LEAN Six Sigma Practitioner Course – Green Belt
60 Hours Blended Learning & 3 Day CAPSTONE Event Register!
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course equips participants with the essential tools and techniques needed to identify, measure, investigate and improve essential organizational processes within their area of responsibility. Detailed, self-paced computer learning modules provide the basis of the education and knowledge needed to put a team together to solve a critical organizational issue. Weekly instructor-led review sessions confirm understanding in the principles and performance improvement procedures. A three-day on-site CAPSTONE event challenges participants to apply their learning through numerous hands-on exercises designed to take a team through the structured problem solving stages to test and confirm their improvements have made a measurable difference. Class cost include all materials and online access for modules.
Deadline to register and pay, Mar. 18 at 12:00 Noon
Self-paced: Mar. 25 – Apr. 25
Instructor Led CAPSTONE: Fri. – Sun., Apr. 26 – 28, 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Student Union East (SUE) 243
CRN: 91138 | Course: XBI 0453 | Fee: $2,700
Pamela Kidwell, Director
Corporate College and Business Innovation Center
850-913-2904 ext 2904