Strengthen Core Knowledge and Skills To Become a Project Management Leader
Careerbuilder.com found that 44% of U.S employers listed project management as a skill they looked for in new college graduates, behind only communications and technical skills.
Build the following essential professional-level skills embodied in the five Process Groups and ten Knowledge Areas outlined in the PMBOK Guide:
- Understand and describe the genesis of projects, programs, and portfolios
- Plan, execute, monitor, control, and close projects
- Use tools & techniques: triple constraint, selection methods, work breakdown structure, Gantt charts, network diagrams and critical path analysis, costs estimates and earned value management
- Prepare for the PMP certification exam through our PMP Boot Camp with tips and relevant practice exam questions
Who should Attend?
Anyone who is or is planning to be a Project Manager should be trained in these important skills to keep projects on task, on time, and on budget. If you are looking to separate your resume from others with credentialing or to add new and much needed skills in today’s workplace, the USD Project Management Certificate is for you.
The success of most organizations is determined by the success with which they plan and manage projects. If you are assigned to lead projects that fulfill business goals and objectives in your organization, the Project Management Certificate is essential for your professional development.