Applied Project Management (35 PDUs)


5  Days


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Master an enterprise project in just 5 days. This 5-day project simulation course combines lectures, hands-on activities, and individual and team assignments to let you experience managing a project from original concept to archiving the project documents. This course enables you to walk through a complete project management life cycle, including initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing. Discover and validate a full range of PMBOK-specific project management processes from project charter through project closure. You will produce standard project artifacts including the WBS, risk management plan, integrated change management plan, communications plan, schedule, and budget. Based on approval from the project sponsor through role-play presentations to the instructor, you will then manage the project in a simulated environment through to completion, including the formation and management of the project team, project tracking in MS Project, and regular project status reports to management. At the conclusion of the project, you will provide a closing presentation to the project sponsor that includes a thorough review of the results, lessons learned, and recommendations for improvements.

  • Build a business case for a project
  • Develop the project charter and scope
  • Get sign-off from sponsors and buy-in from stakeholders
  • Build a successful project team
  • Learn estimating techniques
  • Create a project schedule that is realistic and manageable
  • Track your project using MS Project
  • Identify, analyze, quantify, mitigate, and manage risks
  • Create project management plans for quality, communication, resources, and stakeholder management
  • Develop an integrated change management plan
  • Manage project change
  • Close a project
  • Laying the Foundation
  • Defining a Project
  • Creating the Schedule
  • Planning for Quality
  • Managing the Risks
  • Dealing with Vendors
  • Managing the Project
  • Closing the Project
  • Case Studies
  • Exercises

Associate project managers, project managers, IT project managers, project coordinators, project analysts, project leaders, product managers, and program managers.


  • Project charter
  • Work breakdown structure
  • Network diagram and identifying the critical path
  • Resource assignment matrix
  • Communication, quality, risk, cost, procurement, and change control plans
  • Budget
  • Status report for Schedule and Budget