|Project Management Certificate|
Old Dominion University, in partnership with Reed Integration, Inc., presents a certificate program in project management. Project Management and the PMP credential are one of the hottest credentials in North America today. This certificate develops skills that apply to any size project, IT projects, product design and development and many other efforts with definitive performance, time and funding targets. All training is results oriented and focuses on practical, on-the-job applications.
Beginning Wednesday, September 18, 2013 • through • Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Students who earn the Professional Certificate in Project Management learn to lead improvement initiatives that result in measurable growth in return on investment, sales, customer satisfaction and retention, time-to-market, and employee satisfaction. Skilled Project Managers are better qualified for the higher salary levels that accompany critical project leadership positions. Organizations like AT&T, CISCO, IBM and Northrop Grumman encourage their employees to obtain these important skills and pursue PMP© certification.
|1. Fundamentals of Project Management
Participants learn how people, processes, tools, and systems are brought together in harmonious interoperation so as to maximize their efficiency and effectiveness. The methods included are:
Participants implement skills learned throughout the program courses, and prepare to pass the PMP© Examination. At the end of this course students will be able to:
Participants learn methods to enable dramatic reductions in project cycle time while maintaining effective control over budget, resources, risk, and delivered value.
Basic computer skills and knowledge of word processing, as much project work is done via email and file exchange.
Earn Your PDH, CEU, PDU
Are you a PE, PMP, CSEP or RA? By taking this course you will earn 24 Professional Development Hours (PDH), 2.4 Continuing Education Units (CEU) and 24 Professional Development Units (PDU). ODU makes the documentation of these courses EASY….by maintaining an official transcript of all courses completed through the PDC.
The course includes all materials, including handouts of presentations, textbooks and quick reference guides.
PJM 101: Standard for Project Management, 4th Edition 2008
PJM 102: Earned Value Project Management, 3nd Edition, Fleming and Koppelman
PJM 103: Project Management Leadership: Building Creative Teams, Rory Burke, Steve Barron
PJM 104: Essentials of Project and Systems Engineering Management, 2nd Edition, Howard Eisner, Wiley 2002
PJM 105: Building a Project-Driven Enterprise: How to Slash Waste and Boost Profits Through Lean Project Management by Ronald Mascitelli Project Management Institute
PJM 301: The PMP Exam: How to Pass it on Your First Try, by Andy Crowe. Also included is a copy of Transcender Software PMCert: Project Management Professional Fourth Edition, found here: transcender.com
“Very informative, well organized class. The class project pulled all the materials together.” Student Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding
"This course was very beneficial. Each element can be applied to my job. In fact, I have used several tools & techniques from the course already." Student, SPAWAR
To withdraw from a course you must send a request in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (757) 683-5509 one business day prior to the start date of the course. Failure to attend a course does not constitute withdrawal. Course registration fees, less a $75 processing fee will be refunded via check per Old Dominion University policy(we are unable to return money to a debit or credit card). There are no refunds once the class has begun.
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